Conservative Review Editor-in-Chief Mark Levin started his radio show Tuesday discussing the merits of the oft-vilified capitalist system, explaining how it promotes an unbiased individualism that allows people to flourish.
Freedom-minded people need to work to break up the “ideological monopoly” at public schools and college campuses that only teaches anti-capitalist ideals, Levin argued.
“Capitalism is revolutionary. Communism and socialism isn’t revolutionary. It’s just another form of autocracy of centralized government control over the individual,” Levin said.
He added that capitalism is race-neutral, religion-neutral, and that Big Government is the opposite.
Rebutting the Antifa radicals who claim the “anti-fascist” mantle, Levin explained that capitalism is the real form of anti-fascism.
“Capitalism is anti-fascism, anti-communism, anti-anarchy, anti-authoritarianism. It’s truly the only humane and compassionate economic system that exists,” Levin said, pointing to the situation in North Korea and Venezuela as examples of life on the other end of the political spectrum.
Author: Jordan Schachtel
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