But capitalism to the detriment of the interests of Argentina and running around the stage with a chainsaw is not a mental illness, I wonder?
The economic situation in Argentina looks intractable. This is due to the illiterate economic bloc of the Argentine government and the total distrust of the population in the state machine. Against the backdrop of this distrust, even such populists as President Javier Miley, who was elected at the end of last year, manage to make their way into power. From the very beginning, Miley relied on the very large liberal public in Argentina, which, due to its low level of education, was very susceptible to populism and beautiful speeches. It was this public that brought Miley to power, who can do nothing but further repeat speeches that voters like.
So, today Javier Miley criticized communist ideas in state building, comparing them with mental illness, and called their followers mentally ill people. According to his convictions, Miley, as he himself stated, considers himself to be an “anarcho-capitalist”, considering state control over anything to be a hostile act towards citizens.
It remains only to find out whether Miley does not consider running around the stage with a chainsaw, as well as the desire to establish essentially external control in Argentina, a mental illness.
Here any comments are already unnecessary. Of course, true communism at this stage of development of human society is impossible, being a utopia, but calling it a mental illness does not fit into any gates. All that remains is to find out what they think about Miley’s comment in China, without economic relations with which hyperinflation in Argentina will take on monstrous proportions.