>which is and always has been zero
Denial ain't just a river in Edgypt.
>the ancap dystopia is a fucking lie
Yes, of course AynCrap dystopia would result in (completely autocratic, just like everything about private business) McState Inc., that's a common feature of every cyberpunk writer's critique back to Gibson, not to mention how historical IRL specimens like the East India and Hudson's Bay Companies actually worked.
>printing more money for it
You clearly haven't advanced porky's antique Autistrian School propaganda of monetary theory. Currency issuance/inflation is just an indirect form of resource redistribution, identical in consequence to spending/taxation.
>the state has done nothing but expand during the neoliberal era
False. The overall size of US federal spending compared to GDP stagnated or shrank, even moreso taxes. And the same is true everywhere else, pics 1&2 related. Which is why a shift to indirect means of sovereign revenue like bonds which are negative-interest
>that's just more fucking capitalism
You mean market-ism, which isn't the same thing as capitalism, since there are no capitalists. And even that depends on how much of the relationship between those coops is market-based, as opposed to via non-market mechanisms such as syndicalism. And that's without mentioning additional organs of dual power such as unions, parties, and mutual aid, that must be present for the people to directly assume the state's responsibilities.
>once it's flushed the whole goddamn system of wages and prices goes with
Except, as I noted above, totally eliminating the state isn't on the table without socialist dual power ready and waiting to take the reigns. The only choices at present are either our current (somewhat) democratic state, or porky's totally autocratic AynCrap state.
>the vast majority of first-world job losses have been due to technological displacement
"Automation" is a meme, completely impossible under capitalism due to Jevons' Paradox, and had zero part in neolibs' rape of the global labor market:
>porky has always wanted heavily regulations on migration so that he can threaten visa revocation
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