I don’t personally have much to say about the article, save for the fact that I find “myth” number 3 particularly egregious. Perhaps the writer is right that 110 million people weren’t killed for resisting communist regimes, but it’s rather telling that the mass murders committed by communist dictators don’t seem to give him pause. Besides, the USSR killed a bunch of Nazis, so they couldn’t be all bad, right?
Another note that will be of interest to those of a techno-commercialist orientation: “try and exit, ‘the market.'” True, you can’t. But is communism not in and of itself an attempt to exit the market? And does it please Gnon to try?