Once Aryan Skynet Goes Live It Doesn't Matter Who Pulled The Switch
Professor Wolff is a cornucopianist with no concept of finite resources. He believes in magic — that with Communist redistribution, there’s plenty for everybody, including people who sit around and do nothing. Those who do not sow, should be able to reap infinite rewards and have as many children as they please to boot.
At 1 hour, 2 minutes, and 30 seconds, Wolff mocks food gardening with a reference to “growing arugula in the cracks of your driveway.”
I’m sure the good professor doesn’t know that one can actually grow quite a bit of wholesome, healthy, non-disease causing food on the typical suburban property.
I actually know poor people, who actually go hungry at times. I wonder how many people Richard D. Wolff for whom has actually provided food –and not just buying it, but grew it and provided it. I recently had a 16 year old boy dig potatoes from my garden and take home a 10 pound bag of spuds, a head of cabbage, and some tomatoes. His family will eat those potatoes for a week, for 3 hours of work. What a hate crime, eh? There’s going to be a lot more of this sort of thing, and there’s nothing wrong with it.
Wolff’s whole shtick fails because he doesn’t acknowledge energy or resource at all. It’s all just “magic” to him. I’d be more qualified for his professor of economics job, because at least I acknowledge that food comes from farms, not from the magical infinite food machine.