“Dictatorial Capitalism”

I spotted this interesting comment at a TPMB post:

Not to argue, Matt, however, How many Chinese troops are trying to stabilize the situation in Sudan, or Myanmar? Any efforts by the Chinese to change any governments in Africa? Not really.

While I’m not particularily a fan of Communism, or “Dictatorial Capitalism” (I guess that’s what one would call it) that’s where the Chinese are. And where natural resources or income is involved, apparently, the Chinese are happy to “Live and Let live” . . As long as it serves China well . .

Just another form of “Globalization” . . [Link]

I like the phrase.

So, how does “Dictatorial Capitalism” fit into Bobbit’s market state model? Hmm.

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