Neoliberalism as a Variant of Social Darwinism: Ten Million More Unemployed

“Social cuts are a danger for democracy…Poverty eats away at the heart of society. When fear of social descent or collapse seizes the middle class, the danger grows that exclusion-ideologies like racism, nationalism or social Darwinism may gain acceptance..” (Christoph Butterwegge)

“The economic future is given away on the altar of an ideology that raises location competition to the leitmotif of political-economic policy… Less tax competition is necessary. Competition should be left to businesses. Otherwise there are only losers at the end.” (Gustav Horn).

to read the April 2013 articles “Neoliberalism as a Variety of Social Darwinism,” “No Competition Between States!,” and “Ten Million More Unemployed,” click on

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