Imagine a kid named Economy. Economy lives with his family, Mr. Market is his father, Mrs. Central Planner is his mother and Miss psychology is his bigger sister. Mr. Marked used to be a rational and responsible father, Mrs. Central planner a caring mother. Miss psychology? well she loves candy, and the things she wants, she wants now. Right now sheâs hooked on these oily chocolates with gold nuts and airy house bubbles in it. Lately the family peace has disappeared; Miss psychology is mentally unstable and eats enormous amounts of chocolate. Mother and father are having a fight. They argue about how they should raise Economy. Mr. Market thinks his wife is overprotecting and controlling. Mrs. Central Planner thinks her husband is lazy and careless, and she is disappointed with her husbandâs lack of enthusiasm in their sonâs life. Heâs always busy hunting or playing counterstrike she complains. Mrs. Central planner: Look what happened with our daughter psychology, all the freedom you wanted to give her destroyed her. I donât want to do the same mistake with Economy. We need to shelter him and push him in the right direction, he just donât know whatâs best for him. Mr. Market: Itâs not my fault psychology went crazy, itâs yours you overprotected her. She never got a chance to learn from her own mistakes. So how will Economy grow up and develop? Well maybe thatâs up to the Almighty Politics, and coincidence to decide, but I feel that if I knew Mrs. Central planner better I could probably make a good guess. Does anybody know her? Is she just caring, or control obsessed and overprotecting as well? In the long run I am concerned though. If Mr. Market gets fed up and leave the marriage, I fear Economy will become a loser, and his friends will soon start to nickname him Fascist.