We have followed the travails of Naomi Klein's implausible theories about "The Chicago School's" and neoconservative's penchant for creating or exploiting crisis to advance their ideological agenda. (Ms. Klein thinks The Chicago School and neoconservatives are pretty much indistinguishable, which is kind of like saying that Brahms and Metallica are more or less the same because they are both music.) According to her book, The Shock Doctrine, using or instigating chaos to foist their dastardly system on an unsuspecting and unwanting people is bad.
Of course, what she means is it is bad when she disagrees with the philosophy itself. If it is an ideology with which Ms Klein agrees, then hey, no problem, shock away! From Johan Norberg.