That's why I'm always drawn to it. It doesn't deny or decry a structure of oppression. It just says, "That's the way things are; deal with it." The gnostic says, "I hate the way things are, so I'll rail against it." Of course, not every discontent is a gnostic (far from it), but every gnostic is a discontent, and I don't think any gnostic respects the free market. If you respect the free market and it's obvious (frustrating, incoherent, almost mystical) lack of structure, you're almost certainly not a gnostic.