By John Dow
The difference is between free markets and honourable markets.
Free Markets allow fraudulence and the externalization of cost for economic actions (see Rothbard).
Honourable markets disallow fraudulence and the externalization of cost for economic actions.
We don’t merely seek competition (and thus permit frankly Jewish-style parasitism), we seek honourable competition.
Why? Because we want to set the rules of the game to reward those who play by our rules (reciprocity), so those like us win the game, and thus reciprocity may be perpetuated, as this is justice to us (natural law) and game theory, evolutionary biology, and non-pseudoscientific economics demonstrate this reality.