The village farming cooperatives are a real market alternative to rapacious capitalism and its agribusiness operations, but these folks are forgotten at the WTO. They have neither local representatives nor state representatives. Nor has the Libertarian movement taken up their cause with few exceptions such as those of us on the Libertarian Left; Kevin Carson, Larry Gambone, and the Knappster, voices in the wilderness on this issue.
Think of the power that these small villages would have if rich American Libertarians who have oodles of cash were to champion their cause. But it won't happen because they aren't really Libertarians, just Republican hanger ons, more interested in privatizing public services than supporting real free markets in the real world. Because these markets are run by cooperatives and collectives, which runs counter to their individualist consumerist ideology.
By way of disclaimer, I don't believe Reason deserves such a blanket dismissal ("rich American Libertarians" hyperlinks to its URL). I can't keep track of who's taken Kochtipus money and who hasn't, but like many libertarian publications, Reason is a mixed bag ideologically. At least one of their writers, Jesse Walker, regularly writes on leftish stuff like squatter communities and worker takeovers in Argentina.