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    Benjamin Franklin unintentionally making an argument for anarcho-primitivism.

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    2023/06/15
    20:23 UTC

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    Two Questions about Ancom

    Questions:

    1. Would ancoms allow people to opt out of collectives and become individual entrepreneurs, artisans, and craftsmen?

    2. Would ancoms try to confiscate tools and machines (the “means of production”) from these individual entrepreneurs, artisans, and craftsmen?

    I’m pretty sure the answer is “yes” to (1) and “no” to (2), but I would like some quote from a recognizable ancom luminary to that effect, in order to convince certain sectarian ancaps. Can you find a clear quote answering (1) and (2)?

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    2023/05/08
    18:02 UTC

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    EARN IT ACT REINTRODUCED IN THE SENATE (PLEASE READ, EXTREMELY IMPORTANT)

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    2023/05/04
    18:47 UTC

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    Theme of Spring 2023 - War and Peace

    There is an intense and sustained campaign to continue the Ukraine-Russian war.

    There is no standard to determine which government rules a given piece of land. For individuals many anarchists propose homesteading as a backbone for land ownership. The current international order has no such standard to pair land with a sovereign. The natural consequence is war. If land becomes yours when you conquer it then there is incentive to conquer, to do war. If there is some standard like homesteading then war would be a deviation from that standard which would call for defensive action and would deter conquest. The rulers of the international order have no intention of deterring conquest. They want license to propagandize on behalf of their conquest and against the conquest of their enemies.

    Should global institutions be pressured to adopt at least some standard determine an aggressor in a war? What would an ideal standard be?

    See related subs r/AnarchoPacifism
    r/antiwar

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    2023/03/20
    08:01 UTC

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    Is Capitalism Really Human Nature? 19mins

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    2023/03/01
    09:01 UTC

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    Anarchism Without Adjectives, by Kevin Carson [1.1k words, 2015]

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    2023/02/28
    21:00 UTC

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