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Re: Should we move to local communities/economies?

Postby Arminius » Sat May 31, 2014 12:33 am

James S Saint wrote:
Diethert wrote:What are your thoughts on local communities?

YES!!.. and very small; 100 or less people in each (for a precise reason).

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Diethert wrote:Are they too deal in theory?

It would require a very specific governing type, a mix of Communism, Socialism, and Capitalism - "Anentropic Molecularisation".

James, I recommended you to open a thread: "AFFECTANCE ONTOLOGY". Here.
Now I recommend you to open a thread: "ANENTROPIC MOLECULARISATION".

But please first "Affectance Ontology", then "Anentropic Molecularisation".
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IN US (the new USSR) and EU (EUSSR) "communism" and "socialism" are alraedy installed:

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You "merely" have to add "capitalism". And that will never happen in US (the new USSR) and EU (EUSSR).

So local communities/economies could perhaps be a solution. But the rulers forbid them. So what will happen in the next decades?
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Re: Should we move to local communities/economies?

Postby LaughingMan » Sun Jun 01, 2014 12:46 am

Economic localism or regionalism is certainly a better alternative to globalism.

A lot more decentralized also. I would describe myself as an anarchist capitalist where local communities and economies would be the only way to go.

Of course I don't see a lot of this happening until after the major nation states collapse because they will never tolerate that sort of insolence from us concerning their very centralized state planned economies.
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Re: Should we move to local communities/economies?

Postby LaughingMan » Sun Jun 01, 2014 12:49 am

Kriswest wrote:Local economy sounds very good to the ear. It appeals to family bond, warm and fuzzy.
Yet, knowing humanity it sounds rather feudalistic. Little kings and queens popping up everywhere. There are far too many bodies and needs to rely on honesty. An overgoverment is needed.


Kriswest, a global government supporter in the making? Could it be?
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Re: Should we move to local communities/economies?

Postby LaughingMan » Sun Jun 01, 2014 12:52 am

mr reasonable wrote:Remember that time when state's rights were king? Lots of slaves remember it.

If you let Arizona, Alabama, Mississippi, and big chunks of the rest of the country to control just everything, then pretty soon you'll see a whole bunch of people getting shit on for ridiculous reasons.

I think you have too much faith that there are enough competent people to fill all those leadership roles.


*Whispers in ear* Your neo-liberalism is showing.....

Do you support big daddy government?
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Re: Should we move to local communities/economies?

Postby Kriswest » Sun Jun 01, 2014 1:00 am

Tyler Durden wrote:
Kriswest wrote:Local economy sounds very good to the ear. It appeals to family bond, warm and fuzzy.
Yet, knowing humanity it sounds rather feudalistic. Little kings and queens popping up everywhere. There are far too many bodies and needs to rely on honesty. An overgoverment is needed.


Kriswest, a global government supporter in the making? Could it be?

Oh hon, I have been pro global government since I was a kid. Nope not, socialist nor communist or even capitalist. You figure it out. :)
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Re: Should we move to local communities/economies?

Postby LaughingMan » Sun Jun 01, 2014 1:03 am

Kriswest wrote:
Tyler Durden wrote:
Kriswest wrote:Local economy sounds very good to the ear. It appeals to family bond, warm and fuzzy.
Yet, knowing humanity it sounds rather feudalistic. Little kings and queens popping up everywhere. There are far too many bodies and needs to rely on honesty. An overgoverment is needed.


Kriswest, a global government supporter in the making? Could it be?

Oh hon, I have been pro global government since I was a kid. Nope not, socialist nor communist or even capitalist. You figure it out. :)


A stooge?
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Re: Should we move to local communities/economies?

Postby Mr Reasonable » Sun Jun 01, 2014 7:26 am

Tyler Durden wrote:
mr reasonable wrote:Remember that time when state's rights were king? Lots of slaves remember it.

If you let Arizona, Alabama, Mississippi, and big chunks of the rest of the country to control just everything, then pretty soon you'll see a whole bunch of people getting shit on for ridiculous reasons.

I think you have too much faith that there are enough competent people to fill all those leadership roles.


*Whispers in ear* Your neo-liberalism is showing.....

Do you support big daddy government?


If labeling me is a convenient way for you to dismiss the substance of my post then this is all the response that you get.

Government is an inevitability. Do you want them to be nice, or do you want them to be mean?
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Re: Should we move to local communities/economies?

Postby LaughingMan » Sun Jun 01, 2014 7:49 am

mr reasonable wrote:
Tyler Durden wrote:
mr reasonable wrote:Remember that time when state's rights were king? Lots of slaves remember it.

If you let Arizona, Alabama, Mississippi, and big chunks of the rest of the country to control just everything, then pretty soon you'll see a whole bunch of people getting shit on for ridiculous reasons.

I think you have too much faith that there are enough competent people to fill all those leadership roles.


*Whispers in ear* Your neo-liberalism is showing.....

Do you support big daddy government?


If labeling me is a convenient way for you to dismiss the substance of my post then this is all the response that you get.

Government is an inevitability. Do you want them to be nice, or do you want them to be mean?


Well, you do come off as a neo liberal.

When is government ever nice?

Yes, it is inevitable that a group of assholes want to come together in forming an organization who's sole purpose is to control and oppress everybody else which such an organization is exactly what government consists of.

History however is a pendulum that swings back and fourth between government, chaos, and anarchy.

Government is inevitable just as much as its demise and collapse is also. Governments never last very long as history can allude to.

Governments are not always supplanted by another government either given that enough anarchy and chaos in motion can render a place stateless for a very long time. :D

It's all a matter of preference at the end of the day. It's all a matter of what you prefer.
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Re: Should we move to local communities/economies?

Postby Kriswest » Sun Jun 01, 2014 11:23 am

Tyler Durden wrote:
Kriswest wrote:
Tyler Durden wrote:
Kriswest, a global government supporter in the making? Could it be?

Oh hon, I have been pro global government since I was a kid. Nope not, socialist nor communist or even capitalist. You figure it out. :)


A stooge?

Really? A person that does not agree with you deserves to be insulted? Why? What do you get out of that?
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Re: Should we move to local communities/economies?

Postby Arminius » Thu Jun 05, 2014 12:58 am

Tyler Durden wrote:Economic localism or regionalism is certainly a better alternative to globalism.

A lot more decentralized also.

That local or regional systems have to have their own financial system too, else the globalism exists furthermore. Only saying "ecomomic" is not enough, one has to say "economic including the financial system", else the globalists say "yes" and save their financial system. That local or regional systems must have their own currency. So this currency must be absolutely isolated from other currencies. Politicians must be descended from the same local or regional society as the other members of that local or regional society, and politicians must be aged 50 to under 70 years. The local or regional society must have less than 1000 inhabitants. The rate of population growth must be always between —0.1 and +0.1. Ist that what you would like?
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