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  1. dronemf is fucking amazing thank you. from there: some fake stuff on there tho https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ucb9qVXJtCQ
  2. bosnia https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w0VZe1NseZ8
  3. Rest in peace King Dodo. Tragic victim of human speciecide.
  4. https://twitter.com/devinnotbooker/status/1276973979014758400
  5. paint isn't ecologically sustainable anyway, I advocate yurts, teepees, mud homes, and other superior indigenous methods
  6. it's called "class struggle" for a reason, not "deciding to make everything good all at once by snapping your fingers" youll find it's easy to fail when the most powerful empires on earth oppose you by applying realpolitik
  7. resorting to personal attacks I see I assume you're referencing the idea that anyone would freely paint a house because it's annoying and not something you'd do for free for fun. in that case, why should the wage system exist to force people to do it for others? I'm sure you now agree
  8. what types of agreements are required if all formerly private property is communally owned? why are people painting each others' house instead of going to the homebuilding materials repository and painting their own house, or getting someone to paint it for free if they wish to? why are random people repairing cars in exchange for painting houses, instead of living without a car due to superior public transport, or taking it to the local mechanics guild who fixes it for free, with the knowledge that their labor has already been paid for by the community's collective maintenance of its common means of production?
  9. who has no choice over what?
  10. contracts have nothing to do with violence, nobody signs contracts to not commit violence, it's both a social norm and legally banned courts are unrelated to contracts apart from that courts enforce contracts, they also do other things "contracts and laws" is very different from "contracts"
  11. the abolition of private property makes the vast majority of all contracts irrelevant and nonsensical. there can be no contracts regarding exchange of goods or services, transfer of private property rights, the selling of wage labor. there can be dignified work for humanity, gifts to a person or community, or favors for a friend, no contracts are required
  12. how many contracts apply to the average low level workers which genuinely benefit them? any contract they sign is a tome written by bourgeois lawyers to be 1000 pages long
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