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16  General Category / General Discussion / Re: World Peace in 20 Words or Less! on: March 18, 2015, 02:21:16 PM
OH, I left out the caveat,....

Please be sure that the answer you reference doesn't first include the violation of this axiom.

You are correct, restitution is totally within the realm of ok to force people to do.
The subject has first violated the axiom by forcing someone to do something they didn't want to do.
17  General Category / General Discussion / World Peace in 20 Words or Less! on: March 17, 2015, 08:02:39 PM
It's wrong to force a person to do anything that that person doesn't want to do.

18  Questions And Challenges / Challenges To Anarcho-Capitalism / Re: Debunking Debunkosaurus on: March 17, 2015, 08:01:40 PM
I'm with AG, anyone using force to control peaceful people should be dealt with by flash mob.

An attack on one is an attack on all, it is only a matter of time for them to get around to attacking you.

19  Questions And Challenges / Challenges To Anarcho-Capitalism / Re: Resource Base Economics on: March 17, 2015, 07:56:51 PM
Here is my proposal,.....https://dailyanarchist.com/forum/index.php/topic,3269.0.html

What you are missing is that the matrix would have to change to bring about a world without dollars.

The key to maintaining the shelves is in consuming less than what you have produced.

I don't know the optimum measure of productivity in order to relate mine to yours, and in this absence merely use hours.

If all the hours of production needed to fill the shelves today is divided between all the people between 20 and 45 we have a baseline target to how many hours of production I need to contribute in order to insure that I don't live as a parasite on the work of others.

In this matrix, those that exceed the norm like Ford with his assembly line, and Carrier with his cooling machine, will be celebrated as heroes while those of us with lesser abilities will do well just to meet the targeted number of hours of production.
In order to break out of the norm and be recognized one would have to do as Bill Gates has done, except instead of receiving the power to buy the corruption of officials, or anything else, one would receive accolades, and a place in history.
20  Questions And Challenges / Challenges To Anarcho-Capitalism / Re: Stuff Anarcho-Capitalists do that I hate on: March 17, 2015, 07:46:12 PM


Sorry about your poor choice.

I think that what you seek will be better served by my proposal,....https://dailyanarchist.com/forum/index.php/topic,3269.0.html

Try to look for weak points in these societies using empirical evidence, such as  the fact that thousands of innocents were murdered by the Spanish anarchists between 1936-1939.

Not very anarchist of them to use violence to compel compliance,....

Until money is eliminated from the interpersonal relations of the human race we will always be slaves to those that have more of it.

21  Questions And Challenges / Challenges To Anarcho-Capitalism / The end of crapitalism on: March 17, 2015, 07:37:25 PM
Imagine that the accounting department of a(ll) corporation(s) went on vacation for one month but the folks that produce the products continue to fill the shelves.

Will the shelves be full?

Now imagine that the workers that produce the goods and stock the shelves had a free pass to order whatever was available from the work of all the other workers for free to be delivered to their door.

Will the workers work?

If we eliminate money from the equation and control our desires to have 42 pairs of shoes and big screen tvs in our dog houses would not this scheme serve to motivate the workers to continue working in the absence of overlords telling us that overlording is terribly hard work and gets the most dollars?

Now imagine that the vacation was permanent.

We have to have workers, we don't have to have dollars.

Free your mind,....

The revolution is as simple as continuing to work while not paying at the register.

When enough workers learn that fact we can ignore the bosses and owners.

22  General Category / General Discussion / Re: The Tryany of Work on: November 08, 2013, 11:09:01 PM

My sign said, "Free Your Mind Wage Slave  Help End the Fed!"
It wasn't the best day, but I did get chased off by a man hating cop who I got to tell, "I will comply with your wishes simply because you have a gun and I don't."  I rode off and came back after shift change.  I will be going back to see if the power hungry bitch really wants to interfere with the first amendment in earnest, at which time I will probably go to jail for a few days, but if we don't take back our freedoms they are gonna just keep taking more and more away.  Already you have to have a permit to panhandle, but I don't panhandle and I am gonna have to fight for my right to engage in political speech in a public place.  This is the second amerikan revolution and I contribute what I can.  Does that count towards my public work?  Can I get a free pass to the store?

My time is up, I will return,,...
23  General Category / General Discussion / Re: The Tryany of Work on: November 08, 2013, 10:48:42 PM
Ok, thanks for your responses,....

I think your world view has been limited by your vocabulary.  You haven't been offered choices outside the narrow window that you have been given to see out of.  We don't need capitalism to even things out.  We want our super productive to produce in their chosen area of expertise in order to free others from drudgery of needed, but not enjoyed, labors.  Some people just love to clean houses, they should clean houses and not make shoes.  If your only solution is more of what we already have, that is the classic definition of insanity, to do the same thing over and over and expect a different result each time.  We don't have to sacrifice personal possessions to enter a world where instead of being paid in federal reserve notes we just go to the getting place and get what we need.  Be that the internet or the corner store.  We don't have to have our labors devalued by currencies, especially fiat currencies that install ruling elites at the reigns of power.  Better just to go to walmart and get what you need without paying, when the 99% figure out that the cops won't enforce the whims of the elites when they figure out that they get to go to the store for free as well.  Property crime ceases to exist when all things can be had just for contributing your labors from 20 to 45 to the common pool.  Instead of paying rent, the house builders will build you a house.  Instead of buying a car your fellow workers will build you one on the promise that you produce in whatever area of production you chose as your work.  If you want to learn to make shoes you go where they do that and work, if you want to assemble laptops you go to wherever they do that, when you get there there will be somebody that meets people at the airport and helps you find food, clothing, shelter, whatever you need to help with the production.  All without the markup of a currency, be it gold, silver, or fake papers.  If you set up a monopoly on the production of money you can expect to pay top dollar for the privilege of being over charged for the labor of those that produce the money.
You can label your system whatever you like but if you keep the concept of wage slavery you haven't escaped the paradigm, you have just changed masters.

Yes, robot slaves to fulfill my every whim. 
Not in the pursuit of vegetating on the couch, but to free my mind for more enjoyable pursuits.
How should I expect utopia to be?
How would you arrange your utopia?

Currently, when I can get free from wage slavery, I make a sign and sit on the corner to see who thinks I am homeless and who is willing to help support my cause, End the Fed!
Today my sign said,
24  General Category / General Discussion / The Tryany of Work on: October 23, 2013, 08:21:30 PM
I would very much like to hear any, almost any Undecided, ideas on how to escape the tyrany of work.

I can explain the world as Kropotkin envisioned, and the federal reserve precludes, but I cannot see how to not have to work.

Will there ever be a time that we are superfluous to the scheme of things?
25  Questions And Challenges / Challenges To Anarcho-Capitalism / Brave New World on: September 18, 2013, 08:46:28 PM
When the workers work to fill the stores instead of the capitalists pockets we will have entered the new world promised by the Maya on Dec 21, 2012.

That was the end of the world as we know it and the beginning of the new world that I have advocated, ie,...the workers work not for money but for pride.  Instead of getting money they just go to the gettin' place and get whatever it is that they want, perhaps they just order it online if they don't like going out.  We'll cut out the middlemen entirely, well, they can go to the gettin' place, too.  We can even let them keep what they have, except their slaves who stupidly go on collecting wages.  "'Der, bass boat, beer, flashylight box and Obama Phone!"

We are just a smashed glass away from attaining anarchy. 

With a voice loud enough we can shake the world.

If you don't take up my call, you are a poser. 
26  Questions And Challenges / Challenges To Anarcho-Capitalism / Re: Violence of capital on: September 17, 2013, 03:07:47 PM
Parrots repeat back what they have been trained to parrot.  Sounds alot like every economics class I've been aware of, far more than what you are hearing from me.

You can continue with your false belief that money is necessary, that is your perogative, but the facts are that we can get along just fine without it and the majority of people will benefit by the absence of rich fuckers sucking up more wealth by exploiting the ignorance of the population.

No, I am not interested in any economics class.  The FAQ's at infoshop.org was enough for me, the economics section was a chore to get through.

Why you don't accept that working for the benefit of your fellow human beings, instead of the globalists, is better for everybody is beyond me.

Are there better monetary systems than the Fed, of course, is there a better management system than wage slavery, yes there is, am I interested in more fair wage slavery, no I am not.

You wanting to force your neighbors into trading their labors for a middleman's paper is not the answer I am looking for because the middleman will always adjust the value of my labor to his paper to his advantage, it's called free market, but when I have to use a medium that is subject to the controls of people that want to profit without labor I refuse to participate to the extent that I can while still eating.

Your viewpoint is influenced by your sources of information, that I can continue this argument ad nauseum speaks to my sources of information.  I will not deny the truth.  We have to have labor, we don't have to have money.

Have you read Kropotkin and Goldman?
Or are you like most people, judging the books without having read them, an all too common personal flaw?
27  Questions And Challenges / Challenges To Anarcho-Capitalism / Re: Violence of capital on: September 16, 2013, 05:02:30 PM
As long as the workers continue to work in the factories to fill the stores banks become irrelevant.  We don't have to have wealthy bosses, we do have to have labor.

That the folks think the earth is flat and money impossible to live without is just a function of those that Engineer Consent.

Simon we can all work together to fill the world with whatever makes you happy, but those that control others with violence won't let us.
Their control of the information allowed to spread in the popular mind diminishes the general knowledge of things that break the matrix they have constructed.
They are at war with us.
28  General Category / General Discussion / Re: I quit facebook on: September 09, 2013, 11:05:30 AM
I use startpage.com
29  Videos / Anarcho-Capitalist Videos / Re: Offending Activists on: September 07, 2013, 12:01:36 PM
Anarchy IS the answer,....
30  Videos / Anarcho-Capitalist Videos / Re: "What Anarchy Isn't" on: September 07, 2013, 11:40:51 AM
Great Job!
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