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anarchist_network wrote

But as I said in the comment above you what about regions that don't have iron or stuff like that. They would get stuck and could not produce anything what might be important

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captaindread1 wrote (edited )

What is important? Big TVs? Or perhaps fast electric cars? No doubt that the concept of "important" must be deeply reevaluated.

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anarchist_network wrote

Roads, houses, factories or workplaces. These are important and without certain resources you can't build nor operate them

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ziq wrote

https://i.imgur.com/9XwOuhRr.jpg

This is my idea of social anarchism. Notice there are no paved roads.

Paved roads are incredibly bad for the environment because they heat the planet. They're also so expensive to maintain that governments worldwide are pulling them up and replacing them with gravel.

They're an outmoded concept and should be abandoned.

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Copenhagen_Bram wrote

I like that image! Can I post it on /f/meta, /f/green, and various subreddits?

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captaindread1 wrote (edited )

Factories and workplaces perhaps are expired concepts. With respect to roads and house, for sure that the global intellect will be able to solve quite a lot of those problems.

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ziq wrote (edited )

This is what destroyed the environment. We can make do without iron just fine, like plenty of cultures did for centuries. We don't have to compete with other cultures to be the most technologically advanced, it only leads to disaster. Our local resources are all we need to prosper.