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Kaito OP wrote

There is no landlord, because we own the land.

Police is not allowed to enter in the village

Why would there be a mayor? Each of us own our own parcel of land and we help together.

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shanc wrote

You said there are currently real living breathing 'anarcho communist communes', which you defined as villages with gardens and permaculture. I asked you where and now you've gone back to fantasy land.

Seriously, if you're interested in building anarchism stop daydreaming on the internet and go back to reading the basics. You have a very weak understanding of what it's about - no offence intended. Perhaps when your grasp on the principles is better you'll be able to bring a little anarchy into your own life, and see where it takes you from there.

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Kaito OP wrote

Go in any fuckin' rural village/ecovillage and you will see that what I say exists and everything is entirely privately owned (the "authority"/govt isn't allowed in). Damn...

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shanc wrote

TIL every rural village is an 'anarchocommunist commune'.

Where is this fantasy land where the govt 'isn't allowed in'? You still haven't named a single place.

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Kaito OP wrote

Anywhere. Why would they want to enter in the first place?

2ndly they don't know who is living inside the village, this means that they can't arrest people.

In any ecovillage/privately owned village.

Liberstad for instance.

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shanc wrote

Liberstad

'an'cap confirmed. Fuck off, bootlicker.

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Kaito OP wrote (edited )

Explain? It's an ancom commune where people help each other.

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Kaito OP wrote

aerofalcon?

Why should I try my posts aren't memes...

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shanc wrote

It's a gated hideaway for rich people. It has nothing to do with anarchism.

I honestly think you're trolling at this point.

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Kaito OP wrote

They are the same thing, for God's sake and It is subjective.

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Kaito OP wrote

Yes there's a difference, It depends of the semantics.

On common law/normal language private property means everything that isn't government owned.

By anarchist standards Private property means = means of production

Personal property = everything that isn't a mean of production that isn't government owned

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Kaito OP wrote

Personal property = everything that isn't a mean of production that isn't government owned

Do you agree, bro?

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Kaito OP wrote

Define personal property, then

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