AnarchoDoom

AnarchoDoom wrote (edited )

But what if.. what if you get FULL tabula rasa through a global power outage. Not just Western developed countries but also and especially China? Wouldn't that cause a powerful social change, de facto?

So how is me throwing the laptop out the window will change anything beyond my screen/data addiction? All my friends, family and colleagues are still going to be plugged to the Machine...

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AnarchoDoom wrote

Ok so all I'll add is whatever you build in the forest, please just avoid using plastic tarps, okay? They deteriorate somewhat quickly and all they leave behind are plastic pollution.

There's plenty of ways to make yourself an eco-friendly rain cover.

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AnarchoDoom wrote (edited )

An old camper trailer can be a good resort for anyone with a car, as some of those are also well set-up with good insulation. They got very little footprint, too.

But there's way more room for creativity with a hut or wooden shack, that can be built for zero cost. Yet it's more sedentary... Same issue with buying land.

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AnarchoDoom wrote (edited )

It's pretty cheap and has ok design... but the reviews are so-so about it. I'm pretty fine with a jailbroken Chromebook with a Linux distro on it. Chromebooks supposedly all got no Intel ME by default. This thing's a huge drag to deactivate on regular Intel computers.

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AnarchoDoom wrote (edited )

It's easier to understand when you consider how it is a key aspect of the massively-dominant ideology in this society and how some "anarchists" are refusing to go too wild by rejecting the main imperatives of the dominant moral order (as you know the majority can't be wrong!).

In other words, just being fucking normies.

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AnarchoDoom wrote (edited )

lol... Pretty neat how intensely downvoted this thread has got, in just two days.

OP you're better grow some brain cells and leave this weird C4SS cult.

Anarchy's not democracy.

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