Kaito

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

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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Kaito wrote

Reply to by !deleted19441

No, don't go to government regulated school, except If you are a fascist

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Kaito wrote

Reply to by !deleted16100

Useless. It's already insured against vandalism anyway.

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Kaito OP wrote

Why do you feel unfree, when people are trading goods a certain way in your community?

Do you want to be like the government/corporations? Playing the police? If someone is caught trading in this way in this community, then he is banned!

Doesn't go against freedom, btw : but hey, you're free to choose your commune, so no problem, as long as you don't want to attack MY commune.

though if someone needed to learn how to build a house, they would have to work in order to buy a book on it.

Or negociate with their neighbors and ask them how to build a house or telling them that you will pay for it later, borrowing money...etc

Now, there are only a few types of market products, including luxury items and art. But it might seem silly to trade these away.

No, because trading helps fuel innovation

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Kaito wrote

Reply to by !deleted8445

Useless. Abolish the schooling system entirely

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Kaito OP wrote

I just thought we were talking about open revolution.

Why do we need an "open revolution"?

Against whom?

Thugs, probably :)

what I meant is that authority is often the means by which taxes are evaded.

Even, then I don't find any problem with this. If people send a letter to the govt and ask them to stop taxing them, I don't see any problem.

Lobbying is the problem (people trying to pass stupid laws), not tax evasion.

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