kaj

kaj wrote

Reply to comment by ziq in I HAVE A DREAM by ziq

if your 'friend' is under 16 then I guess you are too because why would an adult hang out with a minor?

Only in mind, sometimes

your final solution? so you're a child nazi?

Read Marx.

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kaj wrote (edited )

Reply to comment by ziq in I HAVE A DREAM by ziq

Ziq, you're a spooky person, and you dared to say to a friend of mine who also uses alts in Raddle to come back when over 16, for what? And now you laughing at our final solution...

I bet you haven't even read Stirner, and you just like the memes. Your ego is so fragile and easily triggered, but you feel smart arguing about a Reddit user who is probably in high school, looking at the absurdity of their replies, maybe even a spooky alt of yours as well (how can we know?)... Dunno, ziq, you don't look like...

YOU KNOW HOW WE CAN BUILD THE ROAD

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kaj wrote (edited )

https://invidious.snopyta.org/watch?v=pW-SOdj4Kkk

I'm not sure i agree with all the points here but it's a really good talk still.

Neither do I.

Is most software getting worse? Maybe, but free software is getting better, and terminal applications are still really good nowadays. GUI applications shouldn't really be used so extensively; most people shouldn't even use a computer... This guy uses Windows and proprietary software (no surprise he complains about bugs). Even if software is getting buggier, that's not the worst thing. 5G and new software are less energy efficient, which means that we need more electricity to send the same amount of data, get more health risks, need more infrastructure, more non-renewable materials employed... The market profits from such stupid decisions (because consumers are stupid enough to buy into those things, and will become more stupid if the IQ keeps falling), and so the little resources that we have are being wasted. The worse thing right now is the dependence on oil, coal and other non-renewable energies, which as a bonus make the planet less inhabitable. Without trade, mass-production and big-scale agriculture, the current civilization (if we agree that there's only one techno-industrial civilization) is fucked, and there is no way to achieve the same results without oil (the EROI is getting lower).

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kaj wrote (edited )

Like all things anarchists do, their work grows from affinity with others. They will also sometimes do broad-based work that aims to change the atmosphere of a space, but our core work is with those we are in affinity with.

That means that if they have shitty politics, we don't invest much on them or prioritize working with others who won't backstab us (I'm sure there are black poor Trump-voters), and try to bring them to our side. Where would you set your boundaries? I tend not to be very flexible on that. I can't stand liberals. I cannot stand some communists who support repression against anarchy carried out by "communist regimes" and are more worried about writing their manifestos and shitty texts only Marxists understand than actually doing something.

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kaj wrote

I don't believe in people whom I don't trust. Maybe I can forgive them if they talk to me directly, solve some of their issues, and respect our terms. These days with COVID have been terrible for a lot of people, and we might be inclined to give them another chance if they are sincere and nice, and keep providing positive energy and support. Otherwise it's still fine. It's somehow funny to see them do weird things, as I'm not emotionally attached. If they don't agree on the terms, I wonder why they keep wasting their time instead of solving their issues and moving on.

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kaj wrote (edited )

my fellow anarchists, how much troops do we need to do a coup of the US gov

LOL

I still find it funny to recommend them that they read how the US did that elsewhere. They are some people removing the uppercase and commas and so on to make the text more anonymous, so it seams that they know what they're doing. Maybe some intelligence agency.

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