- You're talking about "scientific socialism" like it's a real science, what kind of a scientist would support it, Albert Einstein?
Any startup will tell you that it's nearly impossible to beat the law of scale. Huge internally centrally planned economies like Walmart and Amazon are practically unstoppable for a reason.
It's more efficient for multiple communes to make bulk orders together, to have joint production, etc. This is an inevitable trend because providing for the people asap is more important than whatever "freedom" means to some libertarian. Independence? From what, from help? We all depend on each other.
I'm 🅱️egan btw
(#vegan people where you at?)
@Gargron the replies you're getting from nazi apologists will be great additions to my blocklist.
So Gab has decided that their own code that they spent $5M of investor money developing is so unsalvageably bad that they're going to use Mastodon's code instead, with the added bonus of leeching off of our apps (with Gab apps being banned from app stores)
This is an early warning to fellow admins to be vigilant and domain-block them on sight, when/if they appear (unconfirmed whether they intend to federate), and to app devs to consider if blocking Gab's domains from their app is necessary.
Proud Shrek fan, Marxist-Leninist, vegan.
Beat me over the head please if you see me not being intersectional.
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