The excess of capitalism leads to the necessity of an anti-crisis movement. The movement will focus on two keys to re-balance: social equality and the international commons: air, water and space.
The international commons is not for sale. It equally belongs to all of us and we belong to it. The continuous capitalist operations and growing amount of pollution, trashing, mining, trading, depletion and destruction are forcing us to declare it a trade-free zone.
Started donating $15 month to GEO, a fantastic online publication that maybe has the best collection of articles about cool projects of all medias out there.
Focused a lot on co-ops, but also other forms of counter-economy based on mutual self-help.
Recommend you check out the site and become a donor too.
@redoak don't forget private cars — just being out in the world as humans in public often leads to human interactions and all the interpersonal communication practice that comes with it.
Private cars and building our infrastructure around them has been fundamentally anti-social. We are cars going by each other and by houses and schools etc. with much more limited and less-incidental human interactions.
lol what an oopsie, i said people had trouble making connections "for whatever reason" when what i really meant was that modern capitalism has atomized, isolated, and exhausted us so efficiently that most of us don't remember what living in community looks like or never had a chance to learn. gosh, silly me!
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