Government ID requirements (KYC) unfairly exclude people from necessities like finding work, finances, housing and healthcare to small things like buying a sim card, receiving mail, or going to the gym or library. If the state doesn’t agree to print ID for you, there is sadly nothing you can do (no …

Do anarchists have any good works on economies?

I find anarchists (more specifically ancoms) advocate for a very vague gift economy. To my knowledge, there aren’t any good works on how exactly this type of economy would be run. …

Article on the Zapatistas journey across the ocean to visit activists and insurgents in Europe…

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Looking for video explaining anarchism

Sorry if this is not the right community for asking this. …

Common Cybernetics (c/cyb) concerns itself with increasing the capacity to self-organise - to organise the commons - whether in the form of developing new economic relations, social relations, organisational structures or whatever else. …


How would a large scale gift economy be implemented?

Most gift economies require a certain amount of trust and bonds with other people, that just isn’t possible with large amounts of people. How could decommodified exchange be implemented on a larger scale?..


A short outline I wrote suggesting a metaphor with which to think about cybernetics in an anarchist context. I hope its helpful to some of you. I’ll be uploading something more in depth on the subject in the next week or so. …

Green anarchy: to seize or to sabotage

I’ve posted a link that made me think. When we get our hands on the means of production, we must think about how those means are affecting the Earth, and sometimes those processes can be quite destructive. Sabotage is one potential solution to the problem of industrialization. **When we get our hand…

Veganarchism and anti-natalism

Why does there seem to be a connection between vegan anarchism and anti-natalism? The idea of anti-natalism makes me incredibly depressed, and I do not agree with it, but I’m open to commentary and debate…


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