>Try ending your sad collectivist lives. That might work.
>If you want my property, you're free to BUY it.
Sure, I could buy it, but depending on the political circumstances, I could just make you move off of it for an extremely nominal fee, which is technically me buying it. In the US, it happens all the time, where politically connected land developers try to muscle people out using eminent domain, like Trump used to do: https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2015/aug/19/donald-trumps-eminent-domain-nearly-cost-widow-house
This is exactly the problem that I am talking about, where people just grasp as much as they can for themselves, and damn everyone else. This is perfectly illustrated by people such as the managers of power plants as this one here: https://www.scientificamerican.com/article/selenium-wastewater-coal-power-plant-gibson-lake/
In other places, the fish kills are even worse, polluting entire rivers downstream of plants, rendering whole waterways poisoned, driving down the value of properties you love so much.
>muh corruption risk
>1) Give all your property to the government.
>2) Ask the government to take care of you so long as you work. (Like you know, make yourself a slave.)
>muh communism is slavery argument
This is not slavery, this is removal of pointless risk and wasteful competition. In the system I propose, anyone could look up real costs of products and determine final retail price based on the costs and a mutually visible, totally transparent profit margin, which s practially mutualist communism with better-enforced rules and fairer markets. If you like capitalism so much, you can't afford profiteers undermining your system, in the prelude to every market crash. Also, corruption would be nonexistent due to being able to review the history of every transaction, not unlike any blockchain-based cryptocurrency today.
>I've brought this up before and usually I get called a fool, but it is foolish to not explore such topics, I mean.. if we want this to work shouldn't we be always "shit checking" everything to make sure it works flawlessly?
This is what I am getting at here. We need a community like this in its embryonic stage that can scale, and blockchain technology, where transfers can be noted and monitored and kept in perpetual record, can allow such transfers to become sustainable, since the info would be uploaded at every transfer. Shit would be easy asfuck to implement now that the APIs are littered all over github.
>By automatising communiusm.
Baby steps, dubs. We will get there.
>In theory, it sounds nice. Everyone helps for the benfit of the group but it breaks down at a larger scale.
>Turn your attention to our country which is no longer a free market capitalist society. Fix real problems not a fantastic world where everyone thinks like you and blindly follows in your stead.
The point is to make sure that everyone has equal and open information to the same trade records on the mass inventory blockchain: the point is to not let misanthropic assholes put out the lights in our economy, and then we can have the fairness that keeps the economy open to participation: anyone would be able to participate because the cost to comply would be negligible. Anyone could post goods to trade, and the system culd automatically calculate the costs to transfer them to an individual who needs them; in order to post the goods, the individual would have to provide the same records for his prior materials to ensure a fair and open cost, tracing each piece of goods' history all the way back to the raw or recycled materials it was made out of. I would definitel want this kind of system instead of the deliberately unclear system we have now. Anyone and everyone would have everything they need to start whatever they needed to trade, and anyone could investigate the chain for irregularities if necessary, with no barriers or paywalls. Blockchain forks would have to be worked out though. We will see.
>go the fuck away