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1.The People's Republic of CedoriaCorrupt Dictatorship“Equality, Prosperity, Solidarity”
2.The Socialist Experiment of VulcanusDemocratic Socialists“Nothing, what's a motto with you?”
3.The Commonwealth of BiotopiaDemocratic Socialists“Compassion and Justice”
4.The United Socialist States of CasperslandCivil Rights Lovefest“Victoria Concordia Crescit.”
5.The Planetgarden of Burninati0nLeft-wing Utopia“Not many, one. Not me, us. Not when, now.”
6.The Socialist Republic of TannkremDemocratic Socialists“Ever onwards to victory!”
7.The Golden Uber-Democracy of TourettesiaCivil Rights Lovefest“Realizing market socialism from working class wisdom.”
8.The United Socialist States of CaracasusScandinavian Liberal Paradise“Completely lacking in class”
9.The People's Republic of AlangradLeft-Leaning College State“Workers of the world, unite!”
10.The People's Republic of Mexican CommunistsInoffensive Centrist Democracy“Striving For The Future”
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Helionyx wrote:Well. I don't view a state as much better than a corporation, so no, not that either.

The old expression comes to mind. "A public sector job has 10 people doing the work of one, a private sector job has one person doing the work of 10."

Different, but neither is good, we have to work towards a sustainable equilibrium between these extremes. That means a system that is inherently difficult to abuse, and doesn't depend on a whole lot of manual controls.

Such manual controls, or centralized planning, are the reason "communism didn't work" in the common vernacular. That's the weak link where corruption, stagnation, and the crippling weight of bureaucracy all kick into high gear.

In that case, which system would you suggest? One where essential services are nationalized, and non-essentials are privatized? Or just a highly regulated privatized economy?

I agree. What do we need to do to make this happen?

I say we just shoot for a moneyless economy/society

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Sauros wrote:In that case, which system would you suggest? One where essential services are nationalized, and non-essentials are privatized? Or just a highly regulated privatized economy?

The former is close to my beliefs. But I want to think less is more. Less regulations, more the strategic lack there of. A lack of systems to enable abuse, and the maintenance of those that prevent it.

And yes, the community (my libertarian preferred word for state) should care for the healthcare, education, and basic necessities of all citizens. That's just a benchmark, and I don't think it's unrealistic. That's what taxes should be for. If people wanna dream bigger? Don't stop them, but make it difficult for them to become abusive.

For instance, instead of regulating copyright....ditch it. Just eliminate it. If you lack the ambition to achieve in straight competition, or you lack the altruism to contribute to society - why should the people fund your monopoly? Evolving beyond currency is another practical way to make power difficult to harness. Direct democracy is another. There are many strategic policies, or the lack thereof, that can contribute to a free economy and a free society.

You can sum it up: make any form of power slippery and difficult to grasp by design.

Helionyx wrote:The former is close to my beliefs. But I want to think less is more. Less regulations, more the strategic lack there of. A lack of systems to enable abuse, and the maintenance of those that prevent it.

And yes, the community (my libertarian preferred word for state) should care for the healthcare, education, and basic necessities of all citizens. That's just a benchmark, and I don't think it's unrealistic. That's what taxes should be for. If people wanna dream bigger? Don't stop them, but make it difficult for them to become abusive.

For instance, instead of regulating copyright....ditch it. Just eliminate it. If you lack the ambition to achieve in straight competition, or you lack the altruism to contribute to society - why should the people fund your monopoly? Evolving beyond currency is another practical way to make power difficult to harness. Direct democracy is another. There are many strategic policies, or the lack thereof, that can contribute to a free economy and a free society.

You can sum it up: make any form of power slippery and difficult to grasp by design.

Thank you for answering.

Sauros wrote:Thank you for answering.

I always enjoy such discussions, and hearing different ideas!

Union of Eurasian states wrote:Also Catalonia was captured by both anarchist AND republics, and the anarchist never overthrew the Catalonian government or states, they just took control of the economy

Except the Republic didn't really control Catalonia. It became autonomous with the Catalan government having power on paper. The trade unions were the ones in reality to control the area (they were the ones in power).

Edit: Grammar

Union of Eurasian states wrote:The CNT wasn’t just a trade union, it played a large role in the revolution because it was literally part of the republican government and held ministries. The UGT also kept itself legal within Spain, it did not take part in the revolution and instead held a collaborative attitude with the dictatorship.

The CNT is still a trade union. Revolutionary Catalonia and my namesake were quite independent from the Republic despite the Republic technically having jurisdiction over those areas. The Republican government took active steps in trying to stop the revolution.

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I vote for, with the majority of the region.

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I vote against, with the majority of the region.

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