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Sounds like a pyrmaid scheme. Razz I'm not just saying that, that's the same logic that pyramid schemes use for incentives (except they offer no fixed income).

A good example would be the Workers' Communes in Spain and Ukraine during the 1930's. The workers' communes that successfully ran an anarcho-communist society in Spain and Ukraine. The only reason they didn't last is because the commune in Spain was forcefully annexed by the Spanish fascist government backed by the Germans and the Italians. The Ukraine commune was absorbed by the powerful Soviet Union. Those workers' communes actually worked more productively in their short time than any capitalist system (even our own current one). That's incredible.


Yes it's a Pyramid scheme. Bill Gates is currently at the top. I have a Linux book, copyright 2001, that talks about the planned obsolescence of computer software. Technology makes the society and the accounting much more complicated. Were those communes FARMS? Consumerism and planned obsolescence changes the entire game.

umbra
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