It wasn't do nothing. He proposed a mutualist economy compete with the capitalist one, what Lenin would later appropriate as dual power, to eventually subsume it. In practice, it is questionable if he even was an anarcho; he sat in parliament, was against strikes and revolutions, and advocated for money in the form of labour vouchers.
Like lithium sourcing in Africa the worst kind of child labour imaginable in brutal conditions supported by every western country and at this point 99% of the western public;don’t ask don’t tell situation
why should we care about backward countrys that send nothing but hate??? time to take care of your own and screw everyone eles .... tired of people trying to guilt trip you just because you live in a slightly better place...
I hate mankind there is nothing humain about people. And nothing smart about people who have children they can't look after ... you make your bed you lay in it.... wish i could not be held accountable for my actions and people would give me free stuff and let me into countrys Illegaly and not put me in prison or deport me ... guess im not the right colour or religion or i've not been opressed enough ???
if you want peace prepair for war these people don't even fight for them selves. they need education so they stop having children they can't care for.. not hand outs we've been doing that for too long it's solved nothing ... just keep your hand out you'll get nothing from me.
I think tor will forever hold a certain stigma around it that scares less technically skilled people away. I've been using the browser for about 8 years now and I'm yet to really see any sort of difference in userbase. Brave browser has certainly done bits to get younger people on board with privacy and the onion network, but I imagine those people would have eventually found their way into the onion anyways. It's certainly more plausible that things /could/ change now though, it no longer takes a billion years to open onion links anymore which was a big factor in me using the browser more often.
I think people, in general, are mindless about privacy. We sign over tons of data to Amazon, store cards, streaming sites, etc. and it has become baked into daily life. All but a few of us are guilty of this to some extent.
With cryptographic networks the fundamental activities of a peaceful society have been freed from government control:
Finance check Commerce check Communications check
Yet physical violence remains a government monopoly. It's threat is considered the source of human order.
It's not hard to see how technology can decentralise violence too. Robots and a.i. are great equalizers of this terrible power. An army of 1 program could perhaps be enough to bring us back to the violent instability of our human past.
And that's what makes right now the best opportunity for peaceful and global evolution.
What our ancestors thought was only achievable through guns (or rocks), freedom from an exploitive ruling class, is becoming feasible through technology.
This revolution would look more like a pilgrimage for some, and for others a chance to improve the old game.
Are we as humans (and maybe our early successors/partners) able to do this? Or is it too late to avoid the old kind of revolution?
it's not too late but its inevitable that the tech winds up as a tool for the empire. look at web2 and the corporate ownership that already acts like a greedy machine. the promise of web 3 isnt much better with VC's colonising the system. ai is off to an even worse start, we're supposed to be happy that microsoft is giving google a run for its billions.
Do you view this as a positive or a negative? Personally for me, any sort of governance that is not my own really rankles. It's a hard one though. Many many MANY people have been convinced that there's no way at all humans can govern themselves, all the while forgetting that those that supposedly govern them are also humans (though that is entirely debatable in some circles, my own included, lol) Edit: I'd written "his man's" instead of humans, and being a female that rankled me too. Lmfao. Just kidding. But still, correct text is better than not.