[p2p-research] Building Alliances
rlanham1963 at gmail.com
Fri Nov 6 23:32:43 CET 2009
Very few people who benefit from taxes ever see them as immoral. Those who
pay them...another story. In the end, it is a theory of
compulsion...coercion. As such, it cannot be reconciled with a strong P2P
mentality in my opinion. I think Kevin Carson has accurately recognized
that one cannot be for a strong state and P2P.
On Fri, Nov 6, 2009 at 10:22 AM, Paul D. Fernhout <
pdfernhout at kurtz-fernhout.com> wrote:
> I don't think redistributing tax money as a basic income so people had more
> time to do p2p things would be immoral, because I'm coming to believe it is
> a human right for everyone to have access to the fruits of the industrial
> commons (which in turn depends on the cultural commons and the land commons
> and the biospheric commons).
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