Unthinking Majority wrote:
I propose evacuating everyone from the urban cities and moving them to rural areas. Then the bankers, foreign controlling agents, and parasitic bourgeoisie can be rid of and/or split up and sent to the countryside also so it's impossible for them to organize, and they can be re-educated to be farmers instead like most everyone else. Most people would work in the fields to grow food to be shared equally by all, while a would be needed scattered across the countryside to produce the tools and other supplies needed to farm and live. Since life would be far more simple, virtually everything could be produced within the country borders, with not a lot of need for foreign imports and exports, reducing parasitic exploitation towards and from others at the same time.
We can instill measures of population control so the need of cities isn't needed at all, and food isn't fought over but abundant. Economists and other scholars with PhD's with expertise can figure out the best methods to run the country/countryside this way, and everyone would be better off.
What does everyone thing of this idea?
Just for the sake of illustration, there's this, not that I think it should be the norm....
Sunken greenhouse wraps home & feeds suburban antifragile co-op
Once COVID is over urban dwellers are going to *want* to urban-dwell.
While I understand that some conservatives want to get rid of cities and return us to some golden age when America Was Great Again, it will not happen. Urbanisation is steadily increasing, and denser living reduces our environmental footprint.
Yes, destroying the cities would get rid of a lot of the “bankers, foreign controlling agents, and parasitic bourgeoisie” (which is what we call Jews now, I guess? Or at least, Soros) but most of us immigrants could live just fine in rural areas.
Personally, I think we should ban cars in the city and make public transit free, and then ket people move as they will.
Everyone should be issued their own Spot the robot to ride horseback on, everywhere. (grin)
Igor Antunov wrote:
Yes feudalism sounds sweet. Let's.
Why stop the romanticism *there*?
Why not take things back to *barbarian* days, to reduce our lifespans, eking out an existence from whatever the ground has to offer, and foraging, and hunting, or killing others to take their stuff? Sweet.[/irony]