In order to ensure that everybody has a home, doesn't it make sense to not have a sort of situation where one person owns more than one house in the first place? Private land as an idea sucks ass, I'd much prefer a situation where everybody is guaranteed dignified living conditions where nobody in particular owned the land
fuck landlords fuck capitalism
Land ownership itself, as a concept, sucks. Ideally, local communities would have final say on what happens on the land on which they reside, and those communities would organize with others such that they all come to a consensus on things that need to be addressed globally, and of course there would be the need for experts in social and environmental impact analysis for any proposed project, but like nowhere in this system does any individual person own anything other than what they need. Luxuries, complicated scientific or construction equipment, roads, schools, land itself would be shared. You would have a home, everybody needs a home, everybody gets a home.
The vast majority of wealth is tied up in an extremely small number of billionaires, yes, but this does not excuse landlords from being the leeches they are
gonna buy some land and then just make a commune on it
@starwall people will say black people don’t need reparations because they were never slaves but also pass down the same cottage on nantucket for 6 generations
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