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Jon Taplin on the Libertarian Internet

Here’s an excellent talk by Jon Taplin of the Annenberg School of Communication at USC and father of Post-Consumer‘s Nick Taplin, on the problems of libertarian dumbshits who control the internet and also US politics. Remember kids, libertarians and neonazis are the SAME PEOPLE, Google CEO or not.

As a fairly true anarchist artist who is always about community, dialogue and exposure before “copyright,” I nevertheless appreciate Taplin’s warning that “the technological revolution is coming for all of your jobs.” Does that make me double down on copyright? Fuck no! It makes me double down on 1.) reduction of reliance on capitalism’s rules for survival and 2.) increase of sharing all things so that they don’t end up falling apart when whatever thing comes for whatever of all our things. Enjoy the video!

Globalism Abuses Global South Countries and Facebook Users Equally

One thing’s for sure, people are so used to conforming to what the rich and powerful want in exchange for providing endless distraction that they don’t understand when a group of people stands up for itself. That goes for the Salvadoran people and Facebook drag queens. Click on the link to read the comic!
http://thenosemilk.com/news/world/globalism-abuses-global-south-countries-and-facebook-users-equally/