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a system that is environmentally sustainable meaning a system that would yield human survival instead of environmental destruction leading to human extinction would entail responsible management of earths resources. that being said capitalism has 2 important sociological affects to be taken into account when deciding if capitalism can foster the intelligent management of earths resources and thus be environmentally sustainable.  1: the zeitgeist phenomena in sociology states that human behavior will be in accordance with the social systems humans live within. capitalism is a social system based on accruing things for yourself by any means thus we can conclude that capitalism has the sociological affect of making the people that live within it seek profit for themselves by any means. this is demonstrated in the constant activities of domination the modern man who lives in capitalism afflicts on their fellow man for self gain, such as robbery, rape, murder, and corruption, and pollution.  2: the position of capitalist within large firms such as walmart or gm leads to psychological affect of ruthlessly seeking short term profit over anything else. this is why psychopathy is more prevalent in CEOs then in the general public. so given these sociological affects can we expect to have responsible resource management in such a society of sociological behaviors? the answer is simply no. if people are generally driven to only do what gains them the most at whatever cost including intelligent management of earths resources and CEOs who hold most of the political and economic power will only do what satisfies short term profit interests then the second those come into conflict with intelligent management of resources (witch is often the case) then intelligent management of resources will be discarded and not carried out. so given that an environmentally sustainable system would be one that carries out the intelligent management of earths resources and capitalism can not yield such a thing then it must be concluded that capitalism is not environmentally sustainable. i will close my argument with the fact that a new scientific modal shows there are two options for human survival given the current environmental problems we face. 1: revolt against capitalism and overthrow it. 2: let the human race die off from environmental disaster.
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theyoungabstracter Featured By Owner Nov 19, 2014
And I was wondering what would be some great place in America for which kind of protest?
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theyoungabstracter Featured By Owner Nov 19, 2014
Can someone explain to me what Anarcho- Communism is?
And explain to me what normal Communism I am an Anarcho- Individualist mostly. But personally a Christian Anarchist, I wanted to educate myself or be educated on the political principals of this system. I made a form of my own but not very complete yet.
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MyLittleTripod Featured By Owner Nov 23, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist

(From libcom.org)

Anarchist communism is a form of anarchism that advocates the abolition of the State and capitalism in favour of a horizontal network of voluntary associations through which everyone will be free to satisfy his or her needs.

Anarchist communism is also known as anarcho-communism, communist anarchism, or, sometimes, libertarian communism. However, while all anarchist communists are libertarian communists, some libertarian communists, such as council communists, are not anarchists. What distinguishes anarchist communism from other variants of libertarian communism is the formers opposition to all forms of political power, hierarchy and domination.

Anarchist communism stresses egalitarianism and the abolition of social hierarchy and class distinctions that arise from unequal wealth distribution, the abolition of capitalism and money, and the collective production and distribution of wealth by means of voluntary associations. In anarchist communism, the state and property no longer exist. Each individual and group is free to contribute to production and to satisfy their needs based on their own choice. Systems of production and distribution are managed by their participants.

The abolition of wage labour is central to anarchist communism. With distribution of wealth being based on self-determined needs, people will be free to engage in whatever activities they find most fulfilling and will no longer have to engage in work for which they have neither the temperament nor the aptitude. Anarchist communists argue that there is no valid way of measuring the value of any one person's economic contributions because all wealth is a collective product of current and preceding generations. Anarchist communists argue that any economic system based on wage labour and private property will require a coercive state apparatus to enforce property rights and to maintain the unequal economic relationships that will inevitably arise.

Well known anarchist communists include Peter, or Piotr, Kropotkin (Russia), Errico Malatesta (Italy) and Nestor Makhno (Ukraine). Kropotkin is often seen as the most important theorist of anarchist communism, outlining his economic ideas in books The Conquest of Bread and Fields, Factories and Workshops. Kropotkin felt co-operation to be more beneficial than competition, arguing in Mutual Aid: A Factor of Evolution that this was illustrated in nature. Anarchist communist ideas were very influential in the introduction of anarchism to Japan through the efforts of Kôtoku Shûsui in the early 1900s who corresponded with Kropotkin and translated his works. Alexander Berkman and Emma Goldman(who were both deported from USA in 1919) became important proponents of ‘Communist anarchism’ and became especially critical of Bolshevism after they discovered its devastating reality first-hand in Russia, and after the Red Army's crushing of the Kronstadt uprising. They in turn had been influenced by German-born émigrée to the USA, Johann Most, who had earlier helped bring anarchist communist thought to Britain though his contact with Frank Kitz in London around 1880 (see Anarchist Communism in Britain for a full historical account).

Many platformists refer to themselves as anarchist communists, although other anarchist communists are uncomfortable with some areas of the Organisational Platform document, such as the issue of ‘collective responsibility’ as supported by Mahkno but opposed by Malatesta. While historically many anarchist communists have been active anarcho-syndicalists, many are critical towards those syndicalists who seek some form of self-managed wage system rather than its abolition, pointing out that any system which maintains economic relations based on reward of effort and exchange is not communist.

Modern day anarchist communists are represented in several organisations within the International of Anarchist Federations, including the Anarchist Federation (Britain). Platformist anarchist communists include the Workers Solidarity Movement (Ireland) and the North-Eastern Federation of Anarchist Communists (USA). Many nascent Eastern European, Russian and Caucasian anarchist groups identify with anarchist communism and there is a strong anarchist communist current amongst contemporary Latin American and Caribbean anarchist organisations.

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theyoungabstracter Featured By Owner Nov 23, 2014
Thank you for the information sir :)
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TheSpikeAndKey Featured By Owner Jun 17, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
        Communist Rioter Revolting ! please consider thanks
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Kevin2097 Featured By Owner Oct 26, 2014  Hobbyist Filmographer
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EuropeanCowboy Featured By Owner Feb 17, 2014
I am applying for a $1,500 scholarship from the Fraser Institute. I am required to write a 1,000-1,500 essay on the rise of Crony Capitalism and what to do about it. I would like my main point in the essay to be a case for center and radical left politics and why they're still relevant. Part of this, at least for my purposes, is proving that Marx's theories are still relevant. Can anyone, anyone at all, direct me to somewhere in Marx's writings where he either

-predicted the rise of cronyism
-criticized unfettered stock markets
-predicted large economic crashes like the 1920's depression and the 2008 recession.

Thanks!
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ComradeSch Featured By Owner Dec 20, 2013  Hobbyist Writer
I'd like to thank you for letting me join!
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Kevin2097 Featured By Owner Oct 26, 2014  Hobbyist Filmographer
Do you like Sherman Peabody?
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Zucca-Xerfantes Featured By Owner Dec 20, 2013  Hobbyist Writer
Wait... Communist AND Anarchist?

Um...

People...

I hate to be 'that guy'
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