Every other post commentates issues I have, so I'll focus on this: >eco-anarchist thinking his vegetarian diet choice is revolutionary or that walkable cities is socialism
I don't understand when people commentated on the short comings of Western socialist circles, (mostly America, but Canada also suffers), they pick on walkable cities.
Obviously walkable cities aren't socialism, but they're needed to combat alienation.
People who grew up in car dependent suburbs have half as many friends, and adults who live there have like 1/10 – and these things functionally put you in house arrest until you can learn to drive. It's insane just how harmful they are on a social level, and that's ignoring everything else.
Vegetarian-ism is abit weird, but it'll be helpful to deal with global warming (since cows massively contribute to green house gasses), and it's a healthy diet. If anything it's abit of utopian thinking.
It's as if the critiques of these takes which are kinda slogan-ized, have become slogan-ized themselves. >>29176
It exists, and it's kinda successful, it's just not what OP is hoping for.Post too long. Click here to view the full text.