I'm also wondering if this forum might be a part of the "sustainable" movement as presented in the video. When I posted a thread about the importance of developing an economy that was not dependent on the whims of the banksters, the owner of the forum moved the thread to "useless drivel".
hügel - forests have fires, fires make char, char is good for growing your food in ...
I've always found a troubling double standard with private ownership. If you can spend your entire life sustaining yourself on your own piece of land, I see no problem with seeking privacy or some sort of control. However, a lot of people expect to say that they can own land, get everything they need from someone else's land, and I have a problem with that!
I guess if I had a take on the answer to "is private ownership sustainable", I would say: only ideally!
But hey, I don't even own land yet so maybe I'm missing something.
Rufus Laggren wrote:
Since most people don't "have" land and most that do have no intention of parting w/any of it gratis so it appears on the face of it that you're wrong. Who might be giving, what is the source, of this right your mention? And a right is something that must be exercised - it doesn't just fall on you like mana - so how to do that?