Digital Wallpaper

Thesis: “Capital is reckless of the health or length of life of the laborer, unless under compulsion from society. To outcries about physical and mental degradation, premature death, the torture of overwork, it answers: “Ought these to trouble us, since they increase our profits?”

Context: Peak energy.

Test: Microsoft’s plans.

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4 Replies to “Digital Wallpaper”

  1. buddy
    too many nit picking anarcho nihilist know it all by knowing nothing
    ass holes in comments at smbiva

    but i hasten to notice the press on the corporate elite to perform its
    magic of the fishes and loaves
    simply to claw forward
    the contradiction are sharp
    i prefer the guiltless tragedy of class fate
    but it requires a clear faith in historical determinism in a very generalized dialectical comprehension of determinism

  2. buddy
    too many nit picking anarcho nihilist know it all by knowing nothing
    ass holes in comments at smbiva

    but i hasten to notice the press on the corporate elite to perform its
    magic of the fishes and loaves
    simply to claw forward
    the contradiction are sharp
    i prefer the guiltless tragedy of class fate
    but it requires a clear faith in historical determinism in a very generalized dialectical comprehension of determinism

  3. resource limits always looks like the obverse side of paul romer to me

    we have limits to material production
    and we are exceeeding them have excedded them or will exceed them
    therefore the material development project has a global nenesis
    regardless of the class forms and struggles of society
    we must soon hault material
    output expansion

    its like the line
    ultimately all hierarchy is oppresive

    at any rate true or not
    —and i consider both
    are posed in a manner that leads to category errors —

    peak oil or new class socialism
    both lack an immediate
    job class set of handles
    that ccan be grabbed onto
    to move the masses

    where as they are both spontaneously grown wings of petty bopurgeois intellectuals
    they flap and fly off away from the tenches of real class struggle

    unions fighting for a green economy project has the right stuff
    not this bleak brown planet
    jeremiah chorus

    they’re like high school drama teachers
    trying their hand at becket

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