#NotMyPresident? #DrainTheSwamp? The REAL Revolution Is Already Here

So you say you want a revolution? Well don’t worry, it’s already happening and it has nothing whatsoever to do with the political game that the ruling oligarchs entice you to play once every four years. As the radical decentralization transforms the economy and finance and manufacturing and the media itself, the only question is whether or not you’re taking part in it. Yes, the revolution is happening, and no, it will not be televised.

Solutions: The Peer-to-Peer Economy
Solutions: 3D Printing
Anarchy in Action: Spontaneous Order
Dear Government, Deliver Us From Freedom
P2P Solutions: An Open Source Investigation
Solutions: Freedom Cells
Solutions: Agorism
Solutions: Make Your Own Media


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Nov 19, 2016 4:38 AM

Uber? That isn’t revolution. It’s counter revolution. Here in Toronto, Mayor Tory (a former Rogers exec, ergo) had to decide what to do with this unsettling, to already harried taxi cab drivers, new element in the taxi industry. Reportedly (I don’t know enough about any of this), his son has some sort of financial interest in Uber. Anyway, Prior to the big day when a decision was going to be made whether to rein in Uber, Tory said reasonable things. There was fairness in his approach. Uber represented the jungle approach and the taxi industry without Uber was regulated if not perfect. At the last moment, Tory, who is our mayor because the (neoliberal) business community wanted him for mayor, all but allowed Uber to operate freely. The rules on Uber were minimal. The rules for the taxi industry were loosened, bringing it more into the jungle approach than it… Read more »

James Carless
James Carless
Nov 18, 2016 2:28 PM

Oh dear,my respect for James Corbett has slipped a bit with this poorly thought out arguement of a post capitalist nirvana,as if we are already there, with Uber of all globalised companies,cited as a flag waver of anti corporate choice ! No mention of the below minimum wage earnings of the unregulated,un-unionised,unprotected drivers,exploited by unseen bosses to undermine the traditional black taxi cab drivers,who did the 3yr ‘knowledge’ test,then saved up to buy and maintain their own vehicle,and pay the licensing fee and adhere to professional standards of safety and conduct. Corbett’s arguement echoes those of the neo con cowboys for greater deregulation and unaccountability. I too was attracted to the utopian arguements of William Morris,as he demonstrated what an ideal state in the future might look like in his ‘New Worlds for Old’ book,which was a reaction to the Peterloo Massacre and the dehumanisation of industrialism. A plea to… Read more »

Nov 18, 2016 9:45 AM

Has Corbett come up with a P2P anarcho-agoric solution for AGW?
Didn’t think so – but AGW is a NASA/CIA MK-ultra Gladio-b mindf_ck psyop hoax designed by the NWO to enslave us.
Maybe we can 3D print a new biosphere?
These solutions are the elaborate hoax and a vote for the status quo – just so long as the Paypal donations or BitCoin keep flowing in to sunnier and sunnier Japan.
For me, these solutions aren’t so much solutions – as part of the problem.

Norman Pilon
Norman Pilon
Nov 17, 2016 10:38 PM

Yay! — for uber and all other ‘monopoly’ smashing technologies that incidentally, by the magic of the competition Corbett obviously prizes, of pitting everyone against all, makes earning a living driving a taxi all that much more difficult and precarious. Yay! — for the new artisan economy in which everything will become peer to peer, no matter where the ‘anarchistic revolutionary’ individuals live on earth, because now we can all connect by the internet trunk lines that nobody charges anyone to use (except those individuals organized as “internet providers”) and that doesn’t itself require large industrial endeavors to deploy and maintain. No money, no problem, eh. Because it’s all a matter of choice. No, really! If you can’t afford a ‘3-D’ printer, you can just conceptualize one from scratch and build it in your basement, and if you don’t have all the exotic materials required to manufacture your ‘3-D’ printer… Read more »

Nov 17, 2016 9:45 PM

I admire Corbett, but he’s incredibly naive on this one. The banks are already all over virtual currency and will develop a way to take it over, a relatively simple task. They’re letting you have your fun right now, while they develop the legislative framework and because they can analyse behaviours and people often come up with interesting new strategies they can appropriate. They intent to keep control obviously. And they always do in the long run. Just look at the electric car. Firstly it was killed in it’s first inception in the 90s; this was a delay tactic so that someone like Elon Musk could come along and devise a system to milk you with “electric pumping stations” which will be required for the new generations of models. You will not be able to charge “your” car in “your” home, with “your” electricity. The model is to move everyone… Read more »

Kathleen Lowrey
Kathleen Lowrey
Nov 17, 2016 5:33 PM

Oh yes, “the revolution” of internet dudes.
Suggested corrective reading: Jaron Lanier, Evgeny Morozov.
Suggested counter-consideration: women have been in the “sharing economy” for, well, ever. It sucks. To tip more and more contemporary work into the erratically compensated informal sector is not going to liberate anybody. To imagine that all of the work that gets done to create a human society can be gizmodified into delightful equity and efficiency: ha ha hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha. Ah ha (wipes eyes).
Yes let’s task rabbit childcare, eldercare, all of the work (and it is work) that requires humble loving commitment in order to be done well; that will turn out great! God forbid that there should be any generalized public framework to support support work and make it visible and render it less hidden and thus less liable to exploitation and abuse.
Or wait is there a 3D printing app that’s gonna resolve that?

Nov 17, 2016 3:04 PM

James Corbett is the most disciplined, most thorough, most humane and educated commentator in the entire sphere, with the most integrity and highest degree of intellect and analytical skill.
This is just a casual post-election comment from him – for his many works of real substance, go to –
and especially watch “Trillions: Follow the Money.”
He is so good that he is a threat to the MSM and its Deep State oligarch owners, who have probably sponsored some of the clone/disinformation sites popping up, eg ‘report corbett’ etc, which are clearly ripping off his traffic making him harder to find.

Nov 17, 2016 2:58 PM

You’ve graciously orated what I have had lingering in my head for decades. We the people are who make the choices. Independently we can explore and discover new and more down to earth ways to coexist, sharing with others our dreams and hopes for the kind of world we want to leave to our future generations. The revolutionary mediums for interactions are indeed available. Investigate and share your mindset with those who both inspire and grow through the exchange of a human to human Cyberspace.

CaptS (@accouder)
CaptS (@accouder)
Nov 17, 2016 2:36 PM

What fucking crap … what choices will have the people of syria or iran have when trump attacks them because his zionist jewish advisors want israels neighbours destroyed prior to eretz israel