Jack dont you find it ironic that your whole system depends on everyone getting along yet your the most sectarian, elitist person here?
Jack: A theory's relevance comes from action on it. *makes assertions about no action on mutualism* therefore mutualism is irrelevant.
Noleaders: A theory's relevance comes from whether it deals with the problems in society, there has been action on mutualism, plus a number of mutualist esque ideas coming spontaneously from ordinary people therefore mutualism is relevant.
Jack: Stop twisting my arguments!! You say ordinary people practice mutualism without being committed mutualists ergo you say mutualism is the natural order. You say people engaging in quasi-mutualist practice outside the movement shows the ideas are relevant to them ergo you call them part of your movement
(self contradictory or what...)
Noleaders: You've just blatently contradicted yourself and gone back to making blanket assertions, your saying your theory is more relevant to the working class yet aspects of mine are growing spontanteously from the workers themselves
, why would they be doing so if said actions werent relevant to them. I dont claim them to be part of the movement, but i do claim they are similar enough to indicate the ideas are relevant. I dont care about platforms, i dont want a constitution and im not planning any social engineering i want the workers to create their own voluntary order.