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Täysin automatisoitu avaruushomoluksuskommunismi is a book by Pontus Purokuru. Translated as Fully automated luxury gay space communism.
"There is too much of everything: the Sun generates generous amounts of energy, the forests are full of rotten plants, food is produced to be thrown into trash, banks create money from scratch, and the web is full of cultural products which can be copied without a limit. Thus, politics must be based on abundance, not on artificial scarcity. We must act like the elite: maximize the benefits of society with the least amount of effort. Artificial intelligence and globalization can be steered to reduction of work and to generating enjoyment. Purokuru demands champagne and robots for everyone. "It is necessary to get rid of grayness, dullness and shabbiness associated with the resistance of capitalism. Instead of capitalism, we do not want asceticism or return to the imaginary idyll of the countryside, but the luxury produced by the machines. Unpleasant jobs for the robots, money, leisure and volunteer work for the people!" - From the Authors website
Kirjajulkkarit: Täysin automatisoitu avaruushomoluksuskommunismi / Pontus Purokuru / Kosmos
Debate on book and luxury communism: Pontus Purokuru, Veikka Lahtinen and Mia Haglund. "Fully automated space gay luxury communism is the right of everyone and not anyone's duty, it is not inevitable or impossible, it depends on political struggles, cosmic radiation and dice, it is a requirement, it is a real business, it is authoritative to produce, take and share." - Lymph Mode, 04.10.2018
- Official Website
- kosmos Website
- Notes from the general strike of 100 million euros Article by Purokuru - 2015
- Know Your Meme
- Pontus Purokuru Page on Finnish Wikipedia
- Post-scarcity economy on Wikipedia