• @GoodEye8
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    62 months ago

    Because there are literally real world examples of this working, they’re called cooperatives.

      • @GoodEye8
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        42 months ago

        I’m going to leave it up for you to decide. Mondragon corporation has been around for over half a century and is one of the largest worker coops in the world.

          • @GoodEye8
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            42 months ago

            I’m just going to pretend you said nothing at all, because that statement was incomprehensibly idiotic.

            • @onlinepersona@programming.dev
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              -32 months ago

              Lol, I don’t know what you think you read, bud. I said worker owned enterprises end up being corporate, you say it ain’t so then provide an example that literally has “corporation” in its name. If you don’t see the irony maybe get your biological L1-L3 caches checked. You might have an attention deficit disorder.

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              • Every strata building has a body corporate, and it’s nothing to do with seeking power - it’s about, you know, collectively running the building. In fact body corporate is a bit of a misnomer, since the word “corporate” comes from the word “corpus”, which means “body”. More precisely in this context it’s a legal body, and may or may not be for-profit (a strata building’s body corporate is definitely not-for-profit).

              • @GoodEye8
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                12 months ago

                Do you also believe Nazis are actually socialists because Nazism is short for national socialism. Or that North Korea is a democratic country because their official name is literally Democratic People’s Republic of Korea. Do you really want to prove you’re that stupid?