What is your take on Agrarianism, walaal?
I truly believe in this as a counter to capitalist society. Turning society into a collection of homesteaders and communal, self-sufficient villages that only really need each other for some raw materials and exchanging ideas.
This is frankly what I want for Somalia. Homesteaders, communal villages and any businesses that need to exist must be cooperatives jointly owned and controlled by all the workers and maybe at best managed day to day by elected workers, then urbanism is somewhat curbed as well to a reasonable degree. More like a collection of small, relatively self-sufficient towns than these giant population centers that essentially run on some form slavery, like wage slavery, all over the world.
I want our people to have simple, slow, self-sufficient lives close to what's important in life. Not emulate gaalo 9-5 slavery and materialism because one is a coon and thinks everything the cadaan man does must be great.
I read up on it and it's very interesting -- especially the fact that it has adherents outside Socialism.
I believe that all enterprises should be owned by the workers and the community in which they operate in; State and Federal Governments should be accorded voting rights on the boards of these enterprises in order to facilitate economic uniformity in the Nation.
I could go on but I'll leave it at that.