The Conversation: Private Home Ownership May Not Be Viable Because Climate

Lousie Crabtree’s anti-capitalist diatribe straight out of the UN’s 1976 commmunist manifesto on “Human habitat settlements”…

“Land…cannot be treated as an ordinary asset, controlled by individuals and subject to the pressures and inefficiencies of the market. Private land ownership is also a principle instrument of accumulation and concentration of wealth, therefore contributes to social injustice.” Report of the UN conference on Human Habitat Settlements 1976.

https://climatism.wordpress.com/2013/11/09/shock-news-un-wants-to-ban-private-property-and-create-human-habitat-settlement-zones/

Climate change aka global warming has never been about the environment. It has and always will be about power, money and control.

Watts Up With That?

 A memorial of the town of Hampstead, New Hampshire. Historic and genealogic sketches A memorial of the town of Hampstead, New Hampshire. Historic and genealogic sketches. By Internet Archive Book Images [No restrictions], via Wikimedia CommonsGuest essay by Eric Worrall

Western Sydney University Researcher Louise Crabtree, writing for The Conversation, thinks in a world torn by climate disasters ownership of private property may have to be sacrificed, to be replaced by a system of housing cooperatives or a roaming right to reside.

Can property survive the great climate transition?

Property is under threat, physically and conceptually, from climate change.

July 13, 2017 6.06am AEST

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Louise Crabtree
Senior Research Fellow, Institute for Culture and Society, Western Sydney University

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