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Does anyone know how ted kaczynski survived? was he just living off dry goods, hunting?
Where can I pay cash for his writings? It’s fascinating stuff.
There is a book called "Technological Slavery" that has his collected writings.

His manifesto can be read here for free http://editions-hache.com/essais/pdf/kaczynski2.pdf
He did odd jobs for cash and grew his own shit.
Pics of the inside of his cabin show grocery bags
google - Industrial Society and Its Future
Theodore Kaczynski pdf

There are hundreds of copies of it online.
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I opened it in a VM, it checks out.
1. The Industrial Revolution and its consequences have
been a disaster for the human race. They have greatly
increased the life-expectancy of those of us who live in
“advanced” countries, but they have destabilized society,
have made life unfulfilling, have subjected human beings
to indignities, have led to widespread psychological suffering
(in the Third World to physical suffering as well) and
have inflicted severe damage on the natural world. The
continued development of technology will worsen the situation.
It will certainly subject human being to greater indignities
and inflict greater damage on the natural world,
it will probably lead to greater social disruption and psychological
suffering, and it may lead to increased physical
suffering even in “advanced” countries
I mean you can’t exactly go down to your local miller and get 10 lbs of flour or cornmeal, can’t walk down to the neighbor’s farm around Christmas and buy one of his shoats to slaughter, got to get your staples from somewhere unfortunately it’s pretty much got to be a grocery store these days.
They tried to warn us, and they were erased for it.
I meant cuz the feds, but thanks guys
2. The industrial-technological system may survive or it
may break down. If it survives, it MAY eventually achieve
a low level of physical and psychological suffering, but
only after passing through a long and very painful period
of adjustment and only at the cost of permanently reducing
human beings and many other living organisms to
engineered products and mere cogs in the social machine.
Furthermore, if the system survives, the consequences will
be inevitable: There is no way of reforming or modifying
the system so as to prevent it from depriving people of
dignity and autonomy.
3. If the system breaks down the consequences will still
be very painful. But the bigger the system grows the more
disastrous the results of its breakdown will be, so if it is
to break down it had best break down sooner rather than
This was published in full in national newspapers anon.
I did something...
Damn, everything there makes so much sense.
I actually had to read it in college. He one of the better political thinkers of the 1980s-1990s
>I know this from experience. I was drawn to Ted for apparent reasons: both of us wish to destroy the technological system and are open to any method for achieving that goal. I know I was never searching for a martyr, but even as a friend, Ted remained something of a media star. When I began writing Ted in early 2001, it was with a combination of eagerness and curiosity about who this person was and what they were trying to say. Our correspondence grew heavily, ending rather abruptly in 2004.


Just was curious on how he made it work.
You don't need to eat refined flour products though. You could go digging up tubers, a lot of plants store starch in their stalks too.. in extreme periods of desperation the inner-bark of many trees has caloric value.
Roots have caloric value. You could go winnowing for wild rice in some regions. Rabbits are easy to lure and kill and extremely prolific in some areas.
You're literally surrounded by food at any given moment but you don't see it because you're trained not to see it. It's definitely a full days work to harvest food like that though. Kaczynski actually addresses that in his essay on Anarcho-Primitivism; that the notion some an-prims have that there's lots of play time without society is highly flawed.

The point of his thinking isn't about doing less work. It's about your survival needing to be more connected to the work you do.
However flour and cornmeal are very good ways to get the calories and nutrition you need. If you treat the cornmeal you can live on it alone.
>idiot conspiracy theorist
>before the revolution, everyone worked the fields for 120 hours a week and died of polio at 28
>what would I do without twitter
>muh modern medicine
>so what if our natural biological desires aren’t being fulfilled? I can have a pizza delivered to my door in 10 minutes!
>my Amazom package is a day late
>gotta to be in contact with everyone I know 24/7
>goes hunting in skyrim>
>gotta drop the kids off at daycare
>why am I so depressed?
>googles pictures of nature
>I love this new fingerprint scanner on the iPhone X
>31, female, not looking for anything serious
>my half brother, stepsister, stepdad, mom and I all got each other the best Christmas presents
>plays music on speaker while hiking
>Reddit meet my doggo, he’s a border collie, we live together in a 1 bedroom apartment and I lock him in a cage when I leave the house and never walk him. Why is he so angsty all the time?
>life being easier is a good thing you backwards retard, take the tinfoil hat off
>chugs prozac
>these 8 year olds need to work 14 hours a day in the factories
>must... activate... dopamine... receptors
>I don’t really want kids, they’re too much work
>why do I have a headache?
>why is life so empty and meaningless
>has mid life crisis
>don’t play outside Timmy, here’s an iPad instead
>we need to feed the homeless
>get back to work, you’re on the clock
>steps on landmine
>gets lung cancer at age 19 from brick factory chemicals
>I love watching super bowl commercials
>why is this drive thru taking so fucking long?
>plays Minecraft for its relaxing mood and simple yet fulfilling objectives, but quits his world when it gets too easy due to redstone machines and automatic farms
>I hate sitting in traffic
>without social security who would take care of my parents?
>kills self
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he lived off of water and good vibes
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He was a practicing Breatharian. In fact, his said prana was making him fat

who likes sitting in traffic though?
M O D E R N L I F E but seriously I wish somebody just put me out of my fucking misery goddamn
I wish there was an Amazon Prime service where you essentially pay for your own hitman. He studies your movements, takes you out as you’re walking from the grocery store to your car, it’s gotta be dramatic, not like being poisoned or murdered in your sleep, you get a chance. Here’s the twist: you kill the hitman somehow, they send another, they just keep sending killers until the contract is fulfilled.
I felt dumber after reading that article.

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