Is the urban kibbutz not today a utopia out of date in a globalized world?

the globalization of competitive employment,

the globalization of “competing” labor – merchandise, which pretend to forget politicians and those who talk about  “defending the workers” by claiming or distributing.

Looking at first sight  “against exploitation”,

theyare only searching cheaper labor force and promoting the expansion of the competitive labor market with the related destruction of community and cultural solidarities.

The urban Kibbutz can compensate this lethal existing situation by inventing solidarity logics and collective cultural projects.

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