>Here's your new home bro! Was the industrial revolution, dare I say it, a mistake?
>>9175577VGH I know right we're all the fucking same fuck the government they just want to us to be mindless worker drones. Sheep man. We live in a society.
>>9175577partly, but it's not like all of those people would have lived in mansions otherwise, your pic actually looks pretty decent
>>9175577Beats the hell out of apartment living.
Could be worse
>>9175577It seems so
>>9175577>>9175783>>9175793This looks incredibly comfy and soulful, unlike the shitty commie blocks we live in today.
>>9176248The Chinese really are soulless bugs.
>>9176248Looks like the society in We by Zamyatin
>>9175783>>9175793>Literally praising the ancestor of commie blocks >But muh garden though Before industrial society you had entire forests you if like plants not just your little bush.
>>9177474No. The Baron/Lord had forests. If you were caught in his forests you would get punished.
>>9177474>you had entire forests you if like plants not just your little bush.You're retarded?That was proparty of landlords, not some shity city dveler.
>>9177474>Before industrial societyThe industrial revolution allowed for a much larger populace to develop and prosper.
>>9177144Cover looks kino tbqh.
NOOOO HOW IS THIS ALLOWED
NOOOOOO NOT THE WATERFRONT AAARGHHG
>>9177519The nobles had their own forests, but there was more wildness in general. Lots of towns were surrounded by woods which you could explore without anyone bothering you, without having to pay or obey any rules. I know because it was still like this when my grandparents were children.
>>9175577>was the industrial revolution a mistakeProgress is inevitable, but if progress is chaotic, bad things come of it as well as good things. See: the internet
>>9177636No, change is inevitable, but change is not the same as progress. In many ways the world we live in today is worse than it was a century ago.
>>9175577>>9175783>>9175793>>9177621>>9177621>>9177627>2 floors>roof room>basement>personal garden>looks decentSo what's exactly the problem?Is this another westcuck complaining?
Ah yes our single floor mudhut, and look at all the space around us!
>>9177645Fair distinction. >In many ways the world we live in today is worse than it was a century ago.What ways in particular?
>>9177684In no particular order:-smaller, dysfunctional families, weaker bonds, easier to end up completely alone-lots of children growing up without a father, with disastrous consequences for their future (and ours)-more material comfort, which translates to weak characters-no sense of decency or shame, extreme individualistic morals-harder to find a job that can support a whole family-education system has lower standards than it used to, doesn't produce classically educated intellectuals any more-more laws in general, less freedom, every aspect of life has become heavily regulated-harder to find peace and silence because the population has exploded and there's noise everywhere-mass surveillance, you're constantly being spied on by the government and corporations-more pollution, literally impossible to escape now-people rely on technology more for both physical and mental tasks, resulting in weaker bodies and minds-political correctness is at all-time high, we're being forced to accept things that are contrary to science and common sense-science is increasingly politicized, everything is political, there's propaganda everywhereI could go on, but I think this should suffice.
>>9177651why are english blocks so fucking tiny? Do you Sadiq slaves just enjoy living in cell blocks?