A general impression I get from what you say is that we can speculate and ideate an anarchistic future, but we must not take our current ideations too seriously. We must not have the replacement too buffed out. Bad government must first be removed, and future mechanisms must be allowed to develop organically. The above videos don't necessarily exclude that notion of process, but immediate exposure to their nightmarish scenario sends me into surmising they project too many current needs into the future.
"But bread came because people were willing to pay for it."
I'll take your Soviet-collapse analysis one step further. But bread came initially because people were willing to make it for themselves. A modicum of self-provision remains at the heart of all economy. It must never be actively encumbered or worse, extorted away.
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