This is definitely true, over a wide array of societal aspects. I have torn feelings on it myself, more or less seeing the points of both sides, but at the end of the day, the entire planet is a shared resource that each of us as individuals find ourselves born onto, and I don't think the "mine mine mine" thing is sustainable, or healthy, really. It was both "good" and "bad" in the Native American days, for example, when they didn't "own land", but did have shitloads of territorial squabbles despite it. I do enjoy the notion I have read about with Euros having "right to passage" kind of laws, and I like this >>1560751
Anon's attitude of being cool with responsible camping on some remote spot of their land. Humans are just too fucked to ever work anything reasonable out, there will be no winning before collapse.