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Anarchist Supply Chains refers to memes and parodies of a post on X (formerly Twitter) in which user @yesvatore shared a simplistic diagram showing how supply chains would work in an anarchist society. The diagram (which later became an exploitable format) showed a crudely drawn house and farm, with arrows and texts indicating that beans grown on the farm would be carried to the house and eaten, with the post captioned, "Anarchist supply chains explained."
In March 2022, various X users engaged in online debates about the efficacy of an anarchist society. The debate largely coalesced around the idea of how an anarchist society would facilitate largely bureaucratized supply chains that create, among other things, life-saving medication like insulin.
X user @exiliaex posted a thread discussing their anarchist ideas on March 13th, 2022, fielding a question about supply chains by saying, "why would I want to manage large supply chains" (seen below).
Various X users took note of the debate, with X user @Paraglobalism posting a Never Ask A Woman Her Age meme on March 15th, 2022, gathering over 3,000 likes in a year (seen below, left). Also on March 15th, X user @yesvatore posted a crudely drawn image to represent @exiliaex's ideas of supply and demand, gathering over 8,000 likes in a similar timeframe (seen below, right).
Various X users made parodies of @yesvatore's meme as it became an exploitable format, with X user @NotPotBol posting a meme on March 17th, 2022, (seen below, left) and X user @sock_dem posting another referencing the Eating Beans meme on March 15th (seen below, right).
On March 15th, 2022, X user @PghAutonomy posted a meme parodying @yesvatore's bean diagram, gathering over 1,000 likes in a year (seen below, left). On March 18th, X user @spirit_cannibal posted a meme as well, gathering over 1,000 likes a year (seen below, right).
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