Thank you for the appreciation!
Well, probably it sounds too good to be true, because what we have today is too bad to exist. However I don’t think that libertarian ideas are so utopian and difficult to implement. Authoritarian socialism has been tried many times in history, and there are some examples of libertarian socialism actually existed for a few years.
Certainly the monetary warfare structure as well as the contemporary centralized system are incompatible with a new type of free and decentralized society. There would definitely be some problems to be solved, for example related to management and regeneration of the environment, urban planning, the creation of participating sites. In practice it would be reversed the whole individualistic, elitist and coercive trend in place.
And certainly the main problem today is the very political participation that the capitalist system of domination struggles to deter through media disinformation and distraction. Obviously without a widespread class consciousness towards the exploiting class, a proletarian and popular expropriation of the means of production would be impossible.
I wish to emphasize, however, certain tendencies in the contemporary world that although not all-encompassing, to a lesser extent enact some anarchist principles.
Just to name a few, File sharing, Digital commons and Open-source software projects, Hacking, Street art, Guerrilla gardening, Culture Jamming and the Do It Yourself, Animal liberation front and Hunt sabotage, Freeganism, Independent Media Center and Infoshops, Critical mass and Reclaim the Streets, Squatting, Free school, BookCrossing, Boycotts within alter global consciousness, Ecotage, Opposition to GMOs and supporting organic farming, Recycle and reuse of materials as in dumpster diving, Food rescue, Cannabis Growing, Greening and Bio-construction, Permaculture and Ecovillages, alternative currencies such as Freigeld, LETS and CES, a growing culture of gratuity testified for example by Food not bombs, Really Really Free Market, Regift, Time Bankings, Give-away shops, free shops, or free stores.