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kano wrote (edited )

It's going well for me, I live in an anarchist housing project, we have bought a cheap abandoned house in the countryside and are currently renovating the place to provide dirt cheap housing and a social centre. We are trying to a join a housing syndicate in our country who will split ownership with us 50 50 to prevent speculation on the house. I will update later with more Infos, but we have been there for a year and a half and have nearly finished the renovation of the top floor, which should be private living space. Then we will do the ground floor which will be the public area of the house.

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Tequila_Wolf OP wrote

bought a cheap abandoned house in the countryside and are currently renovating the place to provide dirt cheap housing and a social centre.

That sounds exciting, I'd be interested to hear more as things develop.

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kano wrote

It's super interesting and fun to live there. I've learned so much practical stuff since I've come there. It's also helped me a lot because I'm a foreigner in the country and living with a bunch of locals is really helping me to learn the language. The part of the country we are in is full of fascists and we want to provide an alternative space for the youth who live here so they can get exposed to radical politics which aren't fascist because around here it's really easy to just grow up and only be around and enter far right circles.

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