Romanticist_Literature

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Romanticist_Literature wrote

when you build your regime on the bones of the countless people you've executed who tried to speak out against your authoritarian empire, but then you get justified by a bunch of internet Marxists because you raised your country's life expectancy, which somehow justifies subduing the people who survived your brutal crackdown with propaganda so they live out the rest of their lives as cogs within your massive imperialist machine

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Romanticist_Literature wrote (edited )

I've heard of a place in Arizona (I think) that's the ruins of an old U.S. air force base that was torn down several decades ago, and has since been used as a gathering space for hitchhikers and nudists.

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Romanticist_Literature wrote

I think that if the land was bought through a legal transaction the feds wouldn't really care. There have been plenty of communes that have been set up like that over the years.

Although if we were to use that as a rally point to go fuck up some shit afterwards, then we'd be on the radar. But a small scale anarchist commune wouldn't really raise that much attention, provided that we're paying taxes, and, if we're not using our own generators and wells, paying for utility services from companies.

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Romanticist_Literature wrote

It's good to see that the Haitian people are standing up. I had wondered how islands other than Puerto Rico were affected by the hurricanes because most of the media has failed to cover how they were affected by the storms. Hell, I hardly see anything about the Virgin Islands and they're on the same legal footing as Puerto Rico.

Hopefully we'll see some long-lasting change come out of these protests.