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gotinfo wrote

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Here is not very active but it's still a very good place for discussion of theory and idelogy. Reddit has an anarcho-primitivist subreddit as well as half a dozen deep green subs that all link to each other. There are a few far-right places on the web but their theory is mostly "minority bad, tree good" so it's best to avoid them. Search around on popular sites first and foremost.

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gotinfo wrote

The most anti-civ people are likely offline because they're far enough in to it to do that comfortably. There are a few anti-civ groups out there but they all come attached to some wacky ideology that doesn't make much sense when you think about them for more than 5 minutes. If you want to discuss survival information and learn, then just look bushcraft communities and other outdoor communities which have larger online presences.

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gotinfo OP wrote

I don't know how to connect with my local antifa though. I know there are groups about because of the recent BLM protests that they attended. Is it done through facebook or twitter or something? I really don't know!

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gotinfo OP wrote (edited )

I've got a key figure right in my palm. They can't accept me challenging them and need constant approval so I'm fairly certain that it's not a trap. I'm not really an active leftist so there's nothing out there to suggest that I'm working against them. Where can I find more out about TAILS etc. I'm a bit of a technophobe

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