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happysmash27 wrote

Hmm... the flag is actually based on the Esperanto flag combined with the original LGBT flag and the anarcho-communism star :/. I didn't think it would come off as US... It's just a placeholder, anyway. No one voted on any flags, but I needed something to put on the website (mostly because I was thinking about asking for the mods of /r/micronations to put it in the top with the other flags for advertising).

What type of thing with GitHub, btw? The current organization platform is a sub-reddit, and I plan on making a blockchain-based voting system at some point. For the website, maybe? Or constitutions?

As for dedication, I plan on dedicating my life to it if necessary, so I wouldn't say that would be a problem.

What other attempts are there at organizing? It seems absolutely futile to organise where I live, hence wanting to create a micronation (or technically a commune. I originally called it a micronation, but someone pointed out that calling it a commune would be more accurate).

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happysmash27 wrote (edited )

I've been slowly getting less and less confident over time, trying to pander to as much people as possible, as no one has really given any really good feedback. Should I remove that line? I originally started with this post, but have been removing more and more from the description for fear of being controversial or accidentally making a point which is not anarcho-communist.

I honestly don't really care much about the specifics; I just want to create a free, anarcho-communist society...

Edit: please help me though if I don't understand it. Part of the reason all of these edits have happened is that I'm afraid of exactly that; all I have really done is read the Wikipedia article and agreed with every point, as well as points made in anarchist subreddits. The vague line about constitutions is a direct result of me not being sure how much that goes along with anarchism, actually...

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happysmash27 wrote (edited )

Well, the website for it is at https://anarkikomunismolando.org/. The basic plan is to create an anarcho-communist micronation which people voluntarily move to in order to achieve anarcho-communism. One idea for someplace to put this was making an artificial island in international waters, and this is what this post was about. Likely, it would be brought over by a hopper barge purchased through crowdfunding.