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greetings from az!

Discussion in 'New members introductions' started by barkthrone, Apr 29, 2013.

  1. barkthrone

    barkthroneMember New Member


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    taking classes at a community college that is heavy on preserving native cultures, sucks the school is not interested in doing shit about land and water rights issues though. im surrounded by a mostly untouched and beautiful forest of the Chuska mountains. i am not an anarchist but i do want an understanding of its validity and the ways in which it will benefit my land and my people positively. in bust we trust!
     

  2. Rebellious twit

    Rebellious twitExperienced Member Experienced member


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    Welcome :ecouteurs: , well firstly i would like to adress that most anarchists are internationalists which means that they don't indentify themselves with their nationality and look at all people as equal, i am an anarchist with a socialist point of view or collectivist, my take on anarchism is a society based on trust solidarity and direct democracy and where a collective of people means almost everything, i suggest you start reading a little bit of anarchism and i would start out giving a link to one of my favorite books

    I would also liek to adress that not all anarchists are the same or think the same way, well a goal we all have and can agree on is abolishing the state and destroy capitalism (however anarcho capitalists wants that all the power belongs to the cooperations)

    The abc of Anarchism:
    Found a english version of it,

    this book is written by Alexander Berkman who is one of the big philosohpers among anarchism, i suggest aswell you take a look into mikhail bakunin point of view and Emma goldmans Aswell anyways welcome to APN :thumbsup:
     
  3. barkthrone

    barkthroneMember New Member


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    cool, i will look around for that book as soon as i finish reading my current one. thanks for the information too!
     
  4. raindeer667

    raindeer667Experienced Member Experienced member Forum Member


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    there are a lot of resources available. and I also am from the chuska mt. currentl in south apache county. I'm well acquainted with anarcho-indigenous "things" I guess depending on your dynamics and circle of comm things can go well. dineh philosophy is not man made, unlike anarchism which has the same quality but without nation and allegiance anarchism can be tweeked to decolonize the chuska and other surrounding areas although it's a tough one with people not well versed in English speaking indoctornation systems
     
  5. Rebellious twit

    Rebellious twitExperienced Member Experienced member


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