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Loosing my patience

Discussion in 'Anarchism and radical activism' started by 40oz Punk, Jun 4, 2012.

  1. Bentheanarchist

    BentheanarchistExperienced Member Experienced member


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    He is already. Obama is a mass murderer. Hes killed 1000s in drone strikes.
     
  2. @narcho-Skinhooligan

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    Wait I know that... I don't know what I was thinking of. I am sure many many poor Afghans can testify to that sad sad fact Ben my friend.
     
  3. butcher

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    That's what ninja turtles do, motherfucker!
     
  4. @narcho-Skinhooligan

    @narcho-SkinhooliganExperienced Member Experienced member


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    :lmao: :lmao: :lmao: Stop Butcher I am going piss in my damn pants!!!
     
  5. blackenedbrad

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    Touche. I'm more of the organizing type, but, as I said before, if it came down to it, I suppose I have the capacity to become violent too. I'm definitely no pacifist.

    BTW, that Obama pic is fucking hilarious.
     
  6. Danarchy

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    One of the best ways to educate people is to live by example. First, you live in a city. Cities are the basis of consumer, capitalist culture; they provide a large group of unemployed people for the interest of industry. Get the fuck out of the city, even for awhile, get a job with/ volunteer on a small organic farm which can give you an understanding of small scale, sustainable food production and educate yourself. What you can experience on small farms is a diversity of people, we currently have four people from Nova Scotia and another German, next month we have three Koreans and a couple from Australia joining us. Not all farms operate like ours but the more people you meet/ experience the more open you mind will become. Once you've gotten a better appreciation, get back to the city and get community gardens, free soup kitchens, free shops going and work within your community to build something. Expect resistance, people aren't used to getting things or parting with things for free but it just takes time. Most importantly is to work on yourself and live by example, understand what you are doing and why. Don't expect anyone else to be perfect and don't enter new communities without being invited or having a direct personal relationship. ie I am Irish Canadian, I did not approach our local native councils until invited to a local workshop form there I have attended ceremonies and had the opportunity to experience a sweat lodge.
    There is more to this but I have run out of time.
     
  7. predic

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    yeah, just you forgot some people can't wait so long, or maybe you have self educated doctor/cardiolog and 100 000 euro worth machine for ultrasound of heart? until people learn something and until they make revolution, many of us finish dead, because we are excluded from system (health care system, among other exclusions). it is the same answer for Danarchy and his communes out of the city. What happen in your commune when someone has problem and need doctor and surgery? then hell yeah, you use privileges of the system, you have access to doctor and they care for you. but we are not all so lucky to be born with privileged citizenship. so, many of us can only die in your farm, in the city or anywhere else. Many people don't have time to wait for revolution 1000 years, those who can wait, they enjoy in present system and they make blabla from anarchism. it is the fact that with present @-groups which are full of high educated 3000 euro salary anarchists, anarchism failed. it is so last 60 years. before WWII anarchists were hungry and attacked big bosses and governments, today anarchists go to Tenerifa to enjoy, they buy laptops 3000 euro, and they want spreading of idea instead to put ass in the fire. even if someone want to take a risk, he finish arrested before he succeed anything. in avarage every 4th person in society work for political police, so, gather 100 anarchsits and you have 25 rats who will betray you for some privileges from masters (better job, better salary, etc). so, be careful when you see verbal agressive pacifist who hate militants, such pacifists are very good for government.

    by the way, person who started this topic doesn't participate anymore. should we ask why? :ecouteurs:
    I would recommend to him to use anonymous proxy if he writes such topics, many different people come to this forum and surely and rats who work against society for the bill of gov.
     
  8. Caps

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    I am not sure what your point is. I certainly can't see what you are advocating. As for the original poster they seemed impatient to say the least. I'm pretty sure they raised the idea of blowing up the Whitehouse which:
    a) Is ludicrously impractical and highly dangerous.
    b) Unlikely to raise any real advantage if you consider what happened with the Reichstag's destruction under Hitler or the Twin Towers' destruction under Bush.

    However, anyone who comes on here and says 'Let's do some shit! You all do nothing!' are either gonna rectify their stance or bugger off.
     
  9. Nihilist84

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    Thanks Danarchy and yea iv bin thinkin along those same lines im already growin sum tomatoes, strawberrys, wheat, and beans. but i dnt really have any space to plant anything so all i got ar pots and that really limits wat i can grow :(
    im thinking of doin the ol college thing right now but it all sounds interesting iv also really bin wanting to live or at least visit a farm like the one you have danarchy
     
  10. ungovernable

    ungovernableAutonome Staff Member Admin Team Experienced member


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    Coming from someone named "40oz punk" .......... pretty ironic