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Discussion in 'Anarchism and radical activism' started by persona-non-grata, Mar 16, 2010.

  1. squatpunk

    squatpunkMember Forum Member




    Dec 30, 2009
    well people its almost over, tomorrow the bastards in the government are gonna outlaw squatting in Holland.
    for all the people on this forum living in holland, the time for action is now.
    time to do some decentralized actions to show all the people who are gonna profit from the squat ban that we are coming for them. if there gonna attack us in our house time to take the war to there doorstep.
    do whatever u can think off to show that squatting is still gonna go through even after the ban.

    see u on the barricades
  2. PoshyX

    PoshyXExperienced Member Experienced member




    Nov 17, 2012
    my dad mentioned something about the queen of england and a knicks game earlier today. not sure if he was serious (quite frankly i don't care; he has a tendency to bullshit), but if he is, it's fucking propoganda.
    just a thought.
    i'm hoping we can get some more recent info on squatting in this thread. this is something i'm seriously considering after high school. i've prepared 0 on a scale of 1-10 for life after high school and i can't imagine myself going through 4 years of college or scoring a job at a fucking mcdickles or wal-shit, and i've been fantacizing about squatting for quite some time now... looking for some more info.
    anyone care to share some anecdotes or tips on squatting? hardships? how about some updated information on squatting laws in the u.s.? anything really.
  3. IamMe

    IamMeExperienced Member Experienced member Forum Member




    Dec 29, 2012
     United Kingdom
    im not sure about laws on squating in the u.s or the u.k but i am intrested, i am also intrested in the law of squating land in the u.k if any one know any thing. if i lived in america i would train hop, its somthing i have always wanted to do but in the uk you would have to stop every 5 mins or so. i feel the same Poshyx im about to finish college and dont know what to do, im thinking about WWOOFing which stands for world wide opitunity on organic farms, wwoofing is a voulentry scheme and theres no money involved what so ever, you work a number of hours a week on a farm an then the farm houses you and feeds you and plus you get to travel all over the world
  4. persona-non-grata

    persona-non-grataExperienced Member Experienced member Forum Member




    Mar 9, 2010
    as far as I know squatting is illegal in both the U.K. and the U.S. but in the U.S. they don't really check up on it (still as far as i know I'm not sure since I'm from holland) I have heard that in the U.K. though they are really REALLY strict about squatting laws