News and Inspiration about Humanity's Next Phase: Authentic Freedom
"Protests are appealing to the powers that be, to be nicer. We don't do that. ... If there's a community that doesn't have drinking water because there is no well, ... you go off and you dig the well yourself and dare them to stop you." —David Graeber, Anthropologist
One time? I got abused once? Oh gosh. That means from the ages of 9-near 14 when I thought I was being abused I was really only abused once. Thanks for knowing more about my life than me!!!!
Okay anon, wanna play that game?
TRY GETTING BEATEN FOR ELEVEN YEARS!!! TRY GETTING MOLESTED FOR ALMOST THREE!!! TRY HAVING YOUR GENITALS CUT BY YOUR STEPFATHER’S FINGERNAILS!!! TRY WATCHING YOUR BROTHER GET BEATEN IN PUBLIC AND NO ONE DOING JACK FUCKING SHIT!!! TRY DEFENDING YOUR BROTHER ONCE YOU REALIZE HE COULD BE GETTING MOLESTED TOO!!! TRY ATTEMPTING TO KILL YOUR STEPFATHER!!! TRY FAILING!!! TRY BEING AT A MENTAL HOSPITAL WHERE YOU ALMOST GET STABBED, ALMOST PUNCHED IN THE FACE, AND TRIGGERED TIME AND TIME AGAIN!!! TRY LIVING WITH THE CUNTS AT CPS IGNORING YOUR LITTLE, AUTISTIC BROTHER BECAUSE HE’S A BOY!!!
SHUT THE FUCK UP AND SIT THE FUCK DOWN ANON!!!
You might find Stefan Molyneux to be a wonderful ally and resource.
"Most people who read The Communist Manifesto probably have no idea that it was written by a couple of young men who had never worked a day in their lives, and who nevertheless spoke boldly in the name of the workers."
Thomas Sowell (via ancap-princess)
It is under-reported how active these people are, and how much work they have put into making people conscious.
Seattle, and more specifically Capitol Hill activists, are in such large numbers and work so peacefully and effectively, that the Seattle Police Department and the Department of Homeland Security are targeting them and doing heavier and heavier surveillance by the day.
On a daily basis, helicopters fly over the protests that take place in Seattle, hovering menacingly over completely peaceful people. Innocent people get maced for no reason who aren’t even involved in protesting, and violence is instigated by the police.
For example, earlier this week the anarchist Co-Op coffee shop ‘Black Coffee’ was put under blatant surveillance and were met with intimidation by an officer. A female officer parked directly in front of the place and pointed her dashcam camera at the activist coffee shop, videotaping the entire scene for about an hour and a half.
This coffee shop is under investigation in several ways , and the police are doing everything they can to shut it down. It will probably have to move to another location in Seattle in the next few months.
Here’s a video of the incident:
Likely because the shop hands out free zines about the philosophy of anarchy and countless other topics which challenge the current state of affairs. Bookshelves are filled with conscious material here, and the people who pass through the doors of this place tend to be determined activists, targets of the police and homeland security. These are people of great depth and powerful knowledge, and the police are blatantly targeting them.
Perhaps it’s because the coffee shop owners refused service to the police, exercising their right to refuse service to anyone. That is not illegal, and the police responding to that with surveillance is characteristically criminal behavior.
It is especially important to note that these activists are doing nothing but spreading ideas; ideas that are corrosive to the current paradigm of the violent police state.
This is an blatant indicator that the intensity of provocation from the police is on the rise, and the activist movements in Seattle and across America are becoming so effective that police are focusing on activists more than people who commit real crimes.
Please share this with as many people as possible, and simply be aware of the fact that if you are spreading ideas about opposing the current militarization of the police, or opposing the current paradigm of war for profit, you will be targeted. You must plan for that to continue to be an effective activist. If you are reading this, there is probably nothing that can stop your drive to wake up the fellow members of your community and society. Keep up the good fight, and know that this is a sign of the effectiveness of our activism.
This article is free and open source. You have permission to republish this article under a Creative Commons license with attribution to Cassius Methyl and TheAntiMedia.org. Follow us on Facebook and Twitter to receive our latest articles.
Hacktivists have set their sights on the town of Ferguson, Missouri after police there on Saturday shot and killed an unarmed man, 18-year-old Michael Brown, elevating a wave of protests that have occurred in the days since to the digital realm.
Demonstrations and vigils across the St. Louis, MO suburb have taken place ever since Saturday afternoon’s incident in which Brown was shot eight times by a Ferguson cop after an altercation allegedly occurred between the two, reportedly just days before the victim was expected to begin college. By Sunday, however, peaceful protests aimed at raising awareness of the shooting death began to turn violent in the city of barely 20,000, and local law enforcement responded to reports of riots and looting by deploying SWAT teams and heavily weaponized police.
It’s a setup. What’s a town of 20,000 people doing with SWAT and heavily weaponized police?
I want to open an armory and start manufacturing custom firearms. I think I’d name it Fountainhead Armory
Doing custom firearms wouldn’t be very much in line with “Fountainhead”. For that, you’d make firearms that you design yourself, and people can take them or leave them.
Yeah, but they’d reflect the needs of a firearm more perfectly then those rococo firearms, or the firearms with all that greek styled edifice.
"A firearm that reflects the age and people of the firearm, not some gun harkening back to the days of the musket. A firearm that has a purpose and function and does so in a way that reflects the creator of said firearm." Howard "The Big Gunz" Roark said.
"I’ve only ever been a parasite Howard. I bought and made countless Glock and Glock ripoffs because that was the style you were supposed to like." Peter "The Boxy Gunz" Keating replied.
If you’re in the US, then you’re in luck. (Which is really weird, since we’re SO far from free these days.) Move to a state that has a strong gun culture and that has nullified federal firearms laws. There are a lot of them now, but they’re not all the same, so choose carefully. I suggest one that gives their law some teeth — federal agents attempting to enforce nullified laws go to prison. Kansas is one such state. (But who the fuck wants to live in Kansas???)
I have been wanting to manufacture firearms, too.