Houston Shuts Down Homeless Feeding Program 1

This sucks.

This is also the kind of economic activism we alternative anarchists could work to build political coalitions around. No doubt these kinds of state actions are offensive to a wide assortment of political groups as well as private individuals. Perhaps our organizing opposition to economic repression of this type would be a type of “leading by example” of the kind Jeremy has suggested.

One comment

  1. Empowering politicians to being the ‘helpers of the needy’ has rather created a class of power-wielders who think that are to be the SOLE beneficiaries of the poor and downtrodden, and woe to anyone who dare step on their turf.

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