“Free Association for Me, But Not for Thee”

An amusing attack on ATS from an antifa writer named Shane Burley who, in keeping with antifa practice, fails get the point. The ATS position has more in common with the fictional United Federation of Planets from “Star Trek” than it would with 20th century totalitarian ideologies, including the “prime directive” and the Vulcan philosophy of “infinite diversity in infinite combinations”.

“For we have agreed that our worlds hold these truths to be self-evident: that all species are created equal, that their citizens are endowed with certain incontrovertible rights, protected by their societies; that among these rights are life, liberty, and the pursuit of those states-of-being each individual society holds in greatest esteem…” – Excerpt from the Preamble to the Constitution of the United Federation of Planets

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  1. It continues to panic these people that an indigenous person would dare advocate for tribal sovereignty in the context of indigenous forms of self organization: decentralized clans and kinship networks within a cultural group which can be referred to as a “tribe” or “nation.” Their far reaching attempts to paint me as some kind of neo-nazi have included straight up lies. I wonder to what degree this book references those lies?

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