Category: Activism

The Boogaloo movement has a new strategy

These guys appear to be an actual on-the-ground, pan-anarchist, pan-secessionist movement. And whether left-wing anarchists like these guys or not, left-wing anarchists who are developing mutual aid networks of their own or creating separatist movements like CHAZ are in the club as well. I suspect that as pan-secessionist […]

Billionaire hatches ambitious plan to create an entire new city in the US

As concepts like startup societies and pan-secessionism become more pervasive, it is likely that such activities will originate from many different sources, including billionaire philanthropists, communes, religious communities, eco-villages, and many other things. By Adam Williams New Atlas American entrepreneur Marc Lore has revealed an incredibly ambitious plan to […]

The American Dream of Secession

By Nicky Reid aka Comrade Hermit Exile in Happy Valley Do you smell that, dearest motherfuckers? Secession is in the air and not just among freaky anarchists like me. From coast to coast, from border to border, Americans of all stripes, shades and sizes are openly discussing and […]

Your Next Government?: From the Nation State to Stateless Nations

Governments across the globe have begun evolving from lumbering bureaucracies into smaller, more agile special jurisdictions – common-interest developments, special economic zones, and proprietary cites. Private providers increasingly deliver services that political authorities formerly monopolized, inspiring greater competition and efficiency, to the satisfaction of citizens-qua-consumers. These trends suggest […]

Which Model of Pan-Secession is Best?

My guess is that the constituents for pan-secession will include conservatives who do not feel they can ever win under the current system but do not want to go down the road of overt authoritarianism, liberals and leftists who have a “better off without them” attitude toward conservatives, […]

Welcome to the Unity Movement

Welcome to the tip of the spear of US politics. As political chaos grows, uncertainty spreads, and new political factions formed, a new movement for unity across the political spectrum has arisen. People from all corners, all beliefs, joining in solidarity. Fighting and hoping against the odds for […]

California’s Future of Pan-Enclavism

By Robert Stark California prides itself on its diversity with race relations that are generally better than many other parts of the nation. However, California, as a beacon for diversity, does have major problems including income inequality and a massive exodus out of the state. Problems with the […]

What Can We Learn from Utopians of the Past?

By Adam Gopnick, New Yorker Michael Robertson’s “The Last Utopians: Four Late Nineteenth-Century Visionaries and Their Legacy” (Princeton) is instructive and touching, if sometimes inadvertently funny. The instructive parts rise from Robertson’s evocation and analysis of a series of authors who aren’t likely to be well known to […]