Aleksey Bashtavenko Academic Composition “However unwilling a person who has a strong opinion may be to admit that his opinion might be false, he ought to be moved by this thought: however true it may be, if it isn’t fully, frequently and fearlessly discussed, it will be […]
A recent interview with Andrey R. Bens.
Kudos to Chris Hedges. This is as good an analysis as I would ever expect from someone on the Left. This is a fairly straightforward Marxist analysis within a social democratic ideological framework. But he knows who the real enemy is. By Chris Hedges Truthdig
Jakub Jankowski speaks about the metapolitics of libertarianism and identitarianism in the UK and elsewhere.
San Fransisco California Aug 11, 2017 Lotta Moberg Researcher, Various
San Fransisco California Aug 11, 2017 Dale Brown Founder, DTMC
Mark Frazier, founder of OpenWorld.com, speaks about the best methods of spreading startup societies.
Startup Societies Summit San Francisco, California Aug 11, 2017 Galia Benartzi Co-Founder, Bancor
How can a struggling country break out of poverty if it’s trapped in a system of bad rules? Economist Paul Romer unveils a bold idea: “charter cities,” city-scale administrative zones governed by a coalition of nations.
Michael Strong, confounder of the Startup Cities Institute, talks Honduran Zedes and the principles behind them.
Titus Gebel from Free Privates Cities talks with us in the Startup Societies Podcast.
Andreas Kohl discusses Liechtenstein
Thibault Serlet’s talk at the Startup Societies Summit. July 1 2016.
San Fransisco California Aug 11, 2017 Mark Lutter Lead Economist, Neway Capitol
Startup Societies Summit San Francisco, California Aug 11, 2017 Joe Quirk Seavangelist, The Seasteading Institute
Startup Societies Summit San Francisco, California Aug 11, 2017 Tom Reed New State Movement Chair, d10e
San Fransisco California Aug 11, 2017 Max Borders CEO, Voice And Exit
San Fransisco California Aug 11, 2017 Mark Frazier President, Openworlds
Startup Societies Summit Aug, 11 2017 San Francisco, California Joe McKinney CEO, Startup Societies Foundation Thibault Serlet – Opening Announcement CEO, Economic Zone Intelligence
Are startup societies a way of building the infrastructure for pan-secessionist action?
By Scott Shackford Reason Another movement to split up California is brewing. This one wants to create a state called “New California,” essentially by separating the red from the blue. New California would be made up of the inland and non-metropolitan parts of the state (with the notable […]
Mexican cities secede to escape corruption and cartels, forming corporate dystopias, precarious utopian projects, and Mad Maxish militia towns
The infrastructure of pan-anarchism is already being created. Boingboing.Net Mexico’s corrupt, failing government that covers up official mass murders by attacking journalists and dissidents with cyberweapons is locked in a stalemate with the country’s horrific, mass-murdering gangs, and the Mexican people are caught in the crossfire. The weak […]
If the objective of pan-anarchism/anarcho-pluralism is the replacement of states with societies organized on the basis of decentralized, voluntary associations, then a question that arises involves the issue of what kinds criteria individual communities would have to meet of qualify as legitimate voluntary associations of these kinds. The […]
About 20 years ago, I began to formulate ideas for the development of what I now call a “third wave” anarchist movement, with the “first wave” being the era of classical anarchism from the 19th and early 20th century, and the “second wave” being the forms of anarchism […]
An interesting conference on startup societies is coming up next month at Georgetown University. Get the details here. Startup societies may be a way to develop the infrastructure that is needed for a broader pan-secessionist action against central governments and the global corporatocracy. Anarchist and other radical organizations […]
By Trey Goff Mises Institute [Your Next Government?: From the Nation State to Stateless Nations by Tom. W. Bell] When I first met him, Tom W. Bell seemed more like the successful lawyer/entrepreneur type than he did the type of guy to write an intensely well-sourced book synthesizing information […]
The model that all anarchists and anti-statists need to be studying. One of our objectives should be to develop non-state political and militia confederations that will usurp many of the functions currently provided by states, with the goal of eventually superseding states. By William S. Lind Traditional Right […]
Our time has come. It’s time to start building the coalition against consensual crimes. By Elizabeth Nolan Brown Reason Frustrated with the state of American politics, porn star and physical therapist Cherie DeVille says she’s running for president in 2020 with the rapper Coolio as her running mate. […]
A recent interview. Listen here.
By Kate Irby Sacramento Bee The world has been watching the play-by-play of Catalonia’s bid for independence from Spain, but one group is tuning in more closely than most: California secessionists. The California Freedom Coalition, the campaign that has taken the lead in the effort to break California […]
Adam Kokesh’s plan to seek the Libertarian Party nomination in 2020 on a program of abolishing the federal government would seem to be a move in the correct direction. However, this idea may be incomplete in various ways. This leads to the need for a consideration of what […]
The money quote, and the main reason why most US political factions are worthless: “Unfortunately, most Americans do not bat an eye at the worst offenses committed by the presidency, namely the killing of millions in undeclared wars of choice with nations who have never attacked the United […]
Liberal democratic capitalism shows what it really thinks of self-determination and political dissent. Thomas S. Harrington Counterpunch I just got of the phone with Josep Maria Sole Sabaté, my friend and a leading Catalan historian and public intellectual. He was nothing short of breathless as he described the […]
By Kirkpatrick Sale LewRockwell.Com While division between both political parties has been accepted as a norm for decades, we have witnessed a level of intensity in 2017 that has dwarfed anything remotely similar in recent American history. While it appears to be boiling over, perhaps many are ready […]
By Debbie Bookchin ROAR Magazine Only a global confederation of rebel cities can lead us out of the death-spiral of neoliberalism towards a new rational society that delivers on the promise of humankind. I am the daughter of two longtime municipalists. My mother, Beatrice Bookchin, ran for city […]
A review of Anti-Tech Revolution: Why and How, by Theodore John Kaczynski. Fitch and Madison Publishers, 2016. By Keith Preston Anti-Tech Revolution: Why and How is a work by Theodore John”Ted” Kaczynski, otherwise known as the “Unabomber” terrorist, a former mathematics professor who sought to fight what he […]
By Keith Preston Special thanks to Peter Topfer, Adam Ormes, Thom Forester, and Sean Jobst for their assistance in the writing of this summary. On June 17 and 18, the first ever conference of the National-Anarchist Movement (N-AM) took place in Madrid. The process of arranging this conference […]
Great new graphic from Adam Ormes!
The conflicts between myself and the mainstream leftist-anarchist movement are well-known. When I am asked about the source of this conflict by outsiders to the anarchist milieu, my usual response is that what they are observing is a continuation of the historic battle between the anarchists and the […]
The Free Online main text from nothingiseverlost.. shared with thanks Guerrilla ideology reduces all revolutionary questions to quantitative problems of military force. Nothing could be more disastrous. – James Carr, Power does not come any more from the barrel of a gun than it comes from a ballot box. […]
I can’t say I agree with this, but I’m always amazed at the diversity of anarchist thought. By Paddy Vipond Trouble and Squeak As election fever reaches its sweaty, unbearable heights in both the UK with the coming General Election, and in the US as Hilary Clinton officially […]
By Nick Pugh When we are thinking of politics, anarchy is often not the first word that comes to mind in a positive way. For the most part, we think, the political system is put in place to avoid anarchy. But is there more to the idea of […]
Because we’re a nation of aging, overweight slobs. By Sam Harris Business Insider This post from Sam Harris, an entrepreneur, engineer, and former data scientist at the U.S. Air Force, originally appeared on Quora as an answer to the question, “Is the United States on the brink of […]
On March 8, 2017, authors and activists Derrick Broze and Chase Rachels debated the proposition of a call for a “libertarian-right alliance.” —————————————————– This is a great discussion. Both of these guys are very knowledgeable and articulate.
Right now is an ideal time for the promotion and cultivation of ATS ideas. Thanks to the bizarre nature of the US electoral system, a perceived “fascist” party is the ruling party, with control over the entire federal government and most of the states, and in opposition to […]