Friday, 24 July 2015

How To Build Community & Anarchist Kid

There is an abiding belief swollen by media distortion, that anarchists are only about throwing petrol bombs at times of social unrest, and want to parade around in black hoodies with paint spray cans and an evil scowl in dark alley ways. If that is your opinion, fine; just don't try and convince me that the current state of the world is the only possible outcome & that I have to put up with it silently. Quotes are by anarchist theorist, Colin Ward.

“The anarchist conclusion is that every kind of human activity should begin from what from what is local and immediate, should link in a network with no centre and no directing agency, hiving off new cells as the original grows.”
Anarchy in Action

“the ideal of a self-organizing society based on voluntary cooperation rather than upon coercion is irrepressible.”
Anarchism: A Very Short Introduction

This is from the back of the WC door,
Bamford Quaker Community, Peak District

A King in New York is a 1957 British comedy film 
directed by and starring Charlie Chaplin in his last leading role, 
which co-stars, among others, his young son Michael.

North Utsire

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