Resilient Ways: Imagine a free world …

Mission Statement

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Mission Statement: Resilient Ways Foundation will build communities that are respectful of human dignity and freedom, networking them together through collaboration and sharing. We will disseminate what we learn, and seek out ideas, strategies, from others. We will gather knowledge from many disciplines to assist in this endeavor and make this knowledge known to all. We will engage with experts, activists, and fellow travelers, building a network of volunteers in pursuit of human liberty, commerce, and happiness. Finally, we will promote as foundational to our organization the simple ethos of the zero-aggression principle. We want you, whomever you are, to

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Violence is NOT WAR!

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I do not want to dwell on this – I know full well and understand the power of modern weapons. I do not want to explain what depleted uranium does when the projectile hits an armored target, or building … or how much uranium dust now blows around those deserts, because of “Murica”. This crap is well understood. What I’d like to rant about is simple. There are some, many, after the unfortunate events in “VEGAS” that have decided that “gun violence” is an epidemic, killing millions like sugar or Statin drugs. NO … These same people fully support, in

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The partitioned blockchain …

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Introduction Non-determinism, in commerce relationships, involving trade, is a problem. It will be frustrating, stressful, and worrisome. Guess what, people will be wanting to use cryptos on transactions, investments, that would equate to “dust and lint” on the blockchain today. This is a problem, call it the “synchronized weaver’s problem”. The complexity of the weave gets worse, and adding weavers makes the problem only worse – each weaver must duplicate, each wants to discover the “next best” weave, and all must duplicate the next best weave. It might be “copy paste” simple, but it is still network traffic. People want

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The Way

Exciting Times for Resilient Freedom

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It has been an exciting few weeks for me and the team here at Resilient Ways Foundation. I’ve moved from Lawrence, Kansas to Dayton, Ohio. There is an excellent collection of agorists, anarcho-capitalists, anarchists, and others here which we are working very hard to grow rapidly. One of our leaders here, Melissa Michelle, calls our area “New Somalia.” After all, how many times have statists told us to “move to Somalia” if we don’t like things in ‘merica? She and Dan Sullivan have come up with a flag for New Somalia, complete with grumpy cat and motto “Nunya.” In other

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“Mountain Men and Women of Mars”: Chapter 1, ‘A trip to Mons …’

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“Slick, that suit has a tear …” “What are you talking about … ?” Lars was confident, but Zon knew that sometimes, on Mars, it was better to add a little caution … “Lars, I swear, if one of the medusa-rats gets you because they smell your scent or because you’re fucking around with your suit … I swear …” Zon made threats, knowing full well he’d promised his sister that he’d look out for Lars – his sister had died of the blue-fever 3 years earlier. Zon Greskow, or “ZG”, was preparing to make his bi-annual (Martians still measured

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NUNYA!

ALL HAIL “NEW SOMALIA”!

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THE RULES OF NEW SOMALIA … All people are free from birth – so step off man. What we do is our business. Don’t aggress on us dude! (no bullies allowed). Cops are not your friends, they are wild animals to be observed and avoided. See [2] above, and “NUNYA!” Nunya! Inspired by Melissa Rajkovich, Melissa Helbig, Jim Davidson, Dan, et al … (anthem: coming soon)

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Rubanisation – Rethinking of how we live, work, learn, play and farm

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Mu Aye Pu will be designed by visionary architect Kheng Soon Tay based on his innovative rubanization concept. Rubanisation is a re-conceptualization of human settlements in which the city and the countryside are considered as one space, not two as it is now – city and countryside are regarded as separate realms. Rubanisation stems from the belief that the continued consideration of the rural and the urban as two distinct realms is unsustainable in terms of social justice, cultural justice and environmental justice. This mode of thinking calls for a new spatial geometry of integrated development that offers real viable

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