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My anarchy (continued) …

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Several months ago, just after I abandoned the Libertarian Party, I began thinking about my own anarchism – what it meant to me, the decision. Here is a link to that article (as PDF) … I don’t want to reiterate too much of that, but to simply give you an update, of sorts. I have been, since the end of 2016 and until quite recently, in a very dark place regarding the “human condition” and freedom. In many ways, choosing to recognize that I was an anarchist, that I was free – no matter what the state might want to

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The Resilient Ways Foundation is committed to liberty, community, and the values of cooperative human engagement. By supporting our organization you are taking an active role in the project of human dignity. Please take time to review our site, our proposals, and imagine a free world! WAYS TO CONTRIBUTE! Would you like to help our work? – Please tell your friends about our site! Also let people know about our partner organisation, the Individual Sovereign Univ Association: https://www.generosity.com/education-fundraising/individual-sovereign-univ-projects They have sent funds to several scholarship students this year, and will be coordinating the moves of several of our first residents. BTC

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News About Our Work We have engaged a public relations and marketing firm! Yay! Ken Holder and L. Neil Smith were kind enough to publish my essay, reviewing our work and plans. News Related to Our Work We learned today (3 July 2017) about a community project in the western part of Virginia. One of the inspirations for our work is Ben Stone‘s remarkable Room4Freedom.com project. We’ve become very interested in crypto-currencies in recent years, and the recent wave of initial coin offerings is truly impressive. Vitalik Buterin, the young prodigy behind Ethereum, discusses recent token sales models. Inspired by

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