ANARCHY REVISITED WITH WARREN WEISMAN

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On Saturday February 4 our guest was Warren Weisman, one of the founding members of the Eugene Mutual Aid Society in  Oregon: http://www.eugenemutualaidsociety.org 
 

The topic was anarchy, a term that is often misunderstood to mean chaos. It actually means "leaderless," a point that needs to be understood to recognize the value of anarchical efforts like Occupy and Soldiers For Peace International. Anarchy is nothing more than a pure form of democracy where people take care of people and help them achieve self-sufficiency rather than depending on government to meet their needs.

We cannot advance the cause of democracy in America if its citizens do not share a common language. We have to help each other understand that our goals are the same: Freedom from big government controlled by corporate interests. We can only do that by helping each other achieve freedom from an economy that depends on debt slavery to maintain control over the population.

Whether you choose to label yourself as conservative, liberal or independent that is a goal we can all get behind. While we work to destroy corporate rule in America we can and must prepare for the self-sustainable economy with which we must replace our self-centered and self-destructive one.

 

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