This Land Ain’t My Land

Privatization is a cancer. I pray we still have time left to heal.

Photo by Courtney Hall on Unsplash

The day I really knew that property was theft was a Thursday in August just like this, three years ago. The guy who’d brought me hitchhiking was getting on my nerves, but he knew the way to the anarchist camp-out and I didn’t know a damn thing. We met a couple of Irish backpackers who’d wandered down from…

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Essays on practical spiritual awakening, revolutionary social change, and why they’re the same thing.

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Anna Mercury

Into real democracy and being happy. www.allgodsnomasters.com

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