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Landlord’s Change of Heart

10 Mar

Note: possibility-based, y’all. So if you sail in that realm of possibility and want us to lead you out to a free world, then join us. 🙂

Along being front-lines with the Occupy experience, along with the crimes of wall street, has taught me the rhythm and ways of one of the worst crimes ever convicted upon humanity, that of real estate. Property ownership is a bad piece of financial alchemy, which created a double value of the land when settlers (colonizers) got here. Not only do you have the forested tierra that was there, which gives its value to you of open arms, but also the title deed to the area, which is property tradable – a double value. This title deed was fraudulent – stolen by a process of “discovery” set forth by the Papal bull, here: http://risetogether.weebly.com/blog/the-vatican-hold-title-to-your-land and in Johnson v. McIntosh:

Papal Bull native americans

I have been reading and it appears that land was stolen from people who had no concept of ownership. ./”The legalities of colonization appeared settled. Patent and possession sufficed, acquiring title to land by purchase from the Indians was not necessary”./

 

What happened was that private property became us, it allows you to build on and to improve. We have divided up nearly all of the country, and Capitalism’s raging bulls*** wall street death machine cannibalized our whole nation, continent before that alchemy. It would other planets, too.. and what we’re finding now is that folks from at least two generations are not attracted to that money, just the things that it gets them, if anything. We need to amend that shallow greed attached with ownership in order to progress. The approach and movement caters to houses and free apartments/condos. This can be living of the future, won’t you be a part?

How to engage, a large (the largest body of humanity ever in an online movement) portion of cities, urban and rural, into a new free system?

How about rent-to-own? huge: http://money.usnews.com/money/personal-finance/articles/2014/01/22/is-rent-to-own-or-contract-for-deed-right-for-you

and a form example

Let’s treat you as a human, getting beyond the addiction: A large movement has formed to give everyone the basics and soon advanced stuff as we gain larger cities. The providing of everything free benefits you the owner, too, though not as payment, as a human. Be like Mark Hesse, 52, who gave a building to Occupy Detroit:

“I don’t see any politicians doing what these kids are doing,” Hesse said. “They are sincere people who are frustrated. I wanted to help them.”

And so Hesse let Occupy Detroit use the building he owns on Michigan Avenue. This year, they cleaned up the place and turned it into a brightly colored and inviting space. (article)

Be a part, eg, source person is okay no rent. We are the 99%. From a way that was hazardous to our personal health, psychology, communities, and Earth, many are now choosing a way that is opposed to Capitalism; to motivate differently; many of us understand the why, so this site is to mark the quest from now such that anyone can get their utilities and basics made, and with a very simple tool and materials set.

Abolish the institution of rent. And/or get enough for your concerned self with a rent-to-own lease contract. (For apartments, how about 600/month -> 2500 own, with option to put it back in the pool any time.) Let’s do this together. Landlords’ Change of Heart.

Sincerely/Love,

Ed “Ché” Miller

Absolutely incredible post: #github

17 Apr

How fucking cool is this????

Absolutely incredible post: #github

If you like it, follow me! Press “edit” on any one of the documents to propose which submits a “pull request” and also puts a copy to yours. If you don’t like it, don’t!

This is how democracy and progress could be made in a noncapitalist future, too . 😉

This being, fighting words…. #facebook

12 Apr

As soon as censorship starts, get ready for the alternative to be there quickly. http://webchat.freenode.net

So what’s the plan, anons????

Evie McKnight, and StormSec also banned April, 2014

Simple links on doin’ it right.

30 Jan

Here on Eddiemill.wordpress.com I’ve advocated for more people growing their own food, and farmers diversifying, for a long time. Now all the more relevant, let’s not use money. Food comes, it does, bread and pantry and community meals, and without using green paper, well, all these solutions once they are started are spread for free. I’m addicted to sugar & alcohol, the internet, coffee weed tobacco like all y’all. Manifest, free-cycle, barter, upcycle…. These links – keep up we will break capitalism.

Oyster Mushrooms in a Laundry Basket – http://www.instructables.com/id/Oyster-Mushrooms-in-a-Laundry-Basket/?ALLSTEPS

How to make your own Kombucha SCOBY – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F3TN54s_ezA (anyone who keeps one will also give you one)

How to make sourdough starter -> sourdough beer (from flour and water, then barley malt though? Or apple wine….) https://sites.google.com/site/windintheroses/sourdoughbeer

Grow your own sugar cane, from a single cutting. http://www.wikihow.com/Plant-Sugar-Cane

& UPCYCLE WASTE! Big time. More pics coming soon.

Hello! A new garden for peace and Earth harmony.

29 May

Northwest Berkeley permanent farm campus:
http://urbanadamah.org/about-us/
and press release at constantcontact http://library.constantcontact.com/download/get/file/1103700524626-548/PressRelease_May29.pdf

And, another one kicking off soon in San Francisco, which would be balancing the above as a Free farm.
http://architectsofanewdawn.ning.com/events/liberate-the-land-direct-action-to-plant-food-and-hold-space?xg_source=activity

Capitalism and alternative. 5.13.2013. 99%.

13 May

Your best bet is to build an alternative that works without capitalism.

Capitalism and alternative.

Best outcome for the 99%.

Wall Street? I wouldn’t have my money there..

There are some of my thinking from a long time here which are, very relevant. Will it happen this way? No way. Should be quite different, and interesting.

1 May

Oakland, East Bay, I love you: says it correctly some of the frustrations I’ve had with the food system. See “The Monsanto Protection Act.”