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  1. Organic Revolution
    18th November 2014 01:16
    Organic Revolution
    I'm real bad at being back. I am super busy with working, being a dad, organizing, writing, traveling. Its nice to see some people I recognize though. Its good to see you back!
  2. dirty doxxer
    11th November 2014 00:07
    dirty doxxer
    Hahaha seriously? That's wonderful.
  3. The Feral Underclass
    9th November 2014 11:16
    The Feral Underclass
    You're a terrible person
  4. The Feral Underclass
    9th November 2014 08:43
    The Feral Underclass
    My birthday is in a month. I want you to buy me a Scalar Energy Pendant.
  5. The Garbage Disposal Unit
    6th November 2014 15:52
    The Garbage Disposal Unit
    Yeah, STI was part of a group of anarchists who joined the PCR/RCP ( all together. I wish I knew more of the details (they were anarchists, then "mass line anarchists", then full on MLMs, but those broad strokes are my only familiarity with the development).
    It's funny, Maoists and anarchists here seem to draw on the same constituencies, and carry out some similar activities. Part of me thinks that, if there weren't a developing anarchist organization here (Halifax) with combative and anti-colonial politics, and some sense of strategy, the PCR would probably step in and fill the void.
  6. Cosmonaut
    30th October 2014 23:24
    lul that elphantband next to it
  7. The Garbage Disposal Unit
    28th October 2014 16:37
    The Garbage Disposal Unit
    STI - Ran into him a few times. He visited Halifax a few years ago. He's a supporter of the RCP, who seem very eager to develop cadre out here, so I wouldn't be surprised to see him again in the near-ish future. I might attend the congress of the Revolutionary Student Movement for kicks (they've offered a travel subsidy), so I wouldn't be surprised if he were there. Canada is small.

    And, yeah, I didn't know LSD super-well, but him and CyM were good buds, so we crossed paths a few times.
  8. The Feral Underclass
    28th October 2014 12:05
    The Feral Underclass
    Thanks for the heads up
  9. Mistress Sinistra
    13th October 2014 19:50
    Mistress Sinistra
    Btw thanks, I'll reply soon
  10. Campesin@ Fuerte
    1st October 2014 07:53
    Campesin@ Fuerte
    Thanks friend. I'd say something along the lines of "que se pudre la chota", but half of that might be regional slag. lol. That's good to though, I just never heard much of a spanish equivalent. My spanish speaking culture has always been anti-cop anyway so it's never been necessary to make it clear. lol
    Does Chicano really mean the same as it used to? Where I live chicanos are usually seen as the hybrid hispanic/american rap culture type. Also hispanic descendants that usually speak little to no spanish. I'm usually referred to as paisa due to my taste in music and strong ties to regional mexican culture. It's all the same shit anyway, and fuck Mexico and every nation. yada yada!
    Nice talk and mutual view of police

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    [formerly Cthenthar]

    Revolutionaries don't spend all day on a messageboard. Action is realisation of the polemic.

    "When the lie returns to the mouth of the powerful, our voice of fire will speak again." - quote EZLN

    “Development develops inequality.” ― Eduardo Galeano, Open Veins of Latin America: Five Centuries of the Pillage of a Continent


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