Obviously it says "broke but in love" to... Wouldn't be hipster if it didn't romanticise poverty

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Some bouji company in town has a fucking Emma Goldman quote on the side of their building and I couldn't be more pissed ://// I hate gentrification and appropriation of Anarchist semiotics so fucking much

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The Met Gala is just a bunch of privileged assholes flaunting their immense wealth and social capital

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PepsiCo suing Indian farmers for growing Pepsi-patented potato seeds is the perfect summary of why I can't support the proliferation of GMOs under Capitalism

i would sell out on all my principles if some corporation sponsored me to be a mukbang youtuber

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The older I get the more I realise that Bookchin was right

I am trying to be be broadly supportive of the Extinction Rebellion movement but the latest controversy which has confirmed that leaders in XR are coordinating to deliberately get their subordinates arrested has made supporting the movement extremely difficult.

Political Nihilism has never achieved anything and offers nothing to anyone. Likewise a "ruthless critique of everything existing" only achieves political inertia and smug satisfaction in armchair theorists as the world around them falls apart. How comfortable it is to criticise everyone else for trying to make the world a better place in which we find it, and how paralysing it must be to be afraid of having the same done to you. If you're not making mistakes you're not making anything.

"What we found in a nationally representative survey of 3,000 American adults was striking. Not only did Americans with lower levels of income and education have fewer technology resources and lower levels of confidence in their ability to protect their digital data, but they also expressed heightened sensitivities about a range of overlapping offline privacy and security harms. This helped to illustrate a critical dimension of digital inequality that is often overlooked; the poor must navigate a matrix of privacy and security vulnerabilities in their daily lives — any of which could dramatically upend their financial, professional or social well-being."

nytimes.com/2019/04/25/opinion

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I am drafting a safer spaces policy for a queer, anarchist space I am involved with. Has anyone got any examples they particularly like or advice on doing this? (boosts welcome)

A Libertarian Socialist reading and social group is being set up in Belfast. If you're in Belfast, NI or the surrounding environs hit me up for more details.

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Sunbeam City is a Libertarian Socialist solarpunk instance. It is ran democratically by a cooperative of like-minded individuals.