[permaculture] Libertarian Municipalism & Permaculture

Lawrence London lfljvenaura at gmail.com
Thu Oct 23 23:40:34 EDT 2014

That is wonderful, Bob. Thanks for the followup.
It is not too late to adopt village democracy, bringing empowerment, clout,
semi-autonomy to citizens throughout the USA. First, communities need to
devise ways for people without jobs to earn a living.
Solution: public works projects, grow food on open public or
loaned-corporate land; use vacant building to set up manufacturing with
training for employees who
will become owner/employees. Thousands of possibilities. A great starting
point, substitute good water, nutritious food and exercise for alcohol,
tobacco and drugs;
live clean and free, never look back.

On Thu, Oct 23, 2014 at 3:12 PM, Bob Waldrop <bob at bobwaldrop.net> wrote:

> Neighborhood assemblies are one of the tactics advocated in my iPermie
> book on urban permaculture for developing local systems.
> Here is the chapter on "Precinct Community Assemblies".
> http://www.ipermie.net/pca.pdf
> Bob Waldrop, Okie City
> On 10/23/2014 12:30 PM, Lawrence London wrote:
>> [Libertarian Municipalism & Permaculture: Could they co-exist in a
>> synergistic relationship, mutually beneficial to one another?]
>> Murray Bookchin and Libertarian municipalism
>> I had heard of Murray Bookchin long ago but never knew what his work was
>> about.
>> This is why the years 1950 to 1980 are so incredibly important. Amazing
>> thinking and how I never ran across this before is beyond me.
>> We should be paying more attention to the Kurds, and the Yazidis too.
>> Libertarian municipalism - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
>> http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Libertarian_municipalism
>> Libertarian Municipalism: an ideology adopted by the Kurds currently
>> fighting ISIS: "The overriding problem is to change the structure of
>> society so that people gain power. The best arena to do that is the
>> municipality (village) where we have an opportunity to create a
>> face-to-face democracy." (en.wikipedia.org)
>> http://www.reddit.com/r/Green
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