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My Introduction

Post by Neil on Wed Oct 19, 2011 1:47 pm


Hiya all this is Neil. Ive helped out on Sat down town and been hanging around here online for a while but thought I should take the time to say hello properly.
Im an old skool anarchist/activist living in Diss. Which is the main reason I cannot get down to the camp everynight. Train costs £8 each time

I love the Occupy Idea and have been following and helping anonymous n lulzsec for a while now.
Anything I can fit around my daughters school day and my dwindling money supplies I will do. With half term coming I should be able to stay over night a few times.
The founding principles behind this action are dear to my heart and I hope we stay true to the non hierachical ethos including decision by consensus.
If I can be of any help whatsoever, just ask.

Neil

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Re: My Introduction

Post by PhilG on Thu Oct 20, 2011 9:19 am

Hi Neil. Nice credentials Wink It is a difficult balancing act because a lot of people bring strong personal ideas, but at the same time we want to include as many of the "99%" as possible. We are having to find ways to stay true to our own beliefs while accommodating others. As we grow we will be including many who have never been politicised before, and we have to avoid the old "Judean Peoples Front" syndrome where people have to pass some sort of test for political purity! I guess it's about respect.

PhilG

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Re: My Introduction

Post by Neil on Thu Oct 20, 2011 12:46 pm

Absolutely.
I am actually quite pleasently suprised at just how many of the people I have met have as you say never been politicizied. It add a fresh outlook to things that I think can only be a positive thing.

Neil

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