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  64. A Cyber-Vegan Anarchist Manifesto
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  66.  Part One: Genesis
  67.  
  68.  We're heading towards an indissoluble merger between ecology and economy. Animal domestication, cross-species organ transplants, cloning, CRISPR, bio-engineering, fruit trees. It's all part of a longer-term project to fuse the 'natural' and 'human' worlds into one entity. We're going to see capitalism escape ecological limits by transferring the expanded reproduction of capital into cellular division. Value becomes DNA. Trees make microwaves. Humans are assimilated into mushroom colonies. This is the future.
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  70.  Part Two: Tantalus
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  72.  The authoritarian bloc of traditional understanding is over. The genetic landscape isn't static, but in constant flux. Religion, patriarchy, communism, ethics and artistic expression of creativity are largely bound by direct observation of biology and the natural world. Animal domestication, cross-species organ transplants, cloning, fruit trees. It's all part of a longer-term project to fuse the 'natural' and 'human' worlds into one entity. We're going to see capitalism escape ecological limits by transferring the expanded reproduction of capital into cellular division. Value becomes DNA. Trees make microwaves. Humans are assimilated into mushroom colonies. This is the future. We get thrown out, so I'm going to burn some metadata.​ __________>> Anonymous 8/8/17(Fri)09:51 No.14821339 @Nicoline_Thertz @JaquelineVives @LeLutto Subject: Re: Something's Humpin' In Mine Graves
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  74. Written by: Verso
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  78. I dunno a lot about FaEl, but when it comes to HK, I agree with LeLutto that this idea seems a little bit overdone. I mean, having a gross skeleton trail, ect, all throughout the room strikes me as more than a little off balance. I mean, maybe I'm just a prude for drawing that line so strongly, but then again, I'm also okay with this being slightly over the top to begin with. The seer part is a little bit scary, but at the same time, it doesn't feel as 'nooinky' as I could've thought.
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  82. I should probably mention that I'm a person of color. The range of colors in this game, though it kinda brings to mind the horror literature of the 60s and 70s, doesn't really bother me nearly as much as the particular types of colors used in this game. Like how she came across as a bit of a racist stereotype at first, but I have to admit that I just want to play a game that really reminds me of being young and talking to a creepy girl who has green skin instead of black.
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  86. Summary: ...whiff...
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  90. Part Three: Masterpiece
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  94. So, I think something's dampening my enjoyment of the game. The author is a little over the top. Maybe not only that, but the tones are so extreme, not only for the content, but for the use of language. Her metaphoric language is so overwrought with contradiction and erasure and the cannibal scenes are straight up anachronisms. However, I'm not the only one who is getting a little something knocked back. The reviewers are a lot more critical.
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  98. There's no disputing that HK is a game about the theme of cannibals. It's about how it is possible to be eaten. The ambiguity of the Meenaks having both an obsession and an aversion to eating other sentient beings, the tension between the outside and within, the narrator flirting with being eaten yet never really making it... all of this stuff is more honest and artistic than this mix of narrative mundanity and cultural bombast. The punk thing isn't too bad, or at least it doesn't bother me a lot. The ugly dead meat jokes are great. I mean, there are a lot of racist jokes in this game, and I guess, I guess, in "trans-humanism" as well. But it's not bad, it's just... natural and a little oversaturated. Maybe that's my trigger warning telling me this isn't the game for me.
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  102. So... really, the best thing I can say about this game is that it's a lot of fun. It definitely harkens back to early 90s Doom and Rainbow Six. That stuff was great. The author really captures the frantic hecticness of those games as well. I am glad to see that old school FPS glory is getting revived in new media. Better late than never, I guess. My only other "concern" with the game is that it might be a little over the top. It certainly feels like it's about getting a meal. I don't know. It is a feast, after all.
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  106. So... that's it for me. Thank you, Anti-nazi NeoFuturist, for
  107. Sample, 2  of  6
  108. A Cyber-Vegan Anarchist Manifesto
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  110.  Part One: Genesis
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  112.  We're heading towards an indissoluble merger between ecology and economy. Animal domestication, cross-species organ transplants, cloning, CRISPR, bio-engineering, fruit trees. It's all part of a longer-term project to fuse the 'natural' and 'human' worlds into one entity. We're going to see capitalism escape ecological limits by transferring the expanded reproduction of capital into cellular division. Value becomes DNA. Trees make microwaves. Humans are assimilated into mushroom colonies. This is the future.
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  114.  Part Two: We Have a Plot, We Don't Need Heists
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  118. I'm that guy. One of the eponymous "I"s of Spookhouse. I've had enough of this. The institution of technology is not a 'civilization' though I don't think I would have told you this as a thirteen year old. Actually, I am a birthing technology expert by trade but I've never had one child in my life. Of course, I'm not but I do believe that technological problems could only be solved by more technological solutions. I don't trust people to come up with them so we're going to program machines to solve them. I've got a plot.
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  122. I recently started programming a super-villain brain. I'm going to use biochemistry to grow my hapless creations in vats. These creations will see outside the world, experience the outside world, and then respond in real time to external stimuli. This is what I did with Giraffes. I grew them in vats and asked them how long they could walk. There are all sorts of questions you can ask a brain at any given moment but let's get a baseline. I have two new computer brains, one computer brain that knows how to bring food to the brain and one brain that knows how to keep itself alive. I've built them in the time that non-academic transhumanists (people who don't believe that progress can be stopped) can afford to think about it. Which, in the interest of fairness, is just an hour.
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  126. What are the moral issues raised by creating these super-villains? We need a catalyst. We need a use case to justify gene modification. The psychopath genes and the patriots genes. I made a couple super-villains and let me tell you how they were transformed. Everyone says we should protect the natural world. Not many of us understand just how artificial we've made it. I must confess to a distaste for the un-natural. The unrestrained use of genetic technology is all wrong. I won't take your money to sterilize politicians. That would be an act of cruelty but sterilization isn't always the best way to achieve liberal ends. The one thing I can offer you is a distraction. I will give you one half of a plot of an entirely biochemically inspired super villain brain. If you contribute enough money you could own half a super-villain brain.
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  130. Pick your side. Just choose the side that isn't me.
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  134. I am that guy. The guy you see in the movie when his face is blown off. The guy who likes his ice-cream made from maple syrup. The guy who you ask to turn you on by talking techno. That guy is now dead. I am that guy who wants to get rid of you. I am that guy who's going to help you realize your radical destiny. All I'm asking is a simple capricious favor.
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  138. Don't vote for this guy. He doesn't care about anyone. You did. You're the one who brought him to the forefront of technology. I'm the one who can help you bring him to his end. But I'm going to ask you to do one thing. Don't vote for this guy. Don't do anything. Seriously. Just don't vote for this guy. He's the obvious one. Either that or vote for that guy who has a tidy plot. Or that guy who has the most vats, or whatever.<|endoftext|>Check out this awesome fur stroller from Joe's Toy Store.
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  142. They ship internationally.
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  144. Packaging is 4 pt thick screen printed paper. Styling is black satin. There are two rubber balls on the seat. The controller hangs underneath the screen showing the power button. Pictures and a more full description after the break.
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  148. This is the first one I've bought so I have no idea about the ease of use. Click on the picture to see a larger version.
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  152. While I'm not as confident as I will be in 3D printing, I do have some knowledge about being a carpenter. So while you can have a nice sturdy working stroller, it does cost a little bit. But I'm all about cost when it comes to well made products, so I'm all about saving my wallet. Plus, these st
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  154. A Cyber-Vegan Anarchist Manifesto
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  156.  Part One: Genesis
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  158.  We're heading towards an indissoluble merger between ecology and economy. Animal domestication, cross-species organ transplants, cloning, CRISPR, bio-engineering, fruit trees. It's all part of a longer-term project to fuse the 'natural' and 'human' worlds into one entity. We're going to see capitalism escape ecological limits by transferring the expanded reproduction of capital into cellular division. Value becomes DNA. Trees make microwaves. Humans are assimilated into mushroom colonies. This is the future.
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  160.  Part Two: Do you want to be one of the first monsters to emerge from these two sub-strata?
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  164. Mankind's ancestry: Glitches or biophilia? Are you an amphibian or a fish? Do you bite people?
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  166. Pollinate one tiny tree branch with your sense of touch, only to find it grow up in another branch.
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  170. A rich variety of growth patterning can be achieved through mutation, but whatever you change, your body is hosed full of all the information that comes from outside sources.
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  174. Knowledge is available, but as all good scientists say, this is the only way to explain it.
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  178. The internet as a unifying system has revealed how information can be stored and shared in ways that don't require fixed links to exact genomes. All humans share a common platform on which information is transmitted that's directed toward the benefit of all.
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  182. When I take photos on my phone, all the software combines from all my cameras on a single cloud. If there is something in one camera that should be there in another camera, the software recognises the two cameras and uses the software to merge them. Do you know what this means? You can take photographs and videos with your camera in one hand and your fingers in front of you with your other hand and the software recombines the images automatically to produce the optimal result. Do you know how this effectively scales down to a personal biocosmos? (Stretching)
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  186. Fluorescent polarisation-accelerated DNA (termed something like QR code from here on in) is an attempt to link DNA stored in bits to code for a system that has been designed to recognise and extract information in way that's algorithmically efficient.
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  190. Embedded in electronic devices will be patterns of sub-microscopic nanowires just thousands of times smaller than a human hair. These electrical wires will interconnect every atom in the human body. Since it's a lot less complicated to describe wireless communication on a computer than in a cell phone, and can even be done with the cheapest microcontrollers currently on the market, we're looking at quite a decentralized distributed information architecture.
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  194. Digital storage molecules will be released by a big biotech company and secretly delivered to a major retail store. They will be given out free by enthusiastic animals to entrepreneurs who will make those molecules into vials you can take out of your body and introduce the molecules into your body through a recipe on your smartphone. You may not even realise you took the pill.
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  198. Retail stores will be filled with interchangeable molecules that can be mixed and matched to create vials which people can put in their bodies. The molecules will just be molecules. There won't be any questions about genetic modifications.
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  202. Digital identity is hard to build. Thanks to blockchain technology, every molecule in the human body can be encrypted to a digital identity on the internet. For each molecule, every molecular data field in that molecule will have its own data field in the public ledger.
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  206. Determined to discover the truth about whether this is a new paradigm for personalized delivery, I created an identity and molecule labeling app in a weekend. There's a lot more backstory, but the theme is an optimistic creative-disruptive future founded in science and technology. The app isn't supposed to make a naive argument about genetic modification for good. I'm just hypothesizing about how these digital molecules could be used to create a decentralized personalised delivery network.
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  214. Part Three: DNA 985^1394 - a Digital Repair Scenario
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  218. The database of cleavage fractures that stores DNA fragments.
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  220. Is the breaking apart of fragments good or bad? The boundary between the two cultures is a fragile frontier where preserving a piece of DNA is easy and transmitting it is difficult, meaning that there's no way of knowing how much mutation is beneficial and how much is harmful.
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  224. Him and Jean-Karlophe think it's potentially good.
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  232. Article Courtesy of Pedro Martins, page: Mariano Rocha & Josefine Simoes
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  234. Document Courtesy of Lisa Matar
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  242. Science fiction devices are everywhere. The world we live in is being slowly fractured. The process can be taken one step further by recombining the old technology with the new
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  246.  Part One: Genesis
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  248.  We're heading towards an indissoluble merger between ecology and economy. Animal domestication, cross-species organ transplants, cloning, CRISPR, bio-engineering, fruit trees. It's all part of a longer-term project to fuse the 'natural' and 'human' worlds into one entity. We're going to see capitalism escape ecological limits by transferring the expanded reproduction of capital into cellular division. Value becomes DNA. Trees make microwaves. Humans are assimilated into mushroom colonies. This is the future.
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  250.  Part Two: You Don't Know What You've Got 'Em Like
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  254. Everyone wants to know: What would this look like? What are your plans?
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  256. In this large, sudden change, how will people adjust to the new way of living? This is the problem. I don't think people want to adjust to a nomadic lifestyle, a hidden life. It doesn't seem human to me. Not at all. When I look at civilization I don't see an organism, but a chain of objects that moves through time. So what are people doing on a daily basis? What do they have over their heads? These seem to be the questions we are forced to ask, right now. Unfortunately, we're not familiar with these questions. We are accustomed to the demands of an enterprise to grow better and sell more goods, but to radically question these entities - especially its effects on our physical bodies - is radical indeed. And here we are on the frontier of that territory. And anyone who wants to change it is driven out or digested. The culture that we believe exists now - there's a variation on this but there's something quite fundamental at stake here. If we do not find a way to practice a regime of a much different nature, then we will disappear entirely. But we do not know if the present culture will continue to exist. And we're not trying to re-construct it. We want it gone. We want capitalism to cease. It is our birthright.
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  260. Unnatural Death and Non-Sexual Intercourse - The Problem of Sex The dilemmas of a civilization that has devolved into an outpost of infotopia, only to be replaced by an outpost of domestication is not just the physicality of its members. It is the belief that our bodies - our heterotic bodies - are artificial and must be used in a designated way. Self-control and moral restraint have come to be viewed as violations of nature. We cannot reclaim what we wish to be like, because this is our 'nature', and by feeling of being born with certain urges is to adopt certain behaviors. This knowledge was not received lightly, but was forced upon us by this same world view. Until we look at it on a grander scale, we're doomed to repeat our poverty.
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  264. Radical Veganism: This Mainspring of Life and Order What has sex got to do with politics? Nothing. But sometimes a campaign of some sort is needed. It might be as small as a vote count in some national election or as massive as an all-out assault on the forces of hierarchy and control in the grain industry, for the cause of animal liberation. And an eco-feminist feminism, like the one outlined in this manifesto, can help people create a culture where people dare to think beyond the confines of their gender, their race, their class, their nationality, their sexual orientation. If we look deeply enough into ourselves we may discover that the majority of what we call 'love' is simply intimacy with the self, with nature, with one another. If we look deeply enough into ourselves we may discover that the majority of what we call 'love' is simply intimacy with the self, with nature, with one another. But it's hard work. It is to allow a self-confidence to develop. That is how we fight. Until then, this disease shall continue to spread.<|endoftext|>The Santa Ana City Council Tuesday night gave final approval for the late-night Uber service, with council members giving the service a 2-0 vote.The council's approval comes despite opposition from taxi drivers and cabbies, including Orange County Democratic party chairman Tom Adams, who said in a statement that he was "very troubled" by the Uber project. Adams said he had concerns about the regulation of Uber's drivers being left up to a sole taxi regulatory agency and that the city has not provided enough information about the project."The Uber proposal should be blocked," Adams said. "This proposal will not work for drivers who will have to spend more time and energy giving rides to people who don't care for the city. This proposal will not work for customers who will have terrible problems finding safe and affordable taxis. The City Council should block this proposal and put the focus back on regulating the taxis and be consistent with all of the other cities in Orange County."Councilman Michele Martinez said the council was aware of drivers and customers having issues with the
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  268.  Part One: Genesis
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  270.  We're heading towards an indissoluble merger between ecology and economy. Animal domestication, cross-species organ transplants, cloning, CRISPR, bio-engineering, fruit trees. It's all part of a longer-term project to fuse the 'natural' and 'human' worlds into one entity. We're going to see capitalism escape ecological limits by transferring the expanded reproduction of capital into cellular division. Value becomes DNA. Trees make microwaves. Humans are assimilated into mushroom colonies. This is the future.
  271.  
  272.  Part Two: It Has to Work Right
  273.  
  274.  
  275.  
  276. A) Well, no.
  277.  
  278.  
  279.  
  280. B) No 'however', seriously. Plants and animals will not produce a brain as sophisticated as ours on their own. The limit is not in the technology - it's in the necessity of growing human-beings organically. Nothing will work until you can replicate organisms, not add nerves. Our brains, in their current form, are not sufficiently 'clean' - they can communicate poorly and invest in connectivity when no mind is present - when we are in the midst of eating large amounts of meat. We need to burn off a large proportion of our metabolic 'steam', because we are starting to splatter it on stone. All we need to do is eat meat regularly. Calf's test the same as foie gras. Pigs spend their entire life either exporting their energy or replicating it through tissue (even when denied meat, they quickly learn how to procreate). The reason the rat-colony still works at all is because it only takes a small amount of energy to pass to human, then around 4 calories for the transfer. This is a 100% efficient system. Water is also an incredibly efficient method of transferring energy and potential throughout the brain and body. Let's look at mammals - typically a lion only needs about 3-4 cups of water to maintain a 2000 calorie daily intake. While Cows, Pigs, and Elk spend a lot of energy filtering water, they also secrete a lot of waste products. When you're chewing raw meat, how many calories are stripped from the crumbs by the bacteria in your gut before they can be absorbed? 300? 500? 1000? The more meat you eat, the more water-burn you need. This is why hydrating with fresh water while you're in the process of eating, is actually incredibly beneficial for humans - it burns off around 10-20% of your brain.
  281.  
  282.  
  283.  
  284. C) Ah, I see. So our brains are an ecosystem too?
  285.  
  286.  
  287.  
  288. D) Uh, no. Humans aren't going to replace kangaroos and pandas. Nor are we going to use up the huge spaces humans currently occupy. Even if we had a civilisation a million times bigger than the current human population, we wouldn't have enough room to pack our cells in through a KFC billboard. I'm saying that we would have to either cut ourselves open or drop the percentage of meat we use.
  289.  
  290.  
  291.  
  292. E) Well, then I guess we've settled down. I think if they decided to produce brains just like theirs but without the meat, they would have to start with the bone. ...or a pig. The reason why these have the largest brains and organic levels of methane to ATP ratio is that they are the most efficient producers. Bones and flesh both produce 13C-hydroxy-2,2-dione. Ultimately, there's no inherent reason why a foodstuff has to be organic, nor why multiple foods have to be organically produced. Eating meat is much more of a cultural and cultural condition than it is a natural one.
  293.  
  294.  
  295.  
  296. F) [Sigh] So, very sorry to keep interrupting your ideology. But I'm just really concerned that, like trees, we will be modified. I mean, if the sum of the genome is modelled as a circle, which has a radius of human-square, around all the animal cells, is that 'unnatural'?
  297.  
  298.  
  299.  
  300. G) Absolutely. Growth and adaptation to changing conditions is 'unnatural'.
  301.  
  302.  
  303.  
  304. H) Um, well, then there must be a limit. When the natural enough becomes too small for human-halves to thrive within the time scale it requires, what's the next step?
  305.  
  306.  
  307.  
  308. I) The only possible next step would be dyes or poisonous substances, and if you want to reduce industrial use in your environment, you need to decrease your own consumption. It would be better to chew on an oak twig, or a dead bird, or a white streak in bedsheets. The reason I say this is to refute the argument that attempts to satisfy demand, without taxing the system's ability to produce in order to be sustainable. You can only fix things if the throughput is small. If the throughput is infinite, there's nothing to do but learn to live with extreme suffering for an infinite amount of time, as the product
  309. Sample, 6  of  6
  310. A Cyber-Vegan Anarchist Manifesto
  311.  
  312.  Part One: Genesis
  313.  
  314.  We're heading towards an indissoluble merger between ecology and economy. Animal domestication, cross-species organ transplants, cloning, CRISPR, bio-engineering, fruit trees. It's all part of a longer-term project to fuse the 'natural' and 'human' worlds into one entity. We're going to see capitalism escape ecological limits by transferring the expanded reproduction of capital into cellular division. Value becomes DNA. Trees make microwaves. Humans are assimilated into mushroom colonies. This is the future.
  315.  
  316.  Part Two: The End is Nigh
  317.  
  318.  
  319.  
  320. Meat is meat, silk is silk. Or into meat, into silk. Perhaps primitivism, or even anarchism, will step into the wake of the non-linear progression of these processes. It's not over yet. The ouroboros has turned round, and this is the end of civilization. But the end will be far worse than any initial environmental disaster. Through what we now know as climate change and mass extinction, we have already begun tearing the fabric of our economic order. We will stop at nothing to replace this with an absolute value system based on eugenics and forced procreation. We are fast approaching - or perhaps already are - the anthropogenic genocide that might pave the way for our ecologically-futile/genocidal experiment to succeed. We may begin to resemble the promise of colonization. From the top down: the super-rich, the corporate conglomerates, and the pesticide and genetic testing conglomerates. From the bottom up: working-class people, minorities, indigenous peoples, the environment, and Gaia.
  321.  
  322.  
  323.  
  324. Part Three: Transition
  325.  
  326.  
  327.  
  328. This is the transition. We're ushering in the "Year of the Transition". We can't see it yet, but we're saying goodbye to everything now. But it's going to be a miserable goodbye. In a few decades, we will become decadent, terminally self-contaminated. We'll squander lives, suppress radical visions, eliminate weaknesses in our post-capitalist experiment, focus the current wealth and wealth-generating potential of this system on maximum replication, and keep us locked in an endless feedback loop of capitalist growth and collapse. Together with the antibiotics and cancer killing alchemizing strategies of the rich, we'll allow for our brains to atrophy and the spleen to atrophy first. Our brains will keep us creative, but our spleens will keep us decadent, barbaric, paranoid, and dangerous.
  329.  
  330.  
  331.  
  332. Part Four: Liberation
  333.  
  334.  
  335.  
  336. It's only just begun. Our highest goal is true liberation. But we're not yet strong enough to take radical action to eliminate human/ecological damage and turn this into a truly anarchist economy and civilization. But one day, not long after civilization's collapse, we may be both strong enough and practiced enough to take the key action of a total/totalizing revolution, and that's liberation.
  337.  
  338.  
  339.  
  340. I hope this manifesto has inspired you to prepare and plan to make the transition. Stay healthy, stay underground, stay in cities. Ride out capitalist entropy. Be vegan. Take part in the end times by supporting communities. Stay off wireless networks. Look after the soil, the forest, the oceans, the wilderness. Kick back, laugh, or give up on this, this loss. -- Alex Carey
  341.  
  342.  
  343.  
  344. Concept Development and Concepts Dictionary
  345.  
  346.  
  347.  
  348. Cyber-Vegan Anarchist Manifesto (June 2015)
  349.  
  350. Introduction to Cyber-Vegan Anarchist Manifesto
  351.  
  352. Resistance Statement
  353.  
  354. Contemporary Anarchist Experiments
  355.  
  356. Transition Project Organization Platform
  357.  
  358. Material Here
  359.  
  360. Excerpted text from Cyber-Vegan Anarchist Manifesto
  361.  
  362. Transition Manifesto
  363.  
  364. If you have downloaded the PDF, have read the text, and agree with it, please consider donating. This allows us to continue publishing it.
  365.  
  366.  
  367.  
  368. <|endoftext|>Imperial Iran is commonly referred to as a fundamentalist and religiously conservative state. Iran's 1970 constitution mandated religious adherence and banned pride in its own past.[1]
  369.  
  370. The major philosophical differences between pro-monarch and anti-monarch factions of the Iranian Revolution are summarized below.[2]
  371.  
  372. Principles of personality [ edit ]
  373.  
  374. Iran's constitution defines Monarchy as a system where one person rules by divine authority, everyone obeys the divine right.
  375.  
  376. It defines Democracy as the balance between the leaders, the people and the Constitution in the spirit of people’s democracy; the consolidation of people’s power over government power and a government dedicated to the public welfare.
  377.  
  378. Ethical [ edit ]
  379.  
  380. Iran considers creation of a republican system to be superior to creation of a hereditary constitutional monarch. Monarchy is considered a divine right, the power of divine intervention.[3]
  381.  
  382. Social [ edit ]
  383.  
  384. In 1979, there were divisions within the Iranian society on how to respond to religious fundamental
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