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#DiasporaRebelAlliance #Update

Don't think this whole thing is just a flash in the pan, because it's not. I can't sustain the blitz of last weekend's rebel postings. That was the summation of a long term plan and a weeks nights on the GIMP doing the #ArtHarder to produce graphics. Even though the frequency of Rebel postings might slow a little, rest assured this alliance is here to stay and will remain a permanent addition to the diaspora* landscape. Slow and steady is the pace.

As expected, the opposition has been relentless but we are thankful for our many supporters, both overt and covert. You know who you are. ;) I appreciate you all, when t... show more



 


Don't be afraid to get your hands dirty!

Your freedom requires maintenance!


As a prominent dissident on this network I have long been aware that censorship exists even here in Diaspora.
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Don't be afraid to get your hands dirty!

Your freedom requires maintenance!


As a prominent dissident on this network I have long been aware that censorship exists even here in Diaspora. The first time I had an account deleted on me it was on the Cryptospora pod. The podmin did it without any message or warning. Just like that, poof, it was gone. All my data and contacts vanished. All because I was challenging a narrative with a comment he didn't like. Of course I just made a new account, and reconnected with my contacts, but after that I started to keep track of which pods were opposed to people challenging certain narratives. Every time I noticed a fellow dissident having issues with a pod I made a mental note of it. Before long some of them were even messaging me in private, asking me for intel on good pods.

There were also public discussions. Others were offering m... show more


 
#US #Politics #GrassRoots How People's Power Beat Amazon (Part 1) - YouTube
Amazon faced its first major defeat in New York as public opposition reached a boiling point. Grassroots resistance caused Amazon to cancel plans to build its second headquarters there. Many believe Amazon's retreat was a true people's power victory, but some pundits blame activists and politicians opposing Amazon for the loss of an opportunity for the city. The question is how much would Amazon have contributed to the lives of ordinary New Yorkers in the first place? In part 1 of our report on how the people beat Amazon, redfish spoke with the residents and activists about why they resisted Amazon moving to their hood.


 

Remineralize the Earth Launches Fundraising Campaign on Patreon


https://www.patreon.com/RTE/overview

Remineralization utilizes finely ground rock dust and sea-based minerals to restore soils and forests, produce higher yields and more nutritious food, and store carbon in soils to stabilize the climate.

Through our education and outreach, projects, research, and advocacy, Remineralize the Earth facilitates a worldwide movement that brings together gardeners and farmers, scientists and policymakers and the public to create better soils, better food, and a better planet.

Soil is apolitical. Whether you’re liberal or conservative, Democrat or Republican, urban or rural, ride in the bicycle lane or drive a pickup truck, the wellbeing of the Earth matters to everyone. Soil remineralization is simple, intuitively learned, and applicable at the community level. What is required is the planet’s most abundant resource. Rocks! We can move from an era of economics based on scarcity to... show more