A Decentralised World By Peter West

     While surfing the net in my woollen underwear and wet suit, I by accident came across this great quote about the decentralised world:

"This is what we humans call Planet Earth. A big, blue-green mass of globular rotation with a surface of around 510 million km².
Now, as you will observe, it is shown without borders or boundaries. Not because we National-Anarchists believe in the abolition of borders and boundaries, of course, the more the merrier, but due to the fact that we do not recognise the existing territories governed by the various nation-states or imperialist empires. We have turned our backs on their territorial designs and believe that fresh micronations must come into being; i.e. those formed by ordinary tribes, families and individuals.

This is the beginning of a new world at the expense of the old. Not the planet itself, which we hope to replenish, but to the economic designs of the boardroom cartographers who are helping to destroy the great multiplicity that still endures.

Look carefully and you will see the real world. Go ahead, take it. By all means respect the flora and fauna, but forget about ‘England’, ‘Germany’ and ‘Sweden’, countries which no longer reflect the ethnic or cultural aspirations of the peoples who settled and founded them originally.
Discover your micronation, plant a flag in your own little piece of soil, surround yourself with those you love and live your life in the way that you choose.

The world must become a rich and diverse canvas upon which to paint a billion organic landscapes and multiverses. In short, we must raise the periphery at the expense of the core.”
- Troy Southgate

    I have never previously heard of Mr. Southgate, but I must concur with his sentiment.

 

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