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Burned out by all the critical race theory/wokeness present in much of the homesteading/permaculture/intentional community scene? You’re not the only one!

Me and my partner are in the research stages to form a community in one of the following states: Idaho, Washington, Montana, Alaska, Nevada or Utah. We’ve tentatively picked these states as they tend to be pretty free states to live. Our golden rule is the nonaggression principle. We are voluntarists, consent matters for every aspect of life. Our goal is to preserve individual freedom while protecting others rights and developing a community that supports each other. Life is easier (and more fun) when building a house or planting an orchard isn’t drudgery, it’s instead a work party and a potluck.

As voluntarists we believe the right to self preservation/self defense is innate.

Property would be bought as a land trust and all members would be trustees, everyone has a stake in the game and no one is above anyone else. Any taxes would be divided fairly across all members.

As a community I would like to see natural building and sustainable practices as much as possible but whatever individuals choose to do on their portion would be left to them short of something extreme like dumping toxic waste upstream of someone’s water supply.

If this interests you we’d love to hear from you!
 
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Yes, yes, yes. Love it. Looking at the same states. Please email me let's talk. Opal.althoff@gmail.com
 
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Opal-Lia Palmer wrote:Yes, yes, yes. Love it. Looking at the same states. Please email me let's talk. Opal.althoff@gmail.com



Just sent a message, looking forward to hearing from you!
 
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Sounds very interesting.  Sent you a "purple mooseage".

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Keep me updated , might need to bugout someday.
 
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And you might add Wyoming to that list.
 
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Dan Steinicke wrote:Sounds very interesting.  Sent you a "purple mooseage".

Dan



Just sent an email
 
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Miles Flansburg wrote:Keep me updated , might need to bugout someday.



Are you thinking more as a bugout vs preemptively moving? I imagine you’re already in the region then?
 
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Also if I ever forget about this post a year later or something, anyone can email me at vaugeri22@gmail.com if they’re interested.
 
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I'm interested. I sent you a purple moosage.
 
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We are also tired of the woke/cancel culture that is polarizing society and creating a world without empathy. Hollywood and the Bilderbergs are dividing people and outlawing logic. My family is ready to sell our home and live with like-minded people who can see through the attempted fear porn hypnosis that has been spewed upon humanity for much longer than the last 2 years of Covid 19. We would prefer a place a little warmer than the states you mentioned, but geography is not the only factor in destiny, so we're flexible. My wife and I are both employed as long as we have internet access, so we're truly mobile.
 
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