Want More Policing OR Permaculture Social Strategies ?

Terry Leahy, the keynote speaker and facilitator for our upcoming mini-conference writes: Policing Ownership of Wealth “Considerable money is devoted to policing the class system of ownership of wealth. Members of the lower classes who challenge this system by developing illegal shortcuts to wealth are attacked with superior force. The state attempts to maintain a monopoly of force and weapons. The middle class is warned and titillated by these stories of subordinate class insurrection. The story warns by letting the middle class reader know how much danger they are in from insurrection, how much they need the state to protect …

BREAKING NEWS: Russ Grayson is Joining Us at the upcoming Mini-Conference 30th April

Russ has been working for decades in the Solomon Islands promoting permaculture with his project http://pacific-edge.info/ He began his permaculture journey in 1985 and has been active in the movement ever since. He will be a great inspiration and leader at our mini-conference. The Mini Conference about Permaculture in Society and Development The Program Is Shaping Up Beautifully After a quick round table, getting to know you we will start with a presentation from Terry, There will be some short presentations from Russ Grayson, Aaron Sorenson, Sheryl Wiffen and the Permablitz team. We will then call for input from all …

Upcoming Permaculture In Society and Development Mini Conference April 30th

Terry Leahy, the facilitator and keynote speaker for our upcoming mini-conference on Permaculture in Society and Development on April 30th has more to share! He comments on the article: How to Hit the Rich Where it Really Hurts Terry writes: “This article proposes a particular kind of tax on the rich. Why is such a tax unlikely to be implemented? One reason is the alliance between the political class and the rich. The other is that the rich will take their investments and money elsewhere if taxes increase. Even a tax on personal property (as proposed here) is not completely …