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Daozen
6th September 2014, 06:22
Few people have talked about the legal sophistry used to keep humans bound to the system.

As we have not mounted a full legal challenge to the occupying government's belligerent actions, liberation is taking a long time. Setting a clear intention on paper may expedite the process.

There's a lot of positive movement, but critical mass hasn't been reached.

Writing a surrender document creates a group intention. It's a powerful act. No one is superior to anyone else on this planet, and we all have a right to a vote, and a voice. The declaration of independence was written by 'a group of guys in a room.'. So why not brainstorm something at Avalon?

What would you write?

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/German_Instrument_of_Surrender