Presents Wikipedia’s imperialist definition of sovereignty. Quotes David Cobb and David Korten on the current disaster of corporate sovereignty. Questions whether the state and federal government can both be simultaneously sovereign. Defines the key to sovereignty as the right to do no wrong.
Reads Writing What I’ve Seen by Yuan Mei and Veiw #45 by Thomas Centolella to the jazz song, On Burnside by the Bobby Torres Ensemble. Discusses a plan for a confederacy of counties and an incremental Jubilee through gradual relocalization of taxes. Prioritizes use of reclaimed taxes to fund the right to do no harm and to restore foreign communities that we’ve deprived of their sovereignty. Plays Keep On Keeping On by Chris Pierce and If Ever There’s a Reason by Derby. Also talks about roosters that find their crow and the need for an Urban Slaughter Support Group.
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