I sent off a letter to Adbusters yesterday.
I’d like to write an article on the merits of creating a hub for the revolution. So many of us hate the way things are done that there really isn’t a good excuse for our continued indolence. The only obstacle is mass diffusion of the revolutionary class, both geographically and across smaller topics.
The Internet is, at present, a terrible means to locate and contact fellow radicals. Without the aid of other angry citizens, it can be a daunting task to dissent completely. In many cases it can feel like nobody else cares. It’s intimidating to move the Earth alone, but with some semblance of a community, we could help each other accomplish so much good.
Through a combination of communal housing sites and strategically placed Internet road signs (to show revolutionaries where the amassing is happening), we could potentially accelerate what would otherwise take years to organize. We could also educate the forward thinkers about common enemies and shared goals, to unify the movement.
I have no doubts that this article would have widespread appeal to your readership. Nothing is more infuriating than impotent fury. We have the chance to give our brothers and sisters a valuable weapon in the battle for social equality: each other.
My name is David Commins. I’ve recently graduated from Plymouth State University with a dual bachelors degree in Writing and Philosophy. I’m taking every opportunity I can to spearhead a resurgence in the battle against social inequity and environmental pillaging. I can provide writing samples, other published articles, or editorial references if you’d like.
I'll update if they reply.
Fight the fight.