Right! You CIA guys and gals, listen up!
We, have a right to pursue our utopian communities. In almost all cases we will fail, and history bares this out - read John Taylor Gatto for some references and historical analysis, or check everybody's favourite, Wikipedia for the litany of failure. Yet despite the almost certainty of failing to achieve our rickety forest tracks as the yuppies invade, or whatever other variation of humble utopian dream folks dream, it remains our right to try! In the vigorous pursuit of TPTB to corral and shoe horn all those with a bit of enthusiasm into strict compliance with the system and its so called "laws", to brainwash and control every last soul supposedly "under its jurisdiction" with no thought that we should be "under its care", you end up bullying folks, descending into tyranny, attempting to control at all costs. This must change. There is another way, and it involves extending a little trust to "the sheeple" those subjects so despised. "The system's" "freedom to use the system's money, be taxed and travel with papers issued by the system and otherwise operate within the bounds of the existing system" is not enough freedom. The sense and desire for freedom may be a universal, yet the experience of freedom is deeply personal. Without respecting the personal, the individual, freedom is rarely experienced despite democratic hails and MSM proclamations to the contrary; instead the limits of the system, the tyranny of the system against its own and the endless hypocrisy of the elite are experienced and witnessed, and this is what dominates the consciousness of the masses. Truth be told, many self-called anarchists crave stability, balking at the shocking excesses of the oligarchs causing grave instability, death and destruction the world over! And you say to us "don't you worry your little heads, the big boys have it all under control". And you think such patronising condescension will have us put trust in you? Raise the bar of possibility.