I'm a former reformer who was happily radicalized by my experiences with occupy. I'm an anti-TERF feminist, a queer friendly/collaborator and anti-imperialist/colonialist. I share perspectives with anarchists, communists and socialists. Privileges include white, cis and hetero -please feel free to call me on BS.

I do share triggering content sometimes and feel TW are are almost useless in Tumblr format; due to the fact that only the original poster can warn effectively, by placing it atop the blog. So this is a general warning, as inefficient as this may also be.

Education is a human right and should be FREE. Don’t pay! 

While I can seriously appreciate Strike Debt having freed some people from medical debt, I’d rather see refusal to pay these exploiters instead. After all, what Strike Debt does on the flip-side, is keep the rotten system propped up and supported, when it truly needs to rot and die. 

So until people resist payment en masse, those systems will continue to be considered valid and they will remain, with their chains around our necks. 

People have been increasingly imprisoned for unpaid debt too. That’s right, debtors’ prisons have returned! 

The Rise of “Debtors’ Prisons” in the US
http://jonathanturley.org/2013/04/07/the-rise-of-debtors-prisons-in-the-us/

They can’t imprison us all though,  because that would also cause systemic collapse. So just imagine what would happen if everybody agreed to resist the tyranny of debt…solidarity!

Education is a human right and should be FREE. Don’t pay!

While I can seriously appreciate Strike Debt having freed some people from medical debt, I’d rather see refusal to pay these exploiters instead. After all, what Strike Debt does on the flip-side, is keep the rotten system propped up and supported, when it truly needs to rot and die.

So until people resist payment en masse, those systems will continue to be considered valid and they will remain, with their chains around our necks.

People have been increasingly imprisoned for unpaid debt too. That’s right, debtors’ prisons have returned!

The Rise of “Debtors’ Prisons” in the US
http://jonathanturley.org/2013/04/07/the-rise-of-debtors-prisons-in-the-us/

They can’t imprison us all though, because that would also cause systemic collapse. So just imagine what would happen if everybody agreed to resist the tyranny of debt…solidarity!

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