How To Turn Your Vehicle Into A Statement Of Tech Activism Against The Police State
Via: Activist Post
by John Galt
It often takes creativity to overcome tyranny, especially when tyranny is out in the open and proud of its behavior. Perhaps the best proof of conditions in the U.S. is indicated by the increasing number of ways that entrepreneurial freedom-loving individuals are asserting themselves, such as developing a drone detector, a way to disable facial recognition cameras, ways to be anonymous online, or ways to opt out of the surveillance banking system, just to name a few. The maxim thatnecessity is the mother of invention certainly applies.
For freedom on the road, enter the “Spy Car.” The line of defense illustrated below might seem over the top to some people, but then isn’t the police state over the top with the measures they have taken? And that system makes money from harming and extorting the innocent, as former good officers have documented. Do you have any other innovative ideas to take direct action against the police state without resorting to violence or calls to your congressman? Put your tech solutions into the marketplace now and see if peace sells.
Rob Herring – Musical Activism For Earthlings
Michele Bertomen and David Boyle bought an empty 20-by-40-foot lot in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. They planned to build something traditional, but when the bid for the masonary envelope (the building without plumbing, electricity) came back at over $300,000, they re-evaluated. Inspired by Bertomen’s students at New York Institute of Technology, the couple decided to try building their home from shipping containers–which cost them about $50,000 for the building envelope. Bertomen, an architect, and Boyle, the general contractor, designed and oversaw construction of their home.