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Kickstarting Syrian Refugees – Thought Experiment


The United Nations and Obama ask for voluntary donations to help Syrian refugees on Kickstarter. Consider the ongoing wars which have fostered this situation, and how much they have cost. Would coalitions have waged these wars if they also required crowd-funding? Voluntary, direct dollar votes? #VoluntaryWorldPeace * This logic also applies to arming and training “moderates.”   Thought Experiment: What if governments did not exist tomorrow?…   What programs, roads, pipelines, or watchdogs would you […] – Side Project for Pops


For the past six months, my primary project quite separate from Wiki World Order-related experiments has been to evolve the web-based tools of my father’s business. The work in progress can now be found at, and much of it will soon be duplicated in a mobile app. Given that I have slowly grown into voluntaryist (anarchist) concepts, and his work has historically focused on government money and programs, I want to share a few […]

Canna-Fractal 1: Legalize It! (Marijuana / Pot Leaf Fractal Animation)

NO ONE should be punished for what they put into their own bodies, absent harm to others. $1 TRILLION have been used over the last 40 years for the War On Drugs. In 2010, 4.6 million people still used marijuana on a daily or almost daily basis (over a 12-month period). In 2010, over 850,000 people were arrested for marijuana offenses, 88% of those were for possession only. In 2009, over 2 MILLION Americans were incarcerated, […]

Wells Fargo a Financial Circus – Occupy National Gathering, Day 4

Philadelphia, July 3, 2012, Day 4. A fun performance about the abuse of the big banks like Wells Fargo, and sharing better ways to spent your time and resources than supports this system. Download High Quality Video:

Reverend Billy and the Church of Stop Shopping perform at the Occupy National Gathering, Day 3

Philadelphia, July 2, 2012, Day 3. Reverend Billy and the Church of Stop Shopping graciously perform at the Occupy National Gathering. Download High Quality Video:

Matt Taibbi Breaks Down LIBOR Scandal (Speech + Q&A) – Occupy National Gathering Day 3

Philadelphia, July 2, 2012, Day 3. Matt Taibbi visits the Occupy National Gathering to break down the LIBOR scandal just after the story begins to break. After giving a quick speech, he sits down with a couple dozen occupiers for some Q&A. Thank you Matt! <3 Download High Quality Video:

Amadon DellErba on – Occupy National Gathering Day 3

Philadelphia, July 2, 2012, Day 3. One of our occu-brothers, Amadon DellErba, gives a speech on Many things discussed about community living resonated greatly with me from my last five months living on an occupied organic farm in Sacramento, CA. Download High Quality Video:

All In The Red March – Student Debt Bubble – Occupy National Gathering Day 2

Philadelphia, July 1, 2012, Day 2. The Gathering’s first major march, focused on the looming student debt bubble. While the police largely allowed us to temporarily take over various streets, they block us at the end of a bridge we attempted to cross. We eventually decide to turn around to avoid risking arrest, but hopefully educated the police a bit. Download High Quality Video: A few thoughts for my brothers and sisters from Wiki […]

Occupy National Gathering Sleepful Protests – Dreaming of Arresting the Banksters


Since the city of Philadelphia has relatively lax laws for sleeping in the sidewalks, dozens of Occupiers would hold “Sleepful Protests” each night in front of different banks. The general idea was to raise awareness about the criminal big banks, foreclosures, and the homeless. It was my first time ever sleeping on city sidewalks, but surrounded by my beautiful brothers and sisters it felt wonderful. <3

Zeitgeist Sacramento/Davis Whole Earth Festival Presentation (May 12)

Presentation by Zeitgeist Sacramento/Davis at the Whole Earth Festival on May 12th. Full presentation in two parts: *Disclaimer: Wiki World Order does not agree 100% with the Zeitgeist movement, but generally supports their work. I like most all the solutions involved, but think they shouldn’t be centralized.

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