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  • Writer's pictureJohn Spritzler

Do your neighbors want an egalitarian revolution?

There's only one way to find out if your neighbors want an egalitarian revolution, which is to ask them.

The ruling class counts on everybody who wants an egalitarian revolution thinking hardly anybody else shares that aspiration with them and so there's no point in trying to build an egalitarian revolutionary movement. But in my experience (which I recount here) most people DO want an egalitarian revolution, they'd LOVE it, even though they think it is impossible because they think too few OTHER people want it.

An easy way to ask your neighbor if he/she wants an egalitarian revolution is to show them the PDR sticker that says, "Let's remove the rich from power to have real, not fake, democracy with no rich and no poor," and simply ask them, "Do you think what the sticker says is a good idea or a bad idea?" and if they say "It's impossible" reply, "Well, it may or may not be possible, but if it did happen would you be happy or sad?"

I discuss using the sticker this way here. There are a bunch of people who have stickers for this purpose, and you can read the emails I've sent them here.

If you'd like me to send you some free stickers, just send me an email at with the word "stickers" in the subject line and with your postal address (where I'll mail the stickers to) in the message.



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Nov 12, 2021

Yes! Asking each other, isn't that a novel idea! And when we get the responses, they ought to be recorded. We need this data! We need a system that upholds individual sovereignty and values everyone's input. Having such a system will take us to the stratosphere, evolutionairally. We can also expand the lexicon. We can do anything through a proposal system that enables everyone equal value in their opinion - even children! How novel is that!

Here is a PISSA about it (Public Information and Stimulation Service Announcement) If you like - please share - that's what egalitarianism is really about - sharing the good things.