Tuesday, April 7, 2015

A Sci-Fi Anarchy Outline

Here's a little something, like totally copyrighted of course, that the Full Information Security project kicked out.

January 1, 2322 C.E.: In an attempt to solve the philosophical issue of statism v. anarchism once and for all, all nation-states acknowledge the inviolable boundaries of Greentopia, in then-temperate Greenland. After years of consultation with anarchist groups worldwide, and to ensure the aforementioned final settlement of the statism v. anarchism issue, Greentopia is to be considered a state-free zone for all time. Every nation on Earth pledges to never violate Greentopia's borders, which are to extend to one-hundred-kilometers off Greentopia's then-current landed perimeter, as well as twenty kilometers above Greentopia's surface and all of Greentopia's subsurface calculated proportionately to the Earth's core. International law prevents telecommunications satellites or spaceflight travel lanes from interfering with Greentopia's airspace and vacuum property rights anywhere within twenty kilometers of Greentopia's surface.

January 1 - May 1, 2322 C.E.: The first wave of refugees from almost all known countries emigrates to Greentopia. Over ten thousand people travel there, to the shock of the worldwide anarchist community, which had been claiming likely "first emigration" numbers in excess of ten million. Almost all of the new anarchists are equipped with food and prefabricated housing. They begin building docks and establishing farming communes.

January 2 - August 18, 2322 C.E.: Greentopia's new denizens are outraged when their communications systems no longer work. They approach communications providers for internet access, and discover that all such providers are prepared to offer communications contracts at more than quadruple the rates they charge inhabitants of existing nation-states. Although almost all of the first Greentopians can easily afford these rates using respectable savings held in outside nation-state banks, they are upset to discover that the communications contracts subject them to private imprisonment by the communication provider for misuse of the network, as defined by the provider, which imprisonment will occur if the Greentopian ever leaves Greentopia after said misuse. Some Greentopians warn others that, as they've all given up their citizenships and disavowed the support of any nation-state, private labor camps are being prepared for those anarchists who leave Greentopian boundaries without first securing citizenship.

Many Greentopians stealthily depart Greentopia, purchase powerful communications equipment in the outside world, and return to Greentopia in an attempt to reconnect to the internet by subterfuge. Some are successful, and begin hosting websites proclaiming the glory of Greentopia to those who still remain citizens. Some give up on digital communications, having wanted to anyway as part of their transition to freedom. A small number, unprepared for the reality of losing their phones and the internet, return to their former nation-states to reapply for citizenship.

Some communications providers begin attempting to block all Greentopian content, while others cave to market pressure and allow their nationed users to interact with the nationless.

January 23, 2322 C.E.: The first accused individual awaiting trial in a nation-state manages, while out on bond, to escape to Greentopia. Citizens of that nation-state are outraged, but international law prevents them from invading Greentopia to recover the accused. The president of the nation-state where the accused allegedly committed his crime promises to arrest him as soon as he departs Greentopia.

February 4, 2322 C.E.: A group of friends who had known each other before coming to Greentopia finally solves the problem of the rape-murder spree by tracking down Rudy Osterberg, the sicko who'd apparently traveled here just to take advantage of the lack of laws. After clubbing him to death in sudden anger, the group decides to send a message to other would-be criminals by impaling his corpse on a pole near a concentration of tents and mobile homes. The next morning, feeling horribly guilty and barbaric, they swiftly take Rudy's body down and bury it.

February 8, 2322 C.E.: A scuffle breaks out when Sally Perkins, an anarchist who has run out of stored food asks several other settlers for some, and is refused. All parties calm down, and the un-prepared soul graciously accepts a bag filled with one food item contributed by each person who still has plenty to spare. Sally swears she will make it up to the others when they've had a chance to get agriculture started.

February 11, 2322 C.E.: A man who calls himself John, with no last name, tells everyone near his campsite that he will leave Greentopia because he has run out of food for a second time. Feeling pity for him, and for the grand experiment, a group of settlers advocates redistributing the ten crates of long-term food brought by that one pretentious multimillionaire asshole from America who's living, like, in a fancy double-wide with his own diesel generator and those four little kids with the haunted eyes whom he pretends he's related to ("but you can, totally, tell they're, like, not."). After heated discussion, the anarchists decide that it would be wrong to steal, because the eyes of the world are watching, and that John will be able to do better next time, because when a few years go by, things will sort of normalize.

February 15 - February 18, 2322 C.E.: A company of one hundred and seventy mercenaries under the command of Pierre Dumets, formerly of South Africa, puts into motion its nefarious plan to take control of Greentopia without interference from external governments. Having prepared for this paradise since the Greentopia initiative began to be seriously considered by world governments, Dumets' forces easily take control of almost all Greentopian settlements. Non-Dumets-affiliated Greentopians are killed or enslaved, and their assets seized. Statist onlookers crow in delight at the obvious, nearly-immediate disproving of the thesis that anarchy is workable. The few Greentopians who have fled Greentopia, who have taken to the high seas, or who have retained internet access despite the Dumets Army's censorship policies, argue back that anarchy is too workable, and point out that Dumets was a former soldier, and that his mind had been infected with the statist mentality since long before Greentopia was established.

February 17 - May 13, 2322 C.E.: The citizens of numerous governments hold candlelight vigils and marches in support of the suffering and deed Greentopians. Videos of gang rapes, mass graves, and bullet-riddled corpses go viral. Bloggers, then journalists, investigate Dumets' background and suggest that he may have been hired by one or more governments to prove the Greentopian experiment as unworkable. The New York Times runs a lengthy series of articles by Jeb Kristol and Latifah Friedman discussing the inevitable forces that create dystopia from anarchy. Many small citizens' groups consider the idea of sending aid to Greentopia, but realize that it would only be seized by the Dumets Army. Brave young men suggest invading the island in the name of justice, but their respective governments warn them that they will go without governmental support, and will give up their citizenship and become anarchist Greentopians if they do so.

March 2, 2322 C.E.: Dumets himself agrees to hold an exclusive interview with Maya Hume aboard a yacht moored one kilometer off the shore of western Greentopia, provided that (1) his men do not fire upon World News Networks' security helicopters, that (2) World News Networks delivers four metric tons of non-perishable food to his executive officer both before and after the interview is conducted, and that (3) WNN provides five heroic young male interns as de facto hostages to "report on" the living conditions in Dumets' command fort, which is a village constructed of prefabricated homes brought by earlier anarchists. The deal is carried out without a hitch, and the interview receives high ratings worldwide. Maya Hume asks Dumets about rumors that he is a Nazi, and he responds contemptuously, calling Hitler a "wimpy little Zionist asshole."

Although Dumets is generally agreed to be reprehensible, he gains a cult following in several countries, and a handful of people leave in order to join him. The few remaining free Greentopians have mixed opinions: some argue that WNN should never have been allowed to carry out its intrusion into Greentopian territory, because Dumets was not authorized to give consent on behalf of all true anarchists, to which others counter that WNN represented a company, not a nation, and that Dumets had freedom to contract with them.

May 14 - May 20, 2322 C.E.: The Christo-Prophet Alliance (CPA) finishes internal negotiations and launches its counterstrike against the Dumets Army. Composed of white nationalist Christian Crusaders and Sunni Islamic Jihadists, the CPA brings heavy ordinance into the field with the assistance of an outdated naval cruiser "purchased" from Western Saudi-Israelia for the low price of two million dollars, via a loan from undisclosed parties operating through the New Caymans. The Dumets Army is destroyed on live feed, and the CPA publicly castrates, then executes Dumets and his top commanders.

May 21 - June 30, 2322 C.E.: Pursuant to its earlier negotiations, the CPA divides Greentopia into two states roughly equal in size: the Prophet's Free Islamic Shelter of Southern Greentopia, and New Jerusalem. Southern Greentopia, controlled by the Sunni former faction of the CPA, becomes a theocracy loosely disguising military rule. New Jerusalem becomes an avowedly White Protestant nation, imposing policies of segregation that immediately send most non-Whites south.

July 1 - : July 1, 2327 C.E.: The two states of Greentopia develop. Some outsiders argue for intervention with their governments, but the governments merely respond that, if anarchists create states, then so be it. Governments remind their citizens that, if any Greentopian, or organization thereof, should exit the boundaries of Greentopia, then they may be engaged and destroyed by anyone who wishes to, or by any nation-state whose territory they have violated.

After the first round of executions attributed to the initial fighters who defeated Dumets, Southern Greentopia becomes a clean, prosperous farming community. With generous support from outside donors, it becomes a charitable welfare state, building elaborate and beautiful mosques, libraries, and parks. Many Greentopians who had fled north in fear return to the south, while the majority of those who had fled south in fear remain. Small neighborhoods for Christians, Jews, and Initiates (the non-religious) are laid out in a modern city plan far larger by a hundredfold than its population. Imams begin to allow broadcasting of the lifestyle of Southern Greentopia: ancient arts of paper-making, calligraphy, and sculpture are encouraged alongside daily prayer and Qur'anic study, and all who accept Islam are clothed, housed, fed, and educated. Southern Greentopia's population begins to swell as refugees from all parts of the world, though predominantly Africa and Asia, organize "final pilgrimages" to deliver their young and old alike to Greentopia's southern shores. To court atheists, Southern Greentopia's imams publicize a Shari'a of forgiveness and education, and they reestablish customs of Mukhannathun, Hijra, and Sadaqah to attract transsexuals, gays, lesbians, and other outcasts from non-Greentopian nation-states. Hard-liners see the population of Southern Greentopia ever increasing, and tens of thousands of peaceful, lip-service conversions occur in the Ottoman style, and the hard-liners are pacified.

After the first non-White flight in the known history of the world as written by New Jerusalites, New Jerusalem becomes a community of libertarian anarchist Christians who all freely agree to impose traditional Christian mores on their non-state territory. Spread across a wide territory, the New Jerusalites organize into militias to protect their freeholds. Boundary disputes between farmers are existent, but technical, as no one yet has the means to farm or settle all the land that they claim. New Jerusalite propaganda goes out to the world, and a massive influx of White immigrants arrives in northern Greentopia, along with a small number of White and non-White sociology majors who accept religion or segregation in order to gain research that, they think, will be completely original once they return to civilization (little do they know that they are not unique).

Older settlers grow angry when newer ones seek supplies or camping space on their land, and a few disputes erupt into violence. Foreseeing an increase in this type of disagreement, and fearing invasion by the treacherous and prosperous Muslims of the south, the former CPA soldiers who conquered Greentopia from the Dumets Army call a constitutional convention, at which they proclaim the founding of a formal representative democracy. A brief legal code establishes the inviolable right of all post-pubescent White males vote, as adjudged by Caucasoid DNA readers brought to the island by several fresh patriot-immigrants, and Lockean property rights based upon first-come, first-served stakeholding to land and other resources. An office of the Surveyor of Lands and Recorder of Deeds is also established, along with a Militia to enforce laws and defend the nation, and a Militia Court staffed by those who have served in the Militia, to arbitrate disputes. The offices are to be financed by "amounts taken fairly" from the resources of all White male landowners. Several churches are established, built by their pastors and communities.

Many patriots bristle at the requirement to contribute to an administrative fund to settle their disputes and record their deeds. Fortifying their lands, they retreat into their respective holdouts. Land remains, for the time being, plentiful enough to avoid any disputes spilling beyond a small number of households. Trade wars erupt when some New Jerusalites claim weak harvests in an attempt to contribute less to the administrative funds than they would otherwise be assessed. Underground economies rise and fall with the rising and setting of the sun, as disputes break out about who really owned what, who really grew what, and what trades are and aren't fair based on the season. Men accuse one another of being infiltrators sent by outside countries, or even by Southern Greentopia.

For consistently cheating Militia assessors, some men are stripped of their headship of house, and their wive(s) and daughter(s) are moved to other households by Militia Court decree, though many argue that the most attractive ones all end up with Militia Court judges or senior Militia officers. Some men respond by putting distance between themselves, their property, and Militia authorities, attempting to form small anarchic communities within anarchic communities. A few give up, while many gladly risk the danger to live out their dreams of freedom. A small community of single male raiders and loathsome harlots--some of which may have existed since the earliest days of New Jerusalem's formation--begins to strike at isolated households, stealing their livestock and supplies. The Militia, ever-watchful of the southern border, lacks the manpower to pursue the raiders into their mountain holdouts in the absence of a draft, discussion of which is instantly and violently repressed.

Poverty and wariness steals over the nation. With the Militia spread thin, farmers spend as much time guarding their fields as farming. As people grow hungry and worried, dogs and ammunition become even more valuable than before, and correspondingly, become targets for theft-by-farmer, as well as for the raiders. After the passage of one winter, three or four families who had settled in isolated parts of the nation are discovered to have starved and frozen.

Many New Jerusalites argue that they are impoverished because all of the history of White achievement was left behind in once-White nations, and that it is the duty of New Jerusalites to reclaim their possessions by attacking these outside nations. If they only had their harvesting machines, solar panels, masses of fertilizer, power plants, and other things that their ancestors invented and stored, then they would be richer than all other nations. War sentiment builds, but prudence stays their hand for the time being.


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