The State’s War on Sustainable Communities

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The State’s War on Sustainable Communities

In this video Luke Rudkowski travels to Dallas Texas to visit Quinn Eaker of the Garden of Eden community. Quinn tells us about the mission of the Garden of Eden and how recent pressure from the state has harassed, intimidated, fined, and is threatening the existence of their community.

Currently Quinn is looking for legal representation to keep the Garden of Eden going if you could help please contact http://www.intothegardenofeden.com or gardenofedenvortex@gmail.com

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2 comments

  1. avatar
    Audrey Dunham

    THE ONLY WAY TO EXPOSE TRUTH IS TO QUESTION ADULTS

    WHAT IS IT TO BE HUMAN??????

  2. The police sure come around shocking people and causing stress. They did that to me often on the streets while homeless. The way they acted proves that they are pretending you are a dangerous cult that sells or takes drugs out of the area, that might fight back if they show up. They could have mailed or sent someone in with mail or a ticket first so they didn’t shock anyone innocent. Whoever’s name the land is in makes some difference and I don’t have that information. I noticed if they think there is anything of value even the value of the land armies of police or armies in general make excuse to take it away these days, though random, ridiculous fines. I think all the carpenters, landscapers, and homebuilders, and auto manufacturers can’t sell you something so they would like to take the land also if this living puts anyone out of work. So, survival stuff happens but it seems okay there, and people should spread out on the land as much as they possibly can. So many can’t, it’s sad.

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