posted on Nov, 30 2019 @ 06:20 AM
Taninim Long, the elected President of the Alaurentia bioregional movement, has
announced on social media
reforms he proposes to bring, in the event the growing nation gains sovereignty. Taninim Long is controversial for the fact that he has kept private
his actual name and actual appearance; but also for the completely unconventional approach he has taken to reach his goal of a society that's
completely independent from the establishment.
The reforms he proposed to bring are based on the idea that people should have several new Rights, such as the Right of Privacy, and an undeniable
Freedom of Movement.
Amongst the reforms, he proposes to ban public surveillance devices intended to monitor and record people's movements, specifically the kind of which
affects people's privacy. He proposes to repurpose the local waste plastic and use it as construction material for a "flagship" (as a reminder,
until now, much plastic waste is being sent to landfills in Asia). As the establishment has begun considering taxing boathouses located on public
lakes (since those boathouses are using "land and water that's property of the government"), Taninim wishes to enforce people's right to enjoy
wilderness, and wants to dissolve any of such taxes. Native Americans, he argues, and animals don't have to "pay a tax" for living in nature - it
is interesting to note that Taninim has revealed to have Native ancestry. Another noteworthy reform he proposed to bring is to decentralize
telecommunication, and enable people to use the Alaurentian meshnetwork. This meshnetwork works independently of Internet or satellites (it relies on
your device's antenna), basically making telecommunication free and resistant to political censorship.
This list of reforms comes after the established government of Quebec has announced its plan to monitor vehicle movements, using an invasive network
of surveillance cameras, so to tax people based on the amount of travel they make. This tax, says Quebec's government, is intended to compensate for
the "losses" caused by people switching to electric cars, causing the government's income from the tax on gas to "plummet".