Don’t call it looting anymore. It’s Therapeutic Property Diminishment (TPD). Therapeutic Property Diminishment (TPD), also known as “looting”, a more equitable and empowering action for all parties involved.
LootSafe firmly believes that all forms of TPD, or looting, should be safe and voluntary for all parties involved. We can create a safer, looted world, together.
From the website: “We believe in furthering the goal of social justice by providing a safe space for the empowering expression of therapeutic property diminishment, or looting, to occur. When all other methods have failed, it is clear that looting is a justified act of protest as a way to destroy the master class.”
How you can help: LootSpace owners can right the wrongs of their privilege and individual success by offering up their property to be destroyed by those victimized by their silence, something which serves as the largest possible act of solidarity for equality. If silence is violence, then offering up your home or business as a target for looting is the act of screaming out loud in the name of justice.
Join the progressive movement, enter the ‘big tent’ where all are welcomed. Hurry, there’s only so much space left.
Meanwhile, in The Worker’s Paradise (China in Focus)
I’ve been on the phone with China a lot lately. The theme of conversations runs like this, “The US will destroy itself it it decouples with China.” I explain that the mood in the US today is “F-off and die.”
My response is glossed over by the collapse of the Chinese telecom giant Huawei and the threat of food shortages in the People’s Republic. (they rant) I reply, “Sucks to be you.” My comment is ignored.
“The world can not ignore China!” I reply that they need to retreat back inside the Bamboo Curtain and let the world go on with out them. That comment is ignored too.
My sense is that the coming war with China (a shooting Navy war) will end when their merchant fleet is at the bottom of the ocean, creating ecologically friendly artificial reefs. Then they don’t have to worry about shipping their goods abroad.