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Analyzing Communism

Liberate RVA would like to invite you to our monthly freedom gathering at the Maplewood Anarchy Garden! Join us on the 27th of September as we collaborate toward a free society based on consent.

Exploratory Topic on Communism presented by Kal Molinet.

What is communism and how does it affect us today? How close are they in achieving their 10 planks toward a totalitarian State here on this side of the Atlantic? What are their arguments and how do you dismantle them?

Free and open to the public.
7:00 p.m. — Community Potluck
We’re starting the fun with an omnivorous potluck! So please bring your favorite dish or drink to share (synapses need fuel). This is also a BYOB event.

8:30 p.m. — Exploratory Topic on Communism
Like sharing food and wine, philosophy is also about sharing our love for wisdom – to ultimately get us to a better place. Let’s pool our brilliant minds together and discuss ways on how to help plant the seeds of freedom in our community.

9:30 p.m. — Devil’s Advocate
Do you have questions about how a free and voluntary society would work in the absence of a state monopoly on roads, law, security, currency, first-class mail, or in the tax-farm of Virginia, distilled spirits? Perhaps you would like to sharpen your argumentation style against the logical fallacies of both left and right wing politics? Then this is definitely the place to be in order to develop and improve your art of rhetoric.

*A caravan ride will be provided from Monroe Park in front of the Cathedral steps on N. Laurel St. at 6:45 p.m.

Maplewood Anarchy Garden: 1809 Maplewood Avenue, Richmond Virginia 23220

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