How Will We REBUILD Freedom?

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CLUSTERED LIVING IS THE **ONLY** WAY WE WILL RESTORE FREEDOM AND REBUILD THE FAMILY IN AMERICA

Too few Americans are willing to make the massive changes needed to take back and keep their freedom to have hope for this country. The root of our problem, beyond the deepst spiritual malaise and disobedience to God’s laws, is the lack of community and kinship among the population. We call this clustered living.

Most people live mostly isolated lives because the extended multi-family community had been decimated. This was an unintended consequence of the Fair Housing Act. Fighting discrimination, it accidentally went too far and became a hindrance to clustered living. We ought to support the intention, which is to prevent racism and discrimination in general from being made structural, even if we rightly question the method. The method is to reduce habitation to a single residence with no provision for extended familial communities to exist.

Clustered living is where people of very close beliefs and values form a single multi-residential habitation together exclusively with fellow travelers for maximum mutual support and empowerment. It is NOT discrimination for people of the same religion or family to cluster together in a single habitation with 20-50 residences. This single habitation of people who choose to cluster together both for mutual benefit and to materially support and preserve their own culture, ought to be treated with the same sanctity as the single residence.

Driving the point home: clustered living with around 120 adults and their dependents who choose to live in such proximity on a fraternal basis (excepting race) is NOT discrimination any more than a single family deciding who will live in their residence. Clustered living is NOT discrimination!

Clustered living habitations, basically a village or a neighborhood of mostly related people whose faith and convictions about life were almost identical (having a “fraternal interest”) were the bedrock upon which community, family, and marriage existed. Today, it is almost “illegal” to create a single multi-family habitation of around 120 adult stakeholders on a more or less fraternal footing that provides a far better social safety net than government ever could.

Some may even argue the aim all along was to destroy once and for all this “kinship community” and thus make people more and more dependent on Government and the Corporations. This seems far fetched and borderline conspiracy theorist, although the effect has been to destroy community and family.

Any attempt to build a truly cohesive and materially self-sustaining and self-reliant community without physical proximity will face almost insurmountable obstacles and will likely fail. Only clustered living offers a path to maximum material independency and maximum personal freedom and autonomy but also with a solid social safety net.

Clustered living restores the social fabric that dependency upon governments and corporations has destroyed. If you want more freedom but don’t also demand a restoration of the right to clustered living then ultimately you are wasting your time.

The makers of the Fair Housing Act addressed the dangers of discrimination, which all decent people want to eliminate, but inadvertently violated our inherent right to cluster with those we choose to live in such close proximity to. Thus the makers of the Fair Housing Act destroyed the bedrock of community, faith, and marriage in this country. Again, this was not likely their intention.

The simple repeal of the Fair Housing Act will not do, lest the evil it prevents returns. It is one thing for a few dozen families and attached single adults to form a close-knit Clustered Living Habitation of some kind, it is another for this to become the excuse to discriminate.

There was a time when signs like “no blacks” or “no Jews” were literally posted and such people could not even go into “white neighborhoods.”

We would propose that a Clustered Living Act would allow for as many as 150 adult stakeholders in a single habitation would only allow Clustered Living on the basis of religion a fraternal interest other than race, a form of nationality based on shared ideals and etcetera, or familial ties. Any habitation of larger size would need to include a percentage of housing spaces offered to the public on the basis of non-discrimination. The larger the size of the Habitation the larger the percentage of publicly offered housing, up to a maximum of 30%.

The creation of Clustered Living Habitations for clusters of people related by some fraternal bond OTHER THAN RACE* is essential to the restoration of freedom and the devolution of political and economic power from the government and corporations to the People.

(*It is true that if people are related by blood, as in an actual large extended family, they would probably be considered of the same “race.” We propose they cannot explicitly make race a qualification and that even if this “family” were to demand its members not marry “outside the race”, this would constitute discrimination. The core point of clustered living is that people of a shared identity based on beliefs and lifestyle can cluster together.)

The problem is that few isolated individuals are able to willing to have a go at Clustered Living. Secondly, the shrill and illogical cries of discrimination would drown out any attempt to even open a dialog. And, finally, few Americans would put any energy or money behind an attempt to cofidy the right of clustered living into law.

Without clustered living among people whose faith, philosophy, values, convictions, and way of life is remarkably cohesive, any and all efforts to restore freedom, strengthen community and family, and build up marriage will fail. A tribal band village of around 120 adults in a single habitation working together is far more effective than any government or corporation at meeting people’s needs and preserving human rights and himan dignity.

We use the agency of nationhood but a nationhood that is based on ideals and principles and nor race or blood. This is more a less a fraternal or mutual benefit form of nationhood as opposed to nationhood by race or politics. It is a spiritual construct, not racial or political.

When people who adopt this form of nationhood cluster together, as best they can, they will restore true freedom, form a solid and healthy community, and strengthen family and marriage. Their social safety net will be proof against the worse kinds of economic or natural disasters which affect society at large.

Within this country, even if a Clustered Living Habitation Act was passed to restore the right to cluster, it is doubtful our present population of isolated individuals who imagine they need nobody but themselves would avail themselves of the opportunity. Clustered Living is simply too hard a transition to make because of the false perception you would be less free and sovereign as an individual if you participated. Never mind that in truth you would have far more individual autonomy than you do now being materially dependent upon the top-down government and corporate establishment.

Living in physical isolation in your own residence among people you aren’t sure share your values or that you can trust has made you an abject nameless cog in a machine that exploits you and gives you little in return.

Their is an argument that if Christians of the same deeply shared convictions and lifestyle cluster together then they would be unable to witness to their neighbors. The logic is that if a group of, say, 30-50 families or around 120 adults cluster together exclusively they will become isolated and disconnected from the outside world. They would, the argument goes, not even be in close enough physical proximity to go and share the gospel with their neighbors.

First, this isn’t happening now: isolated Christians barely know their neighbors’ names! Second, clustered living is actually part of God’s blueprint for humanity as it represents the tribal band or its equivalent which has been part of human history until only recently. Third, such bands of people clustered together would actually be more capable of pooling resources to serve and be a witness to their neighbors outside their habitation than is possible now. Finally, there is the concept of nationhood in which nations have habitations, in our case we believe in a distributed homeland consisting of hundreds of thousands of these clustered living habitations all over the world.

You don’t HAVE to engage in some form of clustered living to become either a Freeholder in our virtual commonwealth or a Peer of our spiritual nation. Ideas that demand engagement as a condition of being in good standing tend to become the basis of controlling and cultish behavior. If clustered living is so good, people will not need to be corralled into doing it.

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