TOTW: Natural Disasters
Call me old fashion but I think that anarchism and DIY culture go hand-in-hand. I think that Common Ground, whatever it's faults (and of course there are many and they have been well documented), was the correct response to the reality that Katrina exposed. We are now being exposed to this same dramatic reality week after week. 8.2 earthquakes, multiple hurricanes this year, it doesn't seem to be slowing down.
With all the drama available to us in the political sphere, the latest spectacular call-out, or whatever sordid things will happen next week how can we settle down and focus on our need to prepare for, and perhaps even help other people out of, the end of the world. Maybe not four horsemen and a trumpet blowing but just in the past month we will see thousands of people who have nothing and need an infinite amount of help.
What responsibility do we have, as those who think this whole world needs a big reset, to those who have this head start? Should we head to the disasters over there or should we be preparing for the near-future ones that'll happen here? What are you doing with regard to natural disasters?