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(en) US, Minneapolis, DAYBREAK #6 - Dear Daybreak, (letters to us)

Date Sat, 28 May 2005 11:41:26 +0300

Hello daybreak, We are farmers in Minnesota, just south of the metro
area, and while looking for permaculture farms in Minnesota in google I
found your article. I was looking for information on permaculutre
on the net because our on our farm the old way of doing agriculture
doesn't work like it used to. My dad farms corn, soybeans and
alfalfa and has buffalo but he says that with the prices are the way
they are he can't afford to continue on like he has. What would it
take to find out more information on this, on your newsletter
(newspaper?)? Please send me more info on this, I would greatly
appreciate it, Thank you!

The Koskovichs of Shakopee, MN.

Dear Daybreak,

Received the awesome last issue and have made sure that dozens
of others in here have seen it. Sometimes if it’s not Stephen
King or some other fiction you have to pitch it. Prisoners, now, are
generally less radical or concerned about politics and social change.
They’ve, for the most part, been thoroughly indoctrinated into
the market’s ideology; turned uber capitalists. It’s all about
“self” and all about paper (money.) Get it any way you can.
The reactionary prison gangs are the only thing here besides
religious cults that have any kind of loyal followings. And their
code is “money, mack, murder.” If it doesn’t pertain to
that they are against it. But there are a few folks who will read and
start engaging anti authoritarian ideas. One mind at a time. I’ll
stop rambling. I enjoy Daybreak! And wanted to let you know I
received it fine.

In solidarity,



Today I read your (newsletter?) “Daybreak”, for the first
time and was a little embarrassed that my prior idea of anarchy was
a society overrun by chaos, to say the least! Well, hell, we really do
learn something new every day! On that note- thank you for
enlightening me. No, I’m not being sarcastic. I was thoroughly
impressed. For years I can remember the subject of corruption in
all forms of government coming up in conversation with certain
family members of mine. Narrow-minded arrogance run rampant
in this country, and it was refreshing to sit down and read a
publication that provoked so much thought on the subject.

Short version- Good fucking job! When I saw the word
“anarchist”, I thought it would be a lot of ranting and
raving about politics, etc.. Whatever opinions that you expressed
made sense to me. It made me think and laugh, and once I picked
it up I read it from front to back. Your articles about gentrification,
yuppie “insurgence” (so to speak), lack of health care for
low-income families, etc. were great. I’m not going to re cap
every article, but thanks again!


Daybreak is an anarchist tabloid put out from Minneapolis.

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