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Infinite Diversity in Infinite Combinations. The study and practice of Intra-galactic Social and Restorative Justice issues. Think Galactic, Work Local.

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"Name Some of The "Binding Factors" of The "IDIC" Philosophy?' 2 Replies

Started by X'Zarreth T'Kon: ETERNAL EMPRESS. Last reply by Ellen Asherah Sep 17, 2009.

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Comment by empress of all on February 11, 2009 at 3:18am
your title is a good topic......but your description.....thats a predominant life view here in austin........and it is too socalist and takes individual sovereignty away and replaces it with group mentality.....destroin' the i.d.i.c. right at the start.....ya can't do the world,till ya can do yourself........so in one swoop you have stated a concept than shown why it won't exist.....thats is a bigotry on my part based on my personal experence with the your description,in the city of austin texas....but thats just me.......and i beieve in the i.d.i.c.
 

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