this shit is just a bailout to landlords
@dankwraith Not if you rent strike.
@emsenn I've been wondering about that... this is the only rental property my landlord owns. all the other tenants in my building own their units. so i am not really sure what a rent strike would constitute, other than me and my roommate just telling the landlord that we are not gonna pay... and the lease is up for renewal next month. not really sure what to do
@dankwraith it's not your responsibility to save him.
tell him to call /his/ creditors and debtors and explain the situation. Honest, rapid, earnest conversation and cooperation is our most "profitable" tool right now.
@dankwraith It sounds silly but a lot of on-the-ground anarchist action looks really similar to on-the-ground white executive behavior: negotiations built as much on trust as terms.
@emsenn worth trying, at the very least
Are they willing to talk? Do they know you, and do you know them? If you fear retaliation, what form do you expect it will take, and what is more likely to provoke it? Who are they answerable to, and how much discretion do they have?
You should certainly negotiate, but you seem to be able to negotiate with a human, which simplifies a few things.
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