Freetown Christiania: A True Account of Sex, Drugs and Anarchy
Miembro desde 1996
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Miembro desde 1996
Título: Freetown Christiania: A True Account of Sex,...
Editorial: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
Condición del libro:New
In 1970 a group of illegal squatters broke into an abandoned military base in the center of Copenhagen. They found vast swathes of forested land, huge vacant buildings and a small lake. An article appeared in a street magazine suggesting that the vacant land and buildings be used by Copenhagen’s homeless and struggling. As a result massive immigration to the vacant land occurred. People from all sections of society came to create an alternative life based on personal freedom and the rejection of the Danish government’s authority. This was the birth of Freetown Christiania. Twenty-five years later, Eugine is hitch-hiking the freeways of northern Europe. Through a chance encounter he finds himself delivered into Christiania and a world of Anarchy he thought could never exist. From facing the barrel of a Hell’s Angel’s shot gun, to Pusher Street’s hash market, the collectivisation of the Moonfisher cafe, full frontal nakedness at the Bath House, a street battle between the police and Christiania’s Clown Army and a seductive older woman living in the Cosmic Flower; through Eugine we get to experience the day to day life living in Anarchy.About the Author:
Eugine Losse lives in Australia with his wife, Carmen, three children, two dogs, two cats and a cage full of chickens. Having lived within Freetown Christiania’s anarchy, Eugines found it difficult to accept authority and was booted from every company that ever employed him. The only choice left was to start his own consulting business and-compete with those who fired him. After a few years Eugine sold his multi-million dollar business as he was detirmined to write this book and spend more time with his young children. This is Eugine’s first book, however, he does have more in him that are beginning to murmer their desire to get out onto the page. Prior to living in Freetown Christiania, Eugine was hitch hiking through the Middle East and, through a chance encounter, found himself living in a Kibutz in the north of Israel. Whether this book about life living in a comunistic community ever sees light of day probably depends on the success of Freetown Christiania. If you, the reader, would like to read about Eugine’s experiences under communism make sure to let him know via his Facebook page.
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