“You never change something by fighting the existing reality. To change something, build a new model that makes the existing model obsolete.”
R. Buckminster Fuller

Systemic problems demand systemic solutions, a new concept that makes the old one obsolete can’t be fit into the cultural shorthand of an elevator pitch, a tweet or animated meme; but requires fact-facing, disciplined study; demands responsible planning, risk management and sober, unflagging commitment in bringing the vision to fruition.

Our name is Síofra Tech, the ArtScience Worker Cooperative for Performing Arts and Technologies, foundational cornerstone and Cultural Liaison of Ráithold Cooperative Union.

While open to all, we are deliberately inclusive of LGBTQIA+ people, specifically, its most disenfranchised Trans and Gender Non-Conforming members, those of the African Continent, the African Diaspora, Indigenous Peoples of the Americas, Polynesia, Middle East, Asian Continent and Southeast Asian Islands.

Privatising Critical Infrastructure does not lower the cost or make it more effective but converts it into a profit centre, a hidden tax on the working poor. Because of this, any proposed universal basic income becomes just another way for the wealthy to performatively help at a profit.

Through our Live-Learn-Make campus and the instrumental use of cooperative capital, we, the people, can radically reduce the basic costs of living, promote the general welfare and restore the common good.

Stronger together, we are co-creative agents of change, and we aim to misbehave.

Our two-pronged strategy:
A. Incorporation of the for-profit worker cooperative and non-profit Live-Work campus.
B. Complete the productionalization and alternative marketing system for our first product family.
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