EXCLUSIVE: Peacekeeper App 2.0 Campaign Launches – [Interview] Alternative to Statism

Posted: June 30, 2015 in Activism, Anarchism, Apps, Police, Solutions
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Andrew Pontbriand

June 30, 2015

An alternative to Police? That is all you need to say to me!

The Peacekeeper App 2.0 “The Fire Rises,” has just launched on IndieGogo, and it is a campaign to help the App grow.


Peacekeeper is the world’s first decentralized, peer-to-peer protection system. We aim to build a new smartphone app, Peacekeeper 2.0.

It will be a superior protection system, an amazing alternative to the status quo. It will allow individuals to take personal protection to a whole new level.


Give them a Like on Facebook

We had a chance to interview Cody Drummond, the Creator of the Peacekeeper App, to tell us more about the project and tell everyone how they can get involved, and start a revolution of community policing and involvement! This is something  that I think we should all get behind, and really has the potential to blossom into a revolutionary movement.

Click here to view on Youtube (Interview is less than 9:00 minutes)

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Andrew Pontbriand is an Activist, the Founder and Writer for The Resistance Journals, as well as a contributor to the Activist Post and Political Junkie. Andrew is also the Author of the eBook “Escape From Tyranny,” which will be released in print this summer. Full Bio on Muck Rack.

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