So I was riding the New York City subway train the other day going my way, listening to those prerecorded messages of the MTA terrorizing its riders with the "If you see a suspicious package say something" message and I see a seemingly homeless woman sitting across from me with a big shopping bag, a garbage bag, wearing no socks in the middle of winter and sleeping. The rest of the subway car is full and the immediate seats around her are emply. I walk past homeless persons everyday in my whereabouts of this town and every city must have this problem. Will the poor we have always with us? Whose land is it anyway? Whose right is it to own the land that was supposed to be given to us free anyway? That the basic necessity of life, shelter is not free. I believe New York City has the highest concentration of poverty in America. As a former squatter in the Lower East Side, I believe in utopian ideas. If you need a home, take one. And you don't even have to pay taxes. I believe developers or individuals should work with the market place on how to formalize squatters rights, that the world housing crisis will give rise to the squatters struggle as a vision of a world freed from bankers, bosses, and landlords who currently claim ownership and by freeing the land from the oppressors and creating zones of resistance and saying no to concentrated landlord and government ownership; to create a viable alternative for people of neighborhoods to restore homes through their own efforts. It is my utopian vision of seeing the earth as a liberated zone one day. And what does this have to do with the No Police State?