Born in Panamá on November 29th, 1977, I moved to Belgium not long after the US interventi... more
Born in Panamá on November 29th, 1977, I moved to Belgium not long after the US intervention in 1990. I used to be a convinced communist by upbringing, until I was exposed to Michael Albert & Robin Hahnel's writings on Marxism, thanks to a happy coincidence involving Noam Chomsky's writings on ZNet. I am now a convinced adept of ParEcon, and I'm trying to convince people of its exciting potential for a much better world.
I enjoy reading on ParEcon, the different spheres of social life as described by complementary holism, and US interventionism (enjoying might be a horrible choice of words for this last one...).
I also enjoy tinkering with analogue synthesizers and music technology, breaking computers (and thankfully fixing them too), computer games, japanese animation and listening to electronic music of all kinds.