Tag: Anarchism
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The Libertarian Stuff: Anarchy

Let’s talk about anarchy for a moment. Which kind of anarchy? Anarcho-capitalism? Anarcho-syndicalism? Anarcho-primitivism? Anarcho-communism? Anarcha-feminism? Gee wilikers, there sure are a buttload of reasons to get rid of the state, huh? Apparently, getting rid of the state will lead to a completely free, environmentally sustainable, feminist, worker-controlled, capitalistic,

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Colliding Leftist Narratives

What happens when contradictory leftist narratives collide? We get a battle between a woman with a penis and a woman pretending to have a penis. The reason these two groups get into conflicts is because their premises are fundamentally opposed. Transgendered people acknowledge that gender identity is tied to physical

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Exercises In Degeneration: The C4SS Experience

C4SS devouring itself
Occasionally I wander over to Center For a Stateless Society, which operates under the tag line “Left Anarchist Think Tank and Media Center.” Aside from the mostly harmless pontifications of the relatively boring and uninspiring writer Kevin Carson, C4SS has proven to be more notable for attracting

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On Capitalism and Property

It is a good idea when analyzing any social phenomenon or institution to look at how it is viewed in the present context by various groups in society and ask why they hold the view that they do. This can be a revealing exercise. If we know about the ideology

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An Apostate On Libertarians

Let me begin by stating that I believe everyone reading this article will at least share my desire for a more orderly and prosperous society than what currently exists in the West today. With that said, my criticisms and considerations are mainly directed at libertarians.

I should preface that I

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