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"All things for all men, since all men have need of them, since all men worked to produce them in the measure of their strength, and since it is not possible to evaluate everyone's part in the production of the world's wealth... All is for all!" Kropotkin (1842 - 1921)

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21.The Armed Republic of YnnyPsychotic Dictatorship“Alea Jacta Est”
22.The Federation of Anarchist Free LandsLeft-wing Utopia“Seek out the truth and realize it yourselves.”
23.The Free Land of RthivoraLeft-wing Utopia“No Gods, No Masters”
24.The Creeping Celestial Vault of Sun and Moon and StarsWA MemberScandinavian Liberal Paradise“No gods; No kings”
25.The Free Land of MarjahScandinavian Liberal Paradise“All is for all!”
26.The Free Land of AdamslandLeft-wing Utopia“We do not sow blood”
27.The Protectorate of The UFoC Mission to AnarchyDemocratic Socialists“We Stand On Guard For Thee”
28.The Whacking Great Illusion of PseudonesiaNew York Times Democracy“Liberation: From Want. From Injustice. From Ego.”
29.The Free Land of The MeerkatsLeft-wing Utopia“Meerkats don't need no god!”
30.The Republic of RungScandinavian Liberal Paradise“You rang?”
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Hey all. I'm new from Anarchist Alliance. I recently resurrected my nation after some neglect and I found the AA was pretty much gutted.

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The Social Anarchist Utopia of Equilibrium131 wrote:Hey all. I'm new from Anarchist Alliance. I recently resurrected my nation after some neglect and I found the AA was pretty much gutted.

Welcome!

The Autonomous Zone of Zapatista Chiapas wrote:I don't buy it. What's to stop the owners from firing workers who strike, or even paying to have troublesome workers killed?

There wasn't any regulation on the economy during the late 19th century, during the era of Robber Barons and Pinkerton agents, and this is precisely what happened. How many of our comrades gave blood or even died fighting capitalists during that time?

The society proposed by anarcho-capitalists is a regression to the Gilded Age, not a progression to a society free of hierarchical systems of oppression.

In my experience, anarchocapitalists come in two flavors: the first are not really anarchists, and the second are not really capitalists. The second group is confused, and the first group is also confused, but is mostly just disingenuous about their real motives.


Most of the state's actions during the 19th century were to give preferences to certain corporations over another, ergo bastardizing the idea of the free market in order to incentivize the Hamiltonian idea of "progressive industralization." An authentic free-market would not favor the bourgeois that similarly gained a lot of power during that time period, but work against it. The Jeffersonians knew that much and worked to prevent it - but ultimately caved in.

"I hope we shall crush in its birth the aristocracy of our monied corporations which dare already to challenge our government to a trial by strength, and bid defiance to the laws of our country." -TJ

Also, the Gilded Age was not laissez-faire capitalism, and definitely not what market anarchists and market minarchists, and even many ancaps, wish to regress to. It was, for the proletariat, much better than both today and the 19th century as real wages increased sharply along with the standard of living, and liberal presidents did much in the power to cut subsidies. But it wasn't perfect.

The latter group that you are talking about aren't confused at all, they simply define capitalism differently. (As for the record, I am a left-libertarian minarchist, or left wing classical liberal, whichever works).

How do I turn a civil rights love fest to a anarchy.

Hello everyone! I'm new here with a new nation. Look forward to being part of this community.

The Federation of Anarchist Free Lands wrote:Hello everyone! I'm new here with a new nation. Look forward to being part of this community.

Welcome!

I have a question. When I created this nation it asked me what kind of government I wanted it to be, and I chose "anarchic", which I imagine should tell the game my nation is stateless. Yet my overview page talks about my "state-planned" economy lol. I take it NationStates is not very anarchist friendly with its game mechanics. Or is there some way to change this stuff through issues or settings?

The Federation of Anarchist Free Lands wrote:I have a question. When I created this nation it asked me what kind of government I wanted it to be, and I chose "anarchic", which I imagine should tell the game my nation is stateless. Yet my overview page talks about my "state-planned" economy lol. I take it NationStates is not very anarchist friendly with its game mechanics. Or is there some way to change this stuff through issues or settings?


You are playing a game called NationStates. Your nation type is determined by how you answer your issues, but there's no getting away from the fundamental premise of the game, which is to build a state. Answering your issues like an anarchist is likely to create some kind of centrally planned bureaucratic nanny state.

Nations with the "Anarchy" classification are described as being warzone wastelands ruled by roving gangs like a cross between the worst areas of Somalia and The Road Warrior. They typically have high morality rates, poor health outcomes, low rates of intelligence and education and often unfettered capitalist policies as well.

The Autonomous Zone of Zapatista Chiapas wrote:You are playing a game called NationStates. Your nation type is determined by how you answer your issues, but there's no getting away from the fundamental premise of the game, which is to build a state. Answering your issues like an anarchist is likely to create some kind of centrally planned bureaucratic nanny state.


I realize the name of the game and that the overwhelming majority of players would create states, but I assumed when I saw "anarchic" in the government type that it also allowed for stateless options. I thought you could build a nation that operates in the context of a statist government or one that operates on the principles of stateless anarchist organization; the name of the game just reflecting what most people would make. I realize that's not the case now.

[quote]Nations with the "Anarchy" classification are described as being warzone wastelands ruled by roving gangs like a cross between the worst areas of Somalia and The Road Warrior. They typically have high morality rates, poor health outcomes, low rates of intelligence and education and often unfettered capitalist policies as well. [/quote]
I see. The developers of the game consider anarchy in the dictionary sense (chaos) and the not the philosophical, political sense. That's a shame.

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