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Post by The imperial reichtag suppressed by Myan slan.

The imperial reichtag

Wow that is a shame.

That is why I hold to the firm belief that out of all of the vestiges of bourgeoisie society, religion might be the biggest detriment of them all to the struggles working class.

Post by The imperial reichtag suppressed by Myan slan.

The imperial reichtag

Oops. double post :(

Post by New unsociety suppressed by Myan slan.

Did i mention the Church is the biggest business,with the arch-vile-bishop as the biggest businessman,and cooperates with many big businesses,and owns half the old part of the capital?

The People of the old city are now struggling against its grip.

Post by Anarchocapitalistan suppressed by Myan slan.

my comment on church, bishops or the pope?
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fHRDfut2Vx0

Post by Stanff suppressed by Myan slan.

Love Tim Minchin. Thought yours was a serious video was gunna post this- http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XXfmjMlPEic&feature=related

Post by Anarchocapitalistan suppressed by Myan slan.

yeah, Minchin made alot of true -and funny!- stuff!

Post by The imperial reichtag suppressed by Myan slan.

The imperial reichtag

Anyone here play cybernations?

Post by Anarchocapitalistan suppressed by Myan slan.

played it a time ago but found it too timeexpensive

Post by Extropian idealists suppressed by Myan slan.

Extropian idealists

Welcome back Hamburg - sankt pauli

Post by The imperial reichtag suppressed by Myan slan.

The imperial reichtag

Well if anyone is interested in Cybernations, im in an alliance called the Libertarian Socialist Federation. We are ran like a true anarchist society, with co-ordinators and the membership all pulling their weight equally. It's really cool. If any of you are interested, telegraph me about it.

Post by Quoiae suppressed by Myan slan.

lol "run like a true anarchist society". Bit oxymoronic, don't ya think? There's no way to run an anarchist society. It isn't democratic, hierarchical, communist or capitalist. It just... is.

Post by The imperial reichtag suppressed by Myan slan.

The imperial reichtag

Not at all. It can be both communist and democratic (since those 2 go hand in hand). Look at Catalonia. It was a fully functional Anarcho-communist Society ran by the workers. There are no heirarchys, so I guess in that sense, it just "is", but to say that the statement "running" or "managing" an anarchist society is paraodxial is simply false,

Post by Anarchocapitalistan suppressed by Myan slan.

not again this absurdity of "anarchy is democracy is communism"

Post by Seeya suppressed by Myan slan.

not again this absurdity of "The Snow Crash Dystopia of Anarchocapitalistan"

(see what I did there? voiced opposition without any actual content, just like you)

Post by Stanff suppressed by Myan slan.

Look, we are all reasonable men here. We don't have to insult each other as if we were lawyers.

Post by The imperial reichtag suppressed by Myan slan.

The imperial reichtag

The Snow Cash are you implying that anarchism is not democratic? Anarchism is a political philosophy that views the state as unnecessary and harmful, and most anarchist believe that society should be managed by the people themselves, by aboloshing capitalism and private property, in favor of common ownership of the means of production through a system of voluntary association, which is the end goal of socialism (communism), and about as democratic as it gets (anarhism isn't inherently communist, taking into account individualist mutualism and certian aspects of complete collectvism, although most anarchist do identify as anarcho-communists/syndicalists, so I will give you that one). so I really don't know what you're trying to imply here unless you're just trying to come off as witty without actually contributing anything to the conversation.

Post by Brightnewday suppressed by Myan slan.

I would like to inform you about the recent flaming situation in Greece and kindly request your support. It concerns the largest hunger strike in the history of Europe that takes place in Greece these days. 300 immigrants are on hunger strike since January 25, demanding something as simple as the recognition of their own existence.

This effort comes as an ultimate scream against a state that denies to legalize them, even that they live and work in the country for more than 10 years. This lack of legal status makes them vulnerable to poverty and exploitation by the employers. They are deprived of any form social policy (medical care, pension etc). They do not have any official documents and they are under the constant threat of deportation, while many of them are asylum seekers. The situation gets even worst with the growing number of incidents of racist violence.

You can express your support by sending an e-mail to: ypografes.allilegyi.stin.apergia@gmail.com
For further information/action, please visit the following link: http://hungerstrike300.espivblogs.net/call-for-solidarity/

Post by The imperial reichtag suppressed by Myan slan.

The imperial reichtag

Hmmm. I will definately look into this. Thanks.

Post by Quoiae suppressed by Myan slan.

Anarchism is not synonymous with democracy or communism. Nor is it inherently anti-capitalist.

Post by Anarchocapitalistan suppressed by Myan slan.

anarchy is not communism. if it was, we wouldn't need the term "communism" as an ideology.
same goes for democracy, capitalism or any other stateism ie state-dominated ideology.

Procyonida

Post by Seeya suppressed by Myan slan.

Alligators are not crocodiles. Purple isn't violet. How many angels can dance on the head of a pin? What is the point of this discussion? That if you support anarchism, and that anarchism "really" means <fill in the blank>, then you must support this, that, or the other thing? That's bull$#!+.

I didn't come to call myself an anarchist first. I only came at it because there were certain things I support and oppose, regardless of what you call it. It just so happens that many people who have the same ideas call themselves anarchists (or anarcho-syncialists / anarcho-communists / libertarian socialists / etc) and thus I just use the shared terminology for convenience sake only.

Post by YoriZ suppressed by Myan slan.

Anarchy is always a paradigmatic philosophy. All anarchist theories have a fundamental critique on government and a vision of a society without government. However, most anarchist agree that anarchy is not a system of complete chaos and lawlessness. Different theories propagete different means of reaching an anarchist society, including different sets of rules and organisation structures. We can have long discussions on the different theories. However, the fact is that here in nationstates our description is made up of the cartoonish image of armed biker gangs fighting over a post-apocalyptic tract of desert ('...Its compassionate, hard-working, intelligent population of 14.491 billion live in a state of perpetual fear, as a complete breakdown of social order has led to the rise of order through biker gangs...'). This somewhat simple description brings us close to the subjective popular sentiment that
what anarchy evokes is a visceral vision of violence, disorder, and bloody chaos.

Post by Stanff suppressed by Myan slan.

YoriZ is right. But the trouble is, there is no other word for 'anarchy' meaning chaos, which gives people the wrong idea of Anarchy the political ideology.

Another point- There was a reason that the Socialists, Marxists and Anarchists fought together in Spain. And co-existed quite well, prior to Stalinist intervention. They do have points of agreement on quite significant issues.

Post by Anarchiesta suppressed by Myan slan.

apparently ive been involved in some conflict, care to help?

viewtopic.php?f=5&t=98875

Post by Viljar suppressed by Myan slan.

good morning all. frisky region!
come to my camper and have a cookie
puff puff pass

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