Anarchism still going strong in Norway

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posted on Jan, 26 2004 @ 08:58 PM
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The Anarchy of Norway is still going strong

Some time has passed on since the Norwegian People turned their back against the main economic political course of the social democrat government, at the 1994 EU referendum. While the Norwegian EEC referendum in the early seventies gave a movement to the left on the economic political map, the megatrend of the late eighties and early nineties was a movement to the right and upwards. The EU referendum indicated a further jump in this direction, and thus the economic political system in Norway made a revolutionary change, and passed the border between the marxist social democrat sector and the anarchist sector of social individualism. This of course is a major social event in the economic political world history.

A long jump further rightwards may result in a social liberal system, and a reverse tendency may give a retardation to marxist social democracy, but this is not the case at the moment, and thus the living Anarchy of Norway (AoN) is still going strong.

Although the system by now is significantly anarchist, i.e. within the Quadrant of Anarchism on the economic political map, it is somewhat far from the anarchist ideal on the top of the map. Thus, it is plenty of room for improvement from anarchist perspective, and by no means time for a break in the fight against authoritarian tendencies. The revolution must be fought permanent, in the daily life, to sustain and develope further. However, as long as a) Norway stays out of EU, b) populist and nationalist tendencies are put at place, and c) the left and right tendencies outbalance each other reasonable as by now, Norway will probably stay anarchist, and be a lighthouse for EU and the rest of the world.

Let's work together, on co-operative or individual basis, in media, political and economic organizations, to support the Anarchy of Norway and anarchist tendencies all over the world.

II. THE ANARCHIST REVOLUTIONARY CHANGE IN 1994

A. THE DOMESTIC MEGATREND AND THE EU REFERENDUM

28.11.1994 the marxist PM & Co's effort to break the domestic megatrend towards anarchy, by establishing supra-national bureaucracy, was crushed by the EU-referendum. 3 266 064 had the right to vote, 89,0 % participated and 52,2 % voted no. The supra-national Brussels-bureaucracy had to return, the Norwegian system made a revolutionary change, and passed the border to the anarchist quadrant on the EP map. Before the referendum the ruling system virtually and in many ways practically and mentally was "in" the European Union. The only that lacked was de facto the "keys" to the offices... The "NO!" turned the whole thing upside down... The marxist matriarch, called the "Yes to EU Queen" in the newsmedia, and ruling powerful according to this title, de facto abdicated as an arch, kept a low profile in the newsmedia, retired to significant confederal/central administration only, and left the system significant to anarchy rules - OK - in the following time.

After the referendum the CNN (after a little help from the AIT/AIIS) reports: "an almost perfect society", about the Norwegian economic-political system.

The Northern Anarchist Confederation - Anarkistenes organisasjon i Norden, expressed the following view:

At the EU referendum 28.11.1994, the Norwegian People turned their back against the main economic political course of the social democrat government. While the Norwegian EEC referendum in the early seventies gave a movement to the left on the economic political map, the megatrend of the late eighties and early nineties was a movement to the right and upwards. The EU referendum indicated a further jump in this direction, and thus the economic political system in Norway made a revolutionary change, and passed the border between the marxist social democrat sector and the anarchist sector of social individualism. This of course is a major social event in the economic political world history.

A long jump further rightwards may result in a social liberal system, and a reverse tendency may give a retardation to marxist social democracy, but this is not the case at the moment.

Although the system by now is significantly anarchist, i.e. within the Quadrant of Anarchism on the economic political map, it is somewhat far from the anarchist ideal on the top of the map.

www.anarchy.org...




posted on Jan, 27 2004 @ 01:08 AM
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Heh, somehow the words "anarchist" and "Norway" just don't fit together. ....

Hows this for an Org name...

Folkebevegelsen for valgboikott av RV, Fr.p og andre autoritære

www.anarchy.org...

Don't try and say it with your mouth full....



posted on Feb, 21 2004 @ 01:54 PM
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Originally posted by Netchicken
Heh, somehow the words "anarchist" and "Norway" just don't fit together. ....


Well. The popular and incorrect understanding, that anarchy is chaos, does not fit with the Norwegian system. But anarchy is not chaos. Anarchy is "coordination on equal footing, without superiors and subordinates, i.e. horizontal organization and co-operation without coercion." This is the opposite of chaos and other authoritarian tendencies. Read more about this here: www.anarchy.no... and here: www.anarchy.no...

You should also read about the Oslo Convention, witch deals with the media and other people mixing anarchism with chaos and authoritarian tendencies. Here: www.anarchy.no...

Norway is significantly anarchist compared to most other nations in the world. On the economical and political map, we are placed within the Social Individualistic quadrat. Check the second link above to read more.

I have been leaning towards anarchism for a couple of years now, and www.anarchy.no is one of the extremely few good sources of knowledge on anarchism you can get on the Internet. There are a lot of stupid people calling themselves anarchists out there; so there are also a lot of bad sites... promoting anarchy as something it's not. Troublemakers, ochlarists and stupid kids throwing rocks at the police during demonstrations, to cause riots... they are not anarchists.


Hows this for an Org name...

Folkebevegelsen for valgboikott av RV, Fr.p og andre autoritære

www.anarchy.org...

Don't try and say it with your mouth full....



Hehe. Folkebevegelsen for valgboikott av RV, Fr.p og andre autoritære = The peoples movement for election boycott of RV, Fr.p and other authoritarians.

This was just a small movement of anarchists and other non-authoritarian who worked against authoritarian parties before the 2001 election. RV is the Red Election Alliance. Authoritarian Socialists.. Maoists. Fr.p is the populist right wing party. They actually suggested to electronically mark every foreign person that comes to our country to seek asylum.


[Edited on 21-2-2004 by AntiSystem]



posted on Feb, 21 2004 @ 02:07 PM
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Anarchism is everywhere. I know an anarchist.



posted on Feb, 21 2004 @ 03:59 PM
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Originally posted by AD5673
Anarchism is everywhere. I know an anarchist.

That's just like saying, I know someone who knows someone who robs some people. It's just that retarded, I'm sorry.





 
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