Anarchy Would Be Good

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posted on Dec, 14 2011 @ 11:51 PM
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Originally posted by allprowolfy
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So, why does everything have to come to fight club?

Because that's what the OP is basing his thread off of...dumb#$*%.

Let's spend all the money the the U.S. funds in a given year to kill our race, and focus it on technology, what a f novel concept huh?
Well I agree with you there...I don't know why you assume I'd be against that.

To put it in perspective if your scared..

I looked death in the face and laughed. You haven't seen what I've seen. You don't know where I've been.




posted on Dec, 14 2011 @ 11:55 PM
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Originally posted by Blue Shift

Originally posted by allprowolfy
Hey take this prospective, lets kill the past, and focus on the future. Let's spend all the money the the U.S. funds in a given year to kill our race, and focus it on technology, what a f novel concept huh?


Never happen. Once civil structure is gone, there's no need for high technology so we can all get fast email and play video games. No need to know anything much more than what's in a 20-mile radius. And money? Hey, man, money is all imaginary these days, didn't you know that? Somebody pulls a plug, and it's all gone! Whoosh!


You're right. A packet of seeds would be worth more than a bank full of money. And if I happened to have that packet of seeds and someone wanted to take it off me they'd find out that it was worth more than their life as well. And if someone came into my little area of survival they'd need to be able to talk fast and honest. There's no time to mess around when the worlds turned to anarchy.



posted on Dec, 15 2011 @ 12:03 AM
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Sad rebuttle, and I might add, very nice changing of my words, how did you do that? split my sentences with run-on sentences?

Sorry, man I have seen it all, so please do not scrutinize me, seen bones and flesh fly out of holes, worried about if my kids would see their dad? However, I have never bent so low as to change the whole sentence structure of another mans sentence, and not have the back-bone, to voice my opinion when he asked it of me?

Less than impressed"ghost"



posted on Dec, 15 2011 @ 12:13 AM
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Originally posted by Ghost375

There's ways to improve our current system, and take back control and give it to the people. Limiting campaign contributions from corporations to politicians would be a step in the right direction.
Throwing out the entire system is over the top.



Therein lays the problem. How is it to be accomplished. There are various ways, but considering extreme circumstances I think a quick and iron fist approach is necessary, so I am going to think in terms of expediting the entire thing as quick as possible.

Probably the most civil approach.
The government needs to step forward and admit to the true problem. The government needs to take charge and break off all relationships with corporations. Seize all US assets of the largest monopolies break-up all divisions and auction off to US citizens. Use the auction proceeds for the debt. Then however it needs to be done bring the entrenched corruption forward that is within our political infrastructure and deal with accordingly. That new law just passed might be a good way to test it out.


The other way, not so civil but none the less an option on the table.

If the government does not feel they can do what needs to be done, then tell the citizens that they must step aside and this is something the citizens must handle. Fair enough, they just need to point us in the right direction and have law enforcement stand down while we take over their empire. We storm their businesses and shut them down and claim them as our own. Assume ownership and continue making products or providing the service. No need to destroy anything, well some things will with out a doubt need to be bulldozed but that can be dealt with later.
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posted on Dec, 15 2011 @ 12:21 AM
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Originally posted by allprowolfy
reply to post by Ghost375
 


So, why does everything have to come to fight club?
Because that was what the OP based his thread off of, dum$%%^&.

Is that what your handlers and academia taught you that would happen if the TBTB where not in charge, you sound like a scared little child, not knowing a future.
You know there's a future where TPTB aren't in charge, and there isn't anarchy, right? Or do you only see in black and white?
And no, I do my own independent thinking. I know the future, and I also know you have no place in it. You won't be able to handle it.



Hey take this prospective, lets kill the past, and focus on the future.
Because forgetting about the past has been so successful in the past...*expletive* If you want to improve the future, you better know the past like the palm of your hand or you're going to make the same mistakes they made

Let's spend all the money the the U.S. funds in a given year to kill our race, and focus it on technology, what a f novel concept huh?
it's not a novel idea, people have been saying it for years.

To put it in perspective if your scared jump in my pocket i will take care of you, as the rest of the human race needs to get its technology game on and stop killing, and start producing: A highly efficient next generation, minus all the scared lil children and skeptics
I don't see any suggestions from you besides "Anarchy is all I can think of." Anarchy is the solution for those who can't think of any real solutions.



I only left out the parts of your posts that had no merit, and were disrespectful.
You're ignorant.
Is that better?

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posted on Dec, 15 2011 @ 12:22 AM
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People who tend to agree to this have nothing really to lose in the first place.



posted on Dec, 15 2011 @ 12:24 AM
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Originally posted by Blue Shift
For anybody who thinks anarchy would be good, could you be so kind as to leave the doors of your apartments (or flats) open during the looting so I'll be able to "make my way in" and forcefully take the finest things you have for my own? Thanks oh so very much.


This is the whole point. We *need* laws, and if we wouldn't have laws, individual people would MAKE them for themselves.

There is only a problem: Many people are not "rational" and also not "moral". They fabricate their own rules, like "i have the right to steal your stuff"...or "kill the other guy" for [insert whatever reason here]...out of pure egotism or jealousy (you have more money, girls..whatever..)...or simply wanting what the other person has because he doesn't have it.

So do you think abandoning laws would be something good?

Anarchy by definition would be abandoning those laws which are "above" us telling us in a way what is right and what not (yes, we are not always agreeing there what those laws tell us) - but you cannot simply abandon the laws while PEOPLE stay the same, driven by their deeper instincts.

It would just create more and more chaos, violence, murder etc..etc...so the Anarchy would simply not create anything positive, IMO...or only "freedom" for individuals at cost of something else.

(If i have the "freedom" to go out and shoot whoever i want..i don't think that this can be desired
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posted on Dec, 15 2011 @ 01:17 AM
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Originally posted by theovermensch
I can relate to Chuck Palahniuks 'Fight Club'. It says alot about how the modern world makes us impotent. Makes us feel imasculated. The modern world makes us paralysed. The themes seem to blame consumerism materialism and commercialism. It is saying that by placing such importance on material gain we are missing out on things that are real. We are missing what is good. It is saying that societies values are all out of whack and it is difficult for those that are aware.

I agree with all that. But I think the book is wrong by suggesting that we need to compromise. Why cant we all be Tyler Durden? I like that Durden does not care what comes after the rebellion. He does not fear it. He does not even plan for it. All he cares about is burning it to the ground. Smashing it up.I think there is something awesome about that. Why should we be scared? Why should we pull back?. When do we break the cocoon?.

The most common defense of capitalism is that nothing else works. Well guess what? Capitalism isnt working. Upward mobility was a scam and all the major players are basically bankrupt. Its time to roll the dice. The world is broken. Its not worth fixing the way it is. We must burn it down so that we can rise from the ashes like the pheonix.

And is anarchy really so scary? I think the nanny/police state that most of us live in makes us even more emasculated. More impotent.More paralysed.More locked up.Wouldnt it be kinda cool if you could challenge a guy to a duel and not have to worry about going to jail? In todays world we are forced to allow others to dishonour us. To insult us. To disrespect us. Someone can be a jerk to you and you cant punch them in the face.And they know it. It creates perfect conditions for jerks to breed. If jerks knew that they could get slapped with a duelling glove at any time there would be alot less jerks.

We used to be hunters. We are missing something. Anarchy would give it back. We dont know pain. We are non participants,non combatants. We get a DNP.. We are not in the game. I would welcome anarchy and something real. Cavemen had something that we are missing if you ask me.

Anarchy could be good.

And it would be good if we were all like Tyler Durden. (not that we should join Project Mayhem,but we should all embrace our inner ubermensch )


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Yes anarchy is scary because when there is no defined law people act as judge and jury.

People also become stupid animals when they are in packs.. a pack of angry stupid animals is more likely to hand out a death sentence to someone even suspected of a crime.



posted on Dec, 15 2011 @ 01:50 AM
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I agree, I mean look at Belgium they had probably one of the longest times of running with a government! Lol



posted on Dec, 15 2011 @ 02:45 AM
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Originally posted by Xtrozero
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People who tend to agree to this have nothing really to lose in the first place.



I think that is a silly thing to say.

I have plenty to lose.

Have you seen the new 'Planet of the Apes' movie? The best part is when they come to pick the ape up and take it home from the 'ape pound'. I love that instead of going home to the nice easy life that he had he turns his back. The ape has pride,the ape has dignity. The ape basically says "[SNIP] you!"

I think we need to have principles like the ape. We need to say [SNIP] you society! It might be easier to do nothing. To swallow our pride and take societies hand. But society isnt right.

I say [SNIP] you society.



posted on Dec, 15 2011 @ 02:51 AM
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Originally posted by steveknows
Anarchy would be great for you OP until someone comes after you with a gun and you can't call a cop.


I have a thread titled 'Do we really need the Police?' www.abovetopsecret.com...

I wouldnt call a cop.

[SNIP] the police.
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posted on Dec, 15 2011 @ 02:55 AM
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Originally posted by Blue Shift
For anybody who thinks anarchy would be good, could you be so kind as to leave the doors of your apartments (or flats) open during the looting so I'll be able to "make my way in" and forcefully take the finest things you have for my own? Thanks oh so very much.


I think anarchy would weed out people like you.

We could identify you and deal with you.

Maybe we wouldnt need locks on our doors after that.



posted on Dec, 15 2011 @ 03:12 AM
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Originally posted by theovermensch

Originally posted by Xtrozero
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People who tend to agree to this have nothing really to lose in the first place.



I think that is a silly thing to say.

I have plenty to lose.

Have you seen the new 'Planet of the Apes' movie? The best part is when they come to pick the ape up and take it home from the 'ape pound'. I love that instead of going home to the nice easy life that he had he turns his back. The ape has pride,the ape has dignity. The ape basically says "[SNIP] you!"

I think we need to have principles like the ape. We need to say [SNIP] you society! It might be easier to do nothing. To swallow our pride and take societies hand. But society isnt right.

I say [SNIP] you society.



And here I was thinking that Caesar would have preferd to go home in his heart but couldn't leave the other apes behind because he knew that they needed a leader to change their lives.

What I saw was an ape that stopped the other apes from getting out of hand as he kept interefering when they'd attack a human. That's called stopping the anarchy. If you look at the movie there is no anarchy but a plan and a direction. It's not about mob rule.

Also I think the best part of the movie and the part that gets the greatest point across is when he says "NO!" for the first time.

I Guess it depends on the mentality of the observer as to what you read into it.

Also the mentality of the ape is actually a human mentality which is what makes the story appealing to us mere humans.

Also what would you do if you lead a revolt and then the other humans said to you [SNIP] you if you tried to stop it turning into anarchy? And the other humans would tell you what you can do with yourself.
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posted on Dec, 15 2011 @ 03:29 AM
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Originally posted by theovermensch

Originally posted by steveknows
Anarchy would be great for you OP until someone comes after you with a gun and you can't call a cop.


I have a thread titled 'Do we really need the Police?' www.abovetopsecret.com...

I wouldnt call a cop.

[SNIP] the police.
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Poilice aren't perfect and there are power trippers and bad apples. However it would be ridiculous to think that we don't need the police. There's just to many of us to not have some official body policing the laws. Also what's your other option? If the police start to fail and can't regulate society then it's left up to the defence force. There's a very good reason why the police are parra-military and not military.
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posted on Dec, 15 2011 @ 03:41 AM
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Text And here I was thinking that Caesar would have preferd to go home in his heart but couldn't leave the other apes behind because he knew that they needed a leader to change their lives.


Yeah,I guess we saw that differently. I didnt think he did want to go home because he saw Francos character differently after what had happened and what he had learned. But yeah,I agree he definatly rejected what he used to be and embraced his inner ape. I kinda thought he was changing allegiances because he saw things more clearly. Not because of compassion. But yeah, might be my mentality.



posted on Dec, 15 2011 @ 03:50 AM
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Text Also what would you do if you lead a revolt and then the other humans said to you [SNIP] you if you tried to stop it turning into anarchy? And the other humans would tell you what you can do with yourself.
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I think political anarchy and what you are talking about are different.

And I dont seek to lead anything. But I would lead by consensus. If they told me to [SNIP] myself I guess they would get a new leader.

If things went bad I say so be it. I dont think much of humans if we cant control ourselves. But I dont think things would descend into chaos just because the Nanny State wasnt holding our hand.

I think humans are better than most of you do. I think most people are good. And I dont fear the bad.



posted on Dec, 15 2011 @ 04:00 AM
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Originally posted by steveknows

Originally posted by theovermensch

Originally posted by steveknows
Anarchy would be great for you OP until someone comes after you with a gun and you can't call a cop.


I have a thread titled 'Do we really need the Police?' www.abovetopsecret.com...

I wouldnt call a cop.

[SNIP] the police.
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Poilice aren't perfect and there are power trippers and bad apples. However it would be ridiculous to think that we don't need the police. There's just to many of us to not have some official body policing the laws. Also what's your other option? If the police start to fail and can't regulate society then it's left up to the defence force. There's a very good reason why the police are parra-military and not military.
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I think most of the police are not needed. From the thread I decided that in my opinion, swat teams and intelligence type stuff are needed. But the average revenue raising cop that we see are not needed.

And I would like to see the army used in a way that was some use to the general public. Why dont they police us? Why do we have such a waste of a standing army that does almost nothing of use. The Armed Forces cost the taxpayer alot in peace times for little return.



posted on Dec, 15 2011 @ 04:02 AM
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Anarchy is a political philosophy. Noam Chomsky is an anarchist.

Your anarchy is complete chaos or returning back to a creature state, where we'd be free as animals and kill each other for food or territory. To do that would be to deny your own reason and awareness; to spit on your own intelligence and creativity.

Unfortunately, because of proximity, overpopulation and objectivity; we've become herd-like. The only thing a wolf such as yourself can do is: join other wolves and hunt in a pack, wear the sheep's clothing and exist, or attack alone and get trampled. But don't ever give up your reason for the freedoms of a passive creature. We've already transcended nature, there's no turning back to it. Rely on your reason and intelligence to challenge your fellow man— become wolf-like, prey on the sheep—the feeding grounds are abundant.



posted on Dec, 15 2011 @ 04:03 AM
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Originally posted by theovermensch

Originally posted by steveknows

Originally posted by theovermensch

Originally posted by steveknows
Anarchy would be great for you OP until someone comes after you with a gun and you can't call a cop.


I have a thread titled 'Do we really need the Police?' www.abovetopsecret.com...

I wouldnt call a cop.

[SNIP] the police.
edit on 15-12-2011 by theovermensch because: typo


Poilice aren't perfect and there are power trippers and bad apples. However it would be ridiculous to think that we don't need the police. There's just to many of us to not have some official body policing the laws. Also what's your other option? If the police start to fail and can't regulate society then it's left up to the defence force. There's a very good reason why the police are parra-military and not military.
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I think most of the police are not needed. From the thread I decided that in my opinion, swat teams and intelligence type stuff are needed. But the average revenue raising cop that we see are not needed.

And I would like to see the army used in a way that was some use to the general public. Why dont they police us? Why do we have such a waste of a standing army that does almost nothing of use. The Armed Forces cost the taxpayer alot in peace times for little return.

Perhaps we have peacetime because the defence force is costing the tax payer alot. Take away a defence force and you get an invasion.



posted on Dec, 15 2011 @ 04:07 AM
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Text Perhaps we have peacetime because the defence force is costing the tax payer alot. Take away a defence force and you get an invasion.


Let it come.

And there have been periods through history when Rulers have decided to rely on mercenaries when needed. I think that is a more economical idea. And you would not need conscription if there was an invasion. Who wouldnt fight?





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