Anarchism is a sort of electrical current, used to give perspective to those who lack it

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posted on Feb, 8 2012 @ 10:14 PM
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Originally posted by Quantazero
I once agreed to have a cup of coffee with another anarchist, but we got into a fist fight over where to go. All kiding aside my view of anarchism makes me a soverign of myself, I can have no leader because no one is more qualified than myself to lead me. I may asist you if I choose, I may let you speak on my behalf if I choose, its all in the choice. I stand by my earlier statement that most professed anarchists are red on the inside, at least the ones I run into, but hell true communism would be better than what we have now. I fully support your Occupy efforts but remember once you've occupied America we'll still be lurking in the shadows with a new enemy.


lol don't get me wrong, i'm far from a communist myself. if anything i'd consider my ideology most closely related to mutualism, but i have my own theories on anarchist economics. of course it starts with individual sovereignty, but when we are in a group setting (which, at some point, we will all be inevitably) and we need to make some consensus decisions and take action as a whole, sometimes it takes a few voices to help point some of the others in the right direction. i'm not saying that you personally NEED to follow along. i am still saying keep your autonomy. maybe i can reword it and say that i am "letting you lead on my behalf". either way you look at it, there are times when we need strength in numbers and if we're all doing our own thing free of regard to others within our movement then nothing will get done. it's about maintaining individual sovereignty but buying into a cause we agree with and cooperating with others, not volunteering for someone else to have authority over us.






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