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Real Anarchy = Real Change

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posted on Apr, 23 2012 @ 08:40 PM
The government is prepping big time for such an eventuality and they push the envelope every day with new laws to permit them to "legally" react as strongly as they wish whenever the people get around to saying enough ~ if they ever get to that point. I'm beginning to doubt the people will ever get to that point until they're wearing chains.

posted on Apr, 24 2012 @ 08:01 AM

Originally posted by artistpoet
During the French Revolution - Anarchist's were seen as the enemy also - Seeking to redistribute wealth so all in need were cared for. Money was not a consideration - if a widow was hungry they wuold get her bread from the baker. If someone required medicines - A pharmacist would be asked to give that.
So no money but each given what they required and those able to give by their labours did so freely.
This is why it did not last very long till power hungry know it alls took over.
Anarchy is the opposite to violent change and those who call themselves Anarchists are just fulfilling the role that those in power accused them of - So I see no true anarchist's just brainwashed people who call themselves such

But that still leaves the people that work their hind ends off supporting those that don't.
If it happened in today times my garden would be raided for somone who has never worked a day in their life, what would the people on welfare do to benefit the people who will be required to support them?

posted on Apr, 24 2012 @ 01:41 PM
reply to post by VforVendettea

Yes I do see your point but that is not what I meant
I am not an anarchist - I only say what I Know of it.
I have lived a self sufficient lifestyle with a largish group of people but that is not any political system
So I guess to understand what Anarchy truly is supposed to be you have to study it - my knowledge of it is limited.
I do not advocate it -
As for Chaos - I believe the world is already chaotic and detached.
As for someone creating order that is a dangerous idea - Who's order - Who's ideology

posted on Apr, 28 2012 @ 01:13 PM
What kind of change, however? I recently watched a story based in Portland in which the "Red and Black" coffee shop asked a paying customer to leave on the basis of his being a uniformed Police Officer who had served in the Marine Corps or Army in Iraq.

A subsequent press conference indicated that one of the collective owners of the coffeehouse was both a member of AntiFa and volunteered as a Sexual Assault/Domestic Violence Advocate.

My question then, is how does one expect to address social issues by redressing victimization and advocating for victims' rights while maintaining an "A.C.A.B." philosophy? Seems to me, "All Domestic Abusers and Rapists are Bastards"!

And what's ironic, there are many AntiFa causes which I would support, such as Food Not Bombs and Animal Liberation, but the problem with most Anarchists is that when it comes to race, they never seek to oppose La Raza or the New Black Panther Party For Self-Defense.

"Anti-Racist" is a code-word for Anti-White.

A recent White Nationalist rally was held in West Allis Wisconsin to address the outbreak of flash-mob violence a the Wisconsin State Fair in Milwaukee. Many people called the National Socialist Movement, whose Wisconsin Unit launched the event, and thanked them for finally standing up against anti-White violence.

Meanwhile members of A.R.A. lured an advance team of NSM personnel to a meet-up location of what was supposed to be some supporters of White Civil Rights and then presumed to attack the Party members.

My question, then, is how does the AntiFa/A.R.A. justify supporting the flash-mob attacks by African American "Yoots" against White State-fair attendees?

posted on Apr, 28 2012 @ 01:17 PM
reply to post by WarJohn

While anarchy may bring about real "change" it plays into TPTB who want to effect change in a more authoritarian fashion. Remember the motto "Ordo Ab Chao" ("Order Out of Chaos"). Be careful what you wish for.......

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