Anarchism is possibly the most misunderstood political philosophy
Anarchy can work, and HAS worked, but right now probably
wouldn't work with the state
the world is in right now (drugs, gangs, civil
Anarchy is not chaos
, as laws are uneccessary anyway, even when there is a government to enforce them. As Ammon Hennacy said, "Oh, judge, your damn laws, the good people
don't need them and the bad people
don't follow them, so what
good are they
?" Like I said before, if anarchy were to happen right now chaos
ensue, but this largely due to how fucked up our governments have let the world become.
Government is an unneccessary evil. The idea that people should
be bound by agreements their
ancestors made is absurd. I believe I am better fit to run my own life
that George Bush is.
If you ever see anny
dumbass in an anarchy shirt from
hot topic, scribbling it in textbooks at school, I want you to ask them to explain anarchy to you. Chances are they
have no fucking
clue as to what they
're talking about and will tell you that they
so that they
things up and drink. Punch them in the face for me.
Anarchy would be a very bad idea to try right now. In times like these anarchism is better left as an ideal for people
who do get it. It's not something worth
arguing about over the internet, because anarchy is not going to happen on a large enough
scale to matter in anyone's lifetime who is alive
today, and if there was anarchy, there probably
wouldn't be an internet for very long ;).
All my teachers want to tell me how bad an idea anarchy would be, when I already know that. They need
to tell that to the idiots who listen to sexist and homophobic music
such as Insane Clown Posse and wear anarchy shirts they bought
from Hot Topic.