This post is nonfactual and very dangerous.
Well, no. The reason why some people are willing to use any means necessary to fight back, is to save the earth. The earth is what’s at stake. Civilization will very likely make the planet uninhabitable on it’s way down. We desperately need to act.
Is it now? Just look at all the governments through out history. They all eventually crumble. Every single one of them.
To save the Earth? Hilarious.
If we nuked ourselves off the face of this planet, the Earth would be damaged, but over time, it will heal and correct itself and move on. We will be gone, the Earth will be here. The amount of damage we’d have to inflict onto the Earth to destroy it is nearly impossible because humanity wouldn’t be able to survive the process for long enough to see it through.
We do need to act, but not violently. That’s relying on the same force that government uses to bring about our preferences. How is that justifiable? It’s not.
Put down the violence and pick up the knowledge. That’s our only hope.
To the people who want to actively destroy government, I ask “Why turn to violence? Don’t even bother.” In the long run, every single government will inevitably destroy itself.
Explain the appeal of anarchism without using the letter ‘e’.
“Individual autonomy is paramount to social stability and human dignity. Anarchism supports this goal, that’s had through a combination of voluntary association and working-class solidarity against all forms of involuntary subordination.”
What do I win?
“to be had”
Does anyone else realize how incredible of a time we are living in?
Practically the entire planet, every corner and certainly every civilized continent is a midst protect, culture change, revolution and questioning. Questioning our existence, questioning our actions, questioning authority and questioning our destiny.
Yet, it seems as if no one is appreciating the beauty of the chaos we live in. We are seeing a time of civil unrest and conscious awakening that’s greater than the revolutionary era of 1776 to 1799 that saw both the American Revolution and the French Revolution.
The last few years has brought us the Arab Spring, the global Occupy movement, Wikileaks, the dissent and move to third and even fourth parties both here in America and abroad. We are seeing the weakening of political unions and the strengthening of localized, accessible government and even the promotion of self governance. The rise of Voluntaryism. The belief that voluntary interaction is not only better, but best.
The entire world is changing, at once. There is a global alignment of thought without coercion.
This isn’t the new world order that conspiracy theorists have feared for decades, this is the new world order that humanity has desperately seeking for millennia.