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  • For there is not a greater enimie to that estate, than to admit participants in roialtie, which as it is a readie way to cause a subuersion of a monarchie; so it is the shortest cut ouer to a disordered anarchie.

    Chronicles (1 of 6): The Historie of England (6 of 8) The Sixt Booke of the Historie of England

  • Des hommes qui penseraient comme lui ne formeraient qu'une anarchie: et je vois trop, par l'example de

    Baron D'Holbach : a Study of Eighteenth Century Radicalism in France

  • Des hommes qui penseraient comme lui ne formeraient qu'une anarchie: et je vois trop, par l'example de Geneve, combien l'anarchie est a craindre.

    Baron d'Holbach

  • « Si une question doit véritablement trancher entre minarchie et anarchie c’est comment on compte aboutir à l’un où l’autre.

    There's a reason the Blogging Tories are so stupid.

  • L†™ anarchie de A à Z: «V» comme violence étatique

    Anarkismo.net

  • At least now we know that 80% of economists are complete idiots! this news flash is a memo from the desk of the president! you see he's got the media to print positive spin and not reality! we know the reality, were living the reality! but if they keep printing negative (or reality) people will never think positive and give up it's all a bunch of bull huckie granted! however he's hoping that if they keep reporting on hopefull things and not the way things are maybe just maybe well start believing! and secondly he hasn't a clue of how to turn things around but if he admits that he knows what will happen! ever heard of anarchie? it's just around the corner!

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