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well of course there are many different (typically hot-topic and other market-driven) ideas of "anarchy". as in many people have a misconception that anarchists stand for chaos disorder, etc. whereas classical anarhism (read the wikipedia article) i.e. anarchism based on the writings of goldman, kropotkin, rocker, bakunin, etc. are all about creating a society that doesn't need laws - relying more on cooperation, autonomous self-organization, and the ol' LEMA (liberty, equality and mutual aid).
if you are an anarchist, than you are a disgrace to anarchist philosophies. i am curious–what does anarchism mean to you? because anarchism is in by no way a rejection of ‘politics’–it is a rejection of hierarchical establishments and power structures. tell me–have you read bakunin, kropotkin, rocker, goldman, berkman–etc.
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