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Austro-libertarian/AnCap/Market Anarchist circle jerk thread


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Might as well have one of these with all the libertarian-tinged stuff that gets posted here. This is kinda like the Ron Paul appreciation thread, just, more focused on an ideology than a person.

Gonna start it off with an AnCap remix of Wiz Khalifa's 'Black and Yellow'

[ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=38K9X5PMLRU]YouTube - Black And Yellow - AnCap Remix[/ame]
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I Survived /r/anarchism’s ShitStorm of 2010 and I Didn’t Even Get a Lousy T-Shirt. | A Division by Zer0

Some left-anarchism irony

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I Survived /r/anarchism’s ShitStorm of 2010 and I Didn’t Even Get a Lousy T-Shirt. | A Division by Zer0

Some left-anarchism irony


What in the hell did I just read? Are they sure they didn't mean to name the subreddit r/authoritarianfeminism rather than r/anarchism?
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What in the hell did I just read? Are they sure they didn't mean to name the subreddit r/authoritarianfeminism rather than r/anarchism?


Or /r/criticaltheorygonewild

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YouTube - Doug Stanhope - Deadbeat Hero (2004)

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Here's a short video that's quite informative
[ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KXNRzI64L9Q"]YouTube - The State Is Not Great: How Government Poisons Everything[/ame]

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fitting:

Revolutionary Ukraine. Russian Civil War.

http://www.nestormak...lish/revukr.htm

The revolution in the Ukraine took a different course from many other parts of the former Russian empire mainly as a result of the Brest-Litovsk treaty, in which the Bolsheviks agreed to allow the Central Powers to take over the Ukraine. In addition, the Bolshevik party was relatively weak in Ukraine and the Ukrainian anarchists were better organized than the Russian anarchists.



An anarchist revolution developed in the Ukraine, based on village assemblies, communes and free soviets. A partisan militia was formed to fight against counter-revolutionary armies that were attempting to forcibly re-impose the state and class society. This militia succeeded in defeating the Germans, Austrians, Ukrainian Nationalists, and the White armies of Denikin and Wrangel. It was not, however, able to defeat the Bolsheviks, who used their far superior resources to conquer the Ukraine in 1921.


At first the revolution in the Ukraine took a course similar to the rest of the Russian empire. Soviets were formed, land was expropriated, etc. The Germans and Austrians set up a puppet dictatorship headed by Hetman Skoropadsky. This government launched a counter-revolution, restoring the landlords to power and oppressing the peasants. The people living in Ukraine did not have a say in the treaty delivering them to the Austro-German imperialists and did not particularly want to be ruled by the Central Powers.


So they rebelled. Peasant insurrections erupted all throughout the Ukraine against the Hetman government and it’s imperialist masters. Peasants formed partisan units to wage guerilla warfare. (101) These partisans formed links with each other and eventually formed the Revolutionary Insurrectionary Army of the Ukraine. The existence of this movement lends support to left-wing critics of the Brest-Litovsk treaty, who argued in favor of a revolutionary guerilla war.



A major organizer in this peasant war was the anarcho-communist Nestor Makhno. Prior to the German takeover Makhno had been active in the peasant and workers movement, acting to help expropriate the means of production and overthrown capitalism. The RIAU was also called the Makhnovists (after Nestor Makhno), the insurgent army and the black army after it’s distinctive black flags (black being the color of anarchism). Although named after Makhno, "The movement would have existed without Makhno, since the living forces, the living masses who created and developed the movement, and who brought Makhno forward merely as their talented military leader, would have existed without Makhno." (102) Many other anarchists also played significant roles in organizing the insurgent army, although it was not a purely anarchist army. Most members of the movement were not well versed in anarchist theory; they became anarchists more on the basis of their own experience.














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<retard>Without government, what's to stop a desperate person from getting a gun killing your family and taking your property? Never in history has your society ever been tried before, that means it won't work. The only way that people would settle disputes is whoever has the biggest gun. look at Somalia, people will just run around killing each other until some form of government steps in.<retard/>

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Here's a short video that's quite informative


Yea a short 50 Min video...:wave:

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Yea a short 50 Min video...:wave:

Like I said, short;).

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[ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wyrFWbGiGOc]YouTube - "Share The Air" Presentation[/ame]

First time I had an allergic reaction to a YouTube video.

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^^^ LOL that was awesome.

I liked reading that thing about reddit too, "Bropotkin" made me rofl.

Then I went and read some of the stuff on reddit and I was like WUT :confused:? Libertarian-socialism, that's like an oxymoron. Can anyone shed light on why people think they can be libertarian and socialist? Maybe they envision a place where everyone will voluntarily agree to be part of their collective?

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First time I had an allergic reaction to a YouTube video.


Holy shit! I would love to fart in her face...

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^^^ LOL that was awesome.

I liked reading that thing about reddit too, "Bropotkin" made me rofl.

Then I went and read some of the stuff on reddit and I was like WUT :confused:? Libertarian-socialism, that's like an oxymoron. Can anyone shed light on why people think they can be libertarian and socialist? Maybe they envision a place where everyone will voluntarily agree to be part of their collective?




There is your answer

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YouTube - "Share The Air" Presentation

First time I had an allergic reaction to a YouTube video.




This literally hurt me. I felt uncomfortable in every single part of my body listening to this girl.

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YouTube - "Share The Air" Presentation

First time I had an allergic reaction to a YouTube video.

I'm pretty sure she's just trolling, or I hope at least.

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YouTube - "Share The Air" Presentation

First time I had an allergic reaction to a YouTube video.

She raises many valid points. You must be trolling. Please stop, you're sending negative energy into the air.

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She raises many valid points. You must be trolling. Please stop, you're sending negative energy into the air.


Trollololol

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YouTube - "Share The Air" Presentation

First time I had an allergic reaction to a YouTube video.


LIKE, that was LIKE, tough to, LIKE watch.

I wanted to LIKE, ask her for LIKE, some of LIKE, whatever she is on.

Travel, LIKE is good, and stuff...but LIKE, jumbo jets, LIKE need, LIKE 4,000 gallons of fuel just to, LIKE take off. So, LIKE, that's bad and stuff.

Jars of air? Really? LOL

I've traveled to a lot of countries and I can't recall the smell of the "air" in any of the cities or countries I've been to.

I'd probably share a bowl with her but that's about it. :smoke:




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