Capitalism is not anarchism
The private sector produces; the public sector consumes.

Mark Thornton (via laliberty)

"The working class produces; the capitalists consume"

Religion is collectivism

moralanarchism:

Does anyone really want to dispute this?  

Well if you do?  How do you define collectivism?  

Collectivism is the subjugation of the individual.  Please tell me how religion is any different then that?  

First of all, extremist interpretations of various religions support extremely right-wing and individualistic views.

Secondly, many people interpret religion is different ways, and by lumping all religion into one group, you are subjugating the individual views and preferences regarding religion, which is collectivism, at least according to your (flawed) definition of collectivism.

Thirdly, Collectivism is not the subjugation of the individual. As with any claim, one counter example is enough to prove it false (if you are following the standard rules of logic, which I hope you are). Thus, the foucaultian paradigm of justice is explicitly collectivist, and defined as such amongst political philosophers, but yet, did not subjugate the individual, as his praxeology valued the individual above the community as justification for collectivist ideals. You could say this about Gandhi as well. I could provide many more counter examples, if you wish.

Fourthly, you are implying the religion is the subjugation of the individual. Counter example: Buddhism’s express purpose is freeing individuals from the ‘chains’ of society. 

eltigrechico:

“Everywhere it seems to have been taken for granted, that force and violence are necessary to man’s welfare upon the earth. Endless volumes have been written, and countless lives been sacrificed in an effort to prove that one form of government is better than another; but few seem seriously to have considered the proposition that all government rests on violence and force, is sustained by soldiers, policemen and courts, and is contrary to the ideal peace and order which make for the happiness and progress of the human race. Now and then it is even admitted that in the far distant ages yet to come men may so far develop toward the angelic that political governments will have no need to be. This admission, like the common concept, presumes that governments are good; that their duties undertaken and performed consist in repressing the evil and the lawless, and protecting and caring for the helpless and the weak. If the history of the state proved that governing bodies were ever formed for this purpose or filled this function, there might be some basis for the assumption that government is necessary to preserve order and to defend the weak. But the origin and evolution of the political state show quite another thing — it shows that the state was born in aggression, and that in all the various stages through which it has passed its essential characteristics have been preserved.”

— Clarence Darrow

Everywhere it seems to have been taken for granted, that force and violence are necessary to man’s welfare upon the earth. Endless volumes have been written, and countless lives been sacrificed in an effort to prove that one form of capitalism is better than another; but few seem seriously to have considered the proposition that all capitalism rests on violence and force, is sustained by soldiers, policemen and courts, and is contrary to the ideal peace and order which make for the happiness and progress of the human race. Now and then it is even admitted that in the far distant ages yet to come men may so far develop toward the angelic that capitalism will have no need to be. This admission, like the common concept, presumes that capitalism are good; that their duties undertaken and performed consist in repressing the evil and the lawless, and protecting and caring for the helpless and the weak. If the history of the capitalist state proved that governing bodies were ever formed for this purpose or filled this function, there might be some basis for the assumption that capitalism is necessary to preserve order and to defend the weak. But the origin and evolution of capitalism show quite another thing — it shows that capitalism was born in aggression, and that in all the various stages through which it has passed its essential characteristics have been preserved.

libertyworksbest:

It’s fascinating to me that everyone is outraged that some dude made sexist jokes at the Oscars, but none of these people can be bothered to care that we live under a tyrannical government that kills people indiscriminately, robs us blind, and tramples over our rights more and more each day.

People pointing the rampant sexism in the media does not imply that they do not point out ‘tyrannical’ nature of our government. 

You are also implying the sexist and unjust nature of American culture is independent of the failures of our government. Our government and our culture are sexist, racist, evil, and thus both should be criticized.

freddiequell12:

Why do people act like Michelle Obama has interesting things to say? She is basically Barack Obama’s cum rag.

You’re a sexist piece of shit. 

24 er… 6 kinds of libertarians
  1. Idiots
  2. Morons
  3. Dumbasses
  4. Those who can’t discuss an idea rationally
  5. Those who compare taxes (or anything) to rape
  6. The sane ones who are on the verge of becoming mutualists
You are the dumbest piece of shit in the fucking world.
All anarchists are socialists. Communism is a stateless society. 
Communism and fascism are enemies.
You’re a huge dumbass.
Anarchocapitalism is not anarchism
Shut.
The.
Fuck.
UP.

You are the dumbest piece of shit in the fucking world.

All anarchists are socialists. Communism is a stateless society. 

Communism and fascism are enemies.

You’re a huge dumbass.

Anarchocapitalism is not anarchism

Shut.

The.

Fuck.

UP.