Pathways to Anarchy

An exploration of potential civil freedoms that when viewed as a philosophy may encourage a substantial revision, abolishing or abandonment of legal and social constructs which give to the modern state its legitimacy.

What an Anarchist is, What an Anarchist Does, & What an Anarchist Demands.

The anarchist refuses coercion.

The anarchist is against all and any invasion into private affairs and communications.

An anarchist is self sufficient.

An anarchist does not need the academy to verify what it is to be an anarchist.

The anarchist is an activist for an unlimited, unconditional freedom of speech and expression.

Anarchists demand unconditional right of access to ALL extant information made available publicly or otherwise over new media channels.

The anarchist is fundamentally opposed to any sacred cow that prohibits herself from holding and expressing freely an opinion contrary to either mass approval or prohibition.

An anarchist refuses for another to claim for themselves, his home and or family, as their property.

An anarchist values his own reasoning and independent inquiry above all else.

The considerations of the anarchist are a valid refutation of the intellectual hegemony of the academy, and of its' proponents, and as well, its' processes of knowledge monopolization.

The anarchist must be free to cooperate with other anarchists' regardless of how they are labelled by the state.

Further, the anarchist's politic, disenfranchised from the academy as it is, is credible means and expression of reasoned and rigorous thought pertinent to society and politic and relevant, academic debate.

The anarchist is against all forms of governance over himself and too against alien (state, religious, corporate, or otherwise) governance over his family.

An anarchist does not need to be governed and maintains that respect and appropriate legal protections for this belief is a fundamental human right.

An anarchist does not look to leaders for solutions to problems.

An anarchist does not need the consent of a majority or minority vote to form, or act on, a belief.

Where the means for self sufficiency are held at ransom the anarchists' is a trajectory of dissent.

The anarchist rejects all organized and otherwise uninvited intervention into ones family affairs.

The anarchist reserves the right to be lethal in a martial sense as this is the 'right' of all state bodies.

The anarchist holds that the state has no right to discipline myself or my family, and, the state has no right to prescribe how I should conduct domestic relations.

The anarchist values and defends her own right to dissent and to live according to her beliefs regardless of whom she may offend.

The anarchist is never compelled to dissent in some prescribed or acceptable manner. The anarchist must dissent as he decides is appropriate and dissent is never an obligation, rather, it is his very reason for being.

The anarchist never lends his reason in the support of the state institution in any form, nor for the preference of any particular caste or class whom would otherwise unimpeded act to advance the states interests.

The state must not make it impossible to live without the state. And as it does so, then the anarchist is at war with the state.

The anarchist is opposed to the rule of the ordinary person as much as any other puppet or king, proper.

Even at war, the state has an obligation to provide the means for survival to each individual anarchist if it has (and it has in most, if not all cases) monopolized resources for a modern and humane, standard of human living.

The anarchist is opposed to wage slavery and any coercive measures towards such an ends.

Where not the state the anarchist opposes the body politic in any incarnation.

An anarchist considers the family as his private property as opposed to his family belonging, and as a component, to the states labor machine.

An anarchist is conscious of propaganda from all frequencies of the political spectrum. None other propaganda is insidious and ruthless as humanitarian liberalism however.

An anarchist accepts liberalism has already mastered the appeal to the heart of the masses and in doing so has made it cold, i.e. not "progressive" or compassionate.

An anarchist refutes all authority other than that of his own willing.

An anarchist refuses to be subjugated by or as criminal(s).

The liberal state in an anarchist reasoned opinion is a very successful criminal syndicate. All organizations of state are doomed to corruption because they violate the fundamental right of humans to self governance.

As an anarchist I refuse to consent to any such state contract which would defer my right to perform any action whatsoever upon myself, or another human, to something as depraved as the state, or an otherwise similarly debased grouping of politically elevated individuals.