Anarchy and America

America is  at war with itself and gave itself the legal means to kill itself. Unlike some of the Right, I do sympathize with the Leftists whose canonical beliefs in the veracity of the Press and in the absolute evil of all who don’t believe in the philosophies of the Left leave no room two neurons to form a rational thought. The Hope & Change that occurred with pens and phone-calls is now under assault, and the blatant, extra-Constitutional steps that turned the Federal government into a weapon against American citizens could now be used against the Left. Those on the Right were on the receiving end for close to 10 years.

There are many repair projects to be undertaken to restore America. Our military, infrastructure, civil rights, or any of a dozen other core attributes of America need immediate attention and defense against political organizations dedicated to monarchism and it’s foot-soldiers of anarchism.

If spying is bad, and spying is defined as the giving away of American secrets, then do the absence of accountability for Bradley Manning and Hillary Clinton and her krewe rewrite the definitions of treachery, of spying, of harm to America?

For that matter, just what is a “Domestic Enemy?” We’ve addressed this before, but the crimes committed in the name of Peace, Unity, and Anti-fascism by folks in black clothes smashing windows belonging to non-WASP should be visited with the questions: how do the crimes of anarchists differ from Islamists; and, are these so-called “Black Bloc” anarchists true anarchists, or just mercenary muscle for the Feudalist movements of communism, socialism, and fascism?

America has Domestic Enemies, and has had them since gaining independence from Great Britain. In the past they were called Tories, Monarchists, Democrats, and in the XX Century they took on the names of Communists, Socialists, fascists and racial supremacy groups. They all share the same core beliefs of Feudalism: the things and functions that sustain life are derived from a stronger, earth-based power, and Feudalism’s soldiers eat better than it’s serfs. For soldiers,  the Feudalists rely on Anarchists.

Anarchy has a long history across our globe. It existed under the names of small-D democracy (pure democracy), communes, and Libertarianism. William Godwin synthesized the arguments of the American Thomas Paine and the British Edmund Burke into the first recognized, coherent philosophy of anarchy his book “Enquiry into Political Justice.”

Anarchism is a political philosophy that advocates self-governed societies based on voluntary institutions. These are often described as stateless societies, although several authors have defined them more specifically as institutions based on non-hierarchical free associations. Anarchism holds the state to be undesirable, unnecessary, and harmful. While anti-statism is central, anarchism entails opposing authority or hierarchical organization in the conduct of all human relations, including, but not limited to, the state system.”

Political justice is social justice?

His [Godwin’s] aversion to the imposition of a rules-based society led him to denounce, as a manifestation of the people’s ‘mental enslavement’, the foundations of law, property rights and even the institution of marriage. He considered the basic foundations of society as constraining the natural development of individuals to use their powers of reasoning to arrive at a mutually beneficial method of social organization. In each case, government and its institutions are shown to constrain the development of our capacity to live wholly in accordance with the full and free exercise of private judgement. [edited by author for clarity]

Occupy Wall Street and it’s offshoots exemplify how the anarchist philosophy permits its adherents to be used as cannon fodder for Feudalists. The self-appointed leaders of the Occupy movement, trained and provided by Socialist organizations, lived well in hotels and restaurants while their Anarchist followers lived in chaos, squalor, rape and theft in the camps, wandering out each day to commit crimes against property. Later seasons of “The Walking Dead” illustrate the idea of evolution of civil order from Democracy, to chaos, to democracy (also called “Spontaneous Order”) to monarchy.

The danger presented by anarchist mercenaries is not from their strength – they have none – or their coherent strategy and tactics – which consist of wearing black clothes while destroying other folks’ property. The danger comes from the mutation of the bureaucracy at the Federal, State, and Local levels into weaponized, paramilitary agencies who use the law, regulation, or create new rules in order to act against their enemies. And Anarchists have no friends, just employers and enemies.

America is notorious for its reticence in naming anyone a Domestic Enemy. American citizens fighting for Al Qaeda and ISIS are considered mere hooligans needing the reformative, restorative powers of prison and due process by anarchists and their lite cousins the Social Justice Warriors and the Libertarians. Only Conservatives, really only the Social Conservatives get the label “Domestic Enemy” affixed in indelible ink by the Left and Libertarians. Given the violence of these mercenary anarchists, abusing the coercive power of government is now expected, even desired.

To protect against our bitter natures and promote our better natures, do we disarm the agencies of the Federal government while we are still in a war against terrorists, and must re-arm military for the war that Obama tried to start in the last few weeks? Do we define the anarchists as terrorists and send them to Gitmo, or to minimum-security prison so they can wear their Spongebob jammies and have rebellious whole milk lattes while daddy still refuses to give them love?

For those seeking a middle way, what is acceptable?

 

 

About DaveO

Retired soldier, micro-farmer, raconteur and pet owner from the great state of Oklahoma. Wandered in as a frequent commenter and have been enjoying blogging ever since.
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