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  • mobitch

    since i keep seeing you in every second shoutbox i look into, i'll leave you a shout, i guess. AAAAAAHHHHHHH!

    29 Jul 11h59 Responder
  • junkyard_god

    go peddle your socialist smut elsewhere ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)

    28 Jul 1h19 Responder
  • nocturnlanalfog

    damn straight homie ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)

    14 Jul 14h26 Responder
  • nocturnlanalfog

    are you a commie? ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°) ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)

    13 Jul 12h56 Responder
  • DaRedGooby

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    30 Jun 22h52 Responder
  • silentbodom91

    "Anyone can open a farmer's market if they want (who would stop you?), " Is what I like to hear. AnCaps often will say they have no problems with various zones popping up which have certain views implemented. Hopefully that is how other branches of "Anarchism" are set up too? AnCaps sort of get a boner out of garage sales, farmer's markets, markets in the deep web, and individuals on the side of the road selling goods. We try to attach capitalism to things like that which most people would never see as bad, but I understand it has almost always had a negative connotation to it..

    18 Jun 1h19 Responder
  • silentbodom91

    When I asked about life being unfair and being required to put in effort for survival I didn't mean to give it a capitalist spin or anything. More of an attempt to dismiss the utopian view some have of communism/socialism where little to no work is required in the system. I don't see too much wrong with comparing working for a business to working to get food and create shelter. I can easily admit I'm not knowledgeable about many communist theories, but I often hear a sort of demonizing of markets as a whole and currency as a whole which I can't fully understand. I don't really like these terms, but you could call me a "bleeding heart" ancap/libertarian. I really am focused on the freedom of individuals as it unfortunately affects me negatively when I see people put in prison for anything that isn't what I consider immoral and as long as things worked well in a minarchist state I would be very alright with living there.

    18 Jun 1h05 Responder
  • silentbodom91

    You ask good questions. I'd say you come to at least some incorrect conclusions, but you'd say I do as well most likely. As far as lack of jobs, I don't think it would be as prominent of a problem as it is right now. State sector jobs would not simply disappear because the state disappears. If I were to try to discuss ancap ideas with a police officer or firefighter I would most likely say their job would have a place in the market. There would certainly be less of them required considering it's unlikely people would be asking companies to enforce types of drug laws or other "victimless" crimes we have today. It isn't wrong to worry about loss of jobs. Efficiency is something the capitalists typically will be focused on though. Friedman had a good quote about using spoons rather than shovels to create more jobs when a government had hired several to dig with shovels rather than a few people operating machinery. As you probably know, essentially all ancaps are h8rs of Keynes.

    18 Jun 0h55 Responder
  • silentbodom91

    Lastly... Here are my bigger questions. If the state were to vanish tomorrow and people were to form communes or capitalist zones, would you see any negative effects?Not from the state being erased , but from the capitalist and communist zones existing. It is often said by "left" anarchists that capitalism would not exist if the state did not exist. I strongly disagree with this opinion. Do you like the left-right political view idea? I don't believe you should be lumped in with Obama supporters just like I don't believe I should be lumped in with Bush/Romney supporters. Do we also agree that life is inherently unfair and that some mental/physical effort is required for survival. Trve communists are not advocating for a world with no markets and no jobs so I don't fully understand how "capitalism" is inherently oppressing someone and that communism would remove that oppression which is found in nature. Do you really consider yourself a "liberal" and myself a "conservative"?

    15 Jun 23h51 Responder
  • silentbodom91

    I do know that the term libertarian is used differently over here and I do know that Marx came up with the term capitalism so it makes sense if people on the "left" side are upset about how both words are being used now. All of these movements, ideologies, views, etc. have had individuals with differing views and that is understandable. While I may not be the biggest fan of Marx I'm not going to say he was unintelligent.. He was far from it and he certainly is a few steps above the communists that held power. I didn't explain what I meant by marxists dismiss certain aspects of Marx's books because it's something I'm not too familiar with, but from my understanding he did advocate for a state to exist in the Communist Manifesto, correct? From time to time I will watch some of "Anarchopac"'s videos btw. I like him even though I disagree on a lot of his opinions. One guy that I can't stand however is "Maoist Rebel News" or " Jason Unruhe". Do you know of those two anarchists?

    15 Jun 23h35 Responder
  • silentbodom91

    TBH some of the stuff you have said has gone a bit over my head. As we have sort of said already, these terms are definition based and people have subjective opinions attached to various terms that heavily alter what the system is actually about. Today I was at a farmer's market, which in my opinion is a pretty decent example of a capitalist free market, and there was a man wearing a Che Guevara shirt while shopping through the Farmer's Market. I don't really know how to feel by what I saw because you're sorta stuck with aspects of capitalism whether you like it or not (at least right now) and I guess even communists can get more behind giving their dollar to these smaller businesses without being truly hypocritical, right? I've never been the biggest fan of Ayn Rand, but the amount of times I have heard people dismiss her entirely simply because she received some form of gov't handouts is becoming too high to count. Some "libertarians" strongly believe in bleeding the state dry

    15 Jun 23h16 Responder
  • nocturnlanalfog

    your shoutbox is full of intelligent discussion.. what gives? you need more ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)

    15 Jun 14h25 Responder
  • silentbodom91

    and as someone who likes Marx, is there a bit of picking and choosing as far as what to still believe now? I know that some of his work is dismissed by Marxists because they have some differing views from what he later wrote about. Correct me if I'm wrong though, I truly do want to have a better understanding. I'm not one to attack someone's character either. Many try to bring up some of Marx's actions to discredit him in the same way many try to paint many ancaps/minarchists as racists. Last question for now though. I do agree that what AnCaps believe is very different from "Anarchists" and we define capitalism in a different way than communist leaning individuals..the term "anarcho-capitalist" can be seen as completely incorrect to an trve anarchist. Do you find the term "Voluntaryist" to be more appropriate to distance themselves from anarchists?

    14 Jun 22h03 Responder
  • silentbodom91

    Would you mind clarifying what you mean when you said "Communism is simply the necessary completion of capitalism"? I do still identify as an AnCap, but I want to gain a better understanding of what other anarchists believe. One other view that seems to accept AnCaps more are mutualists, but the mutualists seem to bee a pretty big minority. A friend of mine was making some pretty big bucks through his job which was union only so I'm not going to be some asshole that says unions are wrong and that they shouldn't be allowed or something along those lines. The big thing is the word "profit". I don't see it as a dirty word because I apply it in a different way than most communists would. A capitalist would say you (the worker) value a company's $ more than your labor and that they value your labor over their $. You've most likely heard this before. Also please weigh in on this pic

    14 Jun 21h51 Responder
  • silentbodom91

    Punks seem to embrace aspects of anarchism selectively. Hardcore, grindcore, and punk music all still have their fair share of anarchist bands so I guess it makes sense that it will be the people our age who listen to the music and learn about the alternative political ideologies. I have to disagree on your assertion that capitalism is bad, even current capitalism, but we will probably not see completely eye to eye on that no matter what is said between us. Is compromising the only way to go for any progress to be made? What are some areas in the world that are promising to AnComs? What is the most agreed upon solution to bringing about this type of anarchy? I'm thinking unionization would be something you'd advocate pushing for? Do anarchists (of all varieties) need to persuade people with moral arguments or is that the wrong way to go in your opinion?

    13 Jun 21h46 Responder
  • nocturnlanalfog

    lets be friends ( ͡° ͡ ͜ ͡ʖ ͡ °)

    13 Jun 17h46 Responder
  • nocturnlanalfog

    i like you ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)

    13 Jun 11h11 Responder
  • silentbodom91

    Would you say the problem lies more with modern day anarchism than modern day radical feminism?

    12 Jun 23h31 Responder
  • silentbodom91

    As an ancom what is your view on this video? I'm sure you've seen it by now considering it has over 100k views. In no way am I implying anything btw. I genuinely want to know your opinion.

    4 Jun 10h48 Responder
  • DaRedGooby

    “If you see a man undaunted in danger, untouched by passion, happy in adversity, calm in the raging storm, viewing mankind from a higher level and the gods from their own, will you not be moved by veneration?” -Seneca (God Within Man)

    30 Abr 20h47 Responder
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