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Anarcho-Fascism

Posts on the political & philosophical ideology of Anarcho-Fascism, a vehemently anti-victim approach to reducing the size of government through market and political means promoting statism.

  1. Skin: Not the Oppressive Tyrant You May Think!

    One of the most frequent questions I receive as founder of the illustrious Anarcho-Fascist movement is "how can you call yourself a Discordian when you have skin?" I admit I do indeed don my skin, as evil its intent may be, and it's not just because it permits my entire self to facilitate more chaos in the future...

    Skin, as you probably know, keeps all of your organs, fat, water, heat, blood, etc. inside and prevents those sheltered energy vessels from interactions with ...
  2. The Gospel of Chaos: Freedom & Morality

    Chaos is life. Chaos is all the variables which makes us human. Without Chaos, we would function as typical unintelligent animals. However, what separates us from animals is our ability to ignore our instincts -- Chaos. Without Chaos, life would be robotic and meaningless. With Chaos, however, we move beyond the drudgery of animalism, the dehumanizing repression of government, and recognize freedom as THE fundamental necessity for a purposeful life.

    There is an unfortunate (and incorrect) ...

    Updated 03-17-2011 at 08:26 PM by Kludge

    Categories
    ؎Philosophy , Anarcho-Fascism
  3. In Defense of "Sheep" and Big Government -- Anarcho-Fascism Introduction

    For those unaware, the term "sheep" (along with variations like "sheeople") refers to a person who follows authority (government) without question, no matter how ridiculous the command. Many who advocate minimal (or no) government blame "sheep" for having allowed the US Government (USG) to expand into the bloated, unconstitutional bureaucracy advocates of small government now rail against. However, I'm going to suggest that sheep, conscious or otherwise, are, like Barack ...

    Updated 03-17-2011 at 08:19 PM by Kludge

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    Anarcho-Fascism , ؎Politics