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Passive_Nihlist wrote

Personally I do not really care about the suffering of state actors, whether it's as obvious as the police or more subtle like parents. Yes everyone suffers due to Leviathan, including the cops, politicians and capitalists but that dies not make me sympathetic to their complacency in these systems of domination. If a paramedic does their job out of a sense of care, it is just as heinous to me as those who do it just for money or even those who would like the power.

You say it makes more sense to attack the establishment, I do not see how paramedics aren't part of the "establishment". The state is not just lifeless institutions but also those inside them who do the work of reproducing everyday life.

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Passive_Nihlist wrote

Yeah

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Passive_Nihlist wrote

What is ideological about my stance?

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Passive_Nihlist wrote

This does not answer my question. What about the analysis I have outlined, of how institutions are upheld by the humans within them, do you disagree with?

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