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emma wrote (edited )

BORN TO DIE

WORLD IS A FUCK

鬼神 Kill Em All 1989

I am trash man

410,757,864,530 DEAD COPS

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Ape wrote

You've done an amazing job of this site! I sent a small BTC contribution earlier and I strongly encourage others to do so too.

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emma wrote (edited )

BORN TO DIE

WORLD IS A FUCK

鬼神 Kill Em All 1989

I am trash man

410,757,864,530 DEAD COPS

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Enkara wrote

Hey!

I'm Enkara, aka /u/-Enkara- on Reddit.

I'm a trans anarchist in the south-east US.

My dream world is an anarcho-communist utopia with no market, a mix of planned and gift economies, where I can live in a queer subterranean hacker commune in the Appalachian mountains somewhere and do permaculture shit and have goats and bees and grow various psychedelic plants/fungus.

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ziq wrote

I'm ziq. I'm half badger, half ferret. I eat a steady diet of powdered glass. My hobbies include destroying Western civilization and collecting chewing gum off sidewalks so I can build the world's biggest gumball.

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heck wrote

same

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ziq wrote

Wow. How big is your gumball so far? When I finish mine, I'm gonna stand at the top of a hill, point it at Tony Blair and push.

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heck wrote

my gumball is not very big, because i am very lazy, but i very much support the gumballing of tony blair and would be willing to donate my ball to the cause

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BludgeonedKittens wrote

I'm BludgeonedKittens.

For ideology I'm past the point socialism but kind of in an anarchist/communist limbo. Both are appealing to me and I just want capitalism to be overthrown so the future can continue its course towards paradise.

Currently a HS sophomore in the USA (send help) who plans on being a lifelong comrade, and do my part in making FALGSC a reality!

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tlckl wrote

Currently a HS sophomore in the USA (send help) who plans on being a lifelong comrade, and do my part in making FALGSC a reality!

"wink wink wait 12 years!"

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not_AFX_lol wrote

i'm not afx lol

politics- general melting pot of anarchism with some of everything mixed in

rl- i listen to and make electronic music and do dumb shit on the internet

tl;dr i have no life :)

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Polskan wrote

Hey! My name's Matt, I'm an Anarcho-Syndicalist.

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heck wrote

hey everyone, i'm heck, a vaguely nihilistic ancom, also a pakistani lesbian living in london. i'm generally here to chill and you all (as far as i've seen) seem pretty chill! 💞

@OP: why not introduce yourself too?

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tlckl wrote

@OP: why not introduce yourself too?

I'm Ticki, a pretty-damn-autistic jewish FOSS programmer and math student, living in Norway.

As for ideology, I'm pretty much a socialist-without-adjectives, although I'm for sure at the anti-authoritarian side.

I used to be a socialist (trot), then I became a socdem/liberal, in fact I supported Hillary Clinton back during the election, but when she lost, I realised that maybe that was a weak ideology, and I went back to socialist (although more libertarian socialism).

Some other interests are: Collecting toothbrushes, K-pop (It's my guilty pleasure, it's awfully capitalist and sexist, but hopefully the toothbrushes cancel it out), reading, memorization of random things and hacking.

Also, I do graphic design.

Github: https://github.com/ticki

Twitter: https://twitter.com/ticki_

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heck wrote

i'm autistic too! i've become a lot more hesitant to say it cause of the way the word's been turned into an insult, but i'm glad that there are autistic friends here. what are your favourite toothbrushes?

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khmerCowboy wrote

Hello everybody, khmerCowboy here. Contrary to my name, I'm actually not an ML, just your generic Leninist edgelord. I've been on Raddit since the beginning, but as we are now in the beta phase, I decided to make this new account. I'm looking forward to the future of this site, and to talking with all of you!

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HouseOfLightning wrote

Me - HouseOfLightning

Politics - Smash the System

Stance on Adjectives - Lifestylism

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jaleel131 wrote

Definitely late to the thread, but I'm Jaleel (pseudonym for anonymity) and have the same username on reddit. Still fairly new to anarchism, but I have been very involved in the local punk scene for years, I most closely identify with anarcho - syndicalism/communism. In a nutshell I love people and hate violence. I love to read anything, and have been on a binge of anarchist and socialist literature recently, always appreciate recommendations. You Conrads are alright, glad to be a part of this forum!!!!

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writinglucy wrote

Have you read the Bread Book? I assume so but if not you have to check it out! I finished it a week or so ago and it's definitely one of my favorites.

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Ostrich wrote

Hello folks! I'm Ostrich. I am also Cynical_Ostrich on Reddit.

I'm just your run-at-the-mill anarchist. For anyone that paid attention to me on Reddit, I've hopped around ideologically for quite a while before deciding that anarchism was right for me.

My journey started as a Wehraboo socdem, then ortho Marxist, then Leninist, trot, leftcom (luxemburgist thingy), communalist, anarchist, demsoc, communalist, and finally anarchist.

I'm overall pretty chill and I like to meme and occasionally masochistically debate.

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writinglucy wrote

That's very interesting. I'd be very interested in hearing more about you flopped around ideologically. My transition was much more straightforward. When I was younger (10 - 14) I was fairly conservative, read Tom Clancy books, thought America was great and communism was bad, and generally had a pre-pubescent undeveloped brain incapable of critical thinking. However, through high school I became an edgy atheist and baby social democrat. Through my experiences in colleges and up until now I went from being a baby socdem to a big boy anarchist. To be fair I've been a socialist for a while but I didn't think I'd done enough reading to know if I would call myself an anarchist comfortably. After reading the Bread Book though I'm decided. Anyways, tell me more about your journey!

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Qistoa wrote

Hi everyone. I'm Qistoa, a 21 year old guy from Tunis, Tunisia living in St Petersburg, Russia. I was in an anarchist movement (that got dissolved) and I used to be member of an LGBT association (technically I still am but it's based in Tunis). Feel free to recommend me to your comrades as I'm new here (in both Raddle and SPb)

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GrimWillow wrote

Hi! I'm kind of new on this site. I had an account on an older version of it, but I mostly checked it out logged off. The improvements are incredible, and I want to contribute more to the community here!

I make artwork and I'm willing to collab. I'll eventually post more work, but for now, all I have posted is this submission.

I like to consider myself a green-anarchist, because I think the technology produced from the globalizing regime is always being advanced for solidifying the class system. Our communication is facilitated by the corporations that seek to enslave us, and we must tear it from our hearts by readily creating something new without letting it frame our existance. To me this means to do away with contributing to this techno-civilization as far as you can reach always as much as possible.

Thank you to everyone who has made this community a reality! I often see good content with reasonable discussions, what an oasis.

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AnarchoFox wrote

Hi! I'm Fox! I'm an Anarcho-socialist and I like arms and explosives and other pyromanical things. And I'm a kid.

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Copenhagen_Bram wrote (edited )

Hi. I'm Elon_Satoshi. I used to love the idea of Bitcoin, Elon Musk, and a software-organized state. Since browsing this site, I'm considering the possibility that people can develop technology and live happily with the software and other communications tech that we already have. I'm concerned that Elon Musk will essentially own Mars. And I still like Bitcoin (I have some!), but I think we might be able to live without it someday. Maybe.

I have four dogs, and I'm a senior at a hackerphobic school that loves Chromebooks and surveilance.

I think Stallman is mostly right, and my computers run on Parabola Gnu/Linux-libre.

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BadQuanta wrote

Hey guys. I'm Jon. I'm a trekkie that sees Gene Roddenberry's vision as personal life goals. I program, I volunteer in my community, I like cats. There; that's everything interesting.

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Niachi wrote

I am Niachi, just a person you'll meet with a lot going on in their head. I enjoy spending my time on either video games, chatting, or anything that may help the future. In time I hope to see life grow much more exciting, peaceful, and unique, as im sure a lot of us would, and I want to help work together to nake this happen. I hope we can get along and look forward to chatting with you all!

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elchololoco wrote (edited )

Hola. Me llamo "El Cholo Loco". I actually don't speak Spanish all that well, but I can muddle through it. I picked the handle because it's fun to say. Rolls off the tongue real nice.

I'm a rabid Northern partisan and adopted Woodchuck. I think New England and the parts of New York that aren't Downstate, NYC, and Long Island should secede from the enemy country, form our own independent nation, and organize that nation on an iterative, direct-democratic basis centered around communities of 150 people or fewer. There is substantial precedent for this in New England's proud tradition of "town meetings", which actually predates the first time we declared independence from an imperial occupier.

I am a geek, a carpenter, an aspiring engineer, a philosopher, and a heretical minister. My business cards give my occupation as "Wizard".

Finally, I believe that free folk everywhere should--being constrained only by purely tactical considerations--rise in the defense of our lands, our people, and our planet, by any means necessary.

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Ape wrote

Hello I'm Ape, made with all natural ingredients.

If it moves decentralize it, if it doesn't move decentralize it and if all else fails or it thinks about moving or staying still - decentralize it.

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goof_goat wrote

first off i spelled my username wrong because im a poor intrenet user...

second, about me: i have a full time job that im bad at because i listen to youtube videos and podcasts all day

in conclusion: ☭

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Jeff wrote

I'm jeff. I'm starting school soon to get my degree in technical theatre. I'm trying to find my way.

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Comrade_Pingu wrote

I'm Comrade_Pingu, or just Ian. I like science, computers, and seizing the means of production for the workers. I can't really say much about my ideology, I'm just a Marxist. Since yeah, Luxemburgism is cool, but ML is okayish too. I think that Marxism/Socialism in general looks different everywhere based on material conditions and needs, and we shouldn't have a catch all process of even achieving socialism (besides revolution, of course). What we need though, is the same end goal: FULL COMMUNISM.

I'm a cissie and all that, but I try my best to be as supportive and considerate of my NB and trans comrades undergoing some of the worst persecution the world has to offer.

(oh yeah and i play drums and i like physics that stuff is pretty cool too)

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autonomous_hippopotamus wrote

Hello comrades

my name is . . .

well i'm not gonna tell you that

I am from the u.s. but currently i live in latin america. I just identify as an anarchist usually , or maybe anti-authoritarian or internationalist. . . i suppose i could call my tendency insurrectionary intersectionality ... in terms of strategy i pivot between platformism and insurrectionary anarchism. I like the FAARJ and Tiqqun, diversity of tactics, ya know?

my interests include glitch art, anthropology, vegan foods, military swarming, post structrualism, artistic vandalism, lady penises, pirating copyrighted material, hoarding ebooks, full disk encryption and decentralized social networking.

Really love this site, i will be telling my friends on the fedbook about it. I'm trying to get anarchists to migrate off of it. come discuss destroying fuckerbergs empire on /f/fedbook

I have accounts with the same user-name on diaspora and mastodon if you want to add me on there :3

Cheers

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SilentDunes36 wrote

Hello, I'm SilentDunes36!

I joined following the latest Reddit rule change, though not because I'd break the new rule(s). It's more that I want an alternative if the leftist subs are caught up in this.

I'm a mutualist, but in the anarchist-without-adjectives sense.

I live in the USA, working on a undergraduate degree to "make myself more marketable", and can't wait to have a society where I don't have to beg for a job from rich corporate assholes! :^)

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ArbitraryHuman wrote

Hello! I'm ArbitraryHuman (otherwise known as Ty), a generic Marxist living on the east coast of the United States. In terms of hobbies, I like making propoganda posters, writing shitty essays in which I attempt to clarify my own views on the world, and debating. I'm also a history buff.

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writinglucy wrote

Hello! Apparently I'm writinglucy. That's also my handle on reddit. I'm currently on the road living out of my car. Lately I've been giving some serious thought to ditching my car and hitchhiking/train hopping after the New Year. We'll see. In any case I'm an idealistic young person living all over the US. As for politics I think labels are silly but I'm increasingly comfortable thinking of myself as an anarcho-communist. Honestly I haven't done nearly enough reading so I'm very uneducated when it comes to politics. I've listened to a shit ton of Chomsky lectures, read many of his articles, and read some of the staples of Leftist thought: State And Revolution, The Mass Strike, The Communist Manifesto, The Conquest of Bread. I'm working my way through Mutual Aid right now. After that I think I'll read Reform or Revolution. I've been itching to read some Max Stirner because he sounds very interesting but one thing at a time. I'm way behind on my political education. I'm always open to suggestions as well!

Anyways this has turned into a very long introduction but since I've been on the road I have nothing else to do but write long posts and journal a lot. That's all for now!

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unk wrote

Hey, I'm unk, started getting interested in politics when I was ~16 years old, went vegan two years later and from there I branched out to anarchism. Currently active in an anarcho-syndicalist group and always trying to learn more about anarchism in general. At the moment I'd label myself anarcho-communist or because of how I got here in the first place: veganarchist. Still learning though, so this might change over time, who knows. :)

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NeoMahler wrote

Saluton! I am NeoMahler (that's not my irl name, in case you wondered). I live somewhere in Catalonia (Spain). I love languages and I'm learning Esperanto (huge to the developers for including it on language settings).

I see people are saying their ideologies. Idk, I'm somewhere in the socialist part of the left.

Also, I'm nonbinary and I use they/them pronouns in English.

I hope I will have a great time here! :)

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American_Proletarian wrote

I'm AP, or Prole, and that's all I'll ever be, baby.

I'm an An-Com from southern US, my hobbies include programming and farming, particularly hydroponics.

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FollyintheWest wrote

Just came across this site, nothing better than talking to a small community.

Greatings from my home country South Africa!

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polymerwitch wrote

I'm PolymerWitch. I also used this name and flaxrabbit on that other corporate site. I help run a queer/trans community defense collective in the PNW <3

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PainlessEphemera wrote

I’m Genevievegilliam. I’m a queer anarchist feminist, you know, your average radical. I like to defend Raddle from spam.

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Cheeks wrote

Howdy! I'm Cheeks. A little a anarchist, market gardener/farmer, former systems/network administrator, avid learner, musician, and ecstatic to have found this place!

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DissidentRage wrote

Hello, you know my handle here. IRL I've been referred to as Bad Jesus, or by my trans-masculine kiddo as "Dade."

I am a straight white cis male IT professional. Unfortunately that means I'm surrounded by reactionaries and can easily get lumped in with brocialists. I try to temper my perception of the world with the fact that others have it a lot harder, accepting that I am not going to be able to relate to the perspectives and struggles of less privileged folks. My family is also poor, and I've been homeless a couple times, which has helped radicalize me.

Politically I am FULL POSADIST tankarchist libertarian socialist and find inspiration across multiple leftist tendencies. Unfortunately work precludes me from getting a lot of reading in, so I'm not as well-read in some areas and am still fumbling my way through. At the end of the day, I want to see capitalism - wealth, private property, imperialism, slavery, poverty, discrimination - gone, and I will support all comrades across the left.

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misanthropicdrunkenloner wrote

Greetings, <WEBSITENAME>! I go by other names elsewhere on the internet, but settled on misanthropicdrunkenloner here. Late 20's, southwest US. IT professional getting out of the industry soon. I'm still doing plenty of learning and reading on our mostly common interest, so I'll always happily take an explanation or link to a good read/watch! I look forward to hanging around.

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erkenberken wrote

Dunno if I'm too late to the party but I'm from the UK, I'm currently an ortho marxist but I floated around a lot so that'll probs change, cos I'm still a learner I don't have any super cool hobbies but I'm pretty into music and stuff, and I've got the capacity to nerd out about most things Also I gotta say this is a cute little community going on here I dig it 😊

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SunShineGuy wrote

A bit late to the party, but I thought I'd introduce myself anyway. I'm sunshine, (different reddit username) and I'm an anarchist. I've had one adjective or another added on the end of that over the past decade or so, but these days it just seems overly complicated and divisive so I just stick with anarchist.

I like providing counterpoints for the sake of a dialogue of different perspectives and conversations that don't devolve into lefter-than-thou measuring contests.

I have social anxiety so all of my comments are way too long so I can explain what I'm trying to say to death, and tend to participate when I'm drunk as a result. I'm an activist, anthropologist, amateur musician, and a part of the libertarian socialist caucus in the DSA to swing some of our socialist comrades a bit more left ;)