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Submitted by ziq in Anarchy101 (edited )

Anarchy takes no stance against force, just authority. People that repeat the 'justified authority' fallacy are parroting Chomsky's views, [as seen in this interview.]( Chomsky is never a good source ... liberals. This whole confusion seems to stem from his flawed definitions. Far too many anarchists look to Chomsky as an *authority*. The term 'legitimate authority' he uses in this video is specifically what leads ... Africa by European imperialists and other horrifically racist and genocidal acts. I don't consider Chomsky to be an anarchist (because he's demonstrably not one) so his definitions aren't that important


Submitted by LostWithPurpose in ShitLiberalsSay (edited )

Antifa, it's a minuscule fringe of the Left, just as its predecessors were," Noam Chomsky told the Washington Examiner. "It's a major gift to the Right, including the militant Right, who are exuberant ... movement consider themselves anarchists or socialists. They often wear black and take measures to conceal their identity. Chomsky said, "what they do is often wrong in principle – like blocking talks – and [the movement] is generally ... violence, it's the toughest and most brutal who win – and we know who that is," said Chomsky, a professor emeritus of linguistics at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. "That's quite apart from