AnarchoDoom

AnarchoDoom wrote

Just visit the Anarchist Library regularly and you'll find a bunch of them. Also they don't have to be prolific to have interesting theory to read... There's a cause for some writers to humble enough to not rewrite what others have been saying before.

Personally, originality and relevance are base values for me to write/publish something.

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AnarchoDoom wrote

I reluctantly had to upvote this comment.

Conformity is how social order mostly functions. It is exacerbated by the fear of state repression, but not limited to. Civil codes in the more developed imperialist countries/colonies are a manifestation of this "not obviously violent", horizontal power, that directly aims at people's morality and conceptions.

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AnarchoDoom wrote (edited )

Reply to by !deleted34351

Kanye's antisemitism went pretty clear in his latest brain fart.

Now these two master shitlords are like the same-old Neonazi split on the Jewish Question, with some groups being hardcore into Israel and others being like traditional Nazis.

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AnarchoDoom wrote (edited )

I did not deny police violence is all over the place. Yet that's not what makes people go to work in the morning, or get in some small business to get rich, or snitch on someone who's been stealing, or vandalizing. You can't deny how the "cop in your head" is more powerful than the actual cops.

borders are ok when they’re for capitalism?

You've clearly not read what I wrote... which is the total opposite. I'd suggest you look at prominent members of this forum for covert defense of capitalism, or at least its neolib manifestations.

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AnarchoDoom wrote

how is police violence that’s mostly “confined to specific groups” not coercive?

I didn't say it's not... I said that the whole of the state mostly does not rely on it, for the law to work. Road codes are the usual example, but the moment conformity becomes merged with Law and Order, and is being effectively enforced through the mainstream culture as we're seeing these days, the need for police repression become less demanding, as order is being "positively" enforced.

This is part of why I am so irritated with users pushing pop culture crap in here, as these celebs are only enforcing conformity, in the end.

This is the hidden reason behind things like state-sanctioned nonprofit groups pervading through minority milieus, like poor Black neighborhoods in the US or suburbs in France.

Underestimating the soft power is an expensive mistake for any antiauthoritarian.

Transnational capitalists only care about borders for when it comes to control/explpitation of the workforce. Also the '90s... where have you been? They were fully promoting the "global village" and "world citizens" back in the days. Globalization is what it's about. This is the expression of the movement behind the G7, Davos, etc.

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AnarchoDoom wrote

Reply to yikes by lentils

Sponsored by every state and capitalist big business in existence. Thank you /s

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AnarchoDoom wrote (edited )

Well no, the government does not "majorly" (yikes) rely on coercion, but rather on horizontal contamination/influence. That's at least the case in developed countries where a minority of people go to prison and police violence is usually deterrent, or at least confined to specific groups. Common obedience to laws does not require cops around to work, people work along with it, as codes of civility.

Nazi Germany had consolidated industrial power within a few corporations that merged with the Third Reich, like IG Farben, Thyssen, Krupps, Volkswagen and Bayer. These weren't "free markets" but a merger of state and big business power, that's been defined by Mussolini earlier.

Transnationalism isn't nationalism. Davos and the G7 are not nationalism. Not even NAFTA was. Don't try it. As it's about raising a governance above or beyond national territorializations that are based on ethnicity and culture (i.e. the core of nationalism).

That's why I, like many other radicals, agree with a form of transnationalism, one that seeks to liberate myself and other beings, with things like no borders, cross-linguistic interactions (over the net, but also IRL), support to refugees and maintaining clandestine spaces where everyone ezcept bigots and assholes are welcome. These are completely counter-nationalistic avenues.

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AnarchoDoom wrote (edited )

It's not fascist but hardcore neoliberal. There is a difference and if this party takes the full reigns of power you will see it.

Imagine Trump with the power over both houses. Or Trump coming back full force at the next elections. You can't say its "not more fascist than usual". There are fascistic aspects of neoliberal democracy, but it's base notions (like transnationalism, big business-driven bureaucracies, supporting ethnic & cultural diversity, a secular and democratic governance) that are incompatible with fascism.

While I can't moralize against that, it's not very good optics to be downplaying ANY government as "fascist", as not only it ain't really the case, but you end up trivializing a political tendency that is much worse than you believe.

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AnarchoDoom wrote (edited )

If you think I'm the only one who's seeing apaling issues with this site, you're smoking some bad stuff. Like bongs out of Ziq's farts, maybe? ;-D

But no, as I said earlier, I ain't behind the DDoS attempts. And that's comforting to know... or discomforting depending on who learns this. I got other things to do than DDoS'ing for now.

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