Anarchism
Wars, resets and the global criminocracy

Wars, resets and the global criminocracy

After both world wars, the idea of a “post-war” reality, to which people had to adapt, was used to ramp up industrialism and modernity, destroying traditional agriculture and communities and declaring old ways of thinking and living as being unsuited to the brave new normal.

Power and corruption: the public-private imperial mafia

Power and corruption: the public-private imperial mafia

Anyone who sets out the existence and nature of this entity – the criminocracy, as Mr. Cudenec calls it – is liable to be insulted from all sides as being as a “conspiracy theorist” of the “far left” or “extreme right”, an “enemy of democracy”, a supporter of “terrorism”, a “liar” or an “anti-semite”.

Losing the labels

Losing the labels

We have to break down the walls of dogma that divide us, deconstruct the very language with which we have learned to express ourselves, peel away all the levels of manipulation that keep us confused and powerless.

The Structure of a Whole Life (Revolutionary Aristotelianism Part 5)

The Structure of a Whole Life (Revolutionary Aristotelianism Part 5)

In modernizing tendencies, there are fewer opportunities to develop the excellences associated with the internal goods of practices and the bonds of social life largely disappear to be replaced with the administrative apparatus of faraway governments. The sociological foundation of shared lives pursuing excellences together is dissolved.

The world out of kilter: occupation and zombification

The world out of kilter: occupation and zombification

This ruling gang, which is essentially nothing but an occupying force, shares neither the specific local moral codes of the various peoples it rules over, nor the general human sense of right and wrong that would once have been shared by its own ancestors.

Clarity and focus

Clarity and focus

The flood of “hate” laws being introduced across the world, seeking to prevent so-called “online harm” is largely a response to growing public awareness of the nature of the criminocratic system.

The false red flag: a despotic dead end

The false red flag: a despotic dead end

Bakunin also answered a defence of Marxism that is still being peddled today, namely that in theory its authoritarian revolutionary state will eventually disappear, allowing the final liberation of the people in a free socialist society.

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