Comment: You're an Anarchist playing dumb.

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You're an Anarchist playing dumb.

"What, to you, is the definition of anarchist?"

Do you understand that it's not me who creates or defines words, and in the end it doesn't even matter what you try and call yourself; you're still just an Anarchist? Here, let me tell you about Anarchy, Anarchism, and Anarchists, and then you'll understand why they have no interest in fixing or reclaiming our Republic.

- Merriam -Websters
a : absence of government
b : a state of lawlessness or political disorder due to the absence of governmental authority
c : a utopian society of individuals who enjoy complete freedom without government
a : absence or denial of any authority or established order
b : absence of order : disorder
3: anarchism

1.a state of society without government or law.
2.political and social disorder due to the absence of governmental control: The death of the king was followed by a year of anarchy. Synonyms: lawlessness, disruption, turmoil.
3.anarchism ( def 1 ) .
4.lack of obedience to an authority; insubordination: the anarchy of his rebellious teenage years.
5.confusion and disorder:


1: a political theory holding all forms of governmental authority to be unnecessary and undesirable and advocating a society based on voluntary cooperation and free association of individuals and groups
2: the advocacy or practice of anarchistic principles
1.a doctrine urging the abolition of government or governmental restraint as the indispensable condition for full social and political liberty.
2.the methods or practices of anarchists, as the use of violence to undermine government.


1: a person who rebels against any authority, established order, or ruling power
2: a person who believes in, advocates, or promotes anarchism or anarchy; especially : one who uses violent means to overthrow the established order

1.a person who advocates or believes in anarchy or anarchism.
2.a person who seeks to overturn by violence all constituted forms and institutions of society and government, with no purpose of establishing any other system of order in the place of that destroyed.
3.a person who promotes disorder or excites revolt against any established rule, law, or custom.

"How did you arrive at that definition?"

Opened my eyes to reality and objective truth.

"What is typical behavior for anarchists?"

To destroy.

"Give me examples of what anarchists are doing to destroy human beings: genocide, wars, social experimentation, medical experimentation, etc."

Anarchists want to destroy government and let chaos reign, and being victims of causality they blame injustice, whether you're talking genocide or war on government. This is an oversimplification. Injustice comes from mankind's covetous nature, not government. We serve that nature just fine without governments. Getting rid of government doesn't get rid of anything you're going to try and blame government for.

The only legitimate purpose of government, is to defend liberty, to serve justice, and what an Anarchist REALLY wants is to unleash what causes injustice, mans covetous nature, in a free market of collective violence.

They're wanna be Warlords and Barbarians, users and destroyers.

They're WORTHLESS to liberty in every way imaginable, and right on cue, here they are attempting to destroy rather than fix or reclaim our Republic.

"How involved are anarchists (and can they be grouped together; "nobody" wants *us* to use the word 'collective' anymore) in weapons manufacturing?"

Do you think you can get rid of weapons in Anarchy? ROFL!!!

Just as involved as anybody else. They're users and phonies who want to use free market solutions to provide justice and security rather than government, so I imagine they're heavily involved in weapons manufacturing.

"How involved are they in corporate welfare or corporate abuse? What are their lobbys, or do they have lobbys? (sp?; it could be 'lobbies'; not sure)--"

An Anarchist doesn't want any Corporate Lobbyists. They want an incorporation to be able to buy and use violence to stifle their competition within a free market of collective violence.

Government is collective force, and corporations lobby to use regulations (collective force) to stifle their competition. In Anarchy, there will be NO LOBBYISTS REQUIRED. He who can buy the most violence will write the regulations, and those regulations will have NOTHING to do with a free market or your liberty.

Anarchists are currently HEAVILY involved in lobbying. They're called Fascists, and it's all becoming a big pain in the ass to explain to people how it is our government is using collective force to serve justice, rather than simply serving their Fascist cronies.

Crony Capitalists (Fascists) will LOVE ANARCHY. Can you compete with them. How big is your wallet? How are you with logistics? Are you familiar with privately contracted military assets, and what the free market has to offer the modern day Anarcho-Fascist?

"How is Ron Paul an anarchist? I'm sure he's quite disgruntled with government after 30 years in congress, but how is he an anarchist?"

Ron Paul is a voluntarist who endorses the idea that you can "opt out" of the society you live in, but he also says that the only legitimate purpose of government is to defend liberty. He's saying that you should live in a just society, but you shouldn't have to pay anything in blood or treasure to serve justice defending liberty.

What he's proposing is called being "a freeloader"; somebody who wants others to pay their way, to live within a society enjoying the umbrella of security it provides without paying anything. People are free to leave the US, and I truly wish every Anarchist at the DP who hates the Constitution, the US and its people would pack their bags, and leave.

"some (Anarchists) sound reasonable; some sound like madmen/women"

Some are better fakers than others. They're what's called nihilists. A nihilist is somebody that rejects morality and truth believing that there is no objective basis for either. They're the very opposite of reasonable, and they get off destroying other people's principles, or at least trying, because succeeding reinforces their own.

That's all they're really interested in, destroying. If there's any principle they serve, it is the principle that order comes from chaos.

PS ME: "I don't create or define words"

I take that back, words can be newly created and defined. Here's one I heard the other day for the first time; "Anarcho-Barbarian", "AnBarb" for short, and since you NOW what what an Anarchist is, you can figure out how Barbarian is an appropriate way to describe this political subgroup, and it's funny because Anarchists know they need to try and call themselves something OTHER than what they are.