Comment: anarchy

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1530s, from M.L. anarchia, from Gk. anarkhia "lack of a leader," noun of state from anarkhos "rulerless," from an- "without" + arkhos "leader" (see archon). Anarch (n.) "leader of leaderlessness," a deliciously paradoxical word, was used by Milton, Pope, Byron. Anarcho-syndicalism

has nothing to do with law. only leaders and rulers.

Laws of nature exist.. since we exist within nature, as long as we exist, we will be forced to observe those laws no matter who claims they are "ruler" or not.

I use Blue Wave, but don't expect one of THEIR silly taglines.