Many things are do what they do! No wrong way to anarchy, is there. Accept the consequences of your actions you do. Understand this you will or last breath you may draw. Government creates not the peace Humanity craves. Illusions of control enforced with fear and threats of compliance it maintains.
People if they are scared no longer of the law man lose their morality do they? No. Fearful of retaliation by others they attempt to hinder, harm, or hate upon they are. Grandma can carry a .50 cal in her purse and ask questions of the purse snatcher’s family later.
*GASP* Not civilized you say? What care you of civilized if you believe using government to cow me and others into obedience with the lawman’s gun?!?
Maybe better to not steal Grandma’s purse if find you instant death overkill! Hahahahahaha! Puns.
Under government Grandma is robbed and the robber is free until the government oppressing the Grandma can prove her innocence and the guilt of the robber. No to self defense says the government under threat of jail or death by the hands the lawman. But with no lawman, the robber will make a choice in his long term favor when thinking straightly.
“Can I win against Grandma? Does Grandma have a .50 cal or just a pepper spray? I don’t know. I can study her for weeks to learn. But much work that is. Easier to get a job me thinks!”
So see you there is a choice for all we do. Like peanut butter cups, there is no wrong way to anarchy when you understand and honorably accept the consequences of your choices.
Sometimes when we learn philosophy we get stuck in the trap of ‘SERIOUS! SERIOUS! SERIOUS!’ Everything we look at is serious without any whimsical at all. And sometimes there is nothing but whimsical which turns everything into a joke…and turns people off to the ideas presented or gives them the wrong impression.
I went through a long stage of everything being serious. However, this was due to the way I was raised. There was always a reason to be fearful I found out growing up. My escapes from reality were few at the time. I hadn’t discovered larger fictional worlds just yet.
The family 8-bit Nintendo system was it! Mario Bros. was it. And when Mario Bros. 3 came out I couldn’t have fell in love with a game more at the time! (Well, Final Fantasy -just the first one for the 8-bit system- did.) I loved the story behind and played every chance I got.
However, that was short lived. As I grew up and restrictions were put on me and what I could do, all I had were memories. But they were great memories. As an adult with a good understanding of philosophy, how to think, and how to communicate I’ve rediscovered a childhood favorite and am loving the content I am creating! (Even if I’m the only one! I don’t care! I’m having a blast making it come to life!)
Jim L. Davis
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What is Anarchy?
Rules without rulers is a great thing.
How do we make this happen? What do we need to understand? What questions do we need to ask? So many things to learn. I think I am liking this idea of being free.