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Daily reminder

Architecture
geometrical buldings. Filthy, stinking caves M
Philosophers
Insane, immoral, vociferous kooks who echo nonsense to each other
u t becomes immutable truth. They hate those that have earned
positions of power and respect through hard work and integrity - and
by extension, they hate the organisational structures that form around
these people. They suffer from the tall poppy syndrome.
Wise, virtuous men who realize that the life of man under anarchism is
poor, nasty and brutish. They know that prevail, the
struggle of mankind for many ages will have produced nothing but
sordid, aimless, ugly, confusion.
THERE Annyway IN rms
WORLD AND
REPULSA‘/ E AND OBNOXIOUS AND
OBSTINATE _ -
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The internet. try
Robotic limbs.
etc.
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#1 - ohayougozaimasu (08/01/2014) [-]
Wow, it's sure fun to generalize.
User avatar #4 to #1 - schnizel (08/01/2014) [-]
Show me otherwise.
User avatar #2 to #1 - bluenebula (08/01/2014) [-]
Welcome to FunnyJunk.
#3 - xardian (08/01/2014) [-]
Wow, so you are really saying, that something that never existed in modern society, is worse than the system we're used to, just because some people in it were good people, and because our modern society was was created inside this...

That is... I mean, srsly that is like saying, sheep milks better than cow milk, because you are used to cow milk...
User avatar #5 to #3 - schnizel (08/01/2014) [-]
The government holds a monopoly on violence and besides all the services it provides for us and protects us, what is good in anarchy?
#13 to #5 - xardian (08/02/2014) [-]
In anarchy you do not HAVE to participate in something that you can't change
Also, the govermnment is sopposed to offer public institutes and things such as roads, and it kind of does that, but it has to fit in the economics, and those would be there in a anarchy as well, also, if you need roads, you can still build them your own...

The govermnent is thought to work for the people not vice versa as it is now, in an anarchy you would not have a govermnent that could become corrupt...
#14 to #13 - schnizel (08/02/2014) [-]
>In anarchy you do not HAVE to participate in something that you can't change    
You can change everything.   
>Also, the govermnment is sopposed to offer public institutes and things such as roads, and it kind of does that, but it has to fit in the economics, and those would be there in a anarchy as well, also, if you need roads, you can still build them your own...    
Build them on your own, even libertarians crack down when it comes to roads. Damn, you are dumber by every word you say. The Government is providing those services for you and who do you think is going to come when you are getting robbed, when your house is on fire or you had a heart attack, or who the 			****		 is protecting your entire country?   
>The govermnent is thought to work for the people not vice versa as it is now, in an anarchy you would not have a govermnent that could become corrupt...   
Yes, people work for the government, and the government works for the people and if you don't want to break your arms cut them off. Greedy people are what make the government corrupt, not the structure of the government.
>In anarchy you do not HAVE to participate in something that you can't change
You can change everything.
>Also, the govermnment is sopposed to offer public institutes and things such as roads, and it kind of does that, but it has to fit in the economics, and those would be there in a anarchy as well, also, if you need roads, you can still build them your own...
Build them on your own, even libertarians crack down when it comes to roads. Damn, you are dumber by every word you say. The Government is providing those services for you and who do you think is going to come when you are getting robbed, when your house is on fire or you had a heart attack, or who the **** is protecting your entire country?
>The govermnent is thought to work for the people not vice versa as it is now, in an anarchy you would not have a govermnent that could become corrupt...
Yes, people work for the government, and the government works for the people and if you don't want to break your arms cut them off. Greedy people are what make the government corrupt, not the structure of the government.
#10 - andrakian (08/02/2014) [-]
You do realize that a huge majority of those people on the good side were actually transgressors against the society of their time, don't you?

virtually all The Renaissance artists and scholars, Benjamin Franklin, Van Gogh, Mozart, Einstein, Schopenhauer, Plato, Napoleon (ordered the building of the Arc de Triomphe), Alfred Nobel, Russeau, Charles. ************* . Darwin. the list goes on.

Also the other guy is right, anarchism never really existed. Most historians agree that the first societies were despotic, or in a kind of primitive communism.
User avatar #12 to #10 - schnizel (08/02/2014) [-]
Against society to build their own society.
And not all first societies had a central command, they adopted it shortly after.
#9 - justleavefagmin (08/02/2014) [-]
Daily reminder that Anarchism is supposed to be the principle of taking care of yourself and those you love instead of war all of the time and lack of peace, you generalizing faggot.
User avatar #11 to #9 - schnizel (08/02/2014) [-]
Oh, from a true sctosman.
User avatar #8 - monswine (08/02/2014) [-]
Well I certainly don't like Anarchy because I think it's something worshiped by knuckleheads but there has never really been a human society with anything akin to pure anarchy as it demands the absence of any kind of governing principles even in our prehistory or your "darkest Africa". Most of these dummies just want to stop paying taxes and such. Any way rock art is absolutely breathtaking and if you were familiar with the work of Karl Pilkington you'd know cave life isn't so bad.
#7 - doctorworm (08/02/2014) [-]
But Penn Jillette is a libertarian, not a anarchist.. Also remember how the industrial revolution, a fairly right wing movement, is a key factor in the productivity of the past 200 years, and led to scientific breakthroughs
#6 - hillfarmer (08/01/2014) [-]
I feel like trying to put down a whole fire with a just bucket, but Ayn Rand wasn't an anarchist at all, regardless your political views.
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