September 30, 2014

nontransparent:

arabe1la:

people are literally risking their lives to bring you information about this and you wanna blacklist it bc its making you a little uncomfy during your leisurly blogging from inside your safe home………..ok

thats what freedom is all about,voluntary interaction.

(Source: paulmccarteny)

September 30, 2014
How Humility Can Prepare You for Optimal Learning in the Arts

(Source: portprep)

September 29, 2014
where-my-sidewalk-ends:

Yes…yes it does.

where-my-sidewalk-ends:

Yes…yes it does.

September 29, 2014
Government: We want to keep pregnancy rates in young girls down!
Government: *Has terrible sex education for young girls*
Government: *Charges lots of money for birth control*
Government: *Charges lots of money for pregnancy tests*
Government: *Charges lots of money for plan b pills*
Government: *Is against abortion*
September 29, 2014
They Saw It Coming: The 19th-Century Libertarian Critique of Fascism

c4ss:

To speak of a 19th-century libertarian critique of fascism might seem anachronistic, since fascism is generally understood as a 20th-century phenomenon. But it did not spring from nothing, and the libertarians of the 19th century saw it in the making.

Fascism differs from its close cousins, Communism and aristocratic conservatism, in several important ways. Let’s begin with its difference from Communism. First, where Communism seeks to substitute the state for private ownership, fascism seeks to incorporate or co-opt private ownership into the state apparatus through public-private partnership.

Thus fascism tends to be more tempting than Communism to wealthy interests who may see it as a way to insulate their economic power from competition through forced cartelization and other corporatist stratagems. Second, where Communist ideology tends to be cosmopolitan and internationalist, fascist ideology tends to be chauvinistically nationalist, stressing a particularist allegiance to one’s country, culture, or ethnicity; along with this goes a suspicion of rationalism, a preference for economic autarky, and a view of life as one of inevitable but glorious struggle. Fascism also tends to cultivate a “folksy” or völkisch “man of the people,” “pragmatism over principles,” “heart over head,” “pay no attention to those pointy-headed intellectuals” rhetorical style. …

In short, the 19th-century libertarians observed the rise of the various tendencies that would come together to make fascism — militarism, corporatism, regimentation, nationalist chauvinism, plutocracy in populist guise, the call for “strong leaders” and “national greatness,” the glorification of conflict over commerce and of brute force over intellect — and they bitterly opposed the whole package. And although they ultimately lost that battle, their fallen banner is ours to pick up.

(via libertariantaoist)

September 28, 2014

(Source: potbc, via acid-anarchism)

September 28, 2014
"and the anarchists have started
filling potholes, collecting garbage
to prove we don’t need governments to do these things
and i’ll wake up, burning time’s square as we sing
“Throw your hands in the air ‘cause property is robbery!”"

— Proudhon in Manhattan - Wingnut Dishwasher’s Union (via outoffutero)

(via jackrabbitparole)

September 28, 2014
acid-anarchism:

anunreliablesource:

Traded a stick of butter, can of chicken broth and a half gallon of milk for these. Friend didn’t want to go to the store and I had what she needed and she offered me cash or these fresh from her garden veggies. Don’t tell the government.

#anarchism

acid-anarchism:

anunreliablesource:

Traded a stick of butter, can of chicken broth and a half gallon of milk for these. Friend didn’t want to go to the store and I had what she needed and she offered me cash or these fresh from her garden veggies. Don’t tell the government.

#anarchism

September 27, 2014
jetgreguar:

do not sell senzu beans to my husband

jetgreguar:

do not sell senzu beans to my husband

(Source: jensyao, via acid-anarchism)

September 27, 2014

fpti:

When do all the armed white ‘patriots’ show up to protect the unarmed black american kids from oppressive big government? any minute right?

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