Archive for November, 2010

The Heart of Anarchy

November 11, 2010 Leave a comment

At the heart of anarchy is spirituality. The State has sought, very successfully, to implant the idea that people are just animals, not spiritual beings.

How could people worship The State if they believed in a higher existence?

The anarchist is that person who understands that people are spiritual beings, not animals. They understand that beyond the primitive need for leaders there is a far nobler world; a world more attuned to the real hopes and aspirations of people.

An anarchist is someone who believes in, and hopefully strives for, the higher level of consciousness than can only exist outside of the mud hole of collective delusion.

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Children of The State

November 11, 2010 Leave a comment

Welfare serfs stormed a Conservative Party building in London a few days ago (Nov ’10). Their general demands were for free education… free for them that is of course, not the other poor sods they expect to pay for it.

The UK rag The Daily Mail described the violent protesters as Anarchists. They are wrong. Violence is a tool of The State, not the anarchist.

An anarchist would have been protesting against the involvement of The State in education.

The fact they were essentially protesting for more government involvement means that they are truly the bastard offspring of The State… blinded by the glare of their own democratic chains.

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Anarchy and Wealth

November 4, 2010 Leave a comment

Some people become wealthy, but most are destined for a life of poverty, or at best, ‘getting by’.

Why this is so is very simple. It has nothing to do with what sort of education they have, or how ‘lucky’ they are, or whether they win the lottery, or being in the right place at the right time, or anything like that at all.

It doesn’t even have to do with whether they are an employer or an employee.

It has to do with what they spend their surplus income on.
There are two different sorts of things to spend money on. They are:
1 Things that fall in value over time and,
2 Things that rise in value over time.

To become wealthy it is only necessary to spend partially in the second category instead of solely in the first.

People who buy in the first category will either never be wealthy, or, if they start off wealthy, will soon be poor.

People who spend wisely in the second category will always become wealthy.

Continually spending in the first category is the only reason that most people remain poor instead of becoming wealthy.

A true anarchist is a productive and creative person who has an income. There is zero merit in being poor. A poor anarchist can’t change anything.

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