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Anarcho Capitalism?

Discussion in 'Anarchism and radical activism' started by Probe, Mar 4, 2010.

  1. Probe

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    I was reading the points of unity for AP.net and i read something abut anarcho-capitalism
    can someone please tell me what anarcho capitalism is and the difference between that and "normal" capitalism?
     

  2. ASA

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    anarcho capital, it makes money to put back into the running of a community entity and can be run by many, rather than to an indiviudal capitalist who tends to fuck people over and then some, ya know like hitler

    i'm not for wholesale ridding of philosiphies as ideas don't die and we're rather diverse but there are extemely better ways of doing things rather than the draconian status quo, if it weren't for punk you wouldn't have a liberal society 'today' i believe, its not a one fit solution, sometimes it works soemtimes it don't but do someit else if it ain't you and support each other, i mean if corporations r gonna steal ideas, we can 'borrow' and take em back, we made the good law, its ours not the 'courts'.
     
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  4. miserablist

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    It's an oxymoron. (Oi! Oi! :ecouteurs: )
    It's basically lassaiz fair capitalism with a 'trendy' moniker. LIke 'anarcho-nationalism' it's the same old shit trying to get some street cred.
     
  5. ASA

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    no its actually helped a few/it can be taken outta context but if you want 'one', u will never succeed as its about the 'many' and theres always an other, i'm not up for this beating ourselves up, might as well be the media, u may not agree but done proper like, they can coincide, don't throw the bath out with the bathwater
     
  6. Unreasonable Man

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    I've never really heard it paired with a philosophy of horozontal control. Every Libertarian I've encountered has huge distain for workers, unions, etc. and uses his lassaiz fair capitalism as a way of getting government out of the way of the bosses. Which seems like a pointless fight spare to crush the small dangling thread of responsibility they have left.

    Fuck replacing the government with corporate rule. We already have enough of that as it is.
     
  7. Rathryn

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    Theoretically both capitalism and anarcho-capitalism would work.
    Then again theoretically if we lived in a fascist state all possible racism (or any other negative -ism) would cease to exist.
    Everything sounds good on paper.
     
  8. ungovernable

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    anarcho-capitalism is capitalism, without the state.

    The only common point between them and us is being against the state
     
  9. ASA

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    well i'm not an anarcho syndicalist, shud i leave, nice rathryn and agree mostly miserable, i know peepz who do this and its much more effective then 'nothing' but its also not my steez but it always helps o have sympathisers, if they're not with ya theylre against ya, why do ya think they spend so much trying to disengage people generally, power corrupts.
     
  10. Probe

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    wouldnt the same thing apply to anarchy then?
     
  11. NGNM85

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    So called "Anarcho-Capitalism", really an extreme form of lassez-faire capitalism is inconsistant with Anarchist values, and in practice, would be a nightmare. It's just an exchange of despotic institutions. In this case, to far worse institutions. At least states can have a measure of accountability.
     
  12. miserablist

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  13. ASA

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    Anarchism can also be maleable and learn from mistakes rather than being draconian, much as the human condition or someone figuring out an enginerring issue but it has a basis that keeps it real, anarchy also does stuff that isn't the status quo while still being effective in its community, not just talk about it or sell out for sellings sake, its only also a basis, it don't help ya breath but it can sure make some space amongst 'stateism', its not up to anybody else except you which is why it can run very close to libertarianism but they also believe in telling u what to do obstensibly, they also tend to focus on their own bias(aparteid etc), all @ sez is u r the leader of your destiny and u don't have 2 fuck over others to survive but you'd better have ya eyes wide open or i will tell u whether you like it or not, thats life

    sorry somalias not a good example, at all, if u wana talk anarchy feel free but don't discount with half truthes, thanx
     
  14. miserablist

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    ASA what the fuck is that meant to mean? I mean is it even English?
     
  15. ASA

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    'Somalia' is not an example of anarchy in any form, half truthe's will never succeed ai canoo
     
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