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Discussion in 'New members introductions' started by @narcho-Skinhooligan, Dec 1, 2011.

  1. @narcho-Skinhooligan

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    I am a 37 yr.old Individualist-Anarcho-Punk turned Individualist-Anarcho-Skin. Anti-racist/Antifa Ultra.
    Interested in meeting other Skins, Anarcho-Skins, Red Skins, Queer Skins, Queer Punx, Green Anarchists, Vegans, Str8-edge, Crusties, people with interests in the occult/paranormal, Anarcho-Pagans, Chaos Mages, People with heterodox spiritual views i.e. Heretics, or whatever, or just plain cool ass people all around who would like to be friends and talk and laugh at the sorry ass state of the world we live in now. :lmao: :lmao:
    Look forward to your responds! Cheers!
    Oh yeah, & Bash the Fuckin Fash! OI!
     

  2. @narcho-Skinhooligan

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    :beer: Hell guess I will send me a Cheers back!
     
  3. Inna Ruts

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    sorry, but i'm still trying hard to figure out if you are possibly the last santa from the new age era?
    quite nice how you offer a gift for each and everyone, but where amongst the plenty is the real you?
    don't want to be unfriendly, but the mass of bohemian lifestyles you mentioned...
    what makes you think that "individualism" has anything to do with social anarchism, a philosophy based on the material here and now, this way opposing the petty pasttimes of the upper classes?
     
  4. @narcho-Skinhooligan

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    Well thank u for your reply. But the REAL me is just a human very tolerance of most(not all, I am not tolerant of the super rich's greedy exploiting lifestyles) people's lifestyles. Would it be better if I was like your garden variety Skinhead. Ya know, violent, close minded, homophobic, sexist, chance he might or might not be a possible fence sitter, macho tough guy drunk who is more likely to pick up weights way quicker then books? Maybe I'm not skinhead in most of those assholes eyes cuz I'm an animal lover & know there are such a thing as Queerskins, i.e. Gays Skins who know Skinhead culture, music, are working class, & who consider the uniform a badge of honor & NOT some cheap way to get your rocks off!! YES I believe in "Individualist Anarchism", i.e. The right of each person to decide their life & how they live it. PERIOD. How is that not like libertarian socialism in many ways? If applied right... I repeat If. As 4 the upper classes pastimes I guess I never got the memo that only the "upper classes" could produce and like art & the liberal arts. But I am just a high school dropout myself honestly,so I know nothing of "Higher Education". As for the Bohemian thang, unlike your stereotypical Skin who hates "Fuckin Hippies" cuz the Spirit of 69 original Trad Skins hated them and kicked their asses. I like hippies honestly, most I met are really really nice people. My father was a hippie in the 60's type thang, I like some psyche-rock. But I am working class & don't have time to sit around all day writing love poems & painting nudes of hot chicks I'm sleeping with! Lol. Wish I could! Individualist & Social Anarchists have the same enemies, The state, fascists, the list goes on. I will throw my hat in with any good cause. Anarchists should work together my friend for a common good against a common enemy instead of us arguing endlessly over philosophical differences. I am a member of a certain Skinhead forum the name of which is so obvious I will just leave it unnamed. But man are there ALOT OF FUCKIN ASSHOLES THERE! The shit talked about me is stupid, your typical macho-homophobe shit. I am just a 37 yr.old man who does not pretend to be an expert on anything, Punk rock, politics, or anything else. I came here to get turned on to some really good tunes & learn somethings from some really cool people. I am not as well read/or educated as I would like to be, but I try. I can see why some of my fellow Skin brothers I have known are anti-racist but a-political. Their view is that politics are a waste of time. But I don't agree. I came here cuz it said it was also open to Anarcho-Skins and I was like "COOL! I WANNA JOIN!" I was hoping to come to a forum were I could be treated decently & as a human being. Sorry if I seem too nice or too friendly. Like a new age santa Lol. I just try to be a nice guy is all. If you have more questions please ask me & thanx for responding to my post! I was beginning to feel lonely hence me toasting myself back! Have a good day & hope to hear from you soon. Cheers :beer:
     
  5. Inna Ruts

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    i'm french and only learning english again, so your post is a bit "too much" for me at the moment, guess i won't have the time today to reply in detail - but i swear by my anarcho-communist principles:
    i didn't wanted to be unfriendly, even if my personal experiences with stirner-mackay-society-tucker-individualists aren't the best, so we might have a talk or two about this kind of "anarchism" from more or less completely opposing points of view.
    i guess there will be more people responding to you, the site seems to be very open minded (i registered only a few days before...), maybe the start is a bit difficult due to the richness of your interests - my "new age santa" remark wasn't that serious at all and back in my days en france i fought many entertaining battles on the social level, but talking paranormal/spiritual or lifestyle specials on political terms is very difficult on an anarchist = atheist forum - but on the other hand i already noticed that there is kind of a cultural difference too, making my somehow european political points of view almost looking dogmatic... :o

    right now i do some kind of antifa-travelling across europe, meeting like-minded people and activists i picked out at recent protests, back home i work with a collective sometimes producing political radio programs - now i'd like to see if we can join forces across borders and languages to make our struggle a bit more effective.
    i work part-timing for my living and the expenses on the road, most of the time i try to convince myself that keeping concepts of "enemies" is pretty useless and not that constructive while shaping out a new world, new communities, societies, economies, whatever - politeness and at least a little respect are free, even if one has to kick the shits out of a bonehead or to teach a cop a thing or two about being a mercenary of the state.

    already late for my job i printed out your post and take it with me, guess i'll have to say a thing or two later this night or tomorrow - so it's the missed WELCOME in a hurry, please stroll around a bit and see if you find anything you want to comment... au revoir for now!
     
  6. @narcho-Skinhooligan

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    Thank you my friend! I very very much look forward to hearing from ya, Don't feel bad about your English, MY FRENCH SUX! HAHA! I already posted an anti-homophobe post. Have a good day at work. & I agree some Anarchist Dogma can at times be too eurocentric. The struggle is worldwide, & should take into account social & cultural differences. & I don't think Anarchists should be against spirituality(they should respect people's beliefs on that) but we SHOULD BE against organized religion as a controlling system to uphold injustices, clickish dangerous cults, & extremism that leads to acts of terrorism committed by members of ANY faith! Hope to hear from ya soon buddy. Cheers :beer: Peace!
     
  7. Bentheanarchist

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    Welcome!
     
  8. @narcho-Skinhooligan

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    Oh yes my French friend one thing more, my sister bought me Chomsky's LANGUAGE & POLITICS from AK PRESS. At close to 800 pages it is a good sized book filled with a collection of his interviews from 68' to 02' or 03'. Discussing his thoughts on his Libertarian Socialist philosophy. Going try & pick it up again. Cheers :beer: ! :beers: !
     
  9. @narcho-Skinhooligan

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    THANK YOU VERY MUCH BENTHEANARCHIST!
    Cheers to you Brother! :beers: !
     
  10. ungovernable

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    Salut citoyenne, je parle francais aussi. Tu viens de ou ?
     
  11. @narcho-Skinhooligan

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    Greeting Friend! But sorry it took me a few moments on Google translation to understand you. I wish I spoke french! LOL! No my friend I am an American born and raised unfortunately, I wish I could go to Quebec. My lil brother is in the U.S. navy & went to Quebec once or twice. He said the beers are freaking great, the French Canadian women are FREAKING BEAUTIFUL, & the French people were a very very nice & :ecouteurs: warm people to him. They made him feel at home. :thumbsup:
    Cheers to ya :beer: !
    Oh Yeah I am gonna add you three guys as friends if ya'll don't mind??
     
  12. Inna Ruts

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    hahaha, don't mention, i'm still a bit off from night shift kartonagen production (this tough stuff for packaging things) and was awoken by a bunch of grinning kids calling me for breakfast (they still celebrate the event on a catholic 2nd advent, watched by the adults, laughing about all the serious- and ceremoniousness... and i get coffee as soon as i finish the last one).
    french is fun, the polish people around love to listen to me just for the sound of it, the kids too - but global language is english everywhere, that ok with me, just too bad that the french are still very anxious about the future of their tongue, my school english wasn't the best - and they let me away with that...
    there is hardly an anarchist dogma, thats the very best about anarchism compared with "scientific socialism" and other weird stuff - our people were always rather in the here and now than with their heads up in the clouds... and even that is not a dogma, we had a long discussion after my return about the "revolutionary marriage" practiced by the anarchist trade union in barcelona 1936 - slipping back into bourgeois habits, just to keep the mothers of the brides from getting a heart attack when their daughters left home to live with a man...
    i wouldn't say it's "eurocentrism" - it's just a BIG difference in history and traditions in the old and the new world - over here the people fought passionately and for a long time until the fascists were called in by the democrats and brought out WW2, just to save the "free" order and set the people asking for much more back again - after that cold war and a slow and silent prosperity corruption took effect, they called it social market economy, but it was fuelled even by the korean and indochine wars, immigrants were invited and welcomed in, but not as the people they are, just for the dirty jobs while the former working class became white collars and left only a little rebel flame flickering on, later kindled by the grand kids of the former proletarians and war collaborators, setting the domestic graveyard peace on fire here and there, just by asking "what have you done during the war, grandpa"? only to get a "shut up!" but stilljust wondering how everything "undemocratic" slipped so easy back into place...
    now the music is almost over and the money machine works less effective, there aren't any scraps to "share" anymore, the state is bankrott, but trouble gets up everywhere, starting with the immigrants and the poor, so class war becomes interesting again, people started to read the "classic" political philosophers, the memory of the gone eastern bloc keeps them from falling for the authorian communists. i think we can say that we are just waiting to continue la Commune de Paris, the uprisings after WW1 and if we are very lucky even the spanish revolution from 1936, its only a matter of time and organisation, we already have the knowledge, the determination too and more and more people are taking up the step...
    what do you think is the difference to new world? i get the notion that even "the struggle" is very dissimiliar, starting with the reasoning, for sure in the the means and the final aims?

    time to help with the dishes... :ecouteurs:
     
  13. @narcho-Skinhooligan

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    I guess what I ment to say it that considering that most if not all the classical Anarchist thinkers, were European or of European descent it tends to color their worldview is all. Yeah you are right, there is no real dogma in Anarchism cuz of all the different schools of thought. French is a cool language, everyone has the right to cultural pride & preservation esp. the world's native peoples but the Boneheads end up using that line of thinking as a platform for hate tho. As for the difference in struggle, well I think in America the subverting of freedoms was easy after WWII, cuz the simple fact we americans wanted to believe in the patriotic b.s. they told us & wanted to believe that our govt. real real cared about our welfare so we accepted their bullshit wholesale till it backfired on the ruling classes big time now with all this civil unrest we have here. We poor & working classes are ripe for change/class war & getting sick of their stupid sick fucking wars waged to further line their pockets under the disguise of liberating "Democracy". Thing is friend the struggle will probably be sidelined by the upperclasses by making us fight each other. I need to read about the Spanish history in the struggle, I am honestly ignore. But I think differences in "the struggle" might be hard to pin down for me cuz I have never been to Europe(I fuckin wish tho!) so I can't really say the reasons are different but maybe a safe bet is that people all have the same needs all over the globe. I saw your post on my vegan comment. Good post friend I like the "Bambi Complex"! LOL! I still have yet to read that whole thread tho. Gonna get some more sleep first. But I will get back to ya on that one tho. & don't Feel bad about the Catholic thang, my parents tried drowning me at birth too! HAHA! Talk to ya laters buddy be cool. By the way you even hear the old French Punk band Guilty Razors? Bad Ass stuff man! Cheers :beer:
     
  14. Sick Boy 77

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    HEY! I haven't been on lately or I would have dropped a post earlier. I'm from the fucked up US and just an anarcho/crust/dirty punk vegan. Drop me a line sometime. Looken' forward to chatten.
     
  15. @narcho-Skinhooligan

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    LOOking forward to it my friend! I will add ya on my friend's list if ya don't mind??
    :beer: Cheers!
     
  16. Inna Ruts

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    good morning! (it's already high noon...)
    yesss, researching the spanish revolution is highly recommanded, look out for abel paz, gaston leval, heleno sana and even the brits' george orwells "my catalonia" - i think they are really important in relation with our industrial/agricultural needs and ways to organize and distribute in the future - building up a running productive community even fighting a war against the spanish and italian fascists, german nazis and the stalinist infiltrated republicans too... a bit too much all at once and finally many gave up the revolution to fight the war more effectively - but they managed well for quite some time and really gave an example how to do it even in a crisis.
    talk about cultural identity/diversity:
    the eldest of the girls speaks german, turkish and a little arabic, the triplets talk german and polish, the little mexican rascal german and a middle american native dialect and a little spanish - and they stick together like glue, guess we'll get a fine subculture as soon as the girls come up age...
    to bad that i don't speak my ethnic high annamite at all, it's one of the four main dialects in vietnam and laos and my grandparents - who fought in the indochine war and defected from army and state after the invasion of campuchea - only stopped teaching me after i was getting in trouble in the french kindergarten for using it.
    some french still hate it like hell, still suffering from the dien bien phu defeat so long ago...
    your picture of the post war-us is very impressive, doing my research of the vietnam war i found many examples of this "america my country - right or wrong"-patriotism, 18 year old teenagers marching to fight communism only with john birch pamphlets and a sense of duty in their back packs. some ten years ago i visited vietnam together with my grand parents and a us-veteran group (we weren't allowed to travel on our own and had to stick with the americans) in my youthful hatred for the french keeping me busy reminding my hostile alien-identity at school i expected my grandparents to feel the same way towards the former GI's - but surprise surprise: my communist guerilla grandparents reacted like meeting old comrades from the same side, somehow as if they would share kinda deep connection out of the experience of the war.
    i asked my grandma how she could do that with the former enemies of the vietnamese people - she said:
    we were as young as the foreign soldiers, but they knew nothing about us fighting the chinese for 1000 years, so they just tried to stay here and at the end they almost only wanted to leave alive. we lost many friends fighting by our side for our cause and we will remember them for all our life. but nothing will bring them back to us - so why should i hate the americans, i really have no need for useless things now.
    guess i learned quite a lot from that, it's kinda common wisdom of the people, during the whole journey we never saw any sign of hostility coming from the vietnamese towards the americans.
    i think if we learn from that and act accordingly to it, we might be able to fight with all our strength and ingenuity - but become free after that to do what ever we want without petty revenge or retribution, breaking the bounds of patriotism and propaganda.
    nah, i don't feel bad about the catholic thingie, they did it for the children and christmass on the way, but the girls refused to go to the church this morning: "it's cold and gruesome there" - talk about the seeds of atheism already growing - we had a walk out of the village, it was cold too, but funny and lively as hell... try to keep up with a flock of rascals!
     
  17. @narcho-Skinhooligan

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    I will check out the history for sure. But for the American GI vs. Viet Cong thing it is as your Grandparents wisely pointed out, they were all kids fighting a war they did not start! I have seen this sort of post war post conflict comraderie in WWII american & germany troopers reunited long after that war had ended, on shows on T.V. All the vets on both sides had the Highest respect & honor for their former foes! I think that can teach people alot about getting pass old hatreds! There is good in people & alot of common ground, it's just the system thrives on conflict. IT'S GOOD FOR BUSINESS... But have fun, Those kids sound cool, sounds like you can learn alot from them all. Peace
    Cheers :beers:
     
  18. Inna Ruts

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    right now they are still very young and full of ideas and stuff far beyond their age-related abilities - but i really wonder what kinda sub-culture we will have if they grow up and out of their cute eloquence still needing a watchful eye here and there to keep them out of trouble...
    but it's really encouraging watching them so easily dealing with things like disability - one of the girls is almost blind, the youngest can't hear - but watching them one can hardly see "who's the problem child" and who's not. they can hardly communicate with the kids in the neighborhood, but despite that it's already daily business that they visit and meet almost every kid within reach or a bunch of them comes over to play and have fun.

    and, btw. marianne... i'm still waiting for the legendary french punk being mentioned...
     
  19. @narcho-Skinhooligan

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    Hahaha! Wait so u 2 work together?? That is cool, really cool. I am glad that they are(the kids) an inspiration to you, I am sure they will be inspired by u as well. Yeah I think kids will be kids disabilities or not. They probably will grow into quite an interesting subculture as they grow up. I am glad they are having fun.
    Inna Ruts, thank you for replying to my intro post. I will add u to my friend's list if u don't mind.
    & yeah what is up with The Guilty Razors huh?? LOL! :lmao:
    Cheers! :beers: