Table of Contents
Introduction: Why I'm Writing This Book
What is Aggressive Anarchism?
A Dark Matter: The Hidden Dimensions of You
The Core of Statism - Trauma
Kindle Unlimited as Social Wiki
End Thoughts: Both Theory and Action
What is Aggressive Anarchism?
It doesn't matter how logical your argument is:
"What about the roads?"
"What about police?"
"How are you going to do it?"
"I see people and I just don't think they're like that."
The questions are so standard that it's a literal joke to anarchists now. Therein lies a powerful hint, too. Perfectly illustrated is the ongoing conundrum:
Why do people shut their ears to rational thought? Why are they so afraid of the very thing that would bring about the world that they, and we, and everyone, wants? If you're like most anarchists, you're inclined to hash it out, time and time again.
I'd know. When I was 15 I was introduced to anarchism by Ryan Faulk (last I recall, he had become a self-declared fascist), and that's been, along with quantum mechanics, my obsession since. What's more, you're likely to make an ass of yourself "for the sake of the cause" because you know how important it is and how dire things are. America is an empire on the fall. And it's never otherwise. Empires cannot be sustained long-term. They're too incoherent. They're cancer. (Cancer is the frequency of incoherence and anger; ref. "The Source Field Investigations" by David Wilcock.)
And I'm pretty sure that I've been an ass lots of times, up until recently, only apologizing when I've been an Obvious ass of myself that I could see it too. I've even seen at least one blog of someone who is an "anarchist, atheist, and asshole." Granted, he might have been kidding when he said asshole, but it does point out the institutionalized (a concept that is calcified and hardened in our awareness) fight that is engendered with a continuous resistance to That Which Is. It's why I've titled this book "Against Aggressive Anarchism" OR "Beyond Anarchism". It is beyond the isolation problem of anarchism and an enlightenment of it. It's a how-to about Non-Violent Communication.
I want World Peace, motherfucker.
What woke me up was Flat Earthers. We've made next to zero progress. Now, don't get me wrong: there's been some progress. There ARE more anarchists. But not nearly enough. Not fast enough. Hollow Earth and other semi-crazy theories, you can at least put them into a coherent worldview. They have one. You can chew on them. I can't picture a Flat Earth. It makes no scientific or rational sense whatsoever. It is pure nonsense. Trying to reference scientific discoveries of the past to relate the ridiculousness of it, I come up with it itself - people used to believe the world was Flat, which is obviously wrong, as Newton realized (so it is said?) by observing an ant go down the side of the apple while seeing a boat out in the distance do the same, and deduce.
That is what convinced me.
People weren't even arguing over the existentially, globally, imminently pertinent problem - The State, and the manifestation component of taxation -- where the rubber of fear-mongering hits the road of the monopoly on force. We are actually receding into the dark Mediaeval times - the time of the reaping, if you would. That time is always Now, by the way, but we've institutionalized times for existential reasons (namely, existing). The start of existence is the spiral of a story. It rests on the paradox of energy. That paradox is what we must ride. It holds the energy, it IS the energy, of zero-point, of NOW, of your power, of who you are. Of Love.
And that's where quantum mechanics comes into the mix. While I know there's a good deal of scepticism about it from anarchists, the alternative is to keep using something that doesn't work: arguing anarchism to people who aren't listening. Isn't it time the world could benefit from freedom?