Category Archives: Politics

Max Stirner is winning the staring competition

On a crisp autumn afternoon I make my way through a graveyard that is of special importance to me. Various memorials line its uneven paths, punctuated by the occasional ancient mausoleum to a long dead aristocrat or member of the … Continue reading

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Thomas Hitzlsperger and the Humanist Project

Continuing the theme of my previous post referencing Bob Black’s attack on Humanism and in light of the news that retired German international soccer player Thomas Hitzlsperger has ‘come out’, I found a statement by him in relation to this … Continue reading

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Bob Black: Debunking Human Rights

At a fairly recent engagement at The Long Haul Infoshop in Berkeley, California, Anarchist writer Bob Black discussed the impracticalities of  the language of rights and the downright absurdity of the concept in  itself. Bob Black is perhaps most notable for … Continue reading

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Masking the Referent

Among the great driving forces of a mass ideological movement is the desire to mask the referent. By ‘the referent’ I refer to the desires and goals of referent individuals who head up the lead hierarchy of such a movement. … Continue reading

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Towards Libertarian Poststructuralism

Amongst most libertarian groups in the United States, certain concepts have been met not with open arms but outright hostility. Concerned not with the actual content of these ideas, the reaction against them has mostly been fed by an antipathy … Continue reading

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The Barricades of Broken Salvation

Surrounded by the corpses of fallen allies and enemies alike they climb above the barricades; rifles and flags clutched tightly in hands they scream appeals to liberty and curses of death upon their enemies. This is the provocative imagery of emancipatory struggle … Continue reading

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Cultivating Consistent Culture

It would seem clear to me that a fundamental reason for the absolutely confounding confusion found among the broad mass of peoples in all nations is due to their respective cultures. When I say culture I do not merely refer … Continue reading

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