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Take what's yours, anarcho-outlaw.

  • Posted on: 19 August 2017
  • By: Anonymous (not verified)

In every society there have always been those who hopelessly desire to create their own lives. These passionate beings want to live wildly and relish in boundless possibility. The anarchist mantra of "no gods, no masters" embodies this spiritual outlook; for one who chooses life becomes their own master. Those who endeavor to create their existence must find ways that employ strategies unique to their situation. They write their own story. The outlaw accepts that they are an outsider, for once the pandora's box of freedom is opened, one's life cannot be the same.

NEW Anti-Civ forum welcomes new participants for discussion, community and sharing of projects

  • Posted on: 10 January 2017
  • By: Anonymous (not verified)

To all those interested in discussing anti-civ ideas:

Please come and join in the discussions at:

http://anti-civ.org

We'd love to see the online community grow and be a space where people can share ideas and projects freely!

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The Brilliant podcast: Episodes 17-19

  • Posted on: 28 February 2016
  • By: aragorn

From The Brilliant

Our publishing schedule has been a bit delayed lately so if you don't use our RSS feed to keep up to the minute on the latest The Brilliant content and wait to hear what we have been up to from this site alone, we apologize. The most three current episodes pertain to the great, recent(ish) anti-civilization essay Desert, which was written as an effort toward an anarchist understanding of climate change and its consequences in terms of opportunities and hazards for anarchy and authority.