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SirEinzige
Bellamay and the ancap right libertarians

BF is actually doing what anarchists like Bob Black and others like him were doing in the 80s. The traditional relationships of more honest anarchists and the greater left have dried up so people like him are going to other discursive avenues. Ancaps, for all their flaws, do have a sincere openness to niche ideas so long as they play to broad questions of liberty. You'll never get a drunk humanist leftist or an anarchist of that ilk to be open to green anarchist ideas.

We are entering a new age of anarchy so I expect to see more of this kind of thing. BF(like me) is also not afraid of going after the dogmatism of intsec legacy leftism. I disagree with him of certain things and find myself more in agreement with his old co-hosting partner Rydra who has retained that nihilexistentialist egoist anarchy but I find BF refreshing and necessary for a new era of anarchist/anarch thinking.

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