Anarcho Communist Deceptions

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Anarcho Communist Deceptions

Post by WhiteWarlock » Thu Jul 26, 2018 10:38 pm


On September 6, 1901, Leon Czolgosz, an unemployed factory worker and registered Republican with a history of mental illness, shot US President William McKinley for Emma "Goldman" twice during a public speaking event in Buffalo, New York

President McKinley began his attack against the Central Bankers with his ally and Secretary of State John Sherman (1823-1900) whose connection his older brother and Civil War here General William Tecumseh Sherman (1820-1891). The legal tool used by President McKinley and Sherman against the European bankers was the law known as the “Sherman Antitrust Act” which was first brought to bear against the Rothschild supported and funded JP Morgan financial empire known as the Northern Trust who by the late 1800′s owned nearly all of America’s railroads.

President William McKinley was known as a “hard money” man. This was because he advocated a gold standard. Unlike his opponent, William Jennings Bryan, McKinley was against “easy money” with no backing — printed by Jewish lenders at interest to the borrower - namely the US government. This was the essence of McKinley’s 1896 & 1900 successful campaign against William Jennings Bryan who advocated for “free and unlimited coinage of silver.”

BUT BY McKINLEY FIGHTING AGAINST “easy money,” (Kabal-coined & printed-at-interest money) McKinley sealed his death warrant. A death warrant signed, sealed, and delivered by the powerful House Of Rothschild, criminals in bankers’ suits.

This is the history of the Anarcho Communist Deception.

"Goldman" hmmm where have we heard that name before???

The Ancient concept of Anarchism has been hijacked by "the usual suspects"

You are being made fools & tools of "The Kabal" aka "The System"

The usage of the words anarchia and anarchos, both meaning "without ruler", can be traced back to Homer's Iliad and Herodotus's Histories. The first known political usage of the word anarchy appears in the play Seven Against Thebes by Aeschylus, dated at 467 BC. There, Antigone openly refuses to abide by the rulers' decree to leave her brother Polyneices' body unburied as punishment for his participation in the attack on Thebes, saying that "even if no one else is willing to share in burying him I will bury him alone and risk the peril of burying my own brother. Nor am I ashamed to act in defiant opposition to the rulers of the city (Ἒχουσα ἄπιστων τήν ἀναρχίαν πόλει; Ekhousa apistõn tēn anarkhian polei)".
Diogenes of Sinope advocated anarchistic forms of society

Ancient Greece also saw the first Western instance of anarchism as a philosophical ideal. The Cynics Diogenes of Sinope and Crates of Thebes are both supposed to have advocated anarchistic forms of society, although little remains of their writings. Zeno of Citium, the founder of Stoicism, who was much influenced by the Cynics, described his vision of a utopian society around 300 BC. Zeno's Republic advocates a form of anarchism in which there are no need for state structures. According to the 20th century anarchist Peter Kropotkin, Zeno was "[t]he best exponent of Anarchist philosophy in ancient Greece". As summarized by Kropotkin, Zeno "repudiated the omnipotence of the state, its intervention and regimentation, and proclaimed the sovereignty of the moral law of the individual". Within Greek philosophy, Zeno's vision of a free community without government is opposed to the state-utopia of Plato's Republic. Zeno argued that although the necessary instinct of self-preservation leads humans to egotism, nature has supplied a corrective to it by providing man with another instinct, namely sociability. He believed that if people follow their instincts, they will have no need of law courts or police, no temples and no public worship and use no money (barter taking the place of the exchanges). However, Zeno's beliefs have only reached us as fragmentary quotations.

In Athens, the year 404 BC was commonly referred to as "the year of anarchy". According to the historian Xenophon, this happened even though Athens was at the time in fact under the rule of the oligarchy of "The Thirty", installed by the Spartans following their victory in the second Peloponnesian war and despite the fact that there was literally an Archon in place nominated by the oligarchs in the person of Pythodoros of Tralles. However, the Athenians refused to apply here their custom of calling the year by that archon's name since he was elected during the oligarchy and "preferred to speak of it as the 'year of anarchy'".

The Greek philosophers Plato and Aristotle used the term anarchy negatively in association with democracy which they mistrusted as inherently vulnerable and prone to deteriorate into tyranny. Plato believed that the political corruption created by democracy loosens the "natural" hierarchy between social classes, genders and age groups, to the extent that "anarchy finds a way into the private houses, and ends by getting among the animals and infecting them" (Republic, book eight). Aristotle spoke of it in book six of Politics when discussing revolutions, saying that the upper classes may be motivated to stage a coup d'état by their contempt for the prevailing "disorder and anarchy (ἀταξίας καὶ ἀναρχίας; ataxias kai anarkhias) in the affairs of the state. He also connected anarchy with democracy when he saw "democratic" features in tyrannies, namely "license among slaves (ἀναρχία δούλων; anarkhia doulōn)" as well as among women and children. "A constitution of this sort", he concludes, "will have a large number of supporters, as disorderly living (ζῆν ἀτάκτως; zēn ataktōs) is pleasanter to the masses than sober living". It has also been argued that the Mu’tazilite and Najdite Muslims of 9th-century Basra were anarchists.

Kropotkin died of pneumonia on February 8, 1921, in the city of Dmitrov, and was buried at the Novodevichy Cemetery in Moscow. Thousands of people marched in his funeral procession with Vladimir Lenin's approval. The occasion, the last public demonstration of anarchists in Soviet Russia, saw engaged speeches by Emma Goldman and Aron Baron.

AnarchoCommunism is an intentional oxymoron for exploiting morons.

Subverted by Bolshevism/Zionism

"Cousin Karl" Marx

you have been scammed

You are not "Anarchists"
Sovereign Citizens that oppose despotic tyrannical corrupted big government are more real Anarchists.
The same type of people you call "Racist Nazis".

Isn't that ironic?

Anarchy is the antithesis of BIG GOVERNMENT & especially The Kabal "Globalism" Central Banking/Military Police State OS
Antifa are obnoxious hypocritical programmed tools fake "anarchists" of the Global Kabal System...
AKA "Useful Idiots"

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Re: Anarcho Communist Deceptions

Post by killing raven sun » Fri Sep 07, 2018 2:58 pm

WhiteWarlock wrote:
Thu Jul 26, 2018 10:38 pm
The Greek philosophers Plato and Aristotle used the term anarchy negatively in association with democracy which they mistrusted as inherently vulnerable and prone to deteriorate into tyranny.
but the nike balaclava wearing goon squads have failed, the christian warriors stayed home to throw beer cans at kaepernick on their teevee, antifa was run over by mass transit, and without the strife of class war the people start to catch on...

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