Anarchism

AZL flag holder TransparentCurrently Anarchism is held to be a political philosophy that advocates opposing authority or hierarchical organization, including, but not limited to, the state system. It holds the state to be undesirable, unnecessary, or harmful. Yet the term ‘anarchy’ was clearly initiated by the likes of Pierre-Joseph Proudhon and Mikhail Bakunin and equated with European socialist movements of the 1800’s. Bakunin is considered among the most influential figures of anarchism, and one of the principal founders of the “social anarchist” tradition. However, while Proudhon is regarded as a forerunner of anarchism anarcho-communist Albert Meltzer has said that though Proudhon used the term “anarchist”, he was not one, and that he never engaged in “anarchist activity or struggle” but rather in “parliamentary activity” indicating that present trends are heavily influenced by Jewish Marxism. Indeed contemporary anarchist economics and anarchist legal philosophy reflect Communism and does not offer a fixed body of doctrine from a single particular world view, instead is in constant flux like the continual revolution of MarxSimilarly the Jewish terrorist movement ‘The People’s Will’ began in Russia in the 1860s rejected all authority but called themselves Nihilists. Vladimir Lenin‘s elder brother, Alexander Ulyanov was a member. Following the assassination of The 1881 assassination of Tsar Alexander IITsar Alexander II in 1881 by the Jew Vera Figner and attempt to assassinate Tsar Alexander III these ‘Nihilists’ were known throughout Europe as proponents of violence as a means to enact Jewish interests indicating that they did in fact have loyalties aligning themselves with anarchist tendencies. A direct parallel is revisionist Zionism mobilising as Irgun to initiate the occupation of Palestine.
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