1 year ago
The problem is capitalism

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1 year ago

Every two thousand years, the Earth sheds new wine - a stream of revelations and insights that fills people’s lives meaning, awakening in them the confidence that dream, leading humanity to the next stage of its evolution.

Every two thousand years, we need new wineskins - crystallized from a stream of meaning the principles of life and development. Commandment, that you can stick to. Testament.

Since two thousand years ago, the New Testament was created, replacing the principle of retribution and punishments of the Old Testament commandments of love and forgiveness. Have we fully implement this covenant in our lives? Probably not, but here everyone has to decide for himself.

Ends in the twentieth century. In celestial winery matures next harvest. Trickle young wine overflowing, fall to the ground and we can feel its magical taste.

We are with you amazing luck. In a sense, Network Marketing is one of the new wine tasting rooms, one of the areas of human activity in which new principles are seen most clearly embodied and particularly fast.

It’s time to make new bottles, for “not pour new wine into old wineskins.” Two thousand years in old bottles poobtersya one of the corners and it is unlikely it will withstand the pressure of new wine.

What am I? That’s what - “you can not serve two masters - God and money.” And here’s what - “easier for a camel to go through the eye of a needle than a rich man to enter the kingdom of heaven.” These two phrases of the New Testament for many years created in the minds of the opposition between the spiritual and material wealth. As a result, the vast majority of people can not be reached the wealth of material or spiritual.

The world is one. Extremes do not work. Man has tried to pretend to be a slave and servant of Life - does not work. Also, people have tried to role the crown of creation, the Lord of life - the consequences are even more dire.

What’s left? Equality. Do not need anything and anyone to serve. Do not need anything or anyone to obey. Equal and free creation of independent and free people - here we come to one of the fundamental principles of network marketing.

And the money? Here, too, is very simple. Many people come to Network Marketing because of money. But no one stays in Network Marketing just for the money. No one. Remain to help others. Remain to learn to lead. Remain to create. Remain to be free. Money, though important - just not the point.

Well, what about the camel? Probably, relax and then it may be that no eye of the needle to get through, and enter the door. The door is always open for all, rich and poor, the white and red, for the strong and the weak.

So let’s just work and play without sharing the work and play. To learn from the leaders and help newcomers without losing sense of equality. Sew new skins with new wine and enjoy, do not forget about gratitude.

Written by my father, originally in Russian

(Source: translate.googleusercontent.com)

2 years ago
I wonder if they’ve considered how easy it was for the TEA Party movement to be co-opted by mainstream corporate and political discourse, to be swallowed whole by binarist rhetoric, to be consumed with white power? Cite Arrow Dagseoul

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In this society, if something isn’t for sale, it might as well not exist - and it’s almost impossible to think of anything to do with something of value besides market it. Cite Arrow Crimethinc (via structfuct)
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2 years ago
The state claims and exercises the monopoly of crime. It forbids private murder, but itself organizes on a colossal scale. It punishes private theft, but itself lays unscrupulous hands on anything it wants, whether the property be of citizen or alien. Cite Arrow Albert Jay Nock (via haereticum)
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2 years ago
I don’t know much about it, but i think anarchism is too innocent and kind of a childish leftism :l


(if you can call that ”leftism”). it can’t work :l

 Yeah because we know everything about everything and our current form of government is doing a bang-up job.


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2 years ago

The anarchist critique of morality also dates from Stirner’s master work, The Ego and Its Own (1844). Morality is a system of reified values — abstract values which are taken out of any context, set in stone, and converted into unquestionable beliefs to be applied regardless of a person’s actual desires, thoughts or goals, and regardless of the situation in which a person finds him- or herself. Moralism is the practice of not only reducing living values to reified morals, but of considering oneself better than others because one has subjected oneself to morality (self-righteousness), and of proselytizing for the adoption of morality as a tool of social change.

Often, when people’s eyes are opened by scandals or disillusionment and they start to dig down under the surface of the ideologies and received ideas they have taken for granted all their lives, the apparent coherence and power of the new answer they find (whether in religion, leftism or even anarchism) can lead them to believe that they have now found the Truth (with a capital ‘T’). Once this begins to happen people too often turn onto the road of moralism, with its attendant problems of elitism and ideology. Once people succumb to the illusion that they have found the one Truth that would fix everything — if only enough other people also understood, the temptation is then to view this one Truth as the solution to the implied Problem around which everything must be theorized, which leads them to build an absolute value system in defense of their magic Solution to the Problem this Truth points them to. At this point moralism takes over the place of critical thinking.

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Jason Mcquinn Post-Left Anarchy: Leaving The Left Behind

Where have you been all my life Jason Mcquinn?

While I don’t reject the term morality, it is important to distinquish between top down alienated morality, and bottom up morality.

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2 years ago
Sometimes it is said that man cannot be trusted with the government of himself. Can he, then, be trusted with the government of others? Cite Arrow Thomas Jefferson (via haereticum)
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An Anarchist


  • a person who seeks to overturn by violence all constituted forms and institutions of society and government, with no purpose of establishing any other system of order in the place of that destroyed.
  • a person who promotes disorder or excites revolt against any established rule, law, or custom.


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The harm done by ordinary criminals, murderers, gangsters, and thieves is negligible in comparison with the agony inflicted upon human beings by the professional do-gooders, who attempt to set themselves up as gods on earth and who would ruthlessly force their views on all others – with the abiding assurance that the end justifies the means. Cite Arrow Henry Grady Weaver (via haereticum)
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I have a similar beef with the word “God.” If God is everything and everywhere, then what purpose does the word serve? If it explains everything, it explains nothing. Cite Arrow Greg Graffin (Anarchy Evolution)
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