Month: November 2020

Legal Defense for Logan Glitterbomb

Donate here. Reliable people in the know have assured me that this is a legitimate self-defense case. It should be pointed out that Florida has no mercy on people that use firearms for self-defense. Center for a Stateless Society One of our most prolific writers, Logan Marie Glitterbomb, […]

Operational Anarchism?

I first posted this piece in November of 2020. I am reposting it again, with some additions, in order to provide readers of Attack the System with an overview and explanation of how I approach political commentary, news analysis, theory, and strategy. By Keith Preston My general approach […]

Colorado County Refuses to Enforce Lockdowns as Civil Disobedience Spreads Across America

“Pan-secessionism” seems to be increasingly common in practice. Examples include 2nd Amendment counties, sanctuary cities, autonomous zones, federal drug law nullification, refusal of lockdown orders, etc. As well as other forms of more serious “direct action” like torching enemy military outposts and star chambers, or looting corporate feudal […]

Review: Setting Sights

It’s rather amusing that Carson can’t even write a review of a left-wing pro-gun rights book without turning half the article into a culture war broadside. Although this sounds like a very good book. By Kevin Carson, Center for a Stateless Society Setting Sights: Histories and Reflections on […]

Conservative Cancel Culture

Leftists: “Conservatives have their cancel culture, too!” Palecons: “We know.” Areo It’s been said that when Germany invaded Russia in June 1941, the Soviet military elite had been so hollowed out by Stalin’s purges that the Red Army had trouble mounting an initial counter-offensive. According to a new […]

Postmodernism Debate: Russell v. Rectenwald

As much lambasting as both the Frankfurt School and postmodernism get for supposedly having created “cultural Marxism,” both schools of thought are actually quite interesting. The Frankfurt School’s critique of scientism and the culture industry is essential to understanding modern societies, particularly the fusion of capitalism and totalitarian […]

Portland mayor says homeless camp sweeps are a ‘humane response,’ key to his strategy

Portland, Seattle, Los Angeles, and the Bay Area epitomize nascent totalitarian humanism (“socially liberal, economically feudal”). By Shane Dixon Kavanaugh | The Oregonian/OregonLive City contractors on Tuesday removed the final remnants of a sprawling encampment along the outskirts of Laurelhurst Park, where about 100 people lived for months […]

A History of Fascism, 1914–1945

Given that virtually everything is labeled as “fascism” nowadays (echoing tendencies from the past), self-education on what fascism actually was might be helpful. Stanley Payne’s work on the history of fascism is some of the best there is. The Wikipedia entry on Payne summarizes some of his basic […]

Constraining the Night-watchman State

By Nathan Goodman, Center for a Stateless Many libertarians favor constraining the State to a limited set of powers, typically to the maintenance of police, courts, prisons, and security services designed to protect individual rights. This “protective state” or “Night-watchman” state is seen as the minarchist ideal. However, […]

A Word on “Cultural Marxism”

By Sean Gabb Andrew Percy is a Conservative Member of Parliament and is the “co-chair” of the All-Party Parliamentary Group Against Antisemitism. Writing in The Jewish Chronicle on the 24th November 2020, he said this about the term Cultural Marxism: I wrote to all Conservative MPs some time […]