via: Infowars Paul Joseph Watson joins Stefan Molyneux to discuss the upcoming United Kingdom EU Referendum.
Craig FitzGerald is a native New Yorker who has been involved in dissident politics since his youth. His analysis is rooted in nationalist, localist and anarchist philosophies and his activism centers around anti-globalization, anti-zionism, and individual and community autonomy and self-sufficiency. He has worked with a varied selection of activist organizations and is an instrumental member of We Are Change NYC. In early 2011, Craig co-founded National Anarchist Tribal Alliance – New York (NATA-NY). He recently moved to the Adirondack Mountains to homestead with fellow NATA-NY members.
Please introduce yourself. My name is Augustus Invictus, and I am a Libertarian candidate for United States Senate in Florida. I am a father, a writer, an occultist, a philosopher, and an attorney. How did you initially become interested in libertarian philosophy? How did you become involved with […]
On Sunday October 11th Derrick Broze spoke at Libertyfest in NYC about the history of the word Libertarian, the history of alliances between radicals on the left and right, a highlight of the work of Karl Hess and Samuel Konkin III, and the need for less ego and […]
Please introduce yourself and describe your organization, Stomp Out Child Abuse(SOCA). I’m Dennis, co-founder of S.O.C.A. (Stomp Out Child Abuse). We are a direct action organization whose purpose is to raise awareness against child abuse & molestation. How did the organization get started? Who are the founders, and […]
This article is included in the recently released National-Anarchism: Theory and Practice, edited by Troy Southgate and available from Black Front Press. By Wayne John Sturgeon Mutualism as Free Market Anti-Capitalism It was the French philosopher Pierre-Joseph Proudhon who first coined the term ‘anarchist’ and produced the economic […]
An interesting take on secession. • People can withdraw their consent to be ruled by corrupt government By Mark Anderson from: American Free Press Looking at recent headlines about citizens in the 50 states wanting to secede from the federal government, it’s tempting to conclude that they should […]
This article is included in the recently released National-Anarchism: Theory and Practice, edited by Troy Southgate and available from Black Front Press. By Craig FitzGerald and Jamie O’Hara The unification of National-Anarchist theory and practice will take as many shapes as there are tribes. The very nature of […]
This interview is included in the recently released National-Anarchism: Ideas and Concepts, edited by Troy Southgate and available from Black Front Press. 1) Please could you introduce yourself, your background, and how you define national anarchism? I am a native New Yorker, agrarian separatist homesteader, and spokesman for […]
From: Open Revolt By Dan Canuckistan I agree that the state vs. anti state debate can become as Manichean as the traditional left right paradigm. I also recognize the limitations “anti statists” and “statists” alike face due to a failure to “acknowledge the nuanced blend of possible and […]
From: American Free Press By Victor Thorn With dissent higher in this country than it has been in decades, a number of secessionist groups are asking the question: Would certain states or territories be better off if they seceded from the union? On August 16 AMERICAN FREE PRESS […]
From:Reason.com By Brian Doherty Sep. 19, 2012 The folks at the great site libertarianism.org are celebrating Roy Childs Week this week, noting their publication of Anarchism and Justice, an ebook collecting some of the more interesting essays by the late libertarian popularizer and editor.
From: American Free Press September 18, 2012 By Pete Papaherakles Top officials representing 120 governments—the majority of the world—showed up in Tehran on August 26 to attend the week-long “Non-Aligned Movement” (NAM) summit, where they unanimously voted to support Iran’s nuclear energy program and condemn the American-led attempt […]
By Craig FitzGerald and Jamie O’Hara
This essay is included in the recently released National-Anarchism: Ideas and Concepts, edited by Troy Southgate and available from Black Front Press.
Anarchism today is primarily theoretical in nature, and an unfortunate amount of anarchist interaction consists of
From: opednews.com By Katherine Acosta Democratic activist Don Smith recently published a column in Op-Ed News entitled, “Why are so many Occupiers attracted to anarchism?” Don’t they appreciate the wonders government has wrought, such as the internet, Social Security, and seatbelts in cars? he asked. Don’t they value […]