At a point in life, you must ignore everyone else you can't help but pay attention to.
Stop trying to be like those you ignore. Never care about pleasing them. In fact, piss them off to your best ability.
Seek counsel and communion with that handful you adore.
Stop noticing that so many see your different ideas as alien, weird—or whatever else is out of their box, comfort zone, catechism, or whatever...that's none of your business.
What you think of me is none of my business; the corollary—in exchange—is that what I think of you is none of yours.
Just go with your very own ideas and ideals, not giving a runny shit or wasted fuck about anyone else's "concerns." Fuck 'em, and...
Laf about it when it suits you.
...I'm an an anarchist and I never mince words.
Over 20 years, and going fine enough to suit me. I hope to die with a hardon and raised middle finger.
Fundamentally, all laws—even laws against murder, kidnap, rape, fraud, theft and various other bread and butter—are an imposition to largely wonderful and good people.
Who are wonderful and good people going to rape and murder first, given a law vacuum?
Laws make all bad things more sure to happen; and often enough, by those authorities you trust to keep you safe, sound, and on the leave-alone side of the don't-ever-fuck-with-me equation.
The power of socially sanctioned, comforting force against the various marginalized—from dirty immigrant to white collar CEO and all in between—is only that; the rest is banal, like evil and shit.
The banality of evil exists as bromide because people allow so very much evil to take place, so long as they comfortingly feel assured of being safe.
But don't worry about white collars anyway. The lighter your skin and the more suburban you are, the safer you are. There's that.
Yea: there's that. So take hubris. Get out the vote.
I see no reason for any default ruler over anyone...in any circumstance.
Just deal with adverse circumstance as you will, as circumstances arise.
Lots of things are dealt with in in competent finality when wonderful and good people have a hand in it.
Kill, when necessary; but do it yourself, if you have the stomach for it.
Don't ever do it by vote or proxy, which wastes souls and worse, all accountability. Always kill by your own hand, or in a small enough group so there's enough blood for all hands; no wonderful and good person ever forgets the gravity of the act even if they'd want to, but they won't.
Kill everyone you really want dead. But do it yourself. Never allow yourself to kill like humans like to do, by vote and proxy. You must do it yourself, because that's really that only way to keep it in check.
Or, let them live.
More cops on the street, qua political bromide, is euphemism for: vote for me and I'll show you dark skins with bashed in heads.
Remember that the subject is anarchy.
It's not this:
Thing is, they eventually become free as birds...
Over 20 years I've endeavored to convey human independence in my own way. But see paragraph 1.
So, 9-part series: Anarchy Begins at Home: The Blog Series Part 1 – The Quality of Paleo Knowledge. The links to the the subsequent 8 are there.
Here's an 18-minute presentation, of which I'm most happy with as it stands, and in the context of AHS12 at Harvard: