Anarchism, at least in its modern sense, (and probably in its ancient sense), certainly cannot be trusted as far as the achieving of left-wing political aims and objectives are concerned. After-all, as an ‘individualist’ ideology – it was invented by ‘White’, and middle-class European males who wanted to strip the already opulent (capitalist) bourgeois worlds they inhabited of all the so-called ‘Authority’ structures! According to this hyper-individualistic ideology, a new utopia would be created if all the regulatory structures imposed from outside and upon the individual were suddenly (and ‘magically’) just ‘not there’! Although the ancient Greek notion of ‘anarchy’ simply meant that the opulent, slave-driven and misogynistic society the Greek upper-class men inhabited (including its questionable sexual practices involving young boys) would continue unabated, enhanced by the fact that all outside governmental structures would be dismantled by the fact that all order, regulatory, security and protection (inherent in those structures) would cease to function. The modern, ‘White’ bourgeoisie who reinterpreted this ancient Greek thought experiment believed that they too could also dismantle the capitalist and liberal democratic structures of their time whilst retaining (untouched or unaltered) the political, cultural and social opulence such people enjoyed! In other words, those bourgeoisie already enriched and engorged whilst living within the post-Industrial Revolutionary space – could continue to enjoy this lifestyle attained by exploiting the workers – with this situation be guaranteed by the threatening ‘collectivity’ of the exploited workers being reduced to an impotent ‘individuality’ that no outside government structure could come to the aid of (as all such structures in a utopian ‘Anarchist’ society would be dismantled, dissolved and abolished).
Congolese protesters burn the UN Blue Helmets flag, loot supplies, breakdown barricades – whilst targeting UN military vehicles! Protests broke out in the North Kivu
⚡️ Katyusha thundered at the Ryazan railway station Watch all the way to the end! This “Song of Victory” was performed for the unsuspecting people
‘A secret Narodnik society known as “Narodnaya Volya” (“People’s Will”) began to plot the assassination of the tsar. On March 1, 1881, members of the