National Anarchism

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Dumfries
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Jun 24 2004 14:58
National Anarchism

What a crock of shit!...

National Anarchism

National-Anarchism is based upon the philosophy of a Third Way as a synthesized position in-between the two evils of contemporary society: capitalism and communism. With its philosophical roots in the revolutionary nationalist movement as well as the anarchist tradition of Proudhon and Bakunin, they advance ideas of radical decentralization calling for independent enclaves. National-Anarchists speak for the need for setting up and maintaining organic communities where like-minded and pragmatic people can live according to their own principles and ideals.

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[url]http://www.a narchism.net/anarchisms_nationalanarchism.htm[/url]

nastyned
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Jun 24 2004 17:23

Then why post a link to it?

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Jun 24 2004 17:26
nastyned wrote:
Then why post a link to it?

So people know what hes talking about most likely...

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Jul 19 2004 16:28

Aye, i've been looking around their stuff. Loads of them post on Stormfront.

What a fucked up synthesis of positions! These people are pretty scary.

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Jul 22 2004 15:56

Interestingly of the small number of National Anarchists in the UK (and we are talking meetings in phone boxes here) one, Jamie Debayo/Damji is a well known Searchlight tout.

One of the people who gave the NAs some credibility was none other than the extremely dubious Terry Liddle (ex-husband of Searchlight photographer Daphne Liddle) Two wrong uns, in a such a small circle, begins to look like more than a coincidence.

As the saying goes - its a funny old game!

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Jul 22 2004 17:00

Troy Southgate seems to be a major player.

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Jul 22 2004 19:21

"the small number of National Anarchists in the UK (and we are talking meetings in phone boxes here) "

hmmm, as opposed to what? the unified, organized, militant, mass-based anarchist movement in the UK (er..) ?

or perhaps meetings of a few crusties in old mens' pubs.

do we really need to bother with pedantic, trainspotter-like, refutations and counter-refutations of the facts that Proudhon was active in nationalist circles, hated jews, democracy and womens rights, and in fact stood as a member of the national assembly, or that bakunin required an "invisible dictatorship" subordinate to his will (or summat like that).

or should we realise the utter irrelevance and banality of the conversation and use the pub for its deignated purpose; hedonism.