Anarchism and Nihilism


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Premise: Creeple are especially confused with what to do with anarchists and nihilists in their ideological scales (and not just creeple – on Mar.17.15 Rush referred to “extreme right anarchists”). When anarchists and nihilists burn cars and loot stores at G-8 meetings, they like to label them as far-right neonazis, skinheads and fascist types (except that they especially like to do their violence protesting Republican National Conventions – oops). And then when anarchists are deep thinkers like anarcho-syndicalist Noam Chomsky, creeple like to think of them as one of their own on the “intellectual left” (except Chomsky was also a well-known supporter of occasionally violent movements like Occupy Wall Street and the anti-Iraq War protests – oops again).

Question: How can anarchists and nihilists who embrace chaos, but who do not support the freedom of individual liberty within a civil society with minimal laws strictly enforced, be positioned on the far right of the ideological scale with minimalists who do support the freedom of individual liberty within a civil society with minimal laws strictly enforced?

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The Paranoid Quiz Ideology Scale – A Measure of Freedom
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Anarchism / Nihilism <== Less Freedom
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Minimalism
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Creepleism
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Sheepleism
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Conundrum: Just because minimalists along with anarchists and nihilists do not support a monolithic centralized government does not mean that their ideologies are similar. In fact, their ideologies and proposed solutions are worlds apart.

[The scoff reflex helps sheeple and creeple sort out ideological incongruities like these – by ignoring that they exist.]

Explanation: Nihilism is often an emotional response of civil disorder (chaos) displayed as riots where one destroys one’s own neighborhood. Examples of this include the L.A.-Rodney King riots, the Ferguson, Missouri riots, and the Baltimore riots. In transitional societies it has often been utilized by desirous authoritarians, who entice and welcome nihilism as an opportune tool to position themselves as saviors of an out-of-control society. Other descriptive words associated with nihilism are oppression, insurrection, lawlessness, disorder, turmoil, discord, disarray and pandemonium. It is not really an ideology, but more of a psychopathology, always transformational, often leading to authoritative crackdowns or even war. Nihilists are often love/haters. They tell themselves they love something, and they hate with a passion whatever they see as opposition to what they imagine they love. In America this is often a natural extension of creepleism with their pseudo-love/hate for America and its traditions. Terrorism is a branch of nihilism in that it embraces total ruination and chaos, and can include self-destruction, whether personal, or of one’s surrounding neighborhood or country (think Timothy McVeigh, Anders Breivik). But it may also be separate from nihilism when used as a calculated strategy of insurgency. Then, it is simply war.

Anarchism also comes in many flavors. We’ll touch on four types of anarchism that are pertinent here. One, like nihilism, is also a transitional phase of psychopathology in a period between governing authorities as when a country is embroiled in war and citizens are in turmoil with little organization, or it may be an unorganized opposition making a statement, like car burnings in Paris, or it could also be semi-organized mayhem with little coherence of the actual problems supposedly being protested, as with the Occupy Wall Street protests, but unlike nihilism or terrorism it is not deliberately self-destroying. At Left Forum 2012, a mingling of various leftwing groups, Michael Moore said, “Thank God for the anarchists”, referring to the Occupy Wall Street protestors, to the cheers of those in attendance.

The second anarchism is a type of ideology usually embracing the realm of conspiracy theorists and often complete rejection of the establishment, including laws and institutions, and often religions. Contemporary anarchists are usually frustrated creeple and sheeple who have concluded that civilized reform has failed and so they resort to a counterculture lifestyle that often results in political violence (chaos). To find these kinds of anarchists check out any G8 meeting or Republican National Convention, or the Ferguson, Missouri and Baltimore riots – they’ll be the ones from out of town throwing stones and Molotov cocktails at the police and looting stores and businesses. These types of anarchists are often, but not always, associated with collectives and communal living of sorts, activist groups, and libertinism.

Our third type of anarchism is utopian where government is supposed to become unnecessary and society is supposed to be a worker’s democratic paradise where everybody works for the good of society with no freedom from the collective will. Noam Chomsky is an anarcho-syndicalist who believes in this type of creepleism.

The fourth kind of anarchism is not an ideology, but a deliberate political strategy of calculated tyranny to produce political chaos, often imposed through the application of intimidation and crisis peddling for the purpose of enforcing desired political and societal goals. Authoritarians repeatedly employ anarchy, or more specifically chaos, as a political strategy. This is done through hyping some societal fear or crisis and using intimidation to silence critics. The political chaos strategy and crisis engineering are based on the use of tyrannical intimidation and crisis fear tactics to override laws, civil rights and individual liberties. Essentially, to overcome voter resistance, chaos through crisis engineering is used as a strategy directed at emotional hot button responses to prevent any critical analysis and facts from producing doubts in their proposed expansion or maintenance of their control. The Wisconsin union protests of 2011 were an example of crisis engineering to divert public attention from their adverse effect on the state budget and economy with the result of almost eight million dollars worth of damage to the capitol building. Global warming is another example where opposition is characterized as of evil motivation, and not based on reasoned debate. The Obama administration’s encouraged invasion of criminal aliens into the country without regard for law is another.

Conclusion: Neither nihilism nor anarchy lead to more freedom, but either to chaos and eventual all-out authoritarianism, or the utopian authoritarianism of collectivism where two wolves and a sheep vote on what to have for dinner. When examined it is readily apparent that all flavors of nihilism and anarchism are far left ideologies which oppose the individual liberty of a civil society, which is the ideology of minimalism on the far right of the scale.


[This page is from The Paranoid Quiz website. To understand the context take the quiz.]
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