Anarchy Means Chaos — In Figments of the Blind

The entire argument that chaos will erupt from a lack or absence of authority rests on blind faith. No one yet has conducted intelligent, controlled, well-performed studies to find out what happens when people manage their affairs under non-authoritarian conditions — so what actual, non-speculative, reliable data does the argument rest on? None. Further, people… Continue reading Anarchy Means Chaos — In Figments of the Blind

Authority as Excuse for Violence and Domination: The Insanity of Authority

Note: This is a rough excerpt from one of the chapters of my upcoming book. Authority is used to excuse power exercised for no good reason or for bad reasons, which is worlds apart from authority implied by knowing what should be done and the competence to achieve it. Yet we call both by the… Continue reading Authority as Excuse for Violence and Domination: The Insanity of Authority

You Matter

You matter. You already know this, but it’s been beaten down, trampled, and shat on. Even after all that, down in the secret, locked place of your soul where only you can go, you still know it. That knowledge isn’t damaged — it’s just buried under filth, and it suffers constant attack from the outside,… Continue reading You Matter

Musing On Rights

(Excerpted from my post Musing On Rights at Millard’s Blog) I don’t regard rights. By that I in no way mean that intend to or in fact violate rights, but rather that I think talking about human affairs in terms of rights is an inferior way to deal with human relations. First, rights presume that… Continue reading Musing On Rights