For the Kaos!

Anarchism, the dead and broken horse, incapable of recognizing its own post-life beatings, still rides along, somehow. While I’ve no issue with Anarchy, ‘Anarchism’, as an overly-principled, theoretical, armchair philosophy, is riddled with so many things that’ve no anarchic qualities about them. One of these things, or subjects, is the heavily dichotomized Order vs Chaos […]

Martial Arts, Violence, and the Anticiv

Within the Anticiv milieu, you often hear of violence, or more broadly, force. Whether it’s the machine’s violence against the wild or the subjugation of the individual. The violent methods of the police or insurrectionary counters. From acts of sabotage to animal/earth liberation. Confrontation and resistance are not unknown amongst those who oppose civilization and […]

Idealizing Collapse

One thing I’ve noticed in the recent months from those within the anticiv milieu is the all-too-often obsession with idealizing scenarios in which civilization undergoes collapse in some way or another. Yet, not just merely collapse. A collapse that somehow works in favor of the idealizer. One in which they come out unscathed; oftentimes with […]

Book Review: Pagan Anarchism

Book Review: Pagan Anarchism by Christopher Scott Thompson Pagan Anarchism is a book that shines a light on the commonalities between Anarchism and Paganism by drawing from myth, history, and personal experience of the author. This book serves as a solid introductory for those who may have an interest in paganism/polytheism as well as classical […]