Why I am an atheist

This post was originally a static page on both my blogs and has been archived so that the content may be preserved. Since it was written, my views as described within may have evolved somewhat. I see no logical or rational reason to believe in any kind of creator deity. Not only is there no … Continue reading

Resistance and violence

This post was originally a static page on both my blogs and has been archived so that the content may be preserved. Since it was written, my views as described within may have evolved somewhat. There has long been a broad debate within resistance movements over the use of violence. The best example of such … Continue reading

Thoughts on freedom of speech

This post was originally a static page on both my blogs and has been archived so that the content may be preserved. Since it was written, my views as described within may have evolved somewhat. There are two arguments in favour of absolute freedom of speech: the principled argument, and the pragmatic one. The principled … Continue reading

What is crime?

    This post was originally a static page on both my blogs and has been archived so that the content may be preserved. Since it was written, my views as described within may have evolved somewhat. Emma Goldman once said that a society gets the crime that it deserves. It is not surprising, therefore, that … Continue reading

On race and nationality

This post was originally a static page on both my blogs and has been archived so that the content may be preserved. Since it was written, my views as described within may have evolved somewhat. As a radical left-libertarian movement, anarchism is intrinsically anti-racist. Opposing hierarchy and oppression, we of course oppose the most overt … Continue reading

Property is theft?

This post was originally a static page on both my blogs and has been archived so that the content may be preserved. Since it was written, my views as described within may have evolved somewhat. Perhaps the most basic, and paradoxically the most contentious, tenet of anarchism is its opposition to private property. In 1840, Pierre-Joseph … Continue reading

What I believe in

This post was originally a static page on both my blogs and has been archived so that the content may be preserved. Since it was written, my views as described within may have evolved somewhat. As stated elsewhere on this site, I am an anarchist. The whole purpose of this blog is to expand upon … Continue reading