About

Welcome to Anarchist Review!

I am a writer, thinker, and worker who is dedicated to the free distribution of information. I am dedicated to bringing the truth to the average man and to voice the opinions of the everyday worker. I believe that it is the people – not the government or the corporations – who aught to hold the power.

It is my goal to voice the opinions of the oppressed that would otherwise go unheard. If you are part of the 80% of Americans who are forced to work for wage slavery and contribute to a system you don’t approve of; if you are one of those who believes that you are being exploited and are sick of carrying the image of the corrupt government and corporate scum, this is for you.

On this blog I will propose my ideas for how to change society. I do not claim to have all of the answers, because that would defeat the purpose of anarchism.

Anarchism is not a life of chaos nor a beautiful utopia. It is simply a perfectly equal society that is perpetuated by constant social change, flexible leadership, and collective effort through social cooperation.

I am always open to comments and suggestions. Please, question my propositions. An open discussion is the only way to change the system fairly.

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One Response “About” →
  1. carry on comrade (just trying to sound commie). even i am involved in a herculean task of creating a research base for Anarchism in India (where sadly none exists). have been working hard. let me know how my site looks to you and please offer some suggesting. came to your wordpress from tumblr.

    in peace.

    http://www.anarchyindia.wordpress.com

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