Thursday, 28 May 2009

I feel it's about time

I haven't written in a while which mainly is due to me being busy with other worldly things. like working, eating, getting from point A to point B, sleeping, engaging in the odd social encounters, spending time with my beautiful wife to be, and as always, reading and educating myself.

I have lately had many blog-thoughts and I have so many things I want to share with you, but it has created an overload in the system, so I don't know what to write about first... so I thought a "subject-less" blog-entry without any "prep" or forethought is the only way to go.

Well it isn't the only way to go, but it is the rout I just now have decided to go down (up, along, sideways - well, we'll see what direction it takes).

So I changed the URL for my blog, to instead of the old and in many peoples minds Anti and Agressive libertarian anarchist. I did/do kind of agree with you and just the name itself most likely detered many people from reading it in the first place.

it wasn't my first choice, but all the good names were taken, or so I thought until I found the new one. but let me explain the reason for my previous name: libertariananarchist

lets break it up: libertarian
1. One who advocates maximizing individual rights and minimizing the role of the state.
2. One who believes in free will.

a person who believes in freedom of thought and action
believing in freedom of thought and action

I can justly say that I am, and believe strongly in all of the above:
- we are all free people with free will - if we exercise said will - sadly majority of people let the box (TV), corporate media and peer groups be our will.

next word then: anarchist
An advocate of or a participant in anarchism.

1. a person who advocates anarchism- to a certain degree, yes I do.
2. a person who causes disorder or upheaval - don't we all at times? or if not, we should all do so at times, if not just to keep ourselves and the "powers to be" on our/their toes.

to clarify: anarchism

1. The theory or doctrine that all forms of government are oppressive and undesirable and should be abolished. - governments are there to govern, a free person does not need to be governed, that is all I have to say about it.
2. Active resistance and terrorism against the state, as used by some anarchists. - this is not what I mean and I do not condone it, however, if said "state" is using terror towards its citizens it might be the only solution, but I would prefer to call it revolution!
3. Rejection of all forms of coercive control and authority - is your parents authority then don't, but if the authority is, say, a policeman trying to stop you going to a peacful protest, then yes!

a doctrine advocating the abolition of government and its replacement by a social system based on voluntary cooperation - now doesn't that sound nice!

or, anarchism:
1. a political theory advocating the elimination of governments and governmental restraint and the substitution of voluntary cooperation among individuals. - See this is what I mean it is for cooperation and against restraints. this is the tree I am barking up, and who is the cat sitting in the tree you ask.
2. the methods and practices of anarchists - what ever that is? all I know is that media is painting it out to be a truly bad and violent, hence I decided I have to change the name as majority of people think of negative things when they hear the word anarchist.

so the new name then?

What is the road - well come with me on my blog journey and I shall show you!

- the road is happiness but the landscape you see from this road is not always a happy and a pretty one, but if you stay on the road, you will not let the landscape bring you down, just empower you...

1 comment:

  1. Nicley said. And how I like Mr Young in the end. In about two weeks I will see him live here in stockholm. I bet hi has some intressting things to say as well.