Anarchy

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Full Definition of ANARCHY

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a : absence of government b : a state of lawlessness or political disorder due to the absence of governmental authority c : a utopian society of individuals who enjoy complete freedom without government
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a : absence or denial of any authority or established order b : absence of order : disorder <not manicured plots but a wild anarchy of nature — Israel Shenker>

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answered Aug 18, 2016 by Anonymous (2,291,900 points)
This is funny because it is true.
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answered Aug 18, 2016 by Anonymous (2,291,900 points)
People are killing each other in Baltimore right now. What do you recommend?
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answered Aug 18, 2016 by Anonymous (2,291,900 points)
You need to understand the differences between dictionary definition and terms of art. I agree that we need to have a common understanding and definition of a term before we use it, that is why philosophers wax on about defining terms so that they are clear before they go on to define arguments. For example take the term "proof". When we use it colloquially we often use it interchangeably with the word "evidence". However, in a legal context in a courtroom it becomes a term of art and in a math lab the same word takes on a different term of art. It is wise to define your terms so that your message is received clearly, but hampering people to the Webster's dictionary isn't always fruitful, although it is a good starting point.
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answered Aug 18, 2016 by Anonymous (2,291,900 points)
Do not confuse Anarchy with Chaos.

Chaos;
Full Definition of CHAOS
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obsolete : chasm, abyss
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a often capitalized : a state of things in which chance is supreme; especially : the confused unorganized state of primordial matter before the creation of distinct forms — compare cosmos
b : the inherent unpredictability in the behavior of a complex natural system (as the atmosphere, boiling water, or the beating heart)
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a : a state of utter confusion
b : a confused mass or mixture
— cha·ot·ic
\kā-ˈä-tik\ adjective
— cha·ot·i·cal·ly
\-ti-k(ə-)lē\ adverb

Anarchy is really just self imposed order.
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answered Aug 18, 2016 by Anonymous (2,291,900 points)
What you have to have, is people that know that their survival depends on cooperation.

Nothing more.

Don't like the definitions I can't help it. That's the problem with most people they won't look up their words and find out what they are actually saying.

You can not control what someone else wants to believe, so you can't control them or their actions. All you can do is kill them, or let them go they own way.

As for our Constitution, that's another thing most people don't understand.

A couple of what should be very simple questions for you:

Who was the last Constitutionally elected President?

What is the only branch of the armed forces specifically authorized by the Constitution?

Why is it authorized?

Virtually every law we have is Unconstitutional, and so is our Supreme Court, since the were not nominated by a President that was Constitutionally elected.

The one law we need is "Don't Steal". You don't steal what someone else has worked for, and you don't steal their life.

Our Government asks the youth of this Nation to do it's killing for them, they don't even have the guts to do it themselves, I know I did 22 year in Uniform, and have been a Contractor for another 23 years.

I have seen first hand what the Government does. They signed a Contract with me when I enlisted and it's not wo...

What you have to have, is people that know that their survival depends on cooperation.

Nothing more.

Don't like the definitions I can't help it. That's the problem with most people they won't look up their words and find out what they are actually saying.

You can not control what someone else wants to believe, so you can't control them or their actions. All you can do is kill them, or let them go they own way.

As for our Constitution, that's another thing most people don't understand.

A couple of what should be very simple questions for you:

Who was the last Constitutionally elected President?

What is the only branch of the armed forces specifically authorized by the Constitution?

Why is it authorized?

Virtually every law we have is Unconstitutional, and so is our Supreme Court, since the were not nominated by a President that was Constitutionally elected.

The one law we need is "Don't Steal". You don't steal what someone else has worked for, and you don't steal their life.

Our Government asks the youth of this Nation to do it's killing for them, they don't even have the guts to do it themselves, I know I did 22 year in Uniform, and have been a Contractor for another 23 years.

I have seen first hand what the Government does. They signed a Contract with me when I enlisted and it's not worth the paper it's written on, since it has a clause that says they can change it any time they want for any reason.

There is you Government, a bunch of fool that think they know what's best for you and the rest of the world, when all they are really doing is lining their own pockets, with your hard work.
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answered Aug 18, 2016 by Anonymous (2,291,900 points)
For Anarchy or our Republic to work, you must have a moral civil society. Too bad, humans are not angels, including those “rich” ruling-class tyrannical oligarchs in DC who no longer follow the US Constitution (“complete freedom” with a very small government).

John Adams, one of the Founding Fathers of the United States, gave us a warning:

“Our Constitution was made only for a moral and religious people. It is wholly inadequate to the government of any other.”
http://www.john-adams-heritag...

We should embrace morality at the individual level, and perhaps, one day will once again understand our founding:
https://www.youtube.com/watch...
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answered Aug 18, 2016 by Anonymous (2,291,900 points)
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answered Aug 18, 2016 by Anonymous (2,291,900 points)
I'd tell them to get the hell out of there, or to arm themselves.
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answered Aug 18, 2016 by Anonymous (2,291,900 points)
Hm-m-m-m. Well, it's not as if they can't leave.

What would you tell the faculty, administration, staff, and especially students at The Johns Hopkins University? If I remember correctly (from my brief visit to The Hopkins in 1983), that whole campus is right in the middle of that war zone.
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answered Aug 18, 2016 by Anonymous (2,291,900 points)
Let them.

Get out of the way and let them figure out that burning your own house down, means that you will have no roof over your head.

Quit putting the lives of thee police in jeopardy for people that don't want them.
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answered Aug 18, 2016 by Anonymous (2,291,900 points)
It can, but it is also the only form of Government that can deliver what is promised, which is absolutely nothing.
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answered Aug 18, 2016 by Anonymous (2,291,900 points)
There is no such thing as true anarchy.
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answered Aug 18, 2016 by Anonymous (2,291,900 points)
Has anarchy ever not become chaotic?

In Baltimore we see chaos. Thirty-eight people dead last time I checked, and in remarkably short order, this after the police effectively went on strike.
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answered Aug 18, 2016 by Anonymous (2,291,900 points)
Have to view that later on another device, but thanks for sharing it.
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answered Aug 18, 2016 by Anonymous (2,291,900 points)
Dead on. Yuri Bezmenov, a Soviet Defector who worked for Pravda, the soviet propaganda/News organization, describes precisely what you mention.

https://www.youtube.com/watch...
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answered Aug 18, 2016 by Anonymous (2,291,900 points)
True they do resort to murder and repression. But it's never truly about the collective no matter the propaganda. It is simply about the power to impose their will, which is why most revolutions result in the killing off of fellow revolutionaries soon after.
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answered Aug 18, 2016 by Anonymous (2,291,900 points)
Great comment:
I'd like to add this - This need for Uniform Morality is why impatient people, anxious for the glorious Utopia to arise in their lifetime, will often resort to murder and repression, because they place the value to the collective above the individual and the individuals right to dissent.
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answered Aug 18, 2016 by Anonymous (2,291,900 points)
No form of government can truly function to spec without a uniform morality. There is no such thing, which is the reason for law and regulation.
Socialism, anarchy, and other Utopian theories require voluntary cooperation or voluntary random association for optimum performance, which also require shared morality or goals to succeed.
Difficult to enforce voluntary associations.
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answered Aug 18, 2016 by Anonymous (2,291,900 points)
Sure glad I don't live in one! It was great that the founding fathers seperated church and state, also. There IS a religious form of anarchy which some seem to favor. That would make America much like Iran.
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answered Aug 18, 2016 by Anonymous (2,291,900 points)
This is funny because it is true.
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answered Aug 18, 2016 by Anonymous (2,291,900 points)
It's is just self imposed order, instead of allowing anyone else to make choices for you.
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answered Aug 18, 2016 by Anonymous (2,291,900 points)
I don't but people do. I just want to live my life and let every one else do the same.
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