Anarchists for a bigger state and more government intervention… again
Yes, anarchists, of course, though not because what defines an anarchist is one who wants the government to do everything for its people and leave them little or no individual freedom as a result but because the media fucknuts these days appear to be unaware of what the fucking word means.
Hello, Teletubbygraph, a little FYI for you. These people are not anarchists. They are a particularly nasty and fighty flavour of marxists and socialists. If they were anarchists they’d be protesting that the government isn’t cutting anything like enough, or indeed at all as far as actually reducing the national deficit goes (let’s not even fucking dream about reducing the actual debt). They may be spray painting Ⓐs on the walls of banks, half of which are fucking government owned now anyway, but that doesn’t make them actual anarchists anymore than the Nazi’s appropriation of the swastika made them Buddhists and Hindus.
The letter “A” is derived from the first letter of “anarchy” or “anarchism” in most European languages and is the same in both Latin and Cyrillic scripts. The “O” stands for order.
Does The Telegraph think smashing shop windows, chucking tables at The Ritz hotel and defacing both private banks and those that are technically already under the kind of collective ownership these knobheads probably have regular wank fantasies about in any way qualifies as ‘order’? No? Thought not. Alan Moore, via V, explains.
All this riot and uproar, V … Is this anarchy?
Is this the Land of Do-as-you-please?No. This is only the Land of Take-what-you-want.
Anarchy means “without leaders“; not “without order“.
This is not anarchy, Eve. This is Chaos.
V for Vendetta – Alan Moore/David Lloyd
They’re not anarchists, okay? Get a fucking dictionary, you lazy bastards.
Posted on March 28, 2011, in Uncategorized and tagged Crime and punishment, Do I have to draw you a picture?, Journalistic crap, Personal Freedom, Responsibility, UK. Bookmark the permalink. Comments Off on Anarchists for a bigger state and more government intervention… again.