26 year old white cis straight dude. I'm a graphic designer, but most of my passion is reserved for revolutionary politics and pokemon. I like new internet friends, so don't be afraid to send a message (or call me out if I say something silly). I run another blog (descentintotyranny) where I post news stories I find.
There is no family, there is no community, there is no social obligation. Capitalism allowed for each of us to flee these dint institutions. Now, in order to manage the dissolution of the social that capitalism has wrought, there is a discreet refinement of the image of law and order. Law no longer carries with it anything more than its application; law serves the norm. Everything follows from this subtle fact.
So why are [people of color] not filling the ranks of the Anarchist movement? What it is that prevents those people of color that have been feeling the brunt of police brutality, and have been living off the scraps of what capitalism leaves behind, why have they not joined the movement?
The answer is simple: because is not their movement. It can never be their movement while it is being created by and for white middle-class kids with a Jesus complex who think they can save the world (or the ones with Buddha complex who think they can get wet by talking about water). You cannot hustle the movement and you cannot hustle the people. Revolution is not a game in which you can pretend to listen to the voice of the people of color only when is convenient and shut them off when they start questioning your privilege.
One of the more famous thought experiments in American Politics is Schrödinger’s Liberal, in which it was posited a Liberal is simultaneously both Pro and Anti war until the party the president belongs to is revealed.