I am an Anarchist and Strive to Fight Injustice

I am an Anarchist and Strive to Fight Injustice   “Dude. my opinion of you just soared to the floor, your recent positions have been,nothing short of theistic. Harmful ideology comes in more than spiritual or religious form.” – ex-friend   I like how some people think I have changed thinking that because I was not that political all most all the Obama, yes, I was not that fired up as an anarchist-socialist-collectivist-mutualist and I fight the hardest against fascism so the more rights the less I come in the more violations the more I rize with a raised fist.    ps. Don’t like me, cool, find the door and take care. I am not changing this and have been so like 15 years. So, I am confident in my political thinking and I see no reason to change.  Anarchy Atheism  “You spend a lot of time listing your creedo and identities. You often make declarative statements about the “-ists and -isms” to which you ascribe. I think the criticism comes from your behavior indicating these are accessories for you to collect. Specifically, your detractors disagree with the principles of such accessories. I would criticize with the accessorizing, less so the actual nature of the accessories. I might surprise you how many of your labels I actually share. It feels odd to tell someone with multiple pages about himself, but sometimes you do make it a little too much about you. Your experience is supposed to color your ideology, but it seems ideologies define your experience. It’s supposed to be “Damien is an anarcho-socialist-collectivist-mutualist” but is seems that “anarcho-socialism-collectivism-mutualism is Damien.” Lots...

Racism Hate, is Psychological/Emotional Violence?

Racism hate, is psychological/emotional violence? To me, any bigotry commited aganist others whether racism, secism, homophobia, transfobia, etc is a hate attack mentally perpetrating a form of psychological/emotional violence to the other (who it is positioned against) and will likely inflict a violation to the other’s dignity. Often, this form of psychological/emotional violence penetrates to their very core stability, comfort of being, and safety in the world. Racism hate, thus can and often, will create a feeling of violation or trauma. To me, racism hate is psychological/emotional violence. So they are not innocent to me in causing societal harm like all terrorists. The alt right racists promote emotional terror and so that should be very strongly condemned and challenged but I only agree to physical violence as direct self defence or other defence fro physical attack or imminent attack. I am not ok with just a limited equality of homosexualty, bisexuality or pansexuality in a offten blatantanit hetrosexistist sociaty, what is needed is to remove as much as possible the hetrosexistism or heteronormative bias, as until we do such people are not truly equal. I am not ok with just a limited racial equality in a often blatantly racist society against people of color, what is needed is to remove as much as possible the raceism, as until we do such people are not truly equal. I am not ok with just a limited equality of Trans people in a often blatantly transphobic society, what is needed is to remove as much as possible the cissexist, transphobia,or transsexism, as until we do such people are not truly equal. I am not ok with just a...

Why are lies more appealing than the truth?

Why are lies more appealing than the truth? It would seem that so many people are gullible and fall for myths over reality. I suspect that’s why there is such faith in religion not just when it is obviously devoid of facts but even when up against facts that outright debunk the myths people will not let the lies go and instead often hold myths as true with even greater belief. In stead of just becoming outraged we must ponder what in the world is going on? I use to look down on them as morons willfully running headlong into superstition and illusion as if it were their addiction. But that extreme intentionality or completely denialist choice conclusion is somewhat leaving me a bit and I am starting to see it as truly sad and cognitively foolish which could be somewhat nature not only nurture. It seems some people have an innate insecurity or are somewhat incapable of reality and thus feel a need to seek out myths to buy into. Therefore, some people may contain a hyper maladaptive tendency to desire myth as a way of thinking or myth as a way of life. It could be a comfort with reality weakness motivating one to choose to live according to myth and about increase the inability to reach reality that is completely devoid of any myths. Such non-critical thinking would thus feel thinking along mythical lines is a very good way of thinking, if not the best. This would seem to be the case with those prone to not just myths but denialism, superstition, supernaturalism, religion and extreme conspiracy theories. Theists like...

Slavery, Racism, Religion and the Confederate Flag

The Civil War Was About Slavery. Confederate Leaders Were Totally Clear On This. By Julia Craven Symbols of the Confederacy are an inescapable fact of life in Southern states. The Confederate flag is displayed prominently near the South Carolina statehouse, evoked in multiple Southern state flags, flown in frontyards, on T-shirts and off pickup trucks. And those who fought during the Civil War to maintain antebellum “traditions” are glorified relentlessly.  A few days after a white shooter murdered nine black people attending Bible study at Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Charleston, South Carolina, apparently driven by the same sort of racial animus present in this history, the nation is having a conversation about how, or if, these Confederate tributes have a rightful place in society. This discussion has led some people to question if the Confederacy, and therefore the Civil War, was truly motivated by slavery. “But there are other difficult truths. Among them, when the war began, it was not explicitly a war to end slavery. … When hundreds of thousands of southern men took up arms (most of them non-slave-owning), many of them fought with the explicit belief that they were standing in the shoes of the Founding Fathers, men who’d exercised their own right of self-determination to separate from the mother Country,” wrote David French for National Review. “Others simply saw an invading army marching into their state — into their towns and across their farms — and chose to resist. And no one can doubt their valor.” Others have made similar attempts to explain away the significance of slavery to the war. But like accused shooter Dylann Roof, whose manifesto clearly outlined his hatred for black people and his desire to start...

What it is to BE WISE

Foolish people are limited and thus are impoverished of mind. So intellectually blinded they seem to hardly find much to which they feel compelled to learn. In this state of ignorance they often think foolishly that they somehow are in “full knowledge” know it all. Whereas, wise people are rich in intellectual openness and a deep desire for truth as well as an enriched need to know things as they actually are thus are so compelled to learn and are so willing to be a student that they can learn from anything around them. Creating Our Purpose? You know I have one message, be a good person, for whatever is the extremely short lives. Life is just too short not to be kind. Our behavior with others will either add to human flushing or it doesn’t. How desperately want acceptance and how desperately we need to accept each other in kindness. I only have one goal: Some people are a bit confused as to what my goals are with my thinking. I am not trying to change minds, I am trying to change the world.  “Expose the Unspeakable harm” We all can be irrational, but biases that is not even in the interesting point. Because we can all be irrational we have an outright moral obligation to institute accuracy in one’s choices. Which is similar to the potential for harm that beliefs unchecked can and do have, even if it’s just that it contributed to unspeakable harm. To Feel or Not to Feel? Slow down, and think, is that even a reality coherent statement? To think we actually can someone how,...

The Battle of Truth

The Battle of Truth   You don’t like my truth? Well to be honest I didn’t care much for your lies. In the honest search for truth there is no sides, only the actual truth. I must strive to embrace the truth the way it actually is. To me, there simply is and rightly must be an intellectual “ethical-responsibility” to justify the believed truth that is claimed as actually being true when stated as such. Such as how my thinking expressed or my behavior engaged in holds consequences as well as the unavoidable architecture or “ethical values” like responsibilities. Love and kindness are all we have in the end that makes life sense toward the psychological well being of almost everyone. I am no better than anyone, I too am just a fragile body alone in the world, if not for the kindness of others. Want to change the way I think? Fine. I let evidence lead my beliefs. So then where is your evidence, please. Impress me with your evidence and not your evidence devoid options. I am a mental nightmare walking to that which is false expressed as truth and radical thinker ever willing to be persuaded by valid and reliable reason and evidence. Thus, beliefs to me ethically demand a sound justification aka Truth as well as to be believed or acceptable as true. I am so free it’s like a psychopath taking, king of my jungle, just a mental gainster stalking the menus of unchecked flawed thinking. Religion is not about truth, it’s about indoctrinated faith. Do you really believe that even if clear documents demonstrate...