I am confused with the "communist" and "anarchist" claims, and wondering if you could explain a few things.
As an anarchist myself, I think that I have full control over my body, my mind and to benefit from my actions.
I think I have the right to engage in voluntary interactions with anyone I want.
I think that no one has the right to initiate aggression towards me.
I think owning things is a consequence of owning yourself and the fruits of your labor.
I think I should be free to pursue my life in any way I want without anyone else forcing anything upon me. People can reject interacting with me, can decline trading, can disallow me on their property, and so forth.
Do you agree with this? If not, what is it in that list that is objectionable and why?
If you agree; How can you then square that with any socialist ideology, since it has at its core those are built upon forceful redistribution of wealth. Theft.
@niclas @CobaltVelvet https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pierre-Joseph_Proudhon this may help you maybe ?
Thanks... Interesting read, but I interpret the WIkipedia article that he was trying to satisfy the "Authoritarian Socialists" (IMHO, that's the only type in practice) that "authority" isn't really necessary, albeit flip-flopping on his on view about that.
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