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The Struggle in Defiance of All Submission

To live as a rebel, as a self-willed anarchist revolutionary, requires a great deal of will, determination and spirit in the face of dizzying odds. Thus, one essential aspect of developing an insurrectional practice is the transformation of oneself into such a spirited, willful being. Such a transformation does not take place through therapy but through attacking the social order both in its manifestations in the world and in oneself and one’s relationships. An uncompromising cruelty may prove essential to this task, because there are so many chains to be broken, so many limits to be destroyed.

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30. After the Thrill is Gone

Our training has been to see with filters, likes, dislikes, goals, achievements, meaning and analysis, language and positive affirmations, and not to see through the filters. Any negation of the thought process, anything against the status quo, is considered negative, and evil and dangerous. Our notion of self and the freedoms granted to us, along with the societal structures, and systems, are designed to enslave, manipulate, and to make us believe in an illusory future that never comes. The careful system of subjugation, to get us entangled into mass psychology, in hope of a better tomorrow. Annihilation happens when those walls are shattered, and filters are no longer.

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29. The Art of an American War

The spectacle is here. The so called crisis has arrived. The American Democracy is shaken to the core. Words are spoken softly, and we are all invited to “be patient”. The words are getting thrown around like paint on a paintbrush; in small doses, but with incredible force. “The integrity of the American Democracy has been jeopardized, it has been smothered!”, we exclaim in disbelief, and tweet in disgust!

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28. What does it mean to be an Anarcho-Nihilist?

What is Anarchy? What are we when we call ourselves Anarchists? By calling ourselves anarchists, we are implying a commitment to the disruption of domination, and as Nihilists, we unapologetically, embrace negation as the core of such positions. In Negation and Anarchy, and through anarcho-nihilism, we are challenged to use jouissance as a form of resisting the status quo, of what is. There is no road map, no definition, no must or how-to’s.

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