Anarchists are not terrorists.
They are not fascists.
They’re not violent, and they’re not even anti-capitalist.
They simply think that it is a good idea to organise, to have a discussion about, and to organise ourselves to do our best to create a world that is fair and equitable for everyone.
They believe that this is the best way to make the world a better place, to create more decent jobs and opportunities, to end racism and oppression, to stop the war on drugs, to build a just society, to prevent nuclear war and to make our society more sustainable.
They are not anti-government.
They believe that there are many good things about government that are good for the country, but we should never let the bad things become the government.
That is why they are opposed to a political system that uses laws and laws that have a big impact on the lives of ordinary people, to use them to protect and protect against the worst aspects of capitalism.
They don’t think governments should be involved in the economic lives of citizens, and instead believe that we should be able to decide for ourselves whether we want to live in a society that allows for free and fair elections, a system where we can choose whether to pay for a car, a house, or a job, and we should not have to pay taxes that help to fund the state.
The Anarchist FAQ is here to answer any questions you might have.
It will also give you some practical tips on how to get organised.
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This is an edited extract from Anarchist Magazine: Anarchists Speak Out.