So the message is loud and clear. When push comes to bloody shove in end-stage America, under the rule of the anarcho-tyrants, we, the law-abiding, are the enemy. Those in uniform sworn to protect and serve will turn their backs on us because their bosses don't answer to the public. They protect and serve the mob.

— By Michelle Malkin | July 22, 2020[1]

Definition[edit | edit source]

Samuel T. Francis, and his concept of anarcho-tyranny, which was applied to the U.S. but can be equally applied in Britain and Northern Ireland:

What we have in this country today, then, is both anarchy (the failure of the state to enforce the laws) and, at the same time, tyranny—the enforcement of laws by the state for oppressive purposes; the criminalization of the law-abiding and innocent through exorbitant taxation, bureaucratic regulation, the invasion of privacy, and the engineering of social institutions, such as the family and local schools; the imposition of thought control through “sensitivity training” and multiculturalist curricula, “hate crime” laws, gun-control laws that punish or disarm otherwise law-abiding citizens but have no impact on violent criminals who get guns illegally, and a vast labyrinth of other measures. In a word, anarcho-tyranny.[2]

See also: anarcho-totalitarianism

the uppermost economic-criminal layer of society is already anarchist in that it is anarchic so far as anyone ruling over them, and totalitarian so far as applying some methods of totalitarianism to secure that position. we are ruled by anarcho-totalitarians

Rhizomata[edit | edit source]

Threat; Risk; Violence; Revolution; Cultural revolution; Terrorism

"Silence is violence"

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