greenagorist

“No gods, no masters” has long been the cry of the anarchist – other than the religious ones who cry “some gods, no masters”. The agorist is no stranger to this cry. But how can a free(d) market anarchist be against masters when all markets up until this point have been so filled with hierarchy? The simple answer is that we aren’t free. We are not free to acquire the things we need to exist, pro...
“There is no ethical consumption under capitalism.” This statement has become the rallying cry of both the radical and the complacent. To the complacent, it is a statement to shield them from all concern of wrongdoing. It is the system that is wrong, and not the individual who operates within it, and thus they are not to concern themselves with attempting to fix their behaviors. Capitalism cause...
Personally, I’m just as big on mesh networks and environmental sustainability as I am on p2p trade networks. The green energy advocate and the cryptocurrency user seem worlds apart. Yet both communities need to be talking about NANO. But why should a green-energy advocate care about a cryptocurrency, and how energy efficient is it, really? To answer that, we need to first look at where Bitcoi...
Agorism is, as according to its founder, Samuel Edward Konkin III, a left-market anarchist philosophy, the pursuit of a stateless society in which "[a]ll relations between people are voluntary exchanges - a free market. No one will injure another or trespass in any way." It does not matter to the agorist what the government thinks of their voluntary exchanges, or their mutual aid, or their gift ec...