THE 40 anarchists you want to be following on Steemit!

in anarchy •  last year

Anarchosteem

I've noticed a LOT of people joining the site because of some of the big names that have arrived on site like @dollarvigilante, @lukewearechange, and @larkenrose. I know I was super-excited when I got back into internet service last weekend and discovered so many awesome anarchists were flocking to the platform, just like so many of us had been hoping for. In the last week I've twice discovered that someone folks in the movement, whose work I absolutely love, had joined without many noticing. Even in the (currently 2) days I've been writing this post, I've discovered quite a few people I didn't know had joined up yet. Let's just say I've spent a LOT of time going through people's "followed" lists...

I've also found that a lot of my friends who have joined recently, and aren't really active on the site, only have a couple of people they are actually following. Now that the follow feature has gone live, it's important to use our feeds wisely (https://steemit.com/@yourusername/feed), to maximize our own curation rewards, and boost the activity of our fellow anarchists. In order to help strengthen the community here on Steemit, and make sure that the wonderful anarchist content continues to get the viewership it deserves even as the platform grows, I compiled this list of wonderful freedom-minded content creators. I put it in alphabetical order so as not to be preferential, and to encourage reading the whole thing :-)

Over the 4 days it took me to write this post, some things changed, people posted after being inactive for a while, more anarchists joined the platform, etc. I feel good about the list I've got here, but you can be sure I missed some folks, and there are probably even more joining as you read this :-) Maybe I'll do a sequel in a couple of weeks covering the folks who join in that time!

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Let's begin...


@anotherjoe
Introduceyourself
I caught Joe on his first post, which flopped pretty badly. Let's just say that he's not the only awesome person in this post who that happened to. Joe has written for The Dollar Vigilante, among a variety of other places, and this post is absolutely wonderful, especially for those with no real interest in economics. His most recent post: "First World Destruction of Entrepreneurship - Welfare vs. Production" is a great read, and it's still pre-payout, why not check it out?
Joe


@bacchist
Introduceyourself
This is Marshall. Marshall's story of how he went from identifying as a democrat to an anarchist, something a lot of people don't believe happens (yes, I've actually had people say exactly that to me... recently), is wonderful. His piece on the fact that he doesn't own himself is great food for thought.
bacchist


@barrycooper
Introduceyourself
From drug-cop to creating "Kopbusters" & NeverGetBusted. His first foray into the world of Steemit netted about $4000, and he's been producing amazing content since, teaching Steemians how to do things like pass a drug test & fortify their homes. @barrycooper spoke at the 2016 Anarchapulco, and he'll be back again this winter!


@bitbutter
Introduceyourself
Tomasz joined us here on Steemit a week ago, and I for one am very excited to have him with us! He is a freedom propagandist, and you're probably familiar with some of his videos like "George Ought to Help", "Edgar the Exploiter", and "You Can Always Leave". Tomasz is another one of the great humans joining us who was overlooked at first ($.04 intro), though he has had a couple hit posts since, and I have great faith we've only scratched the surface of his content.


@burntmd
Introduceyourself
Brent is a guerilla healer, combining alternative medicine and agorism to save peoples' lives and change the world. He is a perfect example of someone with great content who got missed, heavily due to not being aware of some of the technical aspects of Steemit. We talked one day about how I thought he would do well on the platform, and the next day we were on the phone and he already had 2 posts up, both of which had already been edited, and needed to be again. After fixing image & video links, he published them again, right as I realized that his tags were all wrong ("bio" instead of "introduceyourself", "cannabis" instead of "marijuana"), and did I mention he hadn't unchecked the auto-up-vote? Well, those first two posts (his intro & his video: "How To Make Cannabis Oil in 7 Easy Steps") both earned $0.00, due to his rookie mistakes. Since then, he has been consistently putting up good content, and getting better and better at his Steemit-fu, but he's still been largely un-noticed.


@churdtzu
Introduceyourself
This is the feed of the amazing Kurt David Robinson, a rapper, crypto-geek, truth-seeking australian ex-pat. Kurt has performed at both editions of Anarchapulco, and his song "To Acapulco" was used in the promos for 2016. An interview I did with @churdtzu was my introduction to Steemit, and his article "Steemit's new economic paradigm..." won me over to joining the platform. @churdtzu and @battleayzee combine in a voltron-esque fashion to form @paradise-paradox!


@corbettreport
Introduceyourself
I'm guessing most of you have heard of James Corbett, and his Corbett Report, where he's been consistently releasing great content since 2007. Those of you who were at the 2015 Anarchapulco will remember his amazingly entertaining and hopeful short play, featuring two characters and only him as the cast :-) His video introducing his YT followers to Steemit earned over $10,000, and currently has almost 18,000 views on the tube.


@dantheman
Introduceyourself
You may know him by his other name, @dan, and he is one of the founders of Steemit, this beautiful platform bringing us all together right now! Dan is a great human, and his desire to build community, incentivize positive behavior, and create decentralized currency are all great evidence of his dedication to anarchy. Most of his posts are related specifically to Steemit, but he mixes a lot of social commentary in there as well.
Dan


@dbroze
Introduceyourself
You'll recognize Derrick Broze as the face of the Conscious Resistance Network and the creator of the Houston Free Thinkers, and he's also the co-author of 2 books with @johnvibes: The Conscious Resistance: Reflections on Anarchy & Spirituality" & "Finding Freedom in an Age of Confustion". In his first post here on Steemit, Derrick announced that one half of all his earnings on Steemit will be donated to a worthy cause, chosen by the Steemit community.


@derekareith
Introduceyourself
I started following Derek after I read his response to Tone Vays about Steemit, but he has been consistently releasing great Steemit content for over a month now, telling us the story of how he became an anarchist and working on building steem behind his idea for an evolution in education. (1, 2, 3) On day 2 or 3 of writing the post you're reading right now, I saw that Derek had just posted the 3rd part of his "5 Amazing People You Need To Meet", featuring me :-) Synchronicity is so fun!


@doitvoluntarily
Introduceyourself
This guy is just awesome, posting well-made content on topics including gardening, NVC, 3D printers, and boxing. Somehow, almost all of his posts have earned less than 5 cents, even though a few are in the hundreds of dollars.
Try


@dollarvigilante
introduceyourself
I would guess that most all of you know Jeff Berwick, and many of you are probably even here because of his success on this platform. You can find Jeff's work on The Dollar Vigilante & his podcast: Anarchast! He is also the founder of Anarchapulco, which I recommend you ALL attend this winter if you can.


@dragonanarchist
Introduceyourself
Next up is Amanda Rachwitz, the Dragon Anarchist! I first discovered Amanda from her Anarchast episode, had the pleasure of meeting her and her amazing son at this year's Anarchapulco, and I'm so happy to have her here on Steemit with us! She's already authored some great pieces about technology and anarchy, and we have her to thank in large part for @larkenrose joining us.
Amanda


@earthpermit
Introduceyourself
Alma Sommer is an amazing activist, organizer, and mother! She makes Jackalope possible, and has tons of amazing work on her site about her family's adventures and the process of raising an Undocumented Human". Alma is another one of those who joined us recently, and was almost completely un-noticed, earning $.59 on her first post. Thanks so much for everything you do Alma, I had an amazing time at Jackfest!.
Alma


@elissahawke
Introduceyourself
I absolutely love Elissa! She is hilarious, insightful, intelligent, and not afraid to say anything, in front of anyone. We met at the 2015 Anarchapulco, in an elevator full of Mexican families, with her making a comment about me being in there with a shirt off, and me being mildly uncomfortable, and went on to have hours of wonderful conversation that weekend. Her post about finding the principles of freedom earned a couple hundred dollars, and so have a couple others, but overall it looks like people have been missing out on her wonderful content like "What is god..." & "69 Reasons why You Should Moon NASA for The Mindf@%k"


@emancipatedhuman
Introduceyourself
I'm guessing most of you know who Luis Fernando Mises is, or at least know his work on The Dollar Vigilante, Anarchast Español, and Emancipated Human. I highly recommend his pieces on non-violent communication, psychedelics, and winning the revolution with memes to get started.


@enric
Introduceyourself
Enric Duran is a bad-ass Catalan activist who, from 2006-2008, took out a 68 loans from 39 banks, for almost half a million Euros, with no plans of ever repaying them. He took the money and invested it into creating, refining, and spreading solutions like Faircoop, "The Earth cooperative for a fair economy" & FairCoin, "to turn faircoin into a currency that maintains all of the pros of bitcoin (transparency, fungibility, privacy etc) and adds mutual cooperation such that it paves the way for true balance between decentralization and fairness." He's only made one Steemit post so far, and it was pretty well received. I am looking forward to what comes next. (After I wrote this, Enric posted for the second time


@ericdjuly
Introduceyourself (he hasn't done one yet)
Eric has just dipped his toes into Steemit so far, but you can be sure everything we see from this guy is going to be energetic & entertaining like "who will build the roads", "libertarianism and BLM", and "statist". Eric is the front-man for Backwordz, the anarchist metal-hop band who will be performing at Anarchapulco 2017.


@falkvinge
Introduceyourself
Rick Falkvinge is the founder of the Pirate Party, author of "Swarmwise", and a big privacy geek. His first 3 posts netted over $20,000 all together, so you definitely want to have this guy in your feed if you're looking for curation rewards.
FV


@ftlian
Introduceyourself
Ian moved to New Hampshire as part of the Free State Project, and has long been involved in creating liberty media, like his documentary "Derrick J's Victimless Crime Spree", NH-based activist news source Free Keene", and his national radio show: Free Talk Live. Ian has already hosted more than one conversation on FTL about Steemit, and I'm sure we can look forward to more of those coming up. Ian's intro didn't land so well, but since then he's had a couple posts break the $1000 mark, making him a valuable source of curation rewards, as well as great content!


@georgedonnelly
Introduceyourself
George Donnelly is a science-fiction author, who recently wrote a "dystopian crypto-currency" novel, and is in the process of starting a Steemit podcast! His series Posidose (1, 2, 3, 4) is a great taste of positivity for your day, and my favorite of his has been "A Voluntary World by 2064". George's intro post did pretty well, earning almost $900, but for some reason he hasn't been receiving much up-vote love since then.


@jakemccauley
Introduceyourself
The title of his intro post: "From Gang Life To Voluntaryism" should tell you how great the stories from this kid are going to be. Growing up in Baltimore, Jake got involved in the world of organized crime young, and his experiences there have led him to dedicate his life to reducing aggression in the world. He's had a variety of posts earn well, including his recent "Is It Evil To Join The Military?", and we can expect more great stuff in the future.


@jamiecrypto
Introduceyourself
Another great content creator who was completely overlooked when he did his intro, but has since gotten some recognition, and is consistently putting up triple digits at this point. Jamie Redman is a meme-maker, and a writer for so many outlets that I'm not even going to list them. My favorites of his are "The Digital Revolution Increases Sovereignty", "Raising Leaders Instead of Rulers", and "Five Abolitionist Methods That Will Help End The State"


@jaredhowe
Introduceyourself
Jared Howe, or J3443ONE (Jerry One) is a writer & anarcho-capitalist rapper, who's been with us on Steemit for a week now, and has been off to a great start, with his first post earning over $1200. He's written some amazing articles already, like "Statism or Anarchism: Which has the greater burden of proof?" & "Individuals Are Changing the World". @dollarvigilante & @the-ntf what do you think about Anarchapulco 2017?


@johnvibes
Introduceyourself
John Vibes is a long-time author, music promoter, and event organizer, focusing heavily on shamanism and the internal work that we all have to do in order to achieve an anarchist world. He helps organize the Free Your Mind Conference, and he's now written 1 book of his own, and 2 with @dbroze, with a third following soon. Somehow his posts have gone largely un-noticed so far, with his post on nihilism being the only one to break the 3-digit payout mark.


@juansgalt
Introduceyourself
Juan Galt is one of the amazing people I got to know this winter while visiting Anarchapulco for a month; he & his roommate Ryan let me stay with them when I got to town, he helped me find an apartment to rent, and he let me borrow his laptop for about a month so I could build my website. He got me turned onto Dash, and he's doing a beautiful job documenting the anarchist migration to Acapulco, and creating some guides for people coming down for the conference or to live. His first few posts on Steemit haven't earned much, but his content is great, and his numbers will keep growing if he just keeps up the same quality.


@kafkanarchy84
Introduceyourself
You can find this guy on YT, FB, and Twitter as VoluntaryJapan. He's into crypto, anarchy, peaceful parenting, and changing the world! He's been creating content rapid-fire since joining us 2 weeks ago, better get started if you want to catch up :-)


@kennyskitchen
Introduceyourself
Hey, this one's me :-) I've spent the last 14 months traveling Turtle Island, attending and helping out at events like the Rainbow Gathering, Jackalope, Anarchapulco, and a Lakota Sun Dance to name a few. I am a vegan chef, music promoter, healer, dumpster-diver networker, researcher, and life optimization facilitator. What that means is that I spend a lot of time living with various world-changers, helping them through activations & transitions, sharing whatever knowledge I've accumulated that can benefit them, and preparing them delicious food medicine. My first post flopped on its launch day, but was then featured in the first issue of @btotherest's Golden Nuggets, and promptly shot up to hundreds of dollars (which I'm finally about to get paid out next week). Since then, I've had varying levels of economic success on Steemit, but the inspiration to write that it provides me has stayed strong, I've convinced more than a dozen friends to join the platform, and I was lucky enough to give a Steemit presentation at Jackalope with @brindleswan.


@kevinwong
Introduceyourself
Kevin writes about one of the biggest varieties of topics out of anyone on this list, from crypto to enlightenment and from video games to drugs. He's a musician, a writer, a programmer, an entrepreneur, and an "ether-punk" (something I had never heard of). He's been consistently releasing great content, and has been getting more and more recognized for it.
Kevin


@larkenrose
Introduceyourself
Larken Rose is one of the best known speakers & authors in anarchist philosophy, writing "The Most Dangerous Superstiotion" and The Iron Web". His current project, The Mirror is very exciting, and something I would recommend that you all look into. As you would expect, Larken's first post blew up, and he's been consistently putting up great content since, and always earning at least $300. Larken came out of retirement as a speaker for the 2016 Anarchapulco, where I was lucky enough to catch the amazing talk he gave (video below).


@laurenrumpler
Introduceyourself
You may know Lauren by her other moniker, Objectivist Girl, or maybe you just recognize her voice from something she's done with @jordanpagemusic. She's been making great content for years now, and she's a regular speaker at events like Porcfest & Anarchapulco, and on Free Talk Live. Her first post didn't do so hot, and we haven't seen her on Steemit in a few days since then, but I'm hoping she'll continue to bless us with her content, want to help me convince her?


@lesliestarrohara
Introduceyourself
Leslie is one of the many anarchists on this list who is also a fiction writer (so exciting to have that kind of community around!) As a fellow literature-lover, and proponent of [spreading the message] through that format, I loved her post "9 Children's Books That Will Turn Your Kids Into Anarchists", and I've been following her ever since. Leslie's most recent post was the first one to get some earnings traction, and I'm excited to watch her start to get more success.
Leslie


@lukestokes
Introduceyourself
I've been following Luke for a couple of weeks now, and he is consistently putting up GREAT content about anarchy, the workings of Steemit, PorcFest, and success. He's a father, a husband, a programmer, a blogger, and a big fan of crypto-currencies. You can expect great content and consistent curation rewards from this guy :-)


@lukewearechange
Introduceyourself
I'm guessing you all know who Luke Rudowski is, certainly one of the most active journalists on the planet, covering everything from Bilderberg & 9/11 truth to Fukushima & psychedelics. His first post on Steemit earned almost $5000, and he's been doing great since, making him another great option for curation rewards. Every year, Luke does the Change Media University boot-camp at Anarchapulco, which is a life-changing experience for anyone interested in media & journalism.


@pressfortruth
Introduceyourself
Dan Dicks is one of the great journalists of this era, doing lots of amazing work, many time right alongside @lukewearechange & @dollarvigilante. He's been actively doing interviews, making documentaries, and creating great content for a decade now, with no sign of slowing down. Dan has spoken at both Anarchapulcos, and should be back for 2017. His intro blew up pretty big, but since then his posts have been getting a pretty lackluster response, hopefully this will help :-)


@randyclemens
Introduceyourself
Randy is one of the many people who has moved to New Hampshire as part of the Free State Project, he is a writer, activist, and food lover. His intro did fairly well, earning just over $500; since then he's broken that 3-digit barrier only twice, and most of his posts have been lost in the noise. He's already put up amazing posts on topics like jury nullification, the FSP, his personal life, and even some recipes.
randy


@robhustle
Rob's introduceyourself
Rob is a hip-hop artist, a film-maker, a stand-up comedian, an activist, and an awesome peaceful parent. Many of you have probably heard of him from his music video "Call the Cops", which has gotten over 50 million views worldwide. I met Rob at the first Anarchapulco, and anyone who was at the concert can tell you how powerful his stage presence is.


@sterlinluxan
Introduceyourself
Sterlin is one of the premier anarchist intellectuals of our day & age, and I'm so happy I learned of him via Anarchast and Steemit! He's been having consistent success on the platform, with his intro getting close to $2000. His focuses on peaceful resistance, education, spreading the message, and Steemit have all been amazing. I would recommending reading EVERYTHING this guy posts, you're mind will certainly be expanded for it. I very much look forward to meeting Sterlin at this year's Anarchapulco


@tftproject
Introduceyourself
The Free Thought Project started in 2013, and have since been a great resource for news and opinion, focusing on the solutions to many of the problems we face today. They've only post once to Steemit so far, which was rather successful, and I know we can all expect wonderful content from them in the future, as well as great curation rewards.


@thepholosopher
Introduceyourself
The Pholosopher is pretty new to Steemit, and she only has 2 posts here so far, but she has long been creating great content on other platforms (FB, Twit, YT) Neither post gained much steem, but hopefully she hasn't been discouraged, and we'll be seeing lots more great work from her. I always love when someone can introduce me to a new intentional community project!
pho


These folks have all not started posting yet, but you can be sure when they do it will be something great!

This list was focused on people who create a lot of content around the principles of anarchy, if you're looking for other great content creators who are more focused on whole-food plant-based diets, steemit success, science-fiction, re-programming your brain/Law of Attraction/NLP, and much more, head over to my profile and see who I'm following. Feel free to bookmark my followed list, it will be growing to keep up with the people joining steemit. I love to share & support the great content of others :-)



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Unreal, Kenny! You're the best, man! Like Luke said, lots of new people to follow now :)

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Thanks @derekareith! I thought it was too cool how you mentioned me when I was about halfway through this post :-) Synchronicity is a beautiful thing.

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If you haven't met @dwinblood yet, he's practically a legend in my eyes. He married a deputy sheriff and over time grew to understand anarchism, now she's no longer a cop XD

He has some great content including his newest piece:
https://steemit.com/anarchy/@dwinblood/stop-sending-our-jobs-over-seas-okay-we-ll-stop-how-about-the-prison-industrial-complex

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Nice, I'll have to check him out. Thanks!

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yes me are dwinblood are pretty much the same mind set do follow him

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And another I would suggest is @borisheir. He has the solution to government!

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Can't I get some sleep without this site turning into something even more awesome? XD

Thanks for the heads up on @borisheir as well! :)

Why do I get the feeling Anarchapulco (http://anarchapulco.com) is going to be almost like a mini-Steem convention? :) Still trying to get through to @dantheman to invite him to speak!

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It's certainly going to be an oft-discussed topic :-) That would be awesome to get @dantheman down!

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41, tee-em, anarchocapitalist converted from libertarian party member.

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a conference where both anarchists and statists will be speaking?

Great post idea. Thanks for including me. Very kind of you.

Steem, I think, may be most exciting for us libertarian anarchists because this could be not just a great way to spread the message, not just a great way to organize, not just a way to get paid for our activism, but also the very means by which we make a voluntary world actually happen in our lifetimes.

In the past, I've started a lot of projects, from helping LP candidates get noticed on line, to videotaping Julian Heicklen's jury rights pamphleting (for which I was arrested and framed by US Marshals who tried to destroy my recordings), to the Shield Mutual private defense agency, to being called a terrorist by Whoopi Goldberg for shutting down the TSA Scope-N-Grope at airports nationwide when I organized (with Jim Babb) Opt Out Day (against the TSA) in 2010, to the More Liberty Now blog, the Agora I/O unconferences, fundraising for the jury rights pamphleting at Ross Ulbricht's trial and some other stuff I'm forgetting.

But, frankly, enough of all that bullshit. It's time to make a commitment to actually building a voluntary world.

I'm creating content about how to make that happen and welcome your participation and ideas at @georgedonnelly. Specifically, see:

A Voluntary World by 2064 (More Liberty Now #1)

BTW you might like the Steem Smart Podcast that I'm doing with two fellow libertarian anarchists. We just posted an episode this morning about a new Twitter clone that's built on the Steem blockchain. Exciting stuff. @steemsmart

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I'm still working my way through all of you wonderful people I hadn't met. I am so happy to follow you now, George! You have a great camera presence! I found out about @picokernel's Screem thanks to you and @steemsmart.

Thanks to Steemit, we are actually connecting and building like we never would have before! I love your enthusiasm above and agree 100%.

But, frankly, enough of all that bullshit. It's time to make a commitment to actually building a voluntary world.
Hell yea!

Wow, amazing list! I'm so honored to be included with so many of my heroes. Thank you for all the effort you clearly put into this post. Bookmarking it for sure. I've got a lot of new follows to make.

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You are very fortunate to add to the list @lukestokes

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Thanks! I've seen a few small lists popping up, a few weekly "who did you miss" posts and stuff, then kept finding out that awesome anarchists like @dbroze had joined without my even noticing it, so I figured we need a big comprehensive list :-)

This list is Gold! Thank you so much!

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Thank you! and you're welcome!

Damn - I didn't make it. Maybe I'll be on your list of 41? I'll try harder, I promise. I've got a few posts in the works.

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You were definitely on my rough-draft list, but I had to trim a lot off it, as even this took a little over 4 days to write. I chose to showcase people who's writing is mostly about the principles & philosophy of anarchy. I'm likely going to make more posts like this, especially since we can expect people to just keep flooding in :-)

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I'm likely going to make more posts like this, especially since we can expect people to just keep flooding in :-)

Please do. It's extremely useful for the existing users and also invaluable for Steem's marketing.

I hope one day we'll have a video compilation, something like this amazing video - it's a parody but what I mean is the overall effect: the quality of the animations, the music etc. It just feels professional.

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Hey, I understand. I've been focusing more on the coffee business side of my writing. When I get back into the game of political/anarchist writing, I'll be sure to let everyone know.

Good list, regardless. I didn't realize there were so many on Steemit already. I'm only following about half of them. I need to get on the ball.

Excellent work putting this post together. Thanks for including me. :)

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Nice list @kennyskitchen. It would be nice if we could get a list of people below +55 that have good content. If we all keep following whales or close to it, it will be impossible for newcomers with good content to excel in this environment. But back to your list ill probably follow a few, lol.

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I agree completely, maybe my next research-based post will be the top X minnows to follow or something. If you look through this one though, you'll notice that more than half of these folks are still <55

hey @kennyskitchen thanks for making the world just that much more full of love for everyone

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It's what I do :-) Love you sister!

Very interesting list of people I already follow and some I will check out more
Great work you put into this .

Wow, my feed just doubled.
Double-wow, I'm on this list!
Thanks Kenny. You rock man.

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:-) Glad I can help everyone get more traffic and find more great content to read!

Thanks Kenny, I've shared the article everywhere I could think of where you hadn't shared it already, and followed everybody on the list. Great work and thanks for the mention!

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Awesome, thanks for the help brother! I hope this can help all of us to grow our audiences, and maybe convince a few people to make the transition to Steemit :-)

Awesome information here.

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Thanks @runridefly! It was quite the adventure writing it :-)

how many hours did you spend to write this post??? It is so long :)

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Too many... way too many haha. I didn't keep track of the hours, but it took a solid 4 days of working on it most of the time.

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Great stuff!

You forgot @hilarski, @andrarchy and me :) great list tho!

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I'm sure I missed quite a few people, I've already got a list going of the folks who have been brought to my attention. I'm going to do a follow-up piece, after a day or two away from the computer haha.

I'm impressed. High quality job and extremely useful. Also, great stuff for marketing. It should be right on the front page of the official website.

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Thank you very much, I certainly put a LOT of time, energy, and love into it.

A lot of the people on this list I knew nothing about, then found a bunch of the others on the list were following them, and read through their stuff, it was a blast!

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Thanks @innuendo! I put many hours a day for 4-5 days to come up with this baby :-)

Great post... know a lot of these people, but not all of them. Good reference.

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Thanks! My goal was for it to be a staple when introducing people to Steemit :-)

Thanks for the inclusion @kennyskicthen. Nice to see so many like-minded people here. I've very curious about the effect the over-representation of anarchists on steemit will have on the future of the platform.

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You're very welcome, thanks for your great content!

I'm excited to see what happens :-)

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You're welcome, and thank you!

So glad to have you on the platform Bonita! Just let me know via FB or txt if you have any questions

Awesome list, following many of them already, but I'll have to check out the rest.

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Thanks :-) The goal was for it to be the sort of thing a lot of people will bookmark :-)

Damn! I was left out! lol

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You're already on my list for the follow-up :-)

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Nice! Thank you very much sir!

Thank you very much for going to the effort of collating all these wonderful people here. I have followed a few already. Nice work :)

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You're very welcome, I enjoy doing this kind of research project immensely :-)

Look for a follow-up to come, I've already got a good list going.

I appreciate the effort that went into the making of this post immensely! Well done Kenny.

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Thanks @eagleflash! It was a joy to create, and I'm so happy to be able to share it!

I am an anarchist !! .. the list is "Top 40 anarchists who write about anarchism" :-) ... what about those who write about specific subjects with a n anarchist mindset ?

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I'm going to do a follow-up piece on people who are definitely anarchists but writing about other topics, people I didn't know about yet, and big names that join in the next few days.

Awesome @kennyskitchen - thank you for the super effort as always

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Thanks @timelapse! I just love doing it, especially putting up posts that it feels like are really needed :-)

Thanks for compiling this, great work.

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You're very welcome! Thanks for your support :-)

Brilliant post - many thanks, I never realised I might be an anarchist but
I suspect I'm on your wavelength - I'll check out all that awesome content.

http://www.sift.co.nz

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Thank you!

Most everybody's an anarchist when you come down to it :-) Hope you like it!

wow, man! thank you so much!!! i appreciate the support.

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Of course brother! Thanks for all of your work!

Thanks Kenny! Would love to see someone post a "40 Top Not Anarchists" list like this.

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Thanks @jsteck!

I would love to see people starting to compile lists like this for all sorts of audiences: "top 40 musicians on steemit", "top 40 chefs on steemit", "top 40 photographers" etc etc

This is so cool! I always wonder how many of us there are. I always dreamed of a blog-like place where all of us could express ourselves in a blog-like form. Being paid is even more than I dreamed of! I'm Brittany Schultz Forrester on facebook. Come follow me and get to know me, y'all! I'm excited to share all of our leading edge thoughts with each other, and I'm really excited at the prospect of sharing with a lot of people who don't yet identify as Anarchists, too. (I believe everyone's an Anarchist. They just don't know it yet. :) )

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you're right Everyone is an Anarchist they just don't know it yet :)

I am an Anarchist who came to the philosophy through an intense study of the BIBLE. Voluntarism, with property rights, is the form of government given to the nation of Israel by our heavenly FATHER as they entered the promise land. Any CHRISTian that will take the time to study GOD's letter to you, in the original languages it was written in, will have no choice but to become an Anarchist. My channel has the raw recording of our family's nightly BIBLE study's. We go through the WORD of TRUTH book by book, chapter by chapter & verse by verse. Are you curious & want to know what our heavenly FATHER think of people that let other people rule over them? Then come by our channel & hear the TRUTH for yourself. Moral men need no masters. If GOD be your, KING why would you need, want or trust any person rule over you? GOD is my KING, I'll bow to no other.
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Hey, great list! So far, I've had to find everyone separately from posts or announcements they make in podcasts or on Facebook, but this now allows me to find a bunch more all at once. Thanks! I hope you make more lists like this in the future. Following....

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Thank you!

I may just start doing big lists like this for different groups of people (musicians, photographers, CEOs, etc), it sure seems like people want help finding who to follow, and I enjoy doing this kind of research.

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That's a really good idea, spreading it out to various groups like that! I'll be looking forward to a musicians list and especially a photographers list... gotta watch the competition... ;-)

Absolutely amazing Kenny!!! Thank you for this I will have to refer back to this to catch all these great writers.

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Thank you! You're very welcome, I certainly wanted to create something people would bookmark :-)

Thanks for the mention buddy, appreciate it :)
Thats a comprehensive write up!

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You're very welcome @kevinwong! That was the goal :-) Though at this point I've already got a list of 20 anarchists I didn't know were on steemit, have just joined, etc. So a sequel will be on its way soon.

I'm honored to be on this list among all these awesome people. Thanks for including me!

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You're very welcome Jake! Thanks for the work you do

Surprised not to be there considering I was one of the first ones to join :)

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You're on my list for the follow-up

Thanks for the list, I wasn't even aware Derrick Broze was on Steemit!

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Right? I talked to him at Jackalope, and he was planning on joining, then a week later I mentioned him and somebody pointed me to his intro from a couple days before.

Excellent ! Appreciate the work you put into this !

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Thanks! It was a great experience :-)

Thanks for putting this post together! I know many of the people you linked. Great stuff! :D

Great research there! Much appreciated! Many new followed pages and more great content to keep me wanting to come back!

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You're very welcome! I'm so happy to see so many people getting use out of it :-)

@kennyskitchen boo i did't make the list the was rigged lol jk ;)

Thanks for giving me a starting point.
I hope to make the next list,...

I don't know why are you praising so much Dollar vigilante and people around them - my friends and me, we were working on development of their websites in Serbia for more than 4 months and beside that website they had Acapulco hotels and who knows what else - i even don't remember anymore. Some guy named Michael was responsible for communication, and what can i tell you is that they were exploiting us as no one ever did. I can tell you that they are far away from anarchism and anarchy - they are real capitalists, if you ask me!

Dollar Vigilante
Jun 2012 – Sep 2012
Project descriptionThe Dollar Vigilante (TDV) is a joint-venture publication founded by two respected free-market speakers and analysts in the financial sector, Jeff Berwick and Ed Bugos. Both Jeff and Ed consider themselves financial freedom fighters and have written extensively in the past about the ongoing and impending collapse of the US dollar based financial system. They joined forces to publish TDV, a publication and community for dollar crash survivors.

Great article,
So many famous anarchist on #steemit

At the beginning i though anarchist is a bad people, but after reading the history of international labour day, 8 famous anarchist sacrifice their live to liberating labour working time, in here
https://steemit.com/history/@politicasan2/haymarket-riots-the-origin-of-international-labour-day
I become interesting with anarchism and want to know more about it.

regard @politicasan2