The 47 anarchists to be following on Steemit (Version 2.0, Fall 2017 Edition)

in anarchy •  14 days ago


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I wrote my original list: "The 40 Anarchists to follow on Steemit" almost a year and a half ago, and it seemed like a good time to do a 2.0 version, considering that there are quite a few new folks that fit the list perfectly, almost half of the original list have left/gone silent on the platform, the other one is so old that nobody's going to find it without digging through my old content, and of course our population of Steemians is more than 10x what it was back then, meaning there are a LOT of folks who are probably looking for good content creators to follow. Not to mention I've got more than 5 times the followers now that I did back then, so hopefully this list will get more views, and everyone on it will end up getting more followers.

The first version was more flashy, with each author having an image or video with their description, but a lot of people told me all that media was actually causing their computers to have an issue opening the post, so I went with just text this time.

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 :-)

Obviously I'm not totally un-biased, most of the folks on this list are my friends, though I have done my digging and searching, finding many other anarchist content-creators on our platform (many more on my original list were people I don't know, but they left the platform). With the ever-growing flow of content on Steemit, it's harder and harder to keep up, and I'm sorry if I missed you or some creator you greatly enjoy; please feel free to comment below if that is the case so people can find you/them.

I only included those who are still active (within the last week) on the main list, with another batch of less active folks down at the bottom of this post.

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Let's begin...


@adamkokesh

Introduceyourself

Many of you will already know Adam from his series Adam vs. The Man, his book FREEDOM!, or his hundreds of YouTube videos. He is an ex-marine, who joined the Iraq Veterans Against the War after his two tours of duty, and has been a full-time activist for the past decade. I've had the honor of cooking at Adam's 'Freedom Farm' for a few week long events, and am excited to see what comes of his Kokesh For Not President run in 2020, where he will the Libertarian Party's presidential candidate, on the platform of a peaceful, orderly, and responsible dissolution of the federal government. He is also the first (of many) folks on this list who speak at the annual Anarchapulco conference.


@aggroed

Introduceyourself

Aggroed is an enigmatic activist, the most community-activating witness, and a battle-rapper to boot! His current series: Peace Academy is awesome, he created the @minnowsupport project, the biggest community on our platform, and he does a LOT of work to support and promote the "little guys". Don't forget to give him a witness vote if you like what he's about.


@ashe-oro / @libertyepodcast

Introduceyourself

I just met Ashe in the comments of this post, though we gave presentations on the same stage at Anarchapulco last year. He is focused on "building rather than complaining", using entrepreneurship to empower & create abundance for ourselves. He's been posting quite a few well-thought out options for how to improve the Steemit experience recently as well.


@canadian-coconut

Introduceyourself

Your number 1 source for vaccine danger awareness, from her own posts and from her feed & following list, @canadian-coconut is doing great work on the platform, helping an important issue have a voice. She has also started the @familyprotection project with @markwhittam to help educate folks about the rampant kidnapping of violent gangs (calling themselves "governments") worldwide. Linda is "anarchist-leaning", but I feel like it's just a matter of time before she fully identifies with the term ;-) She's part of the @minnowsupport project as well, and usually available on their Discord server.


@catherinebleish

Introduceyourself

Cat is a traveling anarchist unschooling mama! You may also know her as The Homestead Guru, and her content is full of information to help you live a more sovereign life, including herbal medicine, DIY projects, permaculture, and much, much more.


@churdtzu / @paradise-paradox

Introduceyourself

This is the feed of the amazing Kurt David Robinson, a rapper, crypto-geek, truth-seeking australian ex-pat. Kurt has performed at all 3 years of the Anarchapulco conference, 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. At this point, he has been mostly posting from the account for his podcast: @paradise-paradox, but it's a good idea to follow both just in case.


@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 for over a decade. 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 :-) I highly, highly recommend his recent 2-part documentary series: "How Big Oil Conquered the World" & "Why Big Oil Conquered the World" (as well as the follow up "What is Sustainable Development"). I consider James to be one of the best journalists on the planet. His research is wonderful, he is constantly creating content, and he's not afraid to talk about anything.


@dannyshine

Introduceyourself

Danny calls himself a "social experimentist"; he's known most for his video content, which generally consists of him interviewing people on the street, getting into question battles with government muscle, and using megaphones in public areas to make sure people have no choice but to hear the truth. Entertaining & educational, such a wonderful combination


@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 3 books with @johnvibes: The Conscious Resistance: Reflections on Anarchy & Spirituality & Finding Freedom in an Age of Confusion1 & 2. For years, Derrick has been an investigative journalist, a community organizer, a musician, and an awesome human!


@doitvoluntarily

Introduceyourself

This guy is just awesome, posting well-made content on topics including CBD, gardening, NVC, 3D printers, and boxing. I've watched @doitvoluntarily go from a penny or two per post (when I posted the first version of this list), to consistently earning well.


@dollarvigilante / @jeffberwick

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. He's now using the TDV account for his podcast mostly, and has started using his personal account for things to do with his journey of healing.


@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 the 2016 Anarchapulco, and have enjoyed every bit content she's put here on Steemit! She's authored some great pieces about technology and anarchy, and we have her to thank in large part for @larkenrose joining us.


@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. She is a great source of content that will often make you laugh, and always make you think.


@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.


@erikaharris

Introduceyourself

Erika is another beautiful human that I have had the pleasure of connecting with during my annual journeys to Acapulco for the Anarchapulco conference. As I'm typing this post, I actually just left her place in Acapulco, after a couple of days of amazing conversation & sharing in each other's passion for life. Her blog covers a wide range of topics, including poetry, an interview show, and cannabis, which she is most passionate about. Erika is a big part of the shift that Anarchapulco has gone through, from that first year of focusing on crypto-currencies & the basics of the philosophy through to this upcoming 4th year including an ayahuasca ceremony, a health & wellness retreat, and talks on mindfulness, veganism, spirituality, and more.


@finnian

Introduceyourself

@finnian started the Liberty Professionals channel on steemit.chat, and has been supporting & connecting liberty-minded folks here on Steemit since he joined our platform. Among other things, he is a private investigator & a residential security expert, so his posts contain some wonderful tips to keep yourself safe and free of surveillance.


@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. His content covers a variety of topics, including cryptos, the importance of knowing your rights, and NH-based libery news


@hilarski

Introduceyourself

Randy is one of the original anarchists on Steemit, an expat, and a huge promoter of cryptocurrencies, including STEEM & Bitcoin. Besides wonderful content about travel & the cryptosphere, he's also a great source for some entertaining & insightful memes.


@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 at a young age, and his experiences there have led him to dedicate his life to reducing aggression in the world. He has covered a TON of topics, and some of his posts absolutely blew up, like "Is It Evil To Join The Military". He had actually been pretty inactive on the platform, but as I typed this up, he posted a new one: "Why I'm Against Age of Consent", so I figured I'd count him as active for inclusion purposes.


@johnvibes

Introduceyourself

John is an event organizer (including Free Your Mind Conference, where we met this Spring), a publisher, an author, a researcher, and an activist. He's authored 4 books, 3 of them with @dbroze. He is also a holistic & natural cancer-fighter; he is using diet, cannabis, and lifestyle changes to heal himself, while also sharing his journey publicly.


@joshsigurdson

Introduceyourself

Josh, of World Alternative Media, is one of our most prolific journalists here on Steemit, covering everything you can imagine. He's been uploading a LOT of content to Dtube, and keeping Steemit informed on all the up-to-date news that the news won't cover.


@joycamp-benny

Introduceyourself

If you like a nice dose of funny in your philosophy & conspiracy, then you must know the YouTube channel JoyCamp. From the TSA to chemtrails, from false flags to the surveillance state, they cover it all, and they're hilarious. Benny Wills is that curly haired "conspiracy guy" in all the videos, and he just joined us here on Steemit last week. Benny is an actor, an activist, a poet, and an anarchist, he's hilarious, insightful, and well-researched. His introduction was his first ever blog post, and he's ready for the Steemit community to help motivate him to create more world-changing content!


@juansgalt

Introduceyourself

Juan Galt is one of the key humans in the Anarchapulco community; he's a journalist, a philosopher, a traveler, and an all-around crypto-guy. 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.


@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! Definitely one of the most prolific anarchists on our platform, also super busy in the comments of many other folks' posts.


@kennyskitchen

Introduceyourself

Hey, this one's me :-) I've spent the last 29 months traveling Turtle Island, attending and being of service 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.


@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).


@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. Larken is another speaker at the annual Anarchapulco conference, so if you'd like to meet him, it's a great opportunity.


@layl

Introduceyourself

I met Cody through @juansgalt this past summer, and we immediately hit it off. He's a trainer, a writer, an anarchist, a father, and he's been building his STEEM empire quite well over the last year. He posts a lot of content about effective habits, reprogramming the brain, and the anarchist biker gang he's part of :-)


@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.


@lily-da-vine

Introduceyourself

John & Lilly are another pair of anarchists living in Acapulco, after going on the run for their ganja dealing in the USSA. They post about literally every part of their life: their garden, their work, philosophy, and much more. They're also spear-heading the forking of Anarchapulco & Steemfest, this winter in Acapulco.


@lukestokes

Introduceyourself

I've been following Luke since I joined Steemit, and he's consistently put out GREAT content about anarchy, the workings of Steemit, PorcFest, and success. When someone writes a post that I feel really needs some correcting or things they missed pointed out, Luke's that guy that it always seems has already left a comment.


@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. Every year, Luke does the Change Media University boot-camp at Anarchapulco.


@maxigan

Introduceyourself

You may recognize Max by the name of his radio show, The Crow House. He is an occult researcher, musician, artist, speaker, and much more. He covers every topic obscure & conspiratorial, and I know a LOT of folks who look to him as their go-to researcher.


@mikeonfire

Introduceyourself

Mike was one of the first anarchists to move to Acapulco, has hosted an amazing party after the conference each year (which I generally cater), and has been a big part of the expansion of the Octologue there. He creates a lot of content about building habits, trusting yourself, and expansion.


@pomperipossa

Introduceyourself

I met Linus at the 2016 Anarchapulco conference, had some amazing conversations, and by this year's, he had left Sweden and started living his life as an anarcho-minimalist traveler like myself. He is a self-identified anarcho-capitalist, and one of my favorite folks to enter dialectic with. He's been on Steemit for most of this year now.


@pressfortruth

Introduceyourself

Dan Dicks is one of the great journalists of this era, doing lots of amazing work, many times 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 he speaks every year at Anarchapulco, and has been on Steemit since early on.


@sashadaygame

Introduceyourself

Sasha Daygame started blowing up on the internet after putting up videos of himself hitting on women, then went on to do workshops & classes to help men gain self-esteem and get comfortable around women, and finally having a full-blown spiritual shaking by the Universe. He has since focused his work on helping people reach their highest levels in every way, creating the Infinite Man program. Sasha & I met at the second Anarchapulco conference, and this last year really connected & hit it off, even doing an episode of his Woke.AF podcast.


@scottermonkey

Introduceyourself

I met Scott last year during my time in Acapulco, leading up to the conference. He had just moved down from Texas, and immediately started a weekly Non-Violent Communication meetup in town. He is part of the team behind Voice & Exit, and he's created his own card-game, Play to Evolve, to help people learn & practice empathy & open communication. He posts about tech, philosophy, food, and life as an anarchist.


@sethlinson

Introduceyourself

Seth is a long-time Steemian, who works as an animator, and was one of the early anarchists to really blow up on the platform. He posts a couple of great series, like "Movies for Anarchists" & "Questions for Anarchists". I'm hoping to spark some collaboration between @sethlinson and @joycamp-benny, let's add some animation to JoyCamp's videos !


@steeminganarchy

Introduceyourself

Todd has been publishing original content non-stop since last September, including multiple novels. I really enjoy his Liberty Through Language series, as well as his satirical Interview with a Psychopath series. One of the most prolific anarcho-Steemians around!


@sterlinluxan

Introduceyourself

Sterlin is one of the premier anarchist intellectuals of our day & age, one of those guys I picture having at all my dream round-tables, and actually got to have a couple of those this past winter in Acapulco. 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.


@teamsteem

Introduceyourself

I would consider @teamsteem to be one of the best content creators on our platform, as well as my favorite witness, and an all-around great human being. He is a community builder, an anarchist, and a vegan (most people don't even know that one). He's written many amazing short novels (I kid... sort of) on the platform, and he does amazing work supporting a variety of projects including the @minnowsupport project. Give him a follow, and if you see a post come up from him but don't have the time to read it, it's definitely worth a bookmark.


@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 got a number of great journalists & activists on the team, and keep pumping out wonderful content.


@truniversal

Introduceyourself

My amazing friends Mike & Nicole just joined us here on Steemit (they're about to post their intro, so give them a follow so you don't miss it), and I'm excited to introduce them to our anarchist community. We met at @dbroze's For the Community Festival last year, I stayed with them on my journey south a few weeks later, they came down to Acapulco and stayed in the house I put together this winter, and I'm actually staying with them right now :-) They are a hip-hop/spoken word duo, translating the journey of awakening and stepping into your sovereign power into lyrics & beats.


@wearechange-co

Introduceyourself

We Are Change Colorado is one of, if not the largest chapter of We Are Change in the world, and has maintained a growing & changing membership, as well as it's activity level, for over a decade now. From it's monthly open mic night in Denver, to a years-long battle with the Denver Water Board to remove fluoride from the region, the group has been quite successful as activists and community-builders. As content creators, WRCC specializes in interviews with activists, documentarians, teachers, musicians, and various other world-changing humans.


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The Inactive Anarchists

These folks meet my criteria to be on this list, but simply aren't active on Steemit anymore. I recommend following them anyway, so you won't miss it if they come back to the platform.

| @anotherjoe | @ausbitbank | @bacchist | @barrycooper | @bitbutter |
| @dantheman | @derekareith | @earthpermit | @enric | @ericdjuly |
| @falkvinge | @finnian | @firstwords | @georgedonnelly | @jamiecrypto |
| @jaredhowe | @johnnyhurley | @jordanpagemusic | @kieranpearson | @laurenrumpler |
| @maceytomlin | @modprobe | @randyclemens | @rossulbricht | @robhustle |
| @scottiemac | @the-alien | @triberiseup |



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Nice work dude. Can't wait to do it all again soon ;)
And YES - the movement is making a difference.... with love in our hearts we can enter a truly new and wonderful reality ;)
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Thanks brother! I love using my platform to boost my family :-)

I feel so blessed to be here now, part of this massive paradigm shift!

Thanks for the shoutout, good idea on updating this :)

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You're very welcome!

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Keep up the good work lily!

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@lily-da-vine has some loyal followers! She is currently the top earner for comments on this post. She deserves it though for showing us what can happen when you let go and embrace #anarchy! I discovered the comment rank by using #picker http://pick.esteem.ws/

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I also thanks for your great Comment @lily-da-vine

Wow, thanks Kenny. This is a really great resource and it must have taken quite a bit of time to put it together. I'm honored to be included among so many amazing human beings. Resteeming.

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Of course brother! Thanks for all the content you create and work you do in the world :-) I've really enjoyed reading your work, and really have found you leaving the exact comment I've thought of many times before haha.

It definitely took hours and hours, but it was a lot quicker than the first one, where I tracked down images/videos for everyone too.

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Hi. I am writing about healt. I am giving so important informations. How about follow me? :)

Great job, though ausbitbank should be there too.

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AGREE!
Upvoting for visibility!

Good list

Wonderful post Kenny, such a great resource for those anarchists on the platform, as well as for anyone trying to on-board anarchist friends :-)

Up-voted & re-steemed for sure! @originalworks

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Hi kennyskitchen,
Nice work sir

Much appreciation for the mention, brother! And thanks for writing the kind of post that strengthens our community! Much love.

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Of course brother! It's my favorite kind to do :-)

Thanks for the list, already spotted some of my favorite Steemians here!
(upvoted for visibility.)

This is an outstanding list. Though I ain't familiar with most of the names on the list, I happen to have come in contact with works from @aggroed, @lukestokes and @dollarvigilante and they've been nothing short inspiring and informative.Thanks for putting this out.

Hey these are the pioneers here and we never heard thank you for the list if those anarchist I will follow each of them
Hopefully they will make steemit great again

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Wonderful, I love to see everybody actually get more followers from this :-)

Cheers brother. Much appreciated! Voluntary on!

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You're very welcome! Thanks for keeping up your wonderful content flow!

Thanks for the shout out! You know I appreciate all you do! Much love and respect to you!

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You're very welcome brother!

Thank you very much for the excellent research and post! I appreciate the shout out! :) Keep up the great work!
It's funny, I saw a few of my friends on this post and didn't even know they were on Steemit! Good to know!

Cheers and Steem on!

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You're very welcome, glad I can help connect such wonderful humans and help everyone create abundance while spreading the good word :-)

Good team! Nice list
Aanarchy is the mother of order!
Thank @kennyskitchen

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The mother of order. I've never heard that one, but I like it!

You can scratch any ancraps from that list and maybe you will find room for some more names,...

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I've got room for more, I've already added another since I posted it initially.

I don't buy into the false division of anarchists based on personal preference in lifestyle or which step of the transformation they focus on. (Anarcho-capitalism is the next step from corporatism, then we can evolve to a fully cooperative model once people are free to decide their own lives)

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We are at a pivotal moment.

I think i may be suffering from some burnout, i have been at this a long time.
Patience has never been my strong suit.
Half measures, and those that embrace their slavery because they are too lazy to free their minds, fray my nerves.

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I can feel that brother!

Just like any other change we wish to manifest, I find it extremely important to celebrate each step along the way, and everyone else who isn't in the same place as us, but is walking down the same path. There are a LOT of humans who want a version of Earth that is more balanced, more peaceful, more loving, more cooperative, healthier in every way... If they would agree that they all want those things (in which almost everyone agrees), and that the rest (level of technology, economic system, religious/spiritual beliefs) is all personal preference and can be decided individually and in community.

Let's get rid of the states as physical reality and the state as a culturally acceptable concept of human organization. Let's get rid of the banks as a physical reality and usury as a culturally acceptable form of interaction. Let's get rid of war, "corporal punishment" for children, corporations, and all the other direct forms of violence, coercion, and control (different manifestations of violation of another).

Once we get to that world, everything else can work itself out organically, peacefully, and in a decentralized way. This means there will be Rainbow communities, RBE communities, agorist communities, anarcho-primitivist communities, and yes, even anarcho-capitalist communities.

If you've followed any of my conversations with an-caps (or most folks who really like to self-identify as anything) I'm generally working to find the synthesis, the best of both opinions/options, the middle path as it were. (it often ends up with comment threads where an-coms are attacking me and comment threads where an-caps are.

We are in the millions. I'd reckon close to/over a billion are within a year or two of being there (less and less time the more we all cooperate & synergize the strengths of different archetypes), and the whole world is just a generation or two away from being fully realized conscious sovereigns, if we can just put down our adjectives and focus together on the steps we all agree should happen.

We're almost there. I don't know about you, but I'm excited, overjoyed to get to live in this time of paradigm shift. We literally get to have a personal hand in shaping the world of the future, through what we do, what we say, who we connect with, how we heal & integrate our traumas, what we show as an example for others...

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I'm with ya, not all of us have the leisure to do the reading, nor the good fortune to be in an environment conducive to learning from outside the paradigm.

Ironically, it is the breaking of the clearly stated rules that gets me riled up.
https://theanarchistlibrary.org/library/the-anarchist-faq-editorial-collective-an-anarchist-faq-07-17

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Thanks for that reference. I think it was sent to me maybe only once in all the discussions I've had on this topic regarding self-ownership, property rights, and the like. I have not read through all of it, but it's now bookmarked, and I surely will. I can appreciate how frustrating it must feel to have language and historical tradition subverted to mean something else entirely. I also see entrepreneurship, free value exchange, and the type of "capitalism" many I know appreciate might really only be possible, ethically, via the technologies which exist today such as blockchain cryptocurrency free from the nation-state. If that's true, we should start seeing more and more examples of it in reality. I look forward to reading through this more and hopefully writing on it more in the future to clarify some things for myself and those who use (and misuse) these labels in my community.

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That is only one section of the faq, there are many.

Too many that call themselves anarchists have no real clue what they are talking about, nor even that this has all been hashed out 150+ years ago.

Their brashness at 'making their own' rules often leads them down non and counter productive paths creating turmoil where none would exist if they had caught up with the rest of the class.

I can only lead you to the source.
You have to decide for you what to do with the knowledge available in the time available to absorb it.

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This is beautifully said. I've spent a lot of time arguing why I don't want governments controlling things and prefer a path of self-ownership leading to production of goods and services which can be voluntarily traded and enjoyed, even creating profit for creators to encourage more creation. I then get side-tracked into pointless debates about personal property, toothbrushes, justification for land ownership, involuntary wage-slavery which has nothing to do with my self-employed perspective, etc, etc... In this community, we all want a voluntary, peaceful, prosperous, free world. Just as you said, there are many paths to get there and many sub communities will enjoy completely different approaches because, even on a genetic level, our species is very diverse and prefers many different styles of living.

Love and respect for others is enough. We can get there with multiple approaches and even learn a bit about each other along the way.

Keep spreading the good word of decentralized progress while not compromising your universal principles or your personal preferences.

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And we can marry our cousins.

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Say what?

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I was rather pleased to see some ancaps on the list. It's one certain way to ensure that the echo chamber of traditional anarchism is avoided and some semblance of critical thinking still remains.

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I just lament the time wasted on half measures.
The enemies of anarchism slow the progress by such tactics.
Im getting grumpier about it, too.

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Well anarcho-capitalism is the only version of capitalism I have encountered that is logically consistent. At least internally. All the others have some sort of government, one way or another, that decides what the rest may or may not do. It's also the only version I know of that supports property rights. If you don't support property rights, you don't really support rights.

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Here, look at this and tell me what you think, just the chapter titles,...
https://theanarchistlibrary.org/library/alexander-berkman-what-is-communist-anarchism

All the others

Somehow I doubt that you have encountered 'all of them'.

Mine meets all them requirements, and can be summed up in keep working, stop paying, and rule by force is the disease, who and how are symptoms.
With those two axioms I resolve most of society's ailments, but nobody listens to me, because I hurt their little feelers, too much.

Good Post - I'll definitely have a run through some of the names that I haven't come across before. Except you've overlooked Crypto Nights! @alexmavor and I have been putting together our series for a couple of months now and are starting to pick up some traction. Something to keep an eye out for in 2018 ;)

Check us out and let me know your thoughts!
Anton

Thank you for those very kind words. I'm very flattered. Great list by the way on one of the most important topic of our time.

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You're very welcome brother! Excited to create another list to connect the anarchists and hopefully bring more to our platform :-)

The blanket term "anarchist" is no good anymore friend. You have to use the necessary language ancaps and voluntaryists away from antifa commie shitstains.

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If you look up in the comments a bit you'll find my conversation with freebornangel, where I gave pretty in-depth thoughts on that. I personally don't buy into the false dichotomies and identity politics. It amazes me how many seemingly intelligent, logical, and well-meaning people get sucked into the most basic of psy-ops.

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If you're a true anarchist, why would it bother you when other people aren't 'true' dyed in the red anarchists?

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I don't want to take away from the topic's objective, but the gentleman has a point. My friends defend individual liberty. Those are the people I'm looking to connect with, and those are the people who'll save the world.

You bastard ! I had so much shit to do today, now Im going to be glued to this list reading all day...my underwear is going to remain unwashed and my cat will starve. And YOU are responsible....
Thanks for posting this list, enjoy the rest of your weekend :-)

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Best comment! Thank you for that

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Those are really nice piece of content... Nice work

Thanks. I found a few in there I had not yet located. I look forward to hearing from them.

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Wonderful, glad I could expand your circle of creators a bit :-)

why 42 ?

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43 now haha. That's just how many I have/had :-) Now I want to come up with one more so it's 44.

There's really a lot more than that when you look at the list at the bottom that haven't posted recently.

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funny :)

I love how organized and unified anarchists are. :)
keeo on fighting the good fight for the future of our world

This is awesome, thank you! I joined this website both to share, and to read quality content, and it seems to contain a lot of it. Now i'll go work In the future, i hope to see myself on one of these lists :)

I'm new to Steemit but this list makes me feel it's the right place for me!

Thanks I followed a few who I wasn't following before such as catherinebleush.

What a nice post to basically shout out the community :) I will have to slowly check each profile out and so far some have resonated with me already! Thank you @kennyskitchen!

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I love doing big shout-out posts :-) Next 2 lists will be the "Vegans of Steemit" and "Alchemists/Energy-Workers of Steemit"

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Nice! will definitely keep a lookout, Its a good community here, supporting each other is key

Hey Kenny
Thanks bro. It's nice to get mention.
I'm still around, just not posting much. Lots going on though.
Keep up the good work.

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Hey Joe! I just saw you hadn't posted in quite some time :-/

Hope all is well in your world, would love to catch up a bit with what you're up to.

hmmmm...how did I not make this list? @ashe-oro and @libertyepodcast. Maybe b/c I concentrate on building biz rather than complaining abt the State?

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Because I've never heard of you, actually. I'll check out your content, though if I add you I'll be mentioning that you you suggested yourself by belittling others on the list :-P

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I don't care if i'm in your list or not. Complaining about the State is what the majority of Anarchists do. It catches a lot more attention than showing people how to build a biz, create value and build their freedom.

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I don't believe that's the case, at least based on my personal experience.

Having spent time with thousands of anarchists for the last 3 years, in a variety of settings, I've found that most of them are working on learning, bettering themselves, becoming physically sovereign (growing their own food, building their own homes, etc), and being happy.

Have you looked at the works of many of the people I listed? Lots of different kinds of activists present.

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I have. I really appreciate guys like Mike, Juan, Sterlin, Berwick and so many others. Just trying to figure out why anger sells more than building. Thanks for your feedback.

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Of course :-) I can understand the frustration with that trend, but it's all about where we're keeping our focus. I know a lot of content creators who are much bigger and don't do anything but empower folks (though most of them don't use the word anarchist either, or really self-identify at all).

Why anger sells more than building I would assume is just because it's emotionally triggering, so more likely to cause a reaction vs. a response.

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yep, i agree with you there. I've often wondered if using the label "anarchist" is constructive any more. Seems that ppl automatically assume it means destruction and chaos. Is it worth it to try to re-capture and re-define the word now?

I'm starting to think it's not, which is why I use "entrepreneur" now instead. That word hasn't been stolen from us yet.

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I don't use it except with others who I know are anarchists, or open-minded and truth-seeking enough to question into it (generally then accepting it for themselves haha).

Entrepreneur definitely is a positive trigger still in US culture at least, bringing up an image of the old American ideal of someone having an idea, putting labor into it, and finding success through it.

I generally either use a whole bunch of labels for myself (in a bio/intro post), or none at all (in conversations & such)

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I'm not angry and don't attempt to sell it. I know tons of liberty lovers who are quietly preparing and furthering the cause by their day to day actions. They are walking towards the same objective. We may not be on the same path, but we have the same destination. None of them are the angry type either.

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and who did I belittle? Specifically?

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You're making it sound as though all that "some others on the list" do is complain. Having gone through all the people on this list, and knowing many of them personally, I know that is not the case. You weren't specific, but rather made a general statement targeted at a whole group of people.

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if you want to argue semantics, then that's one thing. If you want to discuss the differences between building freedom by being an Anarchist (using positive energy) vs complaining and pointing out the ills of the State (typically negative energy) then that could be productive.

I know many of the list personally. The whole "building rather than complaining" is one of my passions. For example, check out my speech at this years Anarchapulco conference titled "Anarchy 3.0: Building Freedom Thru Entrepreneurship"

I do apologize if my comment came across as belittling. It wasn't intended so. I do get tired of many Anarchists using anger to build their brands. It's one thing to point out the evils of government, but another to belabor it.

Again, if you are going to caveat my name on your list, I'd rather stay out of any spotlight whatsoever and keep building instead.

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it is the case in my experience. Can you appreciate that maybe we've had different experiences? Can you see how I can make a statement about building vs complaining (without saying anyone's name) without it being a personal attack?

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I can totally see that. I did put a little emoji at the end of the sentence to show that it was more of a jest, I guess I should have put "jk" too.

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Thanks, Kenny. One thing I did notice at this year's conference was that many speakers (including myself) did concentrate on the relationship and compassionate approach of "ending the state". I owe Sterlin an old fashion as soon as I see him next year. If you drink alcohol, I've got your first one too.

I apprecaite that we could start off with a misunderstanding and then come back to understand each other's experience and perspective a bit better.

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I've noticed the generally energy/mindset of the conference getting better and better since the first one (imho at least). From being almost totally focused on crypto & the basics of the philosophy in 2015, to this year's event having talks on psychedelics, veganism, healing trauma, the Rainbow Gatherings (hey, that was me ;-P), and so much more (including plenty of crypto & philosophy)

I apprecaite that we could start off with a misunderstanding and then come back to understand each other's experience and perspective a bit better.

I absolutely love that, and it's one of my favorite parts of going to events like Anarchapulco, where I agree with most everyone on the basic moral principles, but have a very different version of what it looks like and how to get there.

I added you to the list, and I just said that we met in the comments of this post.

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thank you, just trying to do my part.

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Don't feel bad I have been on this thing from the early days and I still didn't make the cut. But why talk shit about the others? Oh wait, you always do that.

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I just added you Randy :-)

I have to admit, not only is tracking everyone down to include tricky, the closer I get to being done the less I try to find more people to include haha. Same thing happened the last time, but this go around I'm going to stay on top of it and keep adding people up until the 7-day mark.

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That's the beauty of these types of posts. They connect a lot of friends who didn't know each other beforehand. Thanks again for posting it. If any others do similar posts, I'd love to see them. In fact, we should perhaps make a special tag for it? I'd suggest #libertyprofessionals, but then... I'm biased. ha ha ;-) @grow-pro, you have your ears on?

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I do? Who do I ever talk shit about? Who's 1 person, Randy? How did I talk shit about anyone? I'm trying to change the topic of conversation away from pointing out problems to creating/building solutions.

Thank you for this! I literally just joined Steemit, and followed everyone on your list :-)

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Followed back. Welcome! I'll stop by in a few minutes to share some tips too.

cool people on the list, hopefully we are free someday!!

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Thanks for the mention. I just saw this post now. Brightened my week.....A LOT.

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Aww, damn. I must have just missed the cut-off at 44. :(

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I had you on my notes from last year, but when I went and looked at your posts for the last long while, it was mostly all about sports & STEEM contests, not exactly the kind of content for the larger anarchist audience I'm targeting this post at on other platforms. I'm using it largely as an on-boarder for new Steemians. Much love!

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But steem contest are life now.

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Good one.

Colorado anarchist here - perhaps we will one day meet f2f

I'm going to have to post more ancap content; I've been too focused on crypto/steemit to make the list.
Thanks for the wake-up call, Kenny. Great choices :)

Cool article, your Mises link is broken though FYI, followed you.

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Just fixed it, thanks for the comment (and the follow)!

If you people are interested, I would love mixting up with you! I am working up in community development and I strive to discuss new ways of building support and organizing means of self determination. See you around people!

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You people? What do you mean you people? :-P

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I'll bite. :)

I am new to steemit. I joined on seeing few good and encouraging posts or ads of some reputed, good earned Steemians. it has been 4 months completed since i Joined. Now i want to see their posts I found not even one since months together. They have good reputation, earning,
But why did they stop posts? I am still following them. One of the best examples is @trevonjb. Through him I learned good tricks and used good apps.

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They may be burned out or taking a break from the drama as I know I have been. I have mixed feelings about this place lately. It has soooo much potential, but I am not sure the current structure works well.

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why can't you suggest betterment?

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Many people already have. :)

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meaning hopeless to bring changes

wow incredibly

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Great update. I will definitely look into some of these.

Quite the list you have here........so glad I'm not on it..... Actually I might have been in my younger days but I have mellowed in my years. I go about things differently now. Change is not always a good thing.....

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That's unfortunate, at some point along the way you decided you don't own yourself?

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Oh I own myself.... don't think for a minute I don't .... I'll be the first one to fight for what I believe in and I will leave a mark......So don't misread my words.......

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Change towards individual liberty is always a good thing. The opposite is certainly always a bad thing at least, right? There are some absolutes in life--not many but some!

I'm pretty fed up lately too, and it sounds like you may be as well. I'm not out of the fight though, and I'll keep driving forward and affecting positive change. Please don't quit.

The world needs people like us to prevent it from becoming a totalitarian prison.

Thanks for this post. I am publicly libertarian, but self-identify as anarcho-capitalist. I believe minarchism under the Constitution is a milestone toward the ultimate goal of voluntaryism.

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I'd settle for peaceful dissolution of national governments as a start. ;-) @adamkokesh is driving towards that objective too.

I am always active, highly motivated and readable post, we continue to work for Steemit to grow.

nice, a great list of people to follow!

Pretty awesome post !

What about me?!!

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I've added you to my list. Up to 46 now :-)

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Thanks! Enjoyed your post. Great list!

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How are you, Danny? I was already following you, and it's good to hear from you.

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LLLLwell thanks

Not a bad list ...but better give some little guys credit ..... there are many other good bloggers here who don’t have the following

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There's lots of folks on my list with very small followings, and I've been adding more people to it as I find them.

For sure a good info. I am anarchist too :)

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It's good to see you in here too. How are you doing?

Thank's for your update news.

wow.. lots of people to follow @@.. hope one day, ill be in your list too ^^.. but that will take a long time for now i still have to build some credibility here

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Introducing yourself here is a great start. I've followed you!

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Just keep publishing, refining, and building connections, soon you'll be on lots of lists :-)

This is great, it's like a hit list of potential targets to get on my podcast ;) maybe next year I'll make the list!

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2 more lists coming up in the near future too: vegans to follow, and energy-workers/healers/alchemists to follow

I am an anarchist to but im so anachisttic that i would never call me one, case i dont think collectivist. But its a good attitude. And we need more anarchists !!!!!

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Haha, is that an anarcho-hipster?

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Im hip but im not part of any Group xD I think it's a good statement and even better when anarchism is lived. And since the term is very well-documented and produces many associations, I find that "without mastery" is more meaningful. But if you want to know for sure, I am me :)

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I'm already following a lot of the people on that list, but checking the rest out right now. Thanks for this!

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Wonderful, hope you enjoy them all :-)

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Wow! I've been looking for a post like this for quite sometime now.
Now I know some blogs to follow and learn one or more things on steemit.

Awesome post and research.

Thanks for it.

Happy Steeming

Thanks for the details about steemit. I want to know when the steemit has started?

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Steemit launched in April 2016

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thank you so muchto this informetion, if I get your cooperation, I can reach a much better place than steemit, can I help with a little bit of voting? @eliashossain

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At gunpoint to the head.

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Pay up or else!

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What have you done to get such a low reputation, @sojib24?

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how to solve it please tell me?

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Don't do what got you flagged. Spamming? Replying inappropriately? I have no idea what you did.

Thanks for the mention and for putting this together. I have some new people to add to my liberty professionals network! No, I haven't authored a post recently, but I'm still lurking and maintaining connections with friends.

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I know you are :-) To some extent the inactive part was an excuse to not have to type up another 20 paragraphs about people haha!

this information is what i ws looking for ! thank you bro

Larken Rose is definitely a must follow! :)

Thanks for making this comprehensive list. Will be following most of them, if not all.

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Awesome post...
Highly rEsteemed and Bookmarked.

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Posts like these are what make steem great!

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Honestly, they are, but then... It is hard to tell the genuine replies from the bots. I believe yours is real, but the one below seems to be a bot? I can't tell with certainty! haha

Thank you for this post!! I realized I am already following many of these people, but a few I never heard of! Thank you!! :)

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You're very welcome, Steem on!

How many of these are actual anarchists, vs capitalists who think they're anarchists because they don't like taxes and regulations or something?

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An anarchist being one who believes in sovereignty, that violence & the threat of violence should not be used except in self defense, that human interactions should be voluntary? That would be everyone on the list :-)

I'd love if you checked out my conversation with freebornangel, which is above this in the comments thread.

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I know the definitions of certain labels are a disaster these days, but the bottom line is whether they are for or against maximizing individual liberty. The people who are for maximizing it are my friends. Are you a friend?

This is a fine list of people to mute. Thank you.

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I have a general rule not to mute people, but.... man, this is a tempting case. LOL Hey, @liberosist, I'll fight for your individual liberty too whether you want it or not. /hug

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Cool story bro

Awesome, thanks for this list. As a newbie it gives me some intelligent people to follow :)

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That's one of my main goals with it :-)

I have just upvoted/resteemed and will be coming back to this wonderfully informative list when I have time to do it justice - thanks. I consider myself to be a wallflower anarchist and am about to crawl out from my rock. I come from a spiritual perspective having been contacted, and subsequently encouraged, by the spiritual realm to 'Lightwork'. Haven't written much yet but intend to get busy. Well wishes all xox

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Welcome! You would probably enjoy connecting with @michellecarter based on what you wrote. You two probably have a lot in common. I too am highly interested in the positive and negative energy aspects of life. There is truth there, but I admit to not fully understanding it.

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Thanks for the heads up Sir! There are many interpretations and variations of spiritual truth but they all, fundamentally, have the same basis. That said my spirit guides often tell me I ask too many questions and that there is much that I am not supposed to know! I too
do not fully understand :) Be happy and well xox

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