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Prince Pyotr Alexeyevich Kropotkin - The Emergence of Anarchism

This article is just a reflection just to find similarities and contradictions between Now and Then

Prince Pyotr Alexeyevich Kropotkin was a Russian activist, scientist, and philosopher, who advocated anarchy as the ultimate political goal.

"We know that no people is for now morally prepared to proclaim anarchy and live in it, and the citizen the virtues necessary to live within your rights without violating the rights of others. These virtue's the people acquire them by teaching and example of superior men who have at heart the advent of anarchism, that is, of absolute freedom, and only restrict it the freedom of others."

Kropotkin was a proponent of a communist society free from central government and based on voluntary associations between workers
Kropoktin, one of the first anarchists , who thought that at the time (1892) the only way to reach anarchism was through the communist revolution
"How then can one doubt that one day the instruments of production were returned to all, the task to be done in common and work, then recovering the place of honor in the produce company more than necessary for everyone - to doubt that this trend (already so powerful) action sphere widens even become the principle of social life?"

His big question was "How to want to evaluate the part that it is up to each of the riches that all help to accumulate?? "

There is a big difference between Revolt and Revolution . The former is the destruction o the System by violence and chaos, without alternative or a group of Ideals or Direction.

The latter is a change in the "State of Things" and it can be violent and disruptive or peaceful .
If the Revolution is violent and disruptive, in the beginning it leaded by a set of Ideals to replace the Power by another Class of still centralized Power , that with time goes from Idealistic to became an Institution, that imprison and imposes new Rules to the ones that don't crawl in the ladder of the new instance Power.

But Nakamoto showed us the new way for a Big Revolution or Re-Evolution by peaceful means, using Science to creating the Singularity of The Blockchain, that will show in time the Obsolescence and Dissolution of the Structures of Power and State Doctrination - see the video below to understand this process.
Science is replacing the use of Violence, Guns and Blood to impose new systems of Authority, with the emerging of a new decentralized society

"According to these indications, we believe that our first obligation, when the revolution has broken the force that sustains the current system, you immediately realize communism: Anarchist Communism without government - the free men. It is the synthesis of the two ends pursued by humanity economic and political freedom".

"Every society which has abolished private property will be forced, we maintain, to organize itself on the lines of Communistic Anarchy"
How want to evaluate the part that it is up to each of the riches that all help to accumulate?
"Anarchy leads to Communism, and Communism to Anarchy, both alike being expressions of the predominant tendency in modern societies, the pursuit of equality."

We will mention in future articles about the contributes to anarchism other activists/anarchists like Mikhail Bakunin, Pierre Joseph Proudhon, Enrico Malatesta, Élisée Reclus and Emma Goldman
This video of "The four pillars of a decentralized society" by Johann Gevers @TED

Citations from "The conquest of Bread" (1892) by anarcho communist Peter Kropoktin,

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Very interesting! Thanks!