An•arch•ei noun One with no ruler.
I am an individualist, I accept that the collective does not exist. I am an atheist, I accept that gods cannot logically exist in reality. I am a voluntaryist, I accept the immorality of violent orderless social organisation. I am a vegetarian, I accept that killing animals is not in line with the non—aggression principle. I am also a fairly decent writer, photographer, web designer, and graphic artist. Read More

Reminder: Revenge and justice are not the same thing

Revenge, usually consisting of retaliation or punishment, is the violation of the rights of an individual who has committed rights violations in the past.

Justice is the safeguarding or restoration of rights, either through self-defence in the moment of aggression to the point necessary to end the violation of rights, or by compensating the victim commensurate with the enormity of the rights violation they endured.

Put simply: Revenge is an attempt to right a wrong with another wrong, whilst justice is the righting of wrongs.

Reminder: Revenge and justice are not the same thing
Revenge, usually consisting of retaliation or punishment, is the violation of the rights of an individual who has committed rights violations in the past.
Justice is the safeguarding or restoration of rights, either through self-defence in the moment of aggression to the point necessary to end the violation of rights, or by compensating the victim commensurate with the enormity of the rights violation they endured.
Put simply: Revenge is an attempt to right a wrong with another wrong, whilst justice is the righting of wrongs. Reminder: Revenge and justice are not the same thing
Revenge, usually consisting of retaliation or punishment, is the violation of the rights of an individual who has committed rights violations in the past.
Justice is the safeguarding or restoration of rights, either through self-defence in the moment of aggression to the point necessary to end the violation of rights, or by compensating the victim commensurate with the enormity of the rights violation they endured.
Put simply: Revenge is an attempt to right a wrong with another wrong, whilst justice is the righting of wrongs. Reminder: Revenge and justice are not the same thing
Revenge, usually consisting of retaliation or punishment, is the violation of the rights of an individual who has committed rights violations in the past.
Justice is the safeguarding or restoration of rights, either through self-defence in the moment of aggression to the point necessary to end the violation of rights, or by compensating the victim commensurate with the enormity of the rights violation they endured.
Put simply: Revenge is an attempt to right a wrong with another wrong, whilst justice is the righting of wrongs. Reminder: Revenge and justice are not the same thing
Revenge, usually consisting of retaliation or punishment, is the violation of the rights of an individual who has committed rights violations in the past.
Justice is the safeguarding or restoration of rights, either through self-defence in the moment of aggression to the point necessary to end the violation of rights, or by compensating the victim commensurate with the enormity of the rights violation they endured.
Put simply: Revenge is an attempt to right a wrong with another wrong, whilst justice is the righting of wrongs.

Reminder: Revenge and justice are not the same thing

Revenge, usually consisting of retaliation or punishment, is the violation of the rights of an individual who has committed rights violations in the past.

Justice is the safeguarding or restoration of rights, either through self-defence in the moment of aggression to the point necessary to end the violation of rights, or by compensating the victim commensurate with the enormity of the rights violation they endured.

Put simply: Revenge is an attempt to right a wrong with another wrong, whilst justice is the righting of wrongs.

Without Government Who Would Start The Wars?


Note: You can purchase a
printed copy of this poster in various sizes from my RedBubble store.

I made this after seeing the phrase on Tumblr. The image of the bomber is based on something I found on OpenClipArt, altered slightly with my vector graphic skills.

Project: Posters


Without Government Who Would Start The Wars?
Note: You can purchase a printed copy of this poster in various sizes from my RedBubble store.
I made this after seeing the phrase on Tumblr. The image of the bomber is based on something I found on OpenClipArt, altered slightly with my vector graphic skills.
Project: Posters

Without Government Who Would Start The Wars?


Note: You can purchase a printed copy of this poster in various sizes from my RedBubble store.

I made this after seeing the phrase on Tumblr. The image of the bomber is based on something I found on OpenClipArt, altered slightly with my vector graphic skills.

Project: Posters


Thomas Sowell

Another quote has found its way to one of my posters.

Project: Posters


Thomas Sowell
Another quote has found its way to one of my posters.
Project: Posters

Thomas Sowell

Another quote has found its way to one of my posters.

Project: Posters


Don’t Tread On Me


Note: You can purchase
printed copies of these posters in various sizes from my RedBubble store.

I realised that I had done a poster for the porcupine but not one for the snake, so here it is. I spent ages vectorising the snake, trying to get it looking right (still not sure if I accomplished that goal but whatever). The second poster was inspired by the layout on laliberty's blog. I also redid some wallpapers with the new snake design.

Project: Posters


Don’t Tread On Me
Note: You can purchase printed copies of these posters in various sizes from my RedBubble store.
I realised that I had done a poster for the porcupine but not one for the snake, so here it is. I spent ages vectorising the snake, trying to get it looking right (still not sure if I accomplished that goal but whatever). The second poster was inspired by the layout on laliberty's blog. I also redid some wallpapers with the new snake design.
Project: Posters
Don’t Tread On Me
Note: You can purchase printed copies of these posters in various sizes from my RedBubble store.
I realised that I had done a poster for the porcupine but not one for the snake, so here it is. I spent ages vectorising the snake, trying to get it looking right (still not sure if I accomplished that goal but whatever). The second poster was inspired by the layout on laliberty's blog. I also redid some wallpapers with the new snake design.
Project: Posters

Don’t Tread On Me


Note: You can purchase printed copies of these posters in various sizes from my RedBubble store.

I realised that I had done a poster for the porcupine but not one for the snake, so here it is. I spent ages vectorising the snake, trying to get it looking right (still not sure if I accomplished that goal but whatever). The second poster was inspired by the layout on laliberty's blog. I also redid some wallpapers with the new snake design.

Project: Posters


Sy Leon, None of the Above: Why Non-Voters Are America’s Political Majority

Your local grocer would be laughed out of business if he whined that his customers were ‘apathetic’ because they refuse to buy his rotten bananas. But the politician whines in the same way when he charges people with apathy because they won’t buy his rotten promises.

Nineteen Eighty-four


Note: You can purchase a
printed copy of this poster in various sizes from my RedBubble store.

I’ve been sitting on the idea of doing some Orwellian themed posters for a while, just haven’t been able to arrange them properly until now. Went through several different variations before settling on this one.

Project: Posters


Nineteen Eighty-four
Note: You can purchase a printed copy of this poster in various sizes from my RedBubble store.
I’ve been sitting on the idea of doing some Orwellian themed posters for a while, just haven’t been able to arrange them properly until now. Went through several different variations before settling on this one.
Project: Posters

Nineteen Eighty-four


Note: You can purchase a printed copy of this poster in various sizes from my RedBubble store.

I’ve been sitting on the idea of doing some Orwellian themed posters for a while, just haven’t been able to arrange them properly until now. Went through several different variations before settling on this one.

Project: Posters


Henry Hazlitt, Marxism In One Minute

The whole gospel of Karl Marx can be summed up in a single sentence: Hate the man who is better off than you are. Never under any circumstances admit that his success may be due to his own efforts, to the productive contribution he has made to the whole community. Always attribute his success to the exploitation, the cheating, the more or less open robbery of others.

Never under any circumstances admit that your own failure may be owing to your own weaknesses, or that the failure of anyone else may be due to his own defects — his laziness, incompetence, improvidence, or stupidity. Never believe in the honesty or disinterestedness of anyone who disagrees with you.

This basic hatred is the heart of Marxism. This is its animating force. You can throw away the dialectical materialism, the Hegelian framework, the technical jargon, the ‘scientific’ analysis, and millions of pretentious words, and you still have the core: The implacable hatred and envy that are the raison d’être for all the rest.

"Freedom Is Love" Stickers

Just added these to my Redbubble store. They don’t look quite right on a white background but when printed as stickers they look fine.

"Freedom Is Love" Stickers
Just added these to my Redbubble store. They don’t look quite right on a white background but when printed as stickers they look fine.

"Freedom Is Love" Stickers

Just added these to my Redbubble store. They don’t look quite right on a white background but when printed as stickers they look fine.

Newsflash: Positions of authority attract scum

eltigrechico:

It should not be surprising that people with a lot of hate and anger (especially towards minorities) would be attracted to the police department, which would afford them many chances to physically intimidate, dominate, harass, beat, and even kill them with impunity.

It should not be surprising that bad people are attracted to positions of power.

Teddy Roosevelt once got in an argument with his girlfriend and took out his anger by shooting his neighbors dog, Lyndon Johnson once tied a stick of dynamite to a dog and blew it up.

Nobody should be surprised when people in positions of power “turn out” to be the absolute scum of the earth.

Filing this under: Der and/or hello?

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