May 24, 2012
Keith Preston discusses the concept of tribal anarchism. Topics include:
- The origins of the political philosophy of anarchism and its critique of the state as a uniquely and inherently parasitical institution;
- The three major traditions within anarchism: the leftist-socialist tradition, the Anglo-American libertarian tradition, and elitist-individualist “anarchism of the right”;
- The many different sects and tendencies within anarchism and how the meta-political theory of tribal anarchism allows for a synthesis of these divergent strands;
- How anarchism might work on a practical level and how common objections to the anarchist viewpoint might be answered;
- How anarchism properly understood is a polar opposite political philosophy to the prevailing totalitarian humanist ideology of the existing Western ruling classes;
- Why the Left is currently a greater threat to anarchism than the Right and how “political correctness” is a continuation of the tradition of authoritarian leftism associated with Marxism.
13 MB / 32 kbps mono / 0 hour 56 min.