“The freedom of all is essential to my freedom.” — Mikhail Bakunin, a great Russian philosopher, revolutionary anarchist, and founder of collectivist anarchism (1814 – 1876)

Anarchism and “national-anarchism” — what is all this ideological rumpus? Where is the main difference? — Anarchism is always the Anti-system. National-anarchism is the same System, but already as the exotic and occult “will to power”. It is always “a systemic ideological product”, “a revolutionary fake”, “a secret thing of shame”.

It is all too ancient True! In case of first need of a holy Yes to Life: Shunya of Chaos will destroy any order of the System. In case of second need of a holy Yes to Life: Chaos of Shunya will destroy any anarchy of the Anti-system.

Id est: सभी कुछ ब्रह्म है + शून्यक्रांति + निरपेक्ष क्रांति।

In point of fact: anarchy is but the Stepmother of Order, but Shunya [the Void] is the Mother of anarchy and of Chaos simultaneously, as well as the Father of each Order as such. It is very-very complex rebellious genes and the most enigmatic lineal/collateral consanguinity.

In other words: Shunya is Nothing to Power! Therefore “anarchism” and/or “national-anarchism” is always doomed to be beaten up.

In other words: शून्य + शून्यता + शून्यक्रांति = निरपेक्ष क्रांति।

We need only those types of Creative Aggression, which capabilities to simultaneously Surpass any forms of ‘order’ and ‘chaos’. Even if Anarchy were to disintegrate into millions of ‘freedoms’, and even if the Order were to divide into billions of ‘subduals’ ― even then all this ‘a treacherous charm’ we must Destroy. Id est: the Unique and True Absolute Revolution for a holy Yes to Life ― it is Not being simply the Sacred Order of Chaos or the Sacral Chaos of Order, but fastened together ― with Strongest Blood! ― the Will to Power of all ever irremediably lost instinctive forces and lives At Once.

Is that so? Undoubtedly!

“As True Absolute Anarchy always with admiration listened only to Azsacra Zarathustra, Absolute Anarchy was swept by a wildest irresistible desire to throw miserable Troy Southgate to the winds and go away with unpredictable Azsacra Zarathustra forewer… to the end of one’s days. Yeah! Exactly so! Anarchy and Troy as well as Anarchism and Southgate might easily and happily have lived to the end of their days without one another.” — K. S. Prichard, Anarchist paraphrase


“If there is a State, then there is domination, and in turn, there is slavery.”

“Freedom, morality, and the human dignity of the individual consists precisely in this; that he does good not because he is forced to do so, but because he freely conceives it, wants it, and loves it.”

“To revolt is a natural tendency of life. Even a worm turns against the foot that crushes it. In general, the vitality and relative dignity of an animal can be measured by the intensity of its instinct to revolt.”

“In a word, we reject all …”

Mikhail Bakunin