Author Archives: hpwombat

Columbus Anarchy

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Communist Anarchy

So I’ve lately been thinking about communism again. As many know, I identify as many things, though most strongly identify as a nihilist anarchist as far as which team I’m on. I’d prefer “anarchist theorist” more than anything since that is the most accurate, but that is less what I am and more what I […]

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Anarcho-Primitivism

As some people know, I’ve lately come to refer to myself as an anarcho-primitivist. This is to note a participation in the milieu and a desire to connect with other anarcho-primitivists. But also, more importantly, this is to show a desire to participate in the discourses of anarcho-primitivism as well as its practices. Since anarcho-primitivism […]

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Pulling Together Ideas

Lately I’ve been considering who I am. Not so much based on confusion or nihilism, but more based on pulling together a large array of possibilities to create a presentation of thought. I’ve come closer to calling myself an anarchist theorist, while at the same time feeling more like an anarcho-primitivist. I suppose I could […]

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Starting Thoughts on Maniac Gangs

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Where I Stand

I am for work abolition and consider myself to be a work abolitionist. I am for flexible tactics, but this also means talking about and criticizing tactics in the times they are occurring and if they are producing the kinds of results I am looking for….

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Moving Forward

Moving forward is something I’m accustomed to doing. Anarchist Aging and Burn Out was the topic of the week for Anarchist News and I’m not really burnt out anymore, at least I’m not burnt out with anarchy. I’ve for a long time rejected the anarchist scene and for plenty of reasons I still feel pretty […]

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More Thoughts On the Work Abolitionist League

So this is a response to my post on the Work Abolitionist League. At the time I was trying to think of another approach that would still be work abolitionist but from a direction that is not so sided with illegalist approaches, which is where I come at anarchy from. I already was trying to […]

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Federalism

Among people, I am an inclusive federalist. Recently I was reading Lawrence Jarach’s

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Real Positioning

I’ve been thinking about my real positioning. Typically I don’t like hard positioning as I prefer to learn and be flexible, though I do come off as having hard, real positioning when others that aren’t “my” kind of anarchist come around. I like testing the waters, sometimes taking deliberately bad steps forward down the wrong […]

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Being Cosmopolitan

I never really thought about my ideal group, but then I realized that most of my groups are an ideal group for me. I have typically crossed boundaries more than I have stuck with homogenous groups. When I think of who impressed on me my values for how I group early in life, I think […]

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DickPro To Go

Well, some of you may know sometime around the early 2000s I coined “dickpro” for dictatorship of the proletariat, which caught on briefly before people blew it off once they realized it wasn’t an actual thing, just me being silly. For me, the concept makes a great deal of sense, but seeing as it isn’t […]

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Work Abolitionist League

Beginning Thoughts on the Work Abolitionist League Purpose: To offer a open, explicit direction for a work abolitionist group to exist outside the activist frame of mind and scene ghettos which far too often absorb people into any variety of deferments to the abolition of work, that is wage slavery, all other forms of slavery […]

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The Wanton Wanderer

This was originally to be a group effort. The Wanton Wanderer Society was going to be my strong re-entrance with praxis oriented anarchy. Being that my former partner was showing no strong interest in sharing the weight of the project, I figured it was time to concentrate on individual efforts again. I have a wishlist […]

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Starting Young

So I start my new project alone. I had initially wanted to work with my usual partner in activity, but I feel I can carry the weight of the project better until I find others that want to share the weight rather than just walk with me, watching me carry the weight, but not caring […]

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Clean Up

This blog is currently undergoing a clean up. Some old drafts that weren’t finished were published just because they were sitting for years. I doubt anything worthwhile can be found in any of my archives. Once I have time to move everything around and pull these from the news feed (probably make each post into […]

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University Sports

Introduction To understand the praxis heterodoxy I am experimenting with it is good to understand “Contribution to a Situationist Definition of Play”. There are other S.I. documents of importance regarding ludic activity and give more detail as to what the S.I. means by “play”. However, this is good for understanding an initial approach to its […]

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The Empire of the United States vs. the World

Here is something to debate. At the moment, given the data, we appear to be gearing up for a very large scale, population destroying war. Eugenics vs. fears of collapse. The energy crisis and the population crisis are interlinked and are by far the most important problems facing the world. The benefits of science and […]

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Itinerants

Looking at anarchist primitivism, I want to add a contribution to the discourse. Anarchist primitivism has a reduced number of written contributions the past few years and most that have wanted to make an anti-civilization contribution have done so outside of the tendency. I think what anarchist primitivism may lack is an understanding of how […]

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Being Awesome

I seem to do well for myself. Though I do accept that perhaps I don’t test myself, what life has handed me isn’t that bad. I enjoy my job, the friends I have, the stuff I do. I don’t feel like I struggle to take care of bills, rather I struggle to find interesting things […]

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