Anarchism, as a political thought is mostly misunderstood today as it was in the early 20th Century upon it’s popular inception. Whilst, it is often haphazardly thrown into the same political cauldron as Socialism and Communism, in reality- or realistic, in theory it has little to do with the former. Anarchism, as a political theory has been an academic and personal interest of mine for over 15 years. I finished my MA on the Italian Anarchist Antonio Gramsci and his train of thought has been intriguing ever since. Over the years, whilst quietly struggling with my daily life and my thoughts on this school I have quietly come to appreciate the idea of Free Market Anarchism and this is something I have often spoken to Le Messie from False about. For anyone interested in some serious thinking, I recommend reading up on this.
My friend in Shion recently conducted in an in-depth interview with Le Messie about the above topic and his creative endeavor, Original Anarchist.