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Awesome: 'Libertarianism, Anarchism, and Society with Voluntary Self Go...' by CptHamilton
Just because it's awesome and relevant, some anarchist graffiti in Cairo:
You'll also see the slogan ACAB painted all over the place too. Meaning "all cops are bastards." It's popular among anarchists as you might expect.
I do believe we just got "I have no idea what you're talking about, so here's a bunny with a pancake on its head"-d.
I wish. We got, like, some kind of ballet vs. hazmat suit scrawl, thing. I'm not really an 'art guy' but I'm not getting the anarchist context here.
Lemme fix that for him.
Oh, now I get it.
The pancake is The State. The rabbit is our freedom. That drawer is society. The carpet is nature.
It all makes sense now.
No, no, no. The carpet is the State, because it is always underfoot. The bunny is man, who only wishes to run free and whose nature is to be defenseless in the eyes of war because he is noble and fuzzy. Man's claws, meant only for gaining traction, become enmeshed in the fibers of State. Thus the Pancake of Force Monolopization descends, crushing the Ears of Freedom which would, otherwise, naturally stand proud from the noble brow of bunny-Man.
The drawer is representative of the conflict between man's own desire for self-destruction and his biological imperative to procreate, but I'm afraid that the symbolism of the wicker is more than I have time to go into right now.
Hey, you're that guy with me in your sig. -- (was: 'Jesus, people. This thread is like a running gunbattle with stupid bullets.' -- OptimusZed)