The Chaotic Oath of an Anarchist

April 1, 2010
I pledge no-legiance to any flag,
But will devout myself to all things spontaneous
That lead to nowhere but down the
chains of disaster.
I will strive to ‘just do,’ like the Joker,
Or breed mayhem like the infamous V.
I will challenge the world to stop me
From scathing it with an ever burning inferno
Inside the woods, the factories, the heart of men
And generations to come.
I will reach with my gauntlet into their minds,
And set a bomb that ticks, ticks, and ticks again
Until they finally implode
into their own Harvey Two-Face.
I will play with the masses’ emotion like a violin,
Then cut their strings and watch them struggle
To keep the last bit of sanity.
I will acknowledge that Anarchy has no banner,
No rules, no laws, no adherence to any principle
Or pact but this doctrine that I recite presently.
I will make sure there are many nations,
Under no one and divisible,
With liberty and true justice for all.

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Templar314 said...
Apr. 27, 2010 at 6:25 pm
Anarchism is largely misrepresented in today's world. It is mainly a peaceful philosophy with the goal of stopping the corruption that the state inevitably develops when government officials forget that their job is to serve rather than to be served; in essence, anarchism is a comprehensive civil rights movement. Anarchists generally do not want chaos, just a more natural and voluntary form of order. It is because of the few, hypocritical anarchists who do protest through destructive crime, and ... (more »)
Miles H. replied...
Apr. 28, 2010 at 2:47 pm
And the word 'gay' underwent the same sort of process as well. Goes to show what few destructive and noteworthy people/events can do to our language of today.
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