Anarchism is the world around you devoid of the onslaught of wars, the centralized planning of human lives, and the kidnapping and caging of innocent people for victimless crimes.
From planting the seeds of freedom through peaceful parenting and engaging in counter-economics through agorism, anarchism is comprised of a community of individual people that value voluntaryism over coercion, rules without rulers, the non-aggression principle against the initiation of force, and freedom over statism. It is from this combination of consistent and moral principles that we find anarchy not as a place or destination, but as a way of life.
To be an anarchist is to have the courage, integrity, and dignity to stand up for ourselves and those we love and care about in our community in the face of government tyranny and social injustice, so that, one day, when we finally achieve real freedom, the next generation of humanity will never be forcefully born into the chains of tax slavery and the violent hegemonic culture of politics it creates.
As self-respecting individuals, we never beg for the freedoms that are rightfully ours since birth. We are not afraid to draw a moral line in our communities and say: Enough is enough. Violence ends with me. Can you say the same?