Yeah... again, that's the "anarchist box" that supposedly doesn't exist. I'm sure being a non-FP doesn't help things, either.Its interesting to me because a lot of people who are only superficially acquainted with my thinking about politics will be pretty dismissive of my thinking as unreflective, emotive, reactionary but I've pretty much read every single source and author in the entire left wing lexicon from when I was about fourteen or earlier. I then read a lot of the very good underground magazine material which came out of what happened in the early to mid ninties in the UK, the changes which brought about "new labour" also had their parallel in radical circles.
Curious... it would make sense, actually. I'd love to here more about this. Also.. what is the McLibel trial?I remember someone refering to it as the "left over left, left behind left and left out left", its only half a joke. The amount of stuff I've read about how much of the left wing activity in the UK protest scenes in nineties from the McLibel trial, anti-fascist action, roads protests, reclaim the streets and afterwards, was actually one way or another influenced by police infiltrators directly or indirectly is shocking.
I looked up that Rebel Sell book. It argues against the notion of rules being oppressive. Interesting. That may be a book for me.