Anarchism: chaos or brotherhood

Anarchism: chaos or brotherhood

George Orwell’s novel “homage to Catalonia” was translated by Muhammad Muzahir’s as “Spain mai awami jang”, at the end of this novel he wrote a dissertation in which he said that Lenin was the supporter of this idea, this is an idea with which the majority of communists probably agree, this is an idea with which the majority of communists would probably agree: "When the working class will achieve its goal, then the state will be dismantled." That is, the apparent state, based on the power of the workers, will give way to what is called the "free organization" of society. This is the free organization of society advocated by anarchism. Kropotkin, its most important thinker, defined it as a principle or philosophy of life and motto under which a society without government is believed to exist. It is achieved not by harmony in society, submission to the law, or obedience to an authority, but by free agreements between different regional and professional groups.

From an economic point of view, anarchism equates its position to world communism. What Kropotkin described as follows: "Everything is the property of everyone, and if man, woman is willing to contribute to the production of things needed, he will also have the right to share in everything that is produced that anyone has created." Now the question that arises is that isn’t it necessary to have some form of government so that everyone gets a fair share? The anarchist answers in the emphatic negative, which is contrary to the ideals of any communist. His rebuttal also includes the fact that the most important stipulation of governments to date has been that the share remains unfair. Or is it not necessary to have a government?

As far as authoritarian and aristocracy are concerned in today's state, it is used by a few as a tool to protect their unjust monopolies. While all these things are owned by everyone in the eyes of justice. Therefore, the state cannot be mobilized to eliminate the monopolies that it itself is the watchdog of. It therefore follows that unless the state is replaced by some other organization (but not the state), since the state cannot obtain the opinion of the people on any given issue. Therefore, if he is to avoid the charge of coercion, he will have to conduct business through representative government. Thus, the theory of representative democracy is concerned with electing a large majority of people to choose a limited number of people to represent them and fulfill their wishes for a fixed period of time. But no individual can fully represent another individual. A representative government is therefore a government of persons who have enough knowledge in all matters to enable them to carry out any task. Anarchism therefore calls for a surprising degree of attention and advocates the rule of experts rather than the rule of clumsiest. The state should not be replaced by any other organization that could not eliminate capitalists and private property. The state cannot be usurped nor can it be used to usher in a new era of society as some socialists say.

A meeting of victims should be convened to resolve the issues and temporary representatives should be appointed to express the opinion formed as a result of the discussion on a particular issue. As soon as the people's opinions are taken on the relevant issue, announce it to the concerned people. They should then cease to consider themselves representative, in no case shall the delegate have the power to make any law other than the single matter for which he has been elected a delegate. Exercising power over other people inevitably corrupts even the best classes. It makes them selfish, arrogant, tyrannical, and oblivious to their own interests who hold this position of authority. Because the use of force in the system of government, which separates natural friends and divides them into rival nationalities. Thus from the Anarchist point of view internal strife and external war are due to the existence of "government," are the words of the Anarchist speaker at Mr. Dickinson's Modern Symposium. Government means coercion, lawlessness, misguidance and tyranny while anarchy means freedom, unity and love. You will question how education will be delivered. If the majority of the workers were given adequate leisure to educate each other, those among them who have a passion for teaching would be anxious to educate others and the number of voluntary educational institutions would increase rapidly. And they will be willing to take lessons from each other in order to establish high teaching standards, says CEM. So it is necessary. Kropotkin says that stagnant armies are always defeated by storming armies, history is a witness. Such attacks have been perpetrated by the Rotharek itself, which the state has not interfered in organizing. Such as the French Revolution, the Paris Revolution and the Spanish Revolution etc. Although the Paris Revolution and the Spanish People's War were defeated, they were not counter-revolutions as some Communists claim. Counter-revolution takes place on behalf of the people, while the Paris Commune was attacked by the French and German army and the Russian army massacred Spain, it was not a counter-revolution.

CM Jod says that till now the state has failed to protect the citizens from bad people, rather the state gives birth to bad people. Through this, poverty drives people to crime, the cause of this poverty is a corrupt and inefficient economic system, then punishes these people by putting them in jail, thus making them criminals, which makes it impossible for them to get honest employment in the future. Mr. Louis Dickinson's speaker says that the structure of society will be based on the smallest association, whether it is a village or a factory, and believes that the fabric of the rest of society will then be organized from this basic building and unit. There will be rare conflicts of interest and incidents of disagreements will be negligible. It is competition that gives rise to jealousy. Eliminate competition and see how the friendly nature of man grows and deepens, until every alien group is considered a friend instead of being feared and looked down upon as a rival. Then the subtle feelings of freedom and sociability will touch limits that no one has yet dreamed of.