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Anarchism is always revolutionary. It is not ideology, but composed of countless struggles. It is struggle that sanctifies anarchism, but some have reversed it. Those who dress anarchists as saints or good ideologies only create herds and naturalized clowns.

But on the other hand, I am not alone in finding the same moral imperative in Stirner's individualism, dominated by an individualistic rationalism. Because of this tendency, it regards freedom as a kind of morality and is worthy of action, sacrifice and defense. It was made by Stirner's German believers, but it didn't fit Steiner's intention. Because it became idealism and made new idols.

So these two trends, in my opinion, are complementary pairs of contemporary civil society. And their development always stays in the established discourse given by history. So that's why we need to think about some of the current situation. It's not a reflection, it's a penetrating force of thought to figure out how things work.

Obviously all this is difficult, but since the world has fallen to such a degree, we have no reason to give up.

According to Heraclitus, struggle and war are the father of all things. But don't let us understand it as a kind of stupid fascism. Self struggle is also a struggle. The anarchist revolution is an invisible war. There are no heroes or cowards in war. A hero in line with the expectations of the masses often comes from vulgar imagination or historical moral deletion. Just like the story of Theseus saving Ariadne: Heroes and cowards have different opinions in the eyes of different people. Theseus is a typical hero, but after foreseeing the disaster in his dream, he timidly left Ariadne and fled.

In my opinion, many people don't realize what revolution means, or what it means to be strong. The hero in the movie only caters to the herd morality, while a revolutionary is the one who tries to tear everything apart.

Modern people tend to forget their contributions to war. An analytical mind is more important than ideological dogma. Compared with "do gooders", Sun Tzu's art of war is more worthy of learning. Although Machiavelli served the monarch wrongly, some of his judgments were correct.

So this is revolution. It's not to say that we can do everything without principle, but to make us stronger and more beautiful. A strong and beautiful person has principles.