Guest Writer for Wake Up World
Many a reader will equate anarchy with “lawlessness” and “chaos,” while others know quite well that the true meaning of “anarchy” is simply “anti-archon,” “anti-rulers.” In fact, anarchy equates to complete freedom within the three Laws of Ethics — that individuals do not harm others, do not damage the property of others, and do not use “fraud or mischief” in contracts . And in fact, the word “chaos” does not mean “pandemonium,” which is what most seem to think it does. Chaos has an underlying structure that emerges with time. With sound seed parameters, human chaos can emerge quite beautifully and functionally.
No matter how you cut it, having someone (rulers, “leaders,” “elected officials,” etc.) dictate what others may and may not do outside the three Laws is the antithesis of freedom. From the “benevolent” to the tyrannical, any who claim any “authority” to dictate to others are removing freedom, creating “subjects” who might even think they are free, and mostly happy. But inherent in this “authority” is the power over others, of course, and power over others draws psychopaths far more than it does the ones that are heart-driven.
Psychopaths get quite good at moving us with our emotions and it is with our minds