The Anarchist Punks


 TAP's Contradictory Motto Was:  No Rules, No Laws, No Drugs, No Human Enhancement Technology, No State Religion, No Sexual Misconduct, and No Apocalypse

TAP's Contradictory Motto Was:  No Rules, No Laws, No Drugs, No Human Enhancement Technology, No State Religion, No Sexual Misconduct, and No Apocalypse

The second eschatology club was The Anarchy Punks, created by a multiracial group of left-of-center libertarians, civil rights leaders, legalization advocates, BLM 3.0 members, Marxists, third generation anarchists, antifa, fourth generation feminists, antiracists, and protesters from the 2030 global resistance in addition to disgruntled SFC members who once supported parts of the SFC Ascetic Code of the Apocalypse, but rejected its authoritarian demands for complete and absolute obedience, hierarchical militarism, worship of whiteness (racially, morally, and aesthetically speaking), and manipulative, cherry-picked, politicized Christian dogma.  TAP argued that the Asteroid Apocalypse was just another end-of-times delusion, another religious construct engineered by theocratic neocons, armed white and ethnic nationalists, ISIS converts, garden variety Nazis, white Taliban members, recycled militiamen, and Alt Right hipsters trying once again to seize state control from the NMM (New Multiracial Majority, which was the beating heart of TAP) after losing a series of culture wars in 2017-2018, 2020, 2026, and 2029.*  The so-called Anarchy Solution sought to abolish federal, state, and municipal laws, free all prisoners from state and federal virtual prisons, open up all classified government files, officially declare the USA an atheist country, delouse Americans of any and all EMOS and intravenous smart chips (and their global satellite geo-tagging functionality), and lastly, create decentralized local cooperatives comprised of horizontal, interconnected, and intentional communities who would share resources and control food production, community policing, sanitation, and regional civil laws.  In six months, TAP become the antidote and the antithesis of the Soldiers for Christ.  The beginning was incredibly promising.  But good beginnings are never enough.


 

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