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I'm not a troll

You guessed right that I'm a 'commie' (socialist), but I'm not a troll. I'm just writing my opinion here like you do. Indeed I am a 'legalist'. I believe that people have rights, including: - the right to make a living, - the right to use and buy drugs, - the right not to be abducted, and yes - the right to proportional self-defence. If someone hits you you may block, if they do it again you may hit back with the same force.

Of course I know that dealer-networks often have a gang- or even 'maffia' organisation structure. Of course I'm against it as well if they would impose their power on neighboorhoods without consent of the residents. But I'm not convinced that its them who started this gang war with the anarchists because there is too much "(hard-)drugs are VERY VERY VERY bad" in the comments.

I am not in favour of a "status quo" with the capitalist system and -state. But actually there is no status quo because the system is becoming more and more dictatorial, despite the fact that still a majority votes. (Because you need more democratic rights then only voting to justify the authority of a state.)

I believe that the system can be defeated by the majority, or at least a mass movement. I blame anarchists for refusing to organise in a proper way, that is democratic and open to everybody. I blame people who do individual terrorism like abducting opponents. We can only win the struggle with a mass movement. So everything we do as a left movement should be to get more people involved, (of course without giving up our demands).

Streetfighting can be necessary in selfdefence, but must be avoided as much as possible, because most people don't want a war unless they trust they can win it.

I don't have to go to Greece and see for myself. I'm just responding to the article and the comments. I have an opinion on south-africa and haven't been there either. I also have an opinion on events that happend before I was born, and about groups (like f.ex. gays, who have sexual rights like anybody else) I don't belong to personally.

I do believe that most anarchists are serious in the meaning that they are motivated. And I respect their courage. (When they don't run from police repression f. ex.) But I can not take their political ideas serious. There is always power, so you CAN NOT BE "outside-power". If you control a neighbourhood you are enforcing that power with police. Also if you don't want to call it that. There is nothing wrong with exercising power like this, if you do it in a fair way, based on a fair law, respecting human rights, and justified by the will of at least a large part of the population. If you don't think that is nessecary you are a 'maffia'-gang yourself.

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