Communism is the centralization of the means of production. To centralize is to form government. All communism is at odds with anarchism. Right?

When I think of a anarchist society I think of native american tribes. No tribe is ruled by another. They just learn common customs to communicate willingly. (War happened often though)

They just happened to not have a concept of property ownership. Which as it turns out just so happens to align with a communist value ( to abolish property ownership. ) However; with property tax one can argue it has already been abolished.

You could argue there is government within a native American tribe by you can always leave the tribe. So the members are participating voluntarily.

I’ve seen people here make fun of anarcho capitalist but capitalism is just free market. Emphasis on free. Isn’t anarchism the ultimate freedom from government? Isn’t anarcho communist much more a oxymoron?

How does everyone else here feel about these things?

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Nope, communism isn’t centralized. There would be no state to form a government or centralize towards. You are thinking of the stage of transitory socialism that is made to keep the revolution alive and heading towards communism.

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anarcho: against all unjustified hierarchies

Forgive me if this comes off brash but, Is anyone not against unjustified hierarchies? It’s sorta there in the definition. By calling it unjust you and anyone who agrees that it is unjust must be against it. No one is really for unjust things that does not directly benefit them.

Ancom definition: https://inv.bp.projectsegfau.lt/watch?v=S3nxK-0CTY0&list=PLVlCbf75cne_jbxwHwSaPdT65npiGhQrr&index=0

His definition is almost exactly like what the original American definition of a government was. A federation of governments that gives the most power to local governments unless emergency. Except the last part where he says everything will be free (He conveniently didn’t go into any details about how that would be possible)

It sounds like the anarcho communist and anarcho capitalist agree on most things actually. Just that the capitalist believe you need a free market incentive to motivate people whereas the communist have not really explained how you actually motivate people to do anything. I mean you need something that drives people to produce enough resources for themselves or people will starve.

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