Anarchism can only be described as a confused mishmosh of pie-in-the-sky fantasies, and yet it has advanced recently among the youth as if it held answers to society's deep problems. Anarchy is as dangerous, chaotic, and lawless as it is popularly assumed to be. It also fragments the opposition into those who would reform the abuses of the current order, and those who think that breaking a few windows is somehow overthrowing 'capitalism.' This malignant dead end should be discredited once and for all.
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