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"Libertarian perspectives on revolution" is the surviving article[edit]

Please note there was a majority vote to delete "anarcho-capitalist perspectives on revolution" for WP:OR and poor sourcing. And it was deleted. But I got it undeleted because of the changes that are current. So changing the content of the article really is a problem. Also this article has a sock puppet problem I haven't gotten around to deal with. Have you noticed that?? Carol Moore 18:15, 1 September 2008 (UTC)Carolmooredc {talk}

Deletions of categories in the Inclusive Democracy entry[edit]

The same that said Skomoroth. So, ID could be very related but instead it doesn't support a basis in individual liberty, non agression or free asociation is difficult to consider it anarchist. Also it's theoricals doesn´t afirm they are any kind of libertarians (left or right).
Independent of economy it's a values issue (example, anarchism could be communitarist or support direct democracy, but direct democracy and communitarism aren´t synonimous of anarchism). Have a good day. -- Nihilo 01 (talk) 17:31, 14 November 2008 (UTC)

Hi Nihilo 01, You persist in deleting the categories Economic systems, Political economy, Anarchist economic schools and Anarchist theory from the Inclusive Democracy entry without giving any valid reasons for your actions, although the close relation between ID and anarchist theory and economics is well documented both in the main ID entry: "as David Freeman points out, although Fotopoulos' approach "is not openly anarchism, yet anarchism seems the formal category within which he works, given his commitment to direct democracy, municipalism and abolition of state, money and market economy". [2]" and in the Anarchist economics entry: Economic Democracy.

Moreover, the French anarchist Jean-Claude Richard writes in Le Monde Libertaire “Takis Fotopoulos proposes to us the installation of an inclusive democracy whose principles are firmly within the libertarian ideal. This is not surprising since constant references turn up in the book to Peter Kropotkin, Murray Bookchin, John Clark and, especially, CorneIius Castoriadis”. Finally, the British libertarian Michael Levin writing in Anarchist Studies and then in Democracy & Nature stresses “In outlining his model of inclusive democracy Fotopoulos combines and builds on the lessons of ancient Greek democracy and the radical critiques of Murray Bookchin and Cornelius Castoriadis”.

As regards the ID's relation to political economy, it is more than obvious that since Economic democracy as an integral part of Inclusive Democracy proposes an alternative economic system, it relates directly to alternative Political economy.

Regarding the weak argument that ID does not explicitly state its anarchism, this implies that every theory which calls itself "anarchist" gets automatically the "credit", although there are valid sources indicating the contrary (see e.g. Parecon in the entry Anarchist economics to which it seems that your deleting activity turns a "blind eye").

For these reasons I am undoing your deletions of the aforementioned categories in the ID entry. -- Panlis (talk) 10:08, 20 November 2008 (UTC)

But in Parecon you have direct relation, that ID doesn't have. The references support me (you can write about a relation, but is not the same to categorize, because it means Wiki supports that information). -- Nihilo 01 (talk) 19:41, 21 November 2008 (UTC)

Nihilo, you have reversed the order of importance in sources set by Wikipedia rules themselves: "Primary sources (my note: as such used to justify what you call "direct relation" of anarchism to Parecon) are NOT considered reliable for statements of interpretation, analysis or conclusion (for example, a work of fiction is not a reliable source for an analysis of the characters in the work of fiction). For such statements, we must cite reliable secondary sources."

Thus, reliable secondary sources, as those used in the ID entries to closely relate it to anarchism are valid whereas your "direct relation" of Parecon to it (which is based on what the theory itself... thinks of itself) is not. -- Panlis (talk) 23:51, 21 November 2008 (UTC)

Please stop that categorization, a relative relation is not a direct relation or pertenence (you can mention it, but not categorized it), rejected by their own original theorics (direct democracy is not a synonimous of anarchism). Also, why you put your interpretation in a first place, over important schools of anarchism, self-recognized like that.-- Nihilo 01 (talk) 22:08, 24 November 2008 (UTC)

Warning about Vandalism[edit]

By responding this way to my last post at my talk page and by deleting ID economic democracy posts and categories, Nihilo, you have proved that you are using a very problematic, if not suspicious view of how the primary sources that you (repeatedly mistakenly) consider "valid" define what is "directly relevant" to a theory and what is not. If you can't understand that reliable Secondary sources are the only valid method in interpreting/analyzing the close relationship of ID to anarchism instead of Primary Sources that have to do with the supposed "self-definement" (or what you call "self-recognized shools of anarchism") of what each theory is - a method which is obviously an INVALID way to interpret and analyze such relationships according to the Wiki rules themselves, as I showed in my talk page- then I will be forced to report your activity as vandalism.

Second you insist on deleting the categories of ID despite the extensive secondary sources that are stated in the entries and in my posts at our talk pages. Moreover, you have deleted the interwiki link to the Greek language of the ID entry.

All the above which show that your interventions are totally personal - if not manipulated- and "For example, adding a controversial personal opinion to an article once is not vandalism; reinserting it despite multiple warnings is."

Last, the order of the appearance of the economic systems in the Anarchist economics entry is not usually arbitrary but there is a chronological sequence between them. The chronologically last input which is reliably sourced goes to the top and the last such input is ID's economic democracy. Even if this were a "problem", your deleting of the whole article because of your personal "feeling" of its wrong order in the entry would be unacceptable and authoritarian, especially while you let other entries completely irrelevant (according to secondary sources) to anarchism, like the Parecon entry, stay put. I hope you can understand this. -- Panlis (talk) 02:05, 25 November 2008 (UTC)

Again, refferences explain that are commons points, but never support that ID is the same than anarchism (don't confuse). I ask, all ID adherents are anarchists?, there are any of them that don't consider ID a direct form of anarchism?, there are many question you might do before add any category. -- Nihilo 01 (talk) 16:23, 27 November 2008 (UTC)
I mean, they could be anarchists that sopport ID, but that don't means that all ID supporters are anarchists. I hope you can understand me, excuse my english. -- Nihilo 01 (talk) 16:26, 27 November 2008 (UTC)

This is a very silly argument indeed. By the same token, very few anarchists support Parecon (as verified by the strong critiques against it in reliable anarchist journals like Anarchist studies, anarchist books like Getting Free by James Herod etc) and yet you characterise Parecon as anarchist just because its author says so, although he also says he is a socialist, he does not explicitly rule out the state etc! 27 November 2008 Preceding unsigned comment added by -- (talk) 22:45, 27 November 2008 (UTC)

Second Warning for Vandalism[edit]

Nihilo 01, as you can't understand there is no way to "ask all ID supporters if they are anarchists" in order to support the link between ID and anarchism. This is a completely irrational if not ludicrous way to figure out the connection of a theory with anarchism. The only rational way to figure out if there is a close relation or identification is by mentioning reliable secondary sources (and not what the theory says about itself) that connect ID with anarchism and there are plenty of them as I pointed out. At the same time, your blatant partiality towards ID's connection with anarchism while there are no reliable secondary sources to stress at all even the slightest connection of other economic systems as Parecon with anarchism is at least suspicious. This is a final warning for Vandalism if you continue to dereference ID from Anarchism and delete relevant entries. -- Panlis (talk) 17:56, 27 November 2008 (UTC)

Nuvola apps important.svg Please stop. If you continue to blank out or delete portions of page content, templates or other materials from Wikipedia, as you did to Inclusive Democracy, you will be blocked from editing. This is a template warning that connects with the previously posted warnings about vandalism and content removal in Nihilo 01' page concerning the Inclusive Democracy entry

Nuvola apps important.svg Please stop. If you continue to blank out or delete portions of page content, templates or other materials from Wikipedia, as you did to Anarchist economics, you will be blocked from editing. This is a template warning that connects with the previously posted warnings about vandalism and content removal in Nihilo 01' page concerning the Anarchist economics entry -- Panlis (talk) 23:06, 28 November 2008 (UTC)

Anonymous IP, that was not my question. I asked, not if all anarchists accept ID, but if all ID supporters consider themselves anarchists? (consider that Fotopoulus, the father of ID, reject be an anarchist). I continue remember that direct democracy it's not a synonimous of anarchy. -- Nihilo 01 (talk) 01:21, 29 November 2008 (UTC)
But why you put it first, all the other schools, not only are explicit anarchist, but there are more kwnowed and traditionals. ¿? Why yoy don't put "anarchist schools" in cronological order, or in political economy order, or in popularity order (in any way ID couldn't be first in the list). -- Nihilo 01 (talk) 01:18, 29 November 2008 (UTC)

Nihilo, your arguments continue to be very fable. First, who says that if a supporter of a theory calls himself an anarchist, that his theory really is. You have to understand that this is why these kinds of statements ("my theory is anarchist") come from Primary Sources which, according to Wikipedia rules, justifiably are not correct for interpreting/analyzing if a theory is anarchist or not or anything else. Meaning that even if a supporter or a theorist of a theory considers explicitly himself an anarchist, this doesn't mean that he really is (in rational terms) but there should be reliable Secondary Sources to stress this connection. Of course direct democracy is very related to anarchism and nothing truly is "synonymous" with anarchism (where have you seen any secondary sources stating that something is identified with or is synonymous with anarchism?? Even mutualism isn' t identified with anarchism per se in Anarchist economics!).

Second, if you think and you have valid Wikipedia data that state that the articles have to be ordered by a specific order other than chronological (By the way, who says they are NOT listed by chronological order, where the last entry -ID- goes on top, as I said?) or in another way, you have to show what you think of and not make "guesses" about the correct order and, of course, you can't DELETE valid entries instead, something that is blatant vandalism. I hope you can understand these elementary and rational criteria. -- Panlis (talk) 02:13, 29 November 2008 (UTC)

Anarchists & Inclusive Democracy[edit]

Nihilo 01, here are some anarchists who regard Inclusive Democracy worthwhile and @ their MySpace page provide links and texts of ID: UNI-COMM Anarchist Communism/Syndicalism -- TouristPhilosopher (talk) 17:00, 29 November 2008 (UTC)

I would prefer most serius refs. Sorry. -- Nihilo 01 (talk) 16:19, 1 December 2008 (UTC)

Are you a kind of anarchist “guru” who judges who is serious anarchist and who is not? What about David Freeman, Jean-Claude Richard, Michael Levin? See [Deletions of categories in the Inclusive Democracy entry] mentioned by Panlis (talk) 10:08, 20 November 2008 (UTC) -- TouristPhilosopher (talk) 22:28, 1 December 2008 (UTC)

We are talking about My Space, please! -- Nihilo 01 (talk) 02:22, 6 December 2008 (UTC)

No, we are not talking about MySpace, we are talking about UNI-COMM Anarchist Communism/Syndicalism. And what about David Freeman, Jean-Claude Richard, Michael Levin? Have you lost your voice? -- TouristPhilosopher (talk) 00:24, 3 March 2009 (UTC)

Anarchists & Inclusive Democracy pt. 2 | Warning for Vandalism[edit]

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Nihilo 01, you return after 3 months and you vandalise again the entry deleting categories without any strong proof. Just saying "redundance and original source". As we' ve said there are original sources which strongly link Anarchism with ID. -- TouristPhilosopher (talk) 00:11, 3 March 2009 (UTC)

Final Warning for Vandalism[edit]

Nihilo, you still insist on deleting and distorting the completely justified by external references and data, strong relation of anarchism with the Inclusive Democracy project and this way you continue to screw much of the synthetic essence of the project, as has been developed by Takis Fotopoulos himself and other theorists, and has been backed up in these entries and in this dialogue by sources written by a few prominent thinkers, Libertarians, Anarchists and Leftists. Moreover, there are plenty of common independent sources stating the relevance including the Anarchopedia entry and the Anarchismus site, among others. You have repeatedly deleted and distorted the links, references and content of the ID-related entries without giving us not even one third party source to back your actions and your justification has been irrational and without evidence. Furthermore, you have not explained at all, not showing any evidence to justify it [[[according to the wikipedia rules]]], why you altered the order of the entries in Anarchist Economics, promoting Parecon and what you personally think is "anarchist" and finally you "demand" that these vandalist and completely irrational interventions of yours should be considered rightful. This is a final warning for vandalist action for the entry Inclusive Democracy. -- Panlis (talk) 15:51, 4 March 2009 (UTC)

Stop hand nuvola.svg This is the last warning you will receive for your disruptive edits, such as those you made to [[:Inclusive Democracy]]. If you vandalize Wikipedia again, you will be blocked from editing. This is a template warning that connects with the previously posted warnings about vandalism and content removal in Nihilo 01' page concerning the Inclusive Democracy entry. -- Panlis (talk) 14:45, 4 March 2009 (UTC)

MySpace isn´t a refference, stop putting that template. You know you are wrong. And please learn about how is a taxonomical order: A contents B, not A relates to B. -- Nihilo 01 (talk) 16:07, 4 March 2009 (UTC)
See WP:POINT. -- Nihilo 01 (talk) 16:12, 4 March 2009 (UTC)

Nihilo 01, who said that there is a MySpace reference? Have your senses been under attack or something? There is not any MySpace reference in the Wiki entries, nor have I posted any MySpace references. And before you "teach" me what to do you' d better learn the basics of dialogue (that you so much... care about) and give rational and evidenced, rightfully sourced justification for any change you make. About who is wrong and who is not wrong this is not something arbitrary as your vandalisms are, but the enty additions are based on third party sources which are the only reliable sources, according to Wikipedia rules. And what about your sense of "dialogue" in which you write once in a while 1 or 2 incomprehensible lines of supposed (not justified) arguments, compared to my analysis of all my actions.

Therefore, you go on distorting stuff and making important mistakes without even knowing what your impact of your reckless activity is. "To be taxonomical" doesn' t mean anything specific in Wikipedia, if you don't have to show me solid wiki sources/rules saying that the taxonomy has to be as you say, else your actions are arbitrary. The WP:POINT that you linked probably has to do with your anti-social activity where you make 'disruption to illustrate a point'. So, what you did is you deleted all categories in ID that you "divinely" think they do not fit with the ID project entry and then you justify this with fake and irrelevant arguments, like the bad taxonomy of a talk page (!!) and a non-existent "MySpace reference" in an entry!

So Nihilo 01, if you don't have a clue about what you are doing and just want to make fuss, you' d rather stop fiddling and distorting entries, dialogues and sources(something which is a characteristic of authoritarianism and not of...anarchism of course) based on fake and malicious arguments. -- Panlis (talk) 23:38, 4 March 2009 (UTC)

Nihilo 01 |[edit]

Hi! You have remember that about greek events, that Wikipedia isn't an original source. In the other topics, there is a discussion you can use (anarchist concepts could be a lot, I think the template presents only the most representives). --Nihilo 01 (talk) 21:50, 23 December 2008 (UTC)

then you could've just removed the bit about the greek riots - if you hadn't noticed, there were other edits as well that you reverted. thanks (talk) 21:57, 23 December 2008 (UTC)

In categories you should try to be taxonomical, some of your edits were redundances and anothers were so interpretatives. With the M-G Gang you was right I didn't see Abbie's name. And I'm anarcho-without adjectives, long time ago I don't worry about what kind of anarchist I am (I also like some things of green anarchism :D). Happy holydays! --Nihilo 01 (talk) 17:27, 24 December 2008 (UTC)


The sources says "libertarianism" is a synonym for anarchism. If "libertarianism" is anarchism, then "libertarian socialism" is socialist anarchism and "libertarian individualism" would be individualist anarchism. See? Unfortunately there's very few sources that use the term "libertarian individualism" to refer to individualist anarchism, which is why that isn't pointed out. Jadabocho (talk) 16:19, 4 March 2009 (UTC)

Labor / Worker's Rights project[edit]

I recently drafted a proposal for a Worker's Rights & Labor Issues WikiProject ... I thought you might be interested, since you are working on the Anarchism project ...

Cheers! Jrtayloriv (talk) 05:22, 9 March 2009 (UTC)


He's linked to from the article on it, so I naturally assumed. Zazaban (talk) 01:53, 17 April 2009 (UTC)

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AfD nomination of Anarchist naturism[edit]

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I agree with some of his stuff and I disagree with some. I absolutely do not support his hatred of anarcho-capitalism, which is quite clearly POV. I do like the additions of the european individualist anarchists, which I have found highly interesting and informative. The tone needs to be worked on in some places though. Zazaban (talk) 00:27, 30 May 2009 (UTC)


Not a problem. I'll keep an eye on things while you are away doing your thing. Good luck to you! - 4twenty42o (talk) 05:28, 8 November 2009 (UTC)

Hola Nihilo[edit]

¿qué se siente ser el menos liberal y anarquista de los pseudo anarquistas Nihilo? Digo, por algo te corrieron de wikipedia, por andar imponiendo tu muy personal visión del anarquismo... irónico, eres un zángano de wikipedia y la misma wikipedia te expulsa de su matrix... Bueno, al menos te sobreviviran tus aportaciones... ¡Ah, no! ya deben estar bien re-editadas :) -- (talk) 01:57, 21 February 2011 (UTC)

Hi Nihilo[edit]

What's the deal with the Inclusive Democracy supporters? They're so aggressive and militant; please see my Talk page for some samples of their behaviour. What should be done about it? SentientContrarian (talk) 11:45, 1 April 2012 (UTC)

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