Re: virus: Re: Virus: Sociological Change
Wed, 18 Dec 96 11:29:19 GMT

Kenneth Boyd wrote:

> The real question is, "How long can an anarchy stay an anarchy before it
> mutates to some other governmental form?"

In the end, all forms of human existence, whether anarchic or totalitarian
will have some form of self-government. To live in aboslute anarchy is
to live isolated from others so that group decisions never have to be
made. As soon as someone suggests "lets put it to the vote", anarchy ceases
to exist, and democracy takes over.

I personally don't believe in anarchy, for the simple reason that I
don't think that it can ever truly exist. If it did, I'm sure I'd
love it, though :)

Richard Jones
"We are the New Breed,
We are the Future."