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The World According to ARV-ATS

Topics include:
How Putin’s upstaging of Obama over Syria indicates the American state’s loss of legitimacy.
The possibility of a bloc of “rogue nations” emerging in opposition to the empire.
Russia as a potential benefactor of fourth generation warfare tendencies.
The possibility of cooperation between rogue nations, independence movements and separatist forces, and fourth generation armies against the empire.
The empire’s ongoing belligerence against Iran.
The repression of Golden Dawn in Greece.
The growth of secessionist sentiment in the USA.
Obamacare vs the Republicans
Why the anarcho-pluralist, pan-secessionist outlook of ARV-ATS transcends conventional ideological boundaries
How contemporary paleoconservatism resembles the early New Left.
Lessons from the libertarian movement during it early years in the late 1960s and early 1970

Attack the System

Attack the System
The World According to ARV-ATS

September 29, 2013

Keith Preston discusses contemporary events from the perspective of the ARV-ATS philosophy and strategy.

Topics include:

  • How Putin’s upstaging of Obama over Syria indicates the American state’s loss of legitimacy.
  • The possibility of a bloc of “rogue nations” emerging in opposition to the empire.
  • Russia as a potential benefactor of fourth generation warfare tendencies.
  • The possibility of cooperation between rogue nations, independence movements and separatist forces, and fourth generation armies against the empire.
  • The empire’s ongoing belligerence against Iran.
  • The repression of Golden Dawn in Greece.
  • The growth of secessionist sentiment in the USA.
  • Obamacare vs the Republicans
  • Why the anarcho-pluralist, pan-secessionist outlook of ARV-ATS transcends conventional ideological boundaries
  • How contemporary paleoconservatism resembles the early New Left.
  • Lessons from the libertarian movement during its early years in the late 1960s and early 1970.

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