walk up to the club like what up i am the tall goth
Anarchists are not opposed to leadership in the sense of individuals who guide or direct other people. What Anarchists oppose are fixed positions of hierarchical authority in organisations in which the leaders are separate from the membership and elevated above the membership in terms of power. Anarchists seek temporary positions of leadership based upon the circumstances and the abilities of members of the group. An Anarchist instance of leadership would be that when a car breaks down it seems that the mechanic in the car should lead the repair of the car and instruct other members of the group towards actions which help the car become fixed, such as instructing people to pass them tools as they work. As Bakunin puts it “I receive and I give - such is human life. Each directs and is directed in his turn. Therefore there is no fixed and constant authority, but a continual exchange of mutual, temporary, and, above all, voluntary authority and subordination.” —Correcting Marxist Inaccuracies on Anarchism (via zahgurim
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Teen Wolf AU “House of Hale” (bigger version x) - inspired by Hoechlin’s idea for a Derek centered spin off and because he’s such a huge GOT geek i turned it into a medieval fantasy show. The story would be something like:
"After the murder of his mother, Derek becomes the new leader of the quarreling wolf clans. To restore peace he has to marry the high priestess Lydia of the powerful Bean sí order, while his uncle conspires behind his back to claim the throne for himself."
"beauty question? uh oh.."
A sketchy and quick redesign of Dahikhan, my dwemer lady.
I am planning to bring this twat-tit back to the shipyard, so hold your breaths, Dahi is returning with a brand new blog!