Liberty Equality Anarchy


Liberty Equality Anarchy

Liberty Equality Anarchy (L.I.A. "liberdade igualdade anarquia" in Portuguese) is an anarchist movement founded in Brazil.

L.I.A. applies the idea of anarco-mutualism fused with autocracy, in a way that "you are your own god". Having the basis of extreme freedom of right, liberty to choose, but control over individuals using strength through unity, if a majority of the local population believes that one's actions are unfair or harzardous they may apply a penalty.

The main problem of this system, is that it needs of a population with a mild notion of greater good, and a great understanding of differences. This system is many times considered utopian, but yet the founder insists it may be done in smaller scales.


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