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    Anarcho-Aristocracy is a theoretical form of anarchism characterized by a traditionalist aristocratic society. It is culturally right-wing and economically variable, there could be anything from anarcho-capitalists (like many of Hoppe's followers) to anarcho-communists like Emma Goldman.


    He will normally behave like the typical stereotypical 19th century aristocrat. He is very conservative and quite likes hats. He is more radical than his son Anarcho-Monarchism regarding the abolition of the state.

    Unlike his father, AnArist is interested in the interests of the poorest, especially peasants, under the influence of Christian values. He is surprisingly empathetic and kind to others.



    • Aristocracy - A true aristocrat is an anarchist
    • Anarcho-Monarchism - My son, although I am somewhat doubtful in his concept of “unconstitutional monarchy”
    • Ego-Communism - "Nietzsche was not a social theorist, but a poet, a rebel, and innovator. His aristocracy was neither of birth nor of purse; it was the spirit. In that respect Nietzsche was an anarchist, and all true anarchists were aristocrats."
    • Anarcho-Capitalism - Hoppe was based on the Natural Order
    • Nietzscheanism - A radical aristocrat enemy of the state, I will defend you from those who accuse you of being an authoritarian.


    • Reactionary Socialism - You like nobility and aristocracy, but you are very authoritarian.
    • Anarcho-Communism - I swear I'm not the aristocrat you think, at least Novatore and Goldman were based.


    • Marxism-Leninism - Authoritarian Red who massacred many innocent aristocrats during his revolution
    • Capitalism - Son of HIM who took power away from the old and noble ancient cult
    • Jacobinism - You executed the French nobility just to establish a reign of terror!
    1. The connections between Nieztsche and anarchism (see his strong criticism of the state and the Prussian authoritarianism of the time) have given much to debate, being influential for European anarcho-individualists and even anarcho-communists like Goldman.
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