radical liberalism/libertarianism in economic policy: laissez-faire, free trade, government withdrawal from the economy, and an optimistic stress on the "harmonious" effects of free enterprise capitalism. even your source said it rejects radical capitalism, which you have today - that does not mean its against it as it also said it rejects the revolutionary socialist systems. that description you posted of liberal already screams out the difference to you, anarchists don't want just reforms in the statists structure, they want the statist structure down. - in some principles the descriptions sit, but it still does not mean one and the same. anarchists are far left and nazis are far right, that still doesn't make them similiar or what was your point of pointing their location, i have my own eyes to see where they are, not to mention its nothing new to me. please stop taking victim position, its your own choice if you reply and others freedom to take upon it. (Like I've said: if you want to continue these debates find a non-biased political forum, please. If not, start PM'ing me or something -- can't promise I'll respond quickly, though: I've got a busy week coming up.) you are not a moderator here to tell me how and where to post. its you who's got a problem because you don't want to debate - but its 'my fault' if you have to reply. again, that's your own choice = i don't stand there with the gun or a whip and make you do it. you are taking that choice and You are responsible for taking that action. neither you tell people what to do - that's not on, what is on is if you ask politely and seek to reach compromise without dictating what that compromise is.