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    Anarcho-Collectivism is an Awaj.png Anarchist and economically far-left ideology that believes in a worker-owned economy seized directly by the workers with no interim state. He believes in a form of currency called labour coins, but unlike Mutalist.png Mutualism, he does not believe in the market. He has a strenuous relationship with Ormarxf.png Marxism, who he believes to be authoritarian and a jew, but with some very good ideas.

    The "collectivism" in the title does not, contrary to popular belief, refer to a focus on the collective, much rather it refers to the economic system based on labour vouchers and collective ownership (hence the name).


    In 1864, the creation of the International Workingmen's Association (IWA, also called the "First International") united diverse revolutionary currents including socialist Marxists, trade unionists, communists and anarchists. Four years later, in 1868, Mikhail Bakunin joined the First International with his collectivist anarchist associates who advocated for the collectivisation of property and revolutionary overthrow of the state. Bakunin corresponded with other members of the International seeking to establish a loose brotherhood of revolutionaries who would ensure that the coming revolution would not to take an authoritative course, in sharp contrast with other currents that were seeking to get a firm grasp on state power.

    Personality and Behaviour

    How to Draw

    Flag of Anarcho-Collectivism
    1. Draw a ball,
    2. Divide it in half from bottom-left to top-right,
    3. Colour the top-left a dark red, and the bottom-left black.
    4. Draw a C in the centre, with the part on the bottom-right part coloured the same shade of dark red, and the top-left part coloured the same shade of black. Make sure that the line dividing the C is the same as the one dividing the rest of the ball,
    5. Draw some eyes and you're done!
    Color Name HEX RGB
    Dark Red #890014 137, 0, 20
    Black #141414 20, 20, 20



    • AnSynd.png Anarcho-Syndicalism - Union self-management? Sounds based!
    • Ancom.png Anarcho-Communism - You're the synthesis of mine & Marx's ideas? I didn't even know that was possible, but you're still a real good pal! And I like that most of you still realize that Marx wasn't perfect.
    • Mutalist.png Mutualism - I owe much of my existence to Proudhon. Plus we agree on Jews.
    • Awaj.png Anarchism - Mother Anarchy loves her sons!
    • Soul.png Soulism - Give me your drugs!


    • Communalist.png Communalism - I appreciate the sentiment, but we need more Labor Vouchers!
    • Anego.png Anarcho-Egoism - A bit of a stuck-up prick. Shame he didn't convert Engels though.
    • Anrel.png Religious Anarchism - You may be an anarchist, but how can you not see god is an unjust hierarchy?
    • Natan.png National Anarchism - You're too reactionary and not socialist enough. But at least we agree about Slavic unity and Jews.
    • Makhaevism.png Machajskism - I mean, you're technically my son, but why are you such an idiot? (And proud of it even!)
    • Libmarx.png Libertarian Marxism - Better than regular Marxism I guess, but you should really grasp just how much Marx was encouraging the kind of authoritarian asshatery of people like ML.png him, whether it was intentional or not.
    • Chomsky.png Chomskyism - Uh, thanks for citing me as one of your inspirations, but why do you like to say some extremely questionable things when talking about certain crimes against humanity?
    • Annil.png Anarcho-Nihilism - Bakunin Collaborates with the Nihilists, but why you don't want to participate in society? Social life will give you freedom.
    • Anpostleft.png Post-Left Anarchism - Why do you hate my worker councils, unions and collectives?


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