There Was No Suicide Note, Just A Crumpled Allegory

In the last book of V for Vendetta, Alan Moore discusses the concept of anarchy. The lead character, V, has brought down the fascistic ruling state, and there is a spate of rioting, looting and generally aggressive lawlessness on the part of the people. This, V explains, is the land of take-what-you-want, a facade of anarchy symptomatic of release from authority. True anarchy comes in the form of the land of do-as-you-please. It seems to me that while chaos (take-what-you-want) may be a necessary precursor to anarchy (do-as-you-please), it is preferable to strive for the latter. I would say that an essential aspect of true anarchy is respect. Not forced respect or blind respect, but certainly respect for one another and respect for what we have, and what we could have, what we could create. There is no respect in the land of take-what-you-want. Divided against itself, it cannot stand; it has to evolve.

I swear to God I will never daylog again. Unless.