I believe in Anarcho-syndicalism. Now before I go into any more detail I want to clear one thing up. Anarchy is not about disorder and chaos nor is it about bloodshed and violence it is about peace and autonomy in other words, self-governance. It is the idea that everyone is equal and there should be no form of hierarchy meaning no one should be positioned to have authority over someone else. Instead we should be working together side by side to get our goals accomplished instead of manipulating someone else to do it. Anarcho-syndicalism is a branch of anarchism that focuses on the labor movement. It calls for workers solidarity which is where the workers rise up and take control of the workplace rather than be subjugated by managers and CEOs. The workers control the means of production and distribution. They also make all the decisions rather than having an authoritative supervisor telling them what to do, how to do it, and where to do it. It is thus eliminating the middle man and allowing the workers to make direct transactions with their customers. Some say this causes the workers to become unmotivated and lowers efficiency. It is the exact opposite it rewards creativity and hard work because if you are not working efficiently than the customer will not pay you. So the main objective is to work harder. How would anarchy work? It would function through a global network of communities based on co-operation and the respect for the freedom of others. It is based on respect, liberty, and equality. Anarchism opposes all forms of oppression including racism, sexism, homophobia, and religious intolerance. If an authoritarian structure should emerge it is the people's job and their given right to abolish it. Anarchist do not seek to replace government with their own but to live in a world free of authority and persecution by those blinded by the current system. What are your thoughts?