Veganarchism is the political philosophy of veganism, animal liberation and anarchism, creating a combined praxis as a means for social revolution. This encompasses viewing the state as unnecessary and harmful to animals, both human and non-human, whilst practicing a vegan lifestyle. Veganarchists either see the ideology as a combined theory or perceive both philosophies to be essentially the same. It is further described as an anti-speciesist perspective on green anarchism, or an anarchist perspective on animal liberation. Vegan anarchist subcultures promote total liberationism, which seeks to unite the fragmented movements for human, animal, and earth (ecosystem) liberation into … Read more
No gods, no masters is an anarchist and labor slogan. It has been in common use by anarchists in England since the late 19th century. The phrase is derived from the French slogan "Ni Dieu ni maître?!" coined by the socialist Louis Auguste Blanqui in 1880 when he published a journal by that name. Today the slogan continues to find use in anarchist politics. The slogan has also found use in musical cultures, largely associated with the punk movement. But it was first used in the French chanson field, by the anarchist poet and singer-songwriter Léo Ferré who released the song "Ni Dieu ni maître" on an EP in 1965.