if one takes critiques of civilization at all seriously, it doesn't take much to point out this already happened and no one was able to prevent it. perlman for example. the more important question is, how are we going to adjust, live and flourish with what's happening ever since?
international law doesn't keep bad things from happening to minorities.
what does force being "convenient" have to do with anything? (and whether it is convenient or not depends on the value system of the people involved.)
if your question is ultimately, how does one keep bad things from happening to groups of people in anarchy, the answer is that a) bad things are not entirely avoidable, and b) to the extent that bad things can be stopped, it will be by the people involved, not by presumably impartial bodies of people who are outside of the situation as part of some legal system.
"what does force being "convenient" have to do with anything? (and whether it is convenient or not depends on the value system of the people involved.)"
It has to do with the question.
"international law doesn't keep bad things from happening to minorities."
That supports the point I am making. What would prevent a government or force on minorities. Obviously, a government to control an area is inconsistent with anarchy, but how often and what would prevent this?
If you want to criticize all the points I make on this site, you could at least do better than pretending that my points don't have to do with anything.
dot, then why are you so interested in questioning my statements?You and others do criticize, there is nothing necessarily wrong with this, but why such a focus? Are my answers pathetic?
edit: Like this, from funkyanarchy, "i find it interesting that no matter how much folks here try to answer your questions and engage you to try to understand what you are really asking/talking about, your responses seem preformed, rigid and ideological."
Syrphant, have you read Against His-Story, Against Leviathan by Fredy Perlman? I think you should, and would be curious to know about your reflections and thoughts about it.Here is a link: http://theanarchistlibrary.org/library/fredy-perlman-against-his-story-against-leviathan