Welcome to Rosenoire

We truly believe that freedom is the highest human value
and people from all over the world, regardless of what they look like, regardless of the world they come
from, regardless of the religion that they are born into, deserve to be free.

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OUR JOURNAL, OUR BELIEFS.

Pardon our French name. Our website name, of course, means the black rose. As you can tell by our choice of moniker, this is an anarchy journal.

It is our contention and belief that when you are free, you are truly living. If people allow themselves to be enslaved on some level or other by superstition, oppressive political structures, ripped off economic engagements, dehumanizing sexual politics, and other artificial barriers, you are not really living life. You are just going through the motions.

This anarchy journal is a collection of art, poetry, political action, you name it. We truly believe in a multi-disciplinary approach to an honest discussion of the place or real freedom in our modern world.

We truly believe that freedom is the answer.

Now, please understand that freedom may look ugly because when you have freedom, you obviously have responsibilities. Just as you can choose to do the right things, you are also free to screw your life up. It happens all the time.

We strongly believe that when you screw up or when you drop the ball in some form or other, you really have nobody to blame except yourself. The opportunity to succeed is accompanied by the opportunity to fail. Unfortunately, with life, being the way it is, we don’t always succeed. We don’t always achieve the kind of life we have otherwise dreamed for ourselves.

It is in this context of freedom, responsibility, and consequences that rosenoire.org tries to make an impact. We truly believe that real anarchy is the solution to human interactions because whenever you have an artificial control system that creates mental prisons and invisible walls of limitations and fake parameters, you oppress people.

Who is to say that all human beings should not be homosexual? Who is to say that all human beings should not be transgender? Do you get my point? There are a lot of invisible walls people subscribe to, which really limits their full human potential. We really find this as a travesty. This really is a shame. And we have all these people living their lives in varying degrees of oppressed mental states. Either they feel embarrassed, ashamed, guilty, or regret.

Instead of fully celebrating and embracing what makes them fully human, they become half-human. They get consumed by their group identity. They buy into the whole idea of an in-group and out-group. Sooner or later, they will develop an us-versus-them mentality, which is, of course, the bedrock of all wars, conflicts, and forms of slavery.

If you think about it, if you truly believe that your brother is the same as yourself, you probably would not enslave your brother.  You probably would not pay your brother less money than your sibling is worth. You probably would treat others the way you want to be treated.

I hope have made my case because this is the essence of anarchy.  It cuts through the outer trappings and pretention and goes through the whole truth.  Do we treat people the way you want to be treated?

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OUR WORLD, OUR STORY.

We truly believe that the world is the extension of the self. And if we become truly honest and take full responsibility for that extension, the world would become a better place. I have yet to see somebody who wants to put himself in the worst place. Everybody is out for themselves. Everybody is always asking the same, classic question: “What’s in it for me?”

Wouldn’t it be great if we turn that question into an engine of human development instead of constantly getting back to it as something that we should somehow, someway be embarrassed for or make apologies for? We have no problems with selfishness. And this is why this anarchy journal is dedicated to all forms of capitalism.

We truly believe that capitalism is the highest form of anarchy. Now, you may be thinking to yourself, “How can that be?” Capitalism, after all, involves sophisticated market structures. It involves some sort of exchange. How can anarchy fit in that larger framework?

The Curious Case of Socialism

Well, if you think about it, it’s the only thing that would fit because everything else involves rip-offs.  Seriously, when you look at socialism, wherein you are supposed to feel so bad for oppressed people that you would take other people’s hard-earned wealth only to give it to people who don’t deserve it and who didn’t work for it, you would realize that is the worst form of oppression because it involves the state.

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The state picks winners and losers.  

There is no exchange mechanism. There is no voluntary transfer.  There is none of that. Instead, the state is some sort of self-appointed body of experts that somehow, someway got this authority.  

And guess what?  

It uses a tremendous amount of power, violence, and force to separate people from their hard-earned wealth just so other people, who may not be all that deserving, will get that wealth.  As Margaret Thatcher said, “Socialism only works until you ran out of other people’s money.”

Capitalism

Capitalism is the best expression of real freedom because it is based on voluntary exchange.  When somebody goes to the store and puts $5 on the counter to buy a bag of coffee beans, it’s because the person wants the value of a bag of coffee beans.  They are voluntarily giving $5 in exchange for the items they are buying.

Essence of Freedom

This is the essence of freedom.  Everything is voluntary. People are not being forced to buy one product over another.  People are not being tricked by monopolies, state control, and regulatory capture to engage in one type of behavior over another.  

Instead, it’s all about the individual’s right to determine what is valuable to him or her for them to trade their own personal valuables in the form of their labor.  This is the essence of freedom because it all boils down to choice. This is what we celebrate in this blog and we hope that you would join us in our journey because capitalist anarchy needs to spread.  We truly believe that this is this is the way forward.

The right accessories unleash full flavor from vape liquids

Usually, when people think of accessories they think in terms of apparel. Your accessories often involve with bags, your belt, that kind of thing. While this is the traditional definition of accessories, it actually has evolved past that point. Now, accessories relate to kind of signals you send the greater world and this does not necessarily have something to do with what you choose to wear, it can involve things that you ingest or the things that you use.

And again, this has nothing to do with direct usage per se, but it may be related to keeping things fresh or storing your vaping supply or your weed supply, if you live in a state where recreational marijuana is legal, that’s the kind of definition of accessories a lot of people are going with. And it’s about time, because the whole vaping lifestyle really involves more than clothing; it involves more than the things that people can readily see; it’s all about an attitude and often involves being at the right place, at the right time, doing the right things. It’s hard to do this if you’re not properly prepared.

As you probably already know certain types of premium vape juice from online shops are more susceptible to exposure to the elements. They go bad really quickly, the taste changes, there’s just so many things that could go wrong. When you use the right accessories, not only you preserve the shelf life of the products that you are ingesting, but you also make some sort of fashion statement. Having a vape liquid storage box on a table at a café sends volumes of messages to people around you at the very least, it puts your distinct persona on your activity.

So, do yourself a big favor and look at your vaping accessories from this perspective. Understand that any given moment you’re sending signals not only to the world, but to yourself as well. What kind of person would you like to be perceived as? What kind of values would you like to project to people around you? That’s really what it boils down to. I don’t mean to sound clinical or systematic and methodical about it, but if you truly want to project and create the right impression, you have to take matters into your own hands. You can’t let others define you, you can’t let other people’s expectation somehow shape their impression of you. This is how miscommunication starts. So, take charge of the process because it’s always happening.

A little bit of mindfulness can definitely go a long way in this context. You are always sending signals to others whether you like it or not. Don’t allow yourself to be the last person in the room to know what others think of you. Take control of the process. You have a lot more power over this process than you think.