Green Party MP Nandor Tanczos has been an anarchist since his teens.
Here are some quotes from an article “Anarchism and the Real World” Mr Tanczos wrote for the Waikato student newspaper Nexus (17th July 1989 p12,13).
The anarchism I agree with most is anarcho-syndicalism (“syndicalism” meaning revolutionary unionism)….
Anarcho syndicalism, to me, is organised anarchism, libertarian socialism.
Rather than sit back and wait for “The revolution”…anarcho-syndicalism was born when anarchists got their hands dirty in the day-to-day class war-as agitators, educators and organisors.
Real change will never occur on the say-so of smiling judges, top-cops or multinational murderers. A free society will only be built on the ruins of class rule and the laws that protect it….
Anarchism is seen in practice as the most militant and practical section of the working class movement.
Anarchism is not a game. It’s a movement based on class struggle, against class society, for the liberation of all humanity…
And I thought Nandor Tanczos was just a peace loving Rasta… No wonder Mr Tanczos is not that keen to talk to police.