But from a chaotic, anarchist, hacker point of view, they’re entirely disruptable.

The nature of power structures is quite interesting. From a distance, they appear solid, firm, unshaking, unbreakable.
But from a chaotic, anarchist, hacker point of view, they’re entirely disruptable.

I don’t think total destruction is possible; rather chaos leading to restructuring in a form that is different but overall quite similar to what existed before.

The most useful (pragmatist talking here) function of chaos is to find the cracks in the system and work through them; in the way that cold air from the outside during wintertime finds its way through the hollow in the wall where the lightswitch goes.

Or a crack under the door.

Unseen parts of the structure itself can be utilized without even requiring any breakage.

Or, weak spots can be easily found if one wants to dismantle a system but that requires more than toppling a house of cards, because unlike gravity and cards, power structures leave a void which quickly gets filled again.

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