The original article from 2004 that coined the term: Anarcho-Tyranny—Where Multiculturalism Leads
Unwilling to control immigration and the cultural disintegration it causes, the authorities instead control the law-abiding. This is precisely the bizarre system of misrule I have elsewhere described as "anarcho-tyranny"—we refuse to control real criminals (that's the anarchy) so we control the innocent (that's the tyranny).From metapedia: Anarcho-tyranny
While the government functions normally, violent crime remains a constant, creating a climate of fear (anarchy). He says that “laws that are supposed to protect ordinary citizens against ordinary criminals” routinely go unenforced, even though the state is “perfectly capable” of doing so. While this problem rages on, government elites concentrate their interests on law-abiding citizens. In fact, Middle America winds up on the receiving end of both anarchy and tyranny.Radish goes into great detail fleshing out the concept in 3.9 Anarcho-Tyranny. Great use of photos to illustrate their points.
Aurini looks at the roots of it all in Anarcho-Tyranny’s Left-wing Roots
Because Liberals can’t actually assess someone else’s psychological state, they rely upon litmus tests. They try and apply the methods of science to personal behaviour, even though none of this is happening in a controlled environment. They take the DSM IV, and try and put it on the street: they write policies and procedures, best practices, autistic checks and balances to turn the cops into automatons- -and this is when Anarcho-Tyranny appears. Policing requires a subtle touch, not the blunt, blind rules and regulations of idiot savants.Somewhat of a tangent, but Vox Day touched on this liberal approach in: Mailvox: the Flat Gene Society
A focus on feelings is a reliable hallmark of those with no moral core at their center. The idea that opposing forced desegregation is necessarily indicative of hatred, much less a secret desire for genocide, is not only irrational, but exposes the ravenous, immoral beast at the heart of modern left-liberalism.
Observe the twisted left-liberal logic. First, there is the determination to deny reality. The genetic differences between the various human population groups either exist or not. The intellectual and behavioral limits imposed by those genetic differences either exist or not. And while for the last 50 years it has been de rigueur to claim that there are no genetic differences between various population groups, or that any differences are meaningless, advances in human genetics mean that is now the genetic equivalent of belonging to the Flat Earth Society.
Second, there is the illogical claim that recognizing those genetically imposed limits between various groups must necessarily lead to eugenics. This can only be true if one is operating from an immoral assumption of the right of some central authority to impose minimum capability requirements on the population. Needless to say, I completely reject this notion. The fact that some people are observably incapable of living in an advanced civilization does not justify harming them or treating them as sub-human. There is no reason they should not be able to live in the sort of society in which their predecessors have successfully lived for thousands of years.The Left goes from zero to Holocaust in 3.2 seconds.
Several bloggers have referenced this article by the always great Dalrymple: I Have Seen the Future, and it Is Idiocy. It doesn't mention anarcho-tyranny, but the concept is there.