No gods, no masters is an anarchist and labor slogan. Its English origin comes from a pamphlet handed out by the Industrial Workers of the World during the 1912 Lawrence Textile Strike. The phrase is derived from the French slogan “Ni dieu ni maître!” (literally ‘Neither God nor master’) coined by the socialist Louis Auguste Blanqui in 1880, when he published a journal by that name.
“No gods. no masters” is a statement that you are the only one in charge of your life without coercion and accept the consequences of your actions and as well the indiscriminate circumstances of reality.