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  3. 14:15 20th Oct 2014

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    Libertarians make a self-defeating mistake in assuming that their fundamental principles differ radically from most other people’s principles. Think how much easier it would be to bring others to the libertarian position if we realized that they already agree with us in substantial ways.

    What am I talking about? It’s quite simple. Libertarians believe that the initiation of force is wrong. So do the overwhelming majority of nonlibertarians. They, too, think it is wrong to commit offenses against person and property. I don’t believe they abstain merely because they fear the consequences (retaliation, prosecution, fines, jail, lack of economic growth). They abstain because they sense deep down that it is wrong, unjust, improper. In other words, even if they never articulate it, they believe that other individuals are ends in themselves and not merely means to other people’s the ends. They believe in the dignity of individuals. As a result, they perceive and respect the moral space around others. (This doesn’t mean they are consistent, but when they are not, at least they feel compelled to rationalize.) …

     
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  5. 15:06 19th Oct 2014

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    both models are based on massive levels of monopoly and rent extraction, and even the “Party of Working People” just gives us back just enough of our labor product from those extracted rents to keep us working. What they give back in “redistribution” is nowhere near what they helped their capitalist masters steal from us in the first place. The only real justice will come, not from electing farmers who are kinder to us “livestock,” but from tearing down the fence.
     
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  8. 12:20 18th Oct 2014

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  10. 12:20 17th Oct 2014

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    bodhioshea you mean “circular,” not “circuitous.”

    bodhioshea you mean “circular,” not “circuitous.”

     
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  15. 12:20 16th Oct 2014

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    People sometimes inquire what form of government is most suitable for an artist to live under. To this question there is only one answer. The form of government that is most suitable to the artist is no government at all.
    — Oscar Wilde