No Government, No Force


Morality is simply a small bundle of principles which are necessarily the foundation upon which all else must rest. If you look at almost any politician in FedGov, do you see any who stand on a Foundation of Principle? If any one thing is causing the fall of America, this is IT!! Especially true for us who are joining now to define the Voluntary System, this must always be the first and primary consideration.

LIFE: Everything must rest and rely upon a most Basic Principle. Every man has, and must have, his Natural Right to Life, for without Life he does not exist. It follows then that each man does and must OWN his Natural Right to have, sustain and enhance his Life, Liberty, Happiness and Prosperity. Today so many sidestep this essential, yet without this foundation, our house cannot stand and will surely fall upon us all.

RIGHTS: Artificial non-living Entities such as governments, organizations, corporations, etc. can neither claim to own the rights of another, nor have any rightful power to negate or detract from those Natural Rights of any Man.

One step more. “Privileges” are not Rights. Privileges can granted only at the expense of the benefactor. Is it working that way today?

Why Choose Force?

FORCE: If you can agree that Force is inhumane, but believe that some circumstances are exceptions, check your premises! A truth consistently remains true; if otherwise it is False.  If Force is inhumane, then it is always inhumane.  So why do humans repeatedly create governments exempted from that morality? Why are governments allowed to force e.g. by taxes, conscription, regulation of free markets, definition or religions, what one may or may not own or must own? Why are they given the power to define whom and or in what manner man must or may associate with? The list is long — what is consistent with truth?

This is the sum of my now-76 years of trying to think without the shackles. If you see something incorrect in any of this, help us get it right!?

Thanks for any input!? Dean Striker



Updated: 16 Nov 2016 — 06:50:58


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  1. Thank you, and I am listening. I am also realizing I haven’t spent enough time reading the content offered here before questioning. LOL

  2. I think we create governments and pay them for taking care of many situations for which we should be responsible. An example is this. Too many call the “law” when there are problems with neighbors, neighbors’ animals, spouses or even friends. I think we can handle our own relationships without that. It works very well to confront them and make it clear you will not tolerate mistreatment or disrespect. I have never failed to solve my own problems, although once I had to show that I was “carrying.” An ole Okie woman toting a piece was just too much for them. I had no more problems with them.

    I just am unclear how I could always do that. If three big strangers were threatening me, I might call the law. Or if I were involved in an auto accident in which the other party was at fault and that party would not make it right, I am not sure I could win that one.

    But, I suppose you would call much of the above to be using “force.” Well, I believe in force when it is my decision and I take responsibility for the outcome. My work is with the very poor, many of them alcohol and drug users, often rather lawless. We try to help and rescue the ones we can. Once I was hiding a battered wife and I heard there was trouble brewing. I called a cop and told him what I would do to protect myself and the woman. He said I could not do that, that he would be at my house within five minutes. I told him I would do whatever was necessary that he could just hide and watch. He told me I would go to jail. I replied that I would come to him personally and offer him my wrists. By the end of our talk, he was on my side, perhaps because he understood I would take the full responsibility for my actions.

    I understand that this is a long boring posting, but some situations can be squirrely and it seems that the force of the law could sometimes be needed.

    I just don’t like a government taking my money and wasting it when I had no part in that decision.

    In a voluntary system, why would my basic principles be necessarily the same as yours? How could we resolve different beliefs? So, are we to voluntarily agree to comprise? If I believed you were encroaching on my rights and you didn’t believe you were, how could that be resolved?

  3. RE personal contact
    As administrator, Striker has the email addresses of all of us. What if each of us who is willing, could email him with permission to release our email address to other active commenter members? He would have to send each one an email that he holds our email addresses in strict confidence and will release to no one not authorized by us. Just a thought, but it would be a way to privately do some brainstorming with some degree of privacy.

  4. I firmly believe DeeB will be an absolute ally. What all of us need is a way to contact each other in the event or imminent threat of collapse. I don’t see that we can rely on much of anything except ourselves. We MUST have such a system in place prior to collapse.

  5. Since I was a child I have never been for governments. Something in me told me that it just wasn’t right. I believe that the Federal government has no business in dictating anything to the people whatsover. They are supposed to be there for the military and protecting our country. The sates are who should take care of their own states. Although I do not believe in taxation, if they were smart, they would not force you to pay them, and should leave it to donations. If people want something in their state, they can give to that cause. But for me to pay for a war that I do not believe in or anything else for that matter, I don’t think so! I don’t believe that it would be so bad when we finally do collapse. That will be the only force I see, is when the people are forced to finally come together and help each other. Sure there will be bad people, but I am sure that the good outweighs the bad. Remember 9/11? That is what will happen. And if we’re all in it together, it doesn’t seem as bad!

  6. Thank you. “Essence” spells out the foundation of principles or morality, if you will. It ought to be the platform on which all else can be built. Sadly, it is merely the “missing link”. One need only look around the governments and politicians of this world – one cannot help but notice.

    You have nudged me that another main article is quite needed here. A foundation is necessary and fine, but useless if not built upon. I suppose that the proponents of Force might claim some other foundation, but as you would know, that would be built of false things which decay and rust. The real discipline is never straying from “Essence”. It rather disturbs me that you refer to the “masses” while individual sanctity is ignored. Each individual is his own “leader”, free to strive for the best he can be, and to determine for himself what seems “best”.

    The collapse will initially result in no-ruler, no-government, aka anarchy. Surely that period will be seen by the “criminal mentality” as their great opportunity to rape, pillage and murder — the stuff of progressivism PC and of Force itself.

    Those free and moral men who finally come to grasp the essence of true liberty will also be free to defend their circle. They will also be their own judge, jury and prosecutor. This will give the criminal types food for thought and discourage such immoral behavior, will it not?

    I write here only of the situation which we might expect after collapsing into the abyss. It is based on the assumption that governments will not only fail, but disappear. It is from there than mankind can make the choice to be free — to be or not be “governed” by force. Govern, a word which needs to disappear forever.

  7. Another outstanding post Striker. I still do not quite grasp the concept (see the whole picture) that when the Fall comes how a new non-ruler society will set down rules from sea to shining sea?

    What do you envision will be availabe to the masses to help them to set aside their now legitimate fear and mistrust when another extends a hand and says follow me. My image of the fall is a total collapse of the moral capacity to follow another.

    There will no doubt be those of clear heads who will reach for the extended hand but I do wonder if this will be the majority. I see force being a necessity at the time of total collapse.

    I remember the movies of the 70s and 80s where a place like New York City is a war zone … a place where one couldn’t get in and couldn’t get out. I don’t want to live my nightmare so tell me more of an easier transistion of moving away from what was known to be evil (government) towards something so inherently better.

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