By Gary North GaryNorth.com January 11, 2016 Source: Lew Rockwell.com I have never had a lot of patience. I suppose this is one of my character flaws. I do not suffer fools lightly. I suppose this is another one of my character flaws. I use strong rhetoric to deal with economic imbeciles. I do not […]
Our post today consists of links to other Anarchist/Voluntarist websites, all of which include good posts/articles on the basic objectives of No-Ruler and pure Liberty. We hope now to work toward a regular mailing with links to articles by those who stand with us, and hopefully our own subscribers. Hey, why else would you BE here?
(Mrs??) Larken Rose Video, just excellent.
When the average person hears the word “anarchy,” his mind immediately fills with misconceptions and false assumptions. Voluntaryists often have to spend more time explaining all the things that “anarchy” does NOT mean, than they do explaining what it does mean. Hopefully this video will help with that.
With a ton of comments, some very good; and some so ignorant and brainwashed that they’re unbelievable! Several remarked about her boobs, not the content! Duh!
I’m not recommending the link above, as I brought this here to critique rather than to promote. Thus I’ll be posting only excerpts from the source article. It begins with referencing his dream about murders triggered by the “members” of the BLA, — the Black Liberation Army — in 1971 and 1972. Then..
source for discussion was
Larken Rose voicing a remarkably coherent video comparing the blind faith in both religion and government. Making a good case for true and rational Liberty, this is the best 12:35 minutes you’ll spend this week!
The term “anarcho-capitalism” has, we might say, rather an arresting quality. But while the term itself may jolt the newcomer, the ideas it embodies are compelling and attractive, and represent the culmination of a long development of thought.
If I had to boil it down to a handful of insights, they would be these: (1) each human being, to use John Locke’s formulation, “has a property in his own person”; (2) there ought to be a single moral code binding all people, whether they are employed by the State or not; and (3) society can run itself without central direction.
Perhaps one of the most optimistic libertarians ever was Murray Rothbard, a happy intellectual warrior if ever there was one. And he was very enthusiastic about the revolution of libertarian ideas, because he understood fundamentally that liberty is the only manner of organizing society that is compatible with human nature and human action.