George H. Smith, a very good anarchist spokesman, republishing an excellent article on the philosophical reasoning for anarchy. It’s fairly long, and skipping over won’t help!
This is nothing more than a “share” of a good post by “SicilianThing” at 1PP,
for which the unstated aource came thru LewRockwell.com, and which originated at
Follow the source link(s) and we need say nothing more, The warning is Too Real!
APRIL 7, 2015 — Benjamin M. Wiegold at Mises.org
The battle for the North Pole is snowballing between national governments along the Arctic Circle, as they all have their eyes set on the vast natural resources residing in the Arctic region. Indeed, it’s estimated the Arctic Ocean floor contains 22 percent of all unused oil and natural gas in the world — the largest remaining untapped concentration.
About the best I’ve seen from Ron Paul:
The American Empire has been long in the making. A green light was given in 1990 to finalize that goal. Dramatic events occurred that year that allowed the promoters of the American Empire to cheer. It also ushered in the current 25-year war to solidify the power necessary to manage a world empire. Most people in the world now recognize this fact and assume that the empire is here to stay for a long time. That remains to be seen.
(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
This means that the federal government should not be involved in any way, shape, or form with the education of anyone. No Pell Grants, student loans, federal regulations, research grants, Elementary and Secondary Education Act, teacher-education requirements, Department of Education, teacher-certification standards, school accreditation, Title IX mandates, educational vouchers, No Child Left Behind Act, school breakfast or lunch programs, Head Start funding, bilingual-education mandates, busing to achieve racial desegregation, Education for All Handicapped Children Act, diversity mandates, Common Core, presidential visits to schools, standardized-testing requirements, special-education mandates, math and science initiatives, Race to the Top funds, or Higher Education Act.
Since conservatives regularly support most of these things, there is a world of difference between their criticisms of public schools and the consistent and principled criticisms offered by libertarians.