• ChristianAnarchist's Avatar
    Yesterday, 10:56 PM
    Ummmm, why in the world would anyone take u up on this "hypothetical"?? The whole thing sounds foolish. Do you even have a point??
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  • ChristianAnarchist's Avatar
    Yesterday, 06:39 PM
    Ooooo... Put very nicely. Too bad I'm outa rep...
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    Yesterday, 04:11 PM
    You claim it would be impossible... forgive me for not believing u...
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    Yesterday, 07:29 AM
    You didn't read the exception clause?? There was a specific exception for "America" (but I really don't have time to find it right now - take my word for it)...
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    Yesterday, 06:56 AM
    I'm sure the lawyers for MGM are advising them to hold all "information" close to their chest because if the video and audio shows that they waited even 10 seconds before calling the police they will be considered negligent and liable for every one of the 500+ injuries as well as PTSD for 20,000 concert goers. Could be the end of them... Likewise with any video showing one of their employees cheerfully loading huge bags onto carts and wheeling them up to his room...
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    Yesterday, 06:51 AM
    Yes, and lots of disease, predatory animals, and of course some murder. We will never know what the rate was...
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    10-18-2017, 10:20 PM
    That's some mighty impressive data you borrowed there. I went to the cite to find what their "sources" were. Really, do you expect me to believe all that info can be "extracted" from a few books? How in the world do you expect to extract that info from societies that lived many hundreds or even thousands of years ago?? Did they leave statistics for us? Perhaps this data was on their hard drives which we found intact. Use common sense. These people (and there were only a couple of source books) have an agenda. I'm certainly not saying that I have "better" data because I'm simply pointing out the difficulty of getting accurate data at all. You could dig up a few graves but so what? You might have found graves from a war site. That would mess up the data. Violent death rates of 55%?? How does the society even reproduce with that kind of crazy number?
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  • ChristianAnarchist's Avatar
    10-18-2017, 08:54 AM
    Information is power. They can make (or save) alot by knowing things others don't. Perhaps these people invested in security equipment companies instead... I
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  • ChristianAnarchist's Avatar
    10-17-2017, 08:40 PM
    Certainly the "rule of law" is anarchy. "They" (the goonerment) trick the little people into thinking the "law" exists but only those at the top seem to realize that it's all a shell game. There's nothing under the cup. Law is a joke and doesn't apply to the "important" people. This is anarchy. This is a point I've made for years but there are only a few who "get it". Welcome to the club!
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    10-17-2017, 03:29 PM
    Proper "anarchy" has the most excellent way of preventing people from seizing power... It's called personal possession of weapons (what is laughingly called here the 2nd AM.)... There is no society where the "people" are armed to any extent that they wish to be, and has been "conquered". There is no way to conquer an armed society (with or without a goonerment) because you will get shot at from every bush and tree. It's the reason we cannot "conquer" some of these little tiny countries. They have guns and they DON'T want us there. We kill lots of them but that just makes the ones who survive more angry. ALL the examples you can point to supporting your argument that anarchy does not work are simply because you have not used an anarchy to support your claim. In fact, I can't cite any true example of anarchy in history (I'm sure there must have been some) but none of what you cite are anarchy...
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    10-16-2017, 05:56 AM
    Longevity does not make them "good"...
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    10-15-2017, 10:11 PM
    Is that tongue in cheek?? Because of course competition results in more commerce. Monopoly results in poor service and high prices... Is there any doubt??
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    10-15-2017, 09:17 AM
    Yes, conflict is different when there is no contract (chance encounter on the street for instance). In that instance you would need to make some kind of agreement with your other party. This "agreement" might come to play after you have broken chairs over each other's heads and you have the other party down on the ground with your hands around his neck. You can kill him but since he's an unknown to you it might not be wise because he might have powerful friends who will come looking for you. At that point you might "agree" to let go of his neck and he will "agree" to stop the fighting and look to a non-violent solution. This is verbal contract in action and it really does work everyday if you look around you. Fender benders for instance. Haven't you ever agreed to a cash payment "under the table" for a bump on your car? These kinds of events can work out without violence and sometimes there's violence. If you call the goons, however, there's a very good chance of violence. There's violence either way, I think the anarchist way results in LESS violence...
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    10-15-2017, 08:24 AM
    Last one to leave please close the door...
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    10-15-2017, 08:04 AM
    Deception and lies. I'm surprised at you, and you claim to be "anarchist". Maybe you need to look that term up. You claim I'm 100% for China?? Why do you speak such lies?? I'm not 100% (or even 1%) FOR any fiction called a "country" and you would know that (100%) if you read anything I've ever written. For you it's obvious you can't follow a subject and there's really no point in this back and forth with you because every post you change directions like a rabbit running from prey. I'm glad you can avoid the prey but hey, I'm not preying on you man!! I have no interest in wasting my time responding to your constant deviation from the subject at hand (which was, if you can look back that far) all about doing crime in the name of the (fiction) state and claiming it's ok. Spoiler - it's NOT!
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    10-13-2017, 09:18 PM
    You're kidding right?? You don't know the difference between "having authority over" someone and being "an authority on" something??? Are you on the same planet??? And the "rules" have already been explained above. NO ONE HAS AUTHORITY OVER ANYONE ELSE!!!
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    10-13-2017, 05:45 PM
    So many questions - so few answers...
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    10-13-2017, 05:40 PM
    That's an excellent answer...
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    10-13-2017, 05:38 PM
    Personally I want to boycott the games for a different reason. I'm sick and tired of going to a game and getting the goonerment propaganda during the pre-game AND during some of the commercials. They always want to drag out some veteran and ask everyone to honor him for his "service". Until only a few years back none of this was an issue because it was not covered at games (or at least not very often). It's only since 2008 or so when the goonerment started PAYING sports venues to promote pro-goonerment propaganda that this has become an issue. It's quite appropriate that there is this big anti-goonerment backlash from some people who are sick and tired of the worship service. I will pick my own "god", thank you very much...
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    10-13-2017, 05:34 PM
    Now if only it were possible to boycott the cops...
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    10-13-2017, 10:52 AM
    The "rules" are quite simple. NO ONE has any "authority" over anyone else. Is that so hard to imagine?? Do you enjoy having people who CLAIM to have authority over you (but they really don't)? And when do you tell those who make this claim to foulk off??
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    10-12-2017, 06:21 AM
    Yes, that counts. Any agreement between people verbal or written is "contract". If the kid next door asks if I want my lawn mowed for $15 and I say "yes", that's a contract. It's not a very specific contract because there is only one "clause", but it's a contract. How in "anarchy" do we enforce contract? The same way you do with goonerment. You hire people with guns to settle your dispute. Oh you say, but that is such a crude method!!! Um.... that's exactly what we have today. If contract is violated you call the goons...
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