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    Today, 08:45 AM
    Don't send your kids to Michelle Obamas library?
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    Yesterday, 08:07 PM
    Hows that "faith" for you?
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    Yesterday, 07:59 PM
    Apparently the world is 6000 years old and coal and natural gases only formed within 6000 years against all objective evidence I believe that. Sure I can believe that a single pair of animals can resurrect a species without going extinct due to inbreeding.
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    Yesterday, 07:46 PM
    “When the Missionaries arrived, the Africans had the land and the Missionaries had the Bible. They taught how to pray with our eyes closed. When we opened them, they had the land and we had the Bible.” ― Jomo Kenyatta
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    Yesterday, 07:43 PM
    I don't think in the slightest that theres anything "libertarian" in the slightest about claiming ownership of anyones soul or using the government as your own personal gang to enforce the Semitic Jew laws on the rest of mankind and I don't think missionaries appropriating cultural symbols to fit a sick political agenda is fundamentally "heretical" when you consider that a shit load of missionaries can use and abuse people who know nothing about "heresy" thankfully. http://defenceforumindia.com/forum/threads/games-evangelists-missionaries-play.61689/
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    Yesterday, 07:37 PM
    Actually begin to read the article please.
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    Yesterday, 06:58 PM
    Oh f*** off you condescending muppet. Go back to the Amish where you belong we dont want you here. https://www.sabhlokcity.com/category/religion/page/2/
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    Yesterday, 02:13 PM
    Responses in bold Just the opposite. Tribe place huge limitations on the power of chiefs. For example, chiefs could not compel you to obey them. They had to prove they were worth following by first bestowing some gift upon the family. In order to act they had to have the approval of the tribal elders, who in turn had to have the approval of the clans. If individuals in a clan did not wish to follow the elder or chief they did not have to do so. Even in war a war chief could not compel you to serve them nor punish you for not doing so. They had to win soldiers by distributing gifts and presenting their strategy, convincing others it would be successful. If you want to talk about societies where those in authority have the power to beat, torture, and murder you for refusing to obey them, you're talking about a Statist society. You're talking about Presidents, Kings, and Generals. I can think of no better illustration than this: In war if you try to leave a European army the general could have you shot for "cowardice" or "treason." In a Native war band you could not be compelled to stay. You could certainly lose face for backing out of the fight after committing, but you would not be harmed by the War Chief for doing so.
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    Yesterday, 01:40 PM
    Why settle for "freest"? 'Tis a bit like saying, "Which one of these scoops of ice cream would you like, the one with a handful of dog shit in it, the one with a marble sized amount of dog shit in it, or this one with a pebble size amount of dog shit in it?" You all are arguing over how much shit is too much shit when the correct answer is you shouldn't be eating shit at all.
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    Yesterday, 01:37 PM
    Concepts and ideas are the only things that matter. If the 21st century has lost it, there is no greater time to rebirth it. And liberty is the antithesis of tribalism. Whereas tribalism demands all wills bend to the demands of the collective, liberty demands individualism. You can have community with tribalism and society without collectivism.
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    Yesterday, 11:49 AM
    Technology has nothing to do with being more tribal or less tribal or even more free and less free. China is one of the most technologically advanced nations on the planet. Singapore is one of the richest. Neither rank anywhere near the freest. Further, it doesn't matter how big or small you are if the conqueror has far superior technology if your only method of resistance is violence. You're going to lose. It doesn't matter if you're a state or not. Being a state in fact grants no great possibility of success or failure in warfare. The Inca and Aztec both were highly developed states with more well-trained men, more organization, and a greater knowledge of the territory than their Spanish conquerors. Yet the Inca and Aztec still lost. Sometimes in insanely lopsided battles. At the Battle of Cajamarca, for example, around 180 Spanish soldier defeated anywhere between 3,000-8,000 highly trained Incan warriors. Why? Cannons and steel. It has nothing to do with Anarchy vs. the State and everything to do with technology. In fact, if you want to compare, the Native Americans of the US and Canada, even though they were smaller groups, more anarchic groups, were able to put off total domination by their more advanced invaders by hundreds of years. Whereas the highly statists Aztecs and Incans fell in a matter of years, it took centuries for the English and Americans to totally pacify the Natives. You still have isolated Native resistance as late as 1924 in America! So, being a state has nothing to do with success or failure at war. But if we look at which groups are able to continue fighting the longest, even against technologically superior foes with greater numbers, it seems the more anarchic the better. Anarchy proves superior.
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    10-16-2017, 05:02 PM
    Exactly. Just look at the arguments. Statists argue that anarchy will lead to warlordism as local warlords seize power. Let us assume this is true. Small time warlords with small time armies either must give the people they rule great benefits or they will be overwhelmed by the much larger population. At the very least people will have more power over their lives and who rules them. On the other hand, the State is warlordism taken to the Nth degree. Your local mayor? Nothing but a warlord who uses the local military force -the police- to maintain power. And if you ever threaten the warlord's state the warlord can call in greater and overwhelming force from an even more powerful warlord above them -the Governor and state National Guard- unlike in anarchy where there would be no greater power and no ability to overwhelm the people with brute might. And if that fails, your local warlord and his boss warlord can call in their master -the Head of State, the President in the USA- who will declare your local demands for justice and liberty to be a "rebellion" and send in the might of the national military to devastate and dominate you, murdering you into submission. Can anarchy get bad? Absolutely. But even at its worst anarchy is a far better system than the State at its best. Anarchist societies have less violence, less war, less destruction, whereas the State can only exist by and through those things.
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    10-16-2017, 04:55 PM
    There is no such thing as a good State. The very basic foundation of any and all States is tyranny. And they will only become more and more tyrannical. Ther eis not a single State in all of history that has ever reduced tyranny. Anarchy is the absence of all tyranny. It is possible that violence and bloodshed could happen in an anarchist society. But this is so in all forms of human organization. Anarchists realize though that anarchy gives the least bloodshed and causes the least harm for the most people. It is not perfect, nothing is perfect. But it is better in every realistic case and example you can conjure than the State, any type of State.
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    10-16-2017, 04:51 PM
    If you cannot distinguish between someTHING and someONE then you've got a serious problem.
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by PierzStyx on 10-09-2017 at 03:59 PM
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Ron: What the country does need, he said, is "a much better immigration service" fed by more resources. Not that he'd "vote for extra money." But he does, he told the crowd, have a plan.
And what is his proposition for a "much better immigration service" exactly?

The solution to really addressing the problem of illegal immigration, drug smuggling, and the threat of cross-border terrorism is clear: remove the welfare magnet that attracts

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Links To Libertarian and Anarchist Reading Material Part III

by PierzStyx on 09-25-2017 at 12:19 PM
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Living in a State-Run World by Murray Rothbard
May a Libertarian Take Money From the Government? by Walter Block
Is there a Human Right to Medical Insurance by Walter Block
Hobbes, Minarchism, and Anarchy by Stephen Krogh (short audio, 12 mins)
Anarchy and Democracy by Stefan Molyneux (video)
Taking Care of the Poor in a Free Society by Stefan Molyneux (video)
Mises Panel Discussion

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LInks To Libertarian and Anarchist Reading Material Part I

by PierzStyx on 09-25-2017 at 12:17 PM
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That might make you equal to Krug IF you provided links to the people you claim can counter the arguments he linked to, go ahead enlighten us.
Meh, Krug is weaksauce like you. This subject has been covered many times since '08. I sometimes forget y'all are n00bs here, sorry.

This was complied by our friend Wesker back in 2011. You should have read it long ago. (other people like Conza have compiled lists too, I just can't find them ATM)

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Excellent Quotes From Lincoln And Others About Civil War causes

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-Secretary of war Simon Cameron August 8 1861


"My paramount object in this struggle is to save the Union, and is not either to save or to destroy slavery. If I could save the Union without freeing any slave I would do it, and if I could save it by freeing all the slaves I would do it; and if I could save it by freeing some and leaving others alone

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