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    Yesterday, 11:46 PM
    I have read his papers. Do you think Jesus Christ says we ought to have neighbors that speak our language, look like us and behave like us? How would Jesus enforce such a social code? Why would Jesus see to strictly limit His neighbours freedoms? Also I went and had a look at your three papers after the first post, no need to spam them.
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    Yesterday, 07:31 PM
    I know exactly where the revolutionaries come from and what their ideas are. I am saying it is irrelevant. Most of the movement doesn't support them. The trouble with revolutions is they are easy to co-opt. A shit tonne of people stuck at home watched a man in custody get suffocated slowly for 8 and a half minutes while other officers stood around. Most people think that's fucking unamerican. Their outrage is not because they are communists. People shouldn't be dying in custody., even if they're black and criminals. The protestors are in no way loyal to the critical theorists. There is nothing to be loyal to. They are unable to create positive normative causes. There is a total vacuum of leadership on this.
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    Yesterday, 07:20 PM
    If y'all protested government excess like the blacks do now this wouldn't be a problem. People keep saying any day now the weight of government will be too much. It will start a civil war. Got ammo n guns n such. Then someone dies from the literal weight of government on camera. Why aren't you all out burning the precincts down? Y'all hate the state so damn much? Where is your volcanic rage when the government oversteps?
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    Yesterday, 07:14 PM
    BLM the organisation can't sustain anything. Look at Evergreen State. What they have done is created conditions for people like us with actual answers to stand up. New Zealand has a higher percentage of first gen immigrants than the USA and 12% natives. Our native population is 7 times bigger than it was at contact, unlike the USA's which is half what it was. I studied in North Carolina. I lived in Texas for a year. I think Blacks can handle liberty just fine given the chance. Point being, you could easily use the liberation of Blacks from state oppression to liberate yourselves simultaneously.
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    Yesterday, 06:28 PM
    Police brutality is a symptom of unlimited government that is required by the war on drugs. Re-segregation, the erecting of confederate statues etc, was all done by Democrat Progressives. It should be easy to get up and say that Black Lives only matter to libertarians and demonstrably not to communists. Marx had not time for blacks, women, *****s, or the disabled. Only German protestant factory workers. Black Lives Matter could be easily co-opted by libertarians, but for some fucking reason nobody wants to make the government smaller for the sake of Black people. Y'all would rather have a big government than let black people walk around free? People who want to protest red-light cameras and drivers licenses, but can't possibly admit that the government is coming down harder on blacks than on whites?
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    Yesterday, 05:56 PM
    Hoppes a straight fascist. He wants to live in a cathedral not a bazaar, but he wants to do it without a "state". Just a manifest non-democratic will of the unified culture. He writes interesting stuff, but as a person he doesn't want to live in a free market society. There's a lot of libertarians who don't actually like liberty, it just hasn't occurred to them that a free society might not be what they imagined. I don't think there is a libertarian to far-right pipeline. I think there is a lot of crypto-fascists hiding their desire for a powerful state inside a rhetoric about a tiny or non-existent state with massive social coercion that is somehow not-a-state. As it is becoming obvious that a free market means brown people or brothels next door all these 'western values' people are going to have to choose between freedom and whiteness.
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    07-09-2020, 06:48 PM
    Ideally it would be a new state under Creek nation. Such a clean solution is unlikely to be built though. Also most of your tribute still goes to the Feds. New Zealand has been going through this process since 1975 when our Supreme court upheld the Treaty of Waitangi. Its been an okay process for the most part. Who knew laws and markets could process turmoil so easily without a central plan outlining how each person will be safe in their beds?
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    07-09-2020, 05:17 PM
    The state can't possibly be in the wrong. They feared for their lives, they said so. Critical thinking around here is getting as stunted as it is on the left.
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    07-09-2020, 03:56 PM
    "Guy known to be super friendly to cops shoots at cops for no reason and gets justifiably killed by the Godly and Holy State" - Half of RPFs as soon as the state is harming non-whites. What the fuck is wrong with you people? Good rule of thumb: The state is the bad guy. Fucking always.
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    07-09-2020, 03:49 PM
    I hope libertarians get on the right side of this. If America is to be a nation of laws, property rights, and contracts then this has to extend to natives, and the treaties must be upheld. I don't care if it creates turmoil. Ending the FED would create turmoil too. How many people here think taxation is theft but expropriating land isn't? https://www.nytimes.com/2020/07/09/us/supreme-court-oklahoma-mcgirt-creek-nation.html
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    07-09-2020, 03:23 AM
    No political positions, but tax free?
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    07-09-2020, 03:19 AM
    It took three years for Brexit to go from referendum to implementation with two snap elections and three prime ministers. The fuckers will fight every inch of the way. The TPP was super unpopular in New Zealand until it was Trump that killed it. You have to keep the heat on for a pretty long time to melt through the shackles that find you. They get real hot during the process and it hurts. But it works.
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    07-07-2020, 02:41 AM
    Its an argument that social reality is basically a power struggle. From what I am seeing on this forum shit loads of people *here* agree and don't actually think the rights of non-whites count. Will you listen to yourselves? You sound exactly like the people wanting to ban super heroes.
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    07-07-2020, 02:21 AM
    Your argument boils down to using force most successfully justifies any action. On a Ron Paul Forum. FFS. No show of getting to a discussion about upholding contracts then. Treaties mean nothing to you. The government that protects you can confiscate anything of yours they like, because "defence". Or do you object to the government confiscating your property, but confiscating brown peoples property is fine? What in the actual fuck. I guess America rightfully owns Iraq?
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    07-06-2020, 07:39 PM
    And that justifies all the appropriation of land in violation of treaties with Natives within Americas borders?
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    07-06-2020, 01:59 PM
    What does this even mean? Theres a bunch of very non-liberty shit baked into the current set-up of the country. It can be fixed. Do you not want to fix it because America would be less American if there was more liberty and justice for all? The only reason the woke get any traction at all is because there is a lot of very real injustice happening, and people like libertarians have decided to categorically ignore it. Until we fix that the wokes are going to have legit gripes with which to undermine civilization. As emazur pointed out, to defeat them you have to displace the woke solutions with real solutions, not pretend there is no problem.
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    07-05-2020, 10:24 PM
    New Zealand doesn't mandate masks. We shut down real hard for four weeks, now the country is open again with a two week quarantine at the border. Its a pretty simple idea. And y'all would have a great excuse for super secure borders.
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    07-05-2020, 10:15 PM
    You can out-woke them, but its a race to the bottom. Basically Rand's 20th century motors. Out-woking them will destroy your soul. What you can do is actually address things that are bullshit, like the war on drugs, or the mass confiscation of native lands. There probably is a real example of actual honest to god racism pretty close to home. Ask them why they don't want to end the war on drugs. Out freedom them. Most SJWs aren't true and proper critical theorists, but they have only been exposed to one idea. They need a cause to fight for to have meaning in life. Give them a better one.
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    07-05-2020, 04:17 PM
    Rand VP?
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    07-05-2020, 12:09 AM
    Should have primaried Trump. DNC could still pick him up though. 60k comments on that tweet, including this gold. A candidate answering debate questions in verse up against two elderly dementia patients...
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    07-04-2020, 11:46 PM
    So... a single woman in a truly free market couldn't possibly raise a kid on her own? Definitely wouldn't find it preferable to being stuck with the same boring dude forever? Enforced monogamy was a product of the same societies as guilds and feudal lords. Welfare targeted certain racial groups, but everyone else eventually realized free markets meant free markets in family too. Marriages are historically economic units after all. Free markets and free enterprise most notably created cheap reliable birth control. This emancipated women more than anything else. Prior to the pill if a woman had any sex drive whatsoever she was condemned to shitting out kids til she died from it. Free markets and free enterprise have turned the 12 hours a day of household labour into 30 minutes, easily outsourced.
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    07-04-2020, 05:04 PM
    Want to watch people bitch about the creation of a national bank? Hamilton is a fun a lively musical. Iffy and all, but fun. What I thought it did really well was illuminate the revolution and founding a loose and contingent enterprise, filled with ambition and compromise, heavy duty thinking, and human failures. That the world was being reshaped then, and could be reshaped again today. We take so much of our social structure for granted not having recently been to war to seriously defend it from alternatives. Hamilton successfully shows us what it was like for those ideas to be fresh new and fragile. 100% everyone here has deep issues with all the founding fathers, but when was the last time you saw a hip hop musical about the federalist papers?
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    07-04-2020, 04:58 PM
    Capitalism makes individuals independent of the family. Women are able to survive on their own. Men and women are able to outsource reproduction. We now largely limit family because it would be a fucking huge tax haven if 30 business men could all marry each other. Without socialist, theocratic, or fascist controls people are free to form whatever social bonds they wish. Marx bitched about capitalism eroding the family and gender roles in Kapital.
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    07-04-2020, 04:45 PM
    I post on some of the competitiors. Scale will kill them if they ever get it. Bitchute uses some peer stuff but not enough. On the $10K thing, was in a video dealing with the problem of the rouge billionaire. He never actually did address the rouge billionaire just cases leading up to it. He's also totally cool with blackboxes in every car etc. Total surveillance shared between trans national corporations is fine as long as its not the "state" doing it. There is a huge disconnect in libertarian streams between people who want all sorts of people to live together with minimum fuss, and people like Hoppe/Molyneux, who want a huge social machine enforcing a rigid culture and just don't call it a state.
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    07-03-2020, 04:36 AM
    Molyneuxs Utopia included $10k rewards for reporting neighbours with unregistered firearms. When it dawned on him that liberty inevitably meant race mixing he went full fash. Still a very bad sign that he was banned tho.
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    06-30-2020, 10:06 PM
    Gender Critical went too. Reddits nailing their colours to the mast.
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    06-30-2020, 09:48 PM
    Youtube loses like a billion dollars per year. How do you compete with a company that can afford to do that? Mind you people seem to think their are no barriers to entry for competitors to put in new roads that service your house.
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    06-30-2020, 05:55 PM
    This was the whole point of 80's Watchmen, deconstructing the idea of cops with capes. Anybody here should think Batman should have stayed Bruce Wayne and focused his intellect on building his family's company and employing people rather than beating the shit out of the alternately employed and mentally ill. The most useful part of American superheroes is that they go home after they win the fight rather than becoming king, which is what Beowulf and every other non-american hero myth supposes. That might be the foundation of American exceptionalism, the strong retire after the fight and leave civil society to civilians. It certainly was the basis of non-interventionism. "A community in a harmonious paradise is threatened by evil; normal institutions fail to contend with this threat; a selfless superhero emerges to renounce temptations and carry out the redemptive task; aided by fate, his decisive victory restores the community to its paradisaical condition; the superhero then recedes into obscurity."
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    06-30-2020, 05:53 PM
    God help the poor bastards running the DNC convention. Could easy go 1968 on their asses if Biden bows out. GOP easy could have the same if there was a floor challenge to Trump. Its not like there isn't precedent. Worlds way too charged up for manicured conventions, even if they are online ones somehow.
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    06-30-2020, 01:08 AM
    How are your political parties soooooo shit that nobody primaried Trump, and Biden is the best the DNC has? Rand should have run against Trump on principle, so that in 2024 people remember who was against this. The conventions not til August. Trump could not to run yet if he actually wanted out. More likely he has no proper grip on quite what he has unleashed. Also who the hell buys the idea that the President is unreachable by the White House for 3 hours? They wanted it up.
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