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    09-17-2017, 07:12 PM
    So we could substitute an Australian Aborigines for Prince Harry of England without any major change? There are major differences in intelligence and levels of culture among the races.
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    09-17-2017, 07:00 PM
    Culture only comes from an intelligent, creative race. Race is biology. Culture is a byproduct of people who have the intellectual and creative racial elements.
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    09-17-2017, 06:30 PM
    Ethno-nationalism is when the nation is based upon an ethnicity/race. This is the entire history of Europe. Starting with Ancient Greece, to the Roman Empire, to all modern day nations in Europe. They are all based on race. Of course the individuals rights can be protected. And if the government does something you don't like, you are free to leave. The nation being all one race (or largely one race) naturally forms a culture and tradition. You can't take this libertarian ideology to the max and say anarcho-capitalism is the only 'official way' to organize society. Humans are social beings. We want to be in a group, and need to be in a group. People want some form of collective effort to be made to accomplish something important. If all governments around the world collapsed, people would naturally form into groups based on race. Why? Because race is the foundation of culture. People of the same race share a common heritage and its natural for them to get along with each other better than in a multi-racial society. Ethno-Nationalism managed along libertarian principles. The purpose of the nation is to defend the race. So national defense would be socialized, and maybe 1 other major area, perhaps energy or something critical like that. Everything else is managed by the free market based on a gold standard. This is how America was formed, as a nation based on race along libertarian principles. It was created to be a Northern European outpost (British, Dutch, German, and Sweden/Norway). Than the bill of rights protects our civil liberties, and we had the free market, and a large country with lots of natural resources. This is why America was a great nation. We have been going downhill since after WW2. Its not libertarianism by itself. Its the fusion of libertarianism, with racial nationalism. Race is the starting point.
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    09-16-2017, 07:14 PM
    In an environment of anarchy, I suspect most people will form into groups based on race. They will begin talking and the best and brightest of the group will lead them into forming an organized society. People want some form of collectivism, even if its minimal. I believe in ethno-nationalism managed according to libertarian principles of a neutral foreign policy, gold standard, free markets, and civil liberties. People of the same race naturally form a common culture. I believe race is the starting point, not the individual. The fundamental purpose of government is to protect the race. All world historical events are nothing more than the expression of self preservation of the races, for better or worse.
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    09-16-2017, 01:28 PM
    I wanted to get ideas about how we can fix this stranglehold AIPAC and the corporations have on our government. Yes, I believe grassroots education is a good first step. We need a whole generation of educated people who have an understanding of the ideas of liberty. What else can be done? For example, what would Ron Paul have done if elected in 2012 to counter AIPAC and the Corporations? Can we outlaw special interests/lobbying?
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    09-13-2017, 01:07 PM
    If anyone can please give me their thoughts on the following platform if it would be accurate to what Ron Paul would do as President. Also, if there are any other suggestions please let me know as I am a novice. I think it is important to work together so we all have a clear understanding of what we are aiming for in a platform for fixing America. Thank you! Platform to Restore the American Dream Foreign Policy 1. Close all military bases worldwide starting with the middle east 2. End all pre-emptive war authorizations 3. Withdraw from the UN, NATO, NAFTA, World Bank, & IMF 4. End all foreign aid & military aid 5. Secure the borders, merit-based immigration, no amnesty
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    09-09-2017, 03:27 PM
    Yes, ultimately libertarianism is anarcho-capitalism, but in theory you won't tell people they can't voluntarily form into groups and develop a distinct culture. Voluntary is the fundamental component in libertarianism. If people voluntarily choose a culture of National Socialism, that is practicing libertarian philosophy. If people choose to voluntarily form a nation based of National Socialism, that is there choice. Its is tyrannical for you to tell them they can't.
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    09-09-2017, 02:33 PM
    The problem I have with libertarians is that the formation of America, as with most countries, was libertarian. If anyone who immigrated here does not like the culture that was established, its institutions, form of government, or anything else about America, they are free to leave. And this too is a libertarian principle. In a pure anarcho-capitalist world without governments, libertarians in theory, would not object to a group of Germans voluntarily choosing to live in an area they own collectively, and run on any political philosophy they choose, be it libertarian, or National Socialism. The key feature is that people are free to leave that group/nation. Hitler's Germany was libertarian in the sense that he did not force anyone to stay. Yes it wasn't run on libertarian principles, but they people understood that and chose to live that way. Any act of influencing people in a America to destabilize its founding principles, and culture is subversion. It is done solely to destabilize a nations people, government, and culture. I am a strong believer in Ron Paul and many of the libertarian principles. I think most libertarians take a individualistic worldview too far sometime. Especially in the west, we do have libertarianism. People should be promoting a return to the constitution, to the pre 1945 foreign policy, and pre 1913 economic policy.
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