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I want to change the world by replacing the nation-state with a voluntary order. People say that’s folly. Here’s why it’s not.
The disappearance of jury trials opens the way for a better justice system.
You’re in the midst of an explosion in libertarian fiction, right now. After a decade without libertarian science fiction anthologies, we’ve actually got three new ones in the space of a couple years. And that’s just the beginning. With that in mind, you have 27 works of libertarian fiction from 11 authors on sale today only for 99¢ each.
Is there One, True Path to Liberty™? Is there only one valid strategy that, if diligently followed, will lead us to a stateless society? Just one, perfect path, perhaps handed down from on high, expertly cultured in the gardens of Valhalla and approved by the wise, if laughing, Buddha?
Libertarians tend to approach things from a rational, logical and fact-based place. But, paradoxically, the greatest determinant of your success in a new endeavor is how much faith you have in yourself.
I’ve previously had a great interest in agorism. I’ve researched it, talked with people about it and practiced it quite extensively for a number of years. Agorism is a failed strategy. I encourage people to not pursue it at this time. Here’s why:
It’s been 45 years since the founding of the Libertarian Party. We’ve got agorists trading on the darknet, we’ve got activists getting arrested for handing out pamphlets, we’ve got pizza delivery guys running for the US Senate and we’ve got loners relocating to the icy mountains of New Hampshire. None of it is working. No one has the answers. No one has a strategy for getting us from here to a voluntary society. If you want something new, join the conversation.
I’m writing a book about how to get more liberty now in your own life. Please check out the early outline and tell me what I’m missing.
Taxation is theft. This concept is central to anarcho-capitalistic thinking. And it’s wrong.