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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.
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:
Taxation is theft. This concept is central to anarcho-capitalistic thinking. And it’s wrong.
Now that the Free State Project is done, it’s time to think about the next migration project. Because the FSP got a lot of things wrong and there are many more libertarians out there who can be activated, organized and led to great ends.
Socialists should kickstart the capital needed to build their ideal, automated, basic-income society now. Waiting for the government to do it for them is just more of the same and won’t meet their goals.
Before we can create the future, we must imagine it. That’s why I’ve spent most of time over the last three years writing science fiction where underdog characters fight overwhelming forces to forge a better future for themselves. Do you enjoy reading science fiction? Do you like stories with libertarian themes? Do you like strong, moral characters fighting for the right thing?
There are tons of plans and ideas for how a market anarchist society could work but there is no plan for how to get to any of those ideals from the less than ideal situation we currently find ourselves in. I’d like to do something about that. What about you?