The Myth of “Public Servants”

The Myth of “Public Servants”

https://youtu.be/f2WGdgXmXrs Quick objection to socialism. Just as some students thrive in group projects and others don’t, some workers thrive in cooperatives and others don’t. So we shouldn’t insist that every workplace be collectivized in some way; let workers choose whatever arrangement suits them best. – Chris Freiman Watch on BitChute Watch on X Watch on Odysee

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The Meaning of Life w/ David L. Bahnsen

The Meaning of Life w/ David L. Bahnsen

https://youtu.be/9WtVGJeatsE Work is not, primarily, a thing one does to live, but the thing one lives to do. It is, or it should be, the full expression of the worker’s faculties, the medium in which he offers himself to God. —Dorothy Sayers David L. Bahnsen is the founder, managing partner, and Chief Investment Officer of The Bahnsen Group, overseeing $5.3 billion in client assets. Full Time: Work and the Meaning of Life: https://a.co/d/e5LyLKN Watch on BitChute

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Creative Control and Private Property

Private property isn’t about selfishness so much as it’s about creative control. Someone might want to have their own business, not because they’re greedy, but because they have a vision of how they want things to go that won’t be realized if everyone else gets a say in it. – Chris Freiman, Professor, John Chambers College of Business and Economics at WVU

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A Strategy for Victory – Hans-Hermann Hoppe, Ph.D.

A Strategy for Victory – Hans-Hermann Hoppe, Ph.D.

https://youtu.be/70oW1bau5Tg Th e strategy was dictated by the quasi-libertarian, stateless medieval starting point, and it suggested itself “naturally,” fi rst and foremost to the top ranks of social authority, in particular to feudal kings. In a nutshell, it boils down to this rule: instead of remaining a mere primus inter pares, you must become a solus primus, and to do this you must undermine, weaken, and ultimately eliminate all competing authorities and hierarchies of social authority. - Hans-Herman Hoppe, The Great Fiction Watch on Bitchute

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How Bitcoin Was Hijacked w/ Roger Ver & Steve Patterson

How Bitcoin Was Hijacked w/ Roger Ver & Steve Patterson

https://youtu.be/q1S3JXhH758 Bitcoin was designed to be digital cash, usable in everyday commerce, with minimal fees and fast transactions, and it worked that way for years. But today, Bitcoin is thought to be “digital gold,” not meant for everyday commerce, with high fees and slow transactions—a complete reversal of the original design. It’s discussed as a “store of value,” with little care for its utility as a payment system. - Roger Ver, Hijacking Bitcoin: The Hidden History of BTC Roger Ver is the founder of Bitcoin.com, and Steve Patterson is the founder of the Natural Philosophy...

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Production Precedes Distribution

Production Precedes Distribution

The progress of civilization has meant the reduction of employment, not its increase. It is because we have become increasingly wealthy as a nation that we have been able to virtually eliminate child labor, to remove the necessity of work for many of the aged and to make it unnecessary for millions of women to take jobs. A much smaller proportion of the American population needs to work than that, say, of China or of Russia. The real question is not whether there will be 50,000,000 or 60,000,000 jobs in America in 1950, but how much shall we produce, and what, in consequence, will be our...

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Israel Winner of the 2003 Iraq Oil War

Israel Winner of the 2003 Iraq Oil War

From the Foreword by Lawrence B. Wilkerson: “[T]he debate over whether oil was a principal reason for the 2003 invasion has waxed and waned, with one camp arguing that it absolutely was, while the other argues the precise opposite.” “Mr. Vogler, himself a former...

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