Year Zero: Moralism of the State, Prohibited Pleasure

by | Jul 11, 2019

In Episode 53 Tommy takes a more philosophy driven reasoning for the prohibitions America has and does face. He asserts that every prohibition is a law designed to defeat the body in order for the individual to be useful for the furtherance of the state. Any person participating in drugs, excessive drinking, prostitution, or any other prohibited activity that fulfills the desires of the body in a way that may be damaging must either give up their secularist lifestyle or be forced to serve the state through imprisonment.

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Tommy Salmons is the host of Year Zero, a podcast focusing on government abuse of power.
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