Consent is Morality. Sean Leal & Keith Knight

Consent is Morality. Sean Leal & Keith Knight

Each individual should have the freest possible scope for the development of his faculties and his personality. In order to have this scope, he must have freedom from violence against himself. Violence can only repress and destroy human growth and endeavor, and neither can reason and creativity function under an atmosphere of coercion. If each person has equal defense against violence, this “equality before the law” will permit him to maximize his potentialities.

 

Murray N. Rothbard

Education: Free and Compulsory, p. 6

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What is Anarchism? Mark Passio, Larken Rose and Keith Knight

What is Anarchism? Mark Passio, Larken Rose and Keith Knight

… I define anarchist society as one where there is no legal possibility for coercive aggression against the person or property of any individual. Anarchists oppose the State because it has its very being in such aggression, namely, the expropriation of private property through taxation, the coercive exclusion of other providers of defense service from its territory, and all of the other depredations and coercions that are built upon these twin foci of invasions of individual rights.

– Murray N. Rothbard, Libertarian Forum v. 1, p. 535

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Timestamps-

0:00 – Mark Skousen quote

0:37 – What is freedom?

2:14 – What is a ‘right’?

4:05 – What is ‘natural law’?

6:38 – What is ‘government’? Why are you anti-government?

9:06 – What is ‘anarchism’?

11:32 – Quote from The Most Dangerous Superstition by Larken Rose

11:53 – What is ‘gun control’?

22:46 – Are police responsible for enforcing immoral laws?

26:29 – The power of ‘no’

31:24 – Is anarchism a utopian pipe dream?

36:00 – What about the poor?

39:44 – Do we need ‘government’ to have basic safety or regulation in society?

44:58 – Appeal to tradition & popularity

49:59 – How government gets its power & how we can escape mind control

56:56 – How do we differentiate moral from immoral behavior?

1:04:26 – How can we determine truth from falsehood?

1:10:44 – What have you learned from talking to statists for 20+ years?

1:13:56 – What is the most important information you learned researching “Tesla energy suppression”?

1:18:00 – 30 Second elevator pitch to non-anarchists

1:19:40 – Any final thoughts/ anything I missed? 

Government Itself is Immoral – James Corbett

Government Itself is Immoral – James Corbett

For example, consider slavery. Slavery is a system in which a nonviolent human being must labor for another under the threat of aggressive violence. For Rothbard, slavery is unjust because it violates the non-aggression principle. Therefore, slavery must be illegal. Now consider the case of drinking alcohol. Although it may be morally reprehensible and bad for one’s health, drinking alcohol
does not involve the use of violence against a nonviolent human being. Therefore, drinking alcohol must be legal. In this manner, Rothbard uses the non-aggression test to determine whether any act is just or unjust and must be legal or illegal.

Although the non-aggression principle itself has never been controversial in the history of thought, its implications can be shocking for the uninitiated. For example, consider the case of taxation. A tax is a payment that government extracts from a human being under the threat of aggressive violence. To Rothbard, taxation is unjust because it violates the non-aggression principle. Any logically consistent thinker who accepts the principle must reject taxation.

 

Edward W. Fuller

Rothbard A to Z, xxvii

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Natural Law Anarchism. Mark Passio and Keith Knight

Natural Law Anarchism. Mark Passio and Keith Knight

Since the nature of man is such that each individual must use his mind to learn about himself and the world, to select values, and to choose ends and means in order to survive and flourish, the right to self-ownership gives each man the right to perform these vital activities without being hampered and restricted by coercive molestation.

Murray N. Rothbard
Economic Controversies, p. 353

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Statist Finds Out He’s A Voluntaryist! – Larken Rose & Hodey Johns

Statist Finds Out He’s A Voluntaryist! – Larken Rose & Hodey Johns

The state cannot be fought by simply boycotting it, as a private business could, because an aggressor does not respect the negative judgement revealed by boycotts.  But it also simply cannot be fought by countering its aggression with defensive violence, because the state’s aggression is supported by public opinion.  Thus, everything depends on a change in public opinion………In order for the state to fail in reaching its objective, no more and no less than a change in general public opinion must take place: state-supportive action must come to be regarded and branded as immoral because it is support given to an organization of institutionalized crime. 

Hans-Hermann Hoppe

A Theory of Socialism and Capitalism, Pg. 195-6

 

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The Choice We Don’t Face

The Choice We Don’t Face

Despite what some people suggest, our choice today is not between black lives and private property. Quite the contrary: respect for black lives logically entails respect for all persons, their possessions, and their peaceful projects. The first property right is self-ownership: one’s property in oneself. (The abolitionists called slave traders and owners man-stealers. Get it?) Do the rioters not know that black people also own shops and other businesses? Or are those owners considered acceptable casualties in the struggle? And have those owners been asked to consent to that demeaning status?

Further, no one has spelled out the practical connection between rioting and looting on the one hand and the achievement of respect for black people by the police on the other. Far from an obvious connection, the disconnect is clear. If society faces a choice between civil unrest and Hobbes’s Leviathan, I have no doubt which one most people, including most black people, will choose. That situation will hardly usher in a blissful time of respect for black people’s or anyone else’s lives by the police.

Cooperation and Coercion – Book Summary and Analysis

Cooperation and Coercion – Book Summary and Analysis

… in a world of voluntary social cooperation through mutually beneficial exchanges, where one man’s gain is another man’s gain, it is obvious that great scope is provided for the development of social sympathy and human friendships. It is the peaceful, cooperative society that creates favorable conditions for feelings of friendship among men.… the social relations formed by the division of labor tend to be permanent as individuals specialize in different tasks and continue to produce in those fields.

 

Murray N. Rothbard
Man, Economy, and State with Power and Market, p. 101

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The Choice We Don’t Face

Who Becomes a Cop?

If a major police mission is to catch us in forbidden consensual transactions, you may not like the kind of people who become cops.

The Choice We Don’t Face

Oh, the Irony!

People on the big-government left who are distraught over the condition of black lives in America are logically committed to opposing the police and teachers unions — whether or not they realize it. That is because the first indispensable steps in the direction of justice and decency lie in changing the poisonous dynamic between cops and communities on the one hand and bringing competition, entrepreneurship, and parental choice to education on the other. The police and teachers unions, which make it exceedingly hard to fire bad cops and bad teachers, inevitably oppose changing those practices or supporting those key reforms out of sheer institutional self-preservation.

Thus activists, who typically sympathize with government-employee unions, are in fundamental conflict with two of the most powerful government-employee unions in America, again, whether or not those activists get it.

Someone’s in for a rude awakening.

119: Project Manticore w/Ryan Bunting

119: Project Manticore w/Ryan Bunting

Ryan Bunting is a newly published author of the dystopian novel Project Manticore. Tommy invited him on to discuss the book, his writing process, and his future endeavors. The conversation progresses into policing in the US, and how the left and right are missing the big picture of how communities could better provide security.

Ryan Bunting’s website

Project Manticore on Amazon

The Choice We Don’t Face

When “Defund the Police” Will Turn Serious

Defunding the police is only a small part of only one side of the equation. All anti-vice laws must be erased, and the people, individually and in voluntary combination, must be freed — including freed from taxation — to see to their own security, their own education, their own health care, their own this, their own that, and their own the other. When that stuff enters the discussion, it will have gotten serious.

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