Friday, November 04, 2016

Set it and forget it? Nope.

One of the sillier arguments against self responsibility (also known as anarchism) is "If you get rid of government, someone will just start another one. Humans always have and always will."

So we should never do anything that's not permanent? Like eat, bathe, or anything? If a battery would have to be recharged, there's no point in even using a device?

Yes, the tree of liberty needs to be periodically watered with the blood of statists. And your toilet needs to occasionally be flushed. It's just reality.

Almost everything in life needs to be repeated. Nothing is permanent. Even statism requires periodic elections, appointments, rituals, and the replacement of employees who finally become good government employees by getting embalmed or cremated.

If you want a permanent fix which can be done once, then ignored forever, you aren't mature enough to be responsible for yourself.

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  1. Libertarianism is the permanent fix.

    People need to understand and appreciate inalienable rights to have a peaceful orderly Libertarian society. They don't. They instead value war and enslavement, all things violent and evil, selfish and unreasonable.

    When you try to show them the difference, they aren't interested. And you are usually dealing with someone who has been brainwashed into the state cult since birth and going back generations. You aren't going to change their minds, and they are not going to stop violating and enslaving you and yours.

    Start by killing everything that isn't libertarian. Teach the remaining children the value of rights and Z.A.P. Teach them Libertarian philosophy from birth. Teach them to value human life and compassion and kindness.

    That would be a good start to something that would last as long as they are willing to fight to keep it.

    1. The whole universe is laughing at you, Gomer.

    2. And...?

      If you're going to say something pointless, at least try to mix it up a little.