Monday, January 08, 2018

Statists' intentions

I think that statism, while always wrong, is sometimes embraced with good intentions.

The statist truly wants to "help" and is clueless about how to do so, and they decide that theft and aggression (wielded in just the right way, by just the right people) are the way to help.

Yes, it's a ridiculous belief, but it is sincere.

But statism isn't always due to good intentions. Sometimes it is pure malevolence.

How much the statist supports punishment is probably a good indicator.

If the statist enjoys hearing about cops killing people who are breaking a counterfeit "law", they have no good intentions. If a statist hopes a person who has no individual victim will experience prison rape, there are no good intentions behind it. Most statists are very sick people who hunger to see others punished. Punishment addiction and statism are almost indistinguishable.

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1 comment:

  1. I think most who support the state, do so with good intentions out of ignorance and brainwashing. Others only tolerate it.

    It isn't necessarily malevolence until they know the difference and consciously choose to impose violence. They have to choose to either value life or convenience/benefit of the state. If they choose the state, it is usually for selfish gain. (i.e.; state-god takes care of my needs, thus wins loyalty, therefore fuk the people on the receiving end of my vote)

    If they reject understanding, they are simply being stupid.

    What you're dealing with is billions of ignorant stupid selfish brainwashed or malevolent people who evidently do not value life, who absolutely insist on systemic violence and serfdom for generations(perpetually?) of your progeny.

    Why not kill them all?