InformationLiberation.com | Even if an individual is never personally victimized by “law enforcement,” never has a run-in with the police, and sees little if any direct impact by “government” upon his day-to-day life, the myth of “authority” still has a dramatic impact, not only on his own life but also on how his existence affects the world around him. For example, the millions of compliant subjects who feel an obligation to surrender a portion of what they earn to the state, to pay their “fair share” of “taxes,” continually fund all manner of endeavors and activities which those people would not otherwise fund–which almost no one would otherwise fund, and which therefore would not otherwise exist. By way of “taxes,” those claiming to be “government” confiscate an almost incomprehensible amount of time and effort from millions of victims and convert it into fuel for the agenda of the ruling class. To wit, millions of people who oppose war are compelled to fund it via “taxation.” The product of their time and effort is used to make possible something they morally oppose.... - [More]Posted: May 11, 2011 in Articles
C4SS.org | If “essential” services were shut down, perhaps more people would re-evaluate just how essential those services are — or at least whether or not political government is the best institution to trust with their operation and maintenance.... - [More]Posted: February 27, 2011 in Articles
MikeShanklin | Many people believe that because government currently claims monopolies in certain facilities, that this is how it is supposed to be. That there is some altruism at work, which couldn’t be farther from the truth. Although the enlightenment and industrial eras discarded most taboos and spells. Many people still cling to magical powers and sorcery. They believe that if enough people can wish something true, that it becomes true. That politician pen strokes have magical abilities that rise above other pens and pencils. Who are these people that still cling to this voodoo. They’re not all wizards, witches, and magicians. Unfortunately many of them are politicians, oligarchs, bureaucrats, kings, congressman, senators, presidents, and voters.
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Newciv.org | Call me Mr. Gatto, please. Twenty-six years ago, having nothing better to do at the time, I tried my hand at schoolteaching. The license I hold certifies that I am an instructor of English language and English literature, but that isn’t what I do at all. I don’t teach English, I teach school — and I win awards doing it.... - [More]Posted: September 7, 2010 in Articles, Recommended