Why Libertarianism is so dangerous..

Healing Our America

A former libertarian abandons his dream of a voluntary world and explains the potential worse case scenario after the overnight disappearance of government. The ending will SHOCK you!

DISCLAIMER: Most libertarians do support such a drastic change, and many might say something like: “liberty is a philosophical evolution, and not an overnight thing.”

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5 thoughts on “Why Libertarianism is so dangerous..

  1. Spaldam January 29, 2017 / 12:02 PM

    Libertarian does not mean the absence of government. It means government focused on protecting the rights of the individual.

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    • Thomas Hill January 29, 2017 / 12:17 PM

      I can agree with that. I believe most libertarians would. I imagine the biggest argument would be about how said government is funded. It is fair to ask, “If a government is focusing on protecting the rights of the individual, it must not use coercion to fund said government?”…

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      • oiltranslator January 30, 2017 / 8:17 PM

        That is raised in RAH “The Moon is a Harsh Mistress” and is a virtuous limit to converge toward, stepwise, at every available opportunity or, as Rothbard really put it, “take what we can get, then go for more.” Direction is important; destination can wait.

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  2. oiltranslator January 30, 2017 / 5:10 PM

    All I, I mean we, had to do was assume reality isn’t what it is and SchoolSucks immediately sounded like a sane, rational person with a cogent argument–not an equivocating sockpuppet. This should be added to the aynrandlexicon.com

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  3. Hank Phillips January 31, 2017 / 6:36 AM

    Retaliatory force gooood. Initiation of force baaaad. (I am working on a way to make the concept intelligible to primitive looters)

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