The Anomalist

THE ANOMALIST

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Personal Anarchy is Everywhere the Enforcement Zones (EZs) Aren’t…

Enforcement Zones (EZs) are the small and rare places where laws are actually forcibly enforced. Think about the commonly shared notion of “no cop, no stop.”; heck, even law enforcement officers (LEOs) break laws all the time despite being cops themselves (and also being constantly surrounded by their LEO co-workers). EZs are those small spaces/times you actually ‘stop’; because ‘cop’. Given this, it follows that everyone is nearly inundated with personal anarchism peppered with sandtraps of EZs of varying strength.

What this ultimately distills down to is this; the fight for privacy is the fight for personal anarchy. Any and all anarchy of the future will be some sort of crypto-anarchy, either low tech (secret handshakes, trust & reputation, etc.) or high-tech (crypto-currency, silent circle apps, 3D printing, etc.).

Always remember this Discordian Libertarian mantra:

"Liberty is what you can get away with."

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What if the entire financial system is just a complex scam to get you to volunteer for slavery?

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c4ss:

Karl Hess argues that defending individual property and freed markets does not mean apologetics for actually-existing economic arrangements or concentrations of wealth, which are dependent on colonial theft and state privilege. Quite the oppose, principles of individual property actually mean revolutionary redistribution of wealth away from state capitalists and towards workers and farmers, including support for militant reclaim-the-land movements, and the occupation of state-capitalist enterprises by organized workers and community councils.

Libertarianism wants to advance principles of property but … in no way wishes to defend, willy nilly, all property which is now called private. Much of that property is stolen. Much is of dubious title. All of it is deeply intertwined with an immoral, coercive state system which has condoned, built on, and profited from slavery; has expanded throughand exploited a brutal and aggressive imperial and colonial foreign policy, and continues to hold people in a roughly serf-master relationship to political-economic power concentrations.
[Genuine respect for property and marks] is a far cry from sharing common ground with those who want to create a society in which super capitalists are free to amass vast holdings and who say that that is ultimately the most important purpose of freedom …. Libertarianism is a people’s movement and a liberation movement.

This is the article that inspired Murray Rothbard’s Confiscation and the Homestead Principle, which was reprinted as All Power to the Soviets!
Support C4SS with Karl Hess’s “Property to the People! Expropriate the Expropriators!”

c4ss:

Karl Hess argues that defending individual property and freed markets does not mean apologetics for actually-existing economic arrangements or concentrations of wealth, which are dependent on colonial theft and state privilege. Quite the oppose, principles of individual property actually mean revolutionary redistribution of wealth away from state capitalists and towards workers and farmers, including support for militant reclaim-the-land movements, and the occupation of state-capitalist enterprises by organized workers and community councils.

Libertarianism wants to advance principles of property but … in no way wishes to defend, willy nilly, all property which is now called private. Much of that property is stolen. Much is of dubious title. All of it is deeply intertwined with an immoral, coercive state system which has condoned, built on, and profited from slavery; has expanded through
and exploited a brutal and aggressive imperial and colonial foreign policy, and continues to hold people in a roughly serf-master relationship to political-economic power concentrations.

[Genuine respect for property and marks] is a far cry from sharing common ground with those who want to create a society in which super capitalists are free to amass vast holdings and who say that that is ultimately the most important purpose of freedom …. Libertarianism is a people’s movement and a liberation movement.

This is the article that inspired Murray Rothbard’s Confiscation and the Homestead Principle, which was reprinted as All Power to the Soviets!

Support C4SS with Karl Hess’s “Property to the People! Expropriate the Expropriators!”

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"Rules" are bullshit.

Please stop telling me how to do things, especially when I’ve been far more successful than you at what you are lecturing me about. I am not a socialist or an authoritarian nor a slave. I am an anarchist to my core. No rules enforced, and no holds barred. “Rules” are bullshit. I believe in agreements. Agreements are bilateral (agreed upon), rules are unilateral (dictated by an “authority”). You wag your finger at me I will have another finger ready for you.

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Real Stimulus

I can solve America’s economic problem in two simple steps:

1) Repeal the 16th, abolish the IRS and replace it with nothing.
2) Write-off the debt the U.S. Treasury owes to the Federal Reserve completely. 

You’re welcome.

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The IRS Had a Contract With an Email Backup Company

FYI: The NSA has backups of her email too…

If a taxpayer being audited “lost” their emails what would happen? Isn’t this unfair?

Demand EQUALITY, demand that if something is illegal for citizens, then so it is for government employees.

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Number Of Officers Killed In The Line Of Duty Drops To 50-Year Low While Number Of Citizens Killed By Cops Remains Unchanged | Techdirt

Put advertising funded live-streaming internet cameras on all cops and watch the stats change. Also, with ad funded revenue, local law enforcement can drop the Federal ‘War on Drugs’ money… You’re welcome.

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Popular Conspiracy Theory…

Television is the main method that the upper class uses to make the middle class fear the lower class. Celebrities are the main method that the upper class uses to gain sympathy from the lower class. OK, it’s not that popular…