• Stateless Society

    Hard Voluntarism (Empathy) vs. Soft Slavery (Psychopathy)

    Source: Waking Times July 6, 2018 Gary Z McGee “The disappearance of a sense of responsibility is the most far-reaching consequence of submission to authority.” ~Stanley Milgram Being a responsible and compassionate human being should go beyond status quo staples and the illusion of authority. It should trump cultural platitudes and institutional mores. It should supersede societal norms and unhealthy laws. Lest we falter as a species, stagnant and devolved, it must triumph over the attempted bureaucracy of the human condition. It is for this matter that difficult voluntarism has always been the solution to easy soft slavery. Deep empathy has forever been the cure to shallow psychopathy. Being a…

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    Why We Should Aim for a Stateless Society

    Source: Dauntless Dialogue May 27, 2018 America was founded as the smallest government of all time. Within 250 years, it has turned into the largest and fastest decaying nation in the world. Some Americans want to simply turn back the hands on the clock and start over with a small government. Is this the best we can hope for, or is there another answer?   Related Posts:Government Is The Biggest Threat To Humanity with Mike MaloneyAnarchism and KavanaughA Living Example of Political Anarchy – No State, No Police, No Gangs, No CrimeFighting Back Against Globalism Requires An Honest Movement To DecentralizeMisrepresenting AnarchismVoluntaryism and Conspiracies6 ways children would thrive in a…

  • Stateless Society,  Voluntaryism

    Voluntaryism In Action: Domino’s Pizza Unveils New Project To Fill Potholes

    Source: The Daily Sheeple June 12, 2018 Dawn Luger This one is for those who think no one would take care of the roads in the absence of a coercive and violent government. Domino’s Pizza has announced their voluntary plans to fill the potholes of roads left to deteriorate under the government’s control. According to The Huffington Post, Domino’s Pizza is filling in potholes in towns across the United States with their new “Paving for Pizza” initiative. The American pizza chain announced on Monday that it will help “smooth the ride home” for deliveries by making pothole repairs in towns nominated by their customers, proving that if there is a…

  • Stateless Society

    Self-Governance in an Unreasonable Age

    Source: The Burning Platform June 11, 2018 xrugger Part IV: A Conclave of Reptiles Once again, the country descends into the fetid morass of double-talk, obfuscation, and contemptible cacophony known as election season. Right on cue, every slithering incumbent and mucilaginous political rookie is crisscrossing his/her/its respective area of operations in the hope of bamboozling the required number of dolts into scratching an “X” in their favor. It is a perfectly ridiculous exercise, founded in fanciful expectations, false hopes, and dreams of remembered greatness. This biennial exercise in national self-delusion will take place across a vast, arid political landscape bereft of any cooling breeze of intelligent debate and denied even…

  • Anarchism,  Stateless Society

    Anarchism Definition & History

    Source: The Anarchist Library 1967 George Woodcock ANARCHISM, a social philosophy that rejects authoritarian government and maintains that voluntary institutions are best suited to express man’s natural social tendencies. Historically the word “anarchist,” which derives from the Greek an archos, meaning “no government,” appears first to have been used pejoratively to indicate one who denies all law and wishes to promote chaos. It was used in this sense against the Levelers during the English Civil War and during the French Revolution by most parties in criticizing those who stood to the left of them along the political spectrum. The first use of the word as an approbatory description of a…

  • Stateless Society

    Transcending the Hegelian Dialectic and Duality Reality

    Source: Waking Times May 31, 2018 Rosanne Lindsay In our ego-driven, divide-and-conquer world, we live in a duality reality. This reality reflects a matrix of opposites: introvert/extrovert, beginning/end, living/dead, mind/matter, wave/particle, self/other, material/spiritual, on/off, right/left. This is merely a separation of the mind that always wants to compare. We are both and neither. Humanity is a part of Nature and Nature is a continuum. In Nature, there is no separation, no opposition, no self and other, no conflict, and no destruction, unless destruction is balanced with creation. Just as Nature is self-sustaining and self-healing, so are we. The hierarchical, dual systems in which we find ourselves, from prisons to politics,…

  • Corruption,  Government,  Stateless Society

    Why Trust in Government is at All Time Lows, and Why That’s a Good Thing

    Source: The Daily Bell February 6, 2018 By The Daily Bell Staff Do you have confidence in the government? Concerned about public confidence in the agency, the FBI didn’t want the FISA memo released. They didn’t want people to know their investigations are politically motivated. Now it’s come out that the Department of Homeland Security pressured CNN into delaying the release of a report until after the Superbowl. DHS was concerned public confidence in Superbowl security would be lost if people found out about an exercise they ran last summer. The DHS program manager of Biowatch left sensitive documents on an airplane. They revealed confusion and vulnerabilities in the exercises meant to test…

  • Stateless Society

    Statists Gonna State: Why Being a Statist is a Huge Character Flaw

    Source: The Mind Unleashed February 2, 2018 Gary Z McGee “There’s no polite way to suggest to someone that they have devoted their life to a folly.” ~Daniel Dennett There’s an unresolved debate over whether human beings are inherently good or evil. It’s at the core of the debate between tyranny and freedom, between having rulers and being self-ruled. It’s at the root of the conversation being had about leadership and the ability to lead others. It’s at the heart of the question: can we solve our problems without resorting to violence? Depending on one’s disposition, ‘lovers gonna love’ and ‘haters gonna hate.’ But there’s a hidden element that muddies…

  • Stateless Society,  Voluntaryism

    6 ways children would thrive in a voluntary society

    Source: The Daily Bell January 26, 2018 By Jennifer Lade Parenting for Freedom article series: This is the fifth in a series of articles that analyzes how freedom-loving people can align their parenting with their political philosophy, and how doing so will allow ideas about personal liberty to carry on to the next generation. For a long time, the issue that held me back from being a full-fledged anarchist was the question of children. In a truly free society, adults would not be able to demand goods or services from others using the violence of the government. And I was OK with that. That was simple for me to reconcile.…

  • Stateless Society

    4 Signs We Do Not Live in a Free Country

    Source: Waking Times May 3, 2017 Gary ‘Z’ McGee “A man without a government is like a fish without a bicycle.” ~Alvaro Koplovich Just as a fish does not need a bike, a man does not need a government. Especially not an oppressive one. As it stands, our government is cruel and arbitrary; certainly not free. Ironically, in a form of double speak amidst a flare of smoke and mirrors, statist propaganda has us believing that we live in a free country. When it’s more accurate to say that the government uses the term “freedom” as a distraction to keep people docile and under control. Let the sheep believe they…