Complete Liberty Podcast
Show that promotes total respect for self-ownership, property rights, and personal choice--amidst the authoritarian/obedience-oriented political and psychological memes in American culture (and elsewhere). Basically, governments and all they entail are the problem, not the solution. Voluntarism (or market anarchism, or anarcho-capitalism) and customary law principles, in accordance with reason and dignity, spell the solution.

People and their property are politically enslaved by coercive government
Obedience to "authority" in the family and the classroom are the roots of our enslavement
Most of what people understand about government they learned in elementary school
American governmental mythologies are pounded into kids' heads in school
Why We Couldn't Abolish Slavery Then and Can't Abolish Government Now by Robert Higgs
"If you don't like it, you can leave" is merely collectivistic slavespeak
The "government" doesn't own anything
People and their property shouldn't be pushed around on "public property"
Governmental laws violate individual rights, in defiance of natural law principles
Authoritarian sociopaths in government resort to violence against the non-compliant
A story of barroom allegations...
Ultimately, the barrel of a gun is the method of attaining obedience from the resistant
Underlying the pretenses of slaves and authoritarians is fear, fear of self-realization and self-reliance and fear of others
When people refer to "the sheeple," they are oftentimes projecting their own mindset
Many people have become sponges for other people's horrible ideas
People in the communistic organization known as government claim to know best for everyone else
Denial of self-responsibility is the essence of representative government
Your so-called "representative" likely doesn't even know that you as an individual exist
Government tries to turn people into unthinking rather than thinking animals by treating them like a herd
Lysander spooner had some wise words about accountability in relation to those who presume to govern others...
The Nature Of Present Government -
Government is a euphemism for slavery by Kent McManigal
"Countries" are essentially collectivistic abstractions created by governments to rule people
Trying to get freedom by involving yourself in government is morally contradictory
Florida man spends three months in jail for possession of breath mints
Statist judges violate individual rights on a daily basis
The myth of using the system to change the system...
Try to change a small coercive gang first before trying to change government
The system of government is not worth working in; one shouldn't try to work for a rights-violating institution
The moral is the practical and vice versa
Involving oneself in electoral politics (might makes right) is contradicting a rational moral code; the end (freedom) doesn't justify the means (coercion via illegitimate government)
Seeing the nature of the matrix entails thinking for oneself and thinking critically
Statist propaganda spans the globe, fostering self-denying collectivism
Government is the opposite of peace and happiness; it's based on the idea that it's good to exploit others
Having low self-esteem makes one vulnerable to obeying and legitimizing any would-be "authority"
the matrix is the state
Government wasn't created as an answer to prehistoric and historic problems of aggression and violence; it's just a more powerful way to promote them
Children must be seen as independent and conceptual little people, worthy of respect
Brett's educational podcast -
Daniel's site (with podcast) -
bumper music "Happiness In Slavery" by Nine Inch Nails

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