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.

Read email from listener, living in the not-so-distant future, a transitional period between 20th century statism and complete liberty--competing justice agencies, flights of fantasy or not?
No one is 'in control' in a complete liberty society; anarchy rules ;)
Red pill reality versus blue pill reality; the ever-present matrix of false and destructive memes that distort most people's viewpoints
The freest economies are the wealthiest economies
The vast disparities between regulated and unregulated labor markets are typically overlooked by statists
It's a fallacy to think that people (immigrants) are stealing jobs from other people--merely statist propaganda
Retaliatory force (self-defense) must be used in proportion to the force that is initiated against you, though it's normally best to involve an independent third party for objectivity's sake (thus the need for justice agencies)
Governmental police are a contradiction of the highest order--they extort money from you in order to protect you from thieves
The governmental court system, with its men/women in black dresses, prosecutors, and public pretenders is a complete insult to the idea of justice
Pa. judges accused of jailing kids for cash
The evil nature of the unionized "corrections system," in which the people involved perpetuate the unjust status quo and increase their power and wealth--it's again wise to follow the money trail in these matters
So-called privatization is still relying on extortion for funding--pure fascism
Is the customer always right? Context matters, and in the realm of justice services, the concept of right entails upholding the principles of self-ownership and property--thou shalt not aggress, which also applies to any agent of justice
"Customer service" at the DMV: pay or get shot (if you resist)
Justice is a virtue that implements a respectful form of ethics; unjust acts must not be committed with impunity, i.e., without restoring the victim(s)
Rand's take on the concept of justice:
Understanding customary legal principles is key to a just society:
Justice requires a value system that understands self-ownership and respectful relations with others
A germane article: Property, Causality, and Liability by Hans-Hermann Hoppe
Morally enlightened people will not tolerate agencies that are biased and violate individual rights
Statism represents moral corruption and mass unenlightenment
Justice agencies, like individuals, will be incentivized to minimize conflict
Another germane essay: Does the State Resolve or Create Conflict? by Hans-Hermann Hoppe
Where there is competition in the marketplace, and therefore consumer choice, customary law that minimizes conflict (and thus reduces costs) will be the order of the day--people will naturally choose it over favoritism, bias, corruption, and injustice
Reasonable and cost-effective insurance policies ensure that justice is served, no matter how badly particular customers might behave; one doesn't throw a just business model away on the whim of an unjust customer
Prohibiting choice removes market indicators of what is good and what is not good
Praxeology and the Austrian school of economics:
bumper music "Justice Tonight/Kick It Over" by The Clash

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