How – Actually – Does the State Work? 'Do As You Are Told, Or We Will Kill You' by Jeff Knaebel
Methods of domination...
People who really value liberty are not so organized
The ridiculous sporting event of politics, where winning equals everyone losing
The free state project http://www.freestateproject.org
Direct, raw violence perpetrated by individuals "working" for government
Is democracy relative? Any initiation of force is wrong, absolutely
Unjust laws...ad naseum
The floating abstraction of "the public"; trying to hide government's true aims through the use of euphemisms
Molding the minds of youth via "public education," i.e., extortion-funded governmental education
Arguments against the notion that taxation is extortion and aggression, which are of course illogical
Sick dependency created by those in government
The monstrous ethical contradiction of using force as the means to (attempt to) achieve benevolent ends
Stossel in America - ABC 20/20 Freeloaders - Creating Dependency Segment
Violence is not a way to "help" people
Should we fear employees of the State (those in power) or, rather, our fellow slaves?
The Next Thing...
948 The Next Thing (Part 2)
the backstory: Episode: 947 The Next Thing (Part 1)
Discourse on Voluntary Servitude by Etienne de la Boetie
Inculcating obedience through nonsense statements such as, "As long as you comply, it's not force"
Ruling through fear; http://en.wikiquote.org/wiki/Heinrich_Himmler
Conflating America with American government
The popular values of equality, universal health care, and no child left behind can never be realized through force, and government is the biggest hindrance to realizing such values
The initiation of force is the invalid means to achieve one's ends
Only the free market can foster popular values, and then some!
Obviously, the more government intervention, the worse the results
Lessons From Tennessee's Failed Health Care Reform by Merrill Matthews, Jr. (beware the author's slavespeak)
The unpeaceful nature of Sweden, and other liberally praised authoritarian domains
Sweden, Banana Republic by Per Bylund
Per Bylund Archives: http://www.lewrockwell.com/bylund/bylund-arch.html
The argument from morality in relation to the welfare state
The congressional umbilical cord to the military/industrial complex
How The Military/Industrial Complex Works: You Scratch My back, Bombs Away!
Government "servants" that impose "services" on us, versus the beauty of services provided by businesses
Government, by definition, is incapable of providing what we want; what we want are voluntarily chosen services (i.e., not to be forced)
Speaking of which, my own new service :)
Ayn Rand had it right: happiness is our highest moral purpose
The psychological payoff for avoiding the immoral essence of governmental "services"
Worry as future related guilt, and our various means of dealing with it
President as good domineering parent; Kings ordained by "God" and "the people"
Democracy: The God that Failed by Hans Hermane Hoppe
http://tinyurl.com/4zt79u (searchable text from google books)
Ah, government is beyond failure, because its employees perform magic tricks and miracles using the golden (blood drenched) gun of taxation and regulation and fiat currency!
Apathy created by governmental "schooling," childhood indoctrination in obedience to authority, and the mainstream media of distractions and lack of logical analysis
Obama's "hope" and "change" through coercion: put the following site-specific searches in google to see the essence of what politics is about, no matter the orator's popularity:
Governmental employees use commerce and business language to try to hide their organization's thuggish nature
Confessions of an Economic Hit Man by John Perkins
http://tinyurl.com/57w588 (google books)
Fabricating external threats in order to gain more power and control
FDR, Pearl Harbor and the U.N. by John V. Denson
The Conspiracies of Empire by H. Arthur Scott Trask
Pearl Harbor Was No Surprise by Don Hull
Do Freedom of Information Act Files Prove FDR Had Foreknowledge of Pearl Harbor? by Robert B. Stinnett, Douglas Cirignano
The Truth About Pearl Harbor: A Debate by Robert B. Stinnett, Stephen Budiansky
Sixty-Three Years of Lies by Anthony Gregory
Man accused of making license plate 'disappear'
Live in accordance with rights-respecting free enterprise http://agorism.info/
With complete liberty (voluntary exchanges), everything will become more and more affordable; cost of living will continually decrease and standard of living will continually increase
In the lose/lose scenario of government (involuntary exchanges), those wielding power become slaves too--it's a race to the bottom, economically and psychologically
bumper music "Uncle Sam Goddamn" by Brother Ali
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