Do people have the freedom to travel? Of course they do, regardless of what people in government say and do
Most people believe in the memes of statism and collectivism, having attended governmental schools
The Ugly War on Immigrants: Snatch-and-Jail Justice? By Dave Lindorff
Lack of empathy for others follows from dehumanization of them and vice versa
La Migra, the official U.S. kidnapper and ruiner of people's lives
The twisted bureaucracy of many names - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Immigration_and_Naturalization_Service
Calling fellow human beings "illegal aliens" leads to violating their rights as human beings--first and foremost, their right to travel and to live and work in particular places
You simply can't be for liberty and for "border security"
"Representatives" don't and can't be valid agents for individuals
Ron Paul's statist ramblings based on economic and historical ignorance that play on unjustifiable fears, which is typical of politicians:
Immigration Reform in 2006? by Ron Paul
We all should look forward to the day when more people ignore unjust, immoral laws, which have NOTHING to do with legitimate torts and thus have no complaining party (in other words, no individual rights were violated)
Baptist pastor beaten + tazed by Border patrol - 11 stitches
My own recent story about dealing with the border patrol jackboots for about 6hrs; the scene of the crime was about a dozen miles north of the actual "border" - http://tinyurl.com/d9l4sq
It's vital to delegitimatize the collectivistic memes of nationalism and "citizenship"
Self-defense is hardly possible when criminal activity (of governmental "officials") is legalized and legitimatized
Playing the 4th Amendment card or using other USC appeals fosters police state dehumanization dynamics
The jackboots are destroying liberty in order to allegedly protect it
Obedience to a job description, regardless of its irrationality, is no excuse for rights-violating behaviors
The Third Reich has arrived, once again
It's important to parse out the language explicitly about having to bend your will to authoritarian sociopaths' immoral and unjust orders--in order to make them aware of their coercion
As more people wake up to the nature of tyranny, the tyrants' way of life will eventually come to an end
The Founding Fathers weren't asked for their "papers"; but present day "authorities" would consider them enemies of the State ("terrorists")
Humans owe no allegiance to any "nations"; that would be a form of slavery
The government is this magical place where crimes become legal (and evil becomes good, and ignorance is strength, and freedom is slavery, and war is peace...)
The Freedom to Move by Oscar W. Cooley and Paul L. Poirot
A communized justice service (government) can never protect you against fraud and coercion
Unquestionable familial "authorities" train us to embrace a monopolies of coercion
http://freekeene.com, a place for cataloguing smart libertarian activism
People in government are not your "servants"; rather, they presume to be your masters
Obedience to unjust laws is contrary to living a rational life
Conformity to various customs is an individual affair, having nothing to do with law
Only one type of person pulls a gun and makes you do "business" with them: a criminal (or mafia with a flag)
Christian morality of self-sacrifice is quite problematic
Dispelling the various economic fallacies and fears of immigration...
Socialism's focus on consumption and "equitable distribution" ignores the nature of production and the ever-expanding marketplace
The Goal Is Freedom: Free To Migrate by Sheldon Richman
If you don't want people living off the dole, get rid of the damn dole!
Natural rights applies to non-english speakers with foreign traditions too; culture can't be engineered
"As long as people people live in peace, what's the problem?" S.R.
Thoughts on Freedom: Absorbing Immigrants by Donald J. Boudreaux
No individual has the right to infringe on another's rights, to impede another's travel and freedom of contract
"Public property" is a contradiction in terms; "private property" is a redundancy
Essentially all the area that government controls can be homesteaded by respectful people; "border patrol" or "police" simply have no jurisdiction
A free economy invites synergistic relationships; competition also fosters good customer service
The Privatization of Roads and Highways by Walter Block
What Anarchism Means To Me by CatFarmer
"Anarchism is my statement of intention to mind my own business, and not to interest myself in yours beyond what is welcome, mannerly, and appropriate to our relationship, because I expect the same courtesy from you." C.F.
"We honor our differences with people we respect; they do not ask our approval or we theirs, yet behold, we get along with them. Mutual respect is an affirmation of shared humanity, and it speaks in a universal tongue." C.F.
"Good intentions are no excuse for making prisoners and hostages of people who have less political clout than you do." C.F.
"Anarchism is sincere belief in diversity put to the test in practice, and a guarantee that diversity will thrive." C.F.
Complete liberty is a system in which people are autonomous, making their own choices (as they do in the marketplace)
It's important to walk people through the corrupt concept of "legitimate authority" (via defining terms)
As a person, as a human being, you have a right to exist for your own sake
Further reading about a free society:
For A New Liberty by Murray Rothbard
The Market For Liberty by Morris and Linda Tannehill
Practical Anarchy by Stefan Molyneux
It's important to turn the moral tables on those who've chosen to be authoritarian sociopaths; never kowtow
NH: Cops drag liberty activists from court, arrest five
Acts of violence beget more violence--and they tend to obscure the gun in the room
Asking for accountability from people engaged in an extortion racket is a fool's game
bumper music "Born In The U.S.A." by Bruce Springsteen
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