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.

Even so-called judges are obedient to someone...

Authoritarian sociopaths want more and more power (to fill the void in their self-esteem)

Governmental courts foster the ultimate conflicts of interest (adjudicator and prosecutor on the same team)

"Do as I say, not as I do!" is the favorite line of those living in self-conflict

We need a movement of new intellectuals who ferret out contradictions

Nothing Outside the State | The Beacon by Robert Higgs

Government is the new religion

It's important to question the hypocrisy of those advocates of statism who believe they are moral

The personalities who favor coercion of politics stand opposed to creative minds

The Ominous Parallels by Leonard Peikoff

Government: The equal opportunity offender

About the Show - Survivors - BBC America

Ever notice that those in government have no problem with the pervasive crimes (rights-violations) they perpetrate?

The more "laws" that governmental employees create, the more "criminals" they can apprehend (ruling via fear of punishment)

WHY IS THE IRS A GREAT PLACE TO WORK? read all about it...

"Just doing my job" is not a moral argument; shirking responsibility is not moral

The anti-conceptual mentality dominates America (and the world)

Religion, being a ready-made system for controlling people, promotes the ethics of self-sacrifice, i.e., sacrifice of one's mind and life to invalid and erroneous concepts

"God" is based on a conglomeration of invalid concepts, unable to be logically integrated: infallibility; omniscience; and omnipotence

The "supernatural" is a fantasy designed to enslave people's minds; there is only the natural

further reading...An Issue Of Mortality

Some perspective on something bigger than yourself:

"The Hubble Ultra Deep Field is called a 'pencil beam' survey because the observations encompass a narrow, yet 'deep' piece of sky. Astronomers compare the Ultra Deep Field view to looking through an eight-foot-long soda straw."

Complete liberty is not just about politics; it's about a worldview in which you free your mind of contradictory beliefs and behaviors

Ultimately one must redeem one's mind from all the hockshops of authority; no gods and no governments

Intense introspection and self-knowledge is key

bumper music "Antonym" by Krylls

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Twenty-one Reasons Why Statism Is a Radical and Radically Incoherent Theory by Jakub Bozydar Wisniewski

Governmental employees who regulate people are unproductive, anti-creative, and anti-entrepreneurial

For many, Government is like God, and needs no explanation

Since individuals can govern themselves, why have government?--unless you want to govern other individuals and seize their property

You can't have a valid contract when one side doesn't agree to it; thus, the "social contract" is a myth perpetuated by people who want to control others

Robbing Peter (via taxation) to support Paul is not benevolent; it's the doctrine of sacrifice

The Historical Societal Problem (quote by Rothbard within)

Laissez-faire, A More Enlightened View Of Capitalism—And Its Contradictions

Fear of punishment starts in the family and ends with following governmental "law"

Only property owners can determine rational rules for customers

A Democratic Republic is the worst form of government except for all the others

Self-governing capitalism is in line with human nature, based on the trader principle

CRISIS AND LEVIATHAN: Critical Episodes in the Growth of American Government by Robert Higgs

I'm Allowed to Rob You! by Larken Rose

Only natural law, based in the non-aggression principle, ensures justice and restoration of victims

In order for a better world to arise, parents need to work on their self-esteem and therefore treat children similarly

bumper music "I Own Me" by Neema V

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The most progress and highest quality and lowest prices happen in the freest economic sectors

Imagine A Free World

Thou Shalt Not Take Full Responsibility For Your Own Treatment—Authorities Will Handle That

Thou Shalt Not Do Business Without Joining The State Guild—Licensure

Interesting newsletter:

Further reading: Have you considered achieving "longevity escape velocity"?

The urge to regulate, govern, and control others stems from low self-esteem, a lack of trust in self and diminished worthiness--projected onto others

Bad authoritarian/obedience experiences in childhood foster the memes of statism

On Medical Tourism For Stem Cell Therapies

Demand for Stem Cells Growing Fast, Many Turn to Medical Tourism by Aaron Saenz

Unfortunately, most scientists don't reason from first principles and instead employ an end-justifies-the-means code of immorality in relation to research funding (and regulation)

Countless individuals suffer and die on account of the rights-infringing regulations of the FDA

Want to live forever? Become a libertarian by Garry Reed

Government itself is the problem we need to get rid of, and you can't do that by being part of it!

Why Do We Accept Aging? by Kyle Munkittrick

Disobedience is the basic crime against those who presume to rule over you

The basic axiom of any civilized society is to respect persons and property of others

Since life is the ultimate standard of value, we must look for ways to solve the problem of aging and death

bumper music "Alive" by Pearl Jam

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Government doesn't respect persons and property, by definition

Tax attacks: Hillcrest grudge match pits Market Anarchists against Democratic Socialists by Dave Maass

All the grand social projects advocated by statists, in addition to being immoral, fail miserably compared to free market standards

Socialism is mass coercion with no respect for private property rights

Until a statist agrees to put the gun down, arguments from effect (or utility) are somewhat futile

Tax objectors have long history in US: Man who crashed into IRS building is the latest defier by Stephen Ohlemacher (AP)

Taxes by definition are immoral and unjust; no taxes are legitimate, on account of their involuntary nature

I'm Allowed to Rob You! by Larken Rose

It's crucial to make the moral argument against those behaving like authoritarian sociopaths, which strikes at the root of the meme of statism (and its imposed "services")

A Society of Criminals by Ben O'Neill

The mystics of muscle and spirit work together to enslave individuals

Your life is being cut short by government: murder on the installment plan

Our lives would be so much better economically without government

I am Powerful and I Will Never Give Up: An Anti-Stack Manifesto by George Donnelly

Working on personal development and avoiding governmental nonsense are vital to the good life

Self-defensive violence against governmental oppressors is NOT the solution to governmental aggression

Rather, asking root-striking questions about morality and justice can foster better behavior:

bumper music "u hate freedom" by Sleuth

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