Any fellow Anarcho-Capitalists/Voluntaryists?

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It's sorrowful statism prevails even in crypto, and even more discouraging it's seeming prevalence in the communities of Dark technology. Anyone else who feels the state should be cautiously ignored and facepalms at the chicken little commentary that comes from those worried about regulation?
 
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I hate the state and I firmly believe that it is an obstacle for freedom, but I've learnt the hard way not to ignore it. Doing whatever I wanted I've been fined and then fined again. I don't think that regulation is the main problem that cryptos face and it should not paralyze us, but I'll keep looking behind my back because I know they are there. Waiting. Good thing that they are dumb and we have great tools like drk.
 

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The socialist dream is that the state handles all social problems so everyone can self actualize. The socialist reality is that there are too many people and there is not enough socialism to go around, so they raid and burn capital in an attempt to achieve the socialist dream. I fear the state because they have way more guns than I do and they can force their agenda. It starts with polite letters, but the military can theoretically be called in if anyone is putting up that much resistance.
 

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Whatever it is, as long as it destroys existing forms of society, I'm in.

182. It will be objected that the French and Russian Revolutions were
failures. But most revolutions have two goals. One is to destroy an
old form of society and the other is to set up the new form of society
envisioned by the revolutionaries. The French and Russian
revolutionaries failed (fortunately!) to create the new kind of
society of which they dreamed, but they were quite successful in
destroying the existing form of society.
 

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I'm somewhere in the middle politically though I can see why right (or left) libertarians (or anarchists) would find appeal in cryptocurrencies. Hopefully it provides motivation to spread the message of DRK.
 

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I fear the state because they have way more guns than I do and they can force their agenda. It starts with polite letters, but the military can theoretically be called in if anyone is putting up that much resistance.
That is true. However, there is a point at which the military, or at least significant portions of the military, will simply not comply with the orders of the ruling sociopaths. Whether the military personnel have philosophical objections to the orders or they simply fear the consequences of opposing a people which has achieved the critical mass to free itself, only those with the moral high ground will be able to persist. So be smart, follow their rules for a while longer, but also be outspoken in your objection to society as it is. Maybe even talk to some military personnel if you know some, to get the seeds of dissension planted.

Brighter days are ahead.
 

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That is true. However, there is a point at which the military, or at least significant portions of the military, will simply not comply with the orders of the ruling sociopaths. Whether the military personnel have philosophical objections to the orders or they simply fear the consequences of opposing a people which has achieved the critical mass to free itself, only those with the moral high ground will be able to persist. So be smart, follow their rules for a while longer, but also be outspoken in your objection to society as it is. Maybe even talk to some military personnel if you know some, to get the seeds of dissension planted.

Brighter days are ahead.
The military is so intertwined with politicians that I doubt it is possible to separate them. They are so big and so expensive that they can't survive without them.
 

georgem

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I call myself anarchist sometimes, although I like the term voluntaryist more. Sometimes I call myself freedom-loving guy... and it's a testament to how crazy today's state-worshipping society is, that I have to specifically mention that I love freedom. People forgot how important freedom is... they prefer to be securely bred, fed and led to the butcher like the good sheeple they are.
I haven't forgot, and I was able to deprogram the brainwashing I got in government schools and massmedia. I am free now, and I will NEVER GO BACK!
 
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georgem

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I hate the state and I firmly believe that it is an obstacle for freedom, but I've learnt the hard way not to ignore it. Doing whatever I wanted I've been fined and then fined again. I don't think that regulation is the main problem that cryptos face and it should not paralyze us, but I'll keep looking behind my back because I know they are there. Waiting. Good thing that they are dumb and we have great tools like drk.
Yes, it is wise to be aware that there is this dangerous rabidly mad dog around, and that you should be careful around it.
Good thing that it's just a dog that can basically only bark and bite... let's just recognize his nature and imform the naive people who think this cute dog should be strocked and pat..
 
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