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Corrupt Justification

Devin Stevens Presents Literature

“‘I had forgotten that you are only a common boy. How should you understand reasons of State? You must learn, child, that what would be wrong for you or for any of the common people is not wrong in a great Queen such as I. The weight of the world is on our shoulders. We must be freed from all rules. Ours is a high and lonely destiny.”‘

C.S. Lewis “The Magician’s Nephew”

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Murray Rothbard on sports.

“Of all areas of life, sports should be the arena least touched by politics. For the glory of being a sports fan is precisely that we are engaging in fun and play, that we are permitted to be ‘irrational’; that is, to be Yankee or Mets fans, to love our team and to hate the enemy, without having to ground these passions in systematic, moral or metaphysical theory. So it is particularity obnoxious when the gaggle of left Puritans invades and takes over the field of sports. Which they have done, of course, with a vengeance.

The Hate Thought squad has run rampant in sports for years. Veteran and respected sports figures, such as Al Campaneris and Jimmy the Greek, have seen their careers destroyed because they gave one politically improper answer to an interviewer’s question. No one dares even explore whether or not the answers were correct; their very expression is a hate-thought-crime; unlike other, seemingly graver, crimes, from their punishment there is no reprieve.

I like to think that sports writers are above politics’ that sports and only sports fill their minds. But now, they too have succumbed, and are, in fact, viciously leftist whenever politics is deemed relevant to sports.”

The Irrepresible Rothbard pdf.

More Murray Rothbard.

Even more Murray Rothbard.

Sports.

Anarch.

Murray Rothbard – Left, Right, and the Prospects for Liberty

Murray Rothbard – Left, Right, and the Prospects for Liberty.

Stateless Societies: Ancient Ireland

Peace Requires Anarchy

By Joseph R. Peden

April, 1971 The Libertarian Forum [PDF]

Libertarians have often dreamed of escaping the tyranny of the State; some have sought to do so by seeking refuge in distant and uninhabited lands where they could live in solitary hermitage or in small communities held together by the principle of voluntary association and mutual aid. But historians know that such experiments seldom survive in peace for long; sooner or later the State finds and confronts them with its instinctive will to violence, its mania for coercion rather than persuasion, for compulsion rather than voluntarism. Such has been the fate of the Mormons and Mennonites, the Jehovah’s Witnesses and the Amish people, among others.

As exploited peoples all over the world are beginning to realize, their true enemy is always within their midst – the coercive violence of the State – and it must be fought constantly…

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There’s only one thing for certain in this ol’ world…

There’s no such thing as a law of diminishing returns when it comes to cheeseburgers…

(Oh yeah: and that the cheeseburgers will kill you, and you have to pay taxes on them, too…

Can’t forget those minor things…)

Economics.

Voluntarism and Capitalism.

Why Does McDonald’s Sell Hamburgers?

Murray Rothbard.

Even more Murray Rothbard.

Halp me buy mor cheezeburgerz, pls, so that I can haf mor cheezeburgerz…

God bless “free” countries…

Thank God that I live in a “free” country, where if I don’t give a group of people pieces of paper who have the power to print an unlimited amount of said pieces of paper, I get a gun pointed to my face, and get physically forced into a cage for an extended amount of time.

God bless “freedom”…

Paying Taxes Should Be Voluntary.

Economics.

Voluntarism and Capitalism.

Anarch.

How politicians get paid.

ROBBERY.

Politics.

More politics.

Economics.

Voluntarism and Capitalism.

Anarch.