Sebastian A.B.: Voters place their hope in God-Kings called Presidents, expecting sociopaths to lift them out of servitude. An introductory buckshot critique of the most holy word, “democracy,” or Hans-Herman Hoppe’s “god that failed.”
И поэтому мы должны расказать стольким людям, скольким сможем, что это не единственная альтернатива.
Kevin Carson: As I’ve said many times, if the “free market” meant what the capitalist apologists mean by it, I’d hate it myself.
Knapp: Barring the increasingly usual “hanging chad” dramas, the 2012 elections are over. Heave a sigh of relief, take stock of any likely minor changes, and get on with our lives, right? Wrong.
Jason Byas: Wayne Allyn Root is a capitalist evangelist, at least he got one thing right.
Kevin Carson: However the 2012 race comes out the foreign policy will be the same, “We come in peace — shoot to kill, shoot to kill…”
Carson: So now when you hear Mittens talk about “free enterprise,” you know what he means by it.
Knapp: Drilling leases on “public” land are just food stamps for Big Oil.
Kevin Carson: Afirma não confiar no governo. É, porém, ou estúpido ou mentiroso.
Em outras palavras, a ideologia espúria de “livre mercado” — por oposição à genuína — é o ópio das elites.
Carson: Who depends on whom?
Carson: The state is the instrument of armed force by which an economic ruling class extracts rents from the producing majority of a society.
Knapp: The difference between a free economy and an un-free economy IS government — i.e. top-down, hierarchic, uniform, centralized — regulation.
Carson: The only real way to achieve social justice is by bypassing the state.
It occurs to me that Mitt Romney, Barack Obama and I do, in fact, have one extremely significant thing in common …
David D’Amato on what goes up.
Jason Lee Byas: Who’s really dependent on government?
Knapp: They’re desperate. And they should be.
So 47% of Americans are members of Congress and/or the armed forces?
Kevin Carson: He claims to distrust government. But he’s either stupid or a liar.