Statism Is Slavery

Once, the world was infested with chain slavery,… a despicable, inhumane system that gave one man/woman claim over the life of another. Although this wretched excuse at civility was only just rejected within the last few centuries (within most regions), a different type of slavery remains,… Political Slavery. In politics, one person, or groups of people, lay claim over the lives of other people, whether they “like it or not”. People do NOT have the “right” to do whatever they want as long as they do not infringe on others. Government stops peaceful people from doing peaceful activities, while they force peaceful people to also do things that they do not want to do. Every tax is backed by the threat of force, every law a gun pointed at peaceful people. It is in this new century that the solution to more prosperity and peace has finally been realized by millions across the globe, and is spreading like a wildfire. The answer?!?… is the NonAggression Principle (NAP).  It is now that humanity has finally caught just a small glimpse of what a voluntary society will look like, and it is now that we must end all versions of slavery, and not just stop at chain slavery. Now is the time for humanity to find ethics, and to reject threats of aggressive violence on peaceful people who simply disagree as a solution to solving difficult societal problems. It is now that humanity truly has the knowledge, the chance to grasp the true meaning of freedom. That individuals can do whatever they want, as long as they do not infringe on the rights of others, and that statism is in deep contrast to this ends, that freedom and statism are a dichotomy,… that statism IS slavery!

“I freed a thousand slaves, I could have freed a thousand more if only they knew they were slaves”
~Harriet Tubman


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