cá độ bóng đá trực tuyến m88_trang cá độ bóng đá lớn nhất thế giới_cách canh bài baccarat https://www.google.com//174/116/the-penalty-is-always-death/ ACCESS ALL AREAS Mon, 20 Feb 2017 01:08:11 +0000 hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=4.9.9 By: Why Good (Government) Police Cannot Exist – The Zeroth Positionhttps://www.google.com//174/116/the-penalty-is-always-death/comment-page-2/#comment-422362 Sun, 24 Jan 2016 04:49:40 +0000 /174/?p=116#comment-422362 […] intention. If government police officers believe that speeding kills people and that this justifies murder threats against the citizenry, then they are making a positive claim which carries a burden of proof. If […]

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By: flarpyhttps://www.google.com//174/116/the-penalty-is-always-death/comment-page-2/#comment-155105 Mon, 06 Jan 2014 23:48:29 +0000 /174/?p=116#comment-155105 So what you’re saying is Bob is used to killing people on his property and because property rights are above civil rights that’s amazeballs. All this bla bla about police, but capital also needs tons of police to enforce capital. Capital needs the state, and it is in constant fight with labour over controlling the state. So that autistic farmers in Texas can murder anyone if their bicycle’s being stolen.

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By: 1lovehttps://www.google.com//174/116/the-penalty-is-always-death/comment-page-2/#comment-154822 Thu, 10 Oct 2013 09:27:54 +0000 /174/?p=116#comment-154822 Ha, perfect! Those are the best types of questions — they force people to examine the soundness of their logic and the fairness of their judgments.

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By: Mike Gogulskihttps://www.google.com//174/116/the-penalty-is-always-death/comment-page-2/#comment-154821 Thu, 10 Oct 2013 06:41:04 +0000 /174/?p=116#comment-154821 @1love: Indeed. Something I like to use in response to people who say “but taxes are the price we pay for civilization” or other such rubbish is: “How do you know you’re not paying less than you ought to? If you think taxes bring us civilization and that the ‘civilization’ produced is a good thing, why don’t you regularly make excess deposits to the state’s treasury?” This is usually followed by a dumb silence.

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By: 1lovehttps://www.google.com//174/116/the-penalty-is-always-death/comment-page-2/#comment-154820 Thu, 10 Oct 2013 06:37:28 +0000 /174/?p=116#comment-154820 Coming late to this party but wanted to say thanks for talking about this subject. People try to rationalize away the sword or gun buried under the pillows and sheets of rules and regulations and turn the victim into the aggressor.

An example that might resonate more with a few more people is war. Say I am appalled at a war the govt has started and I believe it to be illegal, atrocious, and the murder of innocents. Should I be required to fund murder?

A large portion of the govt’s budget is for “defense” therefore a large portion of my taxes are for defense (ignoring that taxes probably only pay interest on the debt at this point). What happens if I refuse to fund murder by refusing to pay taxes?

The govt will get its money by force and the threat of violence. If I attempt to defend the innocent victims of by resisting paying taxes I may eventually end up with armed men breaking into my home to drag me to some rape room prison. If I am the breadwinner of my family and fear for their welfare when I am taken away and they are left abandoned and destitute and I resist at that point…

We all know what will happen. I could very well be shot and the govt will say I am the bad guy. It’s ridiculous that people defend the state when it is obvious that they are the aggressors at every turn in this and your example.

If people are not hurting anyone else, they should be left alone. If someone is so concerned about people not paying their share when they drive down a road or for any particular service, charge a fee at the road or for the service. Don’t force people to pay taxes for “roads, police, and emergency services” when that is a lie to cover up funding wars, entitlements, and corporate welfare.

The solution is so simple yet people can’t imagine a world without compulsion. As if all men would be rapists without the threat of jail time.

I know I am ranting at this point, but my final point for those worried the impoverished will not be able to pay for using roads and emergency services: charity will take care of them. Charities have done superior jobs to govt institutions in the past and will do so again. Why should people pay taxes when most of it goes to a bloated inefficient bureaucratic middle man and a small portion actually makes it to those in need? Give them the freedom to donate a much higher amount directly or nearly directly to the truly needy in their own communities.

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By: » The Penalty is Always Death Christopher Cantwellhttps://www.google.com//174/116/the-penalty-is-always-death/comment-page-2/#comment-154156 Mon, 16 Sep 2013 14:34:46 +0000 /174/?p=116#comment-154156 […] penalty for disobeying agents of the State, is always death. I’m borrowing the title from a 2008 article by?Mike Gogulski on Máy đánh bạc trực tuyến www.blacktiewebsolutions.com, but what follows are my own thoughts, and it’s a point […]

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By: Ken's Weblog» Blog Archive » What government is all abouthttps://www.google.com//174/116/the-penalty-is-always-death/comment-page-2/#comment-152839 Tue, 09 Jul 2013 21:37:48 +0000 /174/?p=116#comment-152839 […] The penalty is always death [nostate.com] […]

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By: Militant Libertarian » It’s OK to hate government. Really.https://www.google.com//174/116/the-penalty-is-always-death/comment-page-2/#comment-126723 Wed, 04 Jul 2012 01:06:11 +0000 /174/?p=116#comment-126723 […] to hate rapists, but not?government? After all, government, by which I mean?The State,?rapes,?murders,?kidnaps,steals, etc. on a scale that?dwarfs?all the similar deeds done by all the freelance bad […]

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By: Mike Gogulskihttps://www.google.com//174/116/the-penalty-is-always-death/comment-page-2/#comment-53338 Sun, 05 Jun 2011 00:14:46 +0000 /174/?p=116#comment-53338 @Loke: I say: try it and see. Just because you can’t see the gun doesn’t mean it’s not there.

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By: LokeRundthttps://www.google.com//174/116/the-penalty-is-always-death/comment-page-2/#comment-53315 Sat, 04 Jun 2011 21:15:36 +0000 /174/?p=116#comment-53315 So what do you say then about States like Norway, where the police are not allowed to kill you (they do not carry firearms and are trained to disable/subdue without injury), prison terms are short (22 years is the maximum term you can serve), and the State enrolls you in (and pays you for) job training, therapy, anger-management etc.

What happens to the argument about taxes and all, when there is actually no gun in the room? (In fact, private citizens are allowed to posses firearms, and the police are not)

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