posted on Jun, 3 2010 @ 04:47 PM
exactly. love, and cooperation cannot be forced. the only thing that can be forced(justifiably) is "do not kill, or steal". Anarchy is the state of
nature, and it is of the nature of man to create societies, and power structures inherent in those societies. The universe begins in a state of
anarchy, and chaos.
Think of the law "do not kill, or steal" as an organism that is growing, and to be inside this organism you have to be of the property of not
killing, and stealing from everyone to exist inside of this ordered society, but to exist in the state of nature is to exist outside the law of do not
kill or steal. The law do not kill or steal is an organism that exists in the state of nature, and fundamentally alters the context of nature inside
inside this state of nature that is according to not kill, or steal You can further restrict peoples freedom with laws about destroying the
environment, or about farting in public. This was the idea behind county, state, and federal laws.
Every law is a restriction on freedom. There is no law that can directly expand your freedom, but sometimes existing in an environment where everyone
is restricted allows you to create things you never would be able to unbound in a state of nature. We exist in a society that constantly is making
more laws, and reducing our freedom. Our government has been bought out by foreign businessmen who make laws to dis empower the population, and
strengthen corporate leverage against employees, and customers to make sure we work the most to earn the least for our dollar.
Our nation is in a state of decay. Unless founding principles are reasserted The U.S.A. will become the land of the slave. The land of the
impoverished. The land of the suffering.
Our politics are based on values that are the negative aspects of both sides of the conservative/ Liberal dichotomy. Liberal values should apply to
local communities(and alliances of such communities), and conservative values should be applied to the government.(By conservative I mean libertarian,
which means the legalization of pot at least on a federal level)