Originally posted by Maslo
Anarcho-capitalism is in essence a state where the voting power depends on the wealth only.
Um. No. Obviously you're not even basically familiar with anarcho-capitalism if you don't understand that one of the basic tenets of it is that
voting, or majority rule, is immoral and is not a valid way to solve social problems. Anarcho-Capitalists completely oppose it.
Also, all this stuff about corporations being evil monopolies with too much power is hilarious coming from the people who support government. Do you
not realize that the only way private corporations become perverted and monopolistic in nature is BECAUSE government exists? Lobbyists! Behind the
scenes financial support! When you have an all powerful state, corporations can pay politicians to do dirty work for them.
Without a government, corporations would be at the mercy of the consumer and the competition of the economy. Your company will not survive if you
attempt to rip off your consumer, sell a bad product, maintain dishonest policies, or any other sort of unethical activity.
And speaking of monopolies... if we can all agree that they are bad, they why do we continue to let the State exist as a brutal monopoly? Do you have
an option on who produces national security? Do you have an option on monetary policy? Do you have an option
to stop giving the state your
money when they wrong you or enact a policy that you find morally reprehensible?
edit on 20-11-2010 by RavagedSky because: forgot