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Egalitarianism Is Inherently Statist

Bionic Mosquito writes about how community is found within a truly egalitarian society  – through the state, and only through it (bold emphasis added): Destroy all other hierarchies and all that is left is the State.  This should not be a difficult … Continue reading

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Why Knowledge “Is” Power

Real Power is the degree to which a person has control over their own circumstances. Rollo Tomassi, Rational Male “Freedom” and “liberty” are not directly tied to anarchism or libertarianism, but let’s be honest: Most people interested or enthusiastic about the ideology are drawn to … Continue reading

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Karl Marx On Free Trade

In a speech in 1848 titled “On the question of free trade,” Karl Marx concluded with this remark (bold emphasis added). But, in general, the protective system of our day is conservative, while the free trade system is destructive. It breaks up … Continue reading

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Libertarians (Wrongly) Presuppose Common Values

Over at the Orthosphere, writer Kristor levels a criticism of libertarianism that it presupposes the absence of any common culture (don’t misunderstand his use of the word “cult”). Libertarianism is ever the precursor to tyranny. For, it proposes the maximum … Continue reading

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Additional Thought On Open Borders Debate

I keep having these epiphanies, so there it is. We have to keep in mind what open border advocates say compared to what they truly mean and the implications for it. When they advocates open borders, they are not advocating … Continue reading

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Reviewing My Take On The Alt. Right

This has been on my mind for a while, but I think it’s important to state here. Last year I wrote an analysis of the 16 Points of the Alt. Right by Vox Day. My conclusion at the time was … Continue reading

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The Appeal of Barbarism

In a new post, CJay Engel at Austro-Libertarian examines what he calls “Antonio Gramsci Libertarians.” Commenting on the “left-libertarian” strain of the movement, he writes: This social agenda need not be embraced by all who carry the name “libertarian.”  It … Continue reading

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