Category Archives: Libertarian

Ron Paul

Ron Paul’s Farewell Address to Congress

“I have thought a lot about why those of us who believe in liberty, as a solution, have done so poorly in convincing others of its benefits. If liberty is what we claim it is- the principle that protects all personal, social and economic decisions necessary for maximum prosperity and the best chance for peace- it should be an easy sell. Yet, history has shown that the masses have been quite receptive to the promises of authoritarians which are rarely if ever fulfilled.”

Paper money

Banks, Debt, Inflation and Theft

Lots of thoughts running through my head on this topic. I’m still learning all about it, so my opinions and understanding which follows might not be accurate. Feel free to comment your thoughts, opinions or amendments on my Facebook page where I’ll be sharing this.

Saving the Soul of Libertarianism in the UK – Part 1

You see why I think there is a threat to the soul of libertarianism in the UK? When those claiming to stand as its defenders behave in such a way what else can it be called? Only the members of a Party can do anything about this type of thing, and they can only do it if they are aware of it.

False Equivocation

If you think Commies are left wing, and Nazis are right wing, then one must conclude that (a) libertarians are neither left wing, nor right wing, or if you think libertarians are right wing, then one must conclude that (b) commies, socialists, fascists and nazis are all leftwing. Pick one.

Statism: The Most Dangerous Religion

“I think really humanity is just beginning to wake up to what it’s supposed to be. Humanity wasn’t meant to be a domesticated species, owned by a ruling class. Every human being owns himself, is in charge of his own life.”

Lockdown Kills, and Covid Kills

It’s time to stop talking and thinking in collective terms. We are individuals with lives and loves and feelings. We all have unique situations that cannot be centrally planned for. Because it’s individuals who get harmed, so it is individuals who should choose how they manage their own situation, having been given reliable information.

Against Arbitrary Application of the Law

Since resources can’t possibly pull up everyone, but still might pull up anyone, the ‘rules’ can be tantamount to a mechanism for arbitrary arrest.

Non-aggression Against Tyranny

Libertarians may come to find that departing from the tyranny they deplore is the appropriate peaceful, non-aggressive, response to it – and the most libertarian thing they can do.

The Power of Moral Authority

Moral authority, rather than demanding, it leads by example. Rather than sacrificing others, it sacrifices itself.