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July 13, 2007

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Neil B.

Libertarianism is phony for so many reasons, everything from neglecting the original justification problem for (government-like) private estate claims combined with the property-rights of "tribes" to have something owned/controlled in common they have occupied, the artificial flow of wealth to financial institutions from modern monetary systems (monetization of debt, etc.), the artificial rights of corporations (that we have no obligation to give for free), etc.

tyrannogenius

Neil B.

Libertarianism is phony for so many reasons, everything from neglecting the original justification problem for (government-like) private estate claims combined with the property-rights of "tribes" to have something owned/controlled in common they have occupied, the artificial flow of wealth to financial institutions from modern monetary systems (monetization of debt, etc.), the artificial rights of corporations (that we have no obligation to give for free), etc.

tyrannogenius

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