If you are happy, rattle your chains.
Don’t even try to talk to me about it until you have (at the very least) read at least two of Murray Rothbard’s books. It will take you a while. It did me. I would read a sentence (or a paragraph) and I would have to put the book down and contemplate on what I had read– ‘Why didn’t I think of that? That is so logical! I wish I had thought of that! …etc.’ Unlike your current condition, you will understand how the world works.
The question seemingly always raised is that the idea of true freedom sounds good, but how do we do it? What is the single plan to fix everything? Obviously, there is not one answer or any legitimate short answer to this question, and those that ask it, are usually not really interested in real freedom in the first place. In fact, most people do not want the responsibility of freedom, and that makes the government’s job easy, because as a rule, the only thing required by the state to keep the apathetic public at bay, is to offer them safety and benefits. They are happy to remain slaves, so long as they can get the things they want without much effort, and can through their proxy government, use others to gain for themselves.
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