You Must Comply Voluntarily by Ben Garrison

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Rodger is a long-time libertarian activist, the founder of PaxLibertas Productions, host of The LAVA Flow podcast, Vice Chairman of the NHLP, Regional Captain for the Foundation for New Hampshire Independence and former Chairman and Secretary of the Libertarian Party of Arkansas. Rodger has also served on the national Libertarian Party Judicial Committee.


  • It is a strange reflection of reality – world government. Those who have the narrow definition of government that has been dumped on them through indoctrination cannot envision government simply as a cooperative and voluntary expression that reflects the will of the people. This natural process of mutual human endeavor simply serves as the best means of attaining the ends (an ever-advancing civilization) and this ‘government’ is maximized in an intellectual and moral environment of classical liberalism. Imagine ‘government’ with no such thing as a State, a different order of things that does not resemble the perverted expectation associated with the State. Since humans encompass the Earth the potential and the social reality is this pure and true world government that is free from the ego-driven interventionists. With an incorrect definition of government as the starting point (as is the case in this Dark Age of economics) then, of course, world government is vile, oppressive, and destructive of the human spirit.

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  • I just watched this video (Adam Kokesh) last night. Blew my mind. Just an amazing example that with the right argument, the right perspective, you can open someone’s mind to a different way of thinking. That isn’t to say the same argument is going to work for everyone nor will you necessarily have the right perspective (no way I could have used that argument for that dude), but if we keep trying, keep putting our arguments and perspectives out there, the likelihood of a spark will go up. AND, keep sharing your perspective, your point of view, your reason for liberty because you might be the only one who can connect to someone and be their spark.

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  • “School was transformed from a voluntary setting of learning into a coerced detention center, with its wards being fed consciously selected information in an attempt to produce acquiescence in the status quo.” – Robert P. Murphy, “The Origins of the Public School,” The Freeman, 7-1-1998

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