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WA Delegate: The Motors of Lincoln Sydney (elected 186 days ago)

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Welcome! This is a region conceived for the libertarian minded - the belief that liberty is the primary virtue of humanity and that the State should be minimized to the greatest possible extent.

Anyone who believes in individual free will is welcome. Here you'll find the cure for stateholm syndrome.

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Liberty is not a means to a political end. It is itself the highest political end.
- Lord Acton

The ideal Government of all reflective men, from Aristotle onward, is one which lets the individual alone one which barely escapes being no government at all.
- H.L. Mencken

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Laissez Faireholm contains 89 nations, the 124th most in the world.

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The Most Cultured in Laissez Faireholm

After spending many tedious hours in coffee shops and concert halls, World Census experts have found the following nations to be the most cultured.

As a region, Laissez Faireholm is ranked 2,799th in the world for Most Cultured.

#NationWA CategoryMotto
1.The Free Nation of Libertarian CanadaCapitalizt“We're free and we're keeping it that way”
2.The Green Kingdom of FerrianonaWA MemberAuthoritarian Democracy“GABEN”
3.The United Republican States of AkkillesInoffensive Centrist Democracy“Gold in Peace, Iron in War.”
4.The Most Serene Confederation of The Merchant RepublicsAnarchy“Omni Homo Est Suum Regem”
5.The Ass-puppet of Gendronium PuppetWA MemberAnarchy“The WA-version of Gendronium”
6.The Voluntaryist Aggregate of Faith Hope CharityAnarchy“Prior est Propietas Ego.”
7.The Voluntarist Lands of ViolanCapitalizt“Walk your own path, unimpeded, and I shall walk mine.”
8.The Hanna Barbera Domain of New NorkadorfAnarchy“I'll Take Care Of These Babies The Easy Way”
9.The Confederacy of ElwherWA MemberCapitalist Paradise“Power for the Taking”
10.The United Democratic Republics of MourtzouphlosCapitalist Paradise“Sona si Latine loqueris”
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The Voluntary Autonomous Zone of The New Sea Territory wrote:As I am a syndicalist myself and associate with a lot of left-anarchists, I usually make the case that only capitalism that is forced onto those who don't want it is coercive, as like any system.

What would you class as "forced" capitalism and what is "voluntary" capitalism? As a member of a socialist community which doesn't accept the legitimacy of property rights, I have two choices if I want to get my hands on the fruit grown in the farm next door; maintain my ideological consistency and take them or engage in the capitalist system and buy them. Either the two systems come into constant conflict with one another, or the socialists are simply absorbed into capitalist society as owners of what is basically just a democratically managed corporate entity. I'm not convinced either alternative shows the two systems coexisting peacefully, and I'm not sure why you think socialists would want to support a voluntaryist society over their own ideas.

The People's Republic of Mirule wrote:What would you class as "forced" capitalism and what is "voluntary" capitalism? As a member of a socialist community which doesn't accept the legitimacy of property rights, I have two choices if I want to get my hands on the fruit grown in the farm next door; maintain my ideological consistency and take them or engage in the capitalist system and buy them. Either the two systems come into constant conflict with one another, or the socialists are simply absorbed into capitalist society as owners of what is basically just a democratically managed corporate entity. I'm not convinced either alternative shows the two systems coexisting peacefully, and I'm not sure why you think socialists would want to support a voluntaryist society over their own ideas.

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The Voluntary Autonomous Zone of The New Sea Territory wrote:I like a voluntary society better, because voluntaryism is anarcho-capitalism, but anarcho-capitalism isn't necessarily voluntaryist, and non voluntaryist ancapism is not philosophically justified, IMO.

Anarcho-capitalism is voluntary by definition.

The Voluntary Society of Sibirsky wrote:Anarcho-capitalism is voluntary by definition.

Yes, but not all anarcho-capitalists are voluntaryists. Though most are.

Either way, I say voluntary society because a voluntary society is the real end goal, not ancapistan (which sounds like some post-soviet obscure hellhole between whogivsafukistan and shiitistan), and it is not exclusively capitalist.

The Voluntary Autonomous Zone of The New Sea Territory wrote:Yes, but not all anarcho-capitalists are voluntaryists. Though most are.

Either way, I say voluntary society because a voluntary society is the real end goal, not ancapistan (which sounds like some post-soviet obscure hellhole between whogivsafukistan and shiitistan), and it is not exclusively capitalist.

A voluntary society cannot have a universal, exclusive economic system, of course.

But some would be more common than others.

The Voluntary Society of Sibirsky wrote:A voluntary society cannot have a universal, exclusive economic system, of course.

But some would be more common than others.

Obviously mutualism and primitivism are just not "cool".

The Voluntary Autonomous Zone of The New Sea Territory wrote:Obviously mutualism and primitivism are just not "cool".

Mutualism is cool.

Primitivism is definitely not.

The Voluntary Society of Sibirsky wrote:Mutualism is cool.

Primitivism is definitely not.

Mutualism seems weird to me. And, in my entire NSG career of four years, I have met one mutualist, who I forgot his name. And if you can't find them on NSG, they must be rare.

I prefer syndicalism, but if not that, then capitalism.

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