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31.The United Democratic Republics of MourtzouphlosCapitalist Paradise“Sona si Latine loqueris”
32.The Robert Nozick of ArkolonAnarchy“Anarchy, State, and Arkolon”
33.The Rogue Nation of TravisikstanCapitalizt“I will punch you in the face. Leave me alone.”
34.The Rogue Nation of Nortel Vest Bd9538landCapitalizt“We want pie!”
35.The Free Confederacy of VecherdAnarchy“Sic semper evello mortem Tyrannis”
36.The Free Land of NektonayAnarchy“We demand pizza”
37.The Federated States of AmaciaCapitalist Paradise“By God and Steel”
38.The Republic of Freiheit ReichCapitalist Paradise“Prosperity through rewarding ability and reason”
39.The Confederacy of John Birch SocietyCompulsory Consumerist State“Dont Tread On Me”
40.The ✌oluntaryist Republic of AgorapolisInoffensive Centrist Democracy“Vox Libertas!”
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The Road to Serfdom of The Liberated Territories wrote:SOCIAL CONTRACT

IMPLIED CONSENT

JUST MOVE TO CANADA

OR THE WOOODS

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I assume this is satire.

The People's Republic of Alyakia wrote:basically

the big failure of anarcho-capitalism is that if, we like many countries, view the county as the monarchs personal property and the state as their appointed administrators for their property, then it's entirely their own choice to do what they want with their own property and the state has you by the ideological balls. because you wouldn't accept someone walking onto someones farm, having a baby there then having said baby grow up and say they never agreed to follow the owners rules and demanding they let them be free, because that's a bit... silly? keep in mind when they bought the land "its yours now and you are completely free from the monarchs rule" was never part of the contract.

which is why there are so many "anarcho-monarchists".

I don't quite follow your baby example. Would you mind restating it? As to the first bit, it seems like you are saying you don't like the consequences of the application of the NAP and property rights, supposing this monarch somehow homesteaded and traded for all the land, and so anarcho-capitalism fails. I'm assuming you are some form of consequentialist based on this, but I'm afraid I'm not and don't really find that convincing.

The Free Land of Handsoffistan wrote:I assume this is satire.
I don't quite follow your baby example. Would you mind restating it? As to the first bit, it seems like you are saying you don't like the consequences of the application of the NAP and property rights, supposing this monarch somehow homesteaded and traded for all the land, and so anarcho-capitalism fails. I'm assuming you are some form of consequentialist based on this, but I'm afraid I'm not and don't really find that convincing.

So basically, if we are born on the land of a monarch, like fruits out of the group we automatically belong to him, despite said monarch not mixing his or her labor to "produce us," but through a contract.

It would be roughly equivalent to a private hospital declaring all babies born on it's land it's property.

The Road to Serfdom of The Liberated Territories wrote:So basically, if we are born on the land of a monarch, like fruits out of the group we automatically belong to him, despite said monarch not mixing his or her labor to "produce us," but through a contract.

It would be roughly equivalent to a private hospital declaring all babies born on it's land it's property.

it's more like if you are born on a monarchs land you can't decide you never agreed to his rules and decide his land is actually yours now.

the farm example or hospital example is there because, imagine you were born there and grew up here but decided you never made a contract with the hospital so they are illegally aggressing you by telling you to follow their rules on their property. it'd be completely absurd.

The People's Republic of Alyakia wrote:it's more like if you are born on a monarchs land you can't decide you never agreed to his rules and decide his land is actually yours now.

the farm example or hospital example is there because, imagine you were born there and grew up here but decided you never made a contract with the hospital so they are illegally aggressing you by telling you to follow their rules on their property. it'd be completely absurd.

You are thinking of communism. The libertarian doesn't assume that the land is "his," or anyone's, merely because they disagree with the current ruler. It would be all fine and dandy if the libertarian were to draw up a contract with the government he decided to join and opt in and out at any time (panarchism), or at least have a government who's "social contract" involves merely upholding the self regulating abilities of voluntary institutions that can do the same thing (minarchism). But unfortunately we must coexist with the unfortunate other option, that amongst all laws passed, wars waged, and liberties lost to the gov, we cannot simply be left alone to our own devices without being metaphorically kicked, stabbed, strangled, or strung.

Hey guys, I'm back, For those of you who don't remember me, I don't blame you, I only made one post here, But I'm a friend of Maryginia, and was managing his account over the summer, and decided to make my own nation and bring my nation here. I don't know if you guys care If I post personal stories here, Also I hope you don't mind my being here, I'm not a Libertarian, More of a Goldwater republican, that's a Monarchist. Anyways Today I was with a group of friends, and we were debating Scottish independence, Yes we're American, anyways I support Scottish independence, though I would support the return of a Jacobite King, anyways, a few of my friends are against it, and as we're discussing it, another one of my friends, who's ancestors came from scotland, came in in a kilt, with bagpipes, and playing Scotland the brave, which I found pretty funny.

The Road to Serfdom of The Liberated Territories wrote:So basically, if we are born on the land of a monarch, like fruits out of the group we automatically belong to him, despite said monarch not mixing his or her labor to "produce us," but through a contract.

It would be roughly equivalent to a private hospital declaring all babies born on it's land it's property.

Not quite. If we are operating under the NAP, this derives from the concept of self-ownership. Only the individual has any legitimate claim on himself. The monarch, again supposing he rightfully owns the land, can impose rules upon people living on his land just as any landlord would, which is not equatable to ownership of said people.

The Free Land of Handsoffistan wrote:Not quite. If we are operating under the NAP, this derives from the concept of self-ownership. Only the individual has any legitimate claim on himself. The monarch, again supposing he rightfully owns the land, can impose rules upon people living on his land just as any landlord would, which is not equatable to ownership of said people.

Indeed

I agree/disagree. I simply don't believe the notion of inalienable property rights. What is right will work and that is the original Piercian pragmatic notion that I subscribe to.

Property rights/etc. Are fungible in the context that they are conducive to overall efficiency. What must be noted is that all "morals" that are considered intrinsic good; benevolence, justice, etc. Are valued by us because of millenia of selection towards a cohesive societal organization that optimizes the health (physical, mental, etc.) Of the constituency.

The Republic of Flaxxony wrote:I agree/disagree. I simply don't believe the notion of inalienable property rights. What is right will work and that is the original Piercian pragmatic notion that I subscribe to.

Property rights/etc. Are fungible in the context that they are conducive to overall efficiency. What must be noted is that all "morals" that are considered intrinsic good; benevolence, justice, etc. Are valued by us because of millenia of selection towards a cohesive societal organization that optimizes the health (physical, mental, etc.) Of the constituency.

I'm not familiar with Pierce, unfortunately, and I'd rather not speculate on your views. Would you mind explaining the relevant parts of your subscribed notion before I respond?

So I found this in the Guns or Butter issue:

"Everyone's got it all wrong," says Margaret O, leader of the Tuponia Libertarian Party. "We need the military now to support our economy but we can't let it get out of control. I say we privatise it and divvy it up between several corporations, and make it self-funding... it sounds radical but taxes will drop, the people will be happy, and we get to keep our military strength to show Johnny Foreigner what's what! Everyone wins! As long it's in the corporations' best interests to protect the country though, I suppose..."

Whoever wrote this needs to be fired.

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