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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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41.The Republic of Mike TroutCapitalizt“The Should Be Two-Time MVP”
42.The ✌oluntaryist Republic of AgorapolisInoffensive Centrist Democracy“Vox Libertas!”
43.The Minarchist States of TrezchoixInoffensive Centrist Democracy“Life,Liberty, Pursuit of happiness”
44.The Galactic Confederacy of The Space PiratesAnarchy“The rougher the seas, the smoother we sail. Ahoy!”
45.The Federation of Asocial partnersAnarchy“Money should roll”
46.The United Kingdom of SeriyAnarchy“A Deo et Rege”
47.The Robert Nozick of ArkolonAnarchy“Anarchy, State, and Arkolon”
48.The Empire of SegloniInoffensive Centrist Democracy“A Free Market is the Only Market”
49.The Pessimistate of CatallassiaAnarchy“Veritas Odium Parit”
50.The Free Land of Borderless TerritoriesAnarchy“Live free or... well, live free, really”
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The Demarchist Confederacy of The Liberated Territories wrote:It's the perversion of justice. The party who loses is the one that signed up for a security firm or any contract enforcing entity, or more likely the competitors, who will be at the mercy of the corporation with the most influence.

Be at the mercy of a business with the most influence? What?

This comment literally has no point.

The Demarchist Confederacy of The Liberated Territories wrote:
The bordello of PDAs and DROs. Or I thought AnCap had a government? Just no state?

That's not a government.

The Demarchist Confederacy of The Liberated Territories wrote:
A corporation will be willing to sacrifice profit if it meant retaining their customers (and thus financial security for them in the long term.) In fact, they'd be more willing to strike preemptively until the point where the risks of attack are diminished enough to secure long term financial success. Of course it'll be a subscription based model for their customers. Just don't call it a tax, since it's "voluntary."

Yes, you keep making these claims, despite all the available evidence to the contrary.

The Demarchist Confederacy of The Liberated Territories wrote:
Plus, the clients of this corporation may "encourage" (buy) preemptive strikes if they feel insecure enough. The best defense is a good offense type of deal. And it's a win for that corporation, since they get paid AND get to destroy their competitors quite literally.

More nonsensical claims. Why would their clients pay for destruction?

The Demarchist Confederacy of The Liberated Territories wrote:
Like feudalism? There were no states in feudalism, either. But there were Princes providing contractual protection (you work for us I'll protect you). And you could always leave, unless you were a serf then fvck you.

Nothing like feudalism.

The Voluntary Society of Sibirsky wrote:There is no government.

Law would be for profit. How would you bribe it? For what?

Who would keep employing the PDA, if their cops do not do any actual work? In any case, the cops would be violating their employer's and their customers' property rights. They would not remain employed for long.

Waste management corruption?

Extortion is a violation of property rights. It is a crime in libertarian law.

Not necessarily, true. To let out the left-libertarian view: companies are governments. Also, individuals govern themselves, to be the individualist as well. Governments are not necessarily states. Communes, Syndicates, Companies, Individuals, Cooperatives, any organization really is a government, not necessarily a "state", which is a monopoly on the initiation of force.

The Voluntary Autonomous Zone of The New Sea Territory wrote:Not necessarily, true. To let out the left-libertarian view: companies are governments. Also, individuals govern themselves, to be the individualist as well. Governments are not necessarily states. Communes, Syndicates, Companies, Individuals, Cooperatives, any organization really is a government, not necessarily a "state", which is a monopoly on the initiation of force.

Companies are not governments. They don't rule states or communities.

The Voluntary Society of Sibirsky wrote:Companies are not governments. They don't rule states or communities.

Governments are not necessarily rulers of states or communities. That would be either a politician or a state, respectively.

Individuals rule themselves. Companies are ruled by their CEOs or whoever is in charge.

The Voluntary Autonomous Zone of The New Sea Territory wrote:Governments are not necessarily rulers of states or communities. That would be either a politician or a state, respectively.

Individuals rule themselves. Companies are ruled by their CEOs or whoever is in charge.

Yes they are. It's the definition of the word.

Individuals, and company executives are not governments. Association with them, is purely voluntary, unlike states. And individuals do not have legitimate, unlimited authority over others.

The Voluntary Society of Sibirsky wrote:Yes they are. It's the definition of the word.

Individuals, and company executives are not governments. Association with them, is purely voluntary, unlike states. And individuals do not have legitimate, unlimited authority over others.

By legitimate, I meant, the claims. And others perception.

The Voluntary Autonomous Zone of The New Sea Territory wrote:Mutualism seems weird to me. And, in my entire NSG career of four years, I have met one mutualist, who I forgot his name.

Mmm. Mutualists are very uncommon to bump into. Was his name Unitaristic Regions? He's a mutualist.

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The Voluntary Society of Sibirsky wrote:There is no government.

In anarchism, yes, there will be several governments or they might call themselves "governments". There are all the other governments from the leftist ideologies. So, anarchism will most likely be a mixed-market anarchism, kind of.

One example on how they could work according to my random thoughts is that there are a different number of people, who are involved in the organization. Some work, some don't. Everyone get the same benefits from being a member in this government.

There's a "tax rate" by which people who work pay a standard portion of their incomes to the organization in a charitable manner for those, who can't work.

Of course, being a member is entirely voluntary and perhaps you could join several governments at once. One "government" could provide x, y, z and b, while another "government" may provide y and a or different combinations, depending on what the members desire.

The Market Square-Society of Magna Libero wrote:In anarchism, yes, there will be several governments or they might call themselves "governments". There are all the other governments from the leftist ideologies. So, anarchism will most likely be a mixed-market anarchism, kind of.

One example on how they could work according to my random thoughts is that there are a different number of people, who are involved in the organization. Some work, some don't. Everyone get the same benefits from being a member in this government.

There's a "tax rate" by which people who work pay a standard portion of their incomes to the organization in a charitable manner for those, who can't work.

Of course, being a member is entirely voluntary and perhaps you could join several governments at once. One "government" could provide x, y, z and b, while another "government" may provide y and a or different combinations, depending on what the members desire.

Those are not governments.

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