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Visit a region where you can gain the benefit of a small group of like minded players, but with no other restrictions, where your rights end at the tip of the other guy's nose and where smaller government is better government, and no government (aside from national defense and regional dispute resolution) is best of all.

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Libertarian contains 33 nations, the 359th most in the world.

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The Most Authoritarian in libertarian

World Census staff loitered innocuously in various public areas and recorded the length of time that passed before they were approached by dark-suited officials.

As a region, libertarian is ranked 15,805th in the world for Most Authoritarian.

#NationWA CategoryMotto
21.The Armed Republic of Gun Toting DimwitsCivil Rights Lovefest“A free people ought to be armed.”
22.The Confederation of Paul MarksNew York Times Democracy“Do not tread on me.”
23.The Armed Republic of NotonthemapistanCorporate Bordello“Democracy= 51 beats 49 that's why own a .45”
24.The Matriarchy of New ChelelCapitalizt“In Sharess We Trust”
25.The Amerikanisches Reich of ThinkPadsAnarchy“Rebellis ut tyrannus est obsequium ut Deus”
26.The Most Serene Republic of UmwahwahCorporate Bordello“Tu Ne Cede Malis”
27.The Dying Empire of Cynical ConservativesCorporate Bordello“God save the Republic”
28.The Council of FJK RantsAnarchy“Use the Force, Trust your instincts”
29.The Confederacy of Libertarian NationsAnarchy“With Liberty Comes Prosperity”
30.The Holy Smokers of Ron PaultopiaCapitalizt“Give Me Liberty, or a Bran Muffin”
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Nothing is "100% proven true."

Oh, that does it.

Mentioning reptiles out of blue, is not viable answer to "then where did it come form?". And you still didn't answer the question.
If as you claim, there is no evil AT ALL in us when were are born, and we only learn it form others, where did evil came from. Are you dodging the question?

You said that I said that humans were born evil. But you might as well say I said humans were born good. Because I said both. I keep making clear, that those are not absolute natures, but things we have which we act upon, which we might be trained or suppressed by our caretakers, but not created or removed entirely.

Oh, but I am not joking about bacon. Not at all mister. It has meat, it has fat. When we eat it, out brains interprets signals it receives from our taste buds as "this is good" (just as our brains react to things we do - we call it conscience). And we don't need to be told so by someone else. So, yes we are born with a natural & immediate tendencies towards liking or disliking bacon, we might not actually like it from start, since don't even know it exists, but everything that makes us like it when we take first bite is already there.

Also when I claim there is both good and evil within us when we're born, how I am contradicting my claim that we aren't born wholly evil? I only contradict your claim that we aren't born with any evil.

Mathematics is 100% true - although "proven" is the wrong word. Mathematical truths (such as 1+1=2) just are true (by definition), as certain philosophical truths (such as the law of noncontradiction and the law of identity "A is A") are true (by definition).

If there is a need for proof then there is doubt - and new evidence may overturn existing accepted science.

Hat tip to the late Karl Popper.

The world contains 122,235 nations in 17,004 regions. Libertarian contains 38 nations, the 312th most in the world.
As a region, libertarian is ranked 16,959th in the world for Largest Public Transport Department. (bottom 0.3%, only 45 regions scored lower)
Paul Marks is ranked 38th in libertarian and 121,894th in the world for Largest Public Transport Department, scoring -545 on the Societal Mobility Rating. (bottom 0.3%, only 341 nations scored lower)
Well Done!

Paul Marks, AU 1912, and everyone else here. You guys have been my home ever since I joined. However, I regret to say that I must be leaving this region after my three year life here. Who knows, maybe I'll come back?

I'll miss you guys!

I hesitate to ask "why," so I'll just say that we'll miss you, and when you return you'll be welcomed with open arms! :D

Many thanks Constitutional Republic of Alternate Universe 912.

I have wished The Republic of Libertarian California good fortune in his new home.

Karl Popper - that name is a blast from the past - read him in graduate school

No one is correct about everything - but Popper was often O.K.

Of course do not try to follow Karl Popper on the methodology that economists should use - but then he was not really interested in that subject. Ludwig Von Mises was - very.

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