Sunday, June 24, 2007

The whole thing in a nutshell

Wally puts us in touch with a succinct little essay by Karen DeCoster that pretty much sums it all up ... the money segment for me:

This is where I disagree with Murray Rothbard that the state is all of the problem, and the masses really aren't that bad at all. True, the masses have been inculcated with so much establishment hogwash (from the state), they have indeed become disseminators of the establishment's behavior-and-thought control. But, at the same time, I am a believer of free will and personal choice, and as such, the citizen tyrants have the ability to accept or reject the propaganda, tyranny, and conspicuous abrogation of individual liberty that a total state brings forth. I reject such nonsense, yet they do not. They rubber-stamp the state's agenda with delight.

1 Comments:

Anonymous John Newman said...

The 'state' is the masses religion. They have given up their free will, their reasoning and their logic to a higher power.

11:59 AM  

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