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I am a freedom advocate; regarding the state, I'm an abolitionist.

There is no one else on earth with a legitimate right to rule over you. Otherwise, you are legitimately their slave.

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Freedom is a state; One is either governed or free. You cannot be both.

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It seems to me that it determinism is true, one should do everything they wish. For if one can do it, it was determined for them to do it. Why fight against the goads? Am I right.

I'm listening to Dave Smith show Part of the Problem. On the one hand he seems to be an anarchist, but in reality he's a pragmatic statist.He's talking about all kinds of laws and how they should be changed and... That's not anarchy, That's being part of the problem.

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I don't know about all that, but I'm spending some time on MeWe. Join me if you like.

Listen to the most recent episode of my podcast: Intro to podcasting anchor.fm/unrulyfreedom/episod

Be gentle. This is my first foray into podcasting.

Things people believe that aren't true.

1. The US dollar is backed by gold.
2. The government is obligated to protect you.
3. American citizens are free.

Can you think of some more?

Free men don't ask for permission to do what's right, and you can't ask permission to be free.

So does anyone know if an impeachment trial includes discovery?

I just received this comment. How brainwashed is the public. This is a strong indicator.

I'm a freedom extremist; an extreme Voluntaryist.

There's no such thing as constitutional rights. The founders of the US recognized that rights did not come from the Constitution. Instead, what we see are the rights that the constitution claims to protect.

But one is either governed or free; you cannot be both. Free people have rights. Slaves have liberties. Slaves were allowed to go into town and perhaps earn money this was called a liberty. Marines go on Liberty leave. So we see that Liberty is something given by an authority.

So someone asked me, what about the social contract? The social contract is simply a lie designed to keep you subjugated to your masters the state. It's the same lie told to slaves in the Old South. And because the slaves believed it many of them didn't run away.

If you believed in the social contract then that social contract was in force in 1776 and you need to go apologize to the British. That would mean it was wrong for the to have declared independence.

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A tiktok in which I answer the question: What about the social contract?

I canceled Twitter. I may not believe what you write, but I defend to the death your right to tweet it.

I have an idea about handling the pandemic. Treat people like they are free. Trust people to make responsible decisions for themselves, their family, and community. Give them tax relief. Stop stealing the income of people.

RT @jeffreyatucker
It's just Easter, part of 6 weeks to flatten the curve. It's just Thanksgiving, part of 7 months to suppress the virus. It's just Christmas, part of 2 years to stop all infections. It's ok! Why are you complaining?

Defending "the Constitution from enemies foreign and domestic" is not obedience to them.

Just something to remind government goons of...

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