The Smallest Social Philosophy – Condensed Version

posted by on 2012.03.30, under Agorism, Blog, Liberty

It really takes a toll to surf around political commentary websites these days. Lots of ‘we want this’, ‘you have to do this’ and even more detailed and complicated ways to mess up everyone.
There’s an alternative:

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Security, Scale and Breakdown

posted by on 2012.02.09, under Agorism, Blog, Just Stuff

Random thought:

The larger a network or computer system, and the more centralized, the tougher it is to protect against catastrophic takedowns.
More elements and people results in higher probability of break-in. More centralization means more damage/loot in case of security breach.
Big, centralized systems thus equal high security risk.

Throw into that the decreasing effectiveness of state security enforcement, it might look a little… bleak.

The solution? Decentralization, down-scaling, crypto-anarchist security (read “legal”) systems.

Autonomy and Peace

posted by on 2011.06.22, under Agorism, Blog

From the Second Realm blog:

About everyone agrees that there is something “wrong” with how the world operates today – and we chime into that choir. But our analysis and solutions are radically different. What is it that goes wrong? What should be done instead? And, most of all, who should do it? What is our reasoning?


Me on

posted by on 2011.06.18, under Agorism, Blog

I have been interviewed by Hiro on See links below:

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Second Realm


It has been a while since I wrote this small booklet. But it is still relevant.

Lot’s of typos though. As always. And needs some more information on cultural development and how to get people involved.

Check it out:

I wonder when part II will get done.

Dear XYZ, Bitcoin

posted by on 2011.06.04, under Agorism, Blog, Probable Fiction

Dear XYZ,
good to hear from you.
It is fascinating how sudden a wide-spread reporting on Bitcoin swept the globe.

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Why I don’t vote

posted by on 2009.09.09, under Agorism, Blog, Evil State, Liberty

As mentioned before on this blog I am for “All that is Peaceful”, which is why I never partake in political elections. Here’s my guide to the conscious non-voter:

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Scribble: All that is Peaceful

posted by on 2009.09.07, under Agorism, Blog, Liberty, Scribbles


Usually I refer to myself as an anarchist, or maybe an anarcho-capitalist, sometimes even as a voluntaryist. But none of those terms are satisfactory when talking with people that are not well versed in the theory of those terms. And, those terms fall short of describing my motivations and basic views on “right life” in society. Therefor I shall confront you, my dear reader, with the guiding motto of my life: “All that is Peaceful.”

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States spending themselves to death

posted by on 2009.09.01, under Agorism, Blog, Liberty, Random Findings

The nation states of the world cannot stop spending money they don’t have.  They know they must stop, but they cannot.  It is the nature of democratic republics.  All the controls the United States and others have put on their governments have now broken down.  It was inevitable.

We can expect our government to continue running rampant.  It will continue growing in its brazenness, in its sheer stupidity.  What’s happening now will only get worse.  And worse.  We will reach a tipping point.

And it will be time for a change.
Ten Reasons To Be Happy

As Thatcher said once: “The problem with socialism is that you run out of other people’s money.” I concur, but even extend this: The problem with political means is that you run out of other people’s money and the ability to print your own ad infinitun.