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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Berlin house elections

posted by on 2011.09.19, under Blog, Evil State, Liberty

Yesterday was one of those big days of democracy, where the people elected those that shall represent them. </sarcasm>

As most readers of this blog should know by now, I am not a big fan of democracy as a method to find out which rules should be created and enforced. There are many reasons for my view, the main two being that I do not agree on using force to order society – and the other is that democracy as it is done today simply does not work.
And yesterday’s numbers show that:

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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.

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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Scribble: Inflation

posted by on 2009.09.03, under Blog, Liberty, Probable Fiction, Scribbles


Bailouts, state guarantees, economic crisis… and every second pundit either warning of inflation or deflation. Enough reason to share a few thoughts about what inflation is. And why it is evil and matters a great great deal.

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Wage Slavery?

posted by on 2009.09.02, under Blog, Liberty

I still have to admit that the whole concept of “wage slavery” escapes my little confused brain.

Wage slavery, as it seems to me, is based on the following understanding:
People working for less compensation then they think would be just. This does not only include the monetary wage but also often the demand for being directly in control of the means of production and even to be paid “the full value of the product”. Often the “control of the means of production” extends to “not being bossed around and treated as property”.

While I do understand all of the above concerns, and sympathize with them (which is one of the reasons I became self-employed), I do not fully understand how to call it “unjust” or even slavery.

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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.

The State is only a Legal Fiction

posted by on 2009.08.31, under Blog, Liberty, Probable Fiction

One of the less smart slogans repeated over and over again in Libertarian circles is:

The State is only a Legal Fiction!

But, is this true?

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