State == Evil

posted by Jonathan Logan on 2009.02.09, under Blog, Evil State
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Many people look at me with crossed eyes when I mention that I believe that the State leads to evil behavior. So, I collect examples on that: In the christian state (intentional sarcasm) of Italy it is now a crime to assist illegal immigrants that are in distress at sea. If you didn’t find the problem with the first read, read it again – and again. The State is punishing private people whose only crime it is to help save the life of unwanted (illegal) humans!

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Buback murder - Terrorism, Secrets, Legitimacy

posted by Jonathan Logan on 2009.31.08, under Probable Fiction, The Intel State
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Germany currently sees a micro-scandal surrounding a murder that lies 32 years in the past. What happened? Some RAF (Red Army Fraction) terrorists killed Mr. Buback (chief federal prosecutor of Germany) and two of his companions by firing an automatic weapon at his car. To this date it is unclear who exactly played which role in the murder, and specifically who fired the deadly shots. The son of Mr. Buback has now spent the better part of his life to press the investigators to finally come up with an answer, to no avail – until now. And the answer seems to include some political explosive information. Which is where the scandal begins:

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Thoughts on Homeschooling

posted by Jonathan Logan on 2009.31.08, under Blog, Random Findings
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An excellent little treat on homeschooling comes from LibertarianChristians.com.

Thousands of years of human civilization illustrate that successful societies integrate children into adult society. That is, they don’t warehouse thousands of teens and children with other teens and children.  You learn manners and socialization skills by associating with people who have them: namely, adults. Hanging out constantly with other children teaches you only how to behave like a barbaric child. This is why civilized people build education and training around apprenticeships, home schooling, and other systems that involve close association between adults and children.

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