Beer flu, pandemic panic, and the police power

Source: The Price of Liberty
by Nathan Barton

“A society (definition by Oxford Dictionary) is ‘the aggregate of people living together in a more or less ordered community.’ There is not, there cannot be, ANY entity or person, any organization or anything else that can speak for ‘the aggregate of people.’ The ONE possibility is found in L. Neil Smith’s ‘Declaration of Unanimous Consent’ in which each individual, each person, in a community, a society, agrees individually and without coercion to something. That might be possible for a few dozen people. Otherwise, it is impossible. Of course, there are many who claim the opposite. They claim that government CAN and DOES speak for EVERYONE in a community. And that therefore government has these imaginary rights to use force to MAKE those people who claim it does NOT speak for them accept their edicts. Or kill them.” (06/09/21)