Practicing Politics as Self-Defense

Source: Ludwig von Mises Institute
by LW Blakely

“The biggest uncertainty with libertarianism is not whether it is moral but whether it is achievable. Some form of libertarianism is what ought to be. Aggressive violence can’t be moral under any circumstances. The state is an institution that relies on aggressive violence for sustenance and is, therefore, an immoral entity. But, despite being immoral, it still exists. I’m beginning to question whether it will ever cease to exist in any form or if we, as individuals, have control over what it looks like.” (09/20/22)