Refuse to Vote?

There’s no denying that between Libertarians exists barriers. Some Libertarians are more Anarchists or Anarcho-Capitalists; while others consider themselves to be Classical Liberal or Constitutionalists.  My heart is with those who are idealists, while my hands work for those who are realist [subjectively speaking of course] who are not apathetic to politics and the processes thereof. I’m addressing those who have been involved with the Liberty movement when I say: we all have freedom of choice here, the choice to opt out of voting, to be apolitical, to vote Libertarian Party, to infiltrate Republican Party, to switch back to the Libertarian Party, etc. I preface by saying, we are Libertarian because we hold a common credo: The Non-Aggression Principle.

“All that is necessary for the triumph of evil is that good men do nothing.” These words were spoken by Edmund Burke, a supporter of the American Revolution. Samuel Adams and The Sons of Liberty did not choose to opt out of the system. They organized, from the taverns to the farms, from the piers to the courthouse, and they fought the system! The founders of this country were not apathetic to the blatant tyranny, they required no approbation from the British crown; they used violent force which is only justified in the defense of life, liberty and property. They were the first society that believed in self-governance.  So why should we give up today? Especially as government continuously grows in power and exercises force wherever possible. (more…)

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Disillusioned and Furious

Everyone has a ‘Red Pill’ story about the single moment that changed it all. Their outlook on life, justice, society, even reality itself had all changed; and their curiosity brought them deeper into the rabbit hole. What enlightenment can have such impact? Politics. Most people turn away from the very word, avoiding it as if it were a hex on the house of their family name. Out of disgust and contempt for politics, most have made the choice of doing nothing. It is within their rights to remain neutral on the subject. But what I am telling you now, is that remaining neutral will benefit injustice more than supporting one side or the other regardless of which side is wrong. Those who conceded that voting does not matter since elections are rigged and the politicians are bought and paid for by the corporations or whomever is the mysterious entity known vaguely as ‘the powers that be’, are close to being disillusioned. (more…)