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    Re: 'Secret' law lets police arrest for failing to show ID near summit

    Quote Originally Posted by Deuce View Post
    I suggest you move to some central African country that has no functioning government, then
    Name one which has an advanced market economic system. FYI civil war =/= anarchy.

    , because you seem to oppose the governmental ability to actually do anything.
    Anything which infringes upon my right of self ownership and violates the non-aggression principle, yes. The legitimate roll of the government (assuming that there is one) is to defend those rights not to infringe upon them.

    Those soldiers, tanks, planes, rockets, and satellites that protect you, how exactly do you think they get paid for?
    Through theft. I never agreed for the state to confiscate my capital and transfer it to state corporatists to produce weapons. You don't need the state to provide for defense, private security and defense agencies could provide those services and it could be provided cheaper through dominant assurance contracts entered into voluntarily with their consumers rather than through a giant racketeering scheme.
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    Re: 'Secret' law lets police arrest for failing to show ID near summit

    Quote Originally Posted by Agent Ferris View Post
    Name one which has an advanced market economic system. FYI civil war =/= anarchy.



    Anything which infringes upon my right of self ownership and violates the non-aggression principle, yes. The legitimate roll of the government (assuming that there is one) is to defend those rights not to infringe upon them.



    Through theft. I never agreed for the state to confiscate my capital and transfer it to state corporatists to produce weapons. You don't need the state to provide for defense, private security and defense agencies could provide those services and it could be provided cheaper through dominant assurance contracts entered into voluntarily with their consumers rather than through a giant racketeering scheme.
    Free market national defense. Ok then.
    So explain to me how a government is to defend any of your rights if it doesn't employ any people to enforce such a defense?

    You know running our country this way wouldn't have made it out of the 19th century, right?
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    We’ll say what? Something like “nothing happened” ... Yeah, we might say something like that.

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    Re: 'Secret' law lets police arrest for failing to show ID near summit

    Quote Originally Posted by Deuce View Post
    Free market national defense. Ok then.
    Better than a giant legalized racketeering scheme.

    So explain to me how a government is to defend any of your rights if it doesn't employ any people to enforce such a defense?
    I don't really see a necessary roll for the state. The state does not defend rights it violates them.

    You know running our country this way wouldn't have made it out of the 19th century, right?
    Why would a contractual society based on the non-aggression principle in which individuals are entitled to self ownership not have made it out of the 19th century?
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    Re: 'Secret' law lets police arrest for failing to show ID near summit

    Quote Originally Posted by chevydriver1123 View Post
    Update

    The violent "anarchists" seem to be government thugs in disguise.

    The Toronto G20 Riot Fraud: Undercover Police engaged in Purposeful Provocation
    OF COURSE the anarchists are government thugs in disguise... they get CAUGHT EVERY TIME!!!!

    Montebello, Que - They were WEARING POLICE ISSUE BOOTS!
    Pittsburgh - Once the anarchists were finished were seen walking into a temporary police base of operations
    London - 50 photographers surrounding 1 anarchist throwing a brick through a window... can we say 'photo op'?
    And so on... EVERY TIME!!!

    Finally it's not a 'conspiracy theory'.... I've only been telling people this for almost 10 YEARS that it's the disguised police attacking police lines to legitimize the police into attacking the legitimate protests.

    It's worked for so many years IN SPITE of getting caught almost EVERY TIME... why would they stop now??

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