Originally published on Bionic Mosquito The stateless Middle Ages were the only example of a functioning anarchic order in the West. The ‘Reactionary’ Libertarianism of Frank van Dun, by Richard Storey. Forgive the length of this post and the multiple links. I am thinking it is necessary to capture and summarize my thoughts on this topic,… Continue reading Medieval Libertarianism
Originally Published on Bionic Mosquito under the title: The Libertarian Movement Taken from a comment at the post “Trade Winds”: Anonymous February 9, 2018 at 5:56 AM There's so much fracturing within the libertarian movement for a variety of reasons currently and a host of ill will being generated as a result that seems to be making… Continue reading A “Big Tent” Libertarian Alliance Is Neither Feasible Nor Desirable
Originally Published on Bionic Mosquito I have a proposition for those libertarians who support open borders. Write a defense of your thesis regarding the nation-state of Israel. Make it convincing. Get it published at one or more of the sites that regularly pound the table for open borders. If the theory is valid and universal – as is… Continue reading The “Open Borders For Israel” Challenge
Originally Published on Bionic Mosquito In listening to Jordan Peterson over the last few months, he has often commented on the destructive philosophy of post-modernism, a philosophy that – in his view – is the force behind the cultural destruction underway in the west. Prior to hearing this from him, my knowledge on the matter… Continue reading Explaining Postmodernism
Originally published at Bionic Mosquito under the title "I Love Hans Hoppe" NO! NOT THAT WAY! If that’s what I meant, he would have to “physically remove” me from his (virtual) neighborhood! I love his intellect, the way he creates the dots that he thereafter connects, his directness, and his very dry and wonderfully refined sense of humor. It was Hans… Continue reading Bionic Mosquito: I love Hans-Hermann Hoppe!