History/Culture, Politics/Economics

Medieval Libertarianism

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

History/Culture, Politics/Economics

White, Right, and Libertarian

White, Right, and Libertarian is a compilation of sociopolitical essays which accomplish three major tasks: First, libertarianism (a.k.a anarcho-capitalism) is strictly defined and grounded in the private property ethic, contrary to the practice of so-called left-“libertarians.” Second, the notion that open State borders and “freedom of movement” are positions derived from libertarian principles is refuted.… Continue reading White, Right, and Libertarian

History/Culture

Jesus is a Libertarian: The Biblical Case for Anarcho-Capitalism

Introduction John 8:32: ...Know the truth, and the truth will set you free Jesus is far more radically anti-State than many would have you believe, and for good reason–it threatens the status quo. The consequence of this truth being accepted by even a tenth of the population would be quite dramatic indeed: States would topple… Continue reading Jesus is a Libertarian: The Biblical Case for Anarcho-Capitalism

Current Events, Politics/Economics

Bitcoin, Cryptocurrency, Libertarianism, and White Nationalism

Please Consider Purchasing A Copy Of White, Right, and Libertarian As you’ve probably noticed, Bitcoin has been skyrocketing (currently knocking on the door of $20,000 USD per BTC). It will likely correct downward at some point soon, but there is no way to know when it’ll happen, or how deep the correction will be. The money… Continue reading Bitcoin, Cryptocurrency, Libertarianism, and White Nationalism

Politics/Economics

Mises, Hoppe, and Rothbard: On The Foundations Of Liberty

Originally Published On The Austro Libertarian The debate over the proper philosophical foundation for economics, ethics, and political theory (which, being focused on the justification for the use of force in society, is a particular application of ethics), is grounded in the study of knowledge; or, epistemology. This is why the first hundred pages or so… Continue reading Mises, Hoppe, and Rothbard: On The Foundations Of Liberty