Anarchast: "The History of Anarchism" with Lew Rockwell
"Anarchism comes down to a very simple argument ... all you have to know is it's never acceptable to use violence, or threaten violence against the innocent. When you say that to someone, everyone says 'well, of course!' But then, of course, it turns out they don't actually believe it. They believe in war, they believe in taxation, they believe in regulation. Everything the state does is violent. They claim the right to kill you if you sufficiently resist paying a parking ticket. So that's the opposition, this is mankind's worst enemy on earth ever."
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