[ExI] Private and government R&D
eschatoon at gmail.com
Thu Jul 2 16:26:12 UTC 2009
Of course we should lower the level of coercion, and _reducing_
government power to control loans and the money supply is a good
start. But, _removing_? I am afraid it would quickly result in
agreements between all other powers (financial entities and organized
criminality) to enforce even more coercion and victimize the rest of
Come on, don't be naive. Put 1000 persons on an island, and 10-20
bullies will get organized, grab the power and keep it. You know that.
We don't live in a fairy tale.
On Thu, Jul 2, 2009 at 5:53 PM, Dan<dan_ust at yahoo.com> wrote:
> --- On Thu, 7/2/09, Eschatoon Magic <eschatoon at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Of course in a really free market,
>> withdrawing a loan is not coercion.
>> But when the powers collaborate behind the scenes to
>> protect their
>> power, the market is not free.
>> Our economy is more like the typical situation portrayed in
>> movies: greedy government officers AND organized crime
>> collaborate to
>> create and mantain a money machine for themselves.
> But the solution to this is what? To increase the level of coercion by also stealing from others to fund projects you or I like? Instead, shouldn't the solution be to lower the level of coercion -- in this case, by removing government power to control loans and the money supply?
aka Giulio Prisco
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