Libertarian Prepper

The world divides politically into those who want people to be controlled, and those who have no such desire.

Libertarianism

Read these first:

Slavery Never Went Away

Freedom and Democracy: The truth behind the ideology

Taxation is a Protection Racket

Deriving Anarchy from Equal Rights

 

My posts debunking the fallacy of collectivism.

The Collective “We”

Theological Noncognitivism applied to Collectivist Principles

 

Here you can find all my other articles on libertarianism and politics.

Who is a libertarian? Who is an authoritarian?

Misandry – Is there a War on Men?

The Institutionalization of Violence and Fraud

Social progress as the gradual extension of human rights

Faith in Science

Why Advocacy of Gun Control is Elitist, Tyrannical, and Anti-Equality

Gun Control – Does it Work, and What’s the Real Agenda Here?

The Letter Test (of consent in an interaction)

Political Questionnaires Miss the Biggest Question

Why is Theft Wrong Under the Non-Aggression Principle?

Google Censorship

A Libertarian’s Thoughts on Abortion

Libertarian Prepper’s definitions.

The Heroism of Tax Evasion

Why aren’t more libertarians using Bitcoin?

What would a libertarian school look like?

Predictive Programming in The Hunger Games

Biometric Passports are Evil – how we’re being tagged like criminals

  1. Self-Defense in the Information Age
  2. Government Surveillance: How you’re treated as a criminal and what you can do to protect yourself
  3. Anonymous Browsing: How governments track you in the online world

Don’t steal, the government hates competition.

Is objective morality possible?

Why are there more atheists than anarchists?

What is The Root of All Evil?

Myths about libertarianism

This series is designed to debunk the various myths about libertarianism I see circulating. These misconceptions are powerful memes, espoused on some level by almost everyone, which means that they were implanted culturally by the mass media, and the education system.

I see them all over the place, when talking to people, in forums, or in comments sections on social networks. Wouldn’t it be easier if I could just point people to a particular page debunking a myth, rather than painstakingly describing the same thing over and over?

So here are the myths that will be addressed. Links will be added as the articles are written, and new myths will be added as I encounter them.

Myth #1 – If society were organized along libertarian, voluntary principles, it would be ruled by rich oligarchs wielding titanic corporate power.

Myth #2 –