“Join Politics” or Else Go to Somalia
Written by Jaimine Blesov Bezboznik.
Either by left way or right way, the virtual goal of all political parties is to totally control the lives of all individuals. Just because majoritarians disagree with me does not amend the fact. Lie is a lie, no matter how many believe. Believe it or not, statism is a lie.
I consider it as a “compliment”, when statists tell me to ‘move to Somalia’ for my obsession with anarchism. If I suggest them to ‘move to North Korea’ for directly experiencing the pure blessings of statism, they would surely report me to their local police for “offending” them or “insulting” their citizenship. By the way, there is no need to lose sleep over an opinion of sheep. It is an achievement, when statists or even statheists abuse you or intimidate you for cathartically discoursing with them. This profane article is a satirical sequel of my previous article published at this site titled “Why I am not a statist“. This article brutally and honestly deals with the conformed viewers, their hallucinated honesty and my opinion on unjoining politics.
You see, anarchism has been pauperised to the realm of conjectural idea-ism because imbeciles believe that it is immoral to trust people with freedom than with power. Instead of blatantly laughing at anarchism, why not google it or else read 7 wings of anarchism? Anyways, last week, I had a public debate with two learned professors on the subject “Regulated Banking v/s Unregulated Banking”. It was sponsored by Mr. Dhruwat Bhagwat, Founder of Opinion Junction, and reported in a national Hindi daily. I was valiantly defending “Unregulated Banking”, because voluntaryism is my natural right. I have not “promised” to pay the bearer of sum of any amount; neither I have assented to any social contract or constitution of my nation. Instead of telling me to prove the pragmatism of anarchy, I believe that statists should prove me the “objective” success of their horrendous claims. Say, to begin with, “regulated banking” has beget an ambiance of crony capitalism, mondustrial policy and “too big to fail“.
I cannot expect “others” to defend my freedom or liberty, but it is very humane of me to defend “theirs” volition and catallactic attitude. This can be considered as one of my salient cause of unjoining politics, because I do not want to conscript, intimidate, murder, jail and ignore my own slaves who blissfully appoint me to master their lives for next four years or whole life. Nevertheless, in general, it takes voluntary exchanges to get things done and it is also enough or better than politics. In politics, war is justified and murder is unjustified. Rape is unjustified, whereas tax is justified. Racism is unjustified, whereas affirmative action is justified. And to say that “man is a political animal” is a matter of hasty generalisation. Going by deductive logic, I do not perorate with this premise that “Islam is Terrorism”. Makes sense?
I would surely troll at national level, if I were to commence my own political party. I would name it as “Anarchist Party”. At least I would be honest enough to chalk down the following articles/objectives, in my manifesto:
1) Full employment,
2) Reservation against meritous pupils,
3) Free water for populism section only,
4) Ban on pornography and marijuana,
5) Eminent domain for social good,
6) Reckless fiscal spending,
7) Higher import duties,
8) Situational freedom of speech,
9) Zero taxation on religious places, and
10) Gunning down critical thinkers.
From the above objectives, it is [crystal] clear that I won’t be elected to power because voters love to be kissed with lies than slapped with truth. Economics is not something that you can master in college, so please think otherwise in the pretense of knowledge. In simple words, economics is the process of human actions. But, whatever, I noted is an objective truth of all political parties. Either by left way or right way, the virtual goal of all political parties is to totally control the lives of all individuals. Just because majoritarians disagree with me does not amend the fact. Lie is a lie, no matter how many believe.
Jaimine is an autodidactic professor based in Mumbai and “voluntarily” proselyting Keynesian students into Rothbardian thinking. Follow him at: https://twitter.com/meritocratic