Keynesian Economics is a Puerile Philosophy

A lack of consideration for the future is what distinguishes Keynesian economics. Spend, consume, and become indebted because the day of reckoning and the pain of reality can always be pushed to future generations to deal with. Kenyesians are like children in that they do not consider the conservation of scarce resources and consume into indebtedness even when funds are no longer available.

 

This is in striking contrast to most businesses that must obey Economic law. Such businesses cannot continue to operate at a loss without immense suffering. The painful reality eventually reveals all unsustainable practices.

 

In the long run we are all dead.

John Maynard Keynes

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True Humility is Leaving Others to Live in Freedom

We do not know the desires and needs of individuals. Only those individuals can make that choice for themselves. This is reflected in one buying gift cards or giving money as a gift rather than giving a specific item. Another example is hurricane/natural disaster victims needing money or else ask them what they specifically need. Another example is sending free shoes to Africa rather than advocating for their freedom to work and start businesses as they so choose so they can lift themselves out of poverty. Yet another example is fighting for less working hours and more vacation time via union activity in 3rd world countries without adequately understanding human action.

 

Humans are not mathematical equations. They are sentient beings with free will. They must be respected as such. One cannot assume to know what another sentient human being considers valuable or prioritizes. That is committing the fundamental folly of the violent ruler who rules by force and coercion.

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Nelson Chartrand: Anarcho-Capitalist and Founder of The Libertarian Party in Cuba

Please enjoy my recent conversation with Nelson Chartrand. Herein we discussed his path to Anarcho Capitalism, Friedrich Hayek, Murray Rothbard, Creature from Jekyll Island, Frederic Bastiat, Larken Rose, Economics in One Lesson, Cuba at present, economic climate, Socialism and Communism confusion, socialized medicine, Cuban experiment, imprisonment of freedom lovers, hunger strike story, obtaining food in Cuba, future plans of the Cuban Libertarian Party and more!

 

“La libertad solo existe cuando no es de nadie.”

“Liberty only exists when it doesn’t come from anyone.”

 

Internal Links:

Seeds of Liberty Podcast Episode 64: State Socialism, A Cultish Superstition

Lawrence Reed: Voluntaryist, Author, and President of Foundation for Economic Education

Thanksgiving Is A Celebration Of Free Market Capitalism

 

External Links:

Nelson Chartrand – Facebook

Partido Libertario Cubano – Jose Marti

Instituto Mises – Mambi

Friedrich Hayek – profile

Murray Rothbard – profile

Frederic Bastiat

Larken Rose

 

Books:

Creature from Jekyll Island

Economics in One Lesson

 

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Cheryl Yurkowski: Founder of Anarchobabe and Anarchist Model

Please enjoy my recent conversation with Cheryl Yurkowski, founder of Anarchobabe and Anarchist Model. Herein we discussed her path to Voluntaryism, Mark Passio, What On Earth Is Happening, Larken Rose, Stefan Molyneux, Most Dangerous Superstition, order followers, belief in authority, diffusion of responsibility, power attracts the wretched, Anarchy Is All Around Us, a Cheryl interaction, rope them in with your charm, legal plunder, a Danilo interaction, Cheryl’s infamous incident with law enforcement, appeal to authority, Stockholm syndrome, talking with family, Christian Anarchists, Marc Stevens, A Prison By Any Other Name, strike at the root, Cheryl Facebook jail escapades, using sex appeal to spread Voluntaryism, proclaim what you stand for and more!

 

Rope them in with your charm and sweetness.

 

I prefer dangerous freedom over peaceful slavery

Thomas Jefferson

 

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Internal Links:

Anarchy Is All Around Us

Eric July: Voluntaryist, Christian Anarchist, and Conscious Rapper

Caleb Bader: Christian Voluntaryist and Ex-Marine

Marc Stevens: Voluntaryist Demolishing Judges and Lawyers In Their Own Field

 

External Links:

Voluntaryism

Mark Passio

What On Earth Is Happening

Larken Rose

Stefan Molyneux

Appeal to Authority

Stockholm Syndrome

A Prison By Any Other Name

 

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Related links:

Cheryl Facebook profile

Anarchobabe Facebook page

Anarchist Model Facebook page

Anarchobabe Steemit profile

Cheryl Twitter profile

Cheryl Instagram profile

 

 

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Philosophy of Voluntaryism Ep 4: Non-Violent Communication, How To Build Bridges

 

Role playing games use skill points, experience points, and such to level up playable characters, learning how to communicate is a lot like that. We learn how to interact with others based on what people know while we are children first. We can only learn by social behavior to begin with.

After that we can ask other questions. However, learning how to communicate beyond what we pick up subconsciously seems to be a little more difficult. Words have meaning. And these meanings can be altered or interpreted differently based on a number of different stimuli.

Body language, tone of voice, inflection, word choice, and actual comprehended definition of a word can all affect the perspective of others we communicate with. Most importantly of all of these things is the difference between observation and judgment.

 

Marshall Rosenberg Nonviolent Communication Training Course (9 hrs)

NVC workshop #1 (3 hours)

Philosophy of Voluntaryism website

Message Chris Chew for more information about NVC here:

LoveisAnarchy@gmail.com

Larken Rose- I’m allowed to rob you

Previous episode of Philosophy of Voluntaryism on Facebook and YouTube

 

 

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