The Drive to Colonize Other Planets is Fruitless Without Eliminating Statism

Many proponents of Statism assert that the State is needed to fund aspects of the economy that would never otherwise get funded. One such boondoggle is the space program. They say that without the State who would invest millions into constructing rockets and manned space missions to explore ways to colonize and inhabit other planets? They say that humans need to explore other planets to thrive because we are destroying the rainforests, acidifying our oceans, and polluting our air. Without eliminating Statism and the belief in authority it matters not which planet, solar system, or galaxy we colonize. If we do not recognize the inherent immorality of Statism our flawed ideologies will follow us like a pestilent plague. The deadliest entity to threaten the future of humankind is the State via democide and all the brutal wars waged between nation States to the detriment of the productive and industrious. Seeking to solve one’s problems without attending to one’s defective moral code is trying to move the statue by pushing the shadow.

The Drive to Colonize Other Planets is Fruitless Without Eliminating Statism – Steemit

Vin Armani – Agorist and Host of the Vin Armani Show

Please enjoy my recent conversation with Vin Armani, host of the Vin Armani show. Herein we discussed Activist Post, his path to Voluntaryism, Walter Block, victimless crimes, political euphemisms, law is an opinion with a gun, we are all criminals, the philosopher king, the fatal conceit of the ruler, Larken Rose, Voluntaryism is a principled spiritual practice, Agorism, Samuel Edward Konkin III, 4 classes of markets, counter economics, teenagers are inherently Agorists, intaxication, Battered Citizen Syndrome, taxation is voluntary fallacy, Jordan Peterson, Voluntaryism is descriptive not prescriptive, Adam Kokesh, Statism is a belief system, Lysander Spooner and more!


“A man is no less a slave because he is allowed to choose a new master once in a term of years.” – Lysander Spooner


“The law is an opinion with a gun.” ― Stefan Molyneux


“Agorism can be defined simply: it is thought and action consistent with freedom.” Samuel Edward Konkin III


Related Links:

Vin Armani website


Vin Armani interview with Jordan Peterson

The Vin Armani Show (2/20/17) – Dr. Jordan B. Peterson

Vin Armani Facebook page

Vin Armani Instagram

Vin Armani Twitter

Activist Post


Anarchists Debate: Immigration – Adam Kokesh vs. Vin Armani (YouTube)

Vin Armani YouTube


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Voluntaryism Is The Love For Humanity

Voluntaryism Is The Love For Humanity

Voluntaryists Are Modern Day Abolitionists

Voluntaryists Are Modern Day Abolitionists

Anarchism and Voluntaryism Are Moral Stances

Anarchism and Voluntaryism Are Moral Stances

Free Human Beings Do Not Ask Permission

Free Human Beings Do Not Ask Permission


External Links:

Creature from Jekyll Island (book)

The Most Dangerous Superstition

Defending the Undefendable

Three Felonies a Day: How the Feds Target The Innocent (book)

If You Were King by Larken Rose (YouTube)

New Libertarian Manifesto (book)

An Agorist Primer (book)

No Treason: The Constitution of No Authority

Vin Armani – Agorist and Host of the Vin Armani Show – Steemit

The US Space Program Reeks of Military Hero Worship and State Welfare Waste

Recently I visited the Kennedy Space Center near Orlando, Florida. I was immediately struck by the rampant military hero worship that was rife in its halls. The space race was steeped in war between rivaling nation States. It was born out of the massive violence and bloodshed that only nation States can produce. Only those with military parasite experience are eligible to participate as a hallowed astronaut.


Putting a man in space or sending a man to the moon is illustrative of the ability of the State to waste immeasurable sums of currency, most ordinary people can only conceive of in their dreams, on boondoggle projects that neither improve the lives of its citizens nor improve the world. It only succeeds in further impoverishing the hard working individual who is already suffering via monetary inflation, rising prices, and a collapsing currency.


The space program is just another tragic example of the broken window fallacy at work. Many of its proponents focus on the many “achievements” of the space program as proof of its necessity, the seen. It is true there are many positive endeavors one might use stolen funds for, however this does not alter the initial immorality that it all originates with the initiation of force that comprises the State. The unseen is what truly breaks my heart. The billions of dollars in stolen funds it takes to build, transport, and launch a rocket or space shuttle will never justify the annihilated potential of robbing millions of hard working human beings.


“The first lesson of economics is scarcity: There is never enough of anything to satisfy all those who want it. The first lesson of politics is to disregard the first lesson of economics.” Thomas Sowell, Is Reality Optional?


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The US Space Program Reeks of Military Hero Worship and State Welfare Waste – steemit

Jim Cunagin – Stanley Milgram Experiment and Stanford Prison Experiment

Please enjoy my recent conversation with Jim Cunagin, physician specializing in psychiatry. Herein we discussed his journey to Voluntaryism, Lew Rockwell, Bad Quaker, Murray Rothbard, Walter Block, Taoism, Lao Tzu was the first Voluntaryist, Stanley Milgram Experiment and variations, appeal to authority, perceived legitimacy, Stanford Prison Experiment, power is addictive, possess the right thinking, show me your principles, resistance based on principles, Kentucky Amish farmer arrested for unapproved salve, Anarchitecture podcast, and more!


“Many of the truths we cling to depend greatly on our own point of view.” Obi-Wan Kenobi


“You must do what you feel is right, of course.” Obi Wan Kenobi


“My Master Yoshi’s first rule was: Possess the right thinking. Only then can one receive the gifts of strength, knowledge, and peace.” Splinter


Related Links:

Stanley Milgram Experiment

The Experiment trailer

Experimenter trailer

Milgram Obedience Study (YouTube)

Why do we obey authority?

Agora Apiaries


Internal Links:

Prof CJ – History of American Slavery, Stanley Milgram Experiment, and Stanford Prison Experiment

Prof CJ – History of American Slavery, Stanley Milgram Experiment, and Stanford Prison Experiment

Obedience is the Enemy of Morality

Obedience Is The Enemy Of Morality

Obedience is what defines the Slave

Obedience is what Defines the Slave

Voluntaryists Are Modern Day Abolitionists

Voluntaryists Are Modern Day Abolitionists


External Links:

Lew Rockwell website

Bad Quaker website

Murray Rothbard

Walter Block

Lao Tzu

How the FDA Made a Felon Out of This Amish Farmer

Anarchitecture podcast – Ant Social Structure

ana003: Antarchitecture | Anarchic Alternatives

Jim Cunagin – Stanley Milgram Experiment and Stanford Prison Experiment – Steemit

Call Political Euphemisms By Their Proper Name

One of the greatest appeals of the State is to appear to produce wealth without the effort and resources necessary for wealth creation. If the State offers you something for “free” check your wallet or the future debt of your progeny and you will realize you have been shamefully pilfered and bamboozled. There is no such thing as a free lunch. In order to provide something to you for “free” the State must first have coercively taken from you. Then it flamboyantly displays your stolen goods for all to see as if to proclaim it as being the origin of matter itself.


Make no mistake, the State is as affable to the productive and industrious as tick is to the host on which it is fastened. Calling theft as taxation, mass murder as the War on Terror, the war on people as the War on Drugs, mass spying as surveillance, and mass indoctrination as public education does nothing to alter the original definition of the words. One must observe the effect of actions in order to understand their true nature. Political euphemisms permeate our landscape and infect our thinking as effectively as a scourge wreaks misery on the people. We mature as a people when we cease believing political actions solve any of our problems. Only the individual acts! Only the individual thinks! Only the individual loves! Merry Christmas!


“The beginning of wisdom is to call things by their proper name.” ― Confucius


“Every election is a sort of advanced auction on stolen goods.” H.L. Mencken