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The Dollar Vigilante: "The Anarcho Revolution Has Begun" (Really)

The digital age has enabled the anarcho-revolution. Anarchy just means, according to the Greek words, "an", without, "archy" a ruler.

The new ruler is you. Meet the new revolutionaries leading the revolution.

Just last week the US government and their attempts to control everything showed how impotent the state is in the digital age. Cody Wilson's Defense Distributed posted on their site last week, "This file has been removed from public access at the request of the US Department of Defense Trade Controls. Until further notice, the United States government claims control of the information."

The file had already been downloaded 1,000,000 times however. It's on Pirate Bay, it's on my computer and you can get it almost anywhere. How can they stop it? The only way to stop it would be to attack and try to shut down the entire Internet. Good luck doing that—finally tens of millions of youth, if not many more, have something to fight for. They can't imagine a world without the Internet and if the government tries to shut it down, they'll take their Gears of War skills out into the street with their 3-D printed guns.

And, not to mention, in a recent poll 61% of college students in the US already want the government to stay completely out of their lives.


To add extra cream to this extra yummy freedom milkshake is the fact that many of Defense Distributed's creation came from donations via bitcoin!

Bitcoin is just one arm of the new revolution.

3-D printing is taking the monopoly on violence away from the government and they can't stop it. And, bitcoin is taking the monopoly on money and banking away from the government, and again, they can't stop it.

Believe me, you are going to love this beautiful new world the Digital Age has enabled.

Again, the most dangerous criminal gang on Earth, the US government, has realized bitcoin may become a problem for their fascistic monopoly and have thought about shutting it down. The CFTC just this week said they can regulate bitcoin if they want. And many other US government officials have said that they shoud shut it down.

Good luck! Where do you go to shut down bitcoin? There is no central place where bitcoin is, the same way there is no central place where the blueprints to print a gun on a 3-D printer exist.

Game, set, match.

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Excellent post.

Good way to start off the day, amist the uncompromising PTB desperately searching for more control.

"Tu Ne Cede Malis" Ludwig von Mises


for the encouraging post.
It's true...
uniquely tying together the right to 'print'
the right to bear 'arms'
in one unstoppable package... globally.
Nice. :)

You are welcome

You are welcome

The Poll The Article Refers To

"And, not to mention, in a recent poll 61% of college students in the US already want the government to stay completely out of their lives."

I researched that and I think it's a misstatement. The poll question reads:

Beyond providing essential functions like a capable military, food inspection, air, rail and road safety, the federal government should...
... take an active role in Americans' day-to-day life
... take an active role in your day-to-day life

So voting "disagree" doesn't mean "want the government to stay completely out of their lives".

Don't get me wrong here though. I'm completely for very limited government. And I don't even like the question the first place because I don't think the functions that the question refers to as "essential" actually are essential. "Food inspection, air, rail and road safety"??? I vote "nope, nope, nope and nope".

I'm just saying that article has some spin associated w/ it.



If a Nobel Prize were worth the tin it's made of...

Wilson and Satoshi would share one...

I saw the best minds of my generation, destroyed by pandas starving hysterical naked

-Allen Ginsberg

After Obushney got his Nobel

After Obushney got his Nobel prize, they mean nothing to me anymore.