Comment: Introducing people to liberty through coercion?

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Introducing people to liberty through coercion?

The United States corporatcracy has no legal or moral authority to restrict or prohibit the inherent right to live, work and travel unmolested. These things are natural extensions of self-ownership--an individual can and should be the sole steward of himself. Nationalism has blinded us from reality and contradicts the premise of this movement. The idea of liberty is not confined within invisible boundaries.

The reason many (not all) come is because they know they will be taken care of. If we really want to solve the economic problem associated with this, we've got to end the welfare state. Keeping people out won't do the trick; we've got to cease incentivizing their passage into this country at the expense of those who pay (are coerced out of) a portion of their wage to the State.

"The rich man writes the book of laws the poor man must defend, but the highest laws are written on the hearts of honest men."