Comment: Who, in their sane mind, would ever want yet another anarchy?

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Who, in their sane mind, would ever want yet another anarchy?

Who, in their sane mind, would ever want yet another form of anarchy than we have today?

I wouldn't even call anarchy "an utopia". It's just pure insanity, to me.

Men need laws. As short and simple and freedom-enabling as possible.

Exactly like the Bill of Rights.

Those who advocate for no laws, and/or no government at all, are, IMO, as reckless as those who want government everywhere.

Sometimes THEY ARE ACTUALLY THE SAME.

They want to destroy INDIVIDUALS' FREEDOMS to their benefits, to reinstate the Law of the Strongest Force.

I didn't write this randomly - "Law of Strongest Force" ...

Maybe this rings a bell about "FORCE"?

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/National_Defense_Authorization_Act

If that's not "FORCE" (potentially UTTERLY arbitrary and brutal - person elimination, no trial, no reason, no recourse, no say, no hear)... I have no idea WHAT ELSE COULD BE !

There you have it.

No laws, no government, or laws and government everywhere, trying to SUBJECT EVERYBODY ELSE who isn't in a position of power...

... ARE EXACTLY THE SAME THING.

Because in both cases : THE PEOPLE CANNOT CONTROL THE GOVERNMENT. NEITHER THEY CAN CONTROL THE JUST APPLICATION OF THE LAW.

THE PEOPLE CAN ONLY BE SUBJECTED TO IT OR BY THE ABSENCE THEREOF.

It's just a pleasant semantic game to try nitpick on it. But THAT CHANGES NOTHING OF THE MISERY AND INJUSTICE SUCH HORROR CREATES.

It's the same issue with other, maybe more worth-of-the-name "utopias" :

http://www.dailypaul.com/265048/hayeks-the-road-to-serfdom-i...

On the other hand, the Bill of Rights, which used to be the best protection against these horrors, just needs to be given another chance by the People.

For good, this time. And BEFORE TOO LATE.

That's all.

Peace.

"Cyril" pronounced "see real". I code stuff.

http://Laissez-Faire.Me/Liberty

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