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There's one thing that makes me doubt...

the anarchists claim that their ideology is based on morals that oppose crimes like financial fraud, among others. It's that they never call for the law to be enforced. They never point out specific crimes that could be prosecuted. They never express moral outrage over the actions of private sector criminals. It's always the big bad gubbermint victimizing the poor private sector. And their mantra is to eliminate the gubbermint and let private markets run everything. So give this a little thought, if they show zero concern for holding private sector criminals accountable now, why would they care about limiting crime in an anarchist society? Answer. They obviously wouldn't. They are sociopathic liars and will say anything to promote anarcho-barbarianism.

Here are some examples of crime that one might think a moral, upstanding, law abiding anarchist schitizen would care about. The first link is Neil Barofsky, Inspector General of TARP saying "fraud" by the nine largest banks caused the financial crisis. The second link is William Black, former Deputy Director of the Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation. After the 1980's S&L meltdown, he helped obtain 1000 felony convictions of "elite" bankers. In this interview, he lays out compelling evidence for criminal prosecution of top Wall Street bankers. If millions of citizens emailed these links to local attorneys, Sheriffs, county prosecutors, State Attorneys General, and U.S. Attorneys, it would make a difference.

http://www.c-spanvideo.org/clip/3343248
http://onpoint.wbur.org/2011/10/18/prosecuting-wall-street/p...

For more info check out this post titled "Crime of the Century"
http://www.standupforyourrights.me/?p=697

http://www.dailypaul.com/277342 (Rand Paul: One person can make a difference)
http://www.StandUpForYourRights.me/?p=1264 (Fast and Furious hearing)