1. c4ss:

    …The word “freed market” and the idea behind it have been discussed a lot at the Center for a Stateless Society. Here’s an excerpt from “Embracing Markets, Opposing ‘Capitalism’” by Gary Chartier that nicely points out the difference between the economic system we have today — and the free market libertarians want to see:

    “To a very significant degree, the economic system we have now is one from which peaceful, voluntary exchange is absent. An interlocking web of legal and regulatory privileges benefit the wealthy and well connected at the expense of everyone else (think patents and copyrights, tariffs, restrictions on banking, occupational licensing rules, land-use restrictions, etc.). The military-industrial complex funnels unbelievable amounts of money — at gunpoint — from ordinary people’s pockets and into the bank accounts of government contractors and their cronies.” …

     
  2. 20:30 18th Jul 2014

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    Reblogged from everythingghibli

    Tags: my neighbor totorototoro

     
  3. hautebasics:

Bless neil barrett

    hautebasics:

    Bless neil barrett

     
  4. 20:30 16th Jul 2014

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    Reblogged from earthmusic

    Tags: home interiordesignstyle

    eosea:

    MUJI × UR, Miyakojima, Osaka

    (Source: eosea)

     
  5. lapitiedangereuse:

Francoise , dancing

    lapitiedangereuse:

    Francoise , dancing

     
  6. 17:19

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    limeflavouredlibertarian24 said: Your blog is very strange

    These are strange times.

     
  7. thecriticlaughs:

    I must go out for a run tonight. Even if it’s just a mile or two it’s better than nothing.

    Yeah, I needed that.

     
  8. I must go out for a run tonight. Even if it’s just a mile or two it’s better than nothing.

     
  9. Spencer Parker - Yogoto

     
  10. It is self-evident that no number of men, by conspiring, and calling themselves a government, can acquire any rights whatever over other men, or other men’s property, which they had not before, as individuals. And whenever any number of men, calling themselves a government, do anything to another man, or to his property, which they had no right to do as individuals, they thereby declare themselves trespassers, robbers, or murderers, according to the nature of their acts