So this group is linking up with the Libertarian AF facebook page to combine our efforts and start a new liberty movement! ✊🗽✊ The goal here is to stay on track with libertarian ideals and the NAP while stressing the importance of freedom of choice by choosing NOT to get hung up on social issues. We're libertarians. And we respect the freedom of individual choice above all else, lets act like it! I created this group with a group marketing strategy in mind. I want the phras...
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Kevin Cecchine was born and raised in Delaware County Pennsylvania. He started Ceccpoint News with Co-founder Henry Clay on August 24th, 2016. Kevin Cecchine is on a mission to bring Reason and Objectivity to the world through a network of his creation. He is on a mission to destroy the obsolete establishment and reign in a new libertarian social order. Kevin's political views derive from that of Rothbardian libertarianism, but he is more pragmatically a classical liberal/paleoconservative.
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The 20th century produced vast experiments in expansion of government power. The results were hundreds of millions dead. Instead of learning from these horrible tragedies we are constantly bombarded with calls for expanded government involvement in our everyday lives.
Is he an idiot or just doing his part to destroy the USPS? I mean, both is obviously an option. The question is, will running the USPS further into debt actually make it go away or just make us spend more to keep it afloat? I suspect the latter.
Flags representing any level of emergency alliance (NATO, UN, etc.) or government (country, province, county, city, etc.) are command-and-control, aka war, flags.
The war flag colors running in my blood, not because of me but because of my childhood, shall continue to mean: Blood is the price (red) of purity (white) and loyalty (blue); and I am loyal to "Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness" defining "America" and I always live as close to America as I can (given my gottens).
My adopted peacetime colors are the AnCap colors black and yellow respectively for self-ownership and private property; they exist in a cold but not hot war zone.
I seriously conclude the only hope for our species is to become the global village (a term from Marshall McLuhan -- not global Government -- village as in each member of our species identifying as one tribe, the homo sapiens tribe; thus evolving out of primitive tribalism.
Our name means "the one that knows" and knowledge is our only leverage against our extinction and presently I suggest we are doing a crappy job of using it.
I Suggest we evolve past superstition and replace it with individual spirituality and better evolving the social institution of the Church/Holy Place/Mosque/Temple/Etcetera into the next society level of what I call the Extended Extended Family (EEF). For instance when I was a teenager in a church youth group, my friend loaned me his father's very expensive paint sprayer for me to paint a car with. My friend didn't even bother to ask his father because I was in their Church. When his father asked him about it, his father agreed with his son's decision, no problem.
I see the next level up from the EEF as the global tribe/village in a similar pattern as present Switzerland's almost automated direct Democracy; but instead of Democracy the Voluntary Society.
BTW I capitalize words that some people hold sacred; also, the Voluntary Society is complicated but can be understood with studying and in the future I hope to write such references in a unique concise style.