Wednesday, December 5, 2012

Holland Returns to Anarchy, Admits It Works

The deal-breaker question when it comes to anarchy is "who is the cop?"  People so badly want to be oppressed that they demand to know who will be the cop to oppress them.  The answer is you are the cop.  No way!  People want someone else to fight their battles.

Being "cop" does not literally mean fighting your own battles.  It is enough to merely shun evil doers.  Evil enough, shunned enough, evildoers starve or mend their ways.  That is how it is done when there are no cops.

The state introduced prisons which keep evildoers off the streets for a while, then then sends them back.  Evil doers have no fear of upsetting their neighbors due to state protection of evil doers.

Holland is realizing this is not working.  So the state, both the left and the right, is considering the solution to malefactors, the solution being shunning.

Amsterdam is to create "Scum villages" where nuisance neighbours and anti-social tenants will be exiled from the city and rehoused in caravans or containers with "minimal services" under constant police supervision.

Wait, we had that.  And you ended it.  So now you want to restart it?  Why not just eliminate the state? And then shunning will return.  No cops necessary, since we all fight our own battle, collectively.

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