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Author Topic: Get rid of taxes altogether and create private cities  (Read 3693 times)
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June 16, 2011, 06:33:56 PM

Yeah he wants teepees which seems silly to me but the concept's the same. For cheap housing I'd personally prefer taking cargo containers and figuring out how to slap them together in a modular fashion (e.g. plumbing, networking, power.)

We can't get to the point of having private cities while the USG holds all the guns. My opinion is that our only recourse is to wake everybody up and get them to vote for actual leaders who will allow free market initiatives like that. We're on a knife edge, on one hand we have a technological singularity approaching, on the other hand, Bitcoiners and agorists will be deemed domestic terrorists and tossed into FEMA camps. I think the tipping point is internet legislation, like the PROTECT IP act. We've got at most a couple years to hand out enough red pills.

Here's an outline of my plan to do this. Start idling in ##subverse on freenode if you're interested in helping.
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June 16, 2011, 07:05:07 PM

Interesting. I take it, then that you've read some Sam Konkin?

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