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anarchovegan
This isn't always true though. Some refuse to vote out of anger. Sadly they dont know the way their apathy is viewed.
anarchovegan
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How isn't it always true? Isn't consensus 100%? I clarify that that's what I mean.
You don't? You're advocating rule of majority over minority?
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Consensus isn't 100%. I do believe in the majority ruling over the minority, with some rules protecting that minority. As we have now.
anarchovegan
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Why do you believe in the majority ruling over the minority?
You're actually advocating a form of slavery?
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No, I am advocating a form of consensus. Also, as I said with rules protecting the minority. This is why we have rights and protections for minority groups.
anarchovegan
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What form of consensus? What does it look like?
If the minority is included without their consent, what do the rules "protecting" them matter?
How isn't that baseless lip-service?
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Majority consensus. The minority has their say, and isn't revealed to be the minority until after. The protections are real and significant. Ut has allowed the minority to grow.
anarchovegan
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Except that the minority can't dissassociate. Right?
Can't just not be stolen from. Correct?
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The only way to dissassociate is to leave the area of that consensus. To stay is to consent to the services and their price. You can always talk about the tax system though.
anarchovegan
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Fortunately, you're wrong.
That's not the only way.
You're welcome to your opinion though.
anarchovegan
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"What argument have you presented to disprove it?" Plenty. You disregard them and consider them invalid for reasons unknown to me. We're still actively discussing them.
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Often in arguments like this it is the truth of the premise we disagree on. An argument can be valid, but wrong due to a false premise.