Pham Nuwen

Joined Aug 31, 2018

Semper libertatem defendendam.

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So your assumption that criminals won't be shunned in society is based on their crimes remaining unknown? So if they are known, they would be shunned?
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It's not legally yours if it can be legally taken away. I have a service you haven't paid for. Have you stolen from me?
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Really. Suppose you have a hardware store. A known serial domestic abuser walks in and tries to buy an axe. Do you let him?
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Natural is not the same as good, or healthy, or sane.
How dare you suggest that all people with cavities are criminals!? /s
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Then it shouldn't be called private property. It's more like a rental really.
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Do you think people are going to trade and interact equally with violent criminals as with peaceful people?
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This theory negates the idea of private property.
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I'm arguing that violent criminals have mental issues. You are turning it around and trying to make it seem like I claim all people with mental issues are criminals. This is not cool.
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Unprovoked aggression is going to make it difficult to participate in society... Yes, crime is a choice. Why do people make that choice?
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Taxation is theft.
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You are the one introducing the concept of a global constitutional government. Do you know what you mean by that or not?
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I've never said that most mentally ill people are violent. Why are you making things up? Do you really think assaulting people at random is sane?
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In what way am I trying to demonize the mentally ill? If unprovoked aggression is not a sign of mental issues then the definition needs to change. What is your definition?
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Would it restrict national governments from stealing from their people?
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Then you need to outline exactly in what ways the constitution would constrain majority rule (or whatever you mean by "democracy").
1313d · Music
Lynyrd Skynyrd - Free Bird
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BTC Core devs admit they are working for the State "we work with various central banks to develop distributed fiat currency, which will be good from an interoperability perspective"
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"Comments are disabled for this video." lol
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I mean, involuntary is part of stealing. if stealing were voluntary it would be a transaction.
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The conversation started with do people consent to taxes.
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Offering someone a job is such brutal exploitation.
1314d · US Politics/Trump
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Hey! Something I agree with LightRider on. Must be a cold day in hell.
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So the global government could only act with force against national governments and not against individuals?
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What absurd example? Majority rule is majority rule, unless constrained by something else. It doesn't *always* result in slavery obviously.