Pham Nuwen

Joined Aug 31, 2018

Semper libertatem defendendam.

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Capitalism is freedom.
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The idea that the state should control money is totalitarian. Change my mind. @BCH @BSV
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A coin being out of state control is not necessarily anti-state. The state can actually do things even if it doesn't control everything.
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I benefit from maybe 10% of the activities that my taxes fund. So I'm only obligated to pay those 10%? How about compensation for the 90% of tax activities that make my life worse?
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Researching other energy sources is fine, but keeping them alive artificially after proven inefficient is wasteful. Of course people are free to waste their own money if they like.
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YouTube is out. Time for bed I guess.
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Lol. People get jailed for tax evasion today, and in the past even executed. Your point is void. Read the articles.
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Nuclear is superior in all rational aspects (for use on Earth). Only in the irrational (unscientific regulation) can other sources be more efficient.
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You really can't figure out where this link goes?
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Obviously a doctor is the person doing the evaluation. Obviously they use "symptoms". I bet violent crime can be seen as a symptom.
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"department of the UK Government responsible for the collection of taxes"
This guy was executed for tax evasion:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Richard_Harding_(forger)
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"Convicted for tax evasion, he was sentenced in November 1990 to nine months in jail."
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Edward_Davenport_(fraudster)#Gatecrasher_Balls
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Energy diversity is not a feature intrinsically. Cheap, dispatchable, reliable, scalable energy enables maximum flexibility. In the real world this means nuclear fission.
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"A failure to pay, along with evasion of or resistance to taxation, is punishable by law."
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tax
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"HMRC criminal investigation officers have wide-ranging powers of arrest, entry, search and detention."
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/HM_Revenue_and_Customs#Powers_of_officers
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You're just repeating the classification. I'm asking how do you tell the difference? People don't have labels on them displaying their mental classification.
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So evil vs insane? How do you tell the difference between a person doing evil deeds because he is evil and a person doing evil deeds because he is insane?
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What is your opinion? What should be the consequences for not paying taxes?
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Well, if taxes are voluntary, they're not really taxes, are they? I suspect there are state-enforced consequences though, like being barred from starting a company.
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If there are no consequences for not paying then it seems the concept of taxation loses its meaning.
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Is there a major difference between having something seriously wrong with you (mentally or behaviorally) and being insane?
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Would you agree that there is something seriously wrong with a person that commits random acts of violence?
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If you don't pay the extortion fee, your property will be taken away, whether it's the money in your bank acct or your real estate. I consider Earth my taxable area.
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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?