If someone’s ego didn’t break up your band, you probably weren’t very good – Freedom Feens radio episode archive

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Darrel and MWD discuss idiots on the Bitcoin Core Dev Team, self-identified libertarians (including some of the Feenly Departed) who:

  1. Talk about the purity and beauty of the free market, but can’t pay their rent.
  2. Talk about the importance of contracts and agreements but don’t keep their word. And get mad if you point that out.
  3. Talk about how shunning would replace the police in a libertarian paradise, then get mad when you shun bad actors.

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3 Responses to If someone’s ego didn’t break up your band, you probably weren’t very good – Freedom Feens radio episode archive

  1. Nathan says:

    I think the alt-right isn’t going away any time soon, or at least some incarnation of it, because it’s identifying some problems that actually exist, like the dominance of the hard-core progressive left in govt and university, or the refusal to admit IQ is related to genes. When it’s like that, killing the messenger doesn’t kill the message, it amplifies it. And if the hardcore neo-nazis and meth-addicted gun-stroking crying-on-national-tv types DO get any power, that’s a recipe for even more violence.

  2. “The real hardcore leftists want you dead.”

    Libertarianism is the left-most point on the political spectrum. A “hardcore leftist” is by definition a libertarian (Marx was the first major right-deviationist from libertarian class theory).

  3. Pingback: If someone’s ego didn’t break up your band, you probably weren’t very good – Freedom Feens radio episode archive | Seeds of Liberty

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