Anarcropolis wrote

I think voting especially on local levels can be a form of defense. It influences how the state interacts with you and blocking harmful laws can be effective. It's not a solution to anything by any means but a form of harm reduction.

Like if there was a vote to increase police militarization it is in my best interest to vote against it. I'm not gonna end the police state but the cops might not get armored cars.


Anarcropolis wrote

Why do we defend christains despite the catholoic church's pedophilia and colonialism and oppression of lgbtq+?

Why do we defend men when some rape and kill innocents?

A: We don't. We criticize the systems of power not the vague religious beliefs or identities of those groups.


Anarcropolis wrote

Depends on the libertarian. Most are "progressive" liberals who just don't like taxes. Some care about a few social issues and have no belief in ending the state, just lowering property tax or whatever.

ancaps are a waste and some are fash.

When I think of libertarians I think of Dale Gribble. Some could become lib socs but they're not really libertarians they just think they are.