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Reply to comment by Silver_ in Guess who? by ziq

Silver_ wrote

Never said that rape is legitimate. I was just telling him some self defense tips against rape, nothing wrong there/no victim blaming...

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Reply to comment by Silver_ in Guess who? by ziq

Silver_ wrote

I should be able to say that I don't care about dead cops without being arrested. It isn't illegal

Yes, you are able to say it. If you're not arrested, good for you, but the state doesn't give a shit about laws...

Yes. Cops have quotas. They're literally incentivized to arrest people.

Yeah, but I don't really believe it when you say that cops can monitor every corner of the street, 24 hours a day like you're saying. Even in capital cities, they don't do this. Hell, even in North Korea, they can't do this, It's too expensive.

And If they monitor this city that much, It means that there are crowds of people & you'll be able to blend in, anyway (reducing the probability to be randomly targeted)

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Silver_ OP wrote

Your parents are "responsible" to give you a good "starter pack" imo. If they didn't give you land, the fault is on them.

Secondly, you can still forage plants/fish/hunt on public & private land (If you're invited), but I won't go into the details .

Yes, It's subpar compared to the hunter/gatherer days, but what r you expecting ? We're growing as a species...

& Without government you could own all the "public" land, that the government prevents you from owning, so yea this will be a lot different.

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Reply to comment by Silver_ in Guess who? by ziq

Silver_ wrote

I use my "rights to free speech" in order to express that

Yeah, but you have to be careful about what you say.

That's why the internet anonymity is such a wonderful thing.

That's not an option for those of us who live in primarily black neighborhoods, because they police those disproportionately more.

In every street corner ? 24 hours a day ? They randomly harass people that much ? Where do you live ?

"voluntaryists" such as yourself don't want black people in their neighborhoods.

Don't get where you're getting this, no problem with black people in neighborhoods...

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Reply to comment by Silver_ in Guess who? by ziq

Silver_ wrote

I fall under the label of "Black Identity Extremist". I'd get arrested just by being black and hating cops.

How can they know that you hate cops ?

Notice the locations where they are used to arrest black people randomly/harass them -> Avoid these locations

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Reply to comment by Silver_ in Guess who? by ziq

Silver_ wrote

You're under the delusion that these power tripping fucks don't mess with people, because they know they'll get away with it.

Never said this. Just saying that they can't arrest every citizen, they don't have enough money to do it.

Please tell me how can YOU get arrested when doing nothing wrong/you are under the radar, I'll tell you the agorist solution

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Reply to comment by Silver_ in Guess who? by ziq

Silver_ wrote

It literally does matter. If you don't fight them, you have to live under their rule. You have to comply or they'll introduce your face to the pavement.

If you pretend to comply, they won't put you in jail. The probability to see you arrested randomly, when you did everything correctly is damn low.

The state can put you in a cage for the rest of your life and everyone will applaud, because propaganda says you deserve it for defying the state.

If they can get me, good for them.

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Silver_ wrote (edited )

In other words "anarchists" want war with voluntaryists, meanwhile voluntaryists don't want to attack anyone. You are the "good guy" "non-violent/peaceful" . Nice.

But If everyone followed your logic then most "anarchists" would be dead, because you have unpopular opinions.

Killing people over ideas (even If no violence was done)...

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Reply to comment by Silver_ in Guess who? by ziq

Silver_ wrote

Doesn't matter.

You don't have to fight them, to beat them.

Propaganda doesn't matter, you don't have to watch mainstream news

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Silver_ wrote

Promising something is not a contract !

Most of the workers probably would have left had they known they wouldn't get severance.

Yup, It's like cancelling a meetup or a soccer match, people wouldn't have bought their plane/train tickets. From a moral perspective, It's better to compensate, even though It's not mandatory.

That in and of itself is an agreement. "I will continue working for you if you give me severance when the company goes bankrupt"

I agree, but have they agreed to this ?

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Silver_ wrote (edited )

Not necessarily, I don't know If It was mentioned in the original agreement.

Promising something is not a contract (It's not a two way trade).

Whether I think that they deserve to be ostracized or not, doesn't change anything.

People are free to ostracize (or not) people.

You can be ostracized, even If you haven't done any crimes.

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