Category: agorist

Jury nullification is an age old tactic to battle unjust laws

People seem to believe the justice system is written for the defense but the evidence overwhelming pointing to the system is written for the protection of the state and its ability to extract resources; largely through the use of prohibition. Here is a good podcast by the Bad Quaker about jury nullification. It’s hard to say that a jury of peer actually exists.

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Would open source justice be a viable option to hold police and government accountable?

It seems that the power of the internet and communities today could nullify the judicial system we have that is quit obviously stacked against civilians in favor of government agents and systems. We should explore this. Why couldn’t we compile cases for all these apparent murders by police that never get past the grand jury? I’m not sure about punishment, but at least expose the evidence to the public. Jury nullification should continue to grow.

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Organize – agorist tools of change

I think it can be done, too. Create our own markets and networks. Peacefully stop cooperating in any way possible. Use alternative currency like bitcoin, precious metal, or other bartering. Participate in security and food coops. Avoid registering or licensing anything you can get away with. Use our cameras and communications (internet) to hold “officials” accountable (copblock). Go to court with your camera to support others and post to alternative media. Educate, with a smile, anyone you can to the non-aggression principle or whatever true peace you preach. From my new facebook friend, Jason Boulard 1: Meditate on compassion and oneness with the universal frequency that all matter arrises from, become acutely aware of the present moment overcome the beast within yourself 2: Get out of debt and stay out of debt 3: Join a credit union for the banking you absolutely have to do 4: Deal only in cash […]

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Corporatism is not Capitalism

Separation of corporations and state should be the same importance as separation of church and state. Unfortunately, we see the opposite. Corporations are a creation of the State. They promote protection rackets. We live in a corporatist government. It’s like an infection that can’t live in the oxygen of liberty. Capitalism, or the free market, requires liberty, or the absence of government fetters. It needs air to breath. What choice do we have? We can go ahead and admit that we are never going to find utopia on this planet. These ideas are not without problems and opportunity for corruption either. They require a certain level of vigilance. We can see today, however, what happens when we shirk our duties of vigilance and allow someone else (the government) to do our jobs for us. Voluntary contracts. Independent certifications.

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