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Report: U.S. whiskey exports slump amid retaliation for Trump tariffs Comrade 03/22/2019 (Fri) 02:12:37 No. 746
Americans are so enslaved
that they think government
agents are holy gods, but
since the elites and the government
are the same now, asking for
government protection from businesses
is like asking
a thief to watch
your house when you go
on vacation.

FAA regulates airlines, but airplanes
still fail.

SEC regulates stockbrokers, but markets
still crash.

FDA regulates drugs, but drugs are still dangerous.

EPA regulates the environment,
but the EPA pollutes.

The USSR was a Socialist utopia,
but the Soviet Union was polluted.

Maybe the real reason there are
food stamps now is because
food and banking corporations
lobby for them.

Maybe the real reason there are laws
against ridesharing is because
taxi cab companies lobby for
regulations against competition.

Maybe the real reason there are mandatory vaccine laws now is because pharmaceutical corporations lobby for them.

Maybe the real reason the US is a police state now is because private prison corporations lobby for it.

Maybe the real reason the US is a warmonger now is because defense corporations lobby for wars.

Maybe the real reason there are mandatory health and auto insurance laws now is because insurance companies lobby for them.

Maybe the real reason there are bailouts and subsidies is because corporations lobby for them.

Maybe the real reason there
are government student
loans and grants now is because colleges lobby for them.

The government takes away
your freedom, but won’t protect you.

The way to deal with danger
today is to do what worked in the past.

Government needs to be small
and people need to take personal
responsibility and embrace freedom.

Being dangerous is not in the best
of companies.

The big difference between
private business and
tyranny is that you can
boycott the free market, but
the government forces you
at gunpoint to do something
or not do something.

Look not to the politicians; look
to yourselves.

Liberty is always dangerous,
but it is the safest
thing we have.

What do we need government for anyway?

Everything the free market
does is better than what
government does.

Would you rather
graduate from Harvard or the University
of New Mexico? Would you
rather own a Yugo or
a BMW?

If a private association like the MPAA can regulate movies, why can’t the private market regulate other things?

When the TSA fingers your asshole and pulls your cock, is the real purpose to protect you or to make you feel like a degraded slave?

When people smoke now, people just call the police on them, but people in the past either took some personal responsibility and ignored smokers, moved away from smokers, or asked smokers to go somewhere else. The problem with a police state is everyone now is either or a slave or a criminal. Who pays the taxes to pay for tyranny?

If smoking is dangerous, can’t nonprofits raise funds to pay for educational campaigns that
warn of the dangers of smoking instead of outlawing smoking?

Can’t people use the BBB to verify if a business is good or not instead of forcing companies to pay fees to get a government business license?

Can’t private charities funded by volunteer donations provide homeless shelters and soup kitchens instead of being at forced at the point of a gun by the government to pay taxes that fund welfare?

Can’t people use
guns to protect themselves
instead of relying on the Gestapo?

Can’t neighbourhoods hire
private security firms to
protect their homes?

Can’t the free market provide toll roads?

Can’t the free market provide private airports?

Can’t the free market provide private schools?

Can’t the free market provide disaster relief instead of FEMA?

Can’t the free market run delivery services instead of the USPS?

Can’t the free market run railroads instead of Amtrack?



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