On Monday, April 17, 2000 5:51 PM Octavio Rojas Diaz firstname.lastname@example.org
> Thinking global, it'll be very good for libertarianism if it starts to
> spread worldwide
> I'd love to see the rise of a libertarian culture in my country, if the
> movement starts
> to get more support worldwide, it'll be sure we'll start to blur the
> barriers among
> the countries, I think that places where people has been oppressed the
> like dry grass waiting to be burned with the libertarianism meme.
> any thoughts?
There are libertarian movements in several countries aside from the US
already as well as Libertarian Parties. Some of these include Canada
(http://www.libertarian.ca/), Great Britain (see
http://www.digiweb.com/igeldard/LA/), and New Zealand (see
A search on Yahoo! should probably turn up many others I'm not aware of.
I used to be more into promoting political ideas internationally. I think
the thing to do is find like minded people and start meeting and formulating
plans. Obviously, I would urge caution if you're in a country where such
activities might be banned or might backfire. (By the later is meant that
other groups might attack one.)
I also suggest you contact libertarians in the aforementioned countries to
see how they did it -- to the extent they were and are successful.
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