---Emmanuel Charpentier <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Terry Donaghe wrote:
> > I further posit that there are no services "inappropriate or
> > impossible" for the private market to provide. Please list
> I think the difference capitalism/socialism is about
> competition/cooperation. And there might be times when nationwide
> cooperation is necessary. War time? Fight against disease? Talks with
> other groups of people?
> So, I go for a government that would primarily have two
> responsibilities: defense and diplomacy. Or do you think enterprises
> could manage that too???
What use is diplomacy without governments? Who do you negotiate with when you're looking at a continent full of sovereign individuals?
Defense can and should be provided by the free market system.
I contend that no form of government can exist that is moral - since government rely on coercive means to raise money (i.e. theft) they are immoral - evil.
Since there can be no moral governments, then there should be no governments. Support of government = support of theft and violence.
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