---"Joe E. Dees" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> From: EvMick@aol.com
> Date sent: Sat, 12 Dec 1998 21:13:06 EST
> To: email@example.com
> Subject: Re: The Education Function
> Send reply to: firstname.lastname@example.org
> > In a message dated 12/12/98 4:42:00 PM Central Standard Time,
> > email@example.com writes:
> > > What about as an instrument for preserving our environment (which
> > > the private sector has shamelessly trashed), a global problem
> > > amenable to individual or corporate solutions, and guaranteeing
> > > basic human righrs for its citizens (which other citizens, and
> > > corporations, are, sadly, only too willing to abrogate, violate
> > > ignore)?
> > >
> > >
> > I beleive that if you check into it you'll find that you are
incorrect in this
> > assumption. Generally speaking private property is taken care of
> > owners better than "government" property. For illustrations of
that look at
> > the ruins of the Soviet Union and the damage they did to the
> > there.
> > Also strong governments mean abuse of individual rights.
> > EvMick
> The Soviets are a prime example of MY thesis; they behaved like
> one big corporation, where their proletariat (labor) basically had no
> vote, and their commissars (management) had no conscience.
> Representative participatory democracies are indeed beginning to
> clean up their act, in response to the expressed will of their
> electorates, and to help others, like the Soviets, clean up theirs.
Who should be responsible for YOUR property? You or the government? Remember, the government is the one holding a gun to your head... ==
Terry Donaghe: firstname.lastname@example.org
Individual, Anarcho-Capitalist, Environmentalist, Transhumanist, Mensan
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