Re: Politics vs. Extropianism

James Daugherty (
Wed, 21 Aug 1996 06:12:52 -0400 (EDT)

On Wed, 21 Aug 1996, Ian Goddard wrote:

> At 09:59 PM 8/20/96 -0700, Eric Watt Forste wrote:
> > Surely the members of the conspiracy are capable of studying economics
> > and social epistemology and figuring out that free societies are vastly
> > more productive than slave societies.

More productive? More productive for who? The ruling classes have lived
in the lap of luxury (for the times) even in societies generally
unproductive for the masses.

One cannot "choose" to allow society to be free and productive. One can
only refrain from working to make a society tyrannous. Once one foregoes
power, one cannot stop others from making a society tyrannous.

Since others are likely to do it if you don't, you might as well be the
one to make society tyrannous and be the one in charge or part of a group
that is in charge. Of course, this is predicated on being in a position
where you have a shot at such a strategy....say being one the heirs to
John D. Rockefeller II. See what the Rockefeller Brothers Fund is
financing on its www page accessible from: Yup! Statism!

Sorry, but the praxeology of this is crystal clear and ignored by nearly
everyone but those involved. David Friedman take heed!

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