Re: left anarchy, right anarchy, and space homesteading

Velvet M Brazen (
Sun, 05 Oct 1997 03:10:12 EDT

excuse me, but you have a lot to learn about what passes for ownership by
law in white man's world (theft, murder, extortion, prostitution) and
from personal experience i'd be quite willing to bet that the man's
trucks were part of a scheme outright owned and operated by a thief (read
mafia)... i suggest you pay a little attention to where the money is
coming from and going to in this "economy" as they have the nerve to call
it - try the "cia-drugs" list, which only scratches the surface of our
wonderful means of "owning" our way of life. i have also had the
experience to know that people who are so defensive about "coming up from
nothing" have their own second thoughts about where the money REALLY came
from. (actually, you have my sympathies, i have been there...believe me,
you're better off broke than dead to God.) -velvet

On Sat, 4 Oct 1997 03:14:35 -0400 (EDT) writes:
>In a message dated 97-10-02 21:23:34 EDT, you write:
><< Why not? The anarchists would claim that any system which
> such inequities among human beings is unacceptable. That holding but
> not using resources which other people could use is theft, and
> inefficient. If you're not using the building how is someone else
> moving into it theft? How is it unjust? >>
>I don't follow that...I have nothing against fact I
>equality of outcome is a farce...a myth perpetuated by "do-gooder
>as an excuse to acquire and use force over others...
>Equality of opportunity is a different thing...although even it isn't
>If a person owns's no business of yours what he does
>it...whether you think it fair...or not...and just because you
>disapprove in
>no way makes his use of his own property "theft"
>My retort to people who make such an argument " If you're not using
>building how is someone else
> moving into it theft? " is that it's MINE...and if you don't like
>off your dead ass and earn your own...I've done it...starting from
>zero...twice...and I don't see why others can't as well...
>And I was just this very minute talking to a guy...he saw me sitting
>at the
>table with my laptop...he didn't know what it was...he didn't know
>what I was
>doing...he claimed not to know how to read or wite...and yet he owns
>trucks...and is buying three he must be having some success
>(he was
>a "minority'" by the of those poor downtrodden by the evil
>man mexicans) So I don't have any pity for the helpless homeless...if
>I can
>and this guy can...then THEY can .
>Sorry for the vehemance...but theft...and the legitimazation of
>theft...aggravates me.