Wednesday, 28 July 2010

Critical Information

Direct action - but in this case violent - by women in India.

I'm making my bet now; as the unitary democratic nation state continues to discredit itself as the only game in town for the defense of broadly individualist values, direct action tactics will be increasingly brought to bear in the service of this defense. That is because - despite all cultural vicissitudes - human beings are individuals, not merely cells in a collective hive and, assuming possession of critical information, they therefore must defend themselves or take the terrible decision to allow themselves to be erased whilst knowing that that is exactly what is being done to them.

Later... Thomas Woods has an interesting take on disobedience with the various American States used as the locus of defense against the Feds - nullification.

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