punks at tfwno.gf
Wed Apr 10 17:29:47 PDT 2019
On Wed, 10 Apr 2019 19:02:02 -0400
Steve Kinney <admin at pilobilus.net> wrote:
> The inherent logical disconnect between anarchy and law enforcement
> underlines the irrelevance of /most/ debate about how an anarchist
> society should be run.
Learning what lunatics like berwick and co. think is valuable. And the idea that they are representatives of anarchist philosophy is of course completely laughable.
> I prefer what used to be called frontier justice: When someone makes
> enough trouble to motivate enough people to do something about it, they
> act: Maybe a good talking-to; if that fails to curb the behavior in
> question, maybe running the offender out of town; if that seems
> inadequate to protect the community, maybe killing the bastard.
Who are you planning to kill, exactly? And what sort of 'crime' gets you first a 'talk' and then gets you murdered? Not sure how any of your comments addresses any of the points I made.
> Frontier justice is not perfect, but it's the best system we have.
> Compare the Libertarian belief that incorruptible Courts adjudicating
> tort claims,
yeah but not the point at hand. And anarchy isn't frontier 'justice' either. Whatever you mean by 'justice'.
> on a level playing field where wealth, power, and political
> prejudice provide no advantages, can exist.
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