I'm new to this forum, but I don't plan on staying for very long. I've just come to introduce my blogel (blogged novel, if you didn't know). I'm calling it "Everywhere in Chains", after the infamous Rousseau quote, "Man is born free, but he is everywhere in chains." (After becoming a laissez-fairist, it struck me that Rousseau did not try to eliminate the chains, he did not even merely try to explain them; he tried to legitimatize them.) The novel is the story of a young man who is a bit of a celebrity at his school for his defiance of the state, and managing to avoid any serious punishment. Following the death of a certain member of the Government, he and his friends commit a serious defiance of the Censorship Laws. When the government puts out an arrest warrant for him, the young man finds himself in the middle of a rebellion in his city. I can promise you, it'll be filled with praises for Capitalism, denunciations of Socialism, and blind faith in government portrayed as a destroyer of civilization. So if you want to check it out, please do so. The first chapter comes out September first. Here's the address: http://everywhereinchains.wordpress.com/
Tiberius:I can promise you, it'll be filled with praises for Capitalism, denunciations of Socialism, and blind faith in government portrayed as a destroyer of civilization.
So its essentially libertarian propoganda?
Abstract liberty, like other mere abstractions, is not to be found.
- Edmund Burke
Absolutely - in the vein of The Moon is A Harsh Mistress, Atlas Shrugged, V for Vendetta, and Alongside Night.
Tiberius:I'm new to this forum, but I don't plan on staying for very long.
You should if you want to pimp your blog here. Many of us have websites, and don't promote them as free riders.
Think you put enough tags on your post?
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sovereign nations possessing great power, war is
At least I kept 'em on topic, eh?