First of all: WTF!?
Edward Leedskaln was a tiny, very odd man who allegedly single-handedly built Coral Castle, which is made of 1100 tons of rock. He claimed to have discovered the secrets of the ancient Egyptians.
He believed that magnetism is the source of all physical laws, but he never explained how he build Coral Castle.
I never believe in any conspiracy theories, but this makes absolutely no sense.
According to Wikipedia:
He advocates voting for property-owners only (and in proportion to
their holdings), and argues that "Anyone who is too weak to make his
own living is not strong enough to vote."Does anyone know anything about this whole story!? I'm freaking out right now in confusion.
Don't allow leftists to play games with definitions! Some of the
libertarian-leaning leftists at this forum will try to redefine
"left-wing" back to its original defition (Third Estate, limited
government, free-markets, laissez-faire reforms, etc.). Fine! We
non-leftists can't stop them from using their own personal definitions;
they can use whatever labels they want to describe any concept they
want.However, they have the audacity
to then use their personal definition of "left-wing" (remember, the original
definition, which is no longer valid) to prove that modern leftists are
more libertarian than modern rightists! They will say that
libertarianism is "inherently leftist" (again, using the original, no
longer valid definition), and use that to insist that we should prefer
and side with modern leftists over modern rightists.
Question their motives.