Take a look at the Mises Institute in Sweden.
Below "Ludwig von Mises Institutet i Sverige" it says something like
"Against the state, for peace and freedom, property and the right to your life"
Self-contradictory. Mises was clearly not an anti state anarchist or advocate of self-evident deontological libertarian moralism.
How is it self-contradictory? The swedish mises institute is clearly not Mises?
Mises is not the end-all, so it doesn't matter either way.
He's just a great starting point for Austrians, but he has been improved upon.
Perhaps "state" is more synonymous with "welfare state" in Sweden? (I'm speculating here...) Mises stated clearly his opposition to welfare-statism. While he clearly was not anti-State in the same sense that Rothbard, Hoppe and Rockwell are, he wrote approvingly of many of Rothbard's works. And as noted above, taking a namesake for an Institute is not the same thing as adopting that namesake's beliefs as a dogma - it simply means "we're inspired by this fellow but (of course) we have our own views which may differ from his in certain details."