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Conza88 Posted: Tue, Jun 16 2009 5:18 AM

The saying goes "A picture's worth a thousand words"... well let's do some writing. Just looking for images that articulate the freedom / liberty agenda. What you got? [:)]

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Conza88 replied on Tue, Jun 16 2009 5:22 AM

Ones from Mises.org

 

 

 

 

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Conza88 replied on Tue, Jun 16 2009 5:24 AM

 

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Conza88 replied on Tue, Jun 16 2009 11:14 PM

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CONZA!!!!!

 

THAT WAS AWESOME!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


It sounds like the ocean, smells like fresh mountain air, and tastes like the union of peanut butter and chocolate. ~Liberty Student

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Theres this too...

 

 

Austrians do it a priori

Irish Liberty Forum 

 

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Conza88 replied on Wed, Jun 17 2009 5:36 AM

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Conza88 replied on Wed, Jun 17 2009 6:07 AM

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Conza88 replied on Wed, Jun 17 2009 6:12 AM

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Sukrit replied on Wed, Jun 17 2009 9:56 AM

Are all these images able to be used freely? i uploaded some of them to my facebook account - hopefully they don't decide it breaches their terms of use.

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Conza88 replied on Thu, Jun 18 2009 6:08 AM

Props to Jeffery for this one.

 

 

 

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Conza88 replied on Fri, Jun 19 2009 9:41 PM

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Arvin replied on Fri, Jun 19 2009 11:02 PM

Keep in mind though, the political compass sucks, but if right represents economic freedom, and down is "social freedom", this is where would stand.

 

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Conza88 replied on Tue, Jun 23 2009 10:44 AM

 

 

Anyone want to make "u will not survive make your time" - with a pic of the Fed? Big Smile

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Conza88:
Anyone want to make "u will not survive make your time" - with a pic of the Fed? Big Smile

Best.

Thread.

Ever. Big Smile

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Conza88 replied on Thu, Jun 25 2009 11:24 AM

malgratloprekindle:

Best.

Thread.

Ever. Big Smile

Haha, thanks! I am tempted to add video clips into this, but then it might get massive.

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Conza88:
Haha, thanks! I am tempted to add video clips into this, but then it might get massive.

THAT IS AWESOME!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Conza88:
Haha, thanks! I am tempted to add video clips into this, but then it might get massive.

 

BTW I posted it....

Here

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Zavoi replied on Thu, Jun 25 2009 1:01 PM

Yesterday's Dilbert is great.

Vigorish - a percentage (of winnings or loot or profit) taken by an operator or gangster [definition from TheFreeDictionary]

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Zavoi:
Vigorish - a percentage (of winnings or loot or profit) taken by an operator or gangster [definition from TheFreeDictionary]

 

I think unless you are a criminal, that is a mostly unknown word... We (my former associates now) called it "The Vig" more recently.....

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And not to be outdone: 

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Praetyre replied on Thu, Jun 25 2009 11:06 PM

The Messiah looks like a Teletubbie in that video preview image.

I must say, I've always found this image extremely ironic, and to be one hell of a case of psychological projection. So, glad someone turned it on it's head:

http://www.marxist.com/images/stories/capitalism.gif

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ama gi replied on Fri, Jun 26 2009 1:56 AM

"As long as there are sovereign nations possessing great power, war is inevitable."

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Conza88 replied on Sun, Jun 28 2009 12:13 AM

 

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Conza88 replied on Mon, Jun 29 2009 11:25 AM

Anarchist Cain:

The Soviet Pink Slip:

Now you see him

 

Now you don't.


Work harder or face utter extinction...

Indifferent

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wilderness replied on Mon, Jun 29 2009 11:26 AM

Conza88...lol so funny!

"Do not put out the fire of the spirit." 1The 5:19
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Haha you didn't know about Stalin's photo purging. An interesting sector of propaganda. People have their faces scratched out and blobbed out. The unspeakables who dared fail or question his rule. Stalin's cult of personality is really fascinating...apparantly he created the radio Stick out tongue Of course according to Soviet propagandaists.

'Men do not change, they unmask themselves' - Germaine de Stael

 

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Conza88 replied on Fri, Jul 3 2009 3:34 AM

Props to Banned.

 

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Conza88 replied on Sun, Jul 5 2009 7:42 AM

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Great thread.

 

I submitted it to digg as follows:

http://digg.com/political_opinion/Best_Libertarian_Pictures

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I think this fits:

"Yo dawg we heard you don’t like communism, so we put a propaganda poster inside your propaganda poster so you can be re-educated while being re-educated"

 

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Conza88 replied on Tue, Jul 7 2009 1:03 PM

Nielsio:

A political spectrum:

 

Negative rights
If I take your stuff, I'm invoking that I have more rights than you. That you do not have the right to the stuff but that I do. Negative rights rejects this. It is egalitarian regarding actions. If something is bad for one (to do), it is bad for all.

Positive rights
I have a right to something. Society owes me. This implies that there is a right to supply this, and also a right to take from others to supply this. Implied is also that it is the state that can take and supply this. If everybody has a right to things and has the right to decide what, and has the right to take it, then you're at pure chaos and might makes right. Suggesting universality to people who believe in positive rights, namely that if it's good to coercively provide X then it should be good for anyone to coercively provide X, is usually quickly rejected. They don't reject the proposition that it's good to coercively provide X but that it should be good for anyone. So they believe in public law different from private law. If I steal from my neighbor and give it to my parents it's theft. If a police man steals from my neighbor and gives it to my parents then it's social welfare.

Useful.

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Conza88 replied on Tue, Jul 7 2009 10:00 PM

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Esuric replied on Wed, Jul 8 2009 4:53 AM

Oh my god. Matthew, if you made that into a shirt, you would be a millionaire.

 

This thread is legendary.

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Conza88 replied on Thu, Jul 9 2009 2:44 AM

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Conza88:

A political spectrum:

 

Negative rights
If I take your stuff, I'm invoking that I have more rights than you. That you do not have the right to the stuff but that I do. Negative rights rejects this. It is egalitarian regarding actions. If something is bad for one (to do), it is bad for all.

Positive rights

I have a right to something. Society owes me. This implies that there is a right to supply this, and also a right to take from others to supply this. Implied is also that it is the state that can take and supply this. If everybody has a right to things and has the right to decide what, and has the right to take it, then you're at pure chaos and might makes right. Suggesting universality to people who believe in positive rights, namely that if it's good to coercively provide X then it should be good for anyone to coercively provide X, is usually quickly rejected. They don't reject the proposition that it's good to coercively provide X but that it should be good for anyone. So they believe in public law different from private law. If I steal from my neighbor and give it to my parents it's theft. If a police man steals from my neighbor and gives it to my parents then it's social welfare.

Minarchism should be closer to Anarcho-Capitalism; much closer.  BTW:  Can someone please explain why Anarcho-Communism has niether positive OR negative rights? O.o

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Conza88:

You know, it's bad enough Libertarians have to take crap from most everyone else on the political spectrum and now from the Anarchists.

I'm personally tired of it being treated like a dichotomy who seem to think that "Well, he's a minarchist, therefore he's just as bad as the statists", while ignoring that this is a spectrum. 

My annoyances aside: An oldie, but a good one. :)

 

 

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