The logic behind statism

Because poison exists in the world, we must add it to our soup, otherwise we might be poisoned by accident.

This is the same reasoning that says because some people are evil, we must have a government/State to protect us from those evil people.

Shooting yourself because someone might shoot you isn’t usually the smartest course of action.



2 Responses to “The logic behind statism”

  1. Bob Robertson Says:

    We have to be poisoned and shot, because there's not another industrial nation in the world that doesn't poison and shoot its citizens.

  2. Kent McManigal Says:

    “We want to be members of the Death Club, too!”

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