Shattering beliefs

Believing in something- anything– seems to make people happy.

Even things that are provably false.

So is it mean to tell people statism is based on a lie? To shatter their illusions? To tell them “authority” is nothing more than a superstitious belief? the most dangerous one.

Is it mean to tell them in no uncertain terms that “taxation” IS theft, no matter how much they like it?

Is it cold-hearted to tell them that “their” government is nothing but a gang of bullies? That there can never be a “good government”? That cops are scum? That the government military makes them (and everyone else) much less safe? That their loyalty and love are misplaced?

Is it like telling an excited little kid there is no Santa Claus?

Is telling the truth mean?


I know you are tired of seeing this. So am I. I can’t help it- I’m in a bind which would take too long to explain. Please consider all the options for supporting this blog and its author (that would be me). They are right over there where the arrow points. I am grateful for every little bit.


2 Responses to “Shattering beliefs”

  1. Anonymous Says:

    I tell people every day. I piss a lot of people off too.

    Fuk 'em. It is more humane than killing them in defense.

  2. sofa Says:

    “I BELIEVE” … I'll have another beer.

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