What do you know about Maritime Admiralty Law and Common Law? Here is a secret most of you do not know. If you have to aquire a license or permit; you're not exactly free, now are you? This video can teach you a lot. You will find out how criminals are using you as cattle! You are live stock to them! The question is, do you know your rights well enough to represent yourself?
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The most notable thing in this video was the corporation as a person bit, but thats nothing new.
The video seems to be saying that the rules and regulations in our lives are illusions imposed upon us, and we should basically choose to live outside of those limitations of civil or "legal" society, correct?
The problem with that is the entire premise of legal/civil society and government. The idea that you're free without these restrictions isn't convincing, when you consider what many political philosophers have been telling us for centuries: in a state of nature, you lack the protections provided by civil society and you lack the ends that government can reach, ends which are largely unattainable without a centralized power and some kind of amassed wealth, focused distribution of that wealth, distribution of resources, etc. Government is filled with corruption, no doubt. However, encouraging people to choose their own limits is not the best advice, unless you have some kind of serious backing for a revolution. Even with that, you could end up fucking yourself over. And without it, you're just breaking laws and probably paying the consequences later.
I guess I'm just not really getting the big point here. Political philosophers and political scientists have discussed the role of government and the end of a natural state where the sacrifice of natural freedoms for more security, legal rights, and protections in a social contract with a sovereign body begins... How is this news?
I also find it kind of contradictory to argue natural rights in an entirely unnatural system, especially one centered on money and property.0
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