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Creado el: 16 Ago 2011
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A group for libertarians who identify with the political left.

This is a group for anarcho-syndicalists, anarcho-collectivists, voluntary socialists, mutualists, agorists, left-rothbards, voluntaryists, geo-libertarians etc

Samuel Edward Konkin defined the libertarian left as “activist, organization, publication or tendency which opposes parliamentarianism (electoral politics), defends Counter-Economists, and prefers alliances with radical and revolutionary tendencies to those with conservative ones."

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Any link posted in the shout box I'll put here (unless it's a troll)

http://leftlibertarian.org/leftlibertarianism.html
http://upsidedownworld.org/coops_arg.htm

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  • Liag247

    Real liberals aren't leftist, and American "liberals" aren't libertarian.

    8 Oct 2012 Responder
  • L57NT

    V Ignorant

    3 Jun 2012 Responder
  • gfdsagfdsagfdsa

    Left libertarians = Liberals

    3 Jun 2012 Responder
  • promisedeyes

    {not a left-libertarian myself, but hey that doesn't mean I you should just ignore my point}

    3 Abr 2012 Responder
  • promisedeyes

    Some of these connections do not make sense. Look at the Ramones in particular. Joey Ramone, I think, would best be described as a left-leaning centrist / liberal moderate type. That's why he campaigned for California governor Jerry Brown. How is he a "left-libertarian" that opposes electoral politics? And Johnny Ramone was a pro-Bush right-wing conservative.

    3 Abr 2012 Responder
  • Voloscire

    What do you guys think of "The Venus Project"? http://www.thevenusproject.com/

    18 Mar 2012 Responder
  • D1V1DEBYZER0

    Greetings!

    4 Feb 2012 Responder
  • anarchofront

    Hello, ALL!

    2 Feb 2012 Responder
  • soddex

    It's in my heart :D

    12 Dic 2011 Responder
  • soddex

    I'm an Anarcho-Pacifist, does this group value my ideals as well?

    11 Dic 2011 Responder
  • Fr0mN0where

    @ZackP1992 - "in an advanced society government ought to use its power of raising funds by taxation to provide a number of services which for various reasons cannot be provided, or cannot be provided adequately, by the market." Law, legislation and liberty: Friedrich August Hayek

    27 Nov 2011 Responder
  • ZackP1992

    That argument only holds true if one assumes natural rights and a Rothbardian analysis of the state. I'm a Hayekian and I couldn't disagree with your claims more.

    27 Nov 2011 Responder
  • Fr0mN0where

    Always found the minarchist argument the most odd of all. I can understand Adam Smith's argument that in existing societies the state might have a positive role to play providing "public works and Institutions" that might not reasonably be expected to return a profit, in most existing societies for example providing education may help the individual achieve their potential and escape the circumstances into which they were born. I can also see the argument for the state in existing societies having a role a negative but arguably necessary role to play in exercising force of control, over the individual, to protect property. The libertarian argument is surely that humans can live in a way that neither of these roles are necessary and we can free ourselves from the need of a state. How can anyone call themselves a libertarian then say that they want to keep the state for the sole purpose of keeping the individual under control by threat and use of force?

    21 Nov 2011 Responder
  • Fr0mN0where

    With Greece about to default, on it's debt, these are pretty scary times! I was interested to read though about some of the effects a similar default had in Argentina. The failure of banks, withdrawl of capital, bankruptcies and unemployment came the growth of popular assemblies, barter systems, micro-credit systems and interstingly the takeover of bankrupt businesses by workers cooperatives! http://upsidedownworld.org/coops_arg.htm

    28 Sep 2011 Responder
  • vaguelyhumanoid

    The connected artists can be pretty interesting.

    20 Sep 2011 Responder
  • BuddieLove

    haha... the music taste in this group is much better than the standard libertarian group on lastfm

    1 Sep 2011 Responder
  • vaguelyhumanoid

    I deeply despise Thomas Hobbes.

    30 Ago 2011 Responder
  • Empatocles

    I do not trust it easier for it is a part of the human race as you say, small segments. Besides, from what I have heared there is a lot of corruption and lust for money in governments. I do believe in a perfect democraty ( wich has never existed ). Where everyone has a say in the way things work and everyone gets informed. Not being represented by political parties. No boundries with other countries, just one country: the world. I also know it is all difficult material which I have to think about a lot :)

    29 Ago 2011 Responder
  • Fr0mN0where

    @empatocles - serious question - you find it hard to trust the whole human race? Is it easier to trust the small segment of humans who represent the real power behind any given state that has existed up to now? Why would that be?

    29 Ago 2011 Responder
  • Empatocles

    Hmm, ok I understand. It is difficult for me to thought to go and trust the whole human race. To make that step without any control. It is hard but if it works one day, it will be fantastic :)

    29 Ago 2011 Responder
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