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619f4 No.129494[View All]

Found some early Leslie Fairs from April last year and thought I should share them.
174 posts and 117 image replies omitted. Click reply to view.

014e5 No.192214

>>192212
>Lewd ponies with candy canes
Oh boy! It's that time of year again.

c6ed8 No.192216

>>192214
Let's be honest, we would find some other excuse to lewd ponies with phallic object.

67b84 No.192219

I start to lean towards ancap

bf74b No.192223

>>192219
I can provide you with some entry-level books on anarcho-capitalism if you want.

67b84 No.192228

>>192223
I may have a couple thousand pages to study but that wont stop me from learning more about how the world works instead of being part of the pack that destroys it
So please go ahead

On a different matter: what does an ancap think about the natsoc world view ?
The official definition of natsoc and fash in my country
is evil so I am still trying to learn

bf74b No.192233

File: 1544741360362-0.pdf (1.5 MB, The Private Production of ….pdf)

File: 1544741360362-1.pdf (2.78 MB, What Has Government Done t….pdf)

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>>192228
Attached are three books which might help you understand anarcho-capitalism a bit better. The first is one of the earliest works written on the idea of governance not based in coercion, and it was written in the 19th century by the French economist Gustave de Molinari. I would also recommend The Law by Frederic Bastiat, a friend of Molinari who was very influential in libertarianism. I have also attached two articles by Murray Rothbard, a 20th century American author who is ethnically Jewish but strongly criticized Israel, cultural Marxism, and banks during his life. The first deals with monetary policy and the second reconciles libertarianism and anarcho-capitalism with nationalism.
>what does an ancap think about the natsoc world view ?
It will vary from one ancap to another. Many will dismiss natsoc/fascism as just another "evil collectivist statist idealogy", but personally, I don't mind working with NatSocs against our common enemies.

bf74b No.192235

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Many of the books listed in this image are also good.

c6ed8 No.192240

>>192233
>but personally, I don't mind working with NatSocs against our common enemies
As a National Socialist, I share this sentiment. We can wait to iron out the details of our state/non-state until AFTER the DotR.

67b84 No.192241

>>192233
>>192235
thank you for sharing

67b84 No.192244

>>192240
Would you mind explaining the differences from your POW

67b84 No.192246

POV

c6ed8 No.192251

>>192244
>that typo, tho
Many Ancaps can bring great arguments and points to debates, and are fairly even-keeled. Though I've viewed the ideology mostly as overly-optimistic, self-centered, and entitled. To explain all three in a little more detail:
>overly-optimistic
I've seen a lot of Ancaps place emphasis on the inherent good of mankind, and that when one is allowed to achieve his fullest unhindered and unburdened by intervention by a governmental institution, his efforts to improve his own standing in life will come also as a benefit to the community. I wish it was like that, but I've had too many experiences with people both as a collective and individually to believe in that.
>self-centered
Somewhat of an addition to the last point. Anarcho-Capitalism's obsession with individual enterprise seems selfish to me at times. That it treats those who don't succeed, whether it was within their power to do so or not, as 100% at fault for their own shortcomings. And that, when one has the option of helping themselves become very wealthy or helping those around them to being a little wealthy, it is always in a person's best interest to take the former.
>entitled
I lot of the ideology, I think, can be boiled down with a metaphor: it's like wanting to stay at a 3-star luxury resort with all of the perks staying at such a luxurious place entails, and then complaining when the owner of the resort hands you the bill. It promotes getting all of the benefits of living in a civilized, 1st-world country without paying anything to those running the country to help them actually maintain it all.
I might be completely wrong on all points, and I fully expect for it to be pointed out by someone, but that's just my two-cents from listening to Ancap talking points.

bf74b No.192285

>>192251
>overly-optimistic
Maybe you're right, to a certain extent. That's why I believe that a high-trust community, which would most likely be homogenous and definitely with a high degree of cultural cohesion, is an important prerequisite to founding and maintaining a libertarian society. It reminds me of the quote from one of the founding fathers, I think Washington or Jefferson, about how a free society must be a virtuous one too. This point also reminds me of something Bastiat said, "Do not legislators and agents belong to mankind? Or do they believe themselves made of a finer clay?" His point being that if man is by his nature bad then then mustn't state, consisting of men, also be bad?
>self-centered
Many anarcho-capitalists do seem a bit too individualistic, turning their nose at any show of concern for the tribe. Really, the only sort of individualism that is necessary for liberty is legal individualism, the idea that each agent has total authority over how their property is used, including selling or destroying it, with the exception being that a person can not sell their own bodies, only rent them for labor.
>entitled
The difference is that with a hotel there is competition, and no coercion. If someone in a libertarian society found that the prices they were being charged by their protection firm for ensuring their house was safe from burglary were too high, they would have the option to seek a different provider, ask the firm to reduce its price to a more tolerable level, or forego the service. And if a hotel company forced you to stay at their hotel and shut down all nearby competitors, and then charged you the price it saw fitting, would you be an ingrate to resent them?

c6ed8 No.192286

>>192285
One could argue there is also competition between countries for immigrants, especially if you're an upstanding person with skills that would be valuable to the nation. One could also argue that you aren't forced to stay in one nation. Unless you live in a totalitarian state with completely closed borders in both directions, you are free to leave whenever you wish, provided you have a mode of transportation out of the country.

61e39 No.192304

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>>192228
I've met based ancaps and cucked ancaps and it really depends on how redpilled they are about the social condition of society. I personally am leaning towards (paradoxically) "anarcho-fascism," which isn't a real ideology. I feel that anarcho-capitalism is objectively correct on economic and long-term political matters but needs to be melded with the understanding of social cohesion from fascism.

>>192240
I believe that open dialogue and pairing of philosophies is necessary to have an agreed-upon worldview ready for the DotR. The problem is that ancaps (and libertarians in general) don't want to be any more socially unacceptable than they already are and scare away their niche audience, while many fascists believe capitalism is a Jewish invention. Therefore it's nigh-impossible to have prominent thinkers other than some e-celebs conduct an honest discussion.

>>192251
Anarcho-capitalists believe societies organize organically as they have for thousands of years; state interventions are the exception rather than the rule and tend to cause one or more major flaws. Society obviously won't be perfect and individuals definitely aren't perfect but as an aggregate they will behave more rationally than conscious planning.

Also, the free-market system probably exercises more natural selection than any other system. Obviously individual merit isn't 100% responsible for performance but even other indicators are affected by natural selection. Since the Agricultural Revolution society has looked down upon single motherhood because, besides sexual impurity, it implies economic hardship and poorer performance from offspring. When the government provided free handouts single motherhood exploded and now it is no longer such a taboo. We like to make fun of blacks for this propensity but the truth is before the "Great Society" they generally had more-or-less functioning families.

To keep up the hotel metaphor, government is essentially forcing you to stay at a 3-star luxury resort with the price of a 5-star resort and terrible service. Anarcho-capitalists want the freedom to shop around for resorts and pick the one that best fits their needs and budget.

>>192286
>immigration
Probably a poor argument to use with a NatSoc tbh. To clarify, in an ancap society the only ways to immigrate would be to purchase property (from someone who is willing to sell to you) or be sponsored by someone who would pick up all the costs you impose on his neighbors. Society would also be perfectly free to discriminate against you as long as they do not harm you physically.

b16f4 No.192494

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Merry early Christmas

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ad4a0 No.192519

>>192494
Merry Christmas Leslie

1225b No.192608

>>192251
>>192285
>>192286
>>192304
It is really a tough thing.
Ancap has really good points, the science makes sense but theories are just theories.
The most important thing is that it stands for freedom. I don't like to be told what to think.
The natsoc ideology has the strong point of living like an athlete and working for the people, strife and self -sacrifice.

It is hart to choose really

b63c8 No.192721

>>192608
Why we don't make an alliance to bring the establishment down and any of their zombies both left and right, until that, they'll not allow us to achieve anything worth the effort.

67761 No.192723

>>192721
The only problem is that was essentially the Alt-Right was and we never got anywhere politically due to counter-signalling and a general disagreement on strategies and goals. Adolf Hitler said that political alliances are always harmful and it is better for a movement to go it alone due to these reasons. I believe that anarcho-capitalism and national-socialism are each presently insufficient alternatives and we need to create a new ideology based on everything we've learned.

b63c8 No.192811

>>192723
Can't we side both part of the left and right understanding that the whole global establishment is fucked, that they're just playing by hijacking the group that best fits them in a determined moment? That's just my idea it might just be stupid but after seeing Antifa and Identity Evropa side by side with the yellow vest thing, sound kind of possible.

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=QZHa7WdWbaU

1275b No.198594

Any anons have Leslie-related ideas they want drawn?

b318a No.198596

>>198594
Something with Flim and/or Flam, please. Cuddling, courting, scheming, arguing, anything you think will look good.
>>195979

e7346 No.198647

>>198594
I want Leslie throwing alunya (/leftypol/'s cat girl) out of a helicopter.

1b4d4 No.199219

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>>198647
Here you go.

4d804 No.199220

>>199219
This is great.

7d120 No.202877

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619f4 No.202906

>>202877
Stunningly beautiful and serene drawing of Leslie.

7d120 No.202916

>>202906
Thanks

1cf3a No.203756

What about cartells?

b206f No.203761

>>203756
What do you mean?

1cf3a No.203762

>>203761
They fuck with the free market and cause large damage.
What can you do about them in an ancap nation?
I have heard that they will eventually fall because of reasons. What are these reasons?

b206f No.203770

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>>203762
Well, if a group of corporations agree to set their prices at an unfair level in a society without a state, it will generally be quite easy for a competitor to come about and sell the same (or a similar) good or service, especially since there wouldn't be so much bureaucracy and taxes involved in entering the market. The longer a monopoly or oligopoly lasts, the more likely it is it's being protected by the state. An interesting historical example of this is AT&T's state granted monopoly on telephone services (in the attached pdf). I hope you find this answer at least somewhat satisfying, I'm not always great at explaining ideas.

b16f4 No.203812

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Forgive me, for I have sinned

b206f No.203825

>>203812
That's not on the list of things I was expecting to see today. Would fuck.

11910 No.203876

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>>138198
>>178636
A blank filly is super cute.

bae8b No.203889

>>203812
>"you can't give up guns because you're afraid of a few shootings"

46087 No.204531

>>203770
Thank you for your explaination.
Lately I read up on the damage they do and how hard it is toll bust them.
In theory your explaination makes sense but I wonder. After all they are setting up a position of power and will try to defend it with all means necessary.
If there are hundreds of millions at stake they won't shy away from manipulation and murder.

e3b1f No.204543

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>>204531
In a theoretical libertarian society, people would be well armed, and if a corporation started acting more like a violent gang and violating the NAP, they would most likely be stopped pretty quickly.

b9dbd No.204725

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619f4 No.204727

>>204725
Happy Hearts and Hooves Day Leslie.
Beautiful drawing.

bae8b No.210237

the virgin contentless bump

e765e No.210250


e765e No.210251

>>210250
The Chad blankpost

f5b13 No.210596

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Moonatik just drew some cute art of Leslie (and a few other anarchopones). Not really how I imagine Leslie's backstory, but it's very cute. Also, it reminds me I need to draw more Leslie.

55a5d No.210796

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619f4 No.210797

>>210796
Awesome. We can never have enough Leslie's.

4560a No.210802

>>210796
>Pony memri
I strongly approve of this post.

2a66a No.211198


>>210596

i dont have a high opinion of Moonatik, hes a communist from finland and draws all kinds of degenerate shit for money, including detractor content.

>>210796

looks really good. Avowed.


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