Unicornists 2.o: The Law

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“Laws are arbitrary dictates to control a population”

Here we go again, Unicornists hard at work shilling propagandist Utopian horse manure.

Consider: the representative chosen for theFREETHOUGHTPROJECT banner there is female. Now if Laws are simply arbitrary to control a population, which is their claim: then I should be able to rape and murder that young lady, at will, simply because I feel like it.

Oh, wait: maybe “laws” aren’t simply arbitrary; but were in fact established as a means with which to protect the rights of the individual against the possible violation of same by others.

Whoopsy, there goes the narrative.

Let’s take it one step further. thefreethoughtproject.com is registered through godaddy.com. Now suppose I offer to pay godaddy MORE money than thefreethoughtproject.com for that address. Effectively shutting down thefreethoughtproject – just because I feel like it. If “Laws are arbitrary dictates to control a population” – than the thefreethoughtproject has no right to complain do they?

Oh…. but they have a contract which guarantees them the use of that domain for X amount of time: and if godaddy violated that contract they’d be violating thefreethoughtproject’s rights….

Whoopsy, there goes the narrative.

Let’s go even further… thefreethoughtproject posts a great deal about police brutality and other such crimes: suppose law enforcement simply decides to shut down thefreethoughtproject. That would be a serious violation of thefreethoughtproject’s first amendment rights.

Now If “Laws are arbitrary dictates to control a population” – why don’t the police simply shut them down?

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Oh, poor little anarchist narrative – laws were in fact established as a means with which to protect the rights of the individual against the possible violation of same by others. It is the existence of the first amendment of the constitution which projects thefreethoughtproject FROM being simply shut down by the government or one of it’s institutions.

“The Free Thought Project’s” own continued existence in spite of the fact that they have so much to say about the state, rather than it being arbitrarily shut down: proves the efficacy of the first amendment and constitutional law; also proving, in and of itself and it’s continued existence: an unabashed example that law in and of itself is not simply arbitrary. Laws were in fact established as a means with which to protect the rights of the individual against the possible violation of same by others.

“The Free Thought Project” claims the law is arbitrary and only a means for controlling the population: while SIMULTANEOUSLY taking advantage of the fact that it is only the law which permits them produce such blatant propaganda in the first place. Without the law protecting their freedom of speech: they would be UNABLE to produce this exact propaganda.

The first amendment of the constitution is the LAW which protects the free thought project from being shut down: *WHILE CLAIMING* that laws exist only as a mean with which to control the population.

Somehow…. they don’t see the irony…..

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Observing Libertarian

I am a Humanist small L libertarian Deontological Minarchist. In that order - As a result of this philosophy: I cannot in good conscience condone the actions of any group, movement or organization which seeks to oppress another individuals human rights. By education I have an Associates of Occupational Studies in Gunsmithing, and am qualified to testify in Open Court on the State's behalf as a Firearms expert. I am also an NRA Certified Firearm Instructor. I am currently in the Process of writing two books on Philosophy

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