Conversation Between Pmurt Dlanod and Somewhere_
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  1. Somewhere_
    December 31st, 2016 12:43 PM
    what do you mean?
  2. Pmurt Dlanod
    December 31st, 2016 11:36 AM
    Pmurt Dlanod
  3. Somewhere_
    December 26th, 2016 1:44 PM
    while you're at it, you should have fun meeting other members and getting to know the community.

    Ive read parts of each of those books, but considering I dont subscribe to the NAP, I dont care about For a New Liberty. I also dont have time for MEaS, MaM.

    Also when I say Early, I mean socially. Early Rothbard promoted "ghetto" (creds to Curt Doolittle on that one lol) ethics (aka the NAP)
  4. Pmurt Dlanod
    December 26th, 2016 1:14 PM
    Pmurt Dlanod
    No. I'm here to participate in non-Pokemon discussions, and also to troll people with the username alone. (No other forms of trolling – that's bad!)

    Does "Early Rothbard" include Man, Economy, and State and Power and Market? I hope not. For a New Liberty seems less interesting, just because we're not anarcho-capitalists.
  5. Somewhere_
    December 26th, 2016 11:41 AM
    *is a member of a Pokemon community* *thinks pokemon is degenerate* :P
    have you at least picked up Sun or Moon?

    My mom and I own a book by each of them. They are great imo.

    Ive read both Ludwig von Mises and Murray Rothbard. They are great! Ya, Hoppe is basically the exact same person as Rothbard, except Hoppe focuses more on enforcement of law and high-trust.

    also Late Rothbard > Early Rothbard
  6. Pmurt Dlanod
    December 26th, 2016 7:29 AM
    Pmurt Dlanod
    I was a member of PC long ago, but I forgot the password to that account, and also the password to the e-mail I used then. Should an admin know? Perhaps. Now that I consider Pokemon somewhat degenerate (no offense), I figured I would inject some hot right-wing politics into this place. Mmm.

    Hm... Vox Day and Mike Cernovich, apparent "alt-lighters," are almost unknown to me, whereas I am more familiar with the so-called "crazies."

    Are you familiar with Ludwig von Mises and Murray Rothbard? Those men wrote MASSIVE works on economics, which, as an economist first, I know best. Plus, both of them influenced Hoppe.
  7. Somewhere_
    December 25th, 2016 7:55 AM
    You know who Hoppe is? Cool!

    Ive read a good amount of Hoppe. Im in the middle of "A Theory of Socialism and Capitalism," but i haven't read it in a few months. "Democracy: The God that Failed" is a great book though... you should totally read it. And Hoppe's articles on immigration are good too.

    I prefer Vox Day and Mike Cernovich, who actually aren't racists and are intelligent.

    So what brought you to Pokecommunity?
  8. Pmurt Dlanod
    December 25th, 2016 6:40 AM
    Pmurt Dlanod
    Hoppe? Nice. I was reading about him the other night.

    I'm also more or less a paleolibertarian. Before that, I was a neoconservative, then a paleoconservative. How times change. As to the alt-right, I like them somewhat. People like Jared Taylor and Richard Spencer are educated and intelligent, but also racist. Oh well.
  9. Somewhere_
    December 24th, 2016 1:38 PM

    i just transitioned from Hoppean Anarcho-Capitalism to like PaleoLibertarianism/Conservatarian. Seems like the best fit for my beliefs. Im also a Fusionist because i think the GOP and LP need to become a coalition with certain shared values. As for being Alt-Right, not really. I share some common values like nationalism, closed borders, and capitalism, but I'm more realistic about Trump. Im glad he won, but we need to hold his feet to the fire. I also dont like the community too much. The smart ones in the Alt-Right are great tho- just the normal people aren't great in my opinion.

  10. Pmurt Dlanod
    December 24th, 2016 12:49 PM
    Pmurt Dlanod
    Are you a libertarian? Conservative? Alt-right?