“People who denounce the free market and voluntary exchange, and are for control and coercion, believe they have more intelligence and superior wisdom to the masses. What’s more, they believe they’ve been ordained to forcibly impose that wisdom on the rest of us. Of course, they have what they consider good reasons for doing so, but every tyrant that has ever existed has had what he believed were good reasons for restricting the liberty of others.” – Walter E. Williams
Check your arrogant, elitist narcissism, you tyrannical, sociopathic control-freaks!
Entertain all the delusion of grandeur you’d like, but without our consent, you STILL have no such *privilege* to rule over us. And yet, and we STILL maintain the absolute *right* to peacefully exercise full Individual Sovereignty!
My Commentary: Oh, and y’all Stockholm-Syndrome-having, dust-eating boot-lickers can come at me, too! I dare you to even TRY horizontally enforcing me into silence with your sniveling slave-logic! My replies will leave you so “triggered,” you’ll crawl back to your “safe-space” to whimper in fetal position with a soiled diaper for the next month, or two!
“If You’re Afraid to Speak Out Against Tyranny, You Are ALREADY A SLAVE”
Renat S.: What about stoicism?
Renat S.: (i didn’t say i am a part of it)
Rayn: Being “afraid to speak” isn’t stoicism, as far as I can tell. 🙂
Renat S.: being afraid isn’t always the only reason of silence
Rayn: Absolutely. The statement in the above graphic is simply an “if-then” logic clause. It pertains only to situations of silence based on fear. In the reality outside of the exclusionary “if” referenced here, there are many other reasons for not speaking. Some are philosophical, such as the stoicism you previously mentioned, while others are physical, as is the case with deaf mutes. 🙂