The “Social Contract” Doesn’t Exist

As I scrolled through my Facebook news feed, I discovered the following artwork here, being shared by the page, “The Liberty Principle: No Consent from the Governed,” and originally posted it to my own wall, along with commentary…

"Anarchism: The radical notion that other people are not your property"

“Anarchism: The radical notion that other people are not your property”

My Commentary: “But.. muh social ‘contract’ proves that they are!” – Shit Statists Say

Hmm… since when are non-consensual arrangements fabricated upon invisible paper with invisible ink referred to as “contracts”? Just more proof that Statism Is A Cult!

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2 Responses to The “Social Contract” Doesn’t Exist

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  2. Radical Dude says:

    They have to conjure up mythical supernatural objects that don’t have any actual corporeal existence to rationalize the mythology. Where is this mythical “wall of separation” between church and state? Where is this mythical contract? How do we empirically measure the “force of law”? When is the last time you saw or spoke with a “legal entity”? When you have to conjure up a mythical supernatural object(no corporeal existence) to rationalize why your faith-based belief in invisible entities ISN’t a religion, you might be a brainwashed cult member.

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