New Libertarian Manifesto by SEK3 (Narrated by Mike Gogulski)
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The New Libertarian Manifesto, Samuel Edward Konkin III's seminal work
, is narrated & brought to life by renowned stateless-citizen blogger
"Good morning, New Libertarian. Good morning, agorist.
The voice you will hear for the next 85 minutes or so belongs to me, Mike Gogulski.
I am a stateless ex-American.
I renounced my American citizenship in 2008 and I have been a voluntary exile since 2004, presently living in Bratislava, Slovakia.
As of this recording in May 2009, I maintain a website at www.nostate.com, which you are invited to visit.
The words you will hear belong to all of humanity, but they were written by Samuel Edward Konkin III, arguably the initiator of the agorist theory.
The book, New Libertarian Manifesto, was first published in 1980, and then updated in 1983.
After two, brief prefaces, the book consists of five chapters:
I. Statism: Our Condition
II. Agorism: Our Goal
III. Counter-Economics: Our Means
IV. Revolution: Our Strategy
V. Action! Our Tactics
I have attempted to read the text of New Libertarian Manifesto as I have it in hand. Any deviations from the written text – which you can find online at the website agorism.info – are my own.
After listening, take action.
Agora! Anarchy! Action!"
May 29 2009, 23:19 UTC
here's one: you're a pervert.
May 29 2009, 23:27 UTC
May 29 2009, 23:31 UTC
sorry, my brain automatically transforms the word "libertarian" into "pervert."
nothing personal, just that I see you posted "the new pervert's manifesto."
May 30 2009, 10:34 UTC
no worries, not all perverts lack a sense of humor
May 31 2009, 01:19 UTC
May 31 2009, 01:50 UTC
i la u too
May 31 2009, 06:46 UTC
market anarchists currently only exist on the internet. they're obnoxious, irrelevant, and they're capitalist fucks. how many times do we have to discredit this shit?
May 31 2009, 19:32 UTC
Please PigPen and Amish,
Have a little bit of respect. Its not because some Anarchists prefer concise economic theory rather than utopian ideals in order to smash the state that it is not a valid anarchist school of thought.
May 31 2009, 23:24 UTC
> "[ridiculous attacks universalized unfairly against an incredibly diverse group]... how many times do we have to discredit this shit?"
One could ask the same. One could ask the same.
Jun 01 2009, 06:12 UTC
I listened to most of it at work the other day...think the only idea that is salvageable from it is "counter-economics", but not in the sense that the author things.
A counter-economy of federated paracon collectives might be something worth wide. But I never know...
Jun 03 2009, 04:43 UTC