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Friday, September 11, 2009

My First Blog Post on the Fr33 Agents Network

A new place I'm blogging at is the Fr33 Agents Network, which is a online group of Anarchists, libertarians, and others opposed to statism and dedicated to activism to promote liberty. My first piece was published today and concerns the relationship between poverty and Government policies. More specifically, it explores the ways the Government's harmful actions during economic downturns betray the claims of statists that the state is there to protect and aid those in the working class or poor communities. This is an excerpt:

With Friends Like These…
If you want to know whose side the Government is on just look at what they do during the bad times, and more importantly, who they do it to. In the current downturn, it didn’t take long for people to figure out the value of direct sales, either online (Ebay, Craigslist, etc.) or through yard sales, to earn extra money and/or acquire necessary things cheaply. Neither did it take long for the Government to announce that they would be cracking down on this newly blossoming marketplace which overwhelmingly benefits the everyday citizen. In truth, the Government is there to serve certain people...(continue)

So, you should head over to the Fr33 Agents Network to read the rest of this post and while there you should browse though some of the other authors' blog posts. I would also suggest you sign up for the Freedom Activist Network (F.A.N.), which is a social network associated with Fr33 Agents. There is a lot of discussion and organizing around anti-statist topics and activities by likeminded people.
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Arizona Atheist said...

This is an excellent article. I've said it over and over again how the government does more harm than good and this is just another good example. Great blog!

Kelly W. Patterson said...

Thanks a ot for reading it,

Absolutely, they know who their masters are and where their real paychecks come from.

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