Manage episode 246560329 series 1411839
How can you remove government influence from your life? Find out in this episode. What's in the News with stories on a politician in the trash, police accessing DNA databases, cop attacks a quadruple amputee, Georgia executes a man without looking at all the evidence, Trump vape ban on hold, Massachusetts vape ban forfeiture, and annoying a cop now illegal. Finally, an Ask Me Anything segment where I answer your questions on the difference in state and government, doing anarchist things, was Marvin Heemeyer justified in his actions, would I vote for secession, and how to build up agorist communities.
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WHAT’S RUSTLING MY JIMMIES
I get asked all the time how to remove as much government from your lives as possible. As a matter of fact, in the Ask Me Anything segment this week, there is just such a question. Make sure to hand around towards the end of this episode to hear that one.
One thing I always say when asked that question is to reduce your need to use government products and services. The biggest one that fits this category is to reduce your use of Federal Reserve Notes and other government fiat money. This brings me to an article I've hung on to for a couple of months. It's not dated information and it's something I knew I would want to talk about. What better time to do it than now!
The article comes from Roger Ver's news.bitcoin.com site and is titled "Bitcoin Is a Viable Way to Remove the State From Your Life." Hell yeah! That's a title I can get behind! And, I agree with the sentiment 100%.WHAT'S IN THE NEWS
In how to treat politicians news, Vitaly Zhuravsky, a member of the Economic Development Party, in Kiev, Ukraine, is full of rubbish today, as an angry mob tossed the neatly dresses lawmaker into a trash can, dousing him with water and throwing more trash on top of him.
In some good news, under pressure from his political advisers and lobbyists to factor in the potential pushback from his supporters, Trump has resisted moving forward with any action on vaping, while saying he still wants to study the issue.
In related news, The Massachusetts House of Representatives approved a bill that would ban flavored e-cigarettes, impose a 75 percent excise tax on "electronic nicotine delivery systems" (including e-liquids as well as devices), and authorize forfeiture of cars driven by vapers caught with "untaxed" products.
I answer your questions on the difference in state and government, doing anarchist things, was Marvin Heemeyer justified in his actions, would I vote for secession, and how to build up agorist communities.