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How many of you have any hope or faith in the statists changing?

There is always hope.  It is what inspires us to learn, to change for the better, and to persevere.


It is one half of the reason why most of us who don't voluntarily perpetuate unwarranted acts of aggression-i.e. government-don't immediately utilize or justify violent retaliation against those who do all the time; why we don't just kill statists. 


Yes, the other half of that reason for most of us is that there would be immediate violent retaliation from the statist community; but the truth is that there is some value in trying to help them.  If we are observant and diligent we learn by engaging them.  We teach by engaging them.  We may fall or we may rise, but we know we walk the far more righteous path because we afford for them continual chances until there is nothing further to give.


And yet that becomes the statists' greatest strength.  Of those who think deeply and perpetuate their cause, they know that we will not strike them until we have garnered an equivalent support to theirs.


Should that ever happen openly...WAR or conversion will be the case for many.  So many are fickle in their beliefs but so many are so steadfast.  Yet hope is what teaches us to continue striving for our individual goals; when combined together are they the same at the root for all of Humanity:  To survive and prosper.


The majority of statists just want to survive and prosper for all of humanity but fail to recognize that justifying just a little evil perpetuates their problems and keeps them in a constant state of damage control until they decide to succumb to the bitterness of their shaken pride and lash out.  Many don't want to recognize that violating consent is their entire problem.


Yet, all the while they strut and cluck and make a mess of any debate, they clamor and cling to a false sense of superiority through helping others that doesn't recognize that their foundation is constructed on intellectual negligence; of a blatant rejection of absolute voluntary consent by others to accept their positions. 


But who can honestly blame so many and condemn them so vigorously since they were taught just as many of us were taught; by indoctrination and unwarranted coercion.  While we don't have to take the hits because we share a common goal, our individual survival, it potentially is to our fantastic benefit in a matter of just a few generations that we choose to take the hits and be on the look out to teach those willing to listen, engage those willing to almost be civil, and to let our voices be heard; for we don't know who is listening, be them good or ill favored.  Again we don't have to do this.  We can let them all die and trip over their continuously flawed ideologies that reject consent.  But do we honestly think that such individual who are willing to justify violating our consent will leave us alone if we disperse even further, if we actually disperse among the stars?


No.  Or we are fooling ourselves if we think otherwise.


Always there is hope even if it is so tiny of a sliver.  But in the 1800s a man once said this:


“My experience of men has neither disposed me to think worse of them nor indisposed me to serve them; nor, in spite of the failures which I lament, of errors which I now see and acknowledge, or of the present aspect of affairs, do I despair of the future. The truth is this: The march of Providence is so slow and our desires so impatient; the work of progress so immense and our means of aiding it so feeble; the life of humanity is so long, that of the individual so brief, that we often see only the ebb of the advancing wave and are thus discouraged. It is history that teaches us to hope.”






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