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CHAPTER ELEVEN

ADDITIONAL THINGS YOU CAN DO ABOUT IT

But those who look into the perfect law, the law of liberty, and persevere, being not hearers who forget but doers who act - they will be blessed in their doing.
James 1, verse 25

"As a corollary to the proposition that all institutions must be subordinated to the law of equal freedom, we cannot choose but admit the right of the citizen to adopt a condition of voluntary outlawry. If every man has freedom to do all that he wills, provided he infringes not the equal freedom of any other man, then he is free to drop connection with the state - to relinquish its protection, and to refuse paying toward its support. It is self-evident that in so behaving he in no way trenches [encroaches] upon the liberty of others; for his position is a passive one; and whilst passive he cannot become an aggressor. It is equally self-evident that he cannot be compelled to continue [to be a member] of a political corporation, without a breach of moral law, seeing that citizenship involves a payment of taxes; and the taking away of a man's property against his will, is an infringement of his rights. Government being simply an agent employed in common by a number of individuals to secure to them certain advantages, the very nature of the connection implies that it is for each to say whether he will employ such an agent or not. If any one of them determines to ignore this mutual-safety confederation, nothing can be said except that he loses all claim to its good offices, and exposes himself to the danger of maltreatment - a thing he is quite at liberty to do if he likes. He cannot be coerced into political combination without a breach of the law of equal freedom; he can withdraw from it without committing any such breach; and he has therefore a right so to withdraw."
Herbert Spencer, 1844

Discover and Develop Your Freedom
See Report #05: How to Discover Your Freedom and Discourse of Voluntary Servitude.

And you, O mortal, do not be afraid of their words, though briers and thorns surround you and you live among scorpions; do not be afraid of their words, and do not be dismayed at their looks.
Ezekiel 2, verse 6

Safeguard Your Income And Assets Against Economic Rape
See Report #01: Introductory Freedom Guide, #18: Why You Need Gold, Silver, and Alternative Banking, and The Pure Trust Package.


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