An•arch•ei noun One with no ruler.
I am an individualist, I accept that the collective does not exist. I am an atheist, I accept that gods cannot logically exist in reality. I am a voluntaryist, I accept the immorality of violent orderless social organisation. I am a vegetarian, I accept that killing animals is not in line with the non—aggression principle. I am also a fairly decent writer, photographer, web designer, and graphic artist. Read More

Why do you need ‘X’?

Note: A
newer version of this poster set is available.

I put these together after seeing a rather good quotable line on Tumblr in response to the “why do you need guns” question. I added my own twist to it with the first aid quip. These questions get to the heart of the issue at hand: Whose life is it anyway? If your life belongs to you, then you are free to decide how you deal with emergencies such as fire, injury, or crime is in your hands and no one has the right to take that away from you. If your life does not belong to you, then you are a slave whose life is in the hands of agents of the state. These agents have no interest in keeping you alive, or your possessions safe, beyond what they can extract from you through the force or fraud of state power, namely taxation.

Why do you need ‘X’?
Note: A newer version of this poster set is available.
I put these together after seeing a rather good quotable line on Tumblr in response to the “why do you need guns” question. I added my own twist to it with the first aid quip. These questions get to the heart of the issue at hand: Whose life is it anyway? If your life belongs to you, then you are free to decide how you deal with emergencies such as fire, injury, or crime is in your hands and no one has the right to take that away from you. If your life does not belong to you, then you are a slave whose life is in the hands of agents of the state. These agents have no interest in keeping you alive, or your possessions safe, beyond what they can extract from you through the force or fraud of state power, namely taxation. Why do you need ‘X’?
Note: A newer version of this poster set is available.
I put these together after seeing a rather good quotable line on Tumblr in response to the “why do you need guns” question. I added my own twist to it with the first aid quip. These questions get to the heart of the issue at hand: Whose life is it anyway? If your life belongs to you, then you are free to decide how you deal with emergencies such as fire, injury, or crime is in your hands and no one has the right to take that away from you. If your life does not belong to you, then you are a slave whose life is in the hands of agents of the state. These agents have no interest in keeping you alive, or your possessions safe, beyond what they can extract from you through the force or fraud of state power, namely taxation. Why do you need ‘X’?
Note: A newer version of this poster set is available.
I put these together after seeing a rather good quotable line on Tumblr in response to the “why do you need guns” question. I added my own twist to it with the first aid quip. These questions get to the heart of the issue at hand: Whose life is it anyway? If your life belongs to you, then you are free to decide how you deal with emergencies such as fire, injury, or crime is in your hands and no one has the right to take that away from you. If your life does not belong to you, then you are a slave whose life is in the hands of agents of the state. These agents have no interest in keeping you alive, or your possessions safe, beyond what they can extract from you through the force or fraud of state power, namely taxation.

Why do you need ‘X’?

Note: A newer version of this poster set is available.

I put these together after seeing a rather good quotable line on Tumblr in response to the “why do you need guns” question. I added my own twist to it with the first aid quip. These questions get to the heart of the issue at hand: Whose life is it anyway? If your life belongs to you, then you are free to decide how you deal with emergencies such as fire, injury, or crime is in your hands and no one has the right to take that away from you. If your life does not belong to you, then you are a slave whose life is in the hands of agents of the state. These agents have no interest in keeping you alive, or your possessions safe, beyond what they can extract from you through the force or fraud of state power, namely taxation.

Redbubble

Notes

  1. xo-skyisthelimit reblogged this from anarchei
  2. joshbhall reblogged this from thetinygungirl
  3. bringiton911 reblogged this from mysemperfidelis
  4. ziyumatt reblogged this from mysemperfidelis
  5. mysemperfidelis reblogged this from thetinygungirl and added:
    Worth the read.
  6. chyzhykova reblogged this from anarchei
  7. aceventura420 reblogged this from anarchei
  8. sylph-politics reblogged this from sylphaeon
  9. brambleberrycottage reblogged this from whatnotandwhatnot
  10. justhebeatinsidemysoul reblogged this from anarchei and added:
    A police officer told me the average rate for a response to a 911 call is 15-20 minutes and that’s not on a busy day. On...
  11. marilyhearts reblogged this from political-dissonance
  12. political-dissonance reblogged this from conservagal and added:
    Excellent points!
  13. aeonik reblogged this from thetinygungirl
  14. makeitfaster reblogged this from thetinygungirl
  15. dnihebmorf reblogged this from thetinygungirl
  16. the-abandoned-13 reblogged this from freedom-inc
  17. paragonikathryn reblogged this from the-liberty-republican
  18. scooter337 reblogged this from thetinygungirl
  19. viperonetwoactual reblogged this from lumberingjack
  20. sadfacecharles reblogged this from thetinygungirl
  21. yourpoliticsarestupid reblogged this from runningrepublican
  22. iates reblogged this from laliberty
  23. mirjade reblogged this from freedom-inc
  24. official-arcticmonkeys reblogged this from jpral
  25. socialsecuirtycard reblogged this from cobra-23