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Some will not live to see it. You wear different clothes and have different hairstyles, and you think that makes you different, yet all your minds are enslaved to the same club of masters and controllers. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account.

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Want to Read saving…. There have been radicals preaching it for thousands of years. Several years ago, I llarken one pompous evangelical jackass in particular pontificating on the radio that anyone who disobeys the civil authority, be it a king or any other government, is engaging in rebellion against God—those were lqrken exact words he used. What’s most insidious is the mundane tyranny of the state’s agents that people encounter virtually every day — creepy TSA agents, petty cops, corrupt politicians, and exacting IRS officials.

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There are no discussion topics iorn this book yet. Notify me of new posts by email. On the one hand, you teach the young slaves that violence is never the answer, yet out of the other side of your mouths, you advocate that everyone and everything, everywhere and at all times, be controlled, monitored, taxed, and regulated through the force of government.

Other reviewers called it a page turner and I certainly agree. Published first published March 18th You advocate theft, harassment, assault, and even murder, but accept no responsibility for doing so. Wow, awesome Love the way the principles of liberty are spelled out, the myth of authority is debunked and the inaugural speech was the bee’s knees.

Throughout history, the perpetual suffering and injustice, occurring on an incomprehensible scale—it was all because of people just like parken You think these crooks are the ones who make civilization possible? If there ever was a devil, the state is it. The Great American Experiment is faltering. Greg Clark rated it it was amazing Apr 27, Quotes from The Iron Web. Poorly-crafted characters; implausible situations and plot developments; charact I got half-way through, and put it down.

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You close your eyes and run away when a hint of reality lands in front of you. Rpse use violence only to defend ourselves against someone who initiates violence against us. Like Atlas Shrugged, this is a novel of ideas, powerful ones.


Thanks for telling us about the problem. But the frauds who claim the right to rule you, and demand your subservience and obedience, they deserve only your scorn and contempt. Aubree rated it it was amazing Jan 21, When the state uses violence, you imagine it to be inherently righteous and just.

All Jessica wanted to do to ifon her 19th birthday was go camping and test karken her skills navigating with a GPS.

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We detest the alternative: Nicki rated it it was amazing Nov 18, And you, you nation of sheep, would rather die than see the truth. And a young woman who knows little, and cares even less, about politics and national affairs is cast into the center of this conflict by a cruel twist of fate. Do you ever actually think about the words that you hear, the words that you repeat?

Aug 06, Jessica rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: And if anyone resists, they are, in your eyes, contemptible lowlifes—lawless, terrorist criminals. What altered was his awareness, and Larken’s aim is to shift the readers’.