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Degen Earthfast is fluent in his native language English and speaks, reads and writes at a professional level. He has also studied Italian and Spanish academically for education, employment, and traveling. he is trying to learn Romanian and is a student of Anglish See The Anglish Moot.
"There are four hundred meanings to the word Ook." Terry Pratchett
This User is most definately a Minarchist!!!
In civics, minarchism (sometimes called minimal statism, small government, or limited-government libertarianism) refers to a political ideology which maintains that the state's only legitimate function is the protection of individuals from aggression. Minarchists defend the existence of the state as a necessary evil, but assert that it may only act to protect the life, liberty, and property of each individual.
A minarchist state would therefore consist of very few branches/parts of government, in the most minimal way - such as, for an example, courts (but not necessarily). Generally, minarchists identify themselves within the broader propertarian libertarian movement.
"...apart from the sanitation, medicine, education, wine, public order, irrigation, roads, the fresh water system and public health, what have the Romans ever done for us?"
"They made it safe to walk the streets at night." "Remember what it was like here before?", "Yeah, it wasn't safe to walk the streets at night." and "Lets face it, only the Romans could keep peace in a place like this."
An oxymoron? I remember that the Soviet Union and Communist China were once, and some would say still are, "the" Evil empires of the world. I remember seeing the Fall of the Berlin Wall on TV. The cold war fascinates me, what if we still had the Soviet Union, what would the world be like today? Would Soviet citizens be allowed on the Internet? Would they write blogs? I like how they were always trying to copy the west. Here is a table with a list of examples:
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- Rob Miller. An introduction to minarchism. Homeland Stupidity.
- Marcus, B.K. BlackCrayon.com: Dictionary: Definition of "minarchism"
- Gregory, Anthory.The Minarchist's Dilemma. Strike The Root. 10 May 2004.
- An Anarchist's Proposal for Limited Constitutional Government -- Minarchy vs. Anarchy. Strike The Root. 3 March 2005