Tuesday, October 31, 2006

The Anti-Electorate Manifesto

[Written and first published in 1992.]

We, the Anti-Electorate, do not believe there is a need for “strong leadership” in government.

We are not drawn to “intellectual” authorities and political “heroes.”

We are not impressed with titles, ranks, and pecking orders — politicians, celebrities, and gurus.

We do not struggle for control of organizations, social circles, and government.

We do not lobby the State for favors or permission to control those with whom we disagree.

Rather, we advocate freedom.

By its very nature, the State does not.

Exercise your right to say “No!” to the warfare-welfare system.

Refuse to vote. Then tell your friends why.


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