Saturday, January 07, 2017

A vision of what Hans-Hermann Hoppe's so-called ideal world would be like. UPDATED

Hans Herman Hoppe, has a vision of the world which he calls Anarcho-Capitalism and where there is no public government, but just private property, including streets, rivers etc.

He attacks both democracy and government is in his book, "Democracy: The God that Failed," published by Transaction Books at Rutgers Univ.

He is very much involved in the Ludwig von Mises Institute in Auburn, Alabama.

The Mises Institute is hostile to democracy.

I discuss Hoppe's book in depth in my book, "Pernicious: The Neo-Confederate Campaign against Social Justice in America."

Turns out there is a dystopian science fiction comic book where the story takes place in a world with the idea of no public government and everything being private property. I think in observing it we can see what the world advocated by Hoppe might be like.

It seems it is going to become a television show.

I think the television show will be a good antidote to the anti-democratic ideas of Hoppe and others. However, it won't educate the public that there are anti-democratic movements or make people aware that there is a neo-Confederate movement.

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