Democracy VS Voluntaryism VS Protectorate! – How To END Statism with G. Edward Griffin

During an interview Josh Sigurdson conducted with G. Edward Griffin, Josh asks Mr. Griffin about the many problems with the collectivist paradigm we call democracy and how to overcome the religion of statism.
First, Griffin goes into the problems, two wolves and a sheep deciding what to have for dinner, the notion that the majority can enforce its will one the rest of the populace because some cartel we call government says so.
From there, Griffin goes into voluntaryism and explains his theory of a protectorate. A protectorate would be an entity meant to simply protect the populace and nothing else. This somewhat conflicts with the idea of a voluntary society based on the private contract with individuals “signing the agreement” voluntarily to live in said society.

Let us know what you think of the theories raised in this video. Don’t forget to check the FULL interview on our channel!

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Video edited by Josh Sigurdson

G. Edward Griffin
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Graphics by Bryan Foerster and Josh Sigurdson

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  • Eric

    voluntary income tax. block chain binding of government funds down to each penny. voluntary income tax can be allocated as the taxpayer chooses. tracking of where the money goes until it leaves the government. “skin in the game” concept to take part in the direction of the society. laws against welfare, strictly prohibited. charity encouraged but never mandated.

  • 2 creation stories

    democracy can work if you only allow the people who contribute to the society to vote such as property owners and taxpayers. it used to be like this in America until cunning politicians gave women the right to vote without having too pay taxes ,signing up for the draft ,and or volunteering to fight fires Etc. women could always vote they just had to prove they did one or all of those things just like a man did. in summary politicians didn’t give women the right to vote what they did is give everybody even people who don’t contribute to society the right to vote or I say the ability for the politician to buy their vote. the non-productive always outnumber the productive

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