There are no morally legitimate and rationally consistent anarcho-communist persons in the world.
@niclas i just wonder why there are to many of them. why are european anarchists nearly always the faux kind. can't be only history, the french had their own mutualism thing going after all. maybe it really all is the fault of indoctrination by the schools. *ramble
@bonifartius Although I always wanted to be left alone, do my own thing, not have a job (but customers) and hated all kinds of authority (state, religion, doctors, teachers,...), I didn't call myself an anarchist until about 10 years ago, because one one hand it stood for "chaos an mayhem" and when I looked it up, the first reference I came across were socialist communes and such.
Stefan Molyneux was the first I heard to mention anarcho-capitalism, and building the case from first principles.
Yes. The "social contract" doesn't need our approval/signature, because there is no way to "exit".
1. Passports; We "belong" to a country, and not allowed to reside in any other place than that country's geographic monopoly.
2. Taxes; Even if one is totally self sufficient in food and shelter, one has to pay property taxes. That means one need to interact with the rest of society, hence not self-sufficient.
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