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2006 10 06 The state is a power junkie. Its appetite for power is insatiable. 50% of the power isn’t enough: 100% wouldn’t be enough.
I like the dream about the skinny cows eating the fat cows and remaining skinny.
I’m familiar with that, all too.
School is an institution were the citizenry are habituated to being helpless dolls for the state. School deludes us to believe that the state taking every opportunity to grab more power from the people is inevitable if not normal.
Excuse me for now please, but I intend to make time to relate my statements to an essay using some of the same diction by Albert Jay Nock: Our Enemy, The State.
The baby needs a parent, needs somebody, to do things for it. So does the toddler. But the point should be to be weaning the child from dependence, not knocking it down at every opportunity to make it ever more dependent.
Eventually the public won’t be able to do anything for itself, the state will go bankrupt, and man will starve, not a single muscle working.