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Do statists contradict themselves?

Statism is rich in self-contradictions. Self-contradictions are self-refutations. Learn statist self-contradictions. Share them with others.

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We advocate planting Mental Depth Charges in the subconscious mindMental Levers are excellent tools for this purpose.

By the way, calling someone a “statist” is not name-calling. Statists advocate a philosophy called statism. Statism is the belief that it’s morally justifiable to initiate coercive force. In their view, the government’s purpose is the advancement of their social or political goals.

Today’s offerings focus on statist self-contradictions…

We urge you to cause cognitive dissonance as a first step to social change.

Cognitive dissonance is internal confusion caused by the discovery of contradictory beliefs. This confusion causes stress that seeks resolution.

Exposing self-contradictions can induce dissonance. Therefore…

  • Learn about these statist self-contradictions.
  • Gently share them with others.

Once planted in peoples’ minds these ideas will begin to work subconsciously, leading to gradual change over time.

The Zero Aggression Project’s Mental Levers are mini-articles that present key libertarian ideas in bite-size chunks. Absorb them. Use them. Share them with others. Indeed…

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ZAP The State and have a nice day,

Jim Babka
Zero Aggression Project

By: Jim Babka

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