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Quote 857

As it is useful that while mankind are imperfect there should be different opinions, so is it that there should be different experiments of living; that free scope should be given to varieties of character, short of injury to others; and that the worth of different modes of life should be proved practically, when any one thinks fit to try them. It is desirable, in short, that in things which do not primarily concern others, individuality should assert itself.

   --  John Stuart Mill

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Quote 808

Posit the creation of a monocentric international or “one-world” court system and police force to supplant the several governments, legal systems, police forces, and armies of today. Would you favor or oppose such a change and why? Very few would favor such a system largely because of their quite reasonable fear of enforcement abuse and their inability to flee to competing jurisdictions should abuses occur. Most everyone can well imagine the awful consequences of such a monocentric system erring or abusing its powers. These same fears should apply to national monopolies in law enforcement or adjudication—albeit with somewhat diminished force since some people have the ability to flee if a single country becomes too tyrannical.

   --  Randy Barnett

World bank

Ron Paul on World bank

  • The world bank promotes managed trade
  • Western governments tax their citizens to finance the world bank, which lend this money on to fund 3rd world dictators.
  • It is a transfer from the poor to the rich, as governments so often do
  • The world bank is no longer necessary, the market is big enough