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Sunday, February 26, 2006

Enforcing an Abortion Ban

It doesn't have to require extensive government regulations but can be done partly privately.

2 Comments:

Anonymous real libertarian said...

"a civil servant in the northern Indian state"

"A 24-hour helpline enables villagers to call"


It is not surprising that right wing had learned another page from Stalin's textbook, and even less surprising that so-called "libertarians" are cheerleading for them.

Remember - for every action, there is a reaction and every measure nas a countermeasure.



"Suddenly - a suicide.
In the Diciplinary Barracks...a man was found hanging. The bosses were not greatly upset; they cut him down and wheeled him off to the scrap heap. A rumor went around the work team. The man was an informer.

He hadn't hanged himself. He had been hanged.

As a lesson to the rest.

"Kill the snitch!" That was it, the vital link! A knife in the heart of the snitch! Make knives and cut snitches' throats - that was it! "



Alexander Solhzenitsyn, The Gulag Archipelago

12:25 PM  
Blogger Joseph said...

If information wants to be free, doesn't that include who slices up unborn children?

Of course, that also includes information on the identity of snitches... and the people who stab snitches...

Yes. I have been reading The Transparent Society. Why do you ask?

6:09 PM  

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