yeah, check out my other thread for the part of this discussion you are missing out on:
as for the "libertarian bug", I really think my system is pretty authoritarian:
1. the people and their leaders cannot change the law even in minutia, and cannot simply ignore it without severe punishment, either, they may only enforce what is already there.
2. punishment is both more lenient and harsher, because it's dependent upon the individuals who commit crimes, rather than the crimes themselves, some get out very shortly upon entering, others spend the rest of their lives in there, and yet others are put to death in a public and grotesque fashion.
I went the opposite direction, I used to be full-on NatSoc, then became more libertarian as I saw the value in "bottom-up eugenics", I never went full libertarian, but I used to be totally Authoritarian, National Socialist.
What changed was a lot of talking to people on various /pol/ boards, and some meditative thinking done in the shower.
I became NatSoc when I was first into politics, first due to edgyness, then due to actual research, and reading some books, I thought it was the ultimate system of government, not only were the policies so very new and innovative, but why else would the world conspire to destroy it?
Then eventually, as I got older, things played out as I described above in this thread, I've decided that full-on libertarian thinkers are wrong on a lot of things the NatSocs got right, but right on a lot of thing the NatSocs got wrong.
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