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[liberationtech] Bitcoin and The Public Function of Money

Pavol Luptak wilder at trip.sk
Tue Nov 20 09:08:40 PST 2012


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No, it's not their own fault.

But you cannot force people (using aggression) to help poor people. But you can ask them to do it and explain them why voluntary supporting poor people is really important.

Solidarity has to be voluntary, otherwise it's not ethical consistent.

Regarding pollution of rivers. In a free society you don't need to have a central authority to force people not to pollute rivers. Because there will be just a private property. So if you start to pollute my river, I will sue you (using decentralised free market legal system) and I will win, because you are damaging my own property.

Pavol


Dmytri Kleiner <dk at telekommunisten.net> wrote:
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>I mean it's their own fault they where born poor, right?
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