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The Non-Aggression Principle is an innate social construct within all of us. It is the guidepost for natural law. The principle rejects the initiation of force in all its various forms, and naturally, it does not bar victims of coercion from responding in self-defense.

Communities based on this principle are completely free from legal coercion and all human interactions are voluntary. They're often referred to as voluntaryist communities, recognizing that with voluntaryism the Non-Aggression Principle will be the final arbiter in detailing the type of "isms" that blossom.

Free societies are essential, not just for their efficiency at cultivating personal responsibility, self-sufficiency, prosperity, charity, and peace, but because self-ownership is the sovereign right of every individual in a humane society.

Our goal is to make clear that social issues of aggression, crime, poverty, healthcare, and environmental abuse are never solved politically; that the proper, most effective solutions will be found in a competitive free market - where individuals can freely pursue and support solutions that help them - as opposed to having costly and ineffective solutions forced upon them by the State.

We also raise awareness of issues that affect individual freedom and promote strategic actions like "agorism" that can peacefully replace tyranny with a free society.

Sharing a belief that free markets and voluntary social arrangements can be the basis of a peaceful and prosperous world, we members of various liberty-seeking organizations agree, as individuals, to cooperate, share information, and, as appropriate and practical, mutually support, or at least not impede, our varied and often sharply different efforts to increase individual freedom.” - Karl Hess


Political Activism: There are those who believe that political reform is the way to go, that we ought to work from within the system to gradually reduce the state's power until it can be successfully challenged by private concerns.

While this seems like the most sensible approach, it is costly, time-consuming, inefficient, and worse, it employs the same divisive tactic that has increased state power. Some argue that participation in the state's political apparatus serves nothing more than to legitimize it.   RELEVANT  LINKS:

 The Libertarian Party  is your representative in American politics. It is the only political organization which respects you as a unique and competent individual.

 FreedomWorks  makes it easy to hold your elected officials accountable in this fully interactive Action Center.

 Tenth Amendment Center  Nullification Activism: The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the States respectively, or to the people.

Restoration: Some believe that forced restoration is the only plausible method to limit the state to its constitutional purpose that safeguards “individual freedom.” Considering the extensive resources at the state's disposal the prospect for a successful outcome may seem dismal, but there are a multitude of encouraging factors to consider when assessing this last recourse.

It’s irrelevant whether liberty was achieved through a constitution, Objectivism, anarcho-capitalism, or voluntaryism; it must the same be secured directly by the people in a decentralized fashion. No free society can remain free without the education necessary to understand freedom and the vigilance to secure it.  RELEVANT  LINKS:

 A well regulated Militia  refers to “the Militia of the several states.” Each state’s Constitutional Militia must be fully independent; and thus, remain unfunded and unorganized by special interests. Ideally, the Governor of each state should be the militia’s respective commander unless the Governor’s political interests conflict with the values of a free state.

The duty of all patriots is to secure the US Constitution’s nonpartisan ideals of liberty. Should liberty be lost to the political corruption of a police state, responsible citizens shall face the propaganda for what it is, abandon politics for the Constitution, and take up arms for their Oath and honorable commitment to the security of a free state.

To assure government restraint in accordance with the US Constitution, it’s essential that state power is categorically exceeded by its state’s Constitutional Militia in organization, manpower, arms, and quality of training.  read more... 

 Militia Net  lists common and important questions about the militia - with straight forward answers.

 Constitutional Militia 
are State government institutions organized under statute, thoroughly civilian in character with full constitutional legal authority. Militia are largely outside the jurisdiction of the General Government, no contemporary form of "gun control" can be applied to them. Revitalizing "the Militia of the several States" is not advancing some "anti-government" agenda, but restoring constitutional self-government.

Agorism: Rather than force to achieve a voluntary society free of the state, many believe the best approach is to 'participate as a voluntary society' despite the state. In other words, ignore the state, withdraw consent, become self-sufficient, use alternative currencies, ignore tax codes, state regulations and licenses.

Agorists utilize concepts conciliated in Carl Watner's  Voluntaryist Resistance  or Samuel Konkin's  An Agorist Primer  to engage in this "counter-economics" as a strategy to build self-reliance and reduce state dependence.   RELEVANT  LINKS:

 Freedom Cells  are peer to peer groups organizing themselves in a decentralized manner with the collective goal of asserting the sovereignty of group members through peaceful resistance and the creation of alternative institutions.  may be used for the same purpose. However, its membership is based on location, not freedom.

Alternative currencies:  Cryptocurrency ,  Gold and Silver 

Markets:  listing ,  Agorist Marketplace ,  Phoenix Marketplace ,  AnarPlex 

Privacy and Encryption,
  - email:
 tutanota ,  sendinc ,  virtru 
  - cell phone:  Wickr ,  Telegram ,  Gliph ,  surespot ,  CoverMe ,  RedPhone 
  - cloud storage:  Storj ,  MadeSafe 
  - facebook:  MeWe ,  Minds ,  FreedomVine 
  - youtube:  DTube ,  BitChute ,  PewTube ,  DailyMotion , 
  - google search:  StartPage ,  Ecosia ,  Yippy 
  - web anonymizer:  smarthide ,  Web Anonymizer ,  anonymizer ,  Tor 
  - other:  Cell 411 ,  YaCy ,  Presearch 

The Non-Aggression Principle is an innate social construct within all of us that affirms the mutual right to self-ownership. It is the guidepost for natural law and authenticates a social contract of individual rights.

Ayn Rand: Individual Rights
A brilliant explanation of the natural rights of man, the free state, and the US Constitution's explicit intent to preserve individual freedom.

Fundamentals of Voluntaryism

Voluntaryism is the doctrine that relations among people should be by mutual consent, or not at all. It represents a means, an end, and an insight. Voluntaryism does not argue for the specific form that voluntary arrangements will take; only that force be abandoned so that individuals in society may flourish. As it is the means which determine the end, the goal of an all voluntary society must be sought voluntarily. People cannot be coerced into freedom.   c o n t i n u e . . .  

Murray Rothbard: Destroys a Common Statist Argument

Voluntaryist Resistance

The Voluntaryists are advocates of non-political strategies to achieve a free society. We reject electoral politics, both in theory and practice, as incompatible with libertarian principles. Governments must cloak their actions in an aura of moral legitimacy in order to sustain their power, and political methods invariably strengthen that legitimacy. Voluntaryists seek instead to delegitimize the State through education, and we advocate withdrawal of the cooperation and tacit consent on which State power ultimately depends. Voluntaryists are exclusively committed to using nonviolent strategies to oppose the State. The purpose of this paper is to show why this commitment is a function of voluntaryism and how voluntaryist resistance differs from conventional nonviolence theory.

I. What Is Voluntaryism?

Voluntaryism is a dual doctrine: a) the belief that all human interactions should be voluntary; and b) that the State is an inherently coercive institution, and therefore undeserving of any support. The voluntaryist understanding of the relationship between means and ends precludes both the use of electoral politics and violence. This is the distinguishing mark of voluntaryism, that we are, at once, both nonviolent and nonelectoral.

Voluntaryism is at once an end, a means, and an insight. It signifies the goal of an all voluntary society, one in which all interaction between individuals is based on voluntary exchange, and thus calls for the abolition of the State. Voluntaryism represents a way of achieving significant social change without resort to politics or violent revolution.    c o n t i n u e . . .  

Ron Paul: Voluntaryist

The American Militia

. . . look to the past for guidelines about a free society's ideal defense, they must pass over the traditional militia system. Despite its appealing decentralist rhetoric and its close ties with the American Revolution, it was from the very core a coercive system, one clearly inimical to liberty. Instead, they should cast their eyes upon the volunteer militia of the Jacksonian period. Although maligned by military historians, forgotten by all others, and corrupted by post-Civil War statism, it is the one military precedent that most closely embodies libertarian precepts.
- Jeffrey Rogers Hummel

The American Militia and the Origin of Conscription: A Reassessment

The militia system was originally transplanted to the American colonies from England. At the outset, it was grounded in the principle of universal obligation. Practices differed widely from colony to colony, but everywhere the militia had two coercive elements. First, it enrolled every able-bodied male between certain ages (usually sixteen to sixty), with only a few exemptions.

Case for a Voluntary Society

The Voluntary Society

Voluntaryists Misconceptions

VOLUNTARYISM Individuals for a Voluntaryist Society Born Sovereign 2024