Creating Millions of Victims Annually

If today is an average day, approximately 35,000 Americans will be kidnapped, chained, and caged (at least temporarily) by government employees before the day is over. The pretext in at least 2,000 of these events will involve exclusively the possession of a banned plant. 3 or 4 people will likely be killed by the police today as well. It could even be one of the 1 or 2 days each month in which someone is intentionally poisoned to death by the state in retribution for an action which occurred decades ago.

Of course, if you are one of the 2.2 million Americans already behind bars or one of the 4.8 million on probation or parole, you are probably already well aware of the dangers. While the statistical data is incomplete (and likely intentionally obfuscated), it appears that the average American male is more likely than not to be arrested at some point in their life. One study found that 1/3 of Americans are arrested at least once by age 23.

What is critical to understand is that a majority of the state’s victims don’t face these evils because they actually hurt someone. They simply made choices that politicians or their hired enforcers didn’t like.

The greatest danger that you face as an American is not terrorism or violent crime or immigration or North Korea or Iran or climate change or loss of medical insurance or any of the other things the media and politicians tell you to fear—it’s your own government and the maliciously evil criminal prosecution system it has created to destroy you.

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Parrish Miller has worked as a web designer, policy analyst, blogger, journalist, digital media manager, and social media marketing consultant. Having been largely cured of his political inclinations, he now finds philosophy more interesting than politics and is focused particularly on alternative ideas such as counter-economics, agorism, voluntaryism, and unschooling.