Nobody asked but …

The conditioned citizen, when confronted with a problem, will hasten to ask “how will the government handle this?”  The thoughtful individual voluntaryist will ask instead “what is the problem?”  Can the problem be addressed without government intervention?  The government intervenes so much because many do not address a problem, but relegate it to some statist function or functionary.  The government, the state, has no choice concerning whether to intervene.  Once having intervened, the state has no choice but to show a disposition of whatever problem was found or fabricated.

— Kilgore Forelle


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