“Take the Clinton pledge"

James Corbett suggests that disillusioned voters consider the possibility that voting is not ‘democracy” and that there are other ways to peacefully and legitimately influence society for the better.

Is the idea of a “voluntarist” society simply impracticable and illusory or something truly viable? Those interested can read his show notes here and visit his site on Wednesday for more in-depth discussion of these questions.


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Norman Pilon
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“Is the idea of a “voluntarist” society simply impracticable and illusory or something truly viable?” It is, of course, illusory. Oh, you might be able to make a go of something small, on the scale of a commune involving a handful of people on a farm somewhere; but were your “voluntarist” society begin to grow as a fashion to the point where Western style corporations began to perceive it as a potential or possible encroachment on their prerogatives, you’d be dealt with in due course. Just ask any society that today tries, or yesterday tried, to go its own way?… Read more »

Shirley Gallaugher
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If Clinton (& Soros) are behind the street riots, you better be glad she did not win the election. She and her party have not listened to the public and continue to dance to the drum of international, globalist elites. She has no interest in what is best for the US people. This is evil at its core!

Arrby
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James is preaching to the converted, as he notes, so why should he refer to the Democratic Party as the “Left”?

Eurasia News Online
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There is no “left” in USA whatsoever. Just a huge bunch of pretenders and corrupt greedy “intellectuals”