Thursday, December 19, 2013

Letter to R. Lee Wrights

Gene Chapman
P. O. Box 295545
Lewisville, Texas 75029

December 19, 2013

Mr. R. Lee Wrights

Dear Mr. Wrights:

Please add these three books to your personal library, as a Christmas present from me. (I do mean, Merry Christmas, and I do thank for your service to libertarianism.)

My objective, as a candidate for Texas Governor, is to unify the two basic veins of libertarianism into a powerful movement that crosses all previous boundaries:  1) The state-centric vein (the LP proper) and 2) The vast untapped philosophical anarchist vein (Buddhists, Gandhians, Tolstoyan Christians, Rothbardians, Rockwellians, etc.).

Leo Tolstoy’s famous book, “The Kingdom Of God Is With You,” is the book that transformed the lawyer M. K. Gandhi into the Mahatma (Great Soul) of India and caused him to abandon his temporal law practice in favor of practicing law eternal on the British Empire.  These are the ideas  that made Mahatma Gandhi the Father of India, Nelson Mandela  the Father of South Africa and gave Martin Luther King, Jr. the world’s most famous dream.  (Note:  I do not agree with any of these three men in total.)  Tolstoy unifies the 82% of Americans who profess faith in Jesus Christ with anarchism, one of the two basic veins of libertarianism.

Economist Murray N. Rothbard (“Mr. Libertarian”) was one of two protégés of Ludwig von Mises. (The other was F. A. Hayek, the Nobel laureate who penned “The Road to Serfdom.”)  Rothbard’s book, “For A New Liberty:  The Libertarian Manifesto,” is a holistic presentation of libertarianism, resulting, according to Rothbard, in a “stateless society.”

Together, Tolstoy and Rothbard dovetail into the rational promotion of a libertarian stateless society driven by conscience.  The 1.2 billion Christians on earth call it, “The Kingdom,” an extremely popular concept in even the highest religious circles (from Billy Graham to the 14th Dalai Lama).  Milton Friedman called it, “Hong Kong,” a raging economic engine in a libertarian stateless society.

Tolstoy abolishes Zionism, Christian Zionism, taxation, prison systems, temporal law (including abortion law – for and against and state sanctioned marriage -- gay and straight), gun control, etc., all based on the words of Jesus Christ.   And Rothbard backs him up with the arguments of a Mises Institute economist of the highest caliber.

If you make me the Texas LP nominees for Texas Governor, I will be positioned to shred Gregg Abbott’s Mosaic Law foundations in the general election, assuming I have not already made him into a libertarian with this same book packet.

I just saw a couple of nights ago, while channel surfing, the most influential Christian Zionist in the world, Pastor John Hagee, quoting Tolstoy on nationwide tv.  Who do you think got him, of all people, quoting Tolstoy?

I look forward to your support, as we move the world toward a less state-centric place and into the prosperity of Milton Friedman’s Hong Kong.

Most respectfully,

Gene Chapman
Tolstoyan-Gandhian Libertarian Candidate for Texas Governor
[Endorsed by Dr. Noam Chomsky (Intellectual of the Age) and Dr. Ravindra Kumar (World’s Most Prominent Gandhian Intellectual)]

Enclosed:  1)  “The Kingdom Of God Is Within You,” by Leo Tolstoy.
                   2)  “The Slavery of Our Times,” by Leo Tolstoy.
                   3)  “For A New Liberty:  The Libertarian Manifesto,” by Murray N. Rothbard.