Sunday, December 22, 2013

Two Questions for Gene:

I have a couple of questions.

1. What is your position on children having access to guns.

2. What is your position on individuals with criminal records purchasing firearms.

On the second question, I understand that you might want to frame your answer in the context of your well-documented anarchist viewpoint--keeping in mind that in your society, the criminal class would be eliminated by the elimination of law and order and civilization in general. But go ahead and answer anyway.
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Gene Chapman 1. Parents and guardians supervise children. The state is not needed to control children.
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Gene Chapman 2. In the Tolstoyan world order, there is no state, so there are no criminals, as such. There is a free market in my societal configuration, something that every economist will agree with. A fee market only exists in a stateless society. The control on the violent would be the counterbalance of a whole society without gun control laws. If a mass murderer were to arrive on the scene, he or she would not last long enough to become a mass murderer.