Is Running For President An Act of Aggression?

By Derrick Broze

Derrick Broze discusses the reasons why running for president seem incompatible with voluntaryist, anarchist, and agorist values. Also, it may just be a bad use of resources. What’s more valuable to invest your time in, growing a garden or campaigning for presidential politics?

Derrick Broze is an investigative journalist and liberty activist. He is the Lead Investigative Reporter and the founder of the Follow him on Twitter. Email derrick @ for interviews.

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4 Comments on "Is Running For President An Act of Aggression?"

  1. They should have a wrestle off – winner take all.

  2. Derrick: I fear you are slipping into doing that which I witnessed of many libertarians in the late ’80s… “arguing about how many angels are dancing on a pinhead”. Obviously Kokesh is using “running” for president as a means to sell his book and spread the voluntyrist ideology. KNOWING that he won’t win, pretty much secures the activity is not an “act of aggression”. In either case, he will have a good excuse to get in front of many folks to build a data base, and do whatever marketing is needed to build agorist communities. Right now, at best the voluntarist “community” is still in cyberspace and not really “doing business together”.

  3. The title of this article is highly misleading, as if Trump is an aggressor equally with Hillary. Hillary’s record is clear on supporting every war and aggression during her political career, and although Trump says he wants a strong military, he opposed the Iraq war soon after it started and wants to “get along” with Russia, something Clinton does not want to do, she wants to start WWIII. I don’t get the Libertarian point of view with its incredible lack of empirical facts and analysis, and Gary Johnson is a total nut.


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