How To Prosecute Rather Than Convince


We have moral cause (genocide).
We have moral authority (a century of lies).
We have sufficient violence.
We have opportunity (loss of any credibility in the honesty of our opponents.)

So, we have means, motive and opportunity.

1) Prosecute people to demonstrate that they are liars and thieves.

2) Ask why they will not trade with you instead of lie, cheat and steal.

3) Tell them that if we disagree and they force no costs upon us, our kin, and our civilization, then that is merely an agreement to disagree. If they wish to trade what we wish for what they wish then that is merely an agreement to cooperate on means, even though we seek different ends. But if they will not respect what is ours and leave us in peace, will not compromise by trade, and instead seek to impose costs upon us, our kin, and our civilizations, by proxy via the force of government, or by deceit, or by conversion, or by invasion, or by violence, then it is only rational that we will resort ourselves to violence, displacement, deportation, enslavement, and truthfulness.

We are left with no choice but to prosecute enemies by punishment, expulsion, enslavement, or death.

This is what I mean by prosecution.

Curt Doolittle
The Propertarian Institute
Kiev, Ukraine.

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