I’ve been called a racist twice in the past few months. What makes these accusations truly fascinating is that I never talk about race, especially not in the two posts that prompted the name-callings.
Considering the attention my post about immigration received I felt necessary to expand on the subject. It is an important one because it touches on a number of fundamental questions about the nature of liberty. I will discuss them in several parts, starting with my personal stories.
I linked in my previous post to this Facebook post about immigration and the ensuing conversation that prompted this post.
The subject is ‘hot’ thanks to Donald Trump, but it is also one that I wanted to discuss for a very long time, as it is the only subject where my position is at odds with the position of many libertarians.
Reading with my coffee in the morning, within twenty minutes, I was confronted with a week’s worth of stupidity. I couldn’t help noticing a system in their nature.
Before I share them with you, let me give you my definition of what ‘stupid’ is – or to be more precise, what ‘stupid’ means to me.