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No State Project

Our main objective is to organise a group of individuals that support the principles of voluntaryism and create a society free from statism.

Website: http://www.freedomireland.com
Location: Ireland
Members: 31
Latest Activity: Oct 20, 2016

The Irish No State Project

As runaway governments all across the world expand relentlessly and intrude into every area of our lives taxing us for the pleasure of their incompentence and failures we question the need for these monsterosities?

A large number of people have come to the conclusion that the concept of government is an immoral and unnecessary way of organising society. If you are one of these people and if you believe in empowering the individual to live in autonomous communities then this project is for you!

This is your chance to be part of one of the greatest leaps forward in human organisation, a move to a society free from the initation of coersion. Endless amounts of human potential will be born and released here because of this freedom. For anyone with a deep passion for freedom and a love of humanity this is unmissable.

The Irish No State Projects goal is to move 10,000 liberty minded individuals to a county in Ireland to begin the transition to a stateless society. First we will be looking to gain 5,000 commitments to the project. Then we will have a vote to decide on the most disirable county to concentrate on moving to.

Freedom Ireland is a project for individuals that believe that real lasting freedom can only be achieved through virtue, reason and truth. The main objective of Freedom Ireland is to organise a group of individuals that support the principles of voluntaryism and create a society free from statism.

Our philosophy is based on the moral principal of Non- Aggression. We view the initiation of aggression as immoral and see it as an illegitimate way to organise society. Since the government initiates aggression in the form of taxation, and through immoral legislation that assaults the individual to the point where he is fined or imprisoned for peaceful life choices. We believe that first people must become aware of the immorality of government and then we can eagerly begin to create what we already have in our personal lives, a society free from coercion.

Topics discussed range from self knowledge to economics to achieving a free society.


Irish No State Project & Freedom Ireland

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Is this group active?

Started by Horus. Last reply by Paul Apr 24, 2013. 4 Replies

I was just wondering is this group still active and if so who is the driving force behind it?Continue

Who would be the 5,000 commitments to the project

Started by José Flor Nov 11, 2012. 0 Replies

Are you saying that the right person from any country could the the perfect one to join? Kind regards José António Flor de SousaContinue

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Comment by Marcy on May 30, 2013 at 13:25

There is a new group that libertarians and those that wish to make the state significantly smaller have created over on Politics.ie

The group is called Libertaire.

I would recommend anyone that identifies with this goal to make an account and join the group. Thus far there are 23 members but with the number of invites sent out it looks like that number will expand into the 60's+ over the coming weeks. It's a start.

We are far too stretched out across a broad range of mediums. We need to come together all in one place and Politics.ie is an extremely active site which we can "invade" with our opinions on the state, what it does wrong etc. We need to get the word out.

There is no point in debating among ourselves. We need to engage those that are still blind. And we need to win those debates.
Again, I ask you to sign up to Politics.ie and join the group so that we can spread the message of liberty. I hope to see as many of you there over the coming days. Meet like mided people and have a good laugh. Thank you

Comment by omjohn on March 1, 2013 at 9:03

Thanks youngdan, I had seen it before but still worth watching it again.Stefan is not a pacifist,like me he reserves the right to defend himself and family.

Comment by youngdan on March 1, 2013 at 1:22

The video at the top of the page called "The Sunset of the State".

There is an initative called The Citadel planned for 7000 families in a remote county in Idaho

https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&sou...

There is about 10000 people living in this county so if it got built then they could vote their own sheriff. The Sheriff is supposed to be the top law in any county and could arrest any federal agent. What would actually happen would remain to be seen but I would assume that he would have about 5000 in his posse if 7000 families move there.

Comment by omjohn on February 28, 2013 at 9:42

Youngdan, what is that video you refer to can you give me a link cheers

Comment by omjohn on February 28, 2013 at 9:40

Comment by youngdan on February 27, 2013 at 22:37

i watched that video and liked it until the very end where the person threw away his sword. I not know how anyone could consider themselves free men if they do not keep the most basic of human rights, ie the ability to defend himself

Comment by Gavin on February 27, 2013 at 14:02

Thanks Bobby, am not on facebook so cant view the link, but someone sent me this link of a Libertarian group in Dublin, I wonder if its the same one you sent? I can view the one sent to me.
https://www.facebook.com/events/513920255326614/

Comment by Gavin on February 3, 2013 at 14:04

I'm very interested in Voluntaryism, right now now so interested in the move to a new community. But am beginning to learn about Mises and Rothbard among others. I'm looking for a Voluntaryism group in Dublin, preferably with others further down the Voluntaryism path than I am. Or I'm considering starting one. There is anarchist groups in Dublin but they are socialists, my interest is Anarcho-Capitalism. I'm just looking for likeminds to discuss these issues, not looking for everyone to conform to my views and vise versa. Any thoughts?

Comment by CoD on October 18, 2011 at 14:54
love the idea im in.
Comment by It, Which is That on January 16, 2011 at 20:00
This group is a dream come true :D
 

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