Jump to content
Sign in to follow this  
Noctis Lucis Caelum

POSSE Official Announcement

Recommended Posts

POSSE%20Family_zps0ju5vthf.jpg
 

POSSE/Clearwater Protectorate

 

          I. POSSE agrees to put Clearwater under their military and political protection.

II. Clearwater agrees to discuss any potential treaties they sign with POSSE first while this Protectorate remains in effect

 

          III. Clearwater agrees to cooperate on the Senate by voting for the POSSE Senator.

 


Signed for POSSE,

alliance_flags831201694311PM.jpg

Pjk11, Overseer
Noctis Lucis Caelum, Triumvir of Foreign Affairs
 Alonso Quixano, Triumvir of War

 

Signed for Clearwater,

alliance_flags13201685128PM.jpg

Loganherring, President

 

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
Just now, Immortan Junka said:

"Protectorate of Sovereign Nations," I think you wrote the acronym wrong, fellow socialist!

I wasn't trying to replicate our acronym, it was descriptive of this treaty.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

May producerists, libertarians and socialists march forward together in friendship! o/

Edited by Immortan Junka

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Congrats to our friends at POSSE for their new protectorate!

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Congratulations yall.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
4 hours ago, Immortan Junka said:

May producerists, libertarians and socialists march forward together in friendship! o/

Short quote from the Preface of "An Agorist Primer,

 

"When  someone  urges  you  to  be  realistic,  may you pick an agorist book to get the best descrip-tion you can find of how agorism actually works.If you want to find books and articles that will“fake reality” for wishes, whims, fears, and spite,look for labels such as “Liberal,” “Conservative,”“Socialist,” “Communist,” “Fascist,” or — worst of all — “middle of the road” and “moderate.”Reality knows no moderation; i tis— all the way. One  way  of  thinking  came  close  to  agorism and is fairly well-known today; we will deal with Libertarianism later in some detail. An ideology of Liberty, it had to choose at one point between consistency with reality and being the “politics of liberty.”  It  chose  the  latter:  the  contradiction  of seeking  political  power over  others to  eliminate political power over others.

 

Those  who  continued  to  seek  liberty  consistently and without the practical contradiction of Libertarians became agorists. This  is  a  second historical definition for you.Agorism is an ideology, then, but it is also a scientific and definitely materialist way of thinking.It is not a religious view — save that it believes absolute freedom to be moral — nor does it wish to displace anyone’s religious views — unless they lead to slavery. Agorism wants no “true believers”in the sense of blind followers. Like any scientifically based mode of thought, it will evolve as does our understanding of reality. One who has faith in something proven false that was once a tenet of agorism is not an agorist"

 

Agorism promotes a counter economy rather than dependence on government printed money and doesn't violate the Non-Aggression Principle, despite being a left idealogy in the sense of inga rigged economy as part of the problem. Agorists choose to promote Counter Economic Behavior rather than dependence on Federal Reserve Printed Money, which values is based on a very shaky concept of people having faith in a currency with nothing to back it. Although many on the left propose increasing the scope of the source of the great inequality in money.


."People  have  discovered  and  acted  in a  Counter-Economic  way  without  understanding what they are doing, why they are doing it, and even denying that they are doingit at all.Understanding  what  you  are  doing  usually helps, and applying Counter-Economics systematically  and  consistently  maximizes  both  your profit and freedom. As it turns out, the basic formula is no more difficult than simple accounting arithmetic used in all business.The basic law of Counter-Economics is to trade risk for profit. Having done so, one naturally(acting to remove felt unease) attempts to reduce he risks. If you reduce your risks while others continue to face the higher risks, you naturally out-compete and survive longer. And you profit."

 

You should give Agorism a read: http://www.kopubco.com/pdf/An_Agorist_Primer_by_SEK3.pdf

 

I believe in the Non-Aggression Principle and maximizing freedom, when you speak of Libertarianism as the least important of your idealogies; I'm not so sure Freedom is an important concept to you or you're just trying to use Libertarianism like the Author of Agorism speaks of the labels Liberal, Conservative, Socialist, Communist, Fascist or moderate. I think idealogy boils down to whether you believe in maximizing freedom for everyone or not; how you believe it should be done comes secondary to that.

 

Edit: Also thank you to everyone for the well wishes.

Edited by Noctis Lucis Caelum

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Congrats Clearwater. I didn't know you guys were still around.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
On 3/14/2017 at 7:43 AM, Noctis Lucis Caelum said:

Short quote from the Preface of "An Agorist Primer,

 

"When  someone  urges  you  to  be  realistic,  may you pick an agorist book to get the best descrip-tion you can find of how agorism actually works.If you want to find books and articles that will“fake reality” for wishes, whims, fears, and spite,look for labels such as “Liberal,” “Conservative,”“Socialist,” “Communist,” “Fascist,” or — worst of all — “middle of the road” and “moderate.”Reality knows no moderation; i tis— all the way. One  way  of  thinking  came  close  to  agorism and is fairly well-known today; we will deal with Libertarianism later in some detail. An ideology of Liberty, it had to choose at one point between consistency with reality and being the “politics of liberty.”  It  chose  the  latter:  the  contradiction  of seeking  political  power over  others to  eliminate political power over others.

 

Those  who  continued  to  seek  liberty  consistently and without the practical contradiction of Libertarians became agorists. This  is  a  second historical definition for you.Agorism is an ideology, then, but it is also a scientific and definitely materialist way of thinking.It is not a religious view — save that it believes absolute freedom to be moral — nor does it wish to displace anyone’s religious views — unless they lead to slavery. Agorism wants no “true believers”in the sense of blind followers. Like any scientifically based mode of thought, it will evolve as does our understanding of reality. One who has faith in something proven false that was once a tenet of agorism is not an agorist"

 

Agorism promotes a counter economy rather than dependence on government printed money and doesn't violate the Non-Aggression Principle, despite being a left idealogy in the sense of inga rigged economy as part of the problem. Agorists choose to promote Counter Economic Behavior rather than dependence on Federal Reserve Printed Money, which values is based on a very shaky concept of people having faith in a currency with nothing to back it. Although many on the left propose increasing the scope of the source of the great inequality in money.


."People  have  discovered  and  acted  in a  Counter-Economic  way  without  understanding what they are doing, why they are doing it, and even denying that they are doingit at all.Understanding  what  you  are  doing  usually helps, and applying Counter-Economics systematically  and  consistently  maximizes  both  your profit and freedom. As it turns out, the basic formula is no more difficult than simple accounting arithmetic used in all business.The basic law of Counter-Economics is to trade risk for profit. Having done so, one naturally(acting to remove felt unease) attempts to reduce he risks. If you reduce your risks while others continue to face the higher risks, you naturally out-compete and survive longer. And you profit."

 

You should give Agorism a read: http://www.kopubco.com/pdf/An_Agorist_Primer_by_SEK3.pdf

 

I believe in the Non-Aggression Principle and maximizing freedom, when you speak of Libertarianism as the least important of your idealogies; I'm not so sure Freedom is an important concept to you or you're just trying to use Libertarianism like the Author of Agorism speaks of the labels Liberal, Conservative, Socialist, Communist, Fascist or moderate. I think idealogy boils down to whether you believe in maximizing freedom for everyone or not; how you believe it should be done comes secondary to that.

 

Edit: Also thank you to everyone for the well wishes.

Anddddd it's confirmed as .......

Edited by Cress

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Create an account or sign in to comment

You need to be a member in order to leave a comment

Create an account

Sign up for a new account in our community. It's easy!

Register a new account

Sign in

Already have an account? Sign in here.

Sign In Now
Sign in to follow this  

×