I find it still more curious how rarely self-declared libertarians advocate moving away from societies that are highly structured and in which "the state" plays a pivotal role in most, if not all, aspects of life. Why, for example, don't they band together, buy any of the number of islands that are for sale around the world, and move there, where they can simply not establish a state? Curious.
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"The white men were as thick and numerous and aimless as grasshoppers, moving always in a hurry but never seeming to get to whatever place it was they were going to." Dee Brown