CJay Engelcomment 0 Commentsaccess_time 1 min read
The state artificially creates a variety of laws from fiat.
People inevitably break these laws.
The state uses its coercive power to enforce the law.
People get annoyed, some react with physical violence (unwise).
The state clamps down and gets more fierce.
This causes more blowback.
[fast forward decades]
Behold, the cycle continues. Hoppe’s theory of the decivilization effects of Democracy and public law is being proven correct.
More laws, more crime. More crime, more tension between state and people.
Some blame institutionalized racism. This is wrong. Racial disparity in the enforcement of artificial law does not itself logically imply racism (the theory that certain races are morally or biologically superior to others).
Others see zero guilt in the law enforcement and only consider them categorically as heroic. This is wrong. See above for the state’s role.
The state grows more powerful and more tyrannical as it becomes more desperate to maintain its beloved grasp on society. But this is a continuation of the spiral and feeds the careless and unthinking mob-like reaction. Back and forth it all goes.