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I’m David. Although universities typically aim to create a diverse learning environment for their students, I don’t think libertarianism is necessarily one of those ideologies the admission officers eagerly look for. That’s why I won’t disclose my last name, at least for the time being.

Adam Kokesh often says that libertarianism is appealing to the misfits – those that have been screwed over by the system. I’m a witness to that assertion. A big part of my journey towards the freedom movement was propelled by feelings of indignation towards government schools. I guess it’s something about sitting in a hot, rigidly structured classroom for what seems like eternity that causes such distinguished resentment and backlash on my part.

Considering the amount of time I’ve wasted sitting in class memorizing math formulas and Spanish conjugations, my knowledge of the actual world, from the public educational apparatus, is reprehensible. Consequently, I’ve taken it upon myself to do my own research and think on my own terms. I’m excited to share what I’ve learned and what I continue to learn with all those willing to listen, while simultaneously furthering the message of liberty.

2 Comments
  1. Hello David,

    I am very impressed with the fact that you have discovered radical Libertarianism at such a young age!

    At this time, it looks like you have not posted in a while but I hope you still have an interest in these ideas. If you want, I suggest checking out the Daily Anarchist forums or if you want you can drop me an email. (you can find it on my site’s welcome page)

    -RJ

    • I got bogged down in schoolwork and college applications, but I’m as engaged as ever. Thanks for checking out my blog and commenting. I’ll take a look at your suggestion.

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