Kurt Pi WWP Member [email@example.com] Good God, Bob, organized crime will just shoot your private Dispute Resolution Organizations in the head. AndMessage 1 of 2 , Feb 23View SourceKurt Pi WWP Member [kurt31416@...] Good God, Bob, organized crime will just shoot your "private Dispute
Resolution Organizations" in the head. And depending on the particular organized crime, their families too.
What the hell about that is complicated?
Randist Bo7b aka Bob Wynman WWP Email Member (bobalou@...) Kurt, Jim, et
I just re-listened to Stefan Molyneux's THIRD podcast, from 2006 (he's now
published 2,4000 or so!) in which he precisely answers your questions 'bout what
'appens to criminals in the Voluntary Society, without the State. You might
check it out (FREE) at www.FreedomainRadio.com. .... or not, of course.
Or, if you prefer to read it, here's from
"These Cages Are Only For Beasts (The DRO debate continues.)
After my first article 'The Stateless Society'
(www.lewrockwell.com/orig6/molyneux1.html) was published, I was asked to explain
how a society without government would deal with violent crime. Lew was kind
enough to publish my article on 'Caging the Beasts'
(www.lewrockwell.com/orig6/molyneux2.html) which provoked quite a flurry of
positive and negative (though never unkind!) responses and requests for
clarifications, which I will provide here.
To summarize, 'Caging the Beasts' described the measures that private Dispute
Resolution Organizations (DROs) could take against violent criminals