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    A Dutch libertarian explains to an enquiry why he thinks taxation is theft. In Dutch with English subtitles.

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    well said!

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    as a teacher I always wondered about children being required to be at school  :unsure: yet if registered as home schooled that’s fine and unmonitored

    i think kids learn more from interacting (not onscreen) in a home/natural environment than they do at school (reading, writing and maths is needed but can easily be learnt in a few hours a week rather than 7 a day) which is often a method of imposed conformity

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    “………………….which is often a method of imposed conformity”

    Just one of many methods used to keep the “sheeple” from thinking too much and trying to change the status quo.  B-)

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