"Good people do not need laws to tell them to act
while bad people will find a way around the laws."
The angry god
that arose in early civilizations
is linked to the concept of
and evil and the concept of sin.
The grain is good, the weeds evil.
The bees are good, the
The sheep are good, the wolves evil.
overcomes nature by
promoting good and controlling evil.
nature, so also for human nature.
The self is divided into two parts, a good part and a evil part, the
which we try to overcome with the
technologies of fire."
Good is defined
as:something judged categorically
from an individual standpoint
"When the State enjoins
something good, it undoes and spoils it precisely because the latter comes in
the form of a command, and because every
command provokes and arouses the
legitimate revolt of freedom; and also because, from the point of view of true
morality, of human and not divine morality, the good which is done by
command from above ceases to be good and
thereby becomes evil.
morality, and the humane dignity of man
consist precisely in that man does good not because he is ordered to do so, but
because he conceives it, wants it, and loves it.
The state then is the
most flagrant negation, the most cynical and complete negation of humanity.
It rends apart the universal solidarity of all men upon earth, and it
unites some of them only in order to destroy, conquer, and enslave all the
It takes under its protection only its own citizens, and it
recognizes human right, humanity, and civilization only within the confines of
its own boundaries.
Every State, whether it is of a federative or a
non-federative character, must seek, under the penalty of utter ruin, to become
the most powerful of States.
It has to devour others in order not to be devoured in turn, to conquer
in order not to be conquered, to enslave in order not to be enslaved - for two
similar and at the same time alien powers, cannot co-exist without destroying
each other." - Mikhail Bakunin
"No one, and least of all those who are concerned with reform,
will maintain that the human race has as yet reached the Promised Land. The
evidence is all against it.
Man has done
a lot in accumulating a knowledge of things
in general, but he seems
incapable of ridding himself of the need of
a golden calf.
He still yearns for "gods which will go before us," gods that are
uninhibited by the laws of
nature, gods that are accountable only to our appetites, gods that speak
not of consequences or the long run.
In that respect we are like
the Jews in the wilderness.
Witness the pervasive religion of our times, the
worship of the State.
the State an idol?
Is it not like any graven image into which men have
read supernatural powers and superhuman
The State can feed us when we are hungry,
heal us when we are ill; it can raise wages
and lower prices, even at the same time; it can educate our children without
cost; it can provide us against the contingencies of old age and amuse us when
we are bored; it can give us electricity by
passing laws and improve the game of baseball by regulation.
What cannot the State do for us if
only we have blind faith in it?
No creed in the history of the world
ever captured the hearts and minds of men as has the modern creed of Statism.
It is the universal religion.
There may be some who maintain
the State is a false god, that it
is powerless in the face of
incapable of doing anything the
individual cannot do for himself, and is in fact a hindrance to man in his
effort toward self-improvement; but such dissidents from the norm are few
As for the substance of this
religion of Statism,
the absolute upon which its
theology is based, it is that political power can do anything.
There is no limitation upon its scope,
except a contrary and more potent political power.
Of a certainty, say
its theologians, there are no 'natural law' to hamstring the
State; that is a well-exploded myth of the dark ages.
In fact, there is
Whatever men set their
hearts on doing that will be done, provided only that they put their collective
powers to the job. And whatever the collective powers of men accomplish, that
is "good," simply because it "works."
religion of Statism is thoroughly
pragmatic; sufficient unto the day is the accomplishment thereof.
It is not a
social contract, not the product of a body of laws which men make and
unmake. It can say, as the God of the Bible said of Himself: "I Am."
Yet, the State does not
say that, or anything else, for it is in fact only
a golden calf. We who
worship the fiction endow it with superhuman gifts and capacities by
merely demanding of it accomplishments that presuppose such gifts and
It is good because we want it to be.
Out of the fervency of our prayers comes the
Were we to take the trouble to examine the product of our
imagination, we would find the State to be only a body of men who, taking
advantage of our weakness, make the best of it.
They promise; because
of our self-deception, we do not question
their ability to make good; nor do we take notice of the contingent clause
accompanying the promise, that we give them power over our persons and our
Because they are human,
because they, too, are incapable of defying or circumventing the laws of
nature, they cannot do for us what we cannot do for ourselves, and their
promise is never fulfilled; but, the power they have acquired is not
Thus, the State consists of a body of men who, by
virtue of our need for a
golden calf, acquire the power to compel us
to do what we do not want to do." - Frank Chodorov
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