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I agree with you (minus the anti-capitalist & socialist bit)
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I believe you have provided us a straw man argument.
To me that he is advocating for the rule of law and not making a judgement whether the law is just or unjust.
Please provide a quote where he:
condones, approves state violence against victimless "crimes" for holding bitcoin, gold and doing 'unapproved' money transfers is against freedom, liberty and censorship-resistance.
I interpret his tweet more along the lines of 'what did you expect?'
Regarding the hypocritical statements regarding hoarding, please provide sources as always.
And regardless, can peoples opinions not change? Is there any way to know what is the best path forward, to hoard or not to hoard? Are we talking about what is best for the world, the BCH community, or the individual? Isn't hoarding just saving? Isn't saving a rational way to provide a safety net for future needs? Do we have to hoard or not hoard only, can we have some hoarded and spend and replace? I think you need to develop your argument more without misrepresenting others statements.

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I'm not a fan of Craig Wright, but the apologists probably have some wiggle room on this one, since he could mean, like the above comment mentioned, more "what do you expect" than anything else. (Law is law could definitely mean "you need to be careful when you're under the rule of a government, regardless of whether their power is deserved or not".) I do think that there are plenty of other good reasons not to trust him though, where he has been more explicit.

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As far as I can tell CSW is more something like a libertarian in the economic sence but certainly isn't an anarchist. I can't speek for CSW, but have seen quite a view video's of him touching the subject, and I believe his reasoning is somewhat like to following . Is it "just" that bears are stronger than human? You can argue with the bear, but if you poke the bear, it would probably kill you when you are still trying to argue that it shouldn't. It simply doesn't care for your reasoning because it is stronger.
There is a huge difference between having the higher moral value and getting it your way. It is simply a fact that we live in states of law, regardless of how we feel about it. We have to deal with that reality until it isn't. You can try to change that if you like, but you are advised to try to do this within the rules of their game. Because if you don't, there is a very high probability they win and you lose. So don't be surprised to get hurt, if you poke the be bear. Ask yourself some questions if you really feel conflicted by his statements and his presence in the BCH community. Why do u care for his opinion at all? Why can't his opinion on the subject not be different than yours? Does anyone force you to listen to him? Does he forces you to listen to him or to do anything at all for that matter? I suggest you read the "official statement" of Rick Falkvinge on how to interact within decentralized communities "https://falkvinge.net/wp-content/uploads/2017/11/letter-from-the-ceo.pdf
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