Stateless earth creature burns Social Security card, proclaims love for all humankind

10 July 2009 by Mike Gogulski
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After Liberty Camp Slovakia, Martin, 1 July 2009 (I think).

  1. 15 Responses to “Stateless earth creature burns Social Security card, proclaims love for all humankind”

  2. By DixieFlatline on 10 July 2009

    This is very cool. I love you too. More so with hair than without.

  3. By Aaron Kinney on 11 July 2009

    This video is win, I’m embedding it on my blog, and there’s nothing you can possibly do to stop me. MWAHAHAHAHA!

  4. By Temujin on 11 July 2009

    At the risk of nitpicking…

    “Martin, 1 July 1009

    That’s pretty good technology for being 1000 years old ๐Ÿ™‚

    Truly spectacular, Mike. Wonderful video and great job.

  5. By Mike Gogulski on 11 July 2009

    @Temujin: Yeah, the tech is cool. Did I mention the time travel stuff is working now? ๐Ÿ˜€ (typo fixed!)

  6. By Mike Gogulski on 11 July 2009

    @Aaron: Oh noez, mah intelektchul prahprteez!

  7. By David Z on 11 July 2009

    Excellent little speech there, Mike! Share this vid!

  8. By Seth on 11 July 2009

    Looking forward to burning my slave surveillance card one of these days too.

    After first posting the number online for people to steal of course. ๐Ÿ˜‰

  9. By Richard Krall on 12 July 2009

    congratulations- you now qualify for social security mental disability

  10. By WageSlave on 13 July 2009

    I really appreciated that video. I’m not in a position to make the steps you have but you didn’t make me feel worthless or beneath you because I haven’t. To often today, folks do that.

    Your encouragement was to do whatever we can where we can and that’s good enough was most gracious and proof you live by the credo of the non-aggression principle. I hope all the best for you in your efforts. Stumbling on to your website along with LRC and a few others have helped but me past Washington Orthodox Libertarianism and off towards real freedom and liberty. The last 8 years I think have openned a lot of people’s eyes. Thanks again.

    A just beginning to crawl anarchist.

  11. By MerryMonk on 14 July 2009

    This video is soooo great! Inclusive of all of us still hesitant to do what you have done, and convincingly rational…did I mention funny?

    I am still laughing. “Lighter by Linda” indeed! This was lighter, in all of the many meanings of that word. Most of all fun….isn’t freedom SUPPOSED to be fun?

    If Linda was also the videographer congratulations to “Lighter Linda” as well!

  12. By CounterClckWise on 19 September 2009

    It’s ironic that you literally got burned during this act of defiance — I hope that a figurative burning by The Man does not follow. I wish you well, my brother, and follow your journey with much regard.

  13. By Mike Gogulski on 19 September 2009

    Well, only singed, really, but I hear ya! ๐Ÿ™‚

  14. By ffuentes on 24 June 2011

    I congratulate you by your decision of abandon your nationality and if I could do the same, I would do it (my country of origin does not permit losing nationality unless I have another).

    But I can’t understand your rejection of Social Security and all this act. When you feel ill, do you go to an hospital in Slovakia or not? At least, losing nationality has sense and consecuences.

    Could be that a world works well under anarchism, even under a capitalist anarchism but I see all that like a selfish utopia. For me is very interesting to think why this ideology is very popular in the US and not much in Europe (where you are now, and where you could found many anarchist of the other side xD).


    PD I’m not an anarchist but I’m not neither against that idea. I do prefer don’t labeling myself. Excuse my English.

  15. By Jason Wynn on 5 January 2013

    Love this video. Creative solutions and meaningful effigies, that’s what it’s all about ๐Ÿ˜‰ I liked the nonaggression principle slid in. I think freedom “fighters”, anarchists, libertarians, voluntaryists, agorists, what ever title, should read Dale Carnegie’s, “How to Win Friends and Influence People”. It’s probably the best book i have read on the non aggression principle. Keep at it brother! you are and inspiration to the rest of us!

  16. By Quenelleur on 24 December 2014

    wow seriously ? ๐Ÿ™‚

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