Libertarianism, Tribalism, and Nationalism



About the author:

Ryan Ramsey is a US Navy Veteran and  lifelong political activist. He Chairs the Bradford County Affiliate and Represents Region 4 on the State Executive Committee for the Libertarian Party of Florida.

In addition, he hosts “Global Dissident Voices” and “Sons and Daughters of Liberty Radio” on the SDL Radio Network. He sits on the National Council of the SDL, is the Director of The Florida Liberty Project,  founder of Jacksonville Open Carry, and the singer and guitarist of the “Rock Against Communism” band “Lovecrime”.

2 thoughts on “Libertarianism, Tribalism, and Nationalism

  1. I can accept the spirit of your argument that man shouldn’t put faith in government. However, I have a point of disagreement with you on man and the instinct to “tribalize”. From the genetic level, man is wired for two principles — selfish interest and the profit motive. Man is generally good on an individual level, and only seeks the society of others if there is a chance to achieve benefit(profit) from that relationship. Whether people were born Scottish, Dutch, or Swahili, have little to do with it. If a person of Scottish heritage were stranded in Argentina, he would forgo the society of a nearby tribe of indigenous folk in the hopes of running into more Scots. More than likely, he would etch out a living on his own, foregoing the society of groups, unless he observed a benefit that could be achieved by temporarily, or permanently, seeking free exchange.


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