money on the table for libertarians:
One rule of trade is that in order to generate a profit, you need to buy low and sell high. Libertarians need to learn to use this principle when developing a strategy for the spread of our philosophy.
Selling liberty to people who live in a comfortable western nation with virtually no sense of the downfalls of politics can be the uphill battle. It's like telling someone sleeping in a craftmatic that they're uncomfortable.
What we need to do is seek out people who are truly suffering under the effects of big government, help them out their situation, and then educate them on how to prevent this from happening ever again.
Libertarians invest tons of money in books, billboards, ads on google and other platforms to spread the liberty message, spending millions of dollars annually. Although this effort has significant effects, the majority falls on deaf ears who could only open their eyes when starring down the barrel of an m16.
The fight for liberty is not a local, but a global one and the people who need our help the most are not the trolls we try so desperately to convince on Youtube.
For Less than $2 a day we can save someone's life, educate them and help them reach their full potential as human beings. This is not charity, but a business venture.
Why are we not creating communities where they are needed most designed to give human beings a second chance at life when all governments have failed them. In that time period We can teach them how to feed themselves and how to organize as a community to become profitable and most of all sustainable.
A $1,000,000 Investment could work to establish a safe haven with the funds and capacity to jump start such a project, but are we willing to act or do we just want to keep arguing with people who don't care for our message?
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