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« on: April 08, 2013, 10:52:33 AM »

The individuals participating in the gang that calls itself Government attempt to hold a coercive monopoly over every aspect of trade and commerce. If we choose not to participate, which is effectively canceling our subscription to their crappy services, we can return to providing acceptable alternatives.

What do these departments of government have in common?

    The U.S. Department of Labor, Wage, Hour and Public Contracts Division, The Department of Commerce, Internal Revenue Service, State Office of Licensing, State Tax Commission, Department of Workforce Services, Local Zoning Office, The County Assessor, The Bureau Of Criminal Identification, US Customs and Exporting Offices, The Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control and of course you must hire an Attorney.

The above are all service providers, or at least that’s what they claim to be. I have wondered exactly what service it is they provide. Unless theft, intimidation, and violence are some wonderful services that I have mistakenly misunderstood. I just do not find value in hiring someone to rob me, even when they threaten me.

When you are not satisfied with a service provider you usually have some choices. We can seek another individual or organization who can better provide the product or service or, we can simply choose to not use the product or service at all. Continuing to interact with any provider that’s unsatisfactory is something most would not do voluntarily, especially if said service is not provided.

When the services we trade to make a living are subject to being protected by the State, what is it that I would be expected to do in order to lawfully contract with other individuals in the state?


  • REGISTRATION OF A BUSINESS NAME
   All persons or partners doing business under an assumed business name must register with the Department of Commerce.

  • STATE BUSINESS LICENSE
   Under certain circumstances, a special state business license may be required for your business.

  • CITY COUNTY BUSINESS LICENSES
   Business licenses may or may not be required by cities or counties throughout the state. Contact your local City or county office for details.

  • FEDERAL EMPLOYER’S TAX I.D. NUMBER
   Every person without a previous tax number who pays wages to one or more employees or is required o file any federal reports must apply for a tax number on Form SS-4 with the IRS.

  • FEDERAL TAX INFORMATION
   Contact the IRS for information related to income, excise, self-employment and other federal taxes.

  • MINIMUM WAGE LAWS
   Many businesses are subject to federal minimum wage, overtime and child labor law regulations. For information, contact the U.S. Department of Labor, Wage, Hour and Public Contracts Division.

  • STATE CHILD CARE
   Contact the State Office of Licensing if you plan on opening a child care/day care center at your home or in a commercial location.

  • STATE TAX INFORMATION & EMPLOYER’S TAX I.D. NUMBER
   For information related to income tax, sales and use taxes, and other applicable state taxes as well as information concerning applications for state tax number may be obtained from the State Tax Commission.

  • TOBACCO/CIGARETTES SALES
   If you sell cigarettes and/or tobacco you must obtain a license from the State Tax Commission.

  • UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE
   Unemployment insurance, both state and federal, is generally required in firms with one or more employees. For information, contact the Department of Workforce Services.

  • ZONING
   Contact your local zoning office to unsure that your business location is properly zoned for commercial use.

  • PROPERTY TAXES
   Property taxes are levied on land. building and equipment used in business. For information contact the County Assessor.

  • BULK SALES ACT
   When purchasing a business, the purchaser is potentially subject to liability for all debts of the acquired business. Compliance with the Utah Bulk Sales Act is a means of limiting this liability. Seek competent legal advice in order to comply with this act.

  • ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE CONTROL
   Contact the State Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control if you plan on selling ANY ALCOHOL OR BEER on premise.

  • BUREAU OF CRIMINAL IDENTIFICATION
   Contact BCI for a criminal history disclosure, i.e. felony or misdemeanor citations, etc.

  • IMPORT/EXPORT LICENSING
   If you are interested in either importing or exporting you will want to check with US Customs and Exporting for rules and regulations.


It is up to you to figure out how to protect yourself when it comes time to make a living. Do you pay for a service that exploits your blood, sweat, and tears to a gang of greedy bureaucrats ensuring their awareness and claws are ever deeper into you?

To begin benefiting from the fruits of your labor, cancel your coercive service subscriptions today.


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« Reply #1 on: April 08, 2013, 10:52:59 AM »

This list is not complete and would differ depending on what you are doing. I can think of many extra fees, regulations, permits, bonds, insurances and others that need to paid for before you will be left alone to do your work in peace. Oh, not to mention income taxes...
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« Reply #2 on: April 08, 2013, 11:19:48 AM »

I believe my response to this is fuck it. I'm not about to ask for permission to do my shit.
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« Reply #3 on: April 08, 2013, 12:30:26 PM »

This looks like a commercial I'd see on television with a lawyer standing there telling us we're eligible for a class action lawsuit or something.  Cheesy
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« Reply #4 on: April 08, 2013, 01:01:19 PM »

The individuals participating in the gang that calls itself Government attempt to hold a coercive monopoly over every aspect of trade and commerce. If we choose not to participate, which is effectively canceling our subscription to their crappy services, we can return to providing acceptable alternatives.


To begin benefiting from the fruits of your labor, cancel your coercive service subscriptions today.

That is just the tip of the iceburg.  We should stop paying for fuel with the built in tax that funds the highways.  We should stop using the internet and phones, which allows them to provide the service of recording everything we say and everything we do online.  We should stop traveling, which uses the service of the TSA, or police. 
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« Reply #5 on: April 08, 2013, 04:11:13 PM »

I don't think the goal of Agorism is nor should be the creation of a completely parallel infrastructure. We should take advantage of existing production facilities and use them for our counter economic actions.
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