Libertarianism

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Concept.png Libertarianism 
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An ideology that opposes authoritarianism.

Libertarianism is an political ideology and movement. The main concept is Liberty.

Ideas

People

Organisations

 

Examples

Page nameDescription
Whitney BilyeuAmerican Libertarian, Chair of the Libertarian National Committee (2021 to 2022).
Caryn Ann HarlosAmerican Libertarian, serving as secretary of the Libertarian National Committee.
Health FreedomA Libertarian campaign for freedom in the field of health. Anti Big Pharma.
Tyler Lindholm

 

Related Quotation

PageQuoteAuthorDate
Peter Thiel“I believe that it is always important to exchange views with people, no matter what their perspectives are. I think we have a lot of problems in our society and we need to be finding ways to talk to people. We need to find ways to talk to people where not everything is completely transparent. Libertarianism is not synonymous with radical transparency. That’s often an argument that Stasi would make in East Germany, when everything had to be monitored by society. And I think you have the best conversations in smaller groups where not everything is being monitored. That’s how you can have very honest conversations and you can think better about the future.”Peter Thiel2016

 

Party Members

PoliticianBornDescription
Alex Jones11 February 1974A very vocal and popular radio show host who occasionally has predicted deep events. Although having a very loyal fan base, several researchers have called him a spook.
Adam Kokesh1 February 1982
Lauren Southern16 June 1995Lauren Southern is a Canadian activist. Probably the most famous personality in the Culture war of the late 2010s.
Roger Stone27 August 1952A longtime advisor to Donald Trump.

 

An official example

Name
Jack Dorsey


References