November 8, 2014


What Is Liberty?

Written by Darrell Anderson.
The word freedom implies an individual is unfettered in any manner to act. Freedom implies no boundaries to limit human actions.
The concept of boundaries, however, transforms the word freedom into the word liberty. Whereas the concept of freedom ignores the concept of obligations, the concept of liberty implies potential obligations. The word freedom ignores interactions with other humans, the word liberty acknowledges those interactions. The word liberty describes specific freedoms of action without obligations toward others,[1] but recognizes that obligations might exist. The concept of boundaries introduces obligations toward other people. The concept of freedom implies unrestricted movement and actions regardless of boundaries, but the concept of liberty imply restrictions on actions because of boundaries. Liberty acknowledges possible boundaries and merely is freedom from fiatboundaries.[2]
There is another word that describes the concept of liberty. Anarchy. The “A” word. A word that typically instills discomfort and uneasiness into the minds of many. A word that many people today carelessly use to imply bomb-throwing, unlimited boundaries, chaos, and disorder. What exactly is anarchy?
A straightforward definition of anarchy means “without rulers.” For example, monarchy is the “archy” or rule of one,oligarchy is the rule of a few, hierarchy is a layered rule; thus anarchy is the rule of none.


When I learned about the Eric Frein manhunt I became instantly curious.  I wondered to myself why would someone, if the narrative is to be believed, train so intensely to combat State Police in Pennsylvania.

Searching for a motive for his actions I read about how Eric had some seemingly unjustified hatred of State Police.  In this idea it was put forward that Eric had for no justifiable reason decided to combat police without any personal vendetta.

We all read the rumor that perhaps one of the troopers was cheating with Eric's married sister.  We watched as thousands of police using the latest equipment and training, obtained through the questionable 1033 program, scoured the woods for a single man.  It sent the media into speculation and comparisons with Rambo.

Details like what cigarettes he smoked and what he did in his spare time somehow became details that would indict this individual for a motive that has yet to be found or understood.  In my own search for a reason this is what I found: