Dr Sean Gabb puts forward this ...ahem... challenging viewpoint, in his latest think piece:
=> The 2010 General Election: Advice on How to Vote, By Sean Gabb
Personally, I think it makes absolutely no difference whatsoever, whether we vote in any state election, except that if you do vote for one particular Mafia leader over another, to chair the London Crime Commission for a while, then you legitimise the authority of said Crime Commission to rule over your life and to extract protection payments from you to fund this 'benevolent' rule.
If Dr Gabb thinks that the only benefit of voting Conservative is that they will allow us to vote again in the future (i.e. you legitimise them so they can continue giving you something you don't want, which is worthless), then I would rather vote Labour.
Because if he is right (and I suspect that he is), and the leftists in this country gerrymander a situation where it is impossible to get rid of them, even in the terms of democracy, then the ruins of democracy will crashing come down even sooner, as people realise the sham and stupidity of democracy.
Did the people of the Soviet Union and Iraq, in their 100% turnout elections, with only one candidate, actually think they were participating in something that had any genuine merit?
I wouldn't have thought so. And as the Soviet Union eventually collapsed when this sham could no longer motivate anyone to support this monstrosity, especially when the Soviet Union lost the nerve to shoot people for daring to dissent their system, then roll on the collapse of democracy in England, when nobody bothers voting (unless directed to the polling booth by an armed policeman) because there's absolutely no point.
So here I have to disagree with the Good Doctor, which hurts a little, as Professor Hoppe has instructed me, to my face, that I must help the Good Doctor whenever I am able.
Unfortunately, on this occasion, I am unable to support him. As Her Blessedness almost said once, 'You vote if you want to, this anarcho-capitalist is not for turning'.
I wonder what Professor Hoppe thinks?