LNC Chair candidates given 500 words in the LPNews - Ernest Hancock's

LNC Chair candidates given 500 words in the LPNews - Ernest Hancock's
Ernest Hancock 
Website: www.ernesthancock.com
Date: 04-09-2010
Subject: Politics: General Activism


A Declaration of Intent

500 words require that I be very clear and to the point about my motivations for seeking the LNC Chair. This article, with supporting links, can be found on www.ErnestHancock.org.

The renaissance of libertarian philosophy has produced the hoped for revolution in the minds of America’s youth, and libertarianism has reentered American politics.

In the past, the LPUS served as a ‘Liberty Nexus’ for those that chose to embrace the principled libertarian philosophy that advocated for individual rights, peace, freedom and tolerance. However, soon after making new alliances with others of the same mind inside the LPUS, it is often clear to many of the most passionate libertarian minds that their efforts are more productive outside the LPUS. This revolving door effect has produced more libertarians outside of the National Party than inside. This isn’t necessarily a bad thing. But for the LPUS to be relevant to human freedom we must understand what is happening and be of service to the individuals that are the change we seek.

Many tools provide immediate peer to peer communication and coordination with local LP groups. But the LPUS’ inaction is often perceived as being an impediment to these communications and the accompanying networking of libertarians that results when we are politically active.

Often it is only the LPUS that has the standing to Challenge the Idolization of an all powerful all knowing Federal Government, but the perception is that the LPUS is not a challenge to the tyranny America increasingly suffers.

Fear of criticism has eliminated the LPUS from consideration as a front line ally in the quest for liberty. 20 years of Hard Core No-Compromise libertarian activism hasn’t kept me incarcerated, targeted and removed from relevance in the world of politics, in fact, it has had just the opposite effect. Fearless advocacy of libertarian philosophy is exactly what is missing from the LPUS.

My goal is to make it perfectly clear to the world that the LPUS in Convention made a very clear choice to join the peaceful revolution against the Omnipotent State. Any attempt to negotiate for a place inside this corrupt and illegitimate abuser of human rights on their terms is a clear sign of fear and weakness to those possessing the passion and talent to work for individual liberty.

Vote percentages, money raised, laws passed, media coverage, inspired activists,… are all side effects of a clear standard set and advocated for in freeing as many minds as possible with the truth.

Peace over War, Truth not Lies, Courage trumping Fear, Resolve instead of Compromise, Inspiration vs Compulsion, Self-Reliance not Dependence, Tolerance over Bigotry, and above all, the advocacy of Love.

I offer nothing less than participation in a worldwide LOVEolution. The LPUS has the opportunity to influence the greatest decentralization of power in Human History, but we must first lead by example and be of service to the individual activists advocating libertarian philosophy,… if not, then why would they need us?

Ernest Hancock