01/09/2019 (Wed) 15:30:46
>>22188>>22192>hardcore nationalistic anarcho-capitalism
Older generations of libertarians (who later took on the "paleolibertarian" name) were very socially conservative, and Hoppe in particular has something close to this. He envisions Amish-style communities, not necessarily in the Luddite sense, just in their membership protocol:
1) Nobody is forced to join the community
2) A member can renounce his membership whenever he wants
3) An individual can only enter with the members' consent
4) A member will be booted out if he deviate's from the community's standards of behavior
It's quite similar to a state, but great emphasis is placed on the "voluntary" character of membership (see also: Liechtenstein's laws on secession).
Thus, a community of nationalists can keep out foreign ethnicities. AFAIK his infamous quote on "physical removal" is actually about the community keeping out elements it doesn't want rather than hunting down and killing people he dislikes, as is often implied. He also believes that a state with strict immigration controls is a lesser evil to a state without them.
This is compatible with ancap ethics because they're not an all-encompassing moral system, just an opposition to a set of behaviors which are deemed coercion. Hence, ancaps can combine their ideology with pretty much anything else as long as they don't enforce their particular beliefs with those actions that are considered coercitive. Even a communistic society would be compatible, as long as its membership were voluntary. There are a million practical complications to this, but the theory behind it can be understood.