1998-10-20 - Re: My (Vince’s) citizenship renunciation made difficult

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From: Soren <sorens@workmail.com>
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Raw Date: Wed, 21 Oct 1998 01:15:03 +0800

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From: Soren <sorens@workmail.com>
Date: Wed, 21 Oct 1998 01:15:03 +0800
To: cypherpunks@cyberpass.net
Subject: Re: My (Vince's) citizenship renunciation made difficult
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Eric Seggebruch - NYC SE wrote:
        Sometimes the best advice
is to play the game, get what you want and
let well enough alone.  The fact that they may choose to do nothing
not mean that bucking the United States of America is a good idea.
Follow the administrative procedures, leave your anger at home and
you want to change the way things are, work to be a good example of
libertarian values are morally correct.
Last I heard, libertarianism stood for principle (a currency much devalued
these days) and its handmaiden integrity -- not for morality.
Lets leave the moral high ground to those who would use it to coerce