We must abolish the state because it is the tool of those who are weak who think they are strong. Anyone truly capable has no fear. No fear of their fellow men, who may or may not be stronger. No fear of the risks and fluctuations of life. They trust God, who said
“Consider how the wild flowers grow. They do not labor or spin. Yet I tell you, not even Solomon in all his splendor was dressed like one of these. If that is how God clothes the grass of the field, which is here today, and tomorrow is thrown into the fire, how much more will he clothe you—you of little faith!"
They fear not. They are enterprising and act without needing supplication. They form businesses and other enterprises which stand on their own.
Only the jealous and unjustly prideful must call on a 'court' as in olden days or the 'voice of the people' as in our democratic times to justify their actions. They are weak. They are unsure. They can only survive by feeding on the great multitude which their superior, enterprising brothers have created.
The state is the embodiment of everything that is weak and supplicating. Supplicating not in the sense of a vast recognition of the true power of God and nature and the vast force at the whim of which man cannot but submit himself, who calls out to God to forgive and be merciful and not yet destroy his creation, but uplift it further.
No, I mean supplication in the sense of the negligent. The desire to have the sanction of those who provide what has not been earned. We are social creatures, feeling responsibility to our peers, so we can only indulge in selfish negligence if we collectively accord each other this right. This is the doctrine of democratic equality, of acceptance of all forms of living no matter how depraved, of the forced recognition of value where there is none: in employees hired only to meet a quota, in a relationship established only to serve perverted lust, in the support of the life of those who refuse to support themselves or value their own life.
As is ultimately the case, it is not so much your actions by which you are judged, as man is subject to the limits of his subjective ignorance and the effects thereof on his judgment, but your intent, the spirit with which you approach life.
The culture of life is embracing of reality, while the culture of the state is death, which constantly denies the good around it. It is self-destructive and self-defeating. And yet it persists. It can only persist because the good have sanctioned it. All those with ears to hear, let them hear that we must no longer support the state. We must support free humanity!