Why does the government insist on hindering entrepreneurs and rewarding sloth?


An extraordinary article in The Daily Mail, by the provocatively named Dr Robert Lefever.

It would seem some of the spirit of Robert LeFevre is alive and well, and living in England.

Here’s a quote from the article, to tempt you:

“Most of all, I value being free from the sense that I was contributing to political ideas that I do not support. Even in the fully private sector, my work supported the State. It was my taxes, and those of staff in jobs that I created, that kept the State in funds so that it could waste them on projects that I do not believe in…I would gladly create a new business, and employ lots of staff, but not under a government that rewards sloth and punishes enterprise and that simply will not let entrepreneurs get on with the job of creating things that work.”

Top work, sir.


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An Austrian Internet Vigilante trying to live Outside the Asylum
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