15 QUOTES BY SILK ROAD’S DREAD PIRATE ROBERTS THAT SHOW WHY IDEAS ARE SO DANGEROUS TO THE STATE | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


15 QUOTES BY SILK ROAD’S DREAD PIRATE ROBERTS THAT SHOW WHY IDEAS ARE SO DANGEROUS TO THE STATE

The internet’s first successful global black market was Silk Road, a website founded by ‘Dread Pirate Roberts,’ the web pseudonym of Ross Ulbricht.

Currently 34 years-old, Ross is serving a double life sentence plus 40 years in federal prison as a political prisoner of the United States. At its root, his crime is that he created a place where people around the world could engage in trade with each other without the oversight of the state. It was an experiment in true privacy and voluntary association that worked so well the state shut it down and inhumanely punished Ross for thinking outside of the statist matrix.

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