Anarcho-capitalists: When “Enemy Of The State” actually means “I belong to a literal neo-Nazi gang.”

As I was browsing this page on Patrick Sharp, an Internet troll and neo-Nazi who uses pictures of concentration camps in pseudo-advertisements for physical fitness, a picture caught my eye:


Here’s a young man sitting next to Sharp in an Atlanta cigar lounge. He’s wearing a t-shirt that looks like a knockoff of the one sold at The front features the profile of Murray Rothbard, the hyper-capitalist who coined the term “anarcho-capitalism.” Rothbard advocated that “cops must be unleashed, and allowed to administer instant punishment” and that we should “unleash the cops to clear the streets of bums and vagrants.”

Somehow, empowering and unleashing the police was consistent with being an “enemy of the state.” Which is fitting, because the man in this photo is Jared Huggins, an Atlanta-based member of white supremacist gang Identity Evropa.

Perhaps some anarcho-capitalists can chime in and explain how National Socialism is consistent with opposing the state.