15 June, 2021

Insurance, or, the Regulated, Boxed-In, Modern Man

Posted by Socrates in freedom, insurance at 4:56 pm | Permanent Link

Typical insurance commercial: “we’ll be there for you when you need us, blah, blah, blah, we’re your best friend!” Suuuure. Riigghhhtt.

I’ve known several people who filed claims for damages with an insurance company, and each time the insurance company fought them tooth and nail in order to avoid paying out for damages, even though the claims were perfectly legitimate. Isn’t that why you have insurance in the first place? In case you need it?

And your insurance rates also go up when you file a claim! What a scam.

Also, these days, insurance is often mandatory. So much for freedom. How can you be “free” with mandatory insurance payments being due every month? Mandatory insurance boxes you into the system and makes you a virtual slave.

I’d bet big money that the insurance industry is disproportionately Jewish.

That being said, if you want to buy insurance voluntarily, then buy it.

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