I don't normally debate pro-State trolls. I gave it a try and, as usual, it was a waste of time.
Political discussion can get very offensive. Why is that? All political discussion can be summarized as:
I am advocating for the use of violence, to impose my viewpoint on you.All political debate is really a discussion about violence.
A hardcore Statist sees the libertarian/minarchist/voluntaryist/agorist viewpoint as advocating for violence.
"Government should be smaller!" leads to "WTF? Large corporations would loot and pillage without restraint!"
The Non-Aggression Principle can be seen as a threat of violence. "If you steal my property or freedom under 'color of law', I might use violence to defend my property and my freedom." Statists don't make a distinction between initiating violence and defending yourself, because a Statist considers police aggression to be legitimate.
All political discussion is ultimately about violence. If you say "Taxation is a type of slavery!", then the Statist will think you're a fruitcake advocating for senseless violence.
What can be done? It's important to educate as many other people as possible. When there are more people who know the truth, other types of activity is possible. It is risky, because the Statist majority thinks it's acceptable to aggress against those who seek freedom.
Ultimately, when dealing with a hardcore Statists, the only response is "All the people who agree with me will seek freedom, using whatever tricks we can imagine. All the people who agree with you can try to stop us, using whatever dirty tricks you can. Let's see who wins."
Via the Internet, the philosophy of freedom is spreading. Due to rampant corruption, collapse is inevitable. The collapse can't be prevented, even if State thugs could successfully kidnap/murder/silence those who know the current system is a scam. Fortunately, younger people and more intelligent people seem to be learning. They're the ones that count the most.