I wrote this allegory to demonstrate flaws and limitations in popular libertarian thinking. It’s directed very much at a libertarian / Rothbardian audience, though everyone is of course welcome to have a read:
“Genghis Khan: I am Genghis Khan. Not the actual one, but the author’s imperfect allegorical reflection. I like to rape, pillage, loot, and in general, be the flail of God.
Libertarian Villager: You shouldn’t do that stuff.
GK: Why shouldn’t I?
LV: It violates self-ownership. Every person owns themselves.”