Usually I am very anti-war. The other day I was analyzing things like I usually normally do, and something strong happened. At the time I was thinking about the Libertarian foreign policies. While browsing the net, trying to find new thoughts on political systems and such, I came acrossed a quote for neolibertarianism(I'm usually against neo-conservatism and war policies). The quote talked about how freedom and the concept of freedom shouldn't be held between imaginary lines. In a true libertarian/anarchist society there is no or very limited state. In a way that means that the people in these region do not have a country. If this is the case, why is it wrong to rebel against the state in other countries if it wasn't wrong to rebel against the state in your own country? So, what is wrong with a freedom war.