If we are as libertarians to accept the historical reality of the state and still maintained a principled position regarding the world in which we actually live, then it strikes me as obvious what the limitations on our suggestions about the general culture by the theory of libertarian justice should be: namely the breakdown of nations.
Let me be precise and to distinguish my statement from a reference to Leopold Kohr’s seminal work by saying that I am not arguing like he is for the breakdown of states as political units with my previous statement although I agree with it. The prince of Liechtenstein has for example modified the constitution of his country as to grant the right for any municipality to secede de jure.
No, what I am suggesting is that akin to the international Catholicism of the middle ages with its normative humanism, the criteria for social discrimination in a world with states must be limited greatly beyond the individual sovereignty and freedom to discriminate on any basis that would be commonplace in a condition of freedom.Such that if there will be social exclusion and inclusion, integration and segregation of the citizenry within the current political units or countries, the criteria to be promoted from a libertarian standpoint must be narrowed to whether a person is a tax beneficiary or state dependent or a taxpayer, followed by a second tier of criteria on the basis of whether someone is ideologically a statist or a libertarian, followed by whether exceptional case individuals (e.g. a state dependent but ideologically libertarian) are felons for acts that would be considered aggressive under libertarian law.
This necessarily implies the breakdown of nations before a breakdown of nation-states can via secession can be brought about. This implies a repudiation of nativity (natio) over affiliation (from the Latin ad filiare, from filius son, to adopt) on the basis of a ontologically realist, epistemology and theory of justice.Thus a principled position is fostered on matters of policy that makes reference not to any kind of utilitarian thinking whether it be grounded on the insights of praxaeological economic theory or actuarial science; where the pure theory of libertarian law theory is given preeminence and which can serve as a permanent policy platform for political parties for anarcholibertarian transition at an international level.
These could argue for the need for parallel constitutions and competing jurisdictions within every country whereby effective secession would be allowed through the segregation of those signing themselves up to a constitution enshrining original appropriation, non-aggression principle and due process for torts (proportionality, etc.) in exchange for individuals resigning state subsidies, tax-funded political representation and any other acquired state privileges.
This would mark the beginning of principled libertarian legalism towards transition (to ideological pan-secessionism) and the abandonment of the sensationalist, controversial, populist tactics that amount little more than short term reactions to electoral politics of the intellectually defunct paleolibertarianism.
This of course would require the abandonment of local (ethnic, linguistic, traditional, historical) allegiances for the acceptance of a Metaphysics (epistemologically realist, rational ontology) as the basis of the rule of natural law, common and binding to all humans. Therefore anyone who can abide libertarian law, renounce state privileges shall be recognized as a citizen of the international, libertarian, confederate realms.
This has been largely inspired by the first six minutes of this lecture by Dr. Sean Gabb of the Libertarian Alliance: https://youtu.be/g1Opchp_7Co