If you’re so fucking upset because someone said a dirty word on the Internet that you would rather spend your time disrupting Facebook groups and appealing to authority than doing something about the state, then you are of negative value to libertarianism. You do more harm than good.
'Nyeeh, you're harming the movement!' Go fuck yourself, you stupid fucking bitch! You don't even know what the movement is! You missed the whole fucking point! You don't like dirty words? Go be a fucking Democrat! We don't need you.
We need stand up guys with thick skin who can take a fucking punch and do a fucking bit. We need radical ideologues who hate the state. We need pretty girls who want to fuck guys like this. So take your half-ass, politically correct, pussy shit, take it into a voting booth, and pull the lever for fucking Hillary, because WE DON’T FUCKING NEED YOU!
Libertarians understand that government — because it operates through force and faces no market test from customers free to say no — offers inferior services even when they would be perfectly legitimate if offered privately. (However, not everything the government does would have a legitimate counterpart in the private sector. Some “services” are intrinsically aggressive.) Libertarians also understand that trusting government to provide those services is a tragic mistake, because bureaucracies inexorably come under the control of those with the most political sway, no matter what the progressives say. On net and contrary to the politicians’ propaganda, wealth tends to be transferred up, not down. That’s how things work.
Libertarians understand these things, or ought to, but most other people don’t. Instead, they see government as a vast mutual-aid society (even if they are unfamiliar with that term): You pay your dues (taxes) and you draw benefits when you qualify under the various programs. If you don’t pay your dues, you are penalized because you agreed to pay them. (Agreed? Presumably by not leaving the country — a highly dubious assumption.) If you don’t like the rules, vote for people who will change them.
Advocates of individual freedom are unlikely to make progress if they don’t educate other people on what’s wrong with this picture.