In discussing Libertarian Democracy, that is just a practical means of attaining the ultimate goal of Liberty pure and simple, in the age-old Hindu tradition, that takes one through peaceful means of seeking knowledge and conducting oneself in sanatan dharma (duties and righteous actions in accordance with one's responsiblities in Nature). From a very personal point of view, I have had the political structures of the United Kingdom to learn about in relation to the unwritten Constitution of the State, and within it I find that there is what is known to be the Left (seeking the welfare of the proletariat, the masses who are workers in industry); the Right (seeking the welfare of the bourguousie, the wealthy, the capitalists who invest money to make money) and there is the feeble centre in what goes as Liberal Democrats, so the whole nation presents itself to the world to this centre ground of ts Democracy as liberal democracy of the State.
There are of course protest groups in the shape of Amnesty, Liberty and 38 Degrees, and many diverse institutions such as the Greens, Friends of the Earth, and Extinction Rebellion who draw attention to environmental issues, but the fundamental political structure in Parliament remains under the control of the interests of workers on the one hand and capitalists on the other hand with the Liberal Democrats voicing its human rights concerns in a liberal manner on particular issues of the day, such as on Gay Rights (Same Sex Marriage) to give an example.
I have explored all that in the United Kingdom and as I assess the functioning of humainty across the world, watch television news avidly to see what is actually taking place in societies, national and global, so that the purpose of existence as individual human beings is evaluated. We can either be slaves to a political party, a government, a nation (State), a religion, or some other conceptual basis for living in forming rationalistic basis for collective actions, such as my proposed 'The Conservative Libertarian Society' as a Global Movement for the present generation or for all future generations, or champion the idea of Libertarian Democracy instead abandoning the concept of Conservation altogether as impractacable, given human nature in the overwhelming masses of the global population who watch Olympics and Paraalympicas, strive to play football or other sports like cricket, rugby, sing songs and play music, write fictional books for their readers, do artwork, and so on that are all examples of dedicating their bodies and minds to material objectives of the sensual nature, which puts pressure on the demand for goods and services, scientific and technological innovation, basic necessities and high specification food,clothing items, social and religous pressures in having many children to increase world population when the world is on the verge of environmental catastrophe, saving lives for example spending millions of dollars evacuating Afghan refugees to airlift them to European destinations on the consideration that this is what a liberal democracy should be doing and it makes these governments proud therefore to go and seek another mandate from their population to rule the country in the same manner, taking instantaneous revenge on the perpetrators of the Islamic State (Khorestan) suicide bombers who killed nearly 200 people including 13 American citizens at Kabul airport during the evacuation process. So we watch all this and wonder what it is that the world is coming to.
There is no sense to it all, it is all part of the Brahma-Nature interactions, politics means nothing, diplomacy means nothing, there is nothing anyone can do about any of it with all the good intentions that one might have as I had done in developing my project of 12 years: 'Towards Knowledge for World Conservation'. One cannot conserve the world at all. That is the Reality. The reason is that everything is to do with the self, self-centred living, to not give a damn about anyone else's life, but to go one relentlessly doing one's own thing until the day that one dies. There is nothing else to living. This is true materially and spiritually, and it is the ultimate state of knowledge and understanding, that makes one a libertarian, someone who has taken leave of his senses and become free from all concepts, known as mukti or moksha or having entered Samadhi, not rejecting the world of vyvaharika, the visible reality for one cannot do that or one will face dangers to one's survival in liberty and dignity. The dignity comes from being a libertarian, to cock a snoot at the rest of humanity who regard you to be a lunatic for not joining in their social interactions and preferring a reclusive life-style. There is just no point in discussing one's thoughts with anyone one-else for it is a personal quest for freedom. Freedom is the only thing that gives one peace of mind and the ability to go about one's life without worrying about what others say or do.
So, it is wrong to try and change the world with one's philosophy that no one else would understand let alone understand at a massive scale so as to make a difference. This is proven to me after writing 7 Books: https://www.lulu.com/spotlight/the-allurementofrealityofshantanupanigrahi on the basis of extensive studies that I conducted on the interenet over the past 12 years of truth-seeking.
Is there a God: yes there is God: do I worship God. Yes I worship Him. Why do I worship God: Because His is my Sadhguru and I have never faltered under His guidance to learn what the Reality truly is. The fact that He wil let humans perish if they do not have the brains to sort themselves out into what would be a environmentally-sustainable future. Do I care about the future? No I do not care about anything, just to live another moment and deal with the next thought that comes to my head or the next prompting that I receive from anyone to clarify to him what I believe in.