A return to commodity money can’t be done. It privileges investors at the expense of ordinary people, and managing the supply of money is too valuable for an economy. No economy can compete without it. And there are other vehicles for storing capital – including commodity money, real estate, commodities (how oil functions today). Commodity Money has value external to it being used as money. Currency only has value as commodity money substitute. Asking a country not to use currency (shares of stock in the economy) is as ridiculous as telling companies that they can’t issue public shares of stock, nor release additional shares of stock. Like all things, libertarian ideas were attempts to westernize jewish diasporic ethics of the pale that depended upon specializing in extractive usury, and using the proceeds to construct rent seeking, and baiting into hazard.
(Falsification of Libertarian Dogma: “What right do you have to the appreciation of the purchasing power of a currency without contributing to the production of that value?” And “What right do you have to the preservation of the purchasing power of a currency?” And “Why does an lender have right to price stability at the expense of the rest of the marketplace?” Those are the three demands that drive the (((usury))) philosophy we call’ libertarianism.)