Thursday, December 12, 2019

US Crimes of the Week


Truthful headlines (and just one week’s worth) offering you more reasons to separate yourselves from The Regime’s madness:


It didn’t work out so well for some creep named, Beto……


The hope, of course is such “lethal aid” will be used to kill lots of Russians.


Will there be fireworks in the sky and angels singing?


I doubt it means much to the families of these men and women that The Regime is pocketing a lot of money in exchange for their lives.

Heck they're losing their lives to these terrorists without even leaving the "homeland."


Your sons and daughters will die to defend these thugs, as well.


They’re going after states who disallow voters who are criminal, border invading, looting parasites that tend to vote for the above-mentioned Bolsheviks.


The bounty is just for information, now but I’m sure that will change. This individual has been officially designated a “terrorist” though no information exists proving he is one.


You can look forward to having your identity stolen by some thieving parasite for as little as $10.


They’re even a threat to tax slaves who happen to walk the same ground.

The only “predators” that bother me take cover under that big ugly dome in DC, voted in by looting loyalists.


Instead of giving them “paid leave,” why don’t we just “pay them to leave!


It’s just as large a failure as their War on “Terror.”

Prohibition never works, no matter how much state violence you put behind it.

Don’t you think it’s time for this Regime Crime to end? Why not help convey that one, necessary, brief command to The Regime’s hired killers and conmen in Afghanistan- “GTFO!”


Even the Regime controlled media is now admitting it.

Unfortunately, the DC Gangsters who profit from it will continue to ignore the truth.   


Giving psychopaths unbridled power results in all sorts of chicanery.


It’s gotten to the point that they believe that their own hired killers are too stupid to think for themselves.


First, they’ll cripple it with onerous regulations to complement their War on Other Plants, then they’ll kill it off completely with oppressive taxation.


They can’t find enough Jihadis to chase after, so they’ll harass the Russians.


Will these lunatics ever run out of free shit to demand?

And forcing you to pay for it?


But she doesn’t appear to want such an investigation of her favorite war.

Has this woman ever apologized for her voluntary participation in this particular war crime?


He says such money cannot be “diverted” for such uses- meaning that protecting the border from invasion is not a function of “national defense.”

But invading and occupying other countries is?


Regime Gangsters will never voluntarily limit the flow of money. The only way to accomplish that is to cut off Tax Teat that feeds their criminal activity. 

How do you do that? Secession!



They name some companies that “helped Iran import items for its weapons of mass destruction programs”…that don’t exist!


He was peacefully informing people that it’s, “Okay to be white.”

Well, we certainly can't tolerate that kind of hate speech!

Some good news for the resistance:


Any disruption in the city’s criminal activity is a good thing.

Of course, if they try this in Texas, they’ll be turned into road kill.


So, if you’re a typical loyalist, you probably think these folks also “want to bring back slavery.”


Why remain a suffering subject? Why do you need a “US?”


Secession, anyone?


Sunday, December 8, 2019

Quotes of the Week


Enlightened insights taken from the past week’s reading:

"Obama can disdain the people for their 'guns and Bibles' and Hillary Clinton, like Alexander Hamilton, can describe the people as 'deplorables.'  In a genuine government of the people both of these characters would be sent down in shame for insulting 'the people.'   Instead, they gather the votes of a majority of the electorate.    How can this happen?   I offer a possible explanation.  The American educational system has turned out millions of pseudo-intellectuals, people with no particular intelligence or learning and who have no real power but who think that because they share the egalitarian scripture that they are therefore members of the elite and superior to those deplorables."
Clyde Wilson

"The usual suspects among the communist chattering classes are now pivoting to a new mass advertisement campaign to attract apparatchiks to their serial killer ideology by painting every white human a white supremacist. While I think that government supremacists have done far more damage to earthlings, I look forward to seeing the unintended consequences and a mirror image of the very radicalization they so admire in their Antifa pets.
Keep pushing, collectivists.
Newton’s Third Law is a motherfucker.
They say the collectivists can’t meme and one reason is their complete blindness to the irony of their creed. Individualism is the enemy of government supremacist creeds because the individual isn’t valued in the hive mind. It is merely mortar for the foundations and walls of the leviathan state. A human competent to be bent to the will of the violence broker class and its sycophants on pain of death depending on the resistance to state authority."
Bill Buppert

"China is NOT on board with this nonsense of climate change caused by humans. The South China Morning Post has reported that their scientists have traced their civilization and its rise and fall to the energy output of the sun. Simply put, when the climate warms, civilization flourishes. When it turns cold, we isolate ourselves and civilization contracts.
China will take up the crown of the financial capital of the world because the West is just going insane with socialism and using climate as the excuse to seize power and wealth.
I have stated many times that when it is beneficial to come together, civilization expands because there is a synergy that rises that is greater than the sum of the parts. When civilization becomes corrupt and it feeds upon one class for the benefit of another, the very PURPOSE of coming together no longer makes sense and you witness this throughout separatists movements, revolutions, and civil war."
Martin Armstrong

"I hate to sound defeatist, but it’s all over for what was once known as American civilization. The celebrity of AOC is indicative. How else could a 29-year-old Puerto Rican waitress, poorly educated and not very bright, set the political tone for the whole country?"
Doug Casey

"We the People will occasionally dispatch a Ron Paul to Washington, it is true.
But for every Ron Paul, we install two dozen spendthrifts… six dozen profligates… a hundred wastrels.
Comes the standard counterblast:
'We simply have to elect better people — that is the answer. We deserve better. But the entire system is corrupt. We must work to change it.'
Here we have the immemorial cry of the true believer, the babe in the woods.
And it will likely remain the immemorial cry of the true believer, the babe in the woods — until the end of the chapter."
Brian Maher

"Gun ownership is as integral to a free society as free speech and property rights. Without firearms ownership, the public is at the mercy of any criminal or criminal government that seeks to oppress them. Remember, if your AR-15 was not a threat to the elites, then they would not be constantly seeking to take it away. Never let it go."
Bob Livingston

"Freedom cannot be boiled down to a dream or a wish; something that might happen someday if we are able to stay alive long enough. Freedom is a responsibility that is already born into most human beings. It's not a cheesy ideal, it's a timeless ideal. Freedom and the fight for peace and balance in the face of would-be emperors is an infinite battle. It never ends. The fight is freedom. Without the fight, freedom disappears.
For each person that defies collectivists and totalitarians, even at the risk of their own life, the shadow is held back another day. This is what matters, and this is what the survival purists don't get. You have to make yourself worthy of surviving, by standing for principles and values that are bigger than you are. Otherwise you're not worth a damn to anyone, even yourself."
Brandon Smith

"Most believe that all men seek and desire liberty, but could anything be more inaccurate? I would posit that mankind in general has never been satisfied or content with freedom. In truth, the opposite is the case, as the common man fears freedom more than slavery. The masses are not ever happy with real freedom, as freedom requires intelligence, responsibility, courage, and competence. Given that the human species is only comfortable in the herd, and wants to be coddled instead of being strong, liberty is anathema to natural human desire.
In America, these truths are evident throughout society, and are becoming more evident with each and every generation. Common people seek safety and contentment in the flock, without any eagerness to actually do the work necessary to sustain freedom. In fact, the masses are terrified of being free, and are very uncomfortable with the concept of liberty. It sounds good in theory, but in practice requires intellectual fortitude, courage, an enlightened soul, and wisdom, things that those in the group do not possess."
Gary D. Barnett

"The solution to our ills can be found in the distinction between power and force. 
While force tries to lord over by employing fear, true power inspires. 
Force dehumanizes, treating people like robots, or subjects, to be molded… 
Power humanizes, treating people with dignity, giving them agency. 
Force tries to solve problems using fear. 
Power uses inspiration to pursue foreseen and yet-to-be seen opportunities.
The former is constricting, the latter is expansive.  
And, fortunately, the rationalizations provided by the one-trick-pony called 'force' always crumble at the inspiring sight of power."
Chris Campbell

"The premise of the egalitarianism that drives gender madness and that seeks to tear down the traditional society of fixed morals and families is the existentialist idea that existence precedes essence. But from our freedom to choose does NOT follow the implication that we can DO anything, such as remaking human nature, choosing our sex, having a child choose a gender, building a perfect society, or building a society based upon an egalitarian ideal. Certain essences of human nature and society rule some things out. The society that nonetheless chooses to elevate these things into its guiding ideas, the society that makes these wrong, corrupt, degenerate, unholy and ungodly choices, that society will destroy itself.
Destruction follows from believing that existence precedes essence and then taking the wrong path out of the quandary that such a belief poses."
Michael Rozeff

"The smart way to keep people passive and obedient is to strictly limit the spectrum of acceptable opinion, but allow very lively debate within that spectrum — even encourage the more critical and dissident views. That gives people the sense that there’s free thinking going on, while all the time the presuppositions of the system are being reinforced by the limits put on the range of the debate."
Noam Chomsky

"So, facing problems that appear to be created by the state system, politicians, stuck in that 'same level of thinking,' continue to apply the same tool, basically brute force, solving nothing, creating new problems, and all the while being callously oblivious to the consequences.  In their own minds, they all are just doing their duty or 'following orders,' while in reality they are manufacturing corpses, destroying neighborhoods and cities, devastating cultures, communities and religions and forcing the mass movement of peoples.  It is yet another feature of archism that its practitioners can wreak such havoc during the day, doing things that normal human beings not employed by the state consider abhorrent, and sleep like babies at night.  Thus, unfortunately, conscience does not make cowards of archists."
James and Michael Ostrowski

Thursday, December 5, 2019

US Crimes of the Week


Truthful headlines (and just one week’s worth) offering you more reasons to separate yourselves from The Regime’s madness:


Of course, this will only encourage the deadbeat parasites to continue not paying their bills.

Regime’s Food Nazis Harassing CBD Dealers

It’s rather tough to follow these tyrant’s "rules" when there are no rules.


Its starts with non-citizens to set the precedent to lock up dissenting Regime slaves- otherwise known as “citizens.”


Only the anointed can do such a thing

How are you “free” when a single tyrant can literally outlaw your personal and business transactions?


I’m hoping their projected debut of 2050 is accurate. I won’t be around to be sickened by their existence.


“And if the machines can’t find enough dead people to eat, they can always make new ones.”


So much for the “peace process.”


He wants to prove that he’s just as bad a looter as the French tyrants.

South America is also in his crosshairs


Sociopaths love involving themselves in any kind of conflict- even when it’s none of their stinking business!


Aren’t you glad the Piece of Paper’s “fourth amendment” protects you from such an invasive action?...........


His Deep State buddies see a “new threat” from Iran.

Look for another false flag event very soon.

Why remain a suffering subject? Why do you need a “US?”

Secession, anyone?

Sunday, December 1, 2019

Quotes of the Week


Enlightened insights taken from the past week’s reading:

"What begot modern industrialization and the unprecedented improvement in material conditions that it brought about was neither capital previously accumulated nor previously assembled technological knowledge…. the early pioneers of capitalism started with scanty capital and scanty technological experience. At the outset of industrialization was the philosophy of private enterprise and initiative, and the practical application of this ideology made the capital swell and the technological know-how advance and ripen.
One must stress this point because its neglect misleads the statesmen of all backward nations in their plans for economic improvement. They think that industrialization means machines and textbooks of technology. In fact, it means economic freedom that creates both capital and technological knowledge."
Ludwig von Mises

"The notion that 'the people' have all the power, and are supreme over a government created through elections, is ludicrous on its face. That has never happened in history, and frankly, could not ever come to fruition, regardless of lofty ideology and delirious imagination.
The term democracy is bandied about as if it were a euphoric and magical state sought by all who claim to love freedom. This country after all is thought by the majority to be the greatest bastion of freedom on earth, so is this gross misconception about freedom surprising?"
Gary D. Barnett

"Freedom demands the destruction of the security and surveillance organs and the disempowering of the millions of informants who work for the state. This is not a call to murder our own stoolies — although some of the 2.3 million prisoners in cages in America’s own gulags would perhaps rightly accuse me of writing this from a position of privilege and comfort and not understanding the brutal dynamics of oppression – but instead to accept that unless these informants on the streets, in the prisons and manning our massive, government data-collection centers are disarmed we will never achieve liberty. I do not have quick and simple suggestions for how this is to be accomplished. But I know it must."
Chris Hedges

"The trans- phenomenon has gained plenty of traction in popular media and academia for a variety of reasons, the victimhood card is, of course, de jure and de facto, putting it at the front of the line. The other reason (among many, all root cause analysis discovers many vectors) is yet another assault on masculinity, no matter the destination of the gender dysmorphia even a transition to 'male'; the feminine is always superior to the masculine. The reason is [blood] simple. The masculine impulse will always challenge authority whether government or private, the nature of masculine ambition distilled. This is a partial explanation for the sex deficit of women among libertarians and the all the components ecologies of the anti-state and anti-authoritarian. The dearth of female adherents to anti-statist philosophy may very well be determined by a natural inclination to security and the mistaken perception that only a coercive state can do this.
Hence the media swooning and pearl clutching over the plight and experience of trans folk. One can see that media portrayals of the feminine are shallow, worshipful and tilted in a confirmation bias that favors state violence and aggression to organize society while the media portrayal of men is mostly that of doddering, intellectually stunted sexual predators whose existence is merely guaranteed by female steering and moralizing."
Bill Buppert

"Within an established totalitarian regime the purpose of propaganda is not to persuade, much less to inform, but rather to humiliate. From this point of view, propaganda should not approximate to the truth as closely as possible: on the contrary, it should do as much violence to it as possible. For by endlessly asserting what is patently untrue, by making such untruth ubiquitous and unavoidable, and finally by insisting that everyone publicly acquiesce in it, the regime displays its power and reduces individuals to nullities.
Apart from the massacres, deaths and famines for which communism was responsible, the worst thing about the system was the official lying: that is to say the lying in which everyone was forced to take part, by repetition, assent or failure to contradict. I came to the conclusion that the purpose of propaganda in communist countries was not to persuade, much less to inform, but to humiliate and emasculate.
If you are held responsible for what I do and I held responsible for what you do, does that make us not friends but mutual spies? Normal human bounds are dissolved by collective responsibility, to be repealed by distrust, fear, dissembling and withdrawal.
It is countries with no dissent, which live in the quiet of the grave, that are vulnerable and fragile."
Theodore Dalrymple

"Let us pursue the subversive mission of applying the same moral rules against theft, kidnapping, and murder to our rulers that we apply to everyone else.Our warmakers believe they are exempt from normal moral rules. Because they are at war, they get to suspend all decency, all the norms that govern the conduct and interaction of human beings in all other circumstances. The anodyne term 'collateral damage,' along with perfunctory and meaningless words of regret, are employed when innocent civilians, including children, are maimed and butchered. A private individual behaving this way would be called a sociopath. Give him a fancy title and a nice suit, and he becomes a statesman."
Lew Rockwell

"To those who still believe the soldiers past and present are fighting for our freedoms, and many have died for our freedoms, I would ask them to sight half a dozen ways in which we are more free today than in years past? We are in fact much less free. This means either their efforts have been a complete failure, or our freedoms were never what they were fighting for to begin with."
Greg Privette

"I really think the mainstream idea that we can always make a mad dash for the black emptiness in the sky if things go to shit here keeps us from truly confronting our urgent need to preserve the ecosystemic context in which we evolved, and which there’s no evidence that we can live without.
I mean, we don’t even know that space colonization is possible. As of yet we have no evidence at all that humans are sufficiently separate and separable from Earth’s biosphere for survival apart from our ecosystem to be a real thing. Humans aren’t really separate 'things'; they’re a symbiotic collaboration of organisms with ecosystems of their own, all of which as far as we know are entirely dependent on the greater ecosystem from which we blossomed. So far all our attempts at creating independent biospheres have failed miserably, and the closest we’ve come to living in space has consisted of nothing but glorified scuba excursions: visits to space stations fully dependent on a lifeline of terrestrial supplies. That’s the difference between flying and jumping. It might be as delusional as our brains thinking they can hop out of our skulls and live independently of our bodies, or some river eddies saying they’re moving to dry land."
Caitlin Johnstone

"The existentialists say 'Existence precedes essence', which means first we are alive, and then we define our own being and identity. This philosophy is what’s eating away at our culture. To some, this suggests a power to perfect man and society. They are willing to use the powers of the state to accomplish this feat. To others, this philosophy suggests that we create ourselves individually. This leads to all values being equivalent. Whatever one chooses becomes okay. Everything is permitted. The individual may do anything and no one can say it’s right or wrong.
These two highly destructive directions (elevating the state and elevating the individual) are diametrically opposed, and yet they both flow from the idea that existence precedes essence."
Michael Rozeff

"A country with instability on the American scale tends to unleash wars, and wars have been the sole activity of the US in the 21st century, leaving 'a trail of destruction, suffering, refugee camps and death on an industrial scale.'  Consequently, the rest of the world is organizing to put a halt to Washington’s aggression and violent overthrow of countries. 
With America unable to produce leadership, handicapped by inferior weapons systems, and left behind by the revolution in military affairs, the neoconservatives drowning in their own arrogant hubris could easily foment a conflict that will leave America in ruins."
Paul Craig Roberts

Thursday, November 28, 2019

US Crimes of the Week


Truthful headlines (and just one week’s worth) offering you more reasons to separate yourselves from The Regime’s madness:


Property rights don’t exist under communist regimes.

Emperor Wannabe-Fake Injun Wants to Hire 10,000 ‘Workers’ to Fight the Weather

Yes, I still consider blatant idiocy among the ruling class as a “crime.” Their idiocy tends to morph into policy.

Regime Goon Sticks His Beak into Iranian Politics

It’s a shame he doesn’t share the same enthusiasm and support for those who uncover and protest his crimes.


It’s “very possible” Iran will attack “again.” Of course, there never was a first time.

But hey, they’re thinking about it…


Wasn’t it just earlier this year we heard all the eloquent speeches from The Emperor to “bring the troops home?”

By golly, it was!


Add these clowns to your list of “world organizations” that have zero credibility.


Perfectly constructed propaganda, preparing you for your dark future.


That’s just one of many crimes listed in an annual “waste report.”

Only cutting off DC’s Tax Teat will stop such abuse.

After secession, A hard rain’s gonna fall on these thieving bastards.


And you always considered it hyperbole that I referred to these creatures as the “DC Demons?”

Why remain a suffering subject? Why do you need a “US?”


Secession, anyone?

Sunday, November 24, 2019

Quotes of the Week

Enlightened insights taken from the past week’s reading:

"The only time that you should despair is when you are personally powerless to make a difference. As Texans, we should always remember the lessons from our past. Gonzales teaches us that we should stand. The Alamo teaches us what might happen when we refuse to stand down. Goliad teaches us what happens when we do stand down. San Jacinto teaches us what can happen if we never give up."
Daniel Miller

"Slogans masquerade as ideas.  The media is devoid of integrity.  Fantasies such as Russiagate,  Saddam Hussein’s weapons of mass destruction, Iranian nukes, Russian invasions, Venezuela represented as 'a threat to American national security,' Western Democracy in which voters decide nothing, self-regulating financial markets—really the fantasies are endless, and they leave America as the blind man of the world."
Paul Craig Roberts

"History of all government is the history of power, violence and slavery.
'Politician' is a deceptive colloquialism for violence brokers. The brokerage is the potential and actual dispensation of state violence through taxation, regulation, fining, kidnapping, caging, maiming and killing in the tried and proven continuum of government compliance. The notion that a single man is incapable of self government but a single psychopath and his connected minions and apparatchiks is the key to a peaceful and just society lording over millions.
It is no more complex than that, all government outside of self-government demands violence to see its project in train and complete. Left or right is simply misdirection, it is always the choice between individualism and collectivism, the choice between non-intervention and intervention. In North America, there is no single political party that doesn’t want the reigns of government so it can take its collectivist vision and enforce it at gun point.
Politicians are the enemy of all free-range humankind.
Have you noticed a trend in the US? No matter what wing of the Uniparty gets in office, government gets bigger at the Federal levels and the state subsidiaries continue to expand their portfolio of zookeepers instructions to the zoo animals?"
Bill Buppert

"Trade wars rarely produce any benefits for either side.  They are the equivalent of sending tens of thousands of soldiers to be mowed down by machine guns on the blood-soaked Somme battlefield in WWI.  Glory for the stupid generals; death and misery for the common soldiers."
Eric Margolis

"War is inseparable from propaganda, lies, hatred, impoverishment, cultural degradation, and moral corruption. It is the most horrific outcome of the moral and political legitimacy people are taught to grant the state. Wrapped in the trappings of patriotism, home, songs, and flags, the state deludes people into despising a leader and a country that until that point they had barely even heard of, much less had an informed opinion about, and it teaches its subjects to cheer the maiming and death of fellow human beings who have never done them any harm."
Lew Rockwall

"Because it is therefore taken for granted that states must exist, a startling blindness to or denial of the necessary costs of creating and maintaining states has existed.  This is true both with respect to existing states and to proto-states, that is, movements that wish to become states.  More often, when proto-states clash with each other or with existing states, anarchy is ironically often blamed for the resulting violence and chaos.  This is an error as the primary cause of the ensuing violence is the perceived need for each entity to completely vanquish its opponents and drive them out of existence entirely.  If any such disputant in modern times has been anarcho-capitalist in its goals and methods, that is the best kept secret of all time. All known disputants have sought to achieve monopoly state power by defeating all competitors.  The sum total of the resulting violence, murder, mayhem, destruction and chaos has been incalculable."
James and Michael Ostrowski

"The truth about economic sanctions is that they are abhorrent. It is the intentional use of power and control by governments to purposely brutalize an entire population of innocent men, women, and children, in order to advance a political agenda. This is the definition of terrorism. It is done without compassion or caring for the mass suffering that will always result. It is a knowingly planned destruction of entire societies, which can only lead to the mass suffering of innocent people. It is unholy."
Gary D Barnett

"Any single man must judge for himself whether circumstances warrant obedience or resistance to the commands of the civil magistrate; we are all qualified, entitled, and morally obliged to evaluate the conduct of our rulers. This political judgment, moreover, is not simply or primarily a right, but like self-preservation, a duty to God. As such it is a judgment that men cannot part with according to the God of Nature. It is the first and foremost of our inalienable rights without which we can preserve no other."
John Locke

"So many of us are looking forward to some escape route coming from outside of us to rescue us from ourselves; some are looking forward to the second coming of Jesus, some are looking forward to the aliens coming in to save the day, some are looking forward to the Democrats or the Republicans finally capturing the whole entire government and setting things right with the world, and some are looking forward to billionaires setting up a space colonization program so we can get off this accursed blue orb before we destroy it. But there is no deus ex machina here. No one’s going to save us from ourselves. Even if we do succeed in running away from home, we’ll inevitably bring the same inner demons with us that got us into this mess in the first place.
We’ve got to turn inward and evolve beyond our self-destructive impulses. The only way out is through. The mind virus of celestial escapism stops us from doing this, because it offers us yet another false promise of deus ex machina. It lets us run away from doing the hard but necessary real inner work, just like doing drugs or binging on Netflix or any other kind of escapism."
Caitlin Johnstone

"Once we accept that protecting citizens and their property is the central function of government, we must ask what makes it so important. The answer is that we all gain immeasurably from the reliable performance of that function — stable, enforced property rights lower the transactions costs of voluntary, mutually-beneficial arrangements (especially complex arrangements) at almost uncountable margins of choice; they deny others (including government itself) the ability to force involuntary arrangements on others at those same margins. Increasing the former and decreasing the latter as much as possible allows us to become unimaginably more productive and better off, peacefully, without sacrificing any of our liberties."
Gary Galles

"The word democracy is an agenda quite different from its innocent sound. It is a euphemism for despotic government. Democracy is a term that conceals a system of manipulating people by manipulating their thought processes. The word democracy is the most politically correct word in America and in the entire world. Every politician uses the word democracy repeatedly to numb the people and disguise authoritarianism.
Democracy means disarmament of the mass mind into a state of apathy, resembling deep sleep. Change agents cleverly transferred the word republic into democracy for the purpose of the numbing of the senses. The word democracy and all that it implies destroys in our minds the relationship of cause and effect so that our own thoughts betray us. It has made us a pablum society wherein we unknowingly love evil and hate good.
To attempt to defend democracy and gun ownership at the same time is a masterpiece of cynicism and an illusion of the possible. It can’t be done. We have to love one and hate the other. But we must first know the difference."
Bob Livingston

"Men of incalculable stupidity and likely sexual inadequacy talk about nuclear war as winnable. Dream on. Reflect: American cities cannot feed themselves. Three days without food shipments and New Yorkers would clear the supermarket shelves. A week and they would kill for cans of tuna fish. Two weeks and they would be eating each other. A very few nuclear bombs on transportation hubs would prevent distribution of food for months. Even fewer cobalt bombs, designed to produce a maximum of lingering radiation, would make the farm belts lethally radioactive for a decade.
'Defense Intellectuals,' usually stupid enough that they ought to live in trees, chatter about escalation dominance and the intimidation factor and airtight missile defense. They are nuts. What they really need is a codpiece and a subscription to Pornhub Premium.
This is why it is a really, really, bad idea to have a psychopathic cockatoo, two loon Christians, and a pathologically aggressive momma’s boy in a position to start a war."
Fred Reed

"In two words, properly understood and defined, our strength is INDIVIDUAL FREEDOM. This is our basic principle. It’s INDIVIDUAL FREEDOM, not more and not less.
But if the wrong definition of freedom is used, this principle is subverted. Freedom must be understood as the absence of the initiation of violence by other people against you. Freedom does not mean power, ability, security, or the possession of goods. Freedom in the social-political sense means that the person with freedom is not the object of aggression initiated by others, including especially government itself."
Michael Rozeff

Thursday, November 21, 2019

US Crimes of the Week


Truthful headlines (and just one week’s worth) offering you more reasons to separate yourselves from The Regime’s madness:


No crime is too heinous if done in the service of the DC Empire.

Military’s Mad Scientists Looking to Create New Super Bugs

You can look forward to some new mutant bacteria pumped under your house to look for explosives.

Regime’s Terrorist ‘War on Terror’ Has Killed 801,000 People

The killing will continue, and the costs involved will still be unpaid in the 22nd century.

The only way to stop such madness is to cut DC’s Tax Teat.

The only way to accomplish that is through secession.

Regime Gangsters Renew Totalitarian ‘Law’

And the majority Gang wouldn’t allow the other Gang members to even read it!


And they’ll be sending 3000 more killers to The House Of Saud to protect those particular terrorists and “to deter Iranian threats.”

Just what “threats” would those be?

Why remain a suffering subject? Why do you need a “US?”


Secession, anyone?