Saturday, April 22, 2017

Quotes of the Week

Enlightened insights taken from the past week’s reading:

"We might even say that in 2017, there are two things that really animate the political and cultural elites of the West: first, their self-styled urge to defend truth, their pose as warriors for honesty against the misinformation of the new populists; and secondly, their agitation with unfettered discussion and with the expression of what they consider to be hateful or outrĂ© views. This is striking, because truth without freedom, without the freest possible space in which to debate and doubt and blaspheme, is not truth at all. It is dogma. It represents an assumption of intellectual and moral infallibility rather than a winning and proving of it in the only way that counts: through free public contestation. That our rulers both claim to love truth and fear freedom of speech utterly explodes the pretensions of their moral panic about a ‘post-truth’ era. It’s not truth they want to protect – it’s the authority of their prejudice."
Brendan O’Neill

"The Mohammedans—although I’ll note it’s now very un-PC to call them that—are technologically and economically backward. As long as they put the Koran at the center of their lives—and they have to, because it is the direct, incontrovertible word of Allah—they’ll remain backward. If, through an accident of geology, there wasn’t a lot of low cost oil in places they live, the West would have no reason to care what they think, say, or do. They’d be no more than an interesting tourist attraction."
Doug Casey

"If Trump is willing to defy his own word, as well as constitutional, domestic, and international law regarding war, will he now use his presidential power to affirm his principles and bypass the politicized courts (whose overreach he has often disparaged) and unilaterally nullify Roe v. Wade and all subsequent federal court decisions which slavishly follow that case’s nullification of all state laws regarding abortion?"
Christopher Manion

"To those walking the halls of government power, the people over whom they rule usually fall into one of two classes. In the mind of the politician, anyone who deigns to oppose 'public policy' — which means government policy in all cases — for any reason, regardless of the reason’s merit, is the enemy and must be branded as such and crushed. Anyone who stands between them and their efforts for more power, more aggrandizement and more wealth is public enemy No. 1."
Bob Livingston

"Social divisions are absolutely rational and healthy, and there is nothing 'evil' or totalitarian about organizing only with people that share your values. The real evil comes from those that would suppress our values in the name of 'harmonization' — there is no such thing.  Globalists and leftists argue for the adoption and toleration of all ideologies and principles as a means to peace, but what they really want in the end is the erasure of all the ideologies and principles they see as disagreeable in order to make way for their own."
Brandon Smith

"What distinguishes man from animals is the insight into the advantages that can be derived from cooperation under the division of labor.  Man curbs his innate instinct of aggression in order to cooperate with other human beings.  The more he wants to improve his material well-being, the more he must expand the system of the division of labor.  Concomitantly he must more and more restrict the sphere in which he resorts to military action.
Human cooperation under the divison of labor 'bursts asunder,' however, when citizens turn into warriors."
Ludwig von Mises

"Those who desire to control others through access to the tools of violence that define the state, have rationales to convince their intended victims of the 'rightness' of their rule. From explanations such as 'God’s will' to the 'divine right of kings,' the authority of some to enjoy coercive power over others – along with their subjects’ duty of obedience – is so engrained into the minds of people as to seem as self-evident as the forces of gravity."
Butler Shaffer

"We’d be better off if Trump had left all the government posts unfilled and then ordered every federal government employee to find other jobs. We’d be better off if they were all given 6 months or even 12 months severance pay. Then permanently leave their posts vacant. Generous, yes, but infinitely less costly than the existing amounts extracted from taxpayers. We should bribe Congress to dissolve itself and this Union in the same way. If every member were given $10 million, the total would be only 5.35 billion dollars or so. It’s a bargain."
Michael Rozeff

"The Cold War was Marx; the cultural war is Gramsci.  Both had the same objective.  Gramsci’s model has sustained and has proven more successful in destroying western civilization."
Bionic Mosquito

"When you watch the president and government in Washington, the European governments, especially the idiots in London, the Canadian and Australian governments, you can only marvel at the total stupidity of 'Western leadership.' They are begging for the end of the world.
And the presstitutes are at work driving toward the end of life. Huge numbers of Western peoples are being prepared for their demise, and they are protected from the realization by their insouciance."
Paul Craig Roberts

"Clinging to nostalgia for the Union that was, many refuse to even consider legal and peaceful independence as an option. But meanwhile, D.C. takes our lands without asking, strikes down our laws through judicial fiat, and dictates a multitude of other rules that are not constitutionally permissible. Yet, in the face of all that, there are still those that insist that we can reform our prodigal government, as if it hasn’t been tried and tried again.
If Texas wants its sovereignty back, then we must have the courage to repossess it from the federal government that has abused it. What we’ve laid down, we can take up again, understanding that it is not the political union that currently binds us that ultimately matters, but the principles that it was founded on. The same principles that the Union no longer cherishes, Texas will defend. The hour is late, and the longer we delay, the more we damage a prosperous and free future. It’s time to Texit."
Billy Hathorn

Thursday, April 20, 2017

US Crimes of the Week

Truthful headlines offering you more reasons to separate yourselves from The Regime’s madness:

Texas Forced to Spend 22% of Budget on Regime ‘Health’ Boondoggle

And no, that doesn’t even include ObummerCare.

He’s already proven he’s just another politician by habitually killing. Now he’s further proven he’s just another politician by habitually lying.

He sees them as “hostile” since they repeatedly reveal the crimes against humanity perpetrated by his criminal regime, particularly the murderous agency he leads.

Let the ISIS recruiting drive begin!

Building your own targets to destroy keeps the war scam in motion.
And such efficiency- A $16,000,000 bomb used to take out (reportedly) 36 sand monkeys- That’s over $444,000 per carcass.

Oops, now the death tally is up to 94. That ups the efficiency to about $170,000 per carcass. It looks like the god-Trump’s “Swat team” is having an effect!

The DC Ruling Class lives in an impenetrable bubble.

There will always be confused loyalists blindly following the blind.

She believes people of some races are too stupid and helpless to secure an ID……and, most important, also stupid enough to vote for her hardcore Bolsheviks.

Raising millions to get billions in free shit for their adoring parasites.

We might be one election away from the Hammer & Sickle flying over North America.

Notice how the Lincoln Cultists can’t deny the NC lawmaker’s truthful statements. They can only reply with, “get over it.” These programmed loyalists continue to prove themselves as a weak, easily-to-be-defeated opponent.

Why shouldn’t they ignore the crime of the century? They were the instigators.

“We need to understand why the increase in rates of diabetes development varies so greatly and is so concentrated in specific racial and ethnic groups."

Really? Just walk into any fast food joint and note the race of customers chowing down on crap. These overpaid health Nazis apparently see no connection between diet and disease. They’ll probably blame such conditions on “racism.” Or “discrimination.” Or “spending cuts.” Or “white privilege.” Or “angry white men.”

The "Crime here?" This is what the tax slave receives in “benefits” from an agency with a $30 billion annual budget!

Emperors Show Off Their War Toys:


And they never warned software manufacturers about it. What are the odds that the NSA will accept responsibility for any resulting disasters?
Note: Only older, unsupported Microsoft versions seem to be vulnerable.

The Regime needs to protect the “privacy” of its crony plunderers.

And the lawyers make out like bandits.

The Regime’s solution? Get rid of the polygraph test.

I see this happening quite a lot, recently, throughout the US Collective. Gangsters return home from the Imperial City to defend it’s latest dictates and the subjects are hostile. 
The belief that one city can centrally plan and run the lives of 320 million people over a huge geographic area with a “one size fits all” mentality is patently absurd.

They consider it “traitorous” to expose their crimes.

What little testing that has been done has shown poor and unreliable performance.

How many "protected" people will die when the missiles start flying?

Another gift from ObummerCare.

Some good news for the resistance:

States will no longer be forced to subsidize baby killers with stolen money. At least until the next Emperor takes the throne.

Two versions of anti-liberty bigots have a street fight, further discrediting their mutually held philosophy. These are the two primary factions fighting for control of the Empire that claims to rule you. This leaves political separation as the only logical course of reaction and resistance.

The resistance’s cup runneth over.

No “law” is (supposedly) broken as long as the weed is given away. It certainly makes more sense than “writing your congressman.”
It’s encouraging that even local slaves of The Imperial City are reasserting their sovereignty.

It’s a shame he seems clueless on what to do about them.
His question: “What if we don’t really govern ourselves? What do we do about it?
Answer: “Secession!”

Why remain a suffering subject? Secession, anyone?

Saturday, April 15, 2017

Quotes of the Week

Enlightened insights taken from the past week’s reading:

"From the Mises’s perspective, then, the solution to the immigration problem is not to legislate some vague, ad hoc right to the 'freedom of movement' between existing fixed-boundary states. Rather, it is to complete the laissez-faire liberal revolution and secure private property rights by providing for the continual redrawing of state boundaries in accordance with the right of self-determination and the nationality principle. Then — and only then — can the continual and wealth-creating reallocation of labor throughout the world required by a dynamic capitalist economy be peacefully accommodated without precipitating political conflict."
Joseph T. Salerno

"History has shown that democratic elections don't guarantee an uncorrupt, functional government. Rather, democracy has become the public-relations stamp of approval for corrupt governance that runs roughshod over individual liberty while centralizing the power to enforce consent, silence critics and maintain the status quo."
Charles Hugh Smith

"Once we unmask the morality of criminal politics, we see a sophisticated process of using words and phrases to force upon us a social and moral ethic of conformity. In fact, our standard of mental health is nothing more than our complete submission to conformity. If we translate further, conformity means yielding to the morality of government authority without question. The 'national interest' is a monopoly of demagogues and powercrats."
Bob Livingston

"Leftist ideology depends upon thought control and manipulation in order to remain relevant. Because their values are not based in logic or self examination, they don’t have the ability to win people over through compelling arguments; all they have are lies and force. When in power, they use the force of government. When out of power, they use the threat of the mob. If tribalism and the non-aggression principle were to thrive, the leftists in their current form would present a failed group and fade away."
Brandon Smith

"Complexity – which reflects the architecture of life itself – has an inner volatility that makes uncertainty a constant, and the institutional order cannot abide question marks. Change occurs because life fluctuates and is not static; it achieves equilibrium only in death."
Butler Shaffer

"Government buying things isn’t 'demand' anymore than one is a 'customer' of the IRS. Whatever 'demand' is created, is artificial – dependent on wealth transfer, on the coercive power of the government. It is the same sort of 'demand' that built the Volga canal in Stalin’s Soviet Union."
Eric Peters

"Open borders are supported by vaguely warm-hearted appeals to those who think with their glands. There are probably 500 million Indians, as many Chinese, hundreds of millions of Africans, more Muslims, and several hundred million Latin Americans who would like to emigrate to the United States. The question for Social Justice Warriors is how many of these should be admitted–none, all, or a specific.
Anyone who makes noises in favor of immigration should answer this question as otherwise, he will be engaging in mere moral posing. But to choose one number is to exclude another number. Not inclusive, that."
Fred Reed

"Excuse me, but are people 'more' dead if they’re killed by chemical weapons, as opposed to incinerated by napalm or disemboweled by shrapnel? It’s almost like as long as a government kills people with the proper weapons, it’s all good. But use the wrong one, and here comes the world saying how unfair it is. Again, excuse me, but has anyone happened across the common denominator in the use of military weapons, be they conventional or NBC? That would be: Government. See, only a government or someone aspiring to be one has those kinds of weapons."
Jack Perry

"While the State is a pernicious and coercive collectivist concept, the 'nation' may be and generally is voluntary. The nation properly refers, not to the State, but to the entire web of culture, values, traditions, religion, and language in which the individuals of a society are raised. It is almost embarrassingly banal to emphasize that point, but apparently many libertarians aggressively overlook the obvious."
Murray Rothbard

"Such is its majesty… that a lowly judge can snap his fingers at the president of the United States… and tell him he can’t deny a Syrian’s request to visit Des Moines…
And the President obeys him.
But that same president can make war on Syria itself — without anyone’s permission at all!"
Brian Maher

"The more common the culture the less demand for 'government.' Why do you think western governments work so hard to destroy culture?"
Bionic Mosquito

Thursday, April 13, 2017

US Crimes of the Week

Truthful headlines offering you more reasons to separate yourselves from The Regime’s madness:

Regime Celebrates the War That Ruined the 20th Century

Why ruined? Because it led to nearly every other world conflict (including the bankrupting Cold War) and the creation of the Regime’s National Security State. 
Such a remembrance does not impart the lessons learned from history. It only glorifies the error and effort, inspiring the mistake to be repeated.

He assists jihadis (supposedly his enemy) by….. attacking their enemy.

Let me see if I have this straight- Killing children with shrapnel bombs and even nuclear weapons is okay but killing them with chemical bombs “crosses the line.” 
What “line” is that- the line of illogic and insanity?

The DC Death Cult is orgasmic with joy.

Up to now, he just hadn’t killed enough people (and enjoyed doing so) to satisfy them.

“With him [Assad] in power, we cannot reach a peaceful settlement.”
Translated: “With him in power, we cannot occupy and colonize Syria.”

It now means “first” to kill and start wars.

Terrorists working together for mutual benefit.

Soon, The Imperial City will dictate every company’s wage rates.

Soon, The Imperial City will dictate what is “acceptable speech.”

He has tasted blood……and likes it. Apparently, egos have no growth limits.

Somehow, this has something to do with “education.”

But they didn’t do it with poisonous gas, so that makes it okay.

Apparently he feels more expensive Regime bombs kill “more nicer.”

How? By killing them with more expensive, overpriced weapons? This clown reminds me of an eight year old playing King of the Mountain.

They feel they own it all, anyway, so why not give the greenie goo-goos an opportunity to virtue signal on social media.

If so, maybe emotionally driven females and their p-whipped male counterparts are now ruling the world.

“Even if Afghan forces are mostly self-sufficient they will likely require international financial support for many years.”
Translated: War whore profits are protected for years to come.

They’re now part of the “welfare wagon of NATO.”

“Either you join our team or we won’t like you anymore!”

It will be hard to decide who to root for…..

The ex-hired killers have “valuable skills” to “strengthen our communities.” 
This makes as much sense as saying an experienced oil driller would make an excellent dentist.

So sick people make good cops? 

The DC Death Cult doesn’t want to be short handed when it’s time to kill. Their voluntary slavery may become downright involuntary.

Think of it as The Regime brewing up some “cultural enrichment” to soon release into the country.

And if you share the same name as a listee, it’s up to you to prove you’re not them. And if you don’t, you’re financially screwed.

Notice the convoluted logic used in justifying his claim.

And in just six months. Of course, that is not near enough to pay for all the wonderful, vital services we receive…….

Some good news for the resistance:

Say “bye-bye” to the criminal Fed.

It takes a small step toward reasserting its sovereignty. A small but significant step along the road to secession and independence.

Unfortunately, only minor damage reported.

Why remain a suffering subject? Secession, anyone?

Saturday, April 8, 2017

Quotes of the Week

Enlightened insights taken from the past week’s reading:

"[Leftists] see cultural division of any kind on the part of the west as inherently evil. Ironically, when it comes to so called 'victim groups' like Muslims, social-justice warriors will argue that their aggressively divisive behavior is off limits to criticism because you have to be from that culture to understand it'.  So, tribalism on the part of designated victim groups is beyond reproach, and tribalism on the part of westerners is a cancer that must be eradicated. The double standard is evident."
Brandon Smith

"When culture evolves at its own pace, it can be wonderfully marvelous.  When cultural evolution is forced, it is a source of certain conflict."
Bionic Mosquito

"Group identity can be any religious group, any racial group, any fraternal group — either secret or open — and any social group. As one loses his/her identity to group thought, then he/she becomes manipulated by the phony altruistic pronouncements of politicians and authority. This is to say that when one loses self he is transferred to group thought. We are one or the other.
Governments and their politicians strive to move humanity from the ego or self to the group. This is the foundation of government deception and power. The stronger the group’s appeal, the more one can be led into and deceived by altruism and altruistic appeals. The goal of this deception is to con people into ceding more power and wealth to the entrenched elite based on phony altruistic nonsense."
Bob Livingston

"Institutionalism has its roots in a struggle between the effective forms generated by the human action, and the processes that created such entities or practices. Those who benefit from maintaining the status quo are always opposed to liberty, for change is implicit in autonomous activity. A synonym for 'liberty' is 'choice,' and the choice depends on individuals being free to act upon options they perceive to advance their self-interests. When your actions and mine are guided by the 'property' principle (i.e., to do as we choose regarding what each of us owns, but with our decision-making ending at the boundary line that separates our property interests from one another) the quality of human life is maximized."
Butler Shaffer

"Carbon dioxide is a natural constituent component of the atmosphere, like water vapor and nitrogen and oxygen. To characterize CO2 as a 'pollutant' is either a titanic imbecility or a purposeful attempt to mislead."
Eric Peters

"The bottom line is that all members of the Radical Left have one thing in common: They absolutely, positively, and sincerely believe in their moral superiority. And, much like radical Muslims, if you refuse to yield to their demands, they have no choice but to destroy you. After all, if you’re morally superior, you have a blank check to do whatever is necessary to save the world."
Robert Ringer

"In spite of traditional schooling's emphasis on the myth of the great man as the key to societal change, I'm free enough from the matrix to realize that revolutions have always been the result of small remnants who subverted outdated systems through innovation while the confident majority lulled itself to sleep through the same old tired debates about who should get to control the existing system."

"The elite have as an objective the destruction of western civilization; a culture of classical liberalism grounded in Christian morality is a challenge to the growth of state power.  The elite have as an objective the maintaining of 'government' as that term is understood today.
The elite have found fellow-travelers in the libertine and Big Government Libertarians, respectively."
Bionic Mosquito

"Contemporary libertarians often assume, mistakenly, that individuals are bound to each other only by the nexus of market exchange. They forget that everyone is necessarily born into a family, a language, and a culture. Every person is born into one of several overlapping communities, usually including an ethnic group, with specific values, cultures, religious beliefs, and traditions. . . . The ‘nation’ cannot be precisely defined; it is a complex and varying constellation of different forms of communities, languages, ethnic groups or religions. . . . The question of nationality is made more complex by the interplay of objectively existing reality and subjective perceptions."
Murray Rothbard

"Texas with its resources and spirit of Liberty doesn’t need the U.S. and its massive and growing debt, its violation of constitutional governance, and its unwillingness to reform under both Democratic and Republican administrations. Simply put, there’s little that Washington does for us that we can’t do ourselves. For these reasons and more, growing numbers of Texans have concluded that we’d be better off without the federal government and their unaccountable regulatory state, their overreaching judiciary, and their Presidents and Congresses that either have no corporate understanding of the principle of limited government or merely hold it in contempt, ignoring it for the way it interferes with their schemes for all of us."
Daniel Miller

Thursday, April 6, 2017

US Crimes of the Week

Truthful headlines offering you more reasons to separate yourselves from The Regime’s madness:

Regime Controlled Media Slanders American Hero

They will always favor the liars over the truthers.

They can make it look like someone else did the hacking. A creative masterpiece from the Masters of Disinformation.

They show a few plane parts here, but not in a visual context to connect them to the Pentagon. Where are the jet engines, the bodies, body parts, luggage? Does this hole look more like a crashing plane created it or a bomb?

When are they going to release the surveillance video of the “American Airlines plane” flying into the building?

Kind of like they do here in the Homeland.

Though he can’t say why, which is a typical of a programmed response from a brainwashed individual. Notice how he ignores the 15+ years of his Empire’s illegal invasion and occupation.

They’ll try even harder to confiscate your wealth to give themselves more free shit.

Does this clown realize that millions are laughing at him?

As with any war the US starts, their subjects get poorer while The Regime’s cronies get richer.

Making it easier for his comrades to make a similar decision against you.

I guess their collateral damage is not relevant enough to count. Or maybe the operatives responsible for such duties are too busy at their desks watching kiddie porn.

Apparently, the “old” ones just aren’t deadly enough. And he sees the $1 trillion estimated cost as “affordable.”

And if successful, look for such methods to be used by your local police force.

I first read of this interesting story this week, so will list it among this week’s Crimes. 

The Emperor will decide who you should hire to work for your company. Skilled, intelligent workers are desirable immigrants, not the third world, illiterate parasites that The Regime favors. 

The god-Trump and his Imperial City have no Constitutional authority to control immigration. That power only exists among the fifty sovereign states suffering under The Regime’s oppression.

She “thinks” she knows who the Syrian people want as their president.

This is what you get for your $1 trillion of “protection money” paid annually? How long would a private defense agency stay in business with this kind of performance record?

Every mental illness and perversion will soon achieve coercive acceptance.

The NSA needs help doing its dirty work and GCHQ is less regulated.

Apparently, pedophilia is not their only affliction.

They view every subject as a potential “criminal enterprise.”

Some good news for the resistance:

….at least regarding marijuana legalization.

Be thankful for a bit less murder forcibly funded by tax slaves.

Notice how the regime controlled media hilariously laments the inevitable cutback in “customer service.”

Why remain a suffering subject? Secession, anyone?

Saturday, April 1, 2017

Quotes of the Week

Enlightened insights taken from the past week’s reading:

"Globalists prefer an outcome in which traditional values are erased and replaced with a 'new world order' mindset.  A system that is rooted in collectivist suppression of individual liberty, where freedom is exchanged for 'harmony;' one global tribe worshiping one global god — the state."
Brandon Smith

"Libertarianism, in theory, is decentralization in practice.  There are no universal 'shoulds' in decentralization.  If there were, it wouldn’t be libertarianism or decentralization, would it?
Culture cannot be avoided when the libertarian theorist attempts to consider the application in a world occupied by humans."
Bionic Mosquito

"Politicians regularly espouse human liberty and democracy at the same time. This is impossible! Human liberty is not available in a collectivist system. Human liberty is only available to the individualist. Individualism and human liberty are opposite to democracy and any other form of collectivism."
Bob Livingston

"The bottom line is this. Place no hope of betterment in changing the party or man in office, for so long as rulers possess the power to tax, they will use that mechanism of the state to the detriment of its subjects. The power to tax provides the serpent of state with its victims, us. Taxes feed the monster whose growth spreads venom everywhere. Taxes with or without representation are evil, ever fostering harm and destruction. If we are wise, we will defang the beast by ending its power to tax."
Michael Rozeff

"We need nothing so much right now as to look beyond the borders of our conditioned thinking and behavior and recognize that 'life' is purposeful activity; that life does not choose to be forced in directions it does not serve its purposes to go; and that institutionalized restraints and compulsions forced upon the living increase the entropy that deprives both individuals and societies of their productive energies. 'Conflict' – the lifeblood of all political systems – reaches its claws into all facets of life’s varied expressions, entangling humanity in self-righteous, destructive hostilities with persons we know only by abstract labels we have helped to fashion."
Butler Shaffer

"The first and most important thing to understand about politics is this: forget Right, Left, Center, socialism, fascism, or democracy. Every government that exists — or ever existed, or ever will exist — is a kleptocracy, meaning ‘rule by thieves’ Competing ideologies merely provide different excuses to separate the Productive Class from what they produce. If the taxpayer/voters won’t willingly fork over to end poverty, then maybe they’ll cough up to fight drugs or terrorism. Conflicting ideologies, as presently constituted, are nothing more than a cover for what’s really going on, like the colors of competing gangs."
L. Neil Smith

"The conscious and intelligent manipulation of the organized habits and opinions of the masses is an important element in democratic society. Those who manipulate this unseen mechanism of society constitute an invisible government which is the true ruling power of our country. …We are governed, our minds are molded, our tastes formed, our ideas suggested, largely by men we have never heard of. This is a logical result of the way in which our democratic society is organized. Vast numbers of human beings must cooperate in this manner if they are to live together as a smoothly functioning society. …In almost every act of our daily lives, whether in the sphere of politics or business, in our social conduct or our ethical thinking, we are dominated by the relatively small number of persons…who understand the mental processes and social patterns of the masses. It is they who pull the wires which control the public mind."
Edward Bernays

"Compulsory collectivism is the path of regression into earliest tribalism and groupthink. Post-statism, a society with voluntary governance that replaces involuntary governments is the legacy of The Renaissance, The Reformation, The Enlightenment, The Age of Reason, with The Age of Libertarianism dawning."
Garry Read

"Contrary to their own anti-statist pronouncements and pretensions, then, the peculiar left-libertarian victimology and its demand for undiscriminating niceness and inclusiveness vis-a-vis the long, familiar list of historical 'victims,' including in particular also all foreigners qua potential immigrants, actually turns out to be a recipe for the further growth of State power. The cultural Marxists know this, and that is the reason why they adopted the very same victimology. The left-libertarians do apparently not know this and are thus the cultural Marxists’ useful idiots on their march toward totalitarian social control."
Hans-Hermann Hoppe

"If a politician found he had cannibals among his constituents, he would promise them missionaries for dinner."