Sunday, January 14, 2018

Quotes of the Week

Enlightened insights taken from the past week’s reading:

"Apart from some good news in restoring Texas’ Red River border, in 2017, Washington further eroded our rights as a state, progressive interests within Texas failed to give us the tools to oppose an imperial federal government, and D.C. is as hell-bent as ever to kill our economy through massive debt. Yet, in Washington’s slide towards suicide, there remains hope. More and more Texans have been waking up to the realization that D.C. cannot be saved, and that Texas independence is the only way to restore prosperity and freedom. May 2018 be the year Texas firmly decides to reclaim the self-determination that was always hers. An overreaching Washington is definitely one old acquaintance that should be forgot."
Ryan Thorson

"Groupthinkers constantly believe that their concepts are distinct 'things.' It’s why they think that a 'social contract' is an actual item rather than an idea, why they think 'fairness' or 'diversity' or 'tolerance' are specifically identifiable entities rather than just general viewpoints that different people think differently about."
Garry Reed

"It’s in the best interests of leaders to convince their citizens that other human beings living in rival gangster nation-states are the enemy. Pretty much all nation-states are run as organized crime syndicates, the only question is a matter of degree. As such, the goal of political leaders is more often than not to propagandize 'the people' into thinking that they are somehow special, the chosen ones, etc. When this sort of propaganda is successful, it provides the pretext for all kinds of barbaric horrors against other humans who are, naturally, less special or righteous than they are."
Mike Krieger

"Passive words like democracy disarm the mind, and then it is only a matter of time before you volunteer to hand over your guns. 'To keep and bear arms' is the opposite of democracy."
Bob Livingston

"Terrorism is defined by Caleb Carr as politically motivated violence against non-combatants and it just so happens that definition is coincident with government behavior at its root and as observed every day.  The dozens of agencies that have a charter or sub-charters to deal with formal terrorism cannot even agree on what that definition is. The War on Terror is a nonsensical enterprise on so many levels but you would think a sober government analyst would realize an honest government would pursue this to self-eradication."
Bill Buppert

"The State is the organization of the herd to act offensively or defensively against another herd similarly organized."
Randolph Bourne

"The United States of America, regardless of the misguided belief by the masses that this is the land of the free, is undeniably by strict political definition, a Fascist oligarchy. Yes, there are some aspects of democracy, socialism, communism, and Marxism, but Fascism by the few is the ruling political ideology of today’s America.
This explains the obvious mindset of 'American exceptionalism,' and the nonsensical belief America is the epitome of right and good. The root of this arrogant, obnoxious thinking has for generations been by state design. This notion is perpetuated throughout the life of all citizens by state indoctrination and brainwashing, beginning with government controlled schools that claim quasi-ownership of children from infancy to full adulthood. The aim of these institutions is to indoctrinate the masses to produce model citizens in a society that is loyal to community, city, state, and nation, and one opposed to self-interest, self-ownership and individualism."
Gary Barnett

"The Constitution states admirable old ideals, strictly for moral people from another age. While it endures historically as a quaint piece of preserved parchment for tourists to ogle when visiting the Logic Free Swamp, today’s operative 'Constitution' is scribbled on a Magic Slate every day as circumstances warrant. 'Security' has been relegated to mediocre 'Scrabble' word. As a pragmatic reality, it exists only in direct proximity to your personal firearm. The Law and its loin-girded enforcers can no longer be counted on to be a shield for you or your inalienable rights; they are now mere bargaining chips in times of confrontation. 'Innocence' is for old Perry Mason re-runs; your 'case' is only as virtuous as the news cycle is long. We have devolved into a Society of 'Got’cha Last'."
Brian Wilson

"If I said I was skeptical that a supernatural being put us here on Earth, you’d be justified in calling me a 'doubter of religion.' But if I said I was skeptical that manmade global warming was going to melt the icecaps, that doesn’t make me a 'doubter of science.' Once upon a time, the best minds in science told us the Sun revolved around the Earth. They also told us the Earth was flat, and that a really bad fever could be cured by blood-letting. Happily, those beliefs were questioned by skeptical minds, and we moved forward. Science is a wonderful thing, and a critical thing. But without doubt, science doesn’t advance."
Mike Rowe

"Liberty is an indivisible whole. When we allow government to violate a few rights here and there, we endanger them all. Rulers strong enough to protect what we deem important are strong enough to destroy it, too. Loving liberty requires that we not only heed this elemental tenet but cooperate with it. No matter how necessary or good something may be, enforcing it at the point of the government’s guns always boomerangs, crushing what we sought to promote while empowering politicians.
If we are ever to live free, we must unite around the simplest definition of freedom and fight for it alone rather than for other issues: 'no governmental compulsion against any peaceful person for any reason at any time'."
Becky Akers

Friday, January 12, 2018

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:


While his goons intervene, the god-Trump cries about Iran’s “human rights violations,” “squandered wealth,” and “terrorism,” while ignoring his and his allies own such crimes.


You don’t mind The Regime extorting you and killing in your name to protect “commodity rights and security” in Africa, do you?


All together now, “War is peace, slavery is freedom, ignorance is strength, and cooling is warming.”


Spying on your devices is necessary for “public safety.” 


Until they can break your encryption, they’ll harass you and brutalize you until you comply.

Translated: Use of nukes is OK unless they explode around him.

Translated: Mass murder isn't so massive when the nukes are "limited."

For a price, of course. Big fat checks must be delivered to the god-Trump’s war whore allies. 

I thought it was just Deep Staters and not “populist outsiders” who wanted to continually enrich the Military Industrial Establishment.


General warrants for all!

This useless Piece of Paper (with the “C” word name) should be renamed the “The Crime of 1789.”

Some good news for the resistance:


Sovereigns are becoming more and more enlightened about their responsibility toward self defense.


I’ll believe it when I see it. In the meantime, getting a slave pass from Ecuador is a positive step.


The inevitable demise of The Regime’s bankrupt empire will be hastened as more and more states and individuals refuse to subsidize this demonic entity.

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

Secession, anyone?

Sunday, January 7, 2018

Quotes of the Week

Enlightened insights taken from the past week’s reading:

"There is something which unites magic and applied science (technology) while separating them from the ‘wisdom’ of earlier ages. For the wise men of old, the cardinal problem of human life was how to conform the soul to objective reality, and the solution was wisdom, self-discipline, and virtue. For the modern, the cardinal problem is how to conform reality to the wishes of man, and the solution is a technique."
C.S. Lewis 

"Racism isn’t abnormal or unnatural. It’s actually a primitive survival characteristic. It’s perfectly normal, from an evolutionary or genetic point of view. In fact, birds of a feather flock together, and like attracts like. If you’re walking down a lonely city side street at night, who’s more likely to give you trouble: Some young Jews going to a chess club meeting, or some young blacks going to a bar?
Of course, we discriminate, based on whatever factors are relevant. It’s stupid not to. But race is just the first filter. There are many others. The key to intelligent and moral action is to treat people as individuals, not as members of groups, whenever possible. Just the opposite of what so-called 'identity politics' is all about. They see people primarily as members of racial, ethnic, linguistic, sexual, or other groups."
Doug Casey

"The state, in order to maintain itself, used and forged many instruments of indoctrination – the family, the church, the school – to build in the soul of the citizen a habit of patriotic loyalty and pride. This saved a thousand policemen, and prepared the public mind for that docile coherence which is indispensable in war."
Will Durant

"Socialism is inherently immoral unless it becomes voluntary – Capitalism is potentially dangerous unless it is bound by the Non-Aggression Principle."
Marley James

"Why do all governments want to confiscate arms of their people? It is quite simple. The government political system fears an armed citizenry. Organized crime, no matter how legitimate it may appear, wants no risk of being overthrown and no personal risk of the politicians and bureaucrats. It wants no threat to the state that it cannot calculate and control.
The state is therefore the enemy of the people. Otherwise it would not fear the people and want to disarm them. We can clearly understand disarmament because we recognize that the state and its bureaucrats and politicians are on one side and the people are on the other."
Bob Livingston

"After all, the real difference between most people isn’t intellectual, it’s emotional, psychological, visceral: libertarians self-identify while socialists group-identify. It’s why, if there is ever to be anything close to peace in the world, that all good, decent, caring people must adopt mutually applied voluntaryism. Let everyone be an individual when they want to be and a part of something bigger than themselves when they want to be, with no coercion or bullying or recrimination from anyone.
Forcing square pegs into round holes and round pegs into square holes will forever be a losing game. We are all individuals and we are all social. Help one another when asked but otherwise leave one another alone and we’ll get along just fine."
Garry Reed

"Despite all the court historians, nomenklatura apologists and contemporary mouthpieces who sing paeans to government and the denizens who run it, the agenda remains the same: the destruction of individual direction and volition and the harnessing of the captured citizenry to the whims and will of the self-appointed zookeepers. You have been lied to and civics class in the government education system then and now has been a descriptive mechanism to rationalize yoking individuals into the collective hive of the state.
Civics is simply government obedience training."
Bill Buppert

"Throughout the Western world politics has degenerated into fraud. No government serves the public’s interest. Except for some former Soviet satellites in Eastern Europe, European governments have defied the will of the people by admitting vast numbers of refugees from Washington’s wars and others pretending to be refugees. The European governments further imperil their citizens with their support for Washington’s rising aggression toward Russia. The universal failure of democratic politics is leading directly to war."
Paul Craig Roberts

"Nikki Haley is such an asshole, I do not see how any diplomats can take her seriously, much less the North Koreans. She’s mean. She’s demanding. She’s irritating. She has a one track mind. She wants her way and only her way. She doesn’t coordinate with the State Department. On North Korea, she says one thing, Tillerson says another. Trump says all sorts of things. This so-called 'team' is a joke. No one would pay any attention to these American buffoons if they did not possess arsenals of terror."
Michael Rozeff

Friday, January 5, 2018

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:


The tender, fragile, cloth worshiping, snowflakes are offended by a sabotaged state worship service.  They don’t seem to realize they only paid to watch football.


Coming soon to your neighborhood- swarming, networking, hypersonic, highly efficient, modularity maximizing, killing machines.

Feel proud and salute your striped, blood colored, war rag.


Typical of fascist/populist/loyalists- Even when they do something positive (eliminating foreign aid), they do it for the wrong reason.

Instead of no longer sending stolen wealth to foreign dictators because it is morally wrong and anti-liberty, they withhold it because those foreign dictators refuse to bow to and obey The Regime’s ruling psychopaths.


And if you disagree, you are a racist/white supremacist.


Considering that 100% of their previous predictions have been false, I’m not too concerned. Even if true, man will adapt as he always has. Most certainly he will be capable of discovering alternative methods and locations to raise one lousy plant.



Can you imagine the fallout to be suffered by sovereign North Americans when this general is assassinated? Get ready.

The Regime will do whatever is necessary to instigate a war with Iran.


Always count on them to develop new ways to war and spy on you.


Let me introduce you to DC’s newest evil doers- ISIS 2.0! Perhaps they are just the renamed children of version 1.0.

Let the endless war begin….and begin again….and begin again!


The infantile remarks continue as we move from bigger bombs to bigger buttons.


Apparently, burning a piece of cloth is equally as horrible as burning Christian humans.

Mr. Paul seems to have joined the ranks of the reality-optional “symbol minded.”


Well, at least he gives that option to do so to his underlings. Where do you suppose their loyalties lie- to the sovereign states or to The Regime? How can they justify their cushy “jobs” if they don’t take action to satisfy DC’s tyrants?


We’ll find out if the god-Trump’s lawyers have “bigger buttons” than the author’s lawyers.

Regime to Go All In on Biometric Scanning

When they recognize you as a dissenter, will they send “swarming missiles” as mentioned above to neutralize you? Or maybe slaughterbots?

Some good news for the resistance:


You probably already knew this, but now it’s “official.” Maybe even Joe Loyalist will finally acknowledge his master's historical lies.


Don’t let the door hit your wretched, fascist, liberty hating, parasitic butt on the way out.

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

Secession, anyone?

Sunday, December 31, 2017

Quotes of the Week

Enlightened insights taken from the past week’s reading:

"Most civilisation is based on cowardice. It’s so easy to civilize by teaching cowardice. You water down the standards which would lead to bravery. You restrain the will. You regulate the appetites. You fence in the horizons. You make a law for every movement. You deny the existence of chaos. You teach even the children to breathe slowly. You tame."
Frank Herbert

"The welfare-warfare state is built on violence and deceit. It is thus inevitable that many of those participating in this immoral system will combine their immoral politics with immoral personal conduct. Hopefully the revelations of sexual misconduct among the welfare-warfare state’s Capitol Hill and media defenders will lead more Americans to question the morality and the wisdom of allowing the federal government to run the world, run the economy, and run our lives."
Ron Paul

"Country is a concept of peace, of tolerance, of living and letting live. But State is essentially a concept of power, of competition: it signifies a group in its aggressive aspects."
Randolph Bourne

"The German state under Hitler was organized crime protected by visible military power, whereas American so-called 'democracy' is a police state without the jack boots and the swastika. Police power in a modern democracy appears more benevolent because it is more subtle or more invisible. But police power is ever present. It normally isolates and prosecutes enemies of the state, radiating its presence through the controlled media for public obedience. This type of police state is accurately described as benevolent totalitarianism. Sometimes, however, it misfires and rears its despotic head in actions like Waco and Ruby Ridge."
Bob Livingston

"An egalitarian society can only hope to achieve its goals by totalitarian methods of coercion; and, even here, we all believe and hope the human spirit of individual man will rise up and thwart any such attempts to achieve and ant-heap world."
Murray Rothbard

"All the propagandistic fairy tales that have infused your education and media exposure on the 'good cop' fantasy are just that. The only way for the cops to go after bad guys is for the Internal Affair apparatchiks to do their job.
You may have anecdotal evidence of nice interactions with officer friendly but in the end, that cop will do what he is told by his political masters and ring your bell and snuff your life if you disobey it."
Bill Buppert

"It should now be clear that the U.S. has overextended itself. It is too big and attempts too much control, both here and abroad. However, contrary to the prediction of Ron Paul, a breakup of states, primarily those wishing to escape the control of Washington, may be inevitable. In fact, under certain circumstances, it just may be what the U.S. needs.
If Texas were to reassert its sovereignty, using the waning years of the American Empire to stabilize its own systems, Texas could be relatively insulated from the U.S. collapse. However, it is even possible that the loss of Texas might be the very thing to jog the Union back to its senses and get it to finally change its own suicidal policies… Well, at the very least, Texas will be safe."
Ryan Thorson

"Global warming is an infinitely flexible, unscientific, unfalsifiable theory which can be stretched to accommodate any observation. Some Climate Scientists even shamelessly reject the very concept of scientific falsification with regard to the conduct of climate science.
No matter what happens to the weather, the climate explainers shamelessly cobble together an explanation which blames bad weather on your sinful lifestyle.
Whatever the observation, the climate explainers have their theory – their infinitely adaptable theory, which they claim is science. Warm weather confirms their worst fears. Cold weather is waved away. Whatever the observation, the explainers shamelessly adapt their theory to provide an explanation, based on their 'scientific' theory which cannot be falsified by any conceivable observations, even an abrupt plunge into a new ice age."
Anthony Watts

"Americans have become so accustomed to the concept of sanctions that the policy has become hum-drum and commonplace. Since the violence associated with sanctions is indirect and difficult to see, people don’t put them in the same category as bombs. But the reality is that sanctions, by virtue of their targeting foreign citizens for death, are every bit an act of war as dropping bombs on them."
Jacob Hornberger

"We are told, 'Except for Native Americans, we are all immigrants or children of immigrants.'
True enough – true as well for the 'Native Americans.'  By the way, open borders didn’t work out so well for this group."
Bionic Mosquito

Thursday, December 28, 2017

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:


Loyalist, leftist logic: The local protection racket, the state protection racket, and the federal protection racket fails to protect, so lets allow an occupation by armed, foreign goons to make things better.


He envisions “soaring military spending and protracted overseas engagements as the ticket to American domestic safety and prosperity.”

So creating more terrorists, making us poorer, and destroying still more individual liberty is considered “putting America First.” 

Such a warped vision reminds me of a relevant  historical quote:

“All within the state, nothing outside the state, nothing against the state.”
Benito Mussolini


Just like a “temporary tax” all other “temporary” Regime abuses wind up turning permanent.

Even a temporary return to "constitutional law" is a quickly vanishing mirage.


She can voluntarily pay more than she “owes” but that’s not good enough for your typical, loyalist sociopath- She wants the guns of the state to force her fellow “rich" subjects to may more.


It seems that arming a neo-Nazi regime next door and hostile towards a nuclear power is somehow keeping you “secure.”

Or is it all necessary for your DC Masters to give a theft cut?


A country suffering the death of millions is now considered merely a “bloody nose.”


All workers from North Korea must return home to have their “nose bloodied.”


They’re chomping at the bit and foaming at the mouth in anticipation of a war in Europe with Russia.
We’re probably only a couple “joint military exercises” away from witnessing such an event.


The “logic” is that the new tax cuts will increase economic activity, meaning more money for The parasitic Regime to steal and therefore spend on more war making. Being rational, you probably never thought of war making as "economic activity."


So how do you fight the “Deep State” by giving them pay raises? Why not cut their pay and encourage them to leave?


The Emperor and his Regime continue to be exposed as slaves to the Zionist Jews. The agreement is to counter “Iranian actions.’ These actions amount to nothing more than a sovereign state (Iran) taking actions to protect itself against dangerous, openly hostile, western predators.


They sold oil to a neighbor without the permission of The Regime. How dare they!

Some good news for the resistance:


Such terrorists are caught withholding evidence- a common ploy of these goons.


Ain’t “treason” a wonderful thing?


Laugh at them. Despise them. Let the energy created fuel your continuing resistance. 


The US regime has a long history of false flag events. Yet, the Regime Media continues, to this day, to pooh pooh any mention of such recent events as “conspiracy theories.” 

Maybe they and their clueless readers and listeners are finally coming around.

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

Secession, anyone?

Sunday, December 24, 2017

Quotes of the Week

Enlightened insights taken from the past week’s reading:

"Each time Texas goes all in on the Union, futilely trying to stop Washington from committing slow-suicide, we lose; we lose more rights and control over our lives, we see more debt accumulated to weigh down future generations and cripple our economy, and we have more delay in Texas reaching her full potential. We need to be realistic and recognize the U.S. for the sinking ship it is. We need to stop putting our faith in false promises, and our hopes in Alabama senate races. If we are going to change anything substantially for the better, Texas will have to it on its own.Time to Texit!"
Ryan Thorson

"There is an age-old means to free people from coercive states rather than wait for them to implode from gangster-driven economics — secession.  It amounts to a public declaration that a certain group of people no longer considers themselves subject to their state’s jurisdiction.  It’s quite possible a tidal wave of secessions will occur as states grow more debt-drenched, bureaucracy-laden and weaker.  
The only problem with secession is the state.  States survive by bleeding its subjects, literally (wars) or figuratively (taxes).  Fewer subjects means less blood.  A state that loses too much blood imperils its survival.  Plus it’s a sign of weakness if it can’t check the bleeding, and no state can afford to look weak among the community of like bullies." 
George Smith

"No child is going to be imbued with an entrepreneurial spirit who grows up with the idea that he 'deserves' to be able to do X. This is a self-destructive pity party. Children should also not be taught destructive nonsense about 'the rich,' the one group in society we are permitted to hate, and whose achievements may never be mentioned. Why, they're possibly rich through inheritance! Or by 'exploiting' someone earning minimum wage! This is economic nonsense.
If the emphasis is on who is 'deserving,' then answer me this. Suppose eye transplants are possible. My child is blind. Your child has two functioning eyes. Does your child 'deserve' those eyes more than my child? If not, then you are required to transfer one of your child's eyes to my child."
Tom Woods

"When a collective acts to stop people from leaving, all they are doing is exposing the fact that their reasons for existing are inadequate and unconvincing. This goes for Spain, it goes for the EU and it goes for the rest of the world. Globalists and collectivists should take note — decentralization is the true model for the future. In the long run, forcing people into participation in the system is a losing battle."
Bob Livingston

"The more dictatorial decrees judges hand down, the more conflict between the losers and winners (just as the Dorks envision), and the more lawsuits to come. That increases the demand for more courts, more personnel, more employees of the State dependent on it for their livelihoods and more victims foolishly hoping government will adjudicate to their benefit next time.
Tragically, even the victims seldom ask whether we 'need' such an exhausting system at all."
Becky Akers

"Being an abstraction, America as Idea is utterly devoid of every vestige of historical contingency.  Emptied of all of those racial, ethnic, religious, and cultural particularities, the individual and collective experiences of the generations of human beings who made America what it is, American Exceptionalism is bloodless, lifeless, an eternal, timeless category that is designed to accommodate a virtually infinite number of pieces of machinery (human beings)—as long, of course, as those pieces are either indistinguishable from one another or at least treated as if they are such.
Thus, we find American Exceptionalists enthusiastically supporting relentless and potentially limitless immigration from practically anywhere and everywhere in the world, but mostly from countries and cultures whose mores, histories, and traditions are often not only distinct from, but antagonistic toward, those of Americans."
Jack Kerwick

"It is a wonderful political theory, but 'though shalt not' does not bind a community.  I really don’t get it anyway.  Who really believes that the non-aggression principle is an all-encompassing formula for a peaceful life?  Who really believes that the non-aggression principle will define itself, interpret itself, and defend itself?  I guess only those who view it as a religion of some sort.
In any case, it is all of the 'thou shalts' that we share – not with 100% conformity, but generally accepted – that binds a community.  A community with a generally accepted set of 'thou shalts' will come closest to a self-governing community.
Something or someone will govern: either learned tradition and culture built on 'what works' or a strongman (whether dictator or democracy) making it up as he goes along.
Which one offers more stability in the law?  Which one offers the best prospect for freedom in a world occupied by humans?"
Bionic Mosquito

"It goes without saying that most sober observers would grok that lower corporate tax rates lead to lower prices on goods and services in a modestly competitive environment and all the usual collectivist suspects were mewling and caterwauling about breaks for the rich. Even they would know better if they considered it. But there is a reason. They never assume any of the government produced fiat currency is anything more than a temporary loan to the Helots laboring in the vast feedlots known as America. The zookeepers don’t want a dime repatriated to the hapless laborers. They have so internalized the state, it is outside their moral imaginations to understand that one’s toil and wealth belongs to the individual."
Bill Buppert