Sunday, November 18, 2018

Quotes of the Week

Enlightened insights taken from the past week’s reading:

"Any undocumented person arriving at any border of the United States, regardless of age, sex, or country of origin, must immediately be refused entry.  No courts involved.  End of discussion."
Robert Ringer

"What libertarians understand is that knowledge isn’t confined in the minds of the chosen few, biological or electronical; new ideas, revelations, discoveries, inventions, innovations, creations, conceptions are widely distributed throughout a multitude of human minds.
In a controlled society you have no Wright Brothers or Henry Fords or Jonas Salks, what you get are Bushes and Clintons and Trumps.
The past exists in the minds of the controllers, no matter how benevolent or well-meaning they may be, while the future dwells in the minds of individuals.
Libertarianism flourishes, collectivism fails."
Garry Reed

"America is a unique concept, and it was an excellent concept. Its values—what it stood for, at least in theory—were actually unique in the world’s history. But people conflate that with the U.S., which is now really just another one of the 200 nation-states that cover the face of the Earth like a skin disease. I’m all for the idea of America. It’s unique, it’s good, it’s wonderful. But the U.S. is just another nation-state, like Burundi, Burma, or Ecuador—there’s less and less practical difference. Be especially careful when you conflate the U.S. and America."
Doug Casey

"The rule at hand is that the word gender is not a substitute for the word sex, and that in the world of real things, you don’t actually get to declare what sex you are. You can engage in all kinds of behaviors, such as enjoying intimate relations with members of your same sex. You can pretend to be a member of the opposite sex. In statistically very rare instances, you can come into this world with genital abnormalities that present developmental problems, but most of the people currently pretending to some kind of 'intersex' status do not fall into that category. The game of pretend can be very personally intense, I’m sure. But it’s still just a game of pretend."
James Howard Kunstler

"You’ll notice a vote in this country is never about changing the system to one of zero theft and initiated aggression on the part of the state. It’s always about a nest of psychopaths offering a menu of the same violent and economically illiterate voodoo that is government bookkeeping and barbaric behavior on residents and non-residents alike."
Bill Buppert

"Who gave the tiny group of people, who until recently were almost universally regarded as oddballs outside the domain of everyday life, the right to ruin the careers and lives of people who use the ordinary language that we all grew up with? Who gave these people power over the way the rest of us speak? Why should they have this power? it makes no sense whatsoever. It is evidence of a culture that has lost all respect for truth and all confidence in itself."
Paul Craig Roberts

"Democracy and fiat money are the twin towers of public deception. Both are required to deceive Americans concerning their own affairs. Both are empty, so far as individual liberty and the common good are concerned. The common wealth of the people has been perverted into a collective 'public good,' or disguised socialism, which is used as the primary appeal to advance both democracy and the love of money."
Bob Livingston

"The people of Texas are tired of living under 180,000 pages of federal laws, administered by 440 separate federal agencies and 2.5 million unelected bureaucrats. The people of Texas are sick of having their lives dictated by politicians they didn’t elect forcing policies on them they don’t want."
Daniel Miller

"Our income and our labors are taxed and redistributed to those who won’t work, to inefficient and corrupt governmental agencies, to programs that might violate our faith and to morally despicable foreign governments- of which many hate us despite the money we give them."
David Thomas Roberts

"Anyone who calls for open borders in a world of state borders might be mouthing the word 'liberty'; just keep in mind: it isn’t your liberty that they are talking about."
Bionic Mosquito

"Schools teach exactly what they are intended to teach and they do it well: how to be a good Egyptian and remain in your place in the pyramid."
John Taylor Gatto

"The poisons we ingest due to big government cannot possibly be remedied by getting the country to ingest even more of them, but that’s what Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is pushing enthusiastically. A government with the powers it has today already places freedom at extreme risk. What Ocasio-Cortez proposes, which is well on the way to total government control, can all be voted in and all be found constitutional! Isn’t that possibility itself proof that the country has swallowed a poisonous substance disguised as a harmless drink? Do we now want to ingest the whole bottle of poison or shouldn’t we de-tox?"
Michael Rozeff

Thursday, November 15, 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:

And it seems to make no difference to DC that thousands may starve.

The Regime insists they promise to not use chemical weapons after an assassination attempt involving the use of a nerve agent.

They demand such action even though they offer no proof of Russian involvement in the attempt.

It turns out the Clown is a climate kook and sees no problem with forcing his religion on millions of other people.

“This is admittedly a dramatic under-report of people killed in the wars, as it only attempts to calculate those killed directly in war violence, and not the massive number of others civilians who died from infrastructure damage or other indirect results of the wars. The list also excludes the US war in Syria, which itself stakes claims to another 500,000 killed since 2011.”

Are you tired of helping pay for the carnage?

You didn’t think the DC Demons would stop, do you?

But they’ll do it in a “sensible way”…..

Regime Gangsters Won’t Debate Their Terrorist Actions in Yemen

“The killing must continue!”

But no “troops” or even razor wire in sight.

Isn’t it appropriate that the first arrivals are “persecuted” circus freaks?

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

Secession, anyone?

Sunday, November 11, 2018

Quotes of the Week

Enlightened insights taken from the past week’s reading:

"Democracy is a pathetic belief in the collective wisdom of individual ignorance."
H.L. Mencken

"Americans do not much argue about whether we are governed by DC, and only slightly over how we are governed by DC. But we argue viciously about who governs us from DC.
The sensible and humane way out of this is to decentralize, let people make their own decisions, and call off the low-intensity civil war.
This is the one solution that will not be considered."
Jeff Deist

"Voting is a primary tool for tyrants, they need the blame shifted from themselves to the willing accomplices in the population for the crimes they’ve committed and those uncommitted up to the time they resume their nefarious tasks of threatening, fining, kidnapping, maiming and killing selected Helots who happen to slide into the sight the government machine has focused on its latest rapine project."
Bill Buppert

"Nullification and secession allow our neighbor to protect his 'ox,' while our 'ox' is secure. The truth is that, in a Republic, all 'oxen' are endangered whenever the federal government assumes the right to 
gore our neighbor’s ox.' Perhaps Calexit will provide ideologues of both left and right an occasion to stop to consider the possibility of the mutual benefits of nullification and secession—it is certainly better than the alternative of a new Civil War. Perhaps only Southerners who understand the truth about Southern secession and the horrors inflicted upon our people by the Northern invader are capable of understanding this harsh reality."
James Ronald Kennedy

"Abraham Lincoln did not cause the death of so many people from a mere love of slaughter, but only to bring about a state of consent that could not otherwise be secured for the government he had undertaken to administer. When a government has once reduced its people to a state of consent – that is, of submission to its will – it can put them to a much better use than to kill them; for it can then plunder them, enslave them, and use them as tools for plundering and enslaving others."
Lysander Spooner

"There is nothing lawmakers love more than making laws, even when they know their laws won't accomplish their stated purpose. This is particularly true of those laws that take more authority for the state, or if they enrich the fascist system. For lawmakers, the 'unintended consequences' of their laws are just like gravy because they lead to the passing of more laws to correct the unintended consequences. This, of course, leads to more 'unintended consequences' and the passage of more laws."
Bob Livingston

"If people were marching toward your home, would you allow them an open border?  If you were paying someone – voluntarily or not – to provide protection from invasion, would you expect them to allow these 'visitors?' 
Until individuals in the west have complete private property rights, any talk of open borders is naïve at best and tyrannical at worst.  Until individuals in the west have complete private property rights, someone other than you will be making decisions about who does and doesn’t cross borders.
Until there are no state borders, it will be the state that makes the decision on who crosses the borders.  In a world of state borders, every decision regarding immigration is a centrally-planned, state-enforced-at-the-end-of-the-barrel-of-a-gun decision; even a position of open borders."
Bionic Mosquito

"Whatever happened to justice? What is 'just'? It means everybody gets what they deserve. Now, perhaps you can solve the problem. It’s a bit more specific, more focused, to find out what you deserve as opposed to what’s fair. Because, frankly, some people don’t deserve anything. Simply existing doesn’t necessarily give you a right to a piece of the pie—or even a right to vote on it. But nobody talks about justice today; they talk about fairness. And, of course, this corrupts the moral character of society."
Doug Casey

"The roles of most teachers, academicians, and make-believe journalists are essentially the same: to condition and reinforce the belief in the necessity for children and adults to accept the political arrangement for living 'responsible' lives. 'Obedience to institutionally constituted authority' is the premier article of faith in our politically dominated world."
Butler Shaffer

"The American idea of individuals being responsible and taking responsibility is utterly foreign to the 'elite,' who seem much more comfortable with the European idea of infantilizing subjects to make them dependent on a parentified government to protect them, care for them, dole out money to them, and in general control their lives. If people cannot even choose their own light bulbs, toilets, or dishwasher detergent, in what sense are they free?"
David C. Stolinksy

"The Left’s main beef these days is that Mr. Trump is in the White House, signifying that Daddy’s in the House, an intolerable condition. The Left is desperate to get rid of that particular Daddy and Daddyism per se and altogether. Daddyism represents rules and boundaries. The Left prefers chaos. It’s clearly a juvenile disposition, since that point-of-view fails to apprehend that the universe is chaotic enough without additional help from them. And they are still in despair over the failure of 'mommy' (HRC) and her disappearance into the darkling woods of political ignominy."
James Howard Kunstler

Thursday, November 8, 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:

Instead they’ll “provide enabling capabilities.” This means they’ll aimlessly drive around trucks and helicopters to fool people that they’re actually doing something.

Like I said before, it’s all theater.

Just as I predicted- All his talk is bluster.

How do you “arrest” someone who is throwing rocks (a deadly weapon) at you? If you are armed, isn’t the rational response to shoot and kill, if necessary, your assailant?  

And here silly ol’ me thought they existed to protect the individuals within the US Collective. Isn't that what you pay for?

Loyalist Marxists are working over time to create their open borders hell hole.

Loyalist Marxists are working over time to create their open borders hell hole.

Loyalist Marxists are working over time to create their open borders hell hole.

In return, loyalists will enjoy increased gas prices to go along with their higher taxes. All bow to The Orange Lord!

All these sanctions will do is inspire more countries to move away from the dollar, further isolating the DC Demons from the rest of the world. Amen!

They continue to claim that truth is "racism."
Therefore, the converse must be true- "Racism" is TRUTH!
Long live racism!

How can their “civilian controllers” regulate their behavior when they don’t know what they are doing?

One thing we do know for sure is their support of war socialism- to “organize as much of the economy as possible around the needs of military production.”

It’s pretty tough to deliver bombs to their boondoggle fighter jets without elevators.

They seem particularly interested in the emails from whistleblowers who wish to expose these criminal’s crimes against The Regime’s enslaved subjects and rest of humanity. 

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

Secession, anyone?

Sunday, November 4, 2018

Quotes of the Week

Enlightened insights taken from the past week’s reading:

"Thanks a lot, Europe, for giving us two world wars, socialism, communism, fascism, Nazism, and for perfecting racism as exemplified by the Holocaust. You have done so much for the world in the last century. No wonder 'progressives' think Americans should be more like you.
Europeans lived for centuries under kings and emperors. They came to believe that power flowed from the top down. So they felt comfortable when their new rulers called themselves Führer, the Central Committee of the Communist Party, the Council of the European Union, or whatever."
David C. Stolinksy

"The only way to avoid some of the repercussions of the malfeasance of the U.S. federal government is to leave the federal system altogether. States like Texas that are more than capable of taking care of themselves would do well to consider if saving their own state via independence is preferable to whistling past the graveyard and foolishly remaining in a federal union that will likely never have the political will to save itself. Only time will tell if the people of Texas and their politicians will take action before the damage is done."
Ryan Thorson

"The political Left has taken its lessons in the abuse of language straight from the campus 'post-structuralist' workshops, where novelties of narcissism get churned out by striving grad students in the ceaseless pursuit of cutting edge prestige (and academic career advancement). The game is to produce a never-ending chain of self-referential, status-enhancing world-views as a replacement for consensual reality. The more 'marginalized' one can claim to be, the more deserving of high status (including tenure, grants for attending echo-chamber conferences and symposia, and a claque of attending assistants to actually teach those pain-in-the-ass classes). The goal is to get to feel special, and especially deserving of special privileges based on special grievances.
The net effect is to destroy whatever remains of an American common culture, to divide and conquer the polity in the hope that society might advance into a state with no rules and no boundaries — except for whatever capricious actions the 'Progressive' authorities might choose, based on how they feel at any particular time. It must be obvious that this all comes down to a vicious sort of sentimentality. It’s exactly what turned the governments of the Bolsheviks and the Nazis into killing machines. It’s Kafka’s nightmare of the murderous bureaucratic state that disposes with the rule-of-law."
James Howard Kunstler

"Manipulating minorities who are naturally drawn to socialism is a basic political strategy to justify government politics and plunder.
The principle of government is that political power is maximized by forcibly leveling every individual to the same status of conformity, collectivism, ecumenicalism and serfdom. The truth goes deeper. Because of perceived social, cultural, racial and psychic inferiority, minorities desire to parasite on government force and socialism to subvert those they envy and wish to imitate.
It would never succeed except for the very sophisticated propaganda of altruism. Altruism has a double meaning. To the unsuspecting public, it appears good. But it is hypocrisy with a hidden agenda to cover evil. It is the philosophical basis of democracy and benevolent totalitarianism.
Altruism cleverly hides the depravity of human nature. It makes evil appear good and good appear evil. See no evil, hear no evil, do no evil permeates the propaganda. It conceals the political agenda, promotes ignorance of public health, creates a state of mind of dependence on government and the medical establishment and quashes every form of individualism, independence and creative thinking.
The people must be controlled without being aware. Non-awareness is the key."
Bob Livingston

"As long as inquiries into the nature of political systems extend no further than exploring their 'deep state' implications (i.e., the covert organizational framework, and persons – be they elected or appointed officials or career bureaucrats who constitute the government-within-the-government) they will never get to the core of the problems they pose to human well-being. They will tend to be seen, rather, as flaws to be remedied within the system itself by 'responsible' men and women; the kinds of reforms criticized by Frank Chodorov as wanting to 'clean up a brothel and yet leave the business intact.' It is the nature of the state itself, including the identity of the persons who own and control its operations, that requires focused, in-depth examination."
Butler Shaffer

"The principle or right of secession may be suppressed by the application of bloody bayonets, but the principle of self-determination and self-government is an inalienable right and therefore can never be destroyed. Rivers of blood may be drawn to suppress this precious right, but it cannot drown this inalienable right. As Jefferson Davis noted, 'The alternative to secession is coercion.' [6] But even the coercion of massed, bloody, Yankee bayonets cannot extinguish an inalienable right! The right remains, and even Yankees in modern day California may claim it. The right of self-determination is not a Southern thing, it is a universal human right."
James Ronald Kennedy

"I form my friendships based upon neither diversity nor a lack of diversity, although there’s a natural tendency to associate with people like yourself. I form my friendships based upon the character and the beliefs that a person has. The attributes that create diversity are stupid accidentals. The fact that diversity is emphasized draws attention to incidentals like race, sex, and gender, and diverts it from important things like character and beliefs. Diversity has become destructive. Cultural Marxists love it because they hate people."
Doug Casey

"Taking is not productive, not like making. Anything made can be stolen, which is not productive. To defend against theft is a matter of survival. Sooner or later, the idea will be articulated that property belongs to people who first produce it from resources and resources are the property of those who first appropriate them for some sort of production. Property will at some point be seen as a matter of right. This idea will rest on a foundation that survival is at stake in maintaining what one has made.
Sooner or later, the idea of individual property within groups will arise, as opposed to ownership by the tribe or community or state. This institution will be seen 'To permit the peaceful, cooperative, productive, conflict-free use of scarce resources…' That is, experience will accumulate that demonstrates greater production when property belongs to individuals. At some point, even more productive ways will be devised that meld individual ownership with delegated control, as in corporations.
The root of the property institution, the reason for this permitting and its allocating processes, will still be survival."
Michael Rozeff

Thursday, November 1, 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:

He’ll give them nice comfy tents and warm meals (paid for by you) to live in while a bureaucrat decides whether they are worthy.

And he actually believes this will “discourage” others from traveling north!

Apparently, immediately turning them around and sending them back is not a rational option.

Meanwhile, “catch and release” not only continues but is increasing.

They get to vote for a living, rather than work at being productive.

Why do you think third world leeches are marching this way?

Regime loyalists there immediately stepped outside to salute and thank “The Troops” for their “service.”

How long before it’s missiles?

"As every supporter of economic planning aims at the execution of his own plan only, so every advocate of eugenic planning aims at the execution of his own plan and wants himself to act as the breeder of human stock."
Ludwig von Mises

And malware is infecting their computer networks that you pay for.

They supposedly did it to “protect” the Syrian border.

If only they were that adamant about protecting the Texas border!

They need lots of smaller ships to support larger ships, which support even larger ships, which support even larger ships……..

And all to destroy a "disobedient" Russia and China.

They’ve got lots more parasites to feed and care for. No deferred gratification necessary in the Land of the Welfare Check.

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

Secession, anyone?