Sunday, December 10, 2017

Quotes of the Week

Enlightened insights taken from the past week’s reading:

"The U.S. military—whatever it once was—has, for many years, simply been the president’s personal attack force to bomb, invade, occupy, and otherwise bring death and destruction to any country he deems necessary.
Fallen U.S. soldiers died unnecessarily, needlessly, senselessly, in vain, and for a lie. They died a pawn in service to the state. They died for the military/industrial complex. They died for a reckless, belligerent, and meddling U.S. foreign policy that is deeply flawed, and has been for over a hundred years."
Laurence Vance

"But the impulse to conserve for conservation's sake has taken on an unthinking, unsupported, unnecessary urgency. Extinction is the engine of evolution, the mechanism by which natural selection prunes the poorly adapted and allows the most hardy to flourish. Species constantly go extinct, and every species that is alive today will one day follow suit. There is no such thing as an 'endangered species,' except for all species. The only reason we should conserve biodiversity is for ourselves, to create a stable future for human beings. Yes, we have altered the environment and, in doing so, hurt other species. This seems artificial because we, unlike other life forms, use sentience and agriculture and industry. But we are a part of the biosphere just like every other creature, and our actions are just as volitional, their consequences just as natural. Conserving a species we have helped to kill off, but on which we are not directly dependent, serves to discharge our own guilt, but little else."
Alexander Pyron

"When the superiority of voluntary interactions is so patent, so heart-warming, and so overwhelming, why does the State with its soul-crushing compulsion still exist?"
Becky Akers

"The mainstream argument becomes a kabuki theater between the 'ignorantly destructive' populists/nationalists/individualists versus the more 'reasonable' and supposedly forward thinking socialists/globalists/multiculturalists. The truth is, sovereignty champions can be pro-individual liberty and also pro-community or pro-nation, as long as that community is voluntary."
Bob Livingston

"The non-aggression principle, fully extended, allows for managed borders of property.  Property implies discrimination by the property owner; in the case of his property borders, this means the visitor has a right to exit, but not a right to enter.  The property owner may exclude anyone from his property for any reason.
When it comes to 'borders,' the state has made the private property owner impotent in terms of gathering with his neighbors and agreeing to this completely libertarian principle.  The state removes from me my property rights.  The only means I have by which to exercise these rights is via the state – and this is the single argument against state-managed borders, that it is the state acting as the agent."
Bionic Mosquito

"Politics makes society uncivil and demented. In their lust to manipulate and control, the political class is willing to say and do anything to garner power and destroy alternatives. Their goal is not pluralism, tolerance, individual autonomy, or peaceful coexistence—their goal is totalitarian domination. They are reprobate and rabid in their hunger for power. Their methods enthusiastically involve deceiving, confusing, crippling, annoying, insulting, maligning, meddling, molesting, muckraking, impeding, burdening, exhausting, exasperating, extorting, damaging, demoralizing, threatening, frightening, terrorizing, and destroying. It’s complete incivility and depravity.
What should one expect to be the psychological result of such an environment?"
Trenton Fervor

"The fact is that the federal government has become too bloated, corrupt, and incompetent to really be accountable to the people. And sadly, there’s nothing we can do to fix it. However, it is equally true that a government closer to the people tends to be more responsive and responsible. We need to finally acknowledge that Washington has outlived its usefulness and a 'federal government' is a government too many. If Texas were to revoke the sovereignty that it loaned to the Union, then Texas could form a more transparent government, one that is more interested in protecting the freedom of its citizens than it is in stealing their money."
Ryan Thorson

Friday, December 8, 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:

Depraved Regime Readies for War With North Korea

The Emperor “flexes his muscles” once again, prick waving his way to nuclear Armageddon.

They are upset that not enough US slaves are declaring their Bitcoin gains to be taxed.

They’re also ramping up efforts to strangle the currency by outlawing “concealment of ownership.”

On good thing will come from this- Potentially, thousands of Bitcoin owners will become secessionists, exasperated by continued Regime oppression.

Soon the trees and flowers will be listening to you, courtesy of Big Brother.

What else do you call it when they declare a permanent military occupation- particularly when the “enemy” to be defeated no longer holds any territory?

And the Regime Media covers for him. They have no idea whether he will be “disciplined or fired” but somehow they know he “mistakenly” brought a gun to the airport.

And uses your stolen money to pay for it, of course.

In a way, I agree with her. Any compassionate god would show sympathy and support to a confused, mentally addled human.

Another chilling “blast” from past is revealed. Extra chilling- so called “field-level commanders” had the authority to start a nuclear war.

You get to pay for the consequences created from satisfying their depraved appetites. The “law” (created by these same creatures) shields them from public exposure.

Some good news for the resistance:

1) Battling each other will give them less time to figure new ways to harass and rob their abused subjects.

2) The disgust level will continue to arise among the populace, further nurturing the movements toward state secession and the default abolition of the demonic “US.”

It gives us a couple more discredited, disgraced Gangsters for us to laugh at, but unfortunately, the subjects they “represent” will merely replace them with similar psychopaths.

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

Secession, anyone?

Sunday, December 3, 2017

Quotes of the Week

Enlightened insights taken from the past week’s reading:

"Empires need more than force to dominate other nations. They need a mystique. This mystique—a mask for imperial plunder, repression and exploitation—seduces some native elites, who become willing to do the bidding of the imperial power or at least remain passive. And it provides a patina of civility and even nobility to justify to those at home the costs in blood and money needed to maintain empire."
Chris Hedges

"We the people are the sovereign and ultimately, we the people are the government formed to meet needs that are better met by a group than by individuals. We are not slaves. We need to remember that. I think that’s forgotten. The definition of freedom is lost in America. When we have to have a license or ask permission to do everything, we are subjects."
Ran Bundy

"My prescription for throwing off government serfdom and escaping the endless-taxation system is always to read, read, read. Be curious. The greatest enemy of government is the knowledgeable individual. In order to defeat government control, the answer is to be an individualist. Ignore the party line. Parties are only interested in building their power base and collecting your money." 
Bob Livingston

"Politics is now an arena for discourtesy and effrontery, aggression and manipulation, perpetual interpersonal aggravation and confrontation—essentially just legitimized provocation. The system destroys civility and brotherhood, respect, courtesy, dignity, and voluntary cooperation. It fosters social disconnection based on judgmentalism, condescension, paternalism, benevolent despotism, vicarious altruism, unaccountable compassion, and pride and moral smugness in coercion.
Elections and politics are stressful, frustrating, insulting, and infuriating. They produce feelings of angst, vulnerability, impotence, powerlessness, exhaustion, debilitation, and suffocation. They embarrass, aggravate, disgust, incite, demoralize, and polarize. They encourage taking pleasure in the misfortune and antagonization of those with whom a person disagrees. They promote a constant drone of ill-will, hate, and hostility."
Trenton Fervor

"The state serves very little useful purpose. Throughout history its main products have been wars, taxes, pogroms, revolutions, persecutions, confiscations, and the like. Politics produces nothing; it’s all about who decides who gets what at whose expense. Political entities are coercive by their nature. The bigger they are, the more dysfunctional. Nation-states are just a testimony to how thoughtless the average person is, that he accedes to the idea, like a sheep."
Doug Casey

"I am not a Christian and don’t allow one passage in an ancient book translated over and over again to paint my impression of you. I have no animus whatsoever against flexi-sexuality (much less cumbersome than the alphabet soup), what you put in your mouth and other parts of your body is your business. Just don’t ask me to pay for anything, force language requirements and don’t force me to like what you do on penalty of law. Just leave me out of it entirely."
Bill Buppert

"We’ve got to ask ourselves: if Texas is on the hook for up to 20% of disaster costs, why not just take back our tax money, own up to 100%, skip the FEMA confiscation and actually be masters of our own destiny?"
Jeff Thomason

"If we look at the world’s nation-states, they generally consist of large, centralized political entities comprised of a union of culturally distinct provinces, states or regions. In some cases these regions voluntarily came together over time, while in other cases they were forced together during a war or revolution. It’s crucial that we not view such nation-states as eternal structures that can never be altered, but rather as voluntary political associations. Again, the only way to know such associations are truly voluntary is to periodically subject them to referendums. It seems to me that this should be an integral part of any nation-state. In contrast, we have a name for power relationships that aren’t voluntary. Slavery."
Michael Kreiger

"Think about this for a moment. The world is being driven to Armageddon simply because a greedy and corrupt US military/security complex needs an enemy to justify its huge budget, because Hillary and the DNC cannot accept a political defeat, and because the neoconservatives have an ideology of American Supremacy. What’s the difference between the detested White Supremacy and the American Supremacy that President Obama himself endorsed? Why is white supremacy terrible and American supremacy God’s gift to the 'exceptional' and 'indispensable' country?"
Paul Craig Roberts

"The extremely patriarchal religion of Islam is ignored when kissing the feet of the 'Muslim community.' Their flimsy excuses for open oppression of women, persecution of gays and exploitation of children for sex in Islamic nations is totally at odds with SJW complaints about Western countries. Not to mention the still ongoing practice of enslaving black Africans, now seen openly in Libya post-Hillary 'liberation.' This is never mentioned in discussions of Islam by the neo Marxist news outlets which instead are fixated on President Trump’s comments about potential Muslim terrorist threats.
Of course, that is merely my objective reality male brain on the subject.  I probably don’t have the proper 'social construct' mindset to really understand."
Mike Holmes

Friday, December 1, 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:

Regime Goons Hacking Hungarian Election

“When another nation state uses media to communicate it’s point of view, its flagged as a foreign agent, a ‘bad actor,’ and often declared as an ‘act of war’ (i.e. RT).

When the US government uses its petrodollar strength to insert its agenda into another country’s politics it’s branded ‘democracy and human rights programming’.”

But only the ones “who have lost their lives to acts of violence.” I guess that makes them special, somehow. No mention as to how many qualify for such “remembrance.” I doubt that number approaches anywhere near the amount of (normal) people killed by the terrorist US Regime during their invasions and occupations.

But only the ones that relate to their proven deception and incompetence. The left is working harder and harder to censure language. In this case it’s hilariously ironic that the term deemed necessary of censure was created by them!

For your own safety, of course……

They now not only commit war crimes against people but against the patch of dirt upon which they live!

This is the 21st century version of Agent Orange defoliant used in Vietnam.

If your “greedy” tax cuts cause an increase in deficits, it’s your fault and you’ll be punished with increased tax theft.

Have you noticed in these “budget talks” there is never any talk of decreasing spending? The needs of the parasitic Regime take precedence over the needs and property of its abused subjects.

Had enough? Tired of being The Regime’s milk cow?

Why? Because they can. And they can get away with it. And it brings glory to The Empire. So shut up.

How long will it be before anti-Regime dissidents are sent there? Watch your back!

Expect a drive by loyalist extremists to build one of these in every ocean. Why? Because they can. And they can get away with it. And it brings glory to The Empire. So shut up.

Why should they be left out of the fun and games?

This particular one will save us from the Regime created “opioid epidemic.” This means still further intervention into a problem created by the these same morons! But hey, a ditzy blonde gets a cool,
impressive job listing on her resume.

Remember when creating “czars” was just something the pre-commie Russian barbarians would do?

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

Secession, anyone?

Tuesday, November 28, 2017

Random Rogue Rants-Part II

You can read Part I here.

Amerikan style “Thanksgiving” is more about gluttony than gratitude. Which is one of many reasons I’ve ignored the silliness for well over thirty years, now.
If I want to give thanks, I’ll do it when I please, not when The Herd directs me to (and I’ll certainly do it more than once a year). If I want to eat a turkey, I’ll damn sure eat one when I please, and not on a Herd-determined day of the year.

And isn’t it somewhat perverse to claim “thankfulness” by eating like a pig? What’s the connection? If any action besides stating thankfulness is necessary, wouldn’t fasting be more appropriate?

Honestly, I recognize none of The Herd’s holidays. I find them either silly, childish, hypocritical, celebratory of state violence and aggression or a combination of some or all.
I find it much more worthwhile to create my own holidays. I create them to celebrate an individual achievement or an event inspired by others that directly benefits me or mankind in general.
Some historical events I see worth celebrating: Texas Independence Day and the 1865 assassination of US Emperor Lincoln.


At least one of two events must occur before I would ever again vote (though never again at the federal level):

1) A referendum is offered to the voting slaves for Texas Independence.


2) All ballots for state offices include a “None of the Above” option to vote for. If NOTA wins, then that particular office is abolished for at least the next election cycle (i.e, if the office holder is up for re-election every two years, that office remains vacant for two years). If NOTA wins a second consecutive election, than that office is permanently abolished and can only be renewed after a massive petition campaign by that specifically affected electorate.

I would continue to not vote for any federal offices, as I continue to view such a ruling regime as illegitimate. 

Cody Wilson is one of those strong intellects that absolutely terrifies the state. They know they don’t have the resources to counter his reasoning and inventiveness and is therefore a direct threat to their power. I think a few years from now Cody will either be filthy rich and on top of the world or rotting in a prison. I sure do hope it is the former.

I try not to look at my personal past too much, even the good times. I prefer to live in the moment and build for the future. The only time I look backward is when I find myself drifting and unmotivated. I then look to the past and remember my consciousness and state of being as a youngster, motivated by creativity and imagination and looking to make use of the observed  wonders of the world . 

The problem with conservatives is their religious zealotry toward "the republic." Their cry is always, "Restore the Republic!" But why restore a complete, unadulterated, failure! Lysander Spooner articulated the enslaving idiocy of the constitution way back in the 1850's but no one listened. Stinkin' Lincoln PROVED the impotence of that useless document a decade later. Yet here in the 21st freakin' century, people still cry to restore this abomination. The new cry should be, "Abort the US- Secession NOW!"


I enjoy watching competent people even when the labor they’re performing isn’t particularly “skilled.”

Go eat at a Waffle House on a busy morning and watch the employees work- which isn’t hard since the place is so tiny. Watch them work in their crowded kitchen, moving around in close quarters with their colleagues as if choreographed. All actions are directed with maximum efficiency (cooking and waiting tables) with no wasted motion. And most do it with an obvious personal drive (not afraid of hard work) and a smile on their face.

If you get the right location, it can be very inspiring to watch.


My response to radical (non-surgical) trannys:

"I am a wild badger forced to live as a human. I wish to harmonize my outer appearance with my inner feeling. But you racist, specie-ists, insist on seeing me as my birth category and nothing further.........
Intolerant bigots!"


Why “drain the swamp” when a far more useful action would be to pack up, head for higher ground, and let the swamp critters drown in their self-created debt and depravity?


It seems perfectly logical to me to assume that those US loyalists who willfully demean themselves by bowing to their king would equally be willing, whether asked or ordered, to grab their ankles to please their DC Master.


US loyalists love war. It makes them feel important, dominant, and gives meaning to their pathetic, useless lives. War fever inspires them to wave their red/white/blue war rags and bow to The Regime's hired killers in displays of splendid idol worship. Without war fever, they would lack direction and purpose.
Knowing that, how can you expect them to swap such blissful dementia for reason and logic?


I offer this challenge to those who believe that words on paper (“constitutions”) will protect them from violent predators: Write “Bears shall not attack humans” on a piece of paper, then hold it in front of a charging grizzly. 
Then report back to me about your successful defense.

I remember the left in the 1960's- sharp, intelligent, articulate, peaceful people. They may have been wrong about many things, but at least they could construct a sentence and articulate an argument. Now, the left is just goblin bots programmed by social media, offering nothing but grunts and chants.


I love “America,” but I’ll be damned if I’ll stand and salute some ugly war rag with prison stripes while singing a disgusting, demonic war anthem. 

Loyalists/collectivists/fascists need to decide whether they will live as free men, or remain compliant, obedient, bitchy slaves, subservient to a fascist, Yankee regime whose only reason for existence is to financially rape and imprison them.

Those of us who insist on living as free men will not be cowed into submission by their Lincoln-ista whips.

Sunday, November 26, 2017

Quotes of the Week

Enlightened insights taken from the past week’s reading:

"Indeed, we could expand from Obummercare to anything that taxes finance. Taxation is morally indistinguishable from theft since it extracts money by force. The government’s thieves are often armed with degrees in law rather than knives or guns; they dress better than your average mugger and they cloak their crimes in euphemisms. But they are thieves nonetheless. Their plunder buys any 'benefit' or 'entitlement' that politicians promise us."
Becky Akers

"Once you realize your government’s sole purpose is to reserve murder of you and your family as its sacred task depending on your lack of fealty and obedience, everything sort of falls into place on why governments throughout the ages have been so murderous at home and abroad."
Bill Buppert

"All men dream, but not equally. Those who dream by night in the dusty recesses of their minds wake in the day to find that all was vanity; but the dreamers of the day are dangerous men, for they may act their dream with open eyes, and make it possible."
T.E. Lawrence

"Remember that Big Government is a masterpiece of corporate cynicism, propaganda perfection and people control. It was not created for the people, by the people nor of the people. It was created, or at least evolved, for the power and benefit of the elite and their politicians and bureaucrats." 
Bob Livingston

"Eventually, the US will default on its debts, its credit rating will be slashed, and the value of the dollar will plummet. Citizens will clamor for relief and there will most certainly be folks offering 'hope and change.' If history has taught us anything it is that the quickest way out of any debt is to terminate the debtor.
Thus, Texas will get a new government…one way or another. For the sake of our children, let it be one of our choosing."
Jeff Thomason

"Centralised governments are the result of the short-term economic interests of those who support the government, on one hand, and patronage and corruption, on the other. Governments perpetuate themselves, and can only grow, by their very nature, and voters are incentivised to let this happen by public spending."
Ivo Vegter

"The tradition of the West is embodied in the Great Conversation that began in the dawn of history and that continues to the present day. Whatever the merits of other civilizations in other respects, no civilization is like that of the West in this respect. No other civilization can claim that its defining characteristic is a dialogue of this sort. No dialogue in any other civilization can compare with that of the West in the number of great works of the mind that have contributed to this Dialogue. The Spirit of Western Civilization is the spirit of inquiry. Its dominant element is the Logos. Nothing is to remain undiscussed. Everyone is to speak his mind. No proposition is to be left unexamined."
Robert Maynard Hutchins

"I believe humanity is reaching a point in its evolution, both from a consciousness perspective as well as a technological one, where we’ll begin to increasingly question many of our silly contemporary assumptions about how governance should work.  The primary one is this absurd notion that a nation-state should be seen as a permanent structure of political governance which only becomes dissolvable in the event of violent revolution or war."
Michael Krieger

"The important question is who is it that is trying so hard to convince Americans that Russian influence prevails over us?
Do the idiots pushing this line realize how impotent this makes an alleged 'superpower' look. How can we be the hegemonic power that the Zionist neocons say we are when Russia can decide who is the president of the United States?"
Paul Craig Roberts

"Empires in decay embrace an almost willful suicide. Blinded by their hubris and unable to face the reality of their diminishing power, they retreat into a fantasy world where hard and unpleasant facts no longer intrude. They replace diplomacy, multilateralism and politics with unilateral threats and the blunt instrument of war."
Chris Hedges

Thursday, November 23, 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:

Regime Staying in Syria- Even After Enemy is ‘Defeated’ 

The classic pattern of empire building continues: Create an “enemy.” Attack and invade the country of that “enemy.” Continue to occupy that country even after said “enemy” is defeated.

Apparently, the “sovereignty” of Afghanistan is only respected when it comes to their “cultural” penchant for fu*king little boys.

And they spent at least $67 million to do it.

This quickly brings to mind a couple of cliches:

The pot calling the kettle black.

One man’s terrorist is another man’s freedom fighter.

Selling such plants funds the “criminals” who resist surrender to the DC Regime.

It looks like it will also continue the destruction process of the First Amendment as well.

No piece of paper will ever protect you from a dangerous predator. Permanent separation/secession and decentralization of power is the only remedy.

Ignore the political tone of the article. Just because Lord Obama got away with it doesn’t make it right for Tillerson to continue this abhorrent "policy."

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

Secession, anyone?