Sunday, November 27, 2011

Quotes of the Week

From the Light:
“Governments of our choice, all within this land of America, is a visionary concept. But the status quo is also a visionary concept. I don't think that people appreciate that when they automatically assume that we must be one democracy or one republic or one America or one people, or when they see such things as already a fact, they are invoking an idea and a visionary concept. We wouldn't have whatever reality we have without it reflecting some vision or visions. Just because it happens to be the current reality doesn't give it any precedence in terms of being a more just or good or better or right arrangement. It may give it an advantage in terms of a hold on our minds and imaginations and our pocketbooks, but not in terms of visions of where we may go in the future or like to go. We can reshape America. We can do it in the course of one or two generations. That reshaping has been occurring visibly in my lifetime. It has occurred in lifetimes preceding mine. There is nothing special about the status quo.”
Michael S. Rozeff

“What difference does it make to the dead, the orphans, and the homeless, whether the mad destruction is wrought under the name of totalitarianism or the holy name of liberty and democracy?”

“The descendants of African slaves now have equal opportunity to oppress people all races via the State. This was not the type of 'equality' that members of the Civil Rights movement suffered and died for.”

“An awakened populace is the enemy of the would-be Controllers. The war on terror is a war on human freedom by a dystopian state structure disguising itself as a protecting surrogate parent from an enemy of their own making.
It's all by assumption and generations of conditioning. But the veil is coming off.
Thanks to their own military invention called the internet millions are discovering the full truth. History is a lie. Religion is a control system. Money is a hoax. Government is a for profit corporation.
And we don't need their goddamn hierarchy.”
Zen Gardner

“The police are to the government as the edge is to the knife.”
David Bayley

“No individual or institution has the moral right to use aggressive force. That principle applies not only to the Federal Leviathan, but to the loathsome little replicas of that vile beast found in every city, county, and state. Rather than helping to consolidate the existing police state, supporters of the rule of law should work to end their local government's monopoly on the police power -- with the ultimate objective of abolishing it outright.”
William Norman Grigg

“The only ‘greater good’ is to respect the life, liberty, and property of every individual. Nothing can be greater than that, and that is the root of all good. Anything less great or less good is evil.”
Kent McManigal

"How many people would feel compelled to battle on foreign lands, the whereabouts of which were heretofore unknown to them, to slay ‘the enemy,’ to lay waste to husbands, fathers and brothers they have never before met, to Napalm fields, Agent Orange crops, to litter terrain afar with landmines, if they didn't believe the patriotic claptrap with which their State ceaselessly indoctrinates them?"
Joel Bowman

“It's politically and economically advantageous for the US Empire to help its fellow oligarchs keep their populations submissive so the oligarchs of all countries can grow ever more wealthy, powerful and arrogant.”
Garry Reed

“Once initiating violence is part of your worldview, the difference in hitting a defenseless child and murdering an innocent civilian becomes one of degree.”
David Kramer

“What do you think ‘govern’ means. It doesn’t mean ‘suggest’ or ‘implore.’ It doesn’t mean two people sitting down, talking it over, and compromising. ‘Govern’ means ‘force’ and ‘force’ means ‘violence.’ When you advocate any government action, you must first believe that violence is the best answer to the question at hand.”
Allen Thornton

“As it always has, anarchism represents the way forward to a society unencumbered by political government and the class warfare which inevitably accompanies it. If the Occupiers hope to accomplish anything worthwhile, they must likewise reject conformity to past patterns. Even if the movement fails, let it ‘fail forward,’ revealing worthwhile lessons and creating the template for a mass movement come not to praise Caesar, but to bury him.”
Thomas L. Knapp

“This is one of the many problems with an imperial foreign policy. It teaches us to be tribal participants in a global football game, rooting for ‘our’ team over ‘their’ team. There is nothing like a great foreign bogeyman to draw attention away from the real tyrants here at home.”
Robert Taylor
From the Darkness:
“The local police are not your enemy. Your committee is not here to attack them, blame them for violating the Constitution or your civil liberties because they are enforcing a measure of the Patriot Act or conducting a joint Federal and State anti-terror drill. Those are federal issues, which the local police in some cases may have already have little to no say if they are to continue receiving their additional Homeland Security funds, new equipment and weaponry.... We urge all responsible citizens in this community to work with us to ...[s]upport our local police in the performance of their duties [and] oppose all harassment or interference with law enforcement personnel as they carry out their assigned tasks.... [We must accept] our responsibilities to our local police, to defend them against unjust attacks, make them proud and secure in their vital profession, and to offer them our support in word and deed wherever possible."
From “Support Our Local Police” by the John Birch Society

“In my opinion, Turkish Army has the track record and past international engagements for maintaining peace and could do the same in Afghanistan after ISAF withdrawal in 2014.”
Former US diplomat, looking to swap one occupier for another

"A radical leftist station that becomes an instrument of incitement must not be allowed to broadcast to the public."
Danny Danon, member of Israel’s Likud party, explaining why the Israeli government has closed down a dovish Israeli-Palestinian radio station [Remember, we must protect Israel because it’s the only “democracy’ in the Middle East.]

"All of us will be in danger for the rest of our lives. You want to use every tool you can possibly use to gather intelligence. The dangers are literally that great.”
New Gingrich, defending the Patriot Act

“We need to go back to the time, back to the day when parents saw, somebody, saw some kid foolin’ around. It wasn’t your child but they’ll whup you anyway. Or at least they’ll tell your parents. And parents will, you know……"
B. Obama, promoting child abuse to the NAACP

“Don’t let some congressman sitting in an air conditioned office in Washington, DC decide what the rules of [military] engagement are. ……..For us to micromanage them [our brave soldier boys] in a civilian way, without their commanders truly being in charge, is absolutely irresponsible and as commander and chief of this country I will not allow it to happen.”
Rick Perry, apparently oblivious to Article I, Sections 8 of the US Constitution

"I would call on the President, and do call on the President, to immediately introduce legislation which says will we not have a $600 billion cut to America’s military. We should not cut any funding from our base Department of Defense budget. That should not occur."
Mitt Romney, standing up for war whores and hired assassins

“The stumbling block for the board regarding Representative Paul dealt primarily with ‘States’ Rights’ as it pertains to the sanctity of human life and God’s design for marriage.”
From a statement from the Family Leader (a social conservative advocacy group) on why it can’t endorse Ron Paul for president [The typical Christo-fascist position- the Federal Beast should be inspecting wombs and controlling marriage unions, despite having no constitutional or moral authority to do so.]

“I have long been concerned that my party’s rigid anti-tax ideology is harming the fiscal health of our nation. Now it is harming our national security as well, as cuts in defense spending on a calamitous scale are about to be triggered. Congressional Republicans need to look back at this sad episode and decide: Do they care more about keeping 'a no tax pledge' or giving our troops the tools they need to protect the nation?”
Former Defense Secretary William Cohen, calling for more looting to prop up the regime

“I think it’s time for a 21st century Monroe Doctrine. …..As the President of the United States, I will promise you one thing, that within 12 months of the inaugural, that [Mexican] border will be shut down, and it will be secure.”
Rick Perry, lover of walls and prisons

“….A much more comprehensive approach to economic governance is now the priority for the euro area. And this means more economic and financial integration for the euro area, with a significant transfer of sovereignty to the EMU level over fiscal, structural and financial policies.”
ECB executive board member José Manuel González-Páramo [Centralization causes the problems and the state's answer to that failure is still more centralization. Governing power moves more and more into the hands of fewer people.]

Thursday, November 24, 2011

State Criminality is Worldwide

No matter its form, structure, ideology or location, the state is an institution that exists to conquer, loot and rule the many for the benefit and enrichment of the few.

Here is how it’s done in Europe. Watch the roaches scatter and the rabid rats turn angry when exposed by the light of truth.

(Thanks to Simon Black)

Sunday, November 20, 2011

Quotes of the Week

From the Light:
"Religion is not God, and experiencing religion is not the same as experiencing God. Religion is a human social institution and its failings do not prove or disprove the existence of God. They just demonstrate shortcomings in mankind that pervade all human institutions, from government to sports to marriage."
Gary B. Meisner

“The real problem with the OWS movement is its political naiveté. The protestors imagine that by attacking free enterprise and the capitalist system they are upholding the rights of the common man. The exact opposite is true. The only real alternative to free enterprise is an economy owned and administered by society’s most ruthless and cruel elements, who always seems to gravitate toward statist means.”
Jeffrey Tucker

“The world to me is a strange place in which human beings inhabit worlds of their own perception. Trouble is they think their perceptions are truth. Trouble comes when they succeed in getting the power to impose those perceptions on everyone.”
Michael S. Rozeff

“The truth, indeed, is something that mankind, for some mysterious reason, instinctively dislikes. Every man who tries to tell it is unpopular, and even when, by the sheer strength of his case, he prevails, he is put down as a scoundrel.”
H.L. Mencken

“Being blind to the obvious is part of the human condition.”
Simon Black

“Humans continue to rebel against their governments, the scope of each getting smaller and smaller. As the scope gets smaller, the power gets smaller, and thus the people become stronger. Inch by inch we, as a species, are becoming more confident in our ability to achieve happiness and success without the protection of a ruler.”
Theo Zagtech

“So if the military doesn't exist to protect our rights and freedoms, why does it exist? The answer is simple. It exists to back our national will with force. Most of the time, that is a good thing, particularly when our national will is to not be attacked by jackasses who threaten us. But when the national will turns to taking your guns away, you will be the jackass who threatens "us." Then the military will execute that national will with cold, unthinking and bureaucratic efficiency. And wrap itself in the flag while doing so.”
Tom, of

“Cooperative creatures beget cooperative society. Government appears later, and besides acting as a parasite on the fruits of the good people’s labor, it inevitably ends up corrupting that society by redefining morality and ethics through its public ‘education’ institutions and its positive legislation.”

"Selfishness is not living as one wishes to live, it is asking others to live as one wishes to live."
Oscar Wilde

“Freedom and government (save for self-government!) cannot co-exist. They are the pipers; we are the lemmings, being led to the edge of the cliff. If we were smarter than lemmings, we would simply stop marching to our own destruction.”
Paul Hein

“We often hear people say, with a tone of saintliness, ‘We're a nonprofit organization,’ as if that alone translates into decency, objectivity and selflessness. They want us to think they're in it for the good of society and not for those ‘evil’ profits. If we gave it just a little thought and asked what kind of organization throughout mankind's history has accounted for his greatest grief, the answer wouldn't be a free market, private, profit-making enterprise; it would be government, the largest nonprofit organization.”
Walter Williams

“The notion that foreign wars and entanglements are wrong still emanates from a sparsely populated philosophical quarter that has no majority presence in the academy or the government–media complex. It is a true voice in the wilderness. That voice has one signature message: you cannot thank a veteran for your freedom because they have actively done nothing more than endanger its very existence. In fact, American military power abroad (and increasingly, at home) has made civilians more unsafe than they have ever been. The threat not only emerges from aggrieved victims of American brutality abroad but a government desperate in bad times to ensure that not one dollar of military expenditures is reduced.

Veterans don’t need gratitude but a self-realization on their part that the machine they worked for was never an engine for liberty but a device whose single purpose was aggrandizement of American political power at home and abroad. And that political hammer always extinguishes liberty and never expands it.”
Bill Buppert
From the Darkness:
"I know that a lot of people refuse to accept the possibility of such things, and nothing will convince them that a monetary expansion can ever do real good. But they’re mistaking their own confusion for profound insight."
Paul Krugman, dissing Miseans

“We have more than 40,000 American troops that remain in the Gulf region. We're not going anywhere."
Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta

“We are writing to urge you to put our country ahead of politics.

For the fiscal health of our nation and the well-being of our fellow citizens, we ask that you increase taxes on incomes over $1,000,000.

We make this request as loyal citizens who now or in the past earned an income of $1,000,000 per year or more.

Our country faces a choice – we can pay our debts and build for the future, or we can shirk our financial responsibilities and cripple our nation’s potential.

Our country has been good to us. It provided a foundation through which we could succeed. Now, we want to do our part to keep that foundation strong so that others can succeed as we have.

Please do the right thing for our country. Raise our taxes.
Thank you.”
A Letter written to Congress and the President by a group called “Patriotic Millionaires”

“I think that’s good for the world,. I actually think, over the long term, it’s [Australia’s draconian carbon tax] good for our economies, as well, because it’s my strong belief that industries, utilities, individual consumers — we’re all going to have to adapt how we use energy and how we think about carbon.”
B. Obama

“It is now the task of our generation to complete the economic and currency union in Europe and create, step by step, a political union."
Angela Merkel, Germany's Chancellor

"We face the threats from rising powers, China, India, others that we have to always be aware of, and try to make sure that we always have sufficient force protection out there in the Pacific to make sure they know we're never going anywhere,"
Leon Panetta, standing up for his gang

"While the political views of OccupyDallas vary greatly over the subject of current military deployments and actions in foreign countries, there is one message to Veterans that we all agree on: Thank You for your service. Today, we celebrate your bravery and stand up to show our appreciation.”
From the website,

“I’m not a believer in the Old Testament theory of business cycles. I think that if we can help people, we need to help people.”
Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke ["Help" people by propping up zombie banks and businesses and lowering the value of individual's savings?  No thanks, we can do without your help, Benny.]

It’s Time to Overthrow Statism

Take a good look at the images on this excellent video produced by Adam Kokesh. You will soon be seeing similar occurrences on the North American streets occupied by the criminal syndicate known as the United States Government.

Statism knows nothing of reason and compassion. It only knows power and control. It has no conscience. It will, ultimately, do whatever necessary to maintain its grip on free individuals.

Statism operates exclusively through violence, be it offensive or defensive action. Peaceful persuasion and voluntary action and interaction is NOT a part of its repertoire. Be forewarned, and don’t become one of the clueless fools surprised and shocked when such events occur.

Tuesday, November 15, 2011

DVD Reviews

Ken Burns- Jazz:
This 10-disc series released in 2000 provides an adequate and entertaining summary of the evolution of this uniquely American art form. I’m sure many expert aficionados would view it otherwise. My only complaint, as a guitar lover, is the complete lack of any history of jazz guitarists, outside of a brief reference to Charlie Christian.

The Lincoln Lawyer:
Matthew McConaughey is good at playing slick and witty characters. This role is custom made for him. He plays a successful defense lawyer who discovers disturbing information about his client that cannot be revealed due to attorney-client privilege.

Green Dragon:
This drama looks at several different Vietnamese refugees, as they are resettled at Ft. Pendleton, near the conclusion of the Vietnam War. They struggle to deal with separation from family, hopelessness, and the anxiety of starting over in a new land.

Beyond the Sea:
If you, like me, enjoy the seemingly unlimited talent of Kevin Spacey (who stars, directs, and sings) this film is worth viewing. However, the screenplay for this biopic of singer Bobby Darin has a lot to be desired. The fantasy sequences and Darin’s conversations with his “younger, child self” were extremely annoying and distracting. A straight ahead view of the short, explosive, life of one of music’s great singers would have been much more appealing.
Not recommended

The Misfortunates:
This Belgian made drama looks at a coming-of age-age boy being raised by his grandmother, alcoholic father, and three loving, though drunken, uncles. Even within such a dysfunctional family, familial love and loyalty is preached and practiced.

This comedy feature can rightly be considered the “Anti-E.T.” A bawdy, cigarette smoking alien takes off on adventurous road trip with two UFO watchers in order to meet up with his mother ship. The character of Paul is endearing and you’re given just enough laughs to make viewing worthwhile.

Oliver Twist:
This is the 2005 film version of the Dickens tale directed by Roman Polanski. Very entertaining and includes a wonderful performance by Ben Kinsley as Fagin.

Warrior’s Way:
A sword warrior escapes from the Far East to Old West America after refusing to kill the last remaining baby of an enemy clan. Even the brilliant Geoffrey Rush can’t save this turkey.
Not recommended

Of Gods and Men:
This is an enthralling, well made, French spoken, historical drama about Trappist monks who attempt to deal with Islamic fundamentalists in Algeria. This occurred in the mid-1990’s. A gripping, real life tale of perseverance and commitment.

Everything Must Go:
Will Ferrell plays a good natured alcoholic who loses his job and is thrown out of his house by his wife on the same day. He decides to take residence on his front lawn while he takes stock of his life, make some new friends, and refocus his direction.

Police State Four- The Rise of FEMA:
This is an informative, 2009 update by Alex Jones and the InfoWars crew concerning the growing fascist police state that is the United States.

The Beaver:
Mel Gibson is excellent playing a chronically depressed man who adopts a hand puppet and alternate personality to turn his life around. Sometimes black, sometimes emotional, but always interesting and thought provoking.

Sons of Anarchy- Season 3:
Another great season of action and suspense for the California MC. This season finds the Sons spending time in Belfast, Ireland, as they search for Jack’s kidnapped son. This is one of those well written and expertly acted series (oh so rare) that finds yourself wishing they would produce an episode 52 weeks a year, rather than a dozen.

Pulp Fiction:
I finally took the time to venture into Quentin Tarantino's 1994 journey into violence and depravity. Surprisingly, with the exception of a couple well acted scenes, I found myself bored.
Not recommended

Hanna is a teenage girl who is was created as an embryo in a discontinued, government sponsored experiment to create super soldiers. She is rescued as an infant by an ex-CIA operative who trains her in the isolated Arctic forest as a highly skilled assassin- all to assist and defend her when she inevitably decides to return to the civilized world she has only read about in books; a world that includes a US government that wants her dead.

The Ledge:
A very well executed drama that revolves around a young man on a ledge, preparing to jump to his death and the police officer (with extreme family issues of his own) who attempts to persuade him otherwise. The film includes a very intelligent discussion among the characters about the existence or not of God, the meaning of life, and the relevance of faith.

Winter in Wartime:
This is a very enjoyable Dutch war drama which revolves around a teenage boy in German occupied Netherlands in World War II. His frustrations with his father’s seeming lack of will to resist the Nazis inspires him to assist a shot down British pilot to escape to freedom. It’s a decision that has major repercussions on his family.

Sunday, November 13, 2011

Quotes of the Week

From the Light:
“Governments are like primitive cannibals feasting on a great treasure trove of sheeple. You can't force them out, and you can't vote them out. But you can sure as hell starve them out. When enough people pick up and leave, essentially voting with their feet, it accelerates the system crash.
This is the only way to truly change the system.”
Simon Black

“The Occupy movement, much like the Tea Party before it, has been co-opted and turned into a partisan distraction. Popular anger is inappropriately redirected against the other half of the population, rather than against the ideas of government which have brought us to this state. By continuing to blame figureheads and people instead of institutions and ideas, we guarantee that the future will be as bleak as the present. I weep for future generations.”
Kaiser Leib

“The constant barrage of ‘Thank you for your service’ and ‘We thank our veterans’ is enough to make me ill. There has been no "service" and I have no ownership interest in any ‘veterans.’
People working for a mass-murdering psychopath are not to be thanked, even if they thought they were doing good. Naive intentions may matter, but the end results are extremely important, too.”
Ken McManigal

“Nothing interesting happened in the realm of religion this week. It was only the usual Catholic priests molesting children, Islamists murdering Christians, Hindus murdering Muslims, and Christian American military personnel murdering Afghanis and Pakistanis while their families at home wave the flag proudly and call the soldiers “heroes.” And then the soldiers come home to America and commit suicide in the largest numbers in history. Perhaps the Prince of Peace has been misunderstood.”
Russell Longcore

"Why should either two men live at the discretion of three, or three at the discretion of two. Both propositions are absurd from a reasonable point of view. If being a slave and owning a slave are both wrong relations, what different does it make whether there are a million slave owners and one slave, or one slave owner and a million slaves? Do robbery and murder cease to be what the are if done by ninety-nine percent of the population?"
Auberon Herbert

“The ultimate 'bargaining' toll of the state is the threat of violence- which its devotees believe is the cement that holds society together. To the extent political mandates conflict with the expectations of members of the community to have their property claims respected, social discord will ensue. Over time, a politically-grounded society infects the community in destructive ways, as fear, force, confrontation, punishments, and other socially discordant practices manage to trickle down into all levels of social conduct.”
Butler Shaffer

“Natural patriotism may be defined as follows: an automatic and wholly uncritical, instinctive attachment for hereditary or traditional ways of life which are collectively accepted, and an equally automatic and instinctive hostility toward any other way of living. It is love for one’s own, and a hatred for everything foreign…”
Mikhail Bakunin

“Tyrants are convinced that their own personal philosophy is correct for everyone, and they demand, with the threat of violence, that everyone emulate and obey the Positive Law as set forth by their personal philosophies. Representative governments claim that somehow, the majority can combine their distinct personal philosophies together to form some sort of composite personal philosophy that everyone must obey. These positive laws are then enforced with the threat of violence, just as in the case with tyrants.
Subjective political philosophies based on personal decree, backed by force, is the stuff of which governments are made, whether that government is tyrannical, representative, or anything in between.”


“Here is the soul of the American approach to existence, bottomless self-admiration devoid of knowledge or curiosity, wrapped like a psychic burrito in the patriotism of overwrought middle-schoolers. And there are many, many of them.”
Fred Reed
From the Darkness:
“Without the ‘nanny' state we would be in serious trouble. More people would die on the roads or smoke themselves to an early grave; more would be maimed by defective consumer goods, and conned by false and misleading advertising; and more toddlers would drown in backyard swimming pools.
...Yes, we have reason to be thankful that governments sometimes legislate in ways that infringe on our liberties. Personal responsibility is too flimsy a bulwark against the forces of irresponsible, laissez-faire capitalism.”
Adele Horin, The Sydney Morning Herald

“This is a deep concern for me. I know others disagree, but we have very lax laws when it comes to guns. My concern is that there’s been a lot said about Fast and Furious, and perhaps mistakes were made. But I think this hunt for blame doesn’t really speak about the problem. And the problem is, anybody can walk in and buy anything.”
Sen. Dianne Feinstein, blaming individual gun owners for violence rather than the ineptitude of the BATFE

"The purpose of the new program would be to increase the demand of Christmas Trees in the United States."
From an order issued by the U.S. Agriculture Department which imposes a 15 cent Christmas tree assessment to study the promotion of Christmas tree sales

"They [Occupy Dallas protestors] need to be safe. There are kids in that camp; that's not safe. When police get hurt, that's not safe. When citizens potentially get hurt, that's not safe. So, safety first; freedom of speech second."
Dallas Mayor Mike Rawlings, pulling the usual “safety over freedom” scam beloved by state gangsters

“I want peace. And if I am president, I will begin by imposing a new round of far tougher economic sanctions on Iran. I will do this together with the world if we can, unilaterally if we must. I will speak out forcefully on behalf of Iranian dissidents. I will back up American diplomacy with a very real and very credible military option. I will restore the regular presence of aircraft carrier groups in the Mediterranean and the Persian Gulf region simultaneously. I will increase military assistance to Israel and coordination with all of our allies in the region. These actions will send an unequivocal signal to Iran that the United States, acting in concert with allies, will never permit Iran to obtain nuclear weapons.”
Mitt Romney, creating “peace” by threatening other people and telling them what to do

“Television news footage from outside the university's main administration building showed officers pulling people from the steps and nudging others with batons as the crowd chanted, ‘We are the 99 percent!’ and ‘Stop Beating Students!’”
From an AP report which describes cops beating students with batons as “nudging”

“First of all, maximum covert operations to block and disrupt the Iranian program, including taking out their scientists, including breaking up their systems, all of it covertly, all of it deniable. Second, maximum coordination with the Israelis in a way that allows them to maximize their impact in Iran. Third, an absolute strategic program comparable to what President Reagan, Pope John Paul II, and Margaret Thatcher did to the Soviet Union, of every possible aspect short of war, of breaking the regime and bring it down.”
Newt Gingrich, telling us how he’ll punish Iran if he is US Dictator

Monday, November 7, 2011

Quotes of the Week

From the Light:
“The leaders and law makers in the government are psychopaths. The heads of the media, the military, and Wall Street are intra-species predators. They are in complete control. We are ruled by monsters.”
Bob Alexander

“There's a reason why libertarians say there's little difference between left and right.
Jackboots always come in matched pairs, a left boot and a right boot.
When the jackboot heel is crushing your neck do you really think you'll care whether it's the right/fascist/Nazi boot or the left/liberal/socialist boot that's killing you?”
Garry Reed

“Hard to keep track of what’s illegal these days. The most innocuous deeds can land a serf behind bars even as crimes worthy of a sociopath earn rulers the Nobel Prize.”
Becky Akers

“Honor? A soldier is just a nationally certified hit-man, perfectly amoral. When he joins the military he agrees to kill anyone he is told to kill, regardless of whether he has previously heard of the country in which he will kill them or whether the residents pose any threat to him or his. How is this honorable? It is cause for lifelong shame.”
Fred Reed

“The American government has become like a mean drunk — a big, burly mean drunk. He’s angry and you can’t really say anything near him that won’t elicit some kind of angry response.
It doesn’t matter that the drunk may have been a wonderful husband and father for many years...or that he might go through rehab and be a great guy in the future. Right now, at this moment, he’s a mean drunk.”
Eric Fry

“Our obligations are to ourselves, our families, and whomever else we choose to let into our circles. There is no natural debt to society or political servitude simply by accident of birth.”
Simon Black

“I have noticed that many people, including several preachers I have heard over the years, criticize the government and say that we can't trust the government or that the government is corrupt or evil. Yet, these are the same people that praise the military every chance they get. It's as though the military is not part of the government. The truth, of course, is that the military is the president's personal attack force and the government's enforcer.”
Laurence Vance

“Ego-boundary thinking, another expression of our dualistic way of organizing our experiences, has collectivized our minds and created our world of institutionally-directed conflict and disorder. By identifying ourselves with any category of persons, we necessarily separate ourselves from those who are not part of our group. Being other than us, they become less than us. When the interests of one group come into contact with those of another, particularly along the boundary lines that divide one group from another, conflicts easily arise.”
Butler Shaffer
From the Darkness:
"I'm tickled to death. It's so simple in its design and the objectives, you just wonder why anyone would choose not to have it."
Chief Deputy Randy McDaniel of the Montgomery County, TX Sheriff's Office commenting on his department’s recent acquisition of a $300,000 ShadowHawk UAV weapons platform purchased by way of a Homeland Security grant.

"As a former police chief, I recognize we are not going to arrest our way out of the problem. We also recognize that legalizing marijuana would not provide the answer to any of the health, social, youth education, criminal justice, and community quality of life challenges associated with drug use."
Gil Kerlikowske, director of the Office of National Drug Control Policy

"They've [China] indicated that they're trying to develop nuclear capability and they want to develop more aircraft carriers like we have. So, yes, we have to consider them a military threat."
Jon Huntsman, standing up for his gang

"Our blacks are so much better than their blacks."
Ann Coulter, commenting on blacks who reside on the conservative plantation

“Bottom line is if you don't want to have barriers, you have to behave."
NY City Michael Bloomberg, to the OWS protestors  [Submit! Submit!]

“I’m very proud to know the Koch brothers. This may be a breaking news announcement for the media: I am the Koch brothers’ brother from another mother.”
Herman Cain, candidate for US Dictator

“The National Football League will continue its long history of honoring veterans and active duty members of the military with its new annual ‘Salute to Service’ campaign that will occur each November. The “Salute to Service” campaign is designed to unify and elevate the extensive military appreciation work of the NFL and its clubs. Throughout November, teams will designate home games as special military appreciation games. During these games, teams will display ‘Salute to Service’ banners on their sidelines, in addition to hosting ceremonies to honor the service and sacrifice of our nation’s troops.”
From a statement issued by the NFL [That’s why you’re known to many liberty lovers as the National Fascist League.]

“I’m going to beat you into submission.”
Aransas County, TX Court-At-Law Judge William Adams, in a video showing him beating his teenage daughter with a belt [You're pretty good at that with little girls, Willy.  Let's see how successful you are with me.  You can bring your belt.]

Wednesday, November 2, 2011

Your Rulers in Action

Below is a video documenting the “domestic activities” of Aransas County, TX Court-At-Law Judge William Adams. This is a “man” who wears a black robe at work and demands you stand up and respect and revere him as he enters the room.

This is just one of your self-proclaimed rulers. If he is willing to do this to a member of his own family, just think what violence he would be willing to commit against you!