Sunday, October 22, 2017

Quotes of the Week

Enlightened insights taken from the past week’s reading:

"If all we have is a choice between total-government from the right or total-government from the left, I say that is no choice. As Washington continues to grab up powers for itself, powers over all of us, at some point we Texans need to recognize that this isn’t what we signed up for, an this further illustrates of the urgent necessity for Texas independence. For freedom’s sake, it’s time we wish the U.S. 'Best of luck' with their experiment in authoritarianism, say 'Good-bye' to this plague of imperial presidents, and go our own way. In fact, it’s past time. Texit."
Ryan Thorson

"Revolutions, especially those proffered up by the pop-cult likes of AntiFa, Russell Brand, Bernie Sanders and Katy Perry, are, however well-intentioned they may (or may not) be, in the end, when the dust settles, different fig leaves on the same old saggy baggie of family jewels."
Chris Campbell

"Religious convictions, regardless of what myths they may be founded upon, become blinders to logic and reason. Modern religions and cults with all their pomp, regalia and ceremony have the identical purpose of the old witch doctors. That is the control of the mind of man and his enslavement for the benefit of the leaders of organized religion and the political establishment. Religion is the perfect crime. It extracts the spiritual allegiance and substance of its adherents.
Religious tradition includes all organized religion, all religious subdivisions under Christian pretenses and all cults and secret orders. Though their outer appearances appear different and diverse and even antagonistic, they all radiate from the same inspiration. All lead men and women into spiritual deception and slavery."
Bob Livingston

"I must say that communism is one of the few creeds that violate the Non-Aggression Principle (NAP) by its very existence and instantiation under any circumstances. In this case, I may be able to suspend my abhorrence of strategic bombing. You could make the case that most universities in America are viral bio-weapons labs producing some of the most toxic destructive devices in the history of mankind. Apart from disease, the professoriate and its concomitant bipedal budgies in the media are the most deadly human software virus in the world. The pandemic of imposed dirt-naps and enslavement of subject populations know no peer in sheer destructive power."
Bill Buppert

"For all the NRA’s dire warnings about government gun confiscation, the real, tangible threat to gun-owning Americans today comes not from gun-grabbing bureaucrats but from door-bashing law enforcement officers who think they’re at war — who are too often trained to view the people they serve not as citizens with rights but as potential threats. Here, the NRA just doesn’t want to get involved."
Radley Balko

"Revolutions have never lightened the burden of tyranny; they have only shifted it to another shoulder."
George Bernard Shaw

"There's something wrong with Hillary Clinton. It is not just her constant lying. It is not just that she throws off menacing glares and seethes thwarted entitlement. Watch closely. Something much darker rides along with it. A cold creepiness rarely seen."
Julian Assange

"The expanded range and free flow of information begins to erode the conditioned thinking designed to keep us within our assigned work-stations in the herd. If individual 'resources' – as we are called – cannot be relied upon to submit to the collective purposes of formalized abstractions, perhaps robots and computerized machines can take their places. Robotic policemen, driverless cars, pilotless airplanes, and wars conducted with computers used to select bombing victims thousands of miles away, may be the 'last hurrah' of a system that has done so much to destroy the spontaneous and autonomous nature of what it means to be human."
Butler Shaffer

"American interventions in foreign lands serve a large variety of special interest groups, such as wealthy campaign contributors, foreign aid officials, arms merchants and producers, private contractors, Pentagon planners, intelligence technicians, agricultural producers, academic researchers, special forces, CIA operatives, etc., but they do not serve the common people of the affected countries or those of America. From our perspective, as common people not in government and not part of the intervention enterprises of the federal government, these interventions can and do go wrong in a great many ways, as measured against the goals that we are told are the official rationales. The war on terrorist groups and the wars on various countries labeled as terrorist turn out to produce more terrorism than ever. By producing an ever-larger supply of terrorists, they are taxpayer-subsidized full employment acts for the special interests, the so-called 'swamp'.
American interventions in foreign lands should be terminated, lock, stock and barrel."
Michael Rozeff

Friday, October 20, 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:


Emperor Lies About Iran


The god-Trump claims Iran is not “living up to the spirit” of the 2015 nuclear agreement. That “spirit,” of course, is the demonic spirit of submission and surrender to the Empire’s dictates- that same submission and surrender exemplified by The Regime’s loyalists.


The Regime says they want “peace” with Russia. Threatening a nuclear power by putting your troops near their border is a rather depraved way to offer “peace.”


Maybe they can use them for those nifty flyovers at football games that make a loyalist’s demonic heart swell with pride.


He considers those who refuse to bow to elite globalist/psychopaths as “unpatriotic” and that such views should be “consigned to the ash heap of history.”


The out of control tumor known as the US Regime is as virulent and toxic as the cancer eating up this tyrannical thugs’s brain.


Assassins have never cared much for “transparency,” even when such transparency has been delayed for over fifty years.


They create the monstrosity and then make you bail out their interventionist schemes. Then, to make the whole affair even more ridiculous, they prance around claiming themselves as heroes!


But he seems to have forgotten about his own. The Regime has always declared a monopoly on the truth.

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

Secession, anyone?

Sunday, October 15, 2017

Quotes of the Week

Enlightened insights taken from the past week’s reading:


"The police are nothing more than a government shock collar on the tax cattle milling about the vast plantations disguised as states. Cops are the tyrant’s cattle prod and when the peer weapons competency of citizens starts to match or exceed that of the praetorians, all governments get very nervous and use every opportunity to strip this capability from their subject populations in the vast feed lots they administer."
Bill Buppert

"Always there is a disgruntled minority that opposes a war for a multitude of reasons such as reluctance to make necessary sacrifices, fear of personal loss or suffering, philosophical and ethical objection to warfare as a method of settling disputes, lack of confidence in the ability of the leadership, resentment at being called upon to play a subordinate role, pessimistic belief that victory is far from certain and defeat very possible, egoistic satisfaction of refusing to run with the herd, psychological opposition to being yelled at on any and every petty pretext, a thousand and one other reasons.
No political or military dictatorship ever has been one hundred percent successful in identifying and suppressing the malcontents who, typically, conceal themselves behind a veil of silence and bide their time."
Eric Frank Russell

"It is commonly believed that an unconscious person is comatose. This is the extreme, but the unconscious person is anyone under automatic guidance from external authorities. This refers to the vast majority of Americans. Quite obviously, political and some religious authorities want to keep this state of unconscious collective mind. When we understand this, we see that all governments strive to keep the mass mind unconscious and dependent upon authority."
Bob Livingston

"The dehumanizing and destructive nature of collective systems – wherein the individuality of human beings is squeezed out in order to serve a mythical abstraction – is in a terminal state. Voluntary forms of cooperation, with their interconnected networks containing neither 'tops' nor 'bottoms,' and with no one enjoying coercive authority over others, are becoming increasingly attractive to men and women. The contrast between the pyramidal and spherical models is best illustrated in the differences between politically-structured systems of economic planning, and the marketplace. The specter of such liberating changes are terrifying to the statists, who want nothing more – nor less – than to enjoy the exercise of power over others, and who are arrogant enough to believe that they are entitled to enjoy such authority regardless of the costs to the rest of humanity."
Butler Shaffer

"There is a huge structure of purely domestic powers being exercised by our government that are usurpations. Manufacturing and commerce are not accomplished by free markets within this country. The provision of health services is not through free markets. One industry after another is subject to usurped government powers. Can you run any business or develop any piece of land or real estate without running headlong into a panoply of labor laws and environmental laws? Trade is restricted in countless ways that have removed your rights. Government usurpations are the order of the day. They are called 'laws' and 'regulations'."
Michael Rozeff

"It’s not surprising that everyone wants their own state: The system we’ve designed makes that desirable. Statehood brings power, significance, recognition and a voice on the world stage. We act as though that status is as God-given as the rights of kings were once thought to be, when, in fact, it has been shaped by a complicated history of warfare, expulsion, colonialism and foreign powers drawing lines on a poorly understood map. Meanwhile, individuals and groups that don’t quite fit into that system are left without protections, scrabbling for rights and autonomy."
Malka Older

"American citizens carrying their own arms are the militia of the various states and, along with their firearms, carry the responsibility to defend their fellow citizens. As soon as big-government toadies convince you 1) that it is NOT your responsibility to be armed so as to be prepared to defend your fellow townsmen, and 2) that it is only the government’s responsibility to protect you and your community, you have ceased being a CITIZEN and have become a SLAVE." 
Chuck Baldwin

"The revelations coming to light about Hollywood Oligarch Harvey Weinstein perfectly capture the true nature of our status quo: a rotten-to-the-core, predatory, exploitive oligarchy of dirty secrets and dirty lies protected by an army of self-serving sycophants, servile toadies on the make and well-paid legal mercenaries. Predators aren't an aberration of the Establishment; they are the perfection of the Establishment, which protects abusive, exploitive predator-oligarchs lest the feudal injustices of life in America be revealed for all to see."
Charles Hugh Smith

"All government, in its essence, is a conspiracy against the superior man: its one permanent object is to oppress him and cripple him. If it be aristocratic in organization, then it seeks to protect the man who is superior only in law against the man who is superior in fact; if it be democratic, then it seeks to protect the man who is inferior in every way against both. One of its primary functions is to regiment men by force, to make them as much alike as possible and as dependent upon one another as possible, to search out and combat originality among them. All it can see in an original idea is potential change, and hence an invasion of its prerogatives. The most dangerous man to any government is the man who is able to think things out for himself, without regard to the prevailing superstitions and taboos. Almost inevitably he comes to the conclusion that the government he lives under is dishonest, insane and intolerable, and so, if he is romantic, he tries to change it. And even if he is not romantic personally he is very apt to spread discontent among those who are."
H. L. Mencken


Thursday, October 12, 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:


Emperor Threatens WWIII

He thinks he’s doing a “reality show.” I think this is the best description yet of the nature of his reign. He truly believes the earth is his playground and he decides what games are played there.


Like they’re not close enough already. The person in charge of “acquisition” at the Pentagon formerly worked for Textron.


“Particularly intense ‘interrogation’ sessions involved medical personnel attending to detainee wounds, and even applying antibiotics, so that torture could continue.”

Such is the nature of your demonic rulers.

Perhaps the “psychologists” who ran this torture program should be executed, then have their brains examined.


The god-Trump has out-bombed even Lord Obama.


He needs more destructive toys to play with and to threaten his neighbors.

Regime Prick Waves North Korea- Yet Again

The North Koreans may be getting bored by The Empire’s bluffs.


They don’t want anyone to possibly question or counter their massacre narrative.


Thanks, Mr. Moore, for completely revealing what a fascist piece of garbage you are!
I bow to no man, let alone some wack job's stinking deity made from an ugly piece of cloth.
Please try and arrest me, Mr. Moore, so I can turn you into a grease spot on the sidewalk- which is exactly what scum like you deserve!

Some good news for the resistance:

'We keep wiping it off, and it keeps coming back. We think it’s benign, but we just don’t know.

Love it!

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

Secession, anyone?

Sunday, October 8, 2017

Quotes of the Week

Enlightened insights taken from the past week’s reading:

"I must confess that I worry about how easily distracted Texans are these days. When Texans are more concerned with a ridiculous protest by overpaid athletes than they are the Federal noose that is tightening around our necks, we should all be concerned. Rather than burning the overpriced jersey from their favorite NFL team, Texans should be burning mad that Texas is still part of a union that robs them of their rights, their money, their dignity, and their right of self government."
Daniel Miller

"The ends sought by most advocates of political structuring are not a peaceful and orderly society, nor conforming human behavior to the demands of nature, nor maximizing the material and spiritual well-being of all humans. Their aspirations, rather, are to be found in the enjoyment of coercive power over others, a purpose that can be found in the manipulation of any conditions. 'Environmentalists' began, a few decades ago, with the 'threat' of a coming 'ice age,' for which state regulation of human behavior would be required. In mid-stream, their hypothecated threat became 'global warming,' with government control the only plausible solution. The 'threat' was later modified to 'climate change,' for which political control was proposed."
Butler Shaffer

"Decentralized and more numerous states are more difficult for the empire to control.  If this wasn’t true, they wouldn’t be working so hard to centralize everything."
Bionic Mosquito

"Modern psychological force is based on the propaganda doctrines of altruism and self-sacrifice among the people. Anti-productive politicians and bureaucrats use and coerce the public mind with the doctrines of self-sacrifice and altruism. This is a system of appeal to the unconscious mind. When you hear a politician use the term 'fairness' or 'your fair share,' he is manipulating you to give up something to nonproductive government. 
If the manipulative fiction of self-sacrifice were to become widely known, the people could readily see that taxes, regulations and innumerable laws are a complex system of government force."
Bob Livingston

"A government only has a right to decide whom you trade with if you’ve assigned that right to that government. If you haven’t done so, then the government has usurped that power. It has seized that power unlawfully, and that is exactly what has happened. The power that Trump and other presidents are using or may use to stop us from trading with whomever we may wish to is a usurpation. It is a power taken from us by force. It is an aggression. If the government stops you from trading with citizens of China or North Korea or Russia, it’s immoral because it’s an exercise of a usurped power."
Michael Rozeff

"If the irrationals currently shutting down debate on college campuses throughout the nation and calling for the abolition of all firearms have their way, they will achieve a sort of equality. We’ll all be equally oppressed by those who remain armed and who will control all of the people’s resources."
Sam Rolley

"As a matter of principle and personal preference, I’m in favor of secession.
Because if the pertinent question about independence referenda like the recent ones in Catalonia and Iraqi Kurdistan is Who gets to have a nation-state? my gut answer is: Whoever wants one! I’m in favor of self-determination. I’m in favor of governments that closely and democratically represent their constituents. I believe that small is beautiful and that large countries tend to be more trouble than they’re worth."
Malka Older

"The modern American media, scholastic, religious, and political establishments have created a depend-on-government mentality for virtually every part of the American existence, including for self-protection, safety, and security. Anyone who believes in the personal right of self-defense is deemed to be a kook or radical or worse. The American citizenry is constantly bombarded with media and governmental propaganda that pounds it into our psyche that we are supposed to wait helplessly for law enforcement personnel to arrive on the scene and come to our rescue. Of course, by the time police arrive, the damage is done. But that’s okay. It doesn’t really matter to these Big Government freaks how many people die; all that matters is that we depend on government. It’s not about safety and security, my friends; it’s about government CONTROL."
Chuck Baldwin

"There is no greater absurdity than moving history off its factual basis and substituting a fictional basis as dictated by Identity Politics.
In the United States—indeed, in the entirely of the Western world—history has become a construction that serves not the truth but special interests. This is the reason that the Western World is doomed. Peoples whose history is destroyed are defenceless. They have no idea who they are."
Paul Craig Roberts

Thursday, October 5, 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 is Billing Each of You $7500

And that’s just to pay for all their stinking wars for the last 16 years.


Apparently, he’s grown fond of the taste and sight of foreign blood.


Look at all those sitting ducks with no “legal” way to defend themselves.

So much for gun laws- though your commie masters in DC will demand even more laws.
That's what "government" does- when an action fails, keep doing it again...........

Keep peeling back the layers of information on this shooter- eventually, you'll find some kind of relationship with the FBI or a USSA intelligence agency. It's a given.


DC steals your hard earned cash to support unskilled, third world parasites. This amount is in addition to what is already stolen from you to feed homegrown parasites.


The DC gangsters will side with whomever pays the most in bribes.


Grabbing your balls just does not bring them enough satisfaction. They want to know every thing else about your body.


They consider the listing of “love” as an ingredient as a “violation.”


They harassed groups on both the left and the right with audits.

Some good news for the resistance:


And they did so despite massive amounts of violence perpetrated against them by the fascist Spanish Regime. Will Texans show such courage against their DC masters?


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

Secession, anyone?

Sunday, October 1, 2017

Quotes of the Week

Enlightened insights taken from the past week’s reading:

"Here's to the crazy ones. The misfits. The rebels. The troublemakers. The round pegs in the square holes. The ones who see things differently. They're not fond of rules. And they have no respect for the status quo. You can quote them, disagree with them, glorify or vilify them. About the only thing you can't do is ignore them. Because they change things. They push the human race forward. And while some may see them as the crazy ones, we see genius. Because the people who are crazy enough to think they can change the world, are the ones who do."
Rob Siltanen

"War has all the characteristics of socialism most conservatives hate: Centralized power, state planning, false rationalism, restricted liberties, foolish optimism about intended results, and blindness to unintended secondary results."
Joseph Sobran

"Human liberty can only exist or be restored with an accurate perception of reality. Mind distorting fictions of government and external authority must be exposed. To do otherwise is to keep us dependent on an ivory tower mysticism based on lies and the duplicity of politicians and bureaucrats."
Bob Livingston

"Forced wealth redistribution via political power has grown over time. It’s unlawful, unconstitutional, immoral and it has never done Americans any good. If this is what SJWs want more of, forget it. It’s only more of the same destructive social-political idiocy. The sensible idea and the just idea is to create wealth, not force people to give it up to others for any baseless reasons."
Michael Rozeff

"The alt-right and white supremacists seek to achieve their goals through racist propaganda. The leftists seek to achieve their goals by tricking Americans into believing that all they want are brotherhood and multiculturalism. If either group achieves its goals, we Americans will lose not only our liberty but also our civility. Few Americans recognize and respect the fact that multiracial societies are inherently unstable. What we’ve been doing for decades, through various government policies, is stacking up combustible racial kindling awaiting a racial arsonist to set it ablaze. There are too many historical examples of what happens to a nation when race hustlers are allowed to take over."
Walter Williams

"But it does me no injury for my neighbor to say there are twenty gods, or no God. It neither picks my pocket nor breaks my leg…Reason and free inquiry are the only effectual agents against error. Give a loose rein to them, they will support the true religion by bringing every false one to their tribunal, to the test of their investigation."
Thomas Jefferson

"Our culture is one of extreme superficiality. This is exactly why so many people lose their minds over NFL players taking a knee, but could never be driven to such burning outrage over a war launched based on falsehoods that killed hundreds of thousands of Iraqis.
Politicians and oligarchs encourage such superficiality, because if the public can be kept extremely ignorant and stupid then those who actually call the shots and craft the legislation can be left alone to steer society in the way they deem fit without the general public interfering. The end result is the rabble fights about the national anthem, flags and Milo, while the country continues to get looted."
Mike Krieger

"As a kitten chasing the projection of a laser-pointer, Trump’s target of admiration is an ever moving one; darting left, right, and left again. And like King Lear, Trump has rewards for which side best professes love for him, but little else will move him."
Ryan Thorson

Thursday, September 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:


Regime Begins Press Censorship

They don’t like having their crimes revealed by those evil Russkies.


They’ll do whatever they can to start a war. Loyalists love war.


Lying for the Regime is a matter of practice for any Regime goon. Always assume any statement is a lie until proven otherwise.


The Regime is using “their” terrorists to secure oil rich, Syrian territory and ignoring ISIS. 

In fact, they may even be collaborating with them against the Russians.


They’re getting ready to take on the Syrian forces.


And not a single one of the them every threatened or attacked the US.


They’re counting on Moore’s Law to continually increase their killing abilities.


Apparently, the Constitution is seen as just a “guide,” not law- making it even more “unfit to exist.”

Regime Thieves Set Record for Looting

They stole nearly $3 trillion. But it’s not near enough. They had to borrow hundreds of billions more.


All done as payback for bribes received from their Boeing cronies.


But don’t look for any spending cuts, making this just another Regime con.


Worship The Regime or be annihilated.

It’s easy to despise both sides of this childish conflict.


He wants Spain to remain united, though he can’t articulate any reason why. Not to mention, it’s none of his fu*king business.

I challenge this clown to even find Catalan on a map.

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

Secession, anyone?

Monday, September 25, 2017

Quotes of the Week

Enlightened insights taken from the past week’s reading:

"Drugs are no more of a problem than anything else in life; life is full of problems. In fact, life isn’t just full of problems; life is problems. What is a problem? It’s simply the situation of having to choose between two or more alternatives. Personally, I believe in people being free to choose, and I rigorously shun the company of people who don’t believe that. Drug addicts have a problem; drug 'warriors' have a much more serious problem."
Doug Casey

"Atoms are life’s building blocks. Most everything worthwhile—family, community, trade, inquiry, innovation, production, progress—starts with individuals and builds. Most everything deleterious—repression, state-sponsored rapacity, tyranny, war—is imposed from the top by sociopaths masquerading as leaders."
Robert Gore

"It is the nature of governments that there exists a silent state of hostility between the government and the people. Governments rule by deception and force. The goal of government is to coerce the people into a regimented, docile and obedient mass under a propaganda system based on altruism and self-sacrifice.
This is not altruism as you understand the word. It has a double meaning. Where you understand it as an unselfish devotion and interest in others and their well-being, government uses it to gain power, control and wealth under a veneer of charity and good works."
Bob Livingston

"Most people today are guilty of many things, but slavery isn’t one of them. Social justice warriors (SJWs) cannot thrust such guilt upon anyone except existing slave traders, and there are some still said to be operating. Accusing innocent people today of benefiting from slavery of yesteryear can only cause resentment, sow discord and create counter-reactions. Singling out and blaming white people as a class will be seen as the rank injustice that it is. Nor can accusations of Western civilization fare any better. A disembodied concept like 'Western civilization' can’t bear guilt. SJWs cannot sanitize the history of slavery by removing signs of the past from the present."
Michael Rozeff

"Keys today may be sophisticated or simple.  They may operate by means of microwaves or primitive notches designed to turn manual tumblers.  But the purpose of the key that nearly every Socialist has in his pocket is not to open the door of the house or to start the engine of the car.  A knob or a button can do that.  The key's actual purpose is to keep other people out.  The ubiquitous key is a tool of exclusion, a means to enforce the rule of 'no trespassing' and is the very antithesis of inclusivity, equality, and Marxism.  The key is a symbol of capitalism, trade, and individual liberty.  The key is a confession of the sanctity of private property, in thought, word, and deed."
Rev. Larry Beane

"Texas has done all it can to change things, but things are only getting progressively worse. If we would want to stop the cultural suicide and GENOCIDE that U.S. is engaged in, if we would preserve that which we value, the only way to do it is to separate, peacefully and democratically. Those in the U.S. who would be free  will come to Texas. Those that want an expansive federal government with enormous debt will remain."
Ryan Thorson

"Liberty is meaningless where the right to utter one’s thoughts and opinions has ceased to exist. That, of all rights, is the dread of tyrants. It is the right which they first of all strike down. They know its power. Thrones, dominions, principalities, and powers, founded in injustice and wrong, are sure to tremble, if men are allowed to reason…There can be no right of speech where any man…[is] compelled to suppress his honest sentiments. Equally clear is the right to hear. To suppress free speech is a double wrong. It violates the rights of the hearer as well as those of the speaker."
Frederick Douglas

"The general proclivity to obsess about how one’s group, whether it be a nation, political tribe, or race/religion is superior to all others represents such an immature and unconscious way of seeing the world, it’s really hard for me to believe so many people still see reality through such a lens. This type of thinking tends to attract very insecure people. People who cannot look at themselves individually and be proud of the person they see. As such, they scurry around looking for a group with an established superiority myth which they can then latch themselves onto in order to feel better about themselves."
Mike Krieger

"I should cheer the athletes protesting during the national anthem, some libertarians tell me, because they're against the state! 
Ugh.
If it's police brutality they're upset about, that's not a federal issue, so it makes no sense to protest it during the national anthem. 
In general, the message is 'white privilege,' 'institutional racism,' and the alleged need for (even more) radical changes to address these alleged problems.
Ever met anyone who pretended to be white on a college application, in order to get a share of that 'white privilege'?
What the heck are we doing politicizing and militarizing professional sports in the first place, what with the constant military displays and references?
The military establishment is not in any way protecting our freedom. It's bleeding us dry on behalf of a hopeless global project whose scope is never defined and whose purpose remains unexplained.
If the protesters could articulate that message, or clearly oppose the warfare state's propaganda, then we'd be getting somewhere. That kind of protest might actually make sense during the national anthem."
Tom Woods

Thursday, September 21, 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:


Emperor Renews ‘Emergency’

This particular one has now lasted 16 years.

Giving the Emperor that power releases them from responsibility when wars ultimately become unpopular. 


War helps the weak and feeble minded feel important and dominant.


Isn’t this what tin pot dictators (both communist and fascist) do?


And all done secretly by the CIA.

They unite in a shared Persian paranoia.


But only until March 22. Supposedly. At least until The Emperor inevitably changes his mind.


They’re following the usual government pattern- If an action fails the first time used, keep repeating that action again and again.

This just in- The Regime has now upped their game with live bombs.


Just because they won’t obey the Bag Bad Wolf. The Regime believes it has the authority to tell other countries how they can protect themselves.


After saying he wouldn’t, of course. Seeing a pattern here? The only decisiveness this moron shows is when deciding to kill people or terrorize them.


He’s busy cashing in after serving the needs of criminal banksters.


This is what happens in banana republics.


You are officially supposed to be terrified at the very mention of North Korea, Iran, and…..Venezuela?

Some good news for the resistance:

I’ve been warning them for at least a year that a political savior/messiah does not exist. The Regime is not built to be “reformed” or “re-directed.” It is designed to operate as a criminal mafia.

The only hope to regain your liberty lies in separation.


A shocking revelation- Millennials express the most support.


It may be for the wrong reason, but at least they are already breaking away from their school boy programming and symbol deification.

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

Secession, anyone?



Thursday, September 14, 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 Sending More Killers to Afghanistan

This must be Surge #5, at least. This time they’ll get it done- whatever “it” is.


Smaller nukes means nukes most likely to be used- and against threats that don’t even exist.


Why even have a “ceiling” that is continually raised?


They’ll call it “fixing” health care.


The Regime considers such spying on you as “vital to protect the nation.”


They feel you up eight times, now- for your safety of course. I guess stroking and fingering you is next. Is fisting far behind that?


They wouldn’t outright eliminate Obummer-Care and now will do the same for the blatantly unconstitutional DACA.


How much hubris one must have to tell over one billion people (who aren't even your subjects) who they may trade with?


They don’t want a diplomatic solution, of course. They want another profitable war.


Knowing this (and this isn’t the first proof of such activity), how can people think it so outrageous that this same Regime was involved in the 9/11 attacks?


Yet, the criminals need to steal hundreds of billions more just to stay even.

Meanwhile, their fiat dollar takes a dive.

Some good news for the resistance:

Let’s hope he follows through with his threat. We can then start the orderly process of US abolition and declare the sovereignty of the fifty states.

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

Secession, anyone?

Saturday, September 9, 2017

Quotes of the Week

Enlightened insights taken from the past week’s reading:

"The ramped-up efforts to destroy the last vestiges of the independent spirit and middle-class culture are part of the ongoing struggle of the globalists, collectivists and cultural Marxists to maintain their grip on power until One World Governance is cemented.
It can't be done until the American system, including the Constitution, are destroyed."
Bob Livingston

"A sponger or sponge is a person who lives on others. Government power encourages sponging. To understand someone’s politics, find out where they stand on sponging. If they speak about the people running the government or about unity or about a revolution of the people in the country, they favor sponging. They implicitly are thinking about and advocating replacing the current government monopoly by another. In the new system they envision, the names of the parasites will change. The names of their victimized hosts will change, but sponging will go on. As long as there is government without the consent of the governed, government power will always be wielded for the sake of spongers."
Michael Rozeff

"The government should withdraw itself not just from robots and artificial intelligence (AI), but from the economy in general. The State is, by its nature, a coercive institution. And coercion of any type should be kept to a minimum in any society. That means the State should be limited to protecting you from domestic coercion with police. Foreign coercion with an army. And facilitating the adjudication of disputes with a court system. In today’s world, however, it does none of those things effectively—but tries to do everything else."
Doug Casey

"The design is that Libertarianism is an individualist philosophy. The non-aggression principle is the bedrock of the philosophy – a moral foundation – but does not or should not tell individuals what kind worldview – what kind of house – to build on that foundation.
Libertarianism should never tell what size, what style, what color, what materials, how tall or wide or what breadth any individual’s house should be any more than it should tell what idea, what ideology, what politics, what philosophy, what religion what lifestyle any individual’s worldview should be."
Garry Reed

"Every one of the great revolutionists, from Isaiah to Shelley, have been optimists. They have been indignant, not about the badness of existence, but about the slowness of men in realizing its goodness."
G.K. Chesterton

"Thus, it becomes clear that the welfare state is not something that can be grudgingly tolerated as merely a parasitic nuisance. It is overoptimistic to assume that the remaining vestiges of free-market entrepreneurialism will always be able to outpace its insatiable drive toward capital consumption. Nor is it prudent to believe that the hard institutions of private property rights and market prices will be able to survive, let alone do their job effectively, with their underlying cultural foundations eroded to the core. And it is evident that welfare statism strikes at the latter at least as hard, if not more so, than it does at the former."
Jakub Bozydar Wisniewski

"Under free-market capitalism 'power' results from customer service: The more customers you make happy, the more money you make.  You can tell the wealthiest capitalist in the world — Bill Gates — to keep his Microsoft computer and go play in the traffic if you are an Apple user.  But if you say the equivalent of that to the IRS they will send men with guns into your home to apprehend you and they will force you to live in a cage for seven or eight years.  They will beat you into submission for your failure to obey their orders.  It’s sometimes pleasantly called 'democracy.'"
Tom DiLorenzo

"Politics is poison and rulership is barbarity."
Paul Rosenberg

Thursday, September 7, 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’s Water Gangsters Misspent Millions

And of course, none are fired or jailed.


Dollars on their way to the Clinton Foundation, no doubt.

I’m still waiting for someone to explain to me what “poverty law” is? A direct request to the SPLC brought no answer.


No comment necessary.


Katrina Redux.


They don’t need weapons, they need trucks. And even Regime trucks aren’t always up to the task.


Violence makes for good TV ratings.


They’re starting with a Russian Trade Mission.


Embargos are just a “non-shooting” version of war. If embargo goes through, just consider it an unofficial declaration of war.


This crazed war wench won’t be happy until thousands of Iranians are dying from Regime bombs.


“Support the troops! Even long after they’re dead!”

Some good news for the resistance:

Regime nukes just make them more of a target.


“Sheeee-it! Nuthin' to it”

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

Secession, anyone?

Sunday, September 3, 2017

Quotes of the Week

Enlightened insights taken from the past week’s reading:

"It is incredible how 'as soon as a people becomes subject, it promptly falls into such complete forgetfulness of its freedom' that it can hardly be roused to the point of regaining it, obeying so easily and so willingly that one is led to say, on beholding such a situation, that this people has not so much lost its liberty as won its enslavement. It is true that in the beginning 'men submit under constraint and force'; but those who come after them obey without regret and perform willingly what 'their predecessors had done because they had to'. This is why men born under the yoke and then nourished and reared in slavery are content, unaware of any other state or right, and considering as quite natural the condition into which they were born.”
√Čtienne de La Bo√©tie

"The main objective of all socialists is to use the coercive powers of the state to force some kind of societal 'plan' or plans on the entire society, replacing all the individual plans that people normally make for their own lives.  It is about totalitarian control.  The problem, wrote Hayek, is how to organize a mob large enough to be able to enforce the views of the behind-the-scenes architects of the totalitarian scheme."
Tom Dilorenzo

"The Confederacy, monuments to the men who fought for it and the Confederate battle flag are symbols of rebellion against an overreaching, socialistic, highly centralized and authoritarian government; so it's no wonder the elite power brokers want it erased from memory. While it was waved by racists during the Civil Rights movement, so was the American flag in at least equal numbers. In fact, the American flag flew over a 'racist America' far longer than the Confederacy stood as a nation. These facts demonstrate the abject hypocrisy and vapid thought processes of the elites, the race hucksters and their MSM propaganda machine."
Bob Livingston

"Confusion is endemic to government. Elected officials and their hired help routinely lack understanding. They are eternally ignorant. They never know anything with any clarity. They are always uncertain what to do or why to do it. Only by an occasional accident does government ever work in a praiseworthy way. Its standard state of being is confusion."
Michael Rozeff

"The social justice cultism of leftists, growing ever more violent and illogical, is meant to push conservatives not just into the arms of the Trump White House, but it is also meant to push us towards a more totalitarian mindset. The more aggressive the left becomes, the more inclined the right will be to use government as a weapon to pulverize them with an iron fist. This is exactly what globalists want, for once conservatives abandon our Constitutional principles in the name of defeating the left, we will have become the monster we have always sought to defend against. We will have lost the long game and the globalists will have us exactly where they want us."
Brandon Smith

"The development of soldier drones allows wars to be fought without boots on the ground. But make no mistake about it, such systems can be turned inward against the people to retain power as well as was done to the Bonus Army. The one common denominator is that government lies all the time and manipulates the military for political purposes. Since the Spanish American War, not a single war was fought to protect the American people from any invasion. When government controls the media, darkness flourishes."
Martin Armstrong

"A popular Government without popular information or the means of acquiring it, is but a Prologue to a Farce or a Tragedy or perhaps both. Knowledge will forever govern ignorance, and a people who mean to be their own Governors, must arm themselves with the power knowledge gives."
James Madison

"Lincoln is theology, not historiology. He is a faith, he is a church, he is a religion, and he has his own priests and acolytes, most of whom . . . are passionately opposed to anybody telling the truth about him . . . with rare exceptions, you can’t believe what any major Lincoln scholar tells you about Abraham Lincoln and race."
Lerone Bennett, Jr.

"In the United States 'conspiracy theory' is the name given to explanations that differ from those that serve the ruling oligarchy, the establishment or whatever we want to call those who set and control the agendas and the explanations that support the agendas.
The explanations imposed on us by the ruling class are themselves conspiracy theories. Moreover, they are conspiracy theories designed to hide the real conspiracy that our rulers are operating."
Paul Craig Roberts

"It is the open, competitive market economy that, precisely, gives each and every individual wide latitude and liberty over his own personal affairs. It is the market that enables each of us to make his own choices concerning the profession, occupation or productive calling to pursue. It is the market that enables each and everyone of us to have the freedom to make our own choices to earn an income and spend that income as we consider best in terms of the values, beliefs, purposes and desires that we think may bring meaning and happiness to our individual lives."
Richard Ebeling

"By the way, shout out to all the preppers who don’t need to buy $100 bottled water [because of Hurricane Harvey], and who already have their generators. They are probably saving the asses of people who were ridiculing them last week for their paranoid nature."
Joe Jarvis

"I will cut your ass in half!"
Unidentified, shotgun wielding man, warning looters while guarding a store in Houston.


Thursday, August 31, 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:


Racist, Regime Clown-in-Gown Overturns Texas Voting Law- Again

He says it’s “discriminatory,” meaning it discriminates again people not qualified to vote.

Apparently, despite the Age of Enlightenment we experienced under Lord Obama (Our One and True Savior), blacks and Latinos are still too stupid and incompetent to secure a photo ID.

That’s the racist Clown’s view, not mine.


His lying caused an innocent passenger to spend the night in a local mafia cage. But the Clown ruled the Goon is a “crucial aspect of national security” and therefore not accountable for his slander and kidnapping.


It’s just part of that wonderful “transparent government” they promised us.


Bet you didn’t know that the Regime is “responsible” for the “defense” of this island nation, did you? Seeing its convenient location to Asian “trouble spots” (North Korea and China) expect that radar installation to be joined by Regime troops on the ground.


Uh-huh- just like he “threatened” to pull troops out of Afghanistan. Watch his die hard supporters be snookered once again.


She calls it "The Better Deal" and it’s sooooo good, she had to look at a brochure to remind her just what the hell it even was!


Some of them even stole personal information from tax slaves’ returns.

Question: Just how bad a person must you be to be fired from a criminal, thieving mafia?


Exposing the truth is considered a “hostile act” in The US Commie Collective.


He’s just having to much fun and success. Besides, he has to kill them in order to “help” them…..


A grand total of 1% of voting politi-gangsters were against this anti-liberty legislation.


It’s quick way to pad the death count. Consider it a low-tech surgical strike.


The last time an Emperor loved tariffs this much was 1861. It sparked a war of secession.


Google’s pogrom against Regime dissidents has been going on for a while, but it has reached “scary, ridiculous” status.

I fully expect that demanding the jailing of people like Dr. Paul is next on their agenda.

They’ll probably pass it on to Antifa the same, “accidental” way they passed on arms to sand monkey jihadists.

It's time to stop calling them "cops" and start calling them "gendarmes."


Watch them find all sorts of ways to increase the US occupation- but just to “help” people, of course.

Think I’m exaggerating? A Regime Goon’s own words: “We’re going to be there for years.”


This one is “steerable.” The easier it becomes to deploy and control these weapons, the more likely they will be used.


Just when you think it can’t get any more ridiculous, it does.


The good news is that they confessed to it.


The Regime is just as confused as the trannys and is looking for “guidance.”

Some good news for the resistance:


Federal prosecutors very rarely lose. Let’s hope this starts a trend.


Maybe it will lead to armed conflict and they start killing each other.


They now have Deaf to accompany their existing Dumb.


They just need to pass the referendum.


Enjoy it while it lasts. I’m predicting this sudden respite from madness won’t last long.

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

Secession, anyone?


Wednesday, August 30, 2017

The Perfect Spokesman for US Loyalists

This will make conservative loyalists uncomfortable:

“It seems to me that at this particular moment in American history, if there's any silver lining in the terrible suffering that's going on in Houston, it's to remember that we are one country. I am sure that in Houston, whether you're black or your white or Latino or Native American or Asian American, people are coming together to help each other all over the country.”

“We are one nation, and we have got to stop the type of divisions that Trump and others are bringing about, trying to divide us up. We are one people. We're going to stand with the people of Texas today.”

Bernie Sanders

One Nation! One People! One Flag! 

One Thought! One Family! One Future!

Unite the Empire! Heil!

CNN Gets Put In Its Place


Tuesday, August 29, 2017

FEMA Invades Texas

This is a message sent to me from the Texas Nationalist Movement, titled "The Truth About Texas and FEMA Dollars:"

While Texans are still reeling from the effects of Hurricane Harvey, a familiar refrain about Texas need for FEMA in the face of natural disasters is again making the rounds. Any notion that Texas needs FEMA is misinformation at best and blatant lie at worst.
It is important to remember that FEMA does not do any actual immediate disaster relief. That is handled by the Texas Military Department as well as local and State law enforcement and volunteers. FEMA’s primary role is logistics and administration. In short, everything that Texas is already doing when disaster strikes.

In the aftermath, FEMA coordinates the distribution of some, not all, of the resources being funneled into the areas affected by the disaster. That includes cots for shelters, some bottled water, and some ice. However, this a an extremely small percentage when compared to the outpouring of donations from private relief organizations, churches, and individuals.

As anyone in Texas can tell you, FEMA gets in the way more than it helps. During Hurricanes Rita and Ike, they refused to distribute ice collected for the disaster zones until county sheriffs ordered it to be done with or without FEMA authorization. During the Bastrop wildfires, they turned away firefighters that came from all over Texas to help fight the fires. These are just two examples that show how the same bureaucratic cancer that infects every other Federal agency is at its worst in FEMA.

What FEMA really does is hand out money. Looking at FEMA’s assistance in the wake of Hurricane Ike makes for a solid comparison. FEMA approved 121,666 Individual Assistance Applications and spent $532 million on individual assistance. It spent another $2.2 billion on Public Assistance Grants. In total, FEMA assistance in Texas totaled approximately $2.7 billion.
Annually, Texans pay approximately $100-120 billion more into the Federal system than we receive. Since Hurricane Ike in 2007, that amounts to approximately $1 trillion in overpayments. The bottom line is this: every dollar that FEMA spends in Texas first comes from the pockets of the Texas taxpayers. FEMA is only in the picture to retroactively justify the theft of our tax money by the Federal Government under the guise of a natural disaster.

Texans take care of Texans. We’re seeing it happen right now during Hurricane Harvey. We could do it much better with the money that we overpay for being in the Federal system and without FEMA.