"Most civilisation is based on cowardice. It’s so easy to civilize by teaching cowardice. You water down the standards which would lead to bravery. You restrain the will. You regulate the appetites. You fence in the horizons. You make a law for every movement. You deny the existence of chaos. You teach even the children to breathe slowly. You tame."
"The welfare-warfare state is built on violence and deceit. It is thus inevitable that many of those participating in this immoral system will combine their immoral politics with immoral personal conduct. Hopefully the revelations of sexual misconduct among the welfare-warfare state’s Capitol Hill and media defenders will lead more Americans to question the morality and the wisdom of allowing the federal government to run the world, run the economy, and run our lives."
"Country is a concept of peace, of tolerance, of living and letting live. But State is essentially a concept of power, of competition: it signifies a group in its aggressive aspects."
"The German state under Hitler was organized crime protected by visible military power, whereas American so-called 'democracy' is a police state without the jack boots and the swastika. Police power in a modern democracy appears more benevolent because it is more subtle or more invisible. But police power is ever present. It normally isolates and prosecutes enemies of the state, radiating its presence through the controlled media for public obedience. This type of police state is accurately described as benevolent totalitarianism. Sometimes, however, it misfires and rears its despotic head in actions like Waco and Ruby Ridge."
"An egalitarian society can only hope to achieve its goals by totalitarian methods of coercion; and, even here, we all believe and hope the human spirit of individual man will rise up and thwart any such attempts to achieve and ant-heap world."
"All the propagandistic fairy tales that have infused your education and media exposure on the 'good cop' fantasy are just that. The only way for the cops to go after bad guys is for the Internal Affair apparatchiks to do their job.
You may have anecdotal evidence of nice interactions with officer friendly but in the end, that cop will do what he is told by his political masters and ring your bell and snuff your life if you disobey it."
"It should now be clear that the U.S. has overextended itself. It is too big and attempts too much control, both here and abroad. However, contrary to the prediction of Ron Paul, a breakup of states, primarily those wishing to escape the control of Washington, may be inevitable. In fact, under certain circumstances, it just may be what the U.S. needs.
If Texas were to reassert its sovereignty, using the waning years of the American Empire to stabilize its own systems, Texas could be relatively insulated from the U.S. collapse. However, it is even possible that the loss of Texas might be the very thing to jog the Union back to its senses and get it to finally change its own suicidal policies… Well, at the very least, Texas will be safe."
"Global warming is an infinitely flexible, unscientific, unfalsifiable theory which can be stretched to accommodate any observation. Some Climate Scientists even shamelessly reject the very concept of scientific falsification with regard to the conduct of climate science.
No matter what happens to the weather, the climate explainers shamelessly cobble together an explanation which blames bad weather on your sinful lifestyle.
Whatever the observation, the climate explainers have their theory – their infinitely adaptable theory, which they claim is science. Warm weather confirms their worst fears. Cold weather is waved away. Whatever the observation, the explainers shamelessly adapt their theory to provide an explanation, based on their 'scientific' theory which cannot be falsified by any conceivable observations, even an abrupt plunge into a new ice age."
"Americans have become so accustomed to the concept of sanctions that the policy has become hum-drum and commonplace. Since the violence associated with sanctions is indirect and difficult to see, people don’t put them in the same category as bombs. But the reality is that sanctions, by virtue of their targeting foreign citizens for death, are every bit an act of war as dropping bombs on them."
"We are told, 'Except for Native Americans, we are all immigrants or children of immigrants.'
True enough – true as well for the 'Native Americans.' By the way, open borders didn’t work out so well for this group."