Saturday, May 30, 2020

US Crimes of the Week


Enlightened insights taken from the past week’s reading:

"Let’s increase the supply of knowledge and learning and money as time. That’s the information theory of economics and it applies today more than ever.
Currently we are wasting time and human minds, our scarce resources, in order to save face for politicians.
We are destroying the village in order to save it. We need surgical strikes and strategies more than surgical masks and business bans.
That’s what the politicians are being paid for. Let’s stop paying them until they get it right."
George Gilder

"Lockdown has created 100 million households of resistance – even among those who feel the government is helping.  You take away jobs, opportunity, exercise, family connections and provide 'free' money, mass surveillance and a police state – that ought to work, right, Gov?  But many humans are as least as smart as border collies, and we found all kinds of new ways to get our fixes, most of which entailed new learning and new tools, even new priorities and goals that will complement the coming insurrection.  None of what we are learning is making us better citizens, but some of what we are learning is going to help us survive.  Whether on purpose or by accident, whether we agree politically or not, we are all accelerating the collapse of the already collapsing state, and even seeing beyond that horizon towards something better."
Karen Kwiatkowski

"The lasting impact of the coronavirus going forward—alongside the devastating economic consequences that we have yet to truly face—could be deepening a regional, cultural, and political polarization that has been building in recent years. These are also precisely the sort of differences that are only escalated by centralized political power, and that will only be fueled by the upcoming theater of the 2020 presidential election.
Although national tragedies tend to bring a country together, it seems clear that the coronavirus will leave America as divided as it has been in modern history."
Tho Bishop

"As humans, we all face life and death constantly, but strive to enjoy our lives, our families, our friends, and the beauty of nature for as long as possible. There are evil forces attempting to eliminate all that is good in life in order to gain total power and control over us, and this effort is leading us away from joy and happiness and into the abyss of hell. This is not acceptable, and has to be quickly stopped. Instead of asking others to fix this, or to tell you what to do to stop it, stand up and stop it yourself. Each of us as individuals has a responsibility to fight for our family, our freedom, and ourselves. There are so many more of us than the enemy ruling class and government, but looking for a 'leader' or savior to come to your rescue is nothing more than a guarantee that you will forever remain a servant to your masters. If real freedom and the enjoyment of life are desired, fear must be defeated by individual courage and action."
GaryD.Barnett

"The coronavirus scare is a hoax. It is a manufactured government crisis. The governmental response has brought untold death and destruction to human society. A level of corona communism has been implemented that far exceeds anything that humanity has ever known. The response far exceeds the impact of the virus. Every totalitarian has spent these weeks licking their chops at the amount of harm they can do to unsuspecting people if they just continue to parrot the line that every invasion of all they hold dear is being done for their own good. As long as the invasions are individually tolerated, the invasions will only get worse."
Allan Stevo

"By ordering lockdowns, these governors betrayed the Declaration of Independence '…That to secure these Rights, Governments are instituted…' They betrayed us. They betrayed their states. They betrayed their country. They may have done so in panic or mistakenly or to look good or to save lives or for any number of reasons, but there is no doubt. Their lockdowns orders were and are betrayals.
The governors betrayed our principles. There is no point in having principles, such as individual rights to work, to life, to liberty and to the pursuit of happiness, if they are violated hastily and unlawfully and then replaced by their very opposites. It’s worthy of the term 'betrayal'."
Michael Rozeff

"An infected mind is a far more dangerous pestilence than any plague. One only threatens your life. The other destroys your character."
Marcus Aurelius

"How can a person that is not vaccinated 'harm' people that are vaccinated? How are they putting those people at risk? If the vaccine actually works, then the vaccinated people are safe from infection, aren't they? So, the only person 'at risk' is the person that chose not to vaccinate. This comes down to personal choice, there is no question of 'the greater good' or social risk.
Some vaccine advocates will then claim that unvaccinated people could be host to'mutations' that threaten herd immunity. The problem is that there is no evidence to support this argument. The vast majority of viruses tend to mutate into less deadly or infectious strains, not more deadly. The only mitigating factors would be if a virus was deliberately designed or engineered to mutate in an unnatural manner.
If a virus is able to mutate into a vastly different and more deadly strain that can attack vaccinated persons then the vaccine was never useful to begin with, and forced vaccinations are pointless. And if the vaccine is effective then there is simply no basis for the position that an unvaccinated person puts vaccinated people in danger."
Bob Livingston

"COVID-19 is an episode. It is a tragic reality for those who’ve died because of it or whose deaths were hastened by it. There is no NEW NORMAL. This epidemic is part of the old normal, and that has not changed. People who are adopting the idea of never returning to normal or the idea of a NEW NORMAL are playing into the hands of people like Gates. They’re trying to get inside your head. They want to advance their agendas. They want to control you.
We are going back to where we were, and we are going back soon. We are not waiting for some vaccine or other. Our lives do not depend on a vaccine rushed into production. We are not going to stay 6 feet apart and we’re not going to keep wearing masks. We are going back to where we were.
We are going to breathe life into liberty and give it new meaning. We are going to revive it, and we’re going to act like men, not wimps, and that expression takes in the strong females among us, of which there is no shortage. We are going to bear the risks of life. We are going to exercise our common sense and not be waiting for some cure dispensed by Fauci, Trump, Gates or anyone else."
Michael Rozeff

"Anthony Fauci and Deborah Birx, for starters, need to be called before Congress and investigated. I believe, along with others, they have committed crimes against humanity. It is only there motives we don't know. But they have created a massive amount of anxiety in the country for no reason, amidst other destruction."
Robert Wenzel

"Between felonious Pharma & captive CDC, vaccine skepticism should be at DEFCON 1."
Ernest Cooley

"Rejecting looting while advocating justice for someone who was murdered in slow motion on a city street is more mature than many in this country are prepared to pursue at this time, but the erosion of experts and the rise of individualism could turn this thing around in a big way.
This is a country of outcasts, refugees, weirdos and other assorted rabble each pursuing her or his particular preferences, most of whom would avoid encroaching on another’s tastes out of basic empathy; sociopaths worked to disallow that with the government & press providing the rationalization invoked by the public, but one thing is becoming clear: a growing segment of the populace isn’t having it.
It’s enough to make an tired soul smile."
Jim Lloyd

"The Mayor of Chicago has come out and bluntly stated that you have to eliminate the executive branch of government and move to a dictatorship in a legal sense where decrees are simply mandated with no choice. This is the road to totalitarianism where people will not even have a right to vote. I have warned that the left always turns to violence. They are never satisfied living in a free society for they just cannot sleep at night worrying that someone else has something they do not. This is simply where their logic has ALWAYS led throughout history without exception. They say good cannot exist without evil, for you would never be able to define 'good' without some comparison. This is the curse of humanity."
Martin Armstrong

"Governments rule by deception. Otherwise they could not rule at all. Governments use economic, social, moral and legal fictions to twist rational thought into self-sacrifice and the destruction of individualism. Men, by nature, do not willingly volunteer their property, their labor and their being into servitude. But they are manipulated by an esoteric system based upon word manipulation.
Governments are made up of corporate fictions or artificial persons. Therefore, the greatest enemy of government is the individual, and particularly the individualist. This sets up perpetual conflict and an ongoing effort of government to manipulate the individual against his best interest in favor of government and central authority. The ultimate goal of governments is to create nonpersons who are nothing more than chattels or merchandise 'for use in commerce'."
Bob Livingston

"The State acquires power at the expense of freedom, and because of its insatiable lust for power it is incapable of giving up any of it. The State never abdicates."
Frank Chodorov

"Men are qualified for civil liberty in exact proportion to their disposition to put moral chains upon their own appetites; in proportion as their love of justice is above their rapacity; in proportion as their soundness and sobriety of understanding is above their vanity and presumption; in proportion as they are more disposed to listen to the counsels of the wise and good, in preference to the flattery of naves.
'Society' cannot exist unless a controlling power upon will and appetite be placed somewhere, and the less of it there is within, the more there must be without. It is ordained in the eternal constitution of things, that men of intemperate minds cannot be free. Their passions forge their fetters."
Edmund Burke

"Part of the Orwellian PC trend in language is that you can no longer call something what it is. You have to make up a softer and less accurate description of who or what they are. You’re not allowed to offend bums, derelicts, or vagrants. Even though they are, by their very nature, offensive."
Doug Casey

"Men's and nations' finest hour consist of those moments when extraordinary challenge is met by extraordinary response. Hence in those darkest hours, we must light our individual candles rather than vying with others to call attention to the enveloping darkness. Our indignation about injustice should lead to illumination, for if it does not, we are only adding to the despair-and the moment of gravest danger is when there is so little light that darkness seems normal."
Neal A. Maxwell

"[Bernie] Sanders promises the killing virus of deep socialism. That’s what his 'political revolution' means. It’s across the board: economic, political, social and environmental. It affects every cell of the body. It affects every nook and cranny of our lives. It is the master. It as much as kills us because it kills our last remaining freedoms. Sanders is the death-dealer. He is the merchant of death. He is the satan posing as deliverer. He is the herald of evil, which always includes lying, non-being and the death of freedom. His socialist ideas suppress and kill the person and the creative being. They kill freedom, being and life."
Michael Rozeff

"If there is no struggle, there is no progress. Those who profess to favor freedom, and yet depreciate agitation, are men who want crops without plowing up the ground. They want rain without thunder and lightning. They want the ocean without the awful roar of its many waters. This struggle may be a moral one; or it may be a physical one; or it may be both moral and physical; but it must be a struggle. Power concedes nothing without a demand. It never did and it never will."
Frederick Douglass

"Absent the ability to cajole, fine, cage, maim and/or kill, how can government get the voluntary obedience of its citizens?  Would everyone pay the various levels of extortionate taxes imposed voluntarily?  Would they stop for those flashing lights for a speeding violation if compliance were not mandatory?  For without tax agents and police powers, no government would be capable of exacting obedience from the residents of their taxing jurisdictions.  Without regulatory or tax slavery, a government could not function…at all.  They are based on the threat or actual use of violence against EVERYONE.  Because if one, just one individual, (outside of the DC nomenklatura) got away with not paying taxes or obeying even the most banal of the tens of thousands of laws imposed year after year by the wise men appointed and elected above us, the system would collapse in weeks or months."
Bill Buppert

"One of the most popular critiques of our current economic system is its rabid consumerism-at-all-costs.
Unfortunately, the critics instantly attribute this directly to capitalism.
Capitalism, however, is simply the individual’s ability to enjoy the spoils of one’s own labor unimpeded (and unmanipulated) by the apparatus of the State. 
It’s a system which presupposes sovereignty of the individual and the freedom of choice.
Indeed, freedom allows people to choose gluttony, greed, and rabid consumerism, but freedom is not the cause of those things.
In fact, it’s often overlooked that free market capitalism cannot sustain itself without morality.
They go hand-in-hand. 
Freedom is a game of rewards and consequences. 
Sometimes, lady luck is not in your favor. 
Such is life. 
But most of the time, the scales of justice work fairly well. 
And bad decisions and intentions lead to unfortunate 'coincidences'."
Chris Campbell

"Secession today is not only viable, but also necessary in order to regain freedom for the individual. It would lead to actual freedom simply due to the fact that separating from the federal government would break the current command that exists in this central power, and would for all those participating, eliminate the central authority. Without the power to use its taxing "authority" and restrictive laws, the federal government would wither and die."
Gary D. Barnett

"The American public lost control of the federal government when the rights of secession and nullification were abolished in 1865.  John C. Calhoun was right when he explained in his 'Disquisition on Government' that a written constitution would never be enough to control and restrain legal plunder.  Some mechanism that could be utilized by the people of the free and independent states, organized in political communities, was necessary if the central government was to be the servant rather than the master of the people, he said.  Naturally, Calhoun is one of the most demonized political figures in American history by the American ruling class."
Tom DiLorenzo

"All government is authoritarian; and the more democratic a government is the more authoritative it is; for with the people behind it, it can push authority further than any Tsar or foreign despot dare do."
George Bernard Shaw

"The characteristic mark of the 'state of nature' is irreconcilable conflict. Each specimen is the rival of all other specimens. The means of subsistence are scarce and do not grant survival to all. The conflicts can never disappear. If a band of men, united with the object of defeating rival bands, succeeds in annihilating its foes, new antagonisms arise among the victors over the distribution of the booty. The source of the conflicts is always the fact that each man's portion curtails the portions of all other men. This is a dilemma that does not allow of any peaceful solution.
What makes friendly relations between human beings possible is the higher productivity of the division of labor. It removes the natural conflict of interests. For where there is division of labor, there is no longer a question of the distribution of a supply not capable of enlargement. Thanks to the higher productivity of labor performed under the division of tasks, the supply of goods multiplies. A preeminent common interest, the preservation and further intensification of social cooperation, becomes paramount and obliterates all essential collisions."
Ludwig von Mises

"If you would be a real seeker of truth, it is necessary that at least once in your life you doubt, as far as possible, all things."
René Descartes

"In the past, men were not disingenuous about their moves. Conquering was expected of kings and emperors. They did it for its own sake. Alexander didn’t really need Afghanistan. Today men have to speak of spreading democracy and human rights and overthrowing evil dictators. Like wind-up Victrolas they speak of duty, honor, country. They insist that war crimes are isolated incidents. In fact a war crime is business as usual that a reporter has heard about."
Fred Reed

"Before there were cops, there were Americans."
Heavily armed redneck helping to protect a business in lawless and criminal controlled Minneapolis 



Thursday, May 28, 2020

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 Head Quack Changes Mind

But the damage is done, and people will be suffering for years.

Will he and his henchmen be held accountable?

Regime Gives $500 Million Vaccine Contract to Failing Company

And they also seem to have a relationship with The Head Quack.


But hell, some good Ticktok videos came from them, right?


Expect to see a non-top scroll at the bottom of your TV screen showing the names of the dead.

And just how accurate is this list?


And my suspicions are confirmed- This disease in nothing new and has nothing to do with COVID.

The Fauci Fraud grows!


But you, lowly serf who truly serves mankind, are not worthy of such a designation.


Their alternative is to spend their made-up enemies “into oblivion”

That’s big talk from a bankrupt empire that just destroyed its own economy, don’t you think?



The war whores who profit are orgasmic with joy.

It looks like testing nukes will be his first move in an effort to destroy the planet.


And to those who have lost their jobs and businesses because of DC’s actions- tough luck. 

“Get on your knees and beg for another stimulus check!”


Thankfully, it looks the threats were just the usual prick waving…for now.


How much longer before an “accident” or false flag occurs?


Despite your dislike of this platform’s censoring, do you really want someone with this kind of power to set such a precedent?


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

Isn’t it time for Texians to practice “DC-distancing?”


Secession, anyone?


Sunday, May 24, 2020

Quotes of the Week


Enlightened insights taken from the past week’s reading:

"Most human beings still think like slaves.  Instead of asking questions or using critical thinking skills to ask if something is right before doing it, they simply obey perceived 'authority'.  The truth is, this lockdown is the fault of everyone who complied and everyone who used forced to exact revenge on those who disobeyed.  It was the same in all tyrannical takeovers in history.The mainstream media keeps blaming the economic devastation on the coronavirus, but it wasn’t the fault of a virus.  It was the fault of the government and the slave mentality of the police and the public willingly obeying their commands."
Mac Slavo

"Now with politicians wearing masks, they are embracing the bandits they really are."
David Mueller

"If there’s going to be a public health bureau, then there should be civilian control of the public health bureaucrats. Doctors shouldn’t be in control. They shouldn’t be making the strategic decisions. In cities, counties and states, public health personnel should not be making the strategic decisions. Their advice is one thing, their capacity to supply information is another thing, and their ability to carry out orders is a third thing, but the overall decisions should not be in their hands.
The natural next step is to realize that politicians are also prone to be strongly biased in their decisions and prone to extend their power into every nook and cranny of our lives. The current outbreak of government directives, rules and orders shows this clearly."
Michael Rozeff

"This is not Armageddon – the end of the world. This is just the end of the political system, and unfortunately, this Virus-Climate Change nonsense is deliberately trying to destroy the economy. They have no idea how to create the world they think needs to be created. They are ending Capitalism to be replaced with tyranny. They will not succeed, but this will come at the cost of blood in the streets which will vary depending upon where you are. The Midwest and the South will stand against California and New England – the stronghold of the Marxist believers."
Martin Armstrong

"Keep in mind, socialists are very clever operators. They will use any crisis, including the lockdown which is closer to socialist central planning than anything else, to promote their very shallow understanding of economics and societal organization.
They do, however, understand organizing to gain power, because power-seeking and the desire to rule over others is what they are all about."
Robert Wenzel

"Real laws are passed by Congress and state legislatures and are signed by chief executives.  NONE of the 'stay-at-home' orders are laws; they are the mere words of politicians and bureaucrats.  Nor are they based on “science.” In the true spirit of Abraham Lincoln, who arbitrarily redefined 'treason' from its Article 3, Section 3 definition of 'levying war upon' the free and independent states (which he was guilty of) to criticizing himself and his policies, the political class has not amended but simply redefined the Constitution to mean whatever words come out of either sides of their mouths."
Tom DiLorenzo

"We are definitely facing a horrible pandemic, but it is not due to any virus. The real pandemic is that the United States government and the enforcers for the controlling ruling class, are waging war on American citizens, and will not relent until the people themselves stop it. This totalitarian takeover will never cease by using the political system, as that corrupt system is why we are in this mess in the first place. A belief in nation instead of self led to nationalistic pride where none was deserved, and has brought complacency, weakness, and dependence on government, and left the people without the will to self rule. The result is obvious, but more than that, it is now fatally dangerous.
Freedom and independence can only be achieved and held by non-obedient, non-conforming individuals. Therefore, we must in order to defeat this criminal government force, become a nation of dissenters by not complying with any government order concerning this government created fake crisis."
Gary D. Barnett

"Fauci be not proud, though some have called thee
Mighty and dreadful, for thou are not so;
For those whom thou think’st thou dost overthrow."
Bill Bonner

"It is cage life – behind bars, in a fake nature – that the experts now offer. They will protect us from the virus by ordering us to stay home. And they will feed us with their fake money… like giving sawdust soup to prisoners of war.
Human life is necessarily a risky undertaking. From cradle to grave, we are always in danger – of losing the ones we love… losing our honor… losing our liberty… losing our money… losing our nerve… losing our dignity… and losing our place in Heaven. Losing our lives is inevitable… and the least of our worries.
Life always ends the same way: in death. The important thing is not to avoid it; that is impossible. Instead, the important thing is to accept the risks of real life… and to try to make the best of it…
…and when our time comes, not to whine and cower, but to die with grace and dignity. That is why pneumonia is called 'the old man’s friend.' It helps him into the grave, before he needs tubes and bedpans. That is also – at least, it appears to be – the charm of the C-virus. It is a friend to the old and infirm, not an enemy."
Bill Bonner

"Globally, about 400,000 people die from the common seasonal flu each year. And I doubt that the virus will even get that high – it’s just over 300,000 globally now, even though the numbers are being inflated for political reasons. It's a manufactured hysteria. The biggest one since the witch hysteria of the 17th century.
It's a convenient excuse for the collapse of the economy. The economy would have collapsed anyway, because of all the distortions caused by the State. But now, they can blame it on the virus. Now they can say it's really nobody's fault. It's not the fault of the government. It's not the fault of the Federal Reserve. It's just an act of God that came out of nowhere.
So this is perfect for the government. If I was them, I would look at this thing as manna from heaven. It's the best thing that's ever happened to them. Not to mention an excuse for a vast increase in State power. It’s better than 9/11, global warming, and the 2008 financial crisis combined."
Doug Casey

"The economic devastation from this unnecessary virus insanity has so structurally altered the economy that the Climate Changed advocates are throwing wild parties cheering the end of so many jobs. What they fail to understand is that these are people with families. The $1200 check will do nothing and the Democrats are only concerned about bailing out government worker pensions at the state and local levels. The rest of society is just collateral damage of no importance to get to ZERO CO2 for they are just the unwashed irrelevant people who have no human rights at stake in this monopoly game of power."
Martin Armstrong

"Americans should pause and reflect on the lies they are being sold. Masks are just a form of psychological manipulation. Many reputable physicians and scientists have said they are worthless and potentially harmful. Lockdowns are meant to condition people to obey without question. A nation of people who just do what they are told by the 'experts' without question is a nation ripe for a descent into total tyranny. This is no empty warning – it’s backed up by history. Time to stand up to all the petty tyrants from our hometowns to Washington DC. It is time to reclaim our freedom."
Ron Paul

"The lockdown is an attack on capitalism and freedom unprecedented in the world’s leading capitalist nation. It must stop and now or world economic and technological leadership will inexorably shift to communist China. And power in the US will shift toward socialism.
That’s not a computer model. That is the product of direct observation during six weeks of trips to China over the last year. People who imagine that the US can douse its economy for months on end without dire consequences need to look up from their computer screens and contemplate reality."
George Gilder

"Faced with a 17th-century plague, we are left to fall back mainly on the 17th-century response of quarantine and closing the theaters."
Matt Ridley

"I’m not going to have a 'Warp Speed'-rushed vaccine injected into my veins. 
Even if it’s called 'mandatory.'
It’s not a stretch to say nobody will truly know the long-term unintended consequences of the vaccine. 
Furthermore, I believe in the 'traditional' ethos of medicine: Right medicine, right person, right time. 
There’s no such thing, and never will be, a 'one-size-fits-all' solution to any crisis.
And the COVID-19 'pandemic' is certainly no exception to the rule. 
The line has been drawn: 
I’m not taking the vaccine…
I do not consent."
Chris Campbell

"At this point there are realistically two groups-- the human beings, and the house cats.
The human beings are sick and tired of these lockdowns. They understand that the world is a scary place, that there are risks. 
But they’re still willing to live their lives. 
It’s not about taking unnecessary risks or being reckless; they just want to be treated like human beings who are free to make their own decisions without insane government overreach
The other group just wants to be house cats. 
House Cats love being locked down and want more of it. They like government intervention. They love endless money printing and free benefits. They love being taken care of and suckling from the maternal teet of government. 
They love cowering in fear in their homes and being told what they can/cannot do. 
The biggest difference, though, is that Team House Cat thinks everyone else should live by their rules... and their hysteria.
Team Human thinks that everyone should be free to make their own decisions. Anyone who wants to stay home can stay home, nothing wrong with that. Anyone who wants to go out and take a risk should be able to go out and take a risk. 
But most governments are on the side of Team House Cat. And it’s probably going to stay that way for the foreseeable future."
Simon Black

"Seriously folks, if the panic mongers and coffin chasers had not held their daily public potlatch and caterwaul, no one would even have noticed a few hundred thousand line-jumping fogies in the global queue of life. And if they had not been locked in to their nursing homes and apartments, they would have done much better."
George Gilder

"Do not be fooled by the reopening. It is not real because it is not meant to last. It is a steam valve to calm public outrage and to condition us to periodic tyranny. The elites believe that we will eventually acclimate to lockdowns as long as we have a reopening to look forward to a couple of months down the road. They believe that our tendency to rebel will be suppressed by false hopes that the next reopening will be a permanent reopening. They believe that after 18 months or more of the wave model we will be so desperate for normalcy that we will do anything to get it, including willingly giving up every last ounce of freedom we have left. This is the true purpose of the pandemic."
Brandon Smith

"The Democratic states are refusing to open up when there is no real justification to keep their economies closed. What is really going on behind the curtain is a clever trick. The $1 trillion that Pelosi was stuffing in the Democratic Bill is money to bail out state and municipal governments which have been going broke because of their unfunded pensions.
The scheme is to crash their economies and then blame everything on the virus and then blame Trump for not bailing them out for the 2020 election. This is a very clever scheme being relayed in whispers from behind the curtain. They are using this virus as cover to bail out 70 years of fiscal mismanagement."
Martin Armstrong

"Propagandists know that a one-two punch of fear and then assurance works. Scare them with the virus, comfort them with togetherness.
But still, it’s a tough sell. It has legs for a while, but then the natives become restless, especially in the hinterlands. People who aren’t jammed together in big cities, who live in open spaces, tend to develop immunity to lies. Coiffed press hookers on television dispensing so-called news carry less punch. Farmers know if they can’t plant their crops on time, with workers side by side, they’ll go broke.
Generally speaking, people who don’t see other people who are sick, and don’t hear ambulance sirens, start wondering what’s happening.
Protests begin. Protests expand.
The fake night of obedience turns into the real day of rebellion.
It turns out that a story about an invisible virus isn’t quite the same as a line of enemy tanks approaching. All promoted wars are not equal.
Fauci knows this. Birx knows this. Bill Gates knows this. Mayors and governors know this. The CDC and WHO know this. They don’t really care whether you survive, but they know you care. So, for them, it’s a race against time. How long can they keep the lid on? How long can their preposterous messaging work?"
Jon Rappoport

"If you can influence the leaders, either with or without their conscious cooperation, you automatically influence the group which they sway. But men do not need to be actually gathered together in a public meeting or in a street riot, to be subject to the influences of mass psychology. Because man is by nature gregarious he feels himself to be member of a herd, even when he is alone in his room with the curtains drawn. His mind retains the patterns which have been stamped on it by the group influences."
Edward Bernays

"Although the coronavirus is indeed a pandemic, it is not different from any other scenario in which an individual must act. The individual must decide based on their own calculation of their cost versus benefit. Only each individual can know for themselves what decision is optimal for their risk preference and personal situation, not the government."
Edmund Shieh

"'Need' has long been a rhetorical garnish to justify the coercion of those who disagree about the extent of those needs. 'Essential' is just the latest version, with similar disabilities. And we must remember that the only way we can ultimately help individuals meet their needs and accomplish what they find essential, without infringing on others’ rights, is freeing them from the power others have to dictate to them, so they can make whatever voluntary arrangements satisfy them better. Government solutions that override voluntary arrangements cannot provide that as well, however many times we invoke the words 'need' and 'essential' as a smokescreen."
Gary Galles

"Rather than teach people to be more obedient to government in the future, this episode will turn out to be a great victory for all who value liberty. The ruling class of politicians and bureaucrats has overstepped its proper bounds, and this has reminded people that they have rights. A new energy of liberty will emerge. An entire old class of politicians is going to be dismissed from office. People have seen who they are and what they are, and they’re not going to want them around much longer. Even if they get re-elected, they are going to be targets for a long time to come.
This has been a case study in unsound government. This has been a loud alarm warning of the totalitarians in our midst and of the weaknesses in our system that allow a totalitarian order to be introduced."
Michael Rozeff

"Those who created this country chose freedom. With all of its dangers. And do you know the riskiest part of that choice they made? They actually believed that we could be trusted to make up our own minds in the whirl of differing ideas. That we could be trusted to remain free, even when there were very, very seductive voices—taking advantage of our freedom of speech—who were trying to turn this country into the kind of place where the government could tell you what you can and cannot do."
Nat Hentoff

"The elimination of government and tyranny, a stop to all the wars of aggression, of all the murders due to those heinous wars, and an end to the slavery by the state that exists in the United States today seem impossible, but is it? The ensuing freedom that would result from an end to this governing system is almost beyond imagination, and does appear to be elusive, but what if there were a way, a way that had been tried before and had been successful? That way is secession, and is exactly what the people did in order to form this country in the first place."
Gary D. Barnett

"The problem as I see it is that we’ve allowed ourselves to be persuaded that we need someone else to think and speak for us. And we’ve allowed ourselves to become so timid in the face of offensive words and ideas that we’ve bought into the idea that we need the government to shield us from that which is ugly or upsetting or mean.
The result is a society in which we’ve stopped debating among ourselves, stopped thinking for ourselves, and stopped believing that we can fix our own problems and resolve our own differences.
In short, we have reduced ourselves to a largely silent, passive, polarized populace incapable of working through our own problems and reliant on the government to protect us from our fears.
In this way, we have become our worst enemy."
John W. Whitehead

"Limited government is a quaint but lethal legal fiction, a chimera and a cruel and tempting illusion.  It is the same as a belief in unicorns.  Unless I fasten a narwhal tusk to a most displeased horse’s forehead, they have never existed nor ever will (barring genetic engineering advances).  Judging from the behavior of the Grand Old Politburo in the unholy corridors of power of DC, they should ditch the Gadsden and hoist a unicorn bedecked flag.
Political action will never reduce the size of government. The same as eradicating cannibals by eating them."
Bill Buppert

"The conscious and intelligent manipulation of the organised habits and opinions of the masses is an important element in democratic society. Those who manipulate this unseen mechanism of society constitute an invisible government which is the true ruling power of our country."
Edward L. Bernays

"Economists have long recognized division of labor, specialization, and complementary factors of production. They have recognized different groups with different tastes for goods. They have recognized people with different skills. None of this is what 'diversity' means today and what the coercive socialist slogan 'diversity is our strength' means. Today these are schemes to share wealth, redistribute wealth, gain positions without having the merit to occupy them, and create well-paid 'jobs' that are unproductive."
Michael Rozeff

"We have seen that if a government is not in a position to negotiate loans and does not dare levy additional taxation for fear that the financial and general economic effects will be revealed too clearly too soon so that it will lose support for its programme, it always considers it necessary to undertake inflationary measures. Thus inflation becomes one of the most important psychological aids to an economic policy that tries to camouflage its effects. In this sense, it may be described as a tool of anti-democratic policy. By deceiving public opinion, it permits a system of government to continue, which would have no hope of receiving the approval of the people if conditions were frankly explained to them."
Ludwig von Mises

"Party politics today is a race to the boxcars; first team there gets to make the other team ride."
Tamara Keel

"Demo-publicans tell Republi-crats to tear up their relief checks because it’s socialism. Republi-crats tell Demo-publicans they must tear up their relief check because Trump isn’t their president. There is one thing you can count on, when it comes to the issues, Pelosi and Trump stand together when it means destruction of the nation."
John Meyers

"Davos people see the common man as the real problem. And perversely, the common man believes what he’s told in the media—namely, that he is the problem. Pseudo science has become a new religion. It’s become a moral crusade against carbon, the one element that’s basic to all life; it’s now more hated than uranium, plutonium, or gold. Carbon is being pursued by a lynch mob of angry chimpanzees.
And leading the charge is Davos attendee Greta Thunberg. She’s emblematic of how thoroughly degraded this has become. Greta is a manufactured celebrity. She came out of nowhere last year; massive but completely undeserved media attention made her into one of the planet’s most famous people. It’s not just laughable, but amazing, that a high school sophomore—with no knowledge or experience—has become a world opinion leader."
Doug Casey

"A problem is that the poor ask, why do the financial classes get bailed out but main street gets pennies in comparison?  That sore point flushes out what America has become – – a fascist big-corporation, big banker run country.  The Federal Reserve, that has exclusive distributorship for money, offers 0% interest money to financial institutions now.  The financial classes can fail and just get government to bail them out – no risk, big gain.  So, the financial classes are just as much anti-American/ anti-competitive as the poor are willing to exchange freedom for security."
Bill Sardi

"The last for the state to conquer and force into the system is man. Man as a natural being must be transferred without his knowledge into a legal entity. This automatically cancels his natural rights and the human liberty we cherish.
The very first step is to change the natural word 'man' to the legal term 'person.' Man must cease to think of himself as man, a natural individual with inalienable rights. He must become a person, a legal fiction, an individual corporation. He then becomes a legal cog in the legal wheel. Natural rights give way to privilege granted by the state. What the state giveth, the state taketh and the state controls. Gradually, we are changed and transferred to nonpeople who automatically respond to the system."
Bob Livingston

"Taking the State wherever found, striking into its history at any point, one sees no way to differentiate the activities of its founders, administrators, and beneficiaries from those of a professional-criminal class."
Albert J. Nock

"The root of the evil is not the construction of new, more dreadful weapons. It is the spirit of conquest…. The main thing is to discard the ideology that generates war."
Ludwig von Mises

"It is curious that people tend to regard government as a quasi-divine, selfless, Santa Claus organization. Government was constructed neither for ability nor for the exercise of loving care; government was built for the use of force and for necessarily demagogic appeals for votes."
Murray Rothbard

"The truth can’t be told, It must be found. It must be discovered for yourself. That’s how you KNOW it. That’s what KNOWING is- you’ve experienced it and so you know if firsthand.
We’re training your brain right now. Getting new neural pathways to connect. Don’t just believe what others say (including me!); do your own research. Come to your OWN conclusions. Don’t listen to the mainstream narrative, write your own narrative. Use Discernment. Ask 'WHY?' Ask 'WHO benefits.' You are sovereign. You’re not a robot born to absorb whatever people tell you!"
Iamanna Wood

"Teddy Roosevelt said, 'Speak softly and carry a big stick.' but men who carry big sticks cannot speak softly. They always want to use the stick."
Fred Reed

"Noo Yawkers are repellent under the best of circumstances, but they’re absolutely intolerable now. Ah, Progressives! What a town of fatuous cowards, haters, and snitches you’ve spawned!"
Becky Akers

"This is all a big stage and God wants to see some people dance."
Alex Jones

Thursday, May 21, 2020

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 'Whistleblower'/Virus Scammer Pushing New Fear Porn

"You better listen to me and fellow 'experts,' or you’ll have a dark winter!"

Add “dark winter” to the growing lexicon from virus zombies.

Regime Loyalists Promote Communist Style Central Planning for Texas

It includes the predicted mass redistribution of wealth to the "medical industry"- our new gods.

Regime Gangsters Concerned More About Chinese Spying on You Than the Spying THEY Do

If DC gangsters are adept at any one talent, it is hypocrisy.


It will be harder to refuse the Gates Poison from an individual holding an automatic weapon.

And what exactly is meant by “distribute?”


Your DC Daddy shows his love while destroying the value of your dollar.


The $14 billion they gave out just a few weeks ago just…ain’t…enough!


Will this be before or after they grab your balls or fondle your breasts?

Count on this- Next up is nasal swabs…


That was reported here weeks ago, but it’s good to see the lamestream press finally coming around.


"If the 'most respected health care association in the country' thinks it is OK to use AI to monitor patients in real-time then America's hospitals have truly become real-time surveillance centers."


They let criminals out of jail, so the poor babies don’t get sick. So, it makes perfect sense to them to disarm you and put you in jail if you disobey.


He defends the warped, reality optional existence of mentally ill circus freaks.


As it is now, your information need only be “vaguely relevant” to be turned over to the Gestapo.


Apparently, not enough Americans are dying while under house arrest, so they need to kill some Africans the old fashioned way to satisfy their blood lust.


Starving sanctions will be next.


Add submarines to the list.

They’re “defending their interests,” which of course means they still want to rule the world.


The whores that build the satellites that spy on you are going bankrupt. We certainly can’t have that!


But he just doesn’t care:

"He [Jerome Powell] then acknowledges later in the interview– sure there will be consequences to all the debt and money printing, but we’ll worry about it later: 'This is not the time to prioritize that concern'."


Let the COVID-communist’s voting fraud begin!

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

Isn’t it time for Texians to practice “DC-distancing?”

Secession, anyone?


Sunday, May 17, 2020

Quotes of the Week


Enlightened insights taken from the past week’s reading:

"People, especially in desperate times, band together based on shared values and heritage, not naïve and ephemeral notions of a Star Trek future with the greater and greater flow of power away from individuals and towards giant bureaucracies that must come. This being the case, why shouldn’t states like Texas recognize that this is the time? Is the virus the catalyst for Texans to realize we may be better together, but apart from the union? It may be time for our leaders to cut their losses and cash in their chips. And if not now, when?"
Ryan Thorson

"So, what does our future hold if mass resistance is not forthcoming? This new SARS-related virus called Covid-19 was almost certainly created in a U.S. lab, and although not nearly as deadly as propagated by government and media, and in fact, most likely less dangerous than the common flu, it was the catalyst necessary to fool the people so as to gain control over large populations. This government has the ability to produce very dangerous biological weapons, and can produce at will any multitude of viruses that would be much more deadly than this one, and could do so without detection. With a second wave certainly coming, and if necessary, a third and fourth wave, what will be next? Will it be Covid, or something much worse? Will it kill just enough to continue the lockdowns, or will it be much more devastating the next time around? It is coming, and it is this writer’s opinion that this is leading to the end game, and will not go away, or be temporary, but will be taken as far as is necessary and possible in order for the ruling class to gain total control. There is little time left."
Gary D. Barnett

"The President declared himself dictator and said 'when somebody is president of the United States, the authority is total. And that’s the way it’s gotta be. It’s total.'
The Right cheered. The left sneered. If the rolls were reversed and a democratic president said this, an entire militia movement would have formed to institute an overthrow of the Offal Office, and the left would have defended unlimited executive power till the death. What’s new? Each faction has no issue with total power they just want to be the ones wielding it."
John Meyers

"Ever wonder why the US is illogically battling a virus that kills fewer people than TB?
Want to know why 1300 major corporate US CEOs took their payouts last year and resigned?
Why does America have a man with Alzheimer’s running for President?
Why do our leaders tolerate Dr. Anthony Fauci putting American shop and restaurant owners out of business when neither they or any of their customers are at significant risk for COVID-19 coronavirus killing them, ever?  Do we lockdown the population because some people die of the flu?
America is now living with many contradictions."
Bill Sardi

"A lot of humans around the globe have opened their eyes to what government has always been (power, consolidated, and corrupted. After all, it only took 6 years for the U.S. government to violate the basic human rights listed in the  Constitution that they wrote to 'keep us safe' from them), yet some think they need more chains and restrictions. If you give up power, in any amount, don’t expect to get it back. Ever. Which is why we could be seeing the beginning of the end of government.  It won’t take many more to wake up to eliminate the ruling class by disobeying."
Mac Slavo

"When Patrick Henry famously said 'give me liberty or give me death' in 1775, he didn’t add under his breath 'unless a virus shows up'."
Ron Paul

"This is a nursing-home disease. We need to shelter the appropriate people -- in other words, don't do what Andrew Cuomo did, and send COVID-positive patients into nursing homes.
The rest of us need to get our lives back.
The older folks I talk to are saying more and more: we don't even want you to do this! We're terrified of what's going to become of our grandchildren's futures if this is allowed to go on much longer.
We are living through the craziest moment in American history. It's not even close.
And we're getting a glimpse of how deranged, how detached from reality, how addicted to apocalyptic predictions, our neighbors are."
Tom Woods

"'Public health' is the health of the state and nothing else.  It is literally the reason why the phrase 'junk science' exists.  It is a tool that the old Soviet communists could have only dreamed of having."
Tom DiLorenzo

"There is absolutely nothing concerning those like Fauci and Gates that consists of honest charity or help for mankind. The kind of philanthropy practiced by Gates and his ilk is that of deception, for his desire to help people is just a cover for his real aspirations of money, power, and control. Philanthropy at this level is meant to achieve large-scale objectives, objectives that are aimed at the masses and allow for wealth transfer and control. There is a huge difference in heartfelt charity and large-scale philanthropy, and the latter is most always about sinister intent."
Gary D. Barnett

"The cost of an 0.0003% risk of dying from a coronavirus is costing you all your wealth and savings.  Unless you are Black, or reside in a nursing home, your chance of dying from the coronavirus is remote (0.00001 or 1 in 100,000).  But you must stay indoors, away from sunlight, and experience a decline in your immunity and develop mental depression from the lack of vitamin D, and the death count never goes down."
Bill Sardi

"The average age that people die from this disease is older than the average age people die."
Joe Rogan

"The coronavirus DID NOT cause an economic recession, the people who obeyed the commands of tyrants did. The coronavirus DID NOT cause food shortages, farmers who obeyed the commands of tyrants did.  The coronavirus DID NOT cause tyranny, the cops who followed orders to exact tyranny on the public did.  This all comes down to obeying.  The masters barked orders, and the slaves obeyed to their own detriment. If we ever hope to be free, we have to reject the slave mindset they have brainwashed all of us into."
Mac Slavo

"More than 100,000 Americans died in 1968 of – or with – the Hong Kong Flu. Why wasn’t the country 'locked down' then? Because the country wasn’t yet in the grip of a consolidated media – and pervasive instilled fear of risk – such that a bad flu season could be turned into a simulacrum of the Black Death in the minds of the population.
America was a sane country back then.
It is becoming insane. 
The Goebbelsian kernel of truth about the 'novel' Corona virus hyped to an extinction level threat terrorizes the suggestible and emotional – and makes it very difficult for the thoughtful and rational to be heard amid the manufactured hysteria."
Eric Peters

"And anyone who hasn’t been paralyzed in a skiing accident from the neck up knows that the usual suspects among the considerable communist intelligentsia in the US are secretly celebrating the deaths, unemployment, mass closures, bankruptcies and the whole gruesome spectacle of government utterly destroying the livelihoods and life achievements of millions of subjects on the tax plantation named America.
There is only one solution: refuse all government edicts and increase herd immunity at all costs. The more society becomes dependent on vaccines, the more society WILL become dependent on vaccines. We need to actually get rid of products that make us cleaner and more antiseptic to allow our immune systems to stay functional. It is, after all, additional sanitary conditions that led to the polio outbreaks in the late 1940’s and early 1950’s….the polio antibodies that had been transmitted from mother to child in utero were pretty much gone leaving that generation open for the outbreak."
Bill Buppert

"Humanity is finally moving in the right direction.  The last step is to just live.  Protesting is begging the master to let you be free.  Just live free. Don’t ask permission. Conduct your life as the free, sovereign human being you were born as, and let the ruling class panic. If you don’t buy their fear, they cannot control you. The fact that humans are finally realizing they had this power all along is incredible. Live your life your way! That’s the biggest middle finger we can give to any tyrant, whether it be a cop, a governor, a politician, an elitist, or anyone else who wants our compliance and enslavement. 
Freedom is not negotiable and rights are not gifts from governments or others.  We all have the basic human right to be free and live our life the way we see fit.  As more people realize this, our power grows and the mainstream media’s fear campaign fails. After all, if there are no order followers, there are no orders."
Mac Slavo

"Everyone needs to be aware that when politicians tell you they will use government power to solve a problem or problems and make your life better, what they're really telling you is your life and liberties are being further sacrificed to the collective.
There is nothing lawmakers love more than making laws, even when they know their laws won't accomplish their stated purpose. This is particularly true of those laws that take more authority for the state, or if they enrich the fascist system. For lawmakers, the 'unintended consequences' of their laws are just like gravy, because then they get to pass more laws to correct the unintended consequences. This, of course, leads to more 'unintended consequences' and the passage of more laws.
Understanding this simple fact is essentially to preserving liberty."
Bob Livingston

"Military-economic fascism, by empowering and enriching wealthy, intelligent, and influential members of the public, removes them from the ranks of potential opponents and resisters of the state and thereby helps to perpetuate the state's existence and its intrinsic class exploitation of people outside the state. Thus, military-economic fascism simultaneously strengthens the state and weakens civil society, even as it creates the illusion of a vibrant private sector patriotically engaged in supplying goods and services to the heroic military establishment."
Robert Higgs

"There was a massive surge of migrants to Europe in 2015. But that was, I believe, just an overture to what’s coming. What we’re talking about here is the migration of millions of people of different languages, different races, different religions, different cultures, and different modes of living. If you’re an alien and you’re 1 out of 100, or 1,000, or even 10,000, you’re a curiosity, an interesting outsider. And you’d have to integrate into the new society. But an influx of millions of migrants can only destroy the old culture. And guarantee antagonism—especially when the locals are forced to pay for it."
Doug Casey

"There’s an irony in the fact that Marx and Engels believed capitalism was necessary in order to create more wealth disparity.  That irony is that capitalism creates more wealth for those on the lowest rung of the income ladder than any other system, so income and wealth disparities, while interesting phenomena for academic eggheads to ponder, are pretty much irrelevant.  The only thing that’s relevant is how well off each individual is in absolute terms — not in comparison to others.
Without capitalism, prosperity for the masses cannot exist.  Likewise, without freedom, capitalism, by definition, cannot exist, because it is nothing more than a subcategory of freedom — the freedom to trade one’s goods, services, and labor with others without interference from government.  Plain and simple, capitalism is the purest form of freedom."
Robert Ringer

"Economists have long recognized division of labor, specialization, and complementary factors of production. They have recognized different groups with different tastes for goods. They have recognized people with different skills. None of this is what 'diversity' means today and what the coercive socialist slogan 'diversity is our strength' means. Today these are schemes to share wealth, redistribute wealth, gain positions without having the merit to occupy them, and create well-paid 'jobs' that are unproductive."
Michael Rozeff

"And yet we have what purports, or professes, or is claimed, to be a contract—the Constitution—made eighty years ago, by men who are now all dead, and who never had any power to bind us, but which (it is claimed) has nevertheless bound three generations of men, consisting of many millions, and which (it is claimed) will be binding upon all the millions that are to come; but which nobody ever signed, sealed, delivered, witnessed, or acknowledged; and which few persons, compared with the whole number that are claimed to be bound by it, have ever read, or even seen, or ever will read or see."
 Lysander Spooner

"You cannot have a government without willing or unwilling submission of the subjects to the will of the rulers.  There is no historical antecedent or precedent for a government ever staying within the confines of its originating power."
None.
Bill Buppert

"In any bureaucracy, the people devoted to the benefit of the bureaucracy itself always get in control, and those dedicated to the goals the bureaucracy is supposed to accomplish have less and less influence, and sometimes are eliminated entirely…. In any bureaucratic organization there will be two kinds of people: those who work to further the actual goals of the organization, and those who work for the organization itself. Examples in education would be teachers who work and sacrifice to teach children, vs. union representatives who work to protect any teacher including the most incompetent. The Iron Law states that in all cases, the second type of person will always gain control of the organization, and will always write the rules under which the organization functions."
Jerry Pournelle

"There is no honor in war, only hormonally mediated lunacy. Where is the honor in bombing cities, putting them to the sword, raping and looting?"
Fred Reed

"Technocrats, like everyone else, have their own ideologies, their own agendas, and their own interests. Often, their interests are greatly at odds with those of the general public that pays the technocrats' salaries and is subject to the technocracy's edicts.  The rise of technocracy has only meant that the means of influencing policy is now limited to a much smaller number of people—namely those who are already influential and powerful in the halls of government. Technocracy seems less political, because the political wrangling is limited to what used to be called 'smoke-filled rooms.' That is, technocracy is really a sort of oligarchy, although not limited to the financially wealthy. It's limited to people who went to the 'right' schools or control powerful corporations such as Google or Facebook, or work for influential media organizations. It's branded 'nonpolitical,' because ordinary voters and taxpayers are excluded from even knowing who is involved or what policies are being proposed. In other words, technocracy is government by a small exclusive club. And you ain't in it."
Ryan McMaken

"The question seemingly always raised is that the idea of true freedom sounds good, but how do we do it? What is the single plan to fix everything? Obviously, there is not one answer or any legitimate short answer to this question, and those that ask it, are usually not really interested in real freedom in the first place. In fact, most people do not want the responsibility of freedom, and that makes the government’s job easy, because as a rule, the only thing required by the state to keep the apathetic public at bay, is to offer them safety and benefits. They are happy to remain slaves, so long as they can get the things they want without much effort, and can through their proxy government, use others to gain for themselves."
Gary D. Barnett

"The problem with wars, beyond all the death and destruction, is that they are seldom fought for the reasons that governments claim. In most cases, there is an underlying agenda which the public may or may not discover many decades later, and such agendas are not for our benefit. Wars rarely erupt over mere circumstance. Wars are rarely random.
War is a tool for social engineering because war creates crisis for the unprepared masses, and as the unprepared scramble for safety, the state can institute authoritarian powers they never could have asserted in peacetime. Not only this, but in our modern era over the past century there has been a distinct pattern following the aftermath of each war in which power and governance are centralized. Every time disaster strikes, the proposed solution is global government. You would think the political elites would offer some new ideas after 100 years... but no, they only have one idea that they try to sell to us relentlessly."
Brandon Smith

"Only a group that can count on the consent of the governed can establish a lasting regime. Whoever wants to see the world governed according to his own ideas must strive for domination over men’s minds. It is impossible, in the long run, to subject men against their will to a regime that they reject."
Ludwig von Mises

Thursday, May 14, 2020

Watch this Before It’s Censored


And make sure to make yourself a copy before it is.

Take a break from the scam-demic madness and listen to some Texas common sense.


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 Virus Gestapo to Continue ‘Indefinitely’

They’ve been so successful at convincing American slaves their scam-demic is legitimate, why would they disband? They want to see what other tyrannical actions they can get away with.

Regime’s Airport Goons Hoard Masks

Even though their passenger traffic is down 95%...

Regime Communists Want to Give Everyone $2000/Month

But only until the scam-demic is over. Which is…never.


I’ll make sure to reserve a spot for him on the same gallows that hangs Bill Gates.


Prepare for a knock at the door from “eligible entities.”

And they’ll have “injection devices” just for you!


More bailouts and favors for those considered “essential, “front line heroes,” snail mailers, and wealthy donors and bribers.


You’ll have to read it to believe it.


By all means, bring in lots of diseased parasites to keep the scam-demic going!


He probably wants to hire them. Or were they already in his employ?


He considers it “very insulting” that representatives of the people would limit his power to make war.


The largest military in the world claims there is a “missile gap.”

And these new missiles will be a nice complement to the Regime’s prick waving bombers.


You’ve all seen it done your entire lives. Now you’ve heard the soundtrack.


They haven’t threatened Russia in that particular sea since the 1980’s.

This complements The Regime’s “quagmire creating” in Syria.


It increased by more that a trillion dollars in just 28 days.


I guess it’s a stimulus to not bother looking for work. Your DC Daddy will take care of you.


That’s 1000 new tyrants created to loot and rule you. That’s 1000 new thugs to arbitrarily declare you and your work as “non-essential.”

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

Isn’t it time for Texians to practice “DC-distancing?”


Secession, anyone?