Monday, February 27, 2012

A ‘Symbol Minded’ Veteran

In one of his routines, legendary comic George Carlin spoke about the silliness of revered symbols  (at 4:55 on the video) and referred to those who exhibited such behavior as “symbol-minded people.” He explained how people wasted time and effort concerning themselves with idiotic symbols- whether it be their use, misuse, or abuse.

A real life example of such a person can be found in Rockwall, TX where at least one citizen/slave is upset that a flagpole flying the US flag at the county courthouse is now five feet shorter than when it was installed.

"It makes my blood boil," says retired US Army Lt. Col. Tom Galli. "It's as if someone came out here with a can of spray paint and sprayed it all over the wall." Galli claims that shortening the pole desecrates “the flag he defended and others died for.” Apparently, civilization has still not advanced to the point that people find it ridiculous that anyone would defend, let alone martyr themselves, to “defend” a piece of cloth. Even defending what this flag represents (US imperialism) is a hard argument to sell among rational folk.

Mr. Galli represents well the skewed thought pattern and childish priorities of the “symbol-minded.” His concern revolves around a pole flying a colored rag that is now five feet shorter (horrors!) yet seems not to notice that the sky where this rag is flying (check the news image) is full of poisonous chem-trails from state sponsored aerosol spraying, spreading poisonous aluminum oxide, strontium, barium and even salts, polluting our soils, water and bodies- and all of it, of course, discharged by the nation state that is represented by the flag for which he has such a religious affection for!

That fact is not even on the radar for such a pitiful, brainwashed loyalist. Realistically, trying to explain such an ironic truth to the likes of Mr Galli would be wasting breath. Pointing out the foolishness of his position, considering these facts, would be met with the empty stare characteristic of one who has suffered a lifetime of mind destroying indoctrination. He has been taught to value meaningless, trite, nonsense while blissfully ignoring realities that threaten his very existence. I’m afraid pity towards Mr. Galli would be the only reasonable reaction- and concern for the future when remembering that he represents, to people considered "mainstream," as normal, “patriotic,” and a reputable member of the voting force which empowers the state’s rulers.

Sunday, February 26, 2012

Quotes of the Week

From the Light:
“The State is not society, but the Collectivist looks to the State as the source of social justice. Social justice can only be found in one place, and that place is within society. The State does not know what justice is, because it is founded in injustice; it is founded in immorality and deceit. Putting power into the hands of a few, and excluding them from the morality pool will never deliver justice; it has never delivered justice. It is irrational to expect moral ends from immoral means. This is the reason for the continuous failure of the State, and it will continue until this truth is realized. Sadly, the Collectivists that believe this strongly in the State will not stop until they are shot in the head with bullets they paid for by guns that they advocated for.”
Chris Dates

“Seriously perverted and otherwise motivated elements feel they need to control and steer and harvest the energies of everyone else. Natural law and order are anathema to them. They’ve decided for some insane, occult reason, that humanity is diseased with its own ‘naturalness’ and needs to be corralled, cleansed, modified and even ‘maintained’ at certain population levels. Their self-styled, cold so-called intellectual prowess dictates a world with the ‘illuminated’ man taking the earth-bound masses into a utopia designed by these self-appointed elites, for these same elites, and with them in absolute power over a populace enthralled with its very enslavement.”
Zen Gardner

“Society is not waiting for the politicians. When you listen to what they say, when you watch what the bureaucrats do, when you look at what the agencies are regulating, you suddenly realize that the political monstrosities that burden the world are hopelessly out of touch with the kind of progress that people are experiencing in their daily lives now.”
Jeffrey Tucker

“Perhaps future historians will conclude that democracy once served the interests of money in order to break free of the power of kings, aristocracy, and government predations, but as money established control over governments, democracy became a liability. Historians will speak of the transition from the divine right of kings to the divine right of money.”
Paul Craig Roberts

“Democracy, which I consider to be the first step or beginning of socialism, thrives on propaganda, and uses this propaganda to indoctrinate the people. Once this indoctrination is complete, totalitarianism is the end result, and then propaganda is replaced by the razor’s edge of the state’s sword. This is our lot today.”
Gary D. Barnett

“The intuitive mind is a sacred gift and the rational mind is a faithful servant. We have created a society that honors the servant and has forgotten the gift.”
Albert Einstein

“The defining characteristic of The United States (singular, post 1865) both externally and internally, is that it never leaves anyone be. It is not enough to leave others alone, to live one’s life in peace. Individually or internationally. One must conform, submit – and obey.
To the Master Culture.”
Eric Peters

“Beneath the governmental machinery, in the shadow of political institutions, out of the sight of statesmen and priests, society is producing its own organism, slowly and silently; and constructing a new order, the expression of its vitality and autonomy, and the denial of the old politics, as well as of the old religion.”
Pierre-Joseph Proudhon

“By allowing some the ability to commit violence without consequence for the sake of ‘solving problems,’ we are simply setting a standard that problems actually can be solved with violence. On the other hand, if we hold everyone to the same standard of non-violence and handle disputes on a case by case basis, we will actually be encouraging peaceful interactions. Without the nebulous justifications of the state to fall back on, everyone would be forced to rely on their own conscience to make decisions and they would actually be held personally responsible for their actions.”
J. G. Vibes

“Economics is very different in the hands of the Austrian tradition. It is something with powerful explanatory power that deals with the rise and fall of whole civilizations. It deals with gigantic issues and the smallest possible personal issues. It provides a window for looking at the world with intelligence and realism. And though science itself is value free, its practitioners never are. They bring the values of peace, prosperity, and freedom to the mix, and provide us with a beautiful vision of life itself.”
Lew Rockwell

“When people talk about the importance of democracy, it is never democracy as it has ever actually functioned, with the politicians that have actually been elected, and the policies that have actually been implemented. It is always democracy as people imagine it will operate once they succeed in electing ‘the right people’ – by which they mean, people who agree almost completely with their own views, and who are consistent and incorruptible in their implementation of the resulting policies. This is what allows an intelligent group of people to espouse mob rule as a desirable principle, even as they simultaneously commit acts that brand them as criminals worthy of imprisonment under the very social system they maintain.”
Ben O’Neill

“In making all of its wars, military and social, the American leadership regards people as mere names and numbers, mere parts of a social puzzle that can be moved around and manipulated at their will. This is a wrong idea in practice and it is a wrong idea morally. It is at root immoral, since it is anti-person and anti-humanity. America’s leaders do not see their wars in that way.”
Michael S. Rozeff
From the Darkness:
“I believe there are ways to get weapons to the [Syrian] opposition without direct United States involvement. The Iranians and the Russians are providing Bashar Assad with weapons. People that are being massacred deserve to have the ability to defend themselves.”
So I am not only not opposed, but I am in favor of weapons being obtained by the opposition.”
John McCain, looking to kill again in your name

“In a country increasingly separated by cultural chasms—Christian conservatives vs. secular humanists; Tea Partiers vs. Occupiers—should we really encourage children to trust only their parents or those hand-selected by them, and to mistrust civic life and public institutions?”
Dana Goldstein, arguing against home schooling. [Answer: Yes! Yes! Yes!]

"Low-income kids earn higher test scores when they attend school alongside middle-class kids, while the test scores of privileged children are impervious to the influence of less-privileged peers. So when college-educated parents pull their kids out of public schools, whether for private school or homeschooling, they make it harder for less-advantaged children to thrive."
Dana Goldstein, encouraging you to keep you kids in government “schools” for the good of the collective

"They're watering down the term of what a true hero is these days. I thought it was offensive to every family's fallen solider out there, and it cheapens the meaning of lowering the flag."
John Burri, father of a U.S. military murderer, objecting to New Jersey's flying the state flag at half-mast in honor of the late Whitney Houston [Mr. Burri, I don’t think the “meaning” of your rag can be cheapened any more after decades of suffering state thugs like your son.]

"We stand today at the symbolic crossroads of our nation's history, and all around us are monuments to those who have sustained us over the years in word or deed, the towering presence of the great emancipator [Lincoln] who secured our union at the moment of its most perilous time."
Sarah Palin, celebrating Lincoln’s terrorism in a “President’s Day” message

“Ronald Reagan was courageous enough to go out and speak out about the forces of evil, not just around the world but, by the way, in this country. … Why? Because America stands for something. We stand for goodness, we stand for freedom, we stand for human rights, we stand for the dignity of every human person. That is who we are.”
Rick Santorum, candidate for US Dictator [Tell that to the millions around the world that you’ve murdered and to your own people who you have abused and murdered.]

“The Police Department goes where there are allegations, and they look to see whether those allegations are true. That’s what you would expect them to do. That’s what you would want them to.”
New York City mayor Michael R. Bloomberg, defendeding the New York Police Department’s monitoring of the Web sites of Muslim student groups at more than a dozen universities across the Northeast, framing the effort as one way to guard against the threat of terrorism.

"There will be increasingly capable opposition forces. They will from somewhere, somehow, find the means to defend themselves as well as begin offensive measures."
Queen Hillary, preparing us for involvement in still another civil war

"The pressure will build on countries like Russia and China because world opinion is not going to stand idly by. Arab opinion is not going to be satisfied watching two nations, one for commercial reasons one for commercial and ideological reasons, bolstering a [Syrian] regime that is defying every rule of modern international norms."
Queen Hillary [Of course, Queeny, the nation state/criminal syndicate you represent would never consider committing such heinous behavior.]

“But if I were a betting person for the medium term and certainly the long term, I would be betting against Assad."
Queen Hillary [Her Majesty has spoken. Assad is a dead man. Remember, Her Highness make the exact same prediction about Gaddif.]

"It's important that we not be bystanders during these extraordinary events. We are going to continue to keep the pressure up and look for every tool available to prevent the slaughter of innocents in Syria."
B. Obama, looking to get in on the “slaughter” fun

"We will encourage the international community to impose further sanctions, including travel bans and asset freezes, on people inside and outside the TFG [Somalia’s Transitional Federal Government who seek to undermine Somalia's peace and security or to delay or even prevent the political transition."
Queen Hillary, encouraging fellow state gangsters to spread more misery among the human livestock

“I think Iran deserves to be annihilated,. I think they’re lunatics. I think they’re evil.”
Tucker Carlson

"Belligerents who also happen to be U.S. citizens do not enjoy immunity where non-citizen belligerents are valid military objectives."
J. C. Johnson, Defense Department general counsel, arguing that US citizens accused of having ties to “terror” groups can legitimately be targeted for assassination

“I don’t see the government holding a gun to my head to pay taxes.”
Michael Steele, former RNC chairman, speaking with his head up an elephant’s ass

Saturday, February 25, 2012

How One Day Can Change a Life

I highly recommend viewing these two InfoWars videos interviewing Kurt Haskell. Kurt and his wife were on the plane during the infamous “Underwear Bomber” incident on Christmas Day, 2009. Thanks to Kurt, we now know the “terrorist” was placed on the plane by the US Government. If you’re not already familiar with the details, this video will be beneficial- though I do also recommend you view all Alex Jones’ interviews with Kurt and read material written by him about his experience.

What most impressed me about this particular interview is how just one experience on one day of Kurt’s life has totally radicalized his view of government and awakened him to the uncomfortable reality that his government is truly a band of renegade criminals. Many of us come to this realization gradually (like yours truly) but some have an overnight epiphany that awakens them suddenly from their open-eyed slumber. Such is the case with Kurt.

Whatever your case, I implore you to help others awaken, as Kurt had done so effectively. Whatever your talent, use it to spread the message of liberty to others. Explain how liberty is their birthright as sovereign, free born individuals and not to tolerate any threats against that birthright by depraved, greedy, gangster sociopaths.

Sunday, February 19, 2012

Quotes of the Week

Quotes of the Week:
"War does not persist because human beings are flawed or unenlightened, or even because we are violent or hate each other. Even if all of this is true about us, it does not explain war. War is not just another form of violence. It is the institutionalization of unrestrained violence with no meaningful accountability for those who inflict it."
Bretigne Shaffer

“The political left, in short, is still brain-locked in the outdated 19th Century concept of class warfare between business and labor. But the real class war today is government vs. people.
America is an anti-freedom corporatist-statist empire in which the class of beings who posses political clout and political connections ride roughshod over those who have neither.”
Garry Reed

“War creates an enemy that must be extinguished by government force. The more broadly defined the enemy is, the bigger the government's role becomes in eradicating it. And when the government wages war against anything, it's a cycle that's nearly impossible to stop. The government creates new agencies, and staffs them with union jobs that depend on never actually winning the wars, but rather only perpetuating them.”
Eric Blair

“Liberty, then, is the sovereignty of the individual, and never shall man know liberty until each and every individual is acknowledged to be the only legitimate sovereign of his or her person, time, and property, each living and acting at his own cost.”
Josiah Warren

“The single despot stands out in the face of all men, and says: I am the State: My will is law: I am your master: I take the responsibility of my acts: The only arbiter I acknowledge is the sword: If anyone denies my right, let him try conclusions with me.”
Lysander Spooner

“The slave master owns a chattel slave, and this slave gives birth. Does the master automatically have the consent of the child? How is this any different than our situation? Because there is some parchment protected in a glass case that begins with WE THE PEOPLE? Apparently, in the minds of the slaves, this changes the morality of it all, and now it’s not slavery; it’s democracy, the pinnacle of human government. When consent is used in the context of sexuality, we are all very clear on what consent means, but this concept is lost on the masses when used in the context of government. We should be thankful that consent has still retained its original meaning when speaking of sexual matters, otherwise there could be no rape; just a little rough sex.”
Chris Dates

“The great non sequitur committed by defenders of the State, including classical Aristotelian and Thomist philosophers, is to leap from the necessity of society to the necessity of the State.”
Murray Rothbard

“The United States has a long and healthy history of entrepreneurial disobedience. You can easily say that the individualistic rejection of force in the marketplace was one of the only real mechanisms of ‘checks and balances’ that actually worked against government."
Brian Anderson

“Liberty in a democratic State will never be achieved while the people living in that State will not tolerate other people's choices. If the people believe that property rights can be abrogated due to race or gender or sexual orientation or age or any reason that simply offends someone somewhere, freedom has no chance. While most people do not have a systematic philosophical view of freedom, they understand enough to see the potential results. And many of them simply do not like what they see.”

“One does not become enlightened by imagining figures of light, but by making the darkness conscious.”
Carl Jung

“We must literally BE from the future – retrieving a higher order of self that does not recreate the past. We must resist the death throes of our old institutions, even while we flow towards our new ones. We must bow humbly to our ancestors and their echoes of pain, include the injustice of the present, and embrace the uncertainty of our Great Transition.”
Ian MacKenzie
From the Darkness:
“Were the MeK (MKO) to play the critical role in derailing an Iranian bomb, it would be far more deserving of a Nobel Peace Prize than a certain president of the United States we could mention.”
From a New York Post editorial, suggesting that the Iranian terrorist group, that is assassinating Iranian nuclear scientists, (with the backing of the Israeli government and the blessing of the United States government) should win the Nobel Peace Prize.

“We need a global minimum tax so that people have the assurance that nobody is escaping doing their fair share….
The President is looking for shared sacrifice."
Gene Sperling, White House National Economic Council

“The notion is we’re in a new world. [T]he idea is to have some flexibility to support everything from Tunisia, to support areas like potentially in Egypt and in areas where things are changing every day, in Syria … the world is evolving as we see it, and we felt it was important to have a pool of money.”
Deputy Secretary of State Thomas Nides, commenting on the Obama Regime’s request for a “slight increase” in funding for the State Department and foreign aid next year.

“We understand this is a difficult fiscal climate, but any further trimming of these core accounts [foreign aide] is counterproductive and impedes our efforts to build more self-sufficient populations.”
Samuel Worthington, president of InterAction, promoting the false meme that foreign aide helps anyone

“One of the things I will talk about that no president has talked about before is I think the dangers of contraception in this country, the whole sexual libertine idea... It's not okay because it's a license to do things in the sexual realm that is counter to how things are supposed to be. They're supposed to be within marriage, for purposes that are, yes, conjugal... but also procreative.

I'm not running for pastor, but these are important public policy issues.”
Rick Santorum, candidate for US Dictator and lifestyle commissar

“I voted for Barack because he was black. ’Cuz that’s why other folks vote for other people — because they look like them.
That’s American politics, pure and simple. [Obama’s] message didn’t mean [bleep] to me. In the end, he’s a politician. I just hoped he would do some of what he said he was gonna do. I know politicians say [bleep]; they lie. ’Cuz they want to get elected.”
Samuel L. Jackson, in his own way, explaining why democracy is a horrible means of governance

"We're through with political bullies coming between women and their health care.”
Cecile Richards, president of Planned Parenthood [Cecile, “bullying” is your ONLY means of action.]

“Ron Paul tries to sell the idea that there is one firm definition of the word “liberty.” But liberty for one person is tyranny for another. To understand this conflict, consider an example regarding Paul’s stance against civil rights. Imagine that Libertarianism becomes the law of the land. Once that law is passed it becomes the mandate of the state to enforce it. Let’s say there is a restaurant, and the owner doesn’t want to serve a certain type of person. Let’s say green people. And let’s say the restaurant has a sign that makes this clear. No green people. As a Libertarian, that is now the restaurant owner’s right, and that right is backed by the power of the state.”
Sid Davis,, ignorant to the fact that libertarianism is not enforced by the state

Sunday, February 12, 2012

Quotes of the Week

From the Light:
“That moral sense whose supremacy will make society harmonious and government unnecessary is the same moral sense which will then make each man assert his freedom even to the extent of ignoring the state -- is the same moral sense which, by deterring the majority from coercing the minority, will eventually render government impossible. And as what are merely different manifestations of the same sentiment must bear a constant ratio to each other, the tendency to repudiate governments will increase only at the same rate that governments become needless.”
Herbert Spencer

“The real threat to the State that is enough of its citizens come to agree with the extremists, the State's power will collapse. The State does not have the resources to coerce everyone into obedience. If enough people stop paying taxes, if enough people ignore its regulations, if enough people cease to grant the State legitimacy, its power will end. And State agents are terrified of this outcome.”

“If governments lacked the power to compel obedience, they would cease to be governments. No matter how liberal, there's always a point at which it comes down to force – especially if anyone tries to opt out and live by their own rules. Even if people try that in the most peaceful and harmonious way with regard to their neighbors, the state cannot allow separatists to secede. The moment it grants that right, every different religious, political, social, or even artistic group might move to form its own enclave, and the state disintegrates. I'd say that’s wonderful – for everybody but the parasites who rely on the state – which is why secession movements always become violent.
I'm actually mystified at why most people not only just tolerate the state, but seem to love it. They're enthusiastic about it.”
Doug Casey

"By giving the government unlimited powers, the most arbitrary rule can be made legal; and in this way a democracy may set up the most complete despotism imaginable."
Friedrich Hayek

“People no longer live in large wild settings, but amid malls and freeways. The ancients believed that the earth was the center of the cosmos. We believe that we are. There is little to suggest otherwise in manicured suburbs and cities where the sirens will be howling at all hours. It is an empty world that begets philosophically empty thinking.”
Fred Reed

“Constitutions are not voluntary contracts that people agree to. If you happen to disagree with being robbed at the point of a gun, you have no recourse other than to die at the hands of an army of costumed men defending your property from them. Either you pay or you can resist and die. Why anyone would want to support a document that legitimizes this situation is beyond me.
Constitutions are documents created by powerful people who seek to acquire and legitimize more power unto themselves. Constitutions legitimize mass theft, extortion, war and other heinous crimes against humanity. Constitutions centralize power. Constitutions violate the non-aggression principle as they are imposed upon everyone regardless of their consent.”
Michael Suede

“Don’t be fooled. Your “religion”, your supposed faith, your “beliefs” are what you live. Screw the phony ethereal mental crap. It’s you. What you do, what you stand for, what you live, and what you help propagate. It’s where your time, energy and intention goes."
Zen Gardner

“To believe that war can ever be ‘good’ is to believe not only that the academic hypotheticals are accurate representations of the real-world conflict and that violence is always the only solution, we must also believe in lies that are deeply ingrained in most of our psyches. One of the most pernicious of these, one that persists in the face of centuries of evidence to the contrary, is that governments act in the interests of the people they govern.
Until anti-war activists begin to comprehend the danger inherent in granting a monopoly to a single entity to ‘protect’ and ‘defend’ – until they learn not to expect anything other than abuse of such a position – they will remain impotent in the face of the war machine.”
Bretigne Shaffer

“We use the word ‘war’ too much today, and we fear its ‘power’ perhaps more than we should. Wars are just the wasteful, deadly and destructive spasms of fearful kings and dictators, created largely by the laziness and greed of those who control and drive the overweening state. Conservative and Progressive alike, the so-called left and the presumed right, those who love the Constitution as God’s inspired guidance and those who believe as Lysander Spooner did, that it is no law at all – all of these believers should boldly hold state war in profound contempt.
As we treasure peace, freedom, and self-ownership, community and family, we should not teach our children to revere state war, and to become patriotic robots and passive foot-soldiers of a lying, corrupted, and spendthrift government. Instead of studying the histories of wars, written by the surviving governments, we should, through example and practice, teach our children the art of resistance to evil, the power of peaceful rebellion against tyrants, and the current and very real possibilities of political and personal renewal.”
Karen Kwiatkowski
From the Darkness:
"I have determined that additional sanctions are warranted, particularly in light of the deceptive practices of the Central Bank of Iran and other Iranian banks to conceal transactions of sanctioned parties, the deficiencies in Iran's anti-money laundering regime and the weaknesses in its implementation, and the continuing and unacceptable risk posed to the international financial system by Iran's activities."
Statement from the Obama Regime, ordering new U.S. sanctions on the government of Iran, including the Central Bank

“Once they [Iran] have a nuclear weapon, let me assure you, you will not be safe, even here in Missouri. These are folks who have been and are at war with us since 1979. This is a country that has killed more troops in Afghanistan and Iraq than the Iraqis and Afghans.”
Rick Santorum, candidate for US Dictator

“I don’t think that Israel has made a decision on what they need to do [regarding Iran]. We are going to make sure that we work in lockstep, as we proceed to try to solve this — hopefully, diplomatically.”
B. Obama [This “lockstep” is the true Axis of Evil that can destroy the world.]

“The United States is disgusted that a couple of members of this council continue to prevent us from fulfilling our sole purpose. For months, this council has been held hostage by a couple of members, delaying and stripping bare any text to force [Syrian President] Assad to stop his actions."
US Ambassador Susan Rice, objecting to Russia and China vetoing a UN Security Council resolution on Saturday calling for Syrian President Bashar Assad to resign [It would be interesting to see Rice’s reaction to anyone calling for her boss to resign.]

"No one should live below a certain income level. Everyone should be able to access at least basic health services, primary education, housing, water, sanitation and other essential services."
Milos Koterec, President of the Economic and Social Council of the United Nations, calling for a new world tax to fund social protection.

"There are many different options as to how we can do that [help the Syrian people under attack by their government]. There are the early beginnings of a civil war taking place in Syria. And if the government is going to kill randomly, people deserve the right to defend and fight for themselves. Syria is not Libya. But nobody should interpret that statement to suggest that it means that Syrian leaders can rely on the notion that they can act with impunity and not expect the international community to assist the Syrian people in some way."
Sen. John Kerry, looking to involve his subjects in still another civil war

"We thought it was important to increase the visibility of the threat with state and local law enforcement."
Stuart McArthur, deputy assistant director in the FBI's counterterrorism division, commenting on a warning by the FBI that people who “refuse to pay taxes, defy government environmental regulations and believe the United States went bankrupt by going off the gold standard” should be considered potential, violent extremists” [It’s official- if you understand the truth about the US Regime, you are a dangerous extremist.]

“You think about an Iranian nuclear weapon. You think about the dangers, to Cleveland, or to Columbus, or to Cincinnati, or to New York. Remember what it felt like on 9/11 when 3,100 Americans were killed. Now imagine an attack where you add two zeros. And it’s 300,000 dead. Maybe a half-million wounded. This is a real danger. This is not science fiction. That’s why I think it’s very important that we have the strongest possible national security.”
Newt Gingrich, candidate for US Dictator, proving once again he is a total wack job

"I was. I was the perfect candidate. America had their chance with the perfect candidate."
Michele Bachman, when asked which of the remaining GOP candidates was the most conservative. [Time to go back your rubber room, Michelle.]

“Savage, despicable evil. That's what we were fighting in Iraq. That's why a lot of people, myself included, called the enemy ‘savages.’ There really was no other way to describe what we encountered there.
People ask me all the time, 'How many people have you killed?' My standard response is, ‘Does the answer make me less, or more, of a man?’
The number is not important to me. I only wish I had killed more. Not for bragging rights, but because I believe the world is a better place without savages out there taking American lives. Everyone I shot in Iraq was trying to harm Americans or Iraqis loyal to the new government.”
Former Navy SEAL sniper Chris Kyle [“Savages?” Just who was the aggressive invader in this encounter?]

Monday, February 6, 2012

Why Should I Believe Liars?

Alex Ansary reports on a recent outreach by some liberty loving individuals in Dallas, TX, educating passersby about the NDAA Act:

Ignore these lying, two-faced soldier boys who claim to have taken an “oath” to “defend” a Piece of Paper. They work for, get paid by and take orders from the very state that oppresses you. Why should you believe them? These misleading mercenaries want to have it both ways- keep drawing the sweet pay and benefits from serving in the state’s praetorian guards but still claim to be a liberty loving individual. How can they “defend” this Piece of Paper while at the same time murdering foreigners in illegal wars of empire, thereby violating the restrictions contained in that very Piece of Paper? They have admittedly participated in criminal acts. Therefore, they are criminals. Why should I believe unrepentant criminals?

How can one who enjoys living as a military slave have any appreciation of liberty? I assure you, people willing to kill on command (like these hired killers) lack any conscience about violating someone’s liberty. Are you willing to believe, when given the order to kidnap or kill you, they will ignore this order? If they really want to keep their “oath,” they should be resigning in droves, deserting, or seeking conscientious objector status.

Oaths are merely words that disappear into the vapor. They are meaningless unless backed by action. If these mercenaries truly defended the Piece of Paper against “all enemies foreign and domestic,” they would be ignoring the non-existent “foreign” enemies and concentrating on the “domestic” variety. May I suggest padlocking DC, evacuating it, and returning it back to the swamp from whence it came. You folks are well trained in destruction. I'll leave that job you.

Don’t just repeal the parts of this act that violates the Piece of Paper- repeal the whole damn act (including funding provided by stolen money) and put these losers out of business! Secession and abolition is the way to go.

Quotes of the Week

From the Light:
“The very existence of majorities and minorities is indicative of an immoral state. The man whose character harmonizes with the moral law, we found to be one who can obtain complete happiness without diminishing the happiness of his fellows. But the enactment of public arrangements by vote implies a society consisting of men otherwise constituted -- implies that the desires of some cannot be satisfied without sacrificing the desires of others -- implies in the pursuit of their happiness the majority inflict a certain amount of unhappiness on the minority -- implies, therefore, organic immorality.”
Herbert Spencer

“We currently have this strange relationship with politicians in our society. On one hand, practically everyone recognizes that politicians are the biggest liars and scum in these 50 states. Yet on the other hand, we're supposed to treat them like celebrities or god-kings. As they ruin our lives, enrich and empower their wealthy friends, and promise a worse future for our grandchildren, we're supposed to be overjoyed at an opportunity to shake their hands and smile for a photo opportunity. It's absolutely ridiculous.”
Vedran Vuk

“If you think you can remodel capitalism you are hopelessly already lost. You must presume someone modeled it in the first place. Who? When? How?
Fact is, capitalism is what you get when you don’t have master designers on the job. It’s what happens when POTUS and the feds leave it alone. It’s what you get when people are allowed to work out their own designs, one by one, willingly... without a gun to their heads... When they can make money or go broke themselves...and Washington doesn’t care.”
Bill Bonner

“If we want to achieve peace and freedom, then we must start talking about ideas that will bring us peace and freedom. We cannot limit ourselves by applying every idea to our current way of life, as this will result in failed attempts to save a dying system that has no hope of bringing humanity any value.”
J. G. Vibes

“'Electability' means, ‘It's okay to change the administration but don't change the status quo.’”
Garry Reed

“If Obama isn't the anti-Christ, he's at least his ambassador.”
Brian Wilson

“Every country, every ethnicity, every religion, contains within it the capability for extreme violence. Every group contains a faction that is intolerant of other groups, and actively seeks to exclude or even kill them. War fever tends to encourage the intolerant faction, but the faction only succeeds in its goals if the rest of the group acquiesces or remains silent.”
Zoltan Grossman

“For the three years after the election, it’s clear that the president is the master and the American citizenry are the servants. And then the process is ostensibly reversed during the pre-election year, with the presidential candidates once again catering to the citizenry, being nice to them, and pandering for their votes.”
Jacob Hornberger
From the Darkness:
"The onus is on Iran. They have to prove themselves that their nuclear development program is genuinely for peaceful purposes, which they have not done yet."
Ehud Barak, lying, Israeli state terrorist

"The development of this weapon [Massive Ordnance Penetrator] is not intended to send a signal to any one particular country. It's a capability we believe we need in our arsenal and will continue to invest in it."
Pentagon press secretary George Little, commenting on the development of a new, improved 30,000-pound "bunker-buster" bomb. [Those crafty war criminals- always looking for new ways to kill people.]

“Some technologies don’t pan out; some companies fail. But I will not walk away from the promise of clean energy.”
B. Obama, on the bankruptcy of Ener1, an electric car battery company that the Obama regime awarded a $118 million stimulus grant to expand its operations [How about supporting this “promise” with your own money.]

“There is no reason to despair… All crises come to an end.”
Sir Mervyn King, Governor of the Bank of England, telling an audience not to fret about the coming economic collapse.

“I want to make sure people understand,actually drones have not caused a huge number of civilian casualties. For the most part, they’ve been very precise, precision strikes against al-Qaeda and their affiliates.”
B. Obama

"We must not waste time on this matter; the Iranians continue to advance (toward nuclear weapons), identifying every crack and squeezing through. Time is urgently running out."
Israeli Defense Minister Ehud Barak, stoking the flames of war

"We simply cannot continue to cut our defense budget if we are to remain the hope of the Earth."
Mitt Romney

“The United States should deploy ships, step up covert activities and sharpen its rhetoric to make more credible the threat of a U.S. military strike to stop Iran’s nuclear program, a bipartisan group said on Wednesday.”
From a statement from the Bipartisan Policy Center, whose directors include representatives from defense contractors and banks

"Our proposal to you, Mr. Gibson, is since you have been cited as an Anti-Semitic, and have denied those allegations, what better way to prove to all your fans and the nay Sayers -- than to endorse and help raise funds for our cause -- SOS, Save Our Synagogue."
Text of a letter from Congregation Beth Shalom in Corona, CA to Mel Gibson, attempting to shake him down for money to pay a loan it can’t afford.

Friday, February 3, 2012

‘This Machine Kills Fascists’

Palestinians and other oppressed folks around the world are finding that their cameras are a powerful tool of resistance- helping to project the truth of their plight to others around the world. The camera can rightfully carry the claim that Woody Guthrie made for his guitar.