Tuesday, November 28, 2017

Random Rogue Rants-Part II

You can read Part I here.

Amerikan style “Thanksgiving” is more about gluttony than gratitude. Which is one of many reasons I’ve ignored the silliness for well over thirty years, now.
If I want to give thanks, I’ll do it when I please, not when The Herd directs me to (and I’ll certainly do it more than once a year). If I want to eat a turkey, I’ll damn sure eat one when I please, and not on a Herd-determined day of the year.

And isn’t it somewhat perverse to claim “thankfulness” by eating like a pig? What’s the connection? If any action besides stating thankfulness is necessary, wouldn’t fasting be more appropriate?

Honestly, I recognize none of The Herd’s holidays. I find them either silly, childish, hypocritical, celebratory of state violence and aggression or a combination of some or all.
I find it much more worthwhile to create my own holidays. I create them to celebrate an individual achievement or an event inspired by others that directly benefits me or mankind in general.
Some historical events I see worth celebrating: Texas Independence Day and the 1865 assassination of US Emperor Lincoln.


At least one of two events must occur before I would ever again vote (though never again at the federal level):

1) A referendum is offered to the voting slaves for Texas Independence.


2) All ballots for state offices include a “None of the Above” option to vote for. If NOTA wins, then that particular office is abolished for at least the next election cycle (i.e, if the office holder is up for re-election every two years, that office remains vacant for two years). If NOTA wins a second consecutive election, than that office is permanently abolished and can only be renewed after a massive petition campaign by that specifically affected electorate.

I would continue to not vote for any federal offices, as I continue to view such a ruling regime as illegitimate. 

Cody Wilson is one of those strong intellects that absolutely terrifies the state. They know they don’t have the resources to counter his reasoning and inventiveness and is therefore a direct threat to their power. I think a few years from now Cody will either be filthy rich and on top of the world or rotting in a prison. I sure do hope it is the former.

I try not to look at my personal past too much, even the good times. I prefer to live in the moment and build for the future. The only time I look backward is when I find myself drifting and unmotivated. I then look to the past and remember my consciousness and state of being as a youngster, motivated by creativity and imagination and looking to make use of the observed  wonders of the world . 

The problem with conservatives is their religious zealotry toward "the republic." Their cry is always, "Restore the Republic!" But why restore a complete, unadulterated, failure! Lysander Spooner articulated the enslaving idiocy of the constitution way back in the 1850's but no one listened. Stinkin' Lincoln PROVED the impotence of that useless document a decade later. Yet here in the 21st freakin' century, people still cry to restore this abomination. The new cry should be, "Abort the US- Secession NOW!"


I enjoy watching competent people even when the labor they’re performing isn’t particularly “skilled.”

Go eat at a Waffle House on a busy morning and watch the employees work- which isn’t hard since the place is so tiny. Watch them work in their crowded kitchen, moving around in close quarters with their colleagues as if choreographed. All actions are directed with maximum efficiency (cooking and waiting tables) with no wasted motion. And most do it with an obvious personal drive (not afraid of hard work) and a smile on their face.

If you get the right location, it can be very inspiring to watch.


My response to radical (non-surgical) trannys:

"I am a wild badger forced to live as a human. I wish to harmonize my outer appearance with my inner feeling. But you racist, specie-ists, insist on seeing me as my birth category and nothing further.........
Intolerant bigots!"


Why “drain the swamp” when a far more useful action would be to pack up, head for higher ground, and let the swamp critters drown in their self-created debt and depravity?


It seems perfectly logical to me to assume that those US loyalists who willfully demean themselves by bowing to their king would equally be willing, whether asked or ordered, to grab their ankles to please their DC Master.


US loyalists love war. It makes them feel important, dominant, and gives meaning to their pathetic, useless lives. War fever inspires them to wave their red/white/blue war rags and bow to The Regime's hired killers in displays of splendid idol worship. Without war fever, they would lack direction and purpose.
Knowing that, how can you expect them to swap such blissful dementia for reason and logic?


I offer this challenge to those who believe that words on paper (“constitutions”) will protect them from violent predators: Write “Bears shall not attack humans” on a piece of paper, then hold it in front of a charging grizzly. 
Then report back to me about your successful defense.

I remember the left in the 1960's- sharp, intelligent, articulate, peaceful people. They may have been wrong about many things, but at least they could construct a sentence and articulate an argument. Now, the left is just goblin bots programmed by social media, offering nothing but grunts and chants.


I love “America,” but I’ll be damned if I’ll stand and salute some ugly war rag with prison stripes while singing a disgusting, demonic war anthem. 

Loyalists/collectivists/fascists need to decide whether they will live as free men, or remain compliant, obedient, bitchy slaves, subservient to a fascist, Yankee regime whose only reason for existence is to financially rape and imprison them.

Those of us who insist on living as free men will not be cowed into submission by their Lincoln-ista whips.

Sunday, November 26, 2017

Quotes of the Week

Enlightened insights taken from the past week’s reading:

"Indeed, we could expand from Obummercare to anything that taxes finance. Taxation is morally indistinguishable from theft since it extracts money by force. The government’s thieves are often armed with degrees in law rather than knives or guns; they dress better than your average mugger and they cloak their crimes in euphemisms. But they are thieves nonetheless. Their plunder buys any 'benefit' or 'entitlement' that politicians promise us."
Becky Akers

"Once you realize your government’s sole purpose is to reserve murder of you and your family as its sacred task depending on your lack of fealty and obedience, everything sort of falls into place on why governments throughout the ages have been so murderous at home and abroad."
Bill Buppert

"All men dream, but not equally. Those who dream by night in the dusty recesses of their minds wake in the day to find that all was vanity; but the dreamers of the day are dangerous men, for they may act their dream with open eyes, and make it possible."
T.E. Lawrence

"Remember that Big Government is a masterpiece of corporate cynicism, propaganda perfection and people control. It was not created for the people, by the people nor of the people. It was created, or at least evolved, for the power and benefit of the elite and their politicians and bureaucrats." 
Bob Livingston

"Eventually, the US will default on its debts, its credit rating will be slashed, and the value of the dollar will plummet. Citizens will clamor for relief and there will most certainly be folks offering 'hope and change.' If history has taught us anything it is that the quickest way out of any debt is to terminate the debtor.
Thus, Texas will get a new government…one way or another. For the sake of our children, let it be one of our choosing."
Jeff Thomason

"Centralised governments are the result of the short-term economic interests of those who support the government, on one hand, and patronage and corruption, on the other. Governments perpetuate themselves, and can only grow, by their very nature, and voters are incentivised to let this happen by public spending."
Ivo Vegter

"The tradition of the West is embodied in the Great Conversation that began in the dawn of history and that continues to the present day. Whatever the merits of other civilizations in other respects, no civilization is like that of the West in this respect. No other civilization can claim that its defining characteristic is a dialogue of this sort. No dialogue in any other civilization can compare with that of the West in the number of great works of the mind that have contributed to this Dialogue. The Spirit of Western Civilization is the spirit of inquiry. Its dominant element is the Logos. Nothing is to remain undiscussed. Everyone is to speak his mind. No proposition is to be left unexamined."
Robert Maynard Hutchins

"I believe humanity is reaching a point in its evolution, both from a consciousness perspective as well as a technological one, where we’ll begin to increasingly question many of our silly contemporary assumptions about how governance should work.  The primary one is this absurd notion that a nation-state should be seen as a permanent structure of political governance which only becomes dissolvable in the event of violent revolution or war."
Michael Krieger

"The important question is who is it that is trying so hard to convince Americans that Russian influence prevails over us?
Do the idiots pushing this line realize how impotent this makes an alleged 'superpower' look. How can we be the hegemonic power that the Zionist neocons say we are when Russia can decide who is the president of the United States?"
Paul Craig Roberts

"Empires in decay embrace an almost willful suicide. Blinded by their hubris and unable to face the reality of their diminishing power, they retreat into a fantasy world where hard and unpleasant facts no longer intrude. They replace diplomacy, multilateralism and politics with unilateral threats and the blunt instrument of war."
Chris Hedges

Thursday, November 23, 2017

US Crimes of the Week

Truthful headlines (and just one week’s worth) offering you more reasons to separate yourselves from The Regime’s madness:

Regime Staying in Syria- Even After Enemy is ‘Defeated’ 

The classic pattern of empire building continues: Create an “enemy.” Attack and invade the country of that “enemy.” Continue to occupy that country even after said “enemy” is defeated.

Apparently, the “sovereignty” of Afghanistan is only respected when it comes to their “cultural” penchant for fu*king little boys.

And they spent at least $67 million to do it.

This quickly brings to mind a couple of cliches:

The pot calling the kettle black.

One man’s terrorist is another man’s freedom fighter.

Selling such plants funds the “criminals” who resist surrender to the DC Regime.

It looks like it will also continue the destruction process of the First Amendment as well.

No piece of paper will ever protect you from a dangerous predator. Permanent separation/secession and decentralization of power is the only remedy.

Ignore the political tone of the article. Just because Lord Obama got away with it doesn’t make it right for Tillerson to continue this abhorrent "policy."

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

Secession, anyone?

Sunday, November 19, 2017

Quotes of the Week

Enlightened insights taken from the past week’s reading:

"Any segment of a population who finds that their values and governmental goals are not being pursued in their present country — who are forced to remain under that nation’s regime — are hostages. As humans, it is our inherited right to create governments, create confederacies, create coalitions, and it is our right to abrogate those things as well."
Joe Wolverton

"If ‘society’—whoever that’s supposed to be—were to push for any values, equality shouldn’t be among them. Equality only exists before the law. People are unique, and therefore naturally unequal. We’re not like ants or blades of grass. Equality is not only impossible, it’s not even desirable. A proper goal to strive for is freedom, which is possible and desirable."
Doug Casey

"I am not being facetious when I tell you 'don’t expect to live much longer.' We are ruled by mindless, insane, psychopaths who believe that the US is invulnerable. These dumbshits are likely to get us all blown off the face of the earth. If you are not concerned that the US government is picking a fight with Russia (and China, North Korea, and Iran as well), something is wrong with you."
Paul Craig Roberts

"Remember that Big Government is a masterpiece of corporate cynicism, propaganda perfection and people control. It was not created for the people, by the people nor of the people. It was created, or at least evolved, for the power and benefit of the elite and their politicians and bureaucrats."
Bob Livingston

"Governments have had a long history of claiming, 'If we don’t all stick together, we’ll be doomed.' However, historically, the aggressors, more often than not, have been the empires. The smaller a country, the more likely it is to mind its own business."
Jeff Thomas

"The Radical Left’s argument is that illegal immigrants do not commit any more crimes than legal citizens, which is irrelevant.  Just because some citizens in the United States are criminals is no reason to bring in more criminals."
Robert Ringer

"Without a doubt, the U.S. military establishment is the largest enterprise in the world. It’s also the recipient of the largest single government taking in the world. The language in the 5th Amendment is powerful. If there is to be a government and if it takes (taxes), then there must be just compensation for the force that has been employed in the taking. This is missing in this case, and it’s missing because the government is the judge. No operable check exists to constrain it from extending its takings far, far beyond what it provides in return. The 5th Amendment’s provision on takings by taxes is not enforced by the government, and there is no reason to expect that it would be. The government doesn’t face competition in the supply of defense. The election of nationalists and militarists like Trump certainly can’t rectify this situation. They get their kicks from beautiful weapons, from the power to threaten and browbeat, and from the unleashing of missiles and force. We who want peace are not compensated in the slightest from these aggressions and potential for aggressions."
Michael Rozeff

"If politics was really about the good of the people, it would matter what those people want. Governments make a show of democracy, but all people are really allowed to do is choose who they want to rule them. No national constitution anywhere in the world (except for St. Kitts and Nevis, and Ethiopia) permits secession. It would remove a part of the tax base, which threatens the prosperity of either the government’s corrupt cronies, or the ruling party’s constituents, or both."
Ivo Vegter

"The bottom line is that each of us is grossly ignorant about the world in which we live. Nothing’s wrong with that ignorance, but we are stupid if we believe that a politician can produce a better life than that which is obtained through peaceable, voluntary exchange with our fellow man anywhere on earth."
Walter Williams

Thursday, November 16, 2017

US Crimes of the Week

Truthful headlines (and just one week’s worth) offering you more reasons to separate yourselves from The Regime’s madness:

Regime Employee Caught With ‘WMD’

His employers have thousands of them that are thousands of times more powerful. Why can’t he have one measly ‘pipe bomb’?

ISIS is flourishing in Afghanistan- all to keep the profitable war scam underway.

In order for The Regime to maintain the existence and manipulate a self-created enemy, it must protect it against outsiders who want to destroy it.

I’m sure a new shipment is already on the way to help those “moderate rebels.”

Don’t you feel proud that your stolen money is used to help defend one of the leading terrorist states in the world?

They want to play terrorist and see how you react.

Empires always saddle future subjects with back breaking debt.

Haven’t they already been doing that? Expect more mass shooters in the near future- courtesy of your “protectors.”

They apparently even killed one of their own to hide their crime.

“Eeeny, meeny, miney, mo….. Come on in! We don’t care where you’re from or what kind of person you are! If you wind up killing a lot of infidels, we don’t care. We’ll just blame white supremacists and Islamophobes.”

Just ignore any groping and harassment committed by our superior.

They give us a “second notice” that the world is ending because of misbehaving humans. More research is needed along with even more central planning and control:

“The economic structure should address wealth inequalities in order to ensure that prices, taxation, and incentive systems take into account the cost of consumption patterns on the environment.”

Translated: Even more state theft of private wealth and property and punishment for those evil, over consuming humans who dare disobey their master’s directives.

“What we’re looking at here is potentially the worst famine in decades, and it’s important for decent U.S. citizens from across the political spectrum to admit our government’s hands are soaked in blood.”

Loyalists must be so proud!

Expect your local Johnny Law to now be carrying “grenade launchers, weaponized vehicles, bayonets, rifles, ammunition of .50 caliber or higher, and certain armored vehicles that resemble tanks.”

Gee, what could go wrong?

The FDA is the armed hit squad who protect the profits of Big Pharma. 

Please leave a comment stating how anyone living in Somalia has harmed you in any way. I expect explicit details.

Some good news for the resistance:

Secession must occur before they try it again!

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

Secession, anyone?

Sunday, November 12, 2017

Quotes of the Week

Enlightened insights taken from the past week’s reading:

"The lowliest, indigent, white redneck who lives in a rusted-out old school bus down by the river in Tennessee is 'privileged,' by definition, whereas the children of multimillionaire Barack Obama or multimillionaire Tiger Woods are 'not privileged.'  In fact, since they are black they are, by definition, 'oppressed' by the white redneck who lives in the rusted-out old school bus down by the river."
Tom DiLorenzo

"Everyone once took for granted that the goal was to seize the federal apparatus and impose their vision on the country.
How about just abandoning this crazy, inhumane task?
Why not admit the differences are irreconcilable, and simply go our separate ways?
Is this not obviously the most humane solution?
Or is there some expectation that somehow, down the road, we'll all be reconciled?
To the contrary, it's only going to get worse.
Forcing these irreconcilable parties to continue along in this way is what normal people would call 'extremist.'
Radical decentralization and secession, on the other hand, are the obvious and necessary solution.
And you know it's the sensible solution, because no one is allowed to discuss it."
Tom Woods

"If the pro-gun control people want to blame someone besides the man in there pulling the trigger, the man who illegally got a weapon, maybe they should look in the mirror. Maybe they should consider their own complicity in making guns more difficult for law-abiding citizens to carry. Maybe they should look at their part in this war on guns and gun owners. Perhaps their derision played a part in seeing to it that no one in that church had the means to stop that killer."
Daisy Luther

"If the national anthem is of such importance, why do we not perform it in everything we do? Is breakfast, or the start of our workday, or going to a grocery store, or undergoing root-canal work at the dentist’s, to be preceded by this tune? Do we refrain from extending such collective foolishness into our daily lives because the numbers of persons are not sufficient to convert individuals into fungible components of a mob?"
Butler Shaffer

"National borders have never really been about how nations self-identify. They have always been about access to resources and the ability to impose taxes. Politics is about how, and on whom, those revenues are spent. The larger a country, the more people it can tax. The larger a government, the more professional politicians and civil servants it can employ."
Ivo Vegter

"Those who are determined to be ‘offended’ will discover a provocation somewhere. We cannot possibly adjust enough to please the fanatics, and it is degrading to make the attempt."
Christopher Hitchens

"If the flag is symbolic of government and that government lies at every turn, enslaves its people, steals from their labor, passes laws that are an execration to their Christian faith, takes from them their liberty, mandates the murder of 1 million babies a year, imports tens of thousands of immigrants to replace American workers and drive down wages, and that makes war on other countries that have not threatened us, why should any acknowledge its presence with more than a sneer?"
Bob Livingston

"The claim that 'diversity is America’s greatest strength' is the biggest of all lies.  The truth is that diversity is America’s greatest weakness.  We see this not only in America, but in countries like Germany, France, and Belgium, where far-left leaders have destroyed their once proud cultures with immigration policies that ignore the wants and needs of their own citizens.
As is always the case, when I use the term diversity, I am not referring to a person’s skin color, be he white, brown, yellow, or other.  Diversity is about a person’s cultural beliefs and practices.
The hard truth is that tribalism, which has been around since the dawn of civilization, is the underpinning of a civilized and peaceful society.  The reality that those on the Radical Left (and many in the RINO camp) refuse to accept is that people prefer to be around others who are culturally most like them and, the corollary, they have little desire to be in close proximity to those who are culturally different.
When those in power try to force tribes with different cultural values to live together, it tends to engender hatred and violence, which is why the government should remove itself from the social-experimentation business and let tribes live separately and in peace with other tribes."
Robert Ringer

“'Social justice' can only be achieved through voluntary interactions among individuals within a given social unit. Stealing from some and giving to others through a concept of forced redistribution only creates control and therefore injustice; an unjustly created permanent victim group and an unjustly created permanent dependent group.
That’s not social justice, that’s social control."
Garry Reed

"Stalemate in Korea? Perpetual trouble in Korea? Loss in Vietnam? Continual war in the Middle East and Afghanistan? Confrontation with Iran, Russia and China? Turmoil in Libya and Africa? Worldwide American commitments and possibilities for warfare? Where exactly are the just compensations to taxpayers for the vast takings devoted to the U.S. military establishment? Where is this mythical 'national security' that has been the object?"
Michael Rozeff

"To be blunt about it, in 1954 Armistice Day was hijacked by a militaristic US congress and renamed Veterans Day. Today few Americans understand the original purpose of Armistice Day, or even remember it. The message of peace seeking has been all but erased. Worst of all, Veterans Day has devolved into a hyper-nationalistic quasi-religious celebration of war and the putatively valiant warriors who wage it. We no longer have a national day to recognize or reflect upon international peace."
Arnold Oliver

Thursday, November 9, 2017

US Crimes of the Week

Truthful headlines (and just one week’s worth) offering you more reasons to separate yourselves from The Regime’s madness:

Regime Spooks Claim Evidence of Iranian Misbehavior

These are some of the same folks who claimed the presence of WMD’s in Iraq.

“Deficiencies” abound in the latest fatwa from the Climate Cult.

Apparently, these “scientists” have never heard of “correlation does not necessarily mean causation.”

I’d be curious to see if the word “sun” even appears on any of the pages of this report. To do so would probably be considered blasphemous to the human hating, pagan evangelicals.

And looky here…..The Space Cadets find that Antarctica is heating up because of…..volcanoes!

This might sound like good news at first reading, but the individual is being punished for standing up for the rights of the accused.

And they demand that you and yours get used to it.

Expect a big push for state gangster control of all social media.

And they want someone to quickly create the technology to do so.

Instead, they call it a “surcharge.”

Raise the body count by at least 14 souls now categorized as collateral damage.

They don’t choose to complete a required audit. Why would they bother to obey some obscure gun law?

Hell, their politi-gangster employers can take bribes, why can’t they?

They claim they’re not stealing but just want to “stimulate vigorous participation by the private sector.”

This is how they were able to “blame” Kaspersky for “hacking.”

The Regime calls them “trainers.” They’ve been there 16 years. How are there still any people left to “train?”

Mark it as an improvement over their previous failure rate of 95%.

Some good news for the resistance:

It’s always good therapy to laugh at your captors, abusers and occupiers 

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

Secession, anyone?

Sunday, November 5, 2017

Quotes of the Week

Enlightened insights taken from the past week’s reading:

"It wasn’t 'state’s rights' that ripped apart the Union. It was Hamiltonian nationalism, the belief that the general government can do anything it wants as long as it is 'necessary and proper' for the 'general welfare' of the American people, the Constitution be damned. That is the real story of America, but every school child is fed the opposite narrative from the time they enter kindergarten as a little mind of mush. Uncle Sam knows how to indoctrinate kids, and we want more Uncle Sam in education. Doesn’t make sense."
Brion McClanahan

"However well-intended, the exercise of power means forcing people to do things they otherwise wouldn’t, or preventing them from doing something they otherwise would. And the more those politicians get used to wielding such power, the easier it becomes to justify grandiose public works projects, creating jobs of dubious value for supporters, or appointing the well-connected to positions they do not merit. If you doubt that corruption pays, consider how successful corrupt governments are at not serving their people, but at perpetuating themselves."
Ivo Vegter

"Politically Left, Right or Center, it doesn’t matter. This massive collection of power players are all 'socialists.' Meaning: they’re power-mad monopolists.
But of course, they’re also the messiahs bringing a happy and glorious future to the downtrodden, to 'the people.'
If you buy that one, I’ll not only sell you beachfront condos on the dark side of the moon, I’ll sell you the whole moon. No money down. Easy terms.
So easy, when the balloon payment comes due, you won’t know what hit you.
At that point, you’ll need to sign your property and liberty and life away.
For the greater good, of course.
In a socialist system."
Jon Rappoport

"Statists have long exploited dead soldiers in the peddling of guilt on behalf of their ambitions for power. We are told we 'should honor the sacrifice of those who fought and died to protect our freedom.' As often as I have heard this plea, I have yet to have anyone inform me of any liberty I enjoy by virtue of soldiers going to foreign countries, at risk to their own lives, to kill people! Of what is one 'free' when fighting or killing others? Soldiers fight because they are ordered to do so, and the selection of the 'enemy' is made by persons who have absolutely no interest in benefiting or protecting me."
Butler Shaffer

"Until we recognize the fact that governments are in perpetual war against their own people, we cannot understand anything in terms of reality. Keep in mind that the definition of war is not mortal military combat but stealth and gradualism which are age-old Machiavellian concepts. Whereas they could not prevail with armed warfare against their own population, they proceed with stealth, slowly and imperceptibly over time, so that the connotation of fraud and illegality seldom comes up."
Bob Livingston

"The human being, an evolutionary extension of the animal world, is endowed with certain indelible features at the genetic level. Group loyalty and fear of aliens are among them. Man cannot survive alone. Mankind is not a biologically monolithic, homogeneous family. Rather, it is made up of human groups (clans, tribes, nations, races) that as a result of their long development are moving apart from each other. Biology is the basis on which human communities create culture and ultimately civilization, not the other way round."
GEFIRA Bulletin

"Electric cars have to be force-fed because there are not enough takers on the merits. It’s a simple statement of fact; no elaboration needed. If this were not so, the force-feeding wouldn’t be necessary. No one puts a gun to people’s heads to buy Starbucks coffee or for that matter, Toyota Corollas –  because it’s not necessary. They sell on the merits. EVs don’t."
Eric Peters

"You do not have to turn yourself or allow yourself to be turned into a robot who worships the military or the State and who short circuits its own thinking with myths and propaganda. You can walk away from this and free yourself from it, because your feelings belong to you and you do have a will. You have no good reason to regard symbols of State with reverence. They really do not deserve it, and that’s being charitable."
Michael Rozeff

"Nothing has helped the spread of socialist ideas more than this belief that Socialism is inevitable. Even the opponents of Socialism are for the most part bewitched by it: it takes the heart out of their resistance. The educated person is afraid of appearing unmodern if he does not show that he is actuated by the social spirit, for already the age of Socialism, the historic day of the fourth estate, is supposed to have dawned and everyone who still clings to Liberalism is in consequence a reactionary. Every triumph of the socialist idea which brings us nearer to the socialist way of production is counted as progress; every measure which protects private property is a setback. The one side looks on with sadness or an even deeper emotion, the other side with the light, as the age of private property passes with the changing times, but all are convinced that history has destined it to irrevocable destruction."
Ludwig von Mises

Thursday, November 2, 2017

US Crimes of the Week

Truthful headlines (and just one week’s worth) offering you more reasons to separate yourselves from The Regime’s madness:

Regime Looking to Build More Prisons

The prison business is very profitable, so it’s not surprising to see who is spending millions in bribes (also called “lobbying”) for the contracts to build and operate them.

Of course, releasing all non-violent offenders would free up thousands of beds for captured third world migrant/invaders.

Psychopaths have no shame.

To pay for that “infrastructure” they’re always bleating about- infrastructure that is a state responsibility.

“We do not believe there is a future for the Assad regime and the Assad family. The reign of the Assad regime is coming to an end, and the only issue is how should that be brought about.”

Is it only me who marvels at such an incredibly arrogant statement?

Still more of the incredible arrogance mentioned earlier.

Whether such wars are "illegal" is to be decided by the Emperor’s private attorneys.

A major failing of the US Constitution is that it declares that The Regime can regulate itself-  that The Regime ultimately can determine what is “constitutional,” what is "legal."

The god-Trump can't adequately protect you and your puppy dog from being nuked unless he can start still more wars.

Nothing indicates a “friendly visit” better than to bring along billions of dollars worth of killing machines.

Of course, no individual will be held legally liable. No one will even be fired.

“Any policy that increases the likelihood of expanding American military operations in the absence of debate and proper authorization from America’s highest legislative body, risks undermining American democracy by obscuring the truth of U.S. involvement in war and its deadly costs.”

As it’s been said a million times: “The first casualty of war is the truth.” The Regime cannot continue their world wide criminal activity without “obscuring the truth.”

But of course, using statist logic, when you create a law, you also are allowed to break it.

Even if Iraqis want them to leave!

At this point, the US appears to be used to being engaged in overseas wars without permission, particularly in places like Syria, and having already declared their presence in Iraq to be permanently, officials figure they’re going to just pretend it’s legal.”

Just imagine into the future- Iraqis demanding the US Regime leave their country to the point that the ruling government is considered “hostile” to the US. Can we then foresee still another invasion and regime replacement?

I'm sure all red blooded neocons are creaming their pants in joy about such a possibility.

It’s certainly not the first time, and certainly won’t be the last. The murdering and suffering must continue to satisfy the “diversity” cultists.

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

Secession, anyone?