Sunday, January 28, 2018

Quotes of the Week

Enlightened insights taken from the past week’s reading:

"Here’s the big secret. Human beings create the world we live in. Nothing about our governments or economy are provided to us by nature or the divine. The insufferable centralized hierarchies we live under were created by other humans that came before us, and are aggressively propagated by those currently in power. There’s absolutely no reason we need to accept these systems as permanent or perfect.
Looking for a savior in a President is a slave mentality. We need to stop being slaves. Oprah, Trump, Mark Cuban, it doesn’t matter. Nobody is coming to save you. It’s time to grow up. The real power resides in ourselves.
The world of the future will be the world we create. If we want that world to be vastly better we need to stop looking outside of ourselves for the answer. We need to look inward, find our strength and get to work. If you expect someone else to come in and fix things you’ve already lost."
Michael Krieger

"Politicians are crude, monotonous and uncommitted to anything that does not grow their power and the power of the state. It seems that the politicians have a language and word system that baffles and stupefies the public mind. There is no doubt about it, consummate political power lies in the power to deceive."
Bob Livingston

"The state has a natural inclination to criminalize anything that interferes with its presumed right to rule."
Bill Buppert

"The U.S. has turned into a domestic empire. It’s no longer the country that it was when it was founded. And the constitution itself has changed at least as much. It’s a dead letter. Mainly window dressing. It’s been interpreted out of existence."
Doug Casey  

"Despite what happens in California, Texan’s future lies with Texas and not with Washington. With or without California, Texas is clearly better off apart from the union of states. However, it would be a shame for America to have to go through the trouble of redesigning the U.S.  flag on Texas’ account. If the creation of the State of Jefferson becomes a reality, then they can have our star on Old Glory, once we’ve recalled our sovereignty from Washington."
Jesse Newbery

"The Constitution articulates in flowery prose the means by which rights are to be suborned and transformed into conditional privileges; for example, the gauzy 'will of the people' will be 'represented' by a handful of actual people called politicians and bureaucrats and judges – whose opinions become binding on 'the people.'
But this is lawyer-talk. There is no 'people.' No single body, imbued with a single consciousness and – morally, the key point – unanimous in its feeling, capable of giving unanimous free consent to an action of the government. Without such unanimity and free consent you have the trampling of the will of individual people, which is contrary to their rights and which therefore can never be moral."
Eric Peters

"Americans are some of the most soulful, creative and brilliant humans on this planet. That's why the machine needs to propagandize them so aggressively."
Caitlin Johnstone

"Civilization, is a stream with banks. The stream is sometimes filled with people stealing, shouting and doing the things historians usually record, while on the banks, unnoticed, people build homes, make love, raise children, sing songs, write poetry and even whittle statues. The story of civilization is the story of what happened on the banks. Historians are pessimists because they ignore the banks for the river."
Will Durant

"No one makes a better life by going around interfering unasked for in the lives of others. No country as a whole as represented by its state makes a better life for its citizens by going around interfering unasked for in the domestic affairs of other countries and their states."
Michael Rozeff

"Human action originates change. As far as there is human action there is no stability, but ceaseless alteration. The historical process is a sequence of changes. It is beyond the power of man to stop it and to bring about an age of stability in which all history comes to a standstill."
Ludwig von Mises

"Every device employed to bolster individual freedom must have as its chief purpose the impairment of the absoluteness of power."
Eric Hoffer

Friday, January 26, 2018

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:

Their suffering means the wonderful, exceptional ‘US’ is winning!”

They want to destroy true diplomatic negotiations and leave North Korea with this one choice- “Surrender or we nuke you.”

What Texans view as meddling harassment, The Regime considers “oversight.” Where Texans see an 
unconstitutional order, The Regime see a “careful ruling.”

The Emperor’s “war of annihilation” is accurately named.

The Regime, of course, says things aren’t so bad.

Yet, even after all this death and human sacrifice to fight “terrorism,” “Increased US efforts are correlated with a worsening of the overall terror situation.”

And they’re even better at it than the creepy Siri and Alexa.

Hey loyalists- How is that Piece of Paper working out for ya? Does it protect you from spying psychopaths?
Don’t you think that crime by itself is grounds for a “divorce?”

“Oops! Your pesky lawsuits are therefore now moot and dismissed.”

Our DC overlords always have the convenient excuse of a technical glitch to help cover up their crimes. Do you think you and I could get away with that?
Do I detect a pattern here?

This makes you realize that even long after The Regime’s death cult is inevitably shut down and 
abolished, it will still be killing people.

Only the mob’s clueless gangsters are surprised at this. The entire system was set up to be abused (used for political gain) from the beginning.

It’s an annual celebration of their daily crimes.

Thousands of Regime parasites are furloughed but they’ll get back pay once this spat between mobsters is settled. Which means thousands of criminals who daily harass and steal from you are getting a nice, paid vacation. Doesn’t that thought just want to make you proudly stand and salute their striped prison flag?

However, there is one notable discomfort to be suffered by us subjects- There will be a “delayed release of Labor Department monthly employment reports, Commerce Department data on retail sales and housing starts and a monthly Fed report on industrial production that uses Labor Department data.”

Oh, no! How will we ever survive?

When a dangerous predator is stalking near your home, don’t you take action to intercept it? That’s just what the Chinese are doing.

They’ll continue to kill the occasional, wayward, medieval, terrorist sand monkey, but the new priority is a “power competition” with the two largest nuclear powers. That should turn out well……

It looks like the Regime’s aggression is already starting with the lowly Coast Guard squaring off with Russia in the Arctic. 

You, lowly serf, can’t understand plain English without an accompanying explanation. He says this while babbling paranoiac nonsense about Russian bots, Russian trolls and WikiLeaks. 

At least where it involves anyone trying to purchase a washing machine or solar panels. Thousands of jobs will be destroyed and the price of living increased all to please the god-Trump’s corporatist, criminal friends.

Apparently, the “sanctity” of life of the victims of his wars of empire are irrelevant and not to be discussed.

Just how high does this action rate on your hypocrisy scale?

I guess subjects and slaves will just have to hope and pray the Fatherland is never attacked during winter.

In the meantime, the locals can point and laugh at the half billion dollar, ice cube/eye sore.

“Nobody better be propagandizing but me- Especially if their message isn’t war mongering!”

And they accomplished this while being shut down!

“As a result of today's action, any property or interests in property of the designated persons in the possession or control of U.S. persons or within the United States must be blocked, and U.S. persons are prohibited from dealing with any of the designated parties.”

There is no individual or group on Earth that is truly free from The Regime’s harassment.

Some good news for the resistance:

A precocious fifteen year old sits behind his computer keyboard and brings The Regime’s Goons to their knees!

Our educational efforts are bearing fruit!

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

Secession, anyone?

Sunday, January 21, 2018

Quotes of the Week

Enlightened insights taken from the past week’s reading:

"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

"War sends the current of purpose and activity flowing down to the lowest level of the herd, and to its most remote branches. All the activities of society are linked together as fast as possible to this central purpose of making a military offensive or a military defense, and the State becomes what in peacetimes it has vainly struggled to become - the inexorable arbiter and determinant of men's business and attitudes and opinions. The slack is taken up, the cross-currents fade out, and the nation moves lumberingly and slowly, but with ever accelerated speed and integration, toward the great end, toward the 'peacefulness of being at war,' of which L.P. Jacks has so unforgettably spoken."
Randolph Bourne

"The powers that be are fond of pointing to the worst government abuse historically on Earth and making claims of moral superiority, but in the end, while the Communist and National Socialist governments in the twentieth century may have harmed their respective populations and those they subdued through war, at least, we have the moral high ground.   Of course, this is much like a getting an Underachiever Award at a serial killer convention.  The entire system of governance is based on violence and nothing else no matter how noble it is portrayed or how many rose petals litter the dais of the King."
Bill Buppert

"View any football game or any other sporting event to see the hatred of individualism and dissent. Consider the collective reverence given to the state, its flag, or other state symbols. Consider the unadulterated worship of the military and war. Consider the state of the Fascist economy, a house of cards waiting collapse due to Keynesian (Fascist) economics. Consider rampant nationalism. Consider the love and loyalty by the people of the corrupt and criminal political system, a two party system where only one immoral agenda is sought. Consider the promotion of racism by government forces through its politics of division. Consider 'crony capitalism,' the power and influence of corporate America, and the partnership with government at every level."
Gary Barnett

"The only hope for the restoration of Texas liberties lies with Texans demanding independence from the behemoth that is D.C.; it is the only option left for holding Washington to account for it’s desperate squandering of the future. When we Texans recall our sovereignty from Washington, once again reasserting ourselves as an independent nation, we will have a chance to right the mistakes that are making a shipwreck of America. With control of our government brought closer to home, the president and congress of Texas will always be facing Texans everywhere they go, a constant reminder of where their loyalties belong. Representation will be brought back to realistic and accountable levels, tax dollars will be spent on Texas concerns, and we will control our own money supply. It is not a guarantee of success, but it is a chance, which is more than you can say for reforming Washington."
Jesse Newberry

"As you know I don’t believe in democracy, I believe in personal freedom. Democracy is workable enough in something like a cohesive city-state. But absolutely not once voters get involved in economic issues—the poor will always vote themselves a free lunch, and the rich will buy votes to give themselves more. Democracy always devolves into class warfare.
In ancient Greece, if you weren’t a landowner you weren’t respected. In the U.S., voting rules were determined by the States, and originally, everywhere, you had to be a landowner. That meant you had something to lose. But that’s not the case anymore."
Doug Casey

"The Constitution is an immoral document. It explicates a litany of conditional privileges, subject to modification at any time. That this is done in an orderly manner, via 'constitutionally' prescribed mechanisms, does not make the doing of it morally legitimate.
It merely legalizes it.
Theft remains theft.
Slavery, to whatever degree, remains slavery."
Eric Peters

"Western cultures emphasize the future; view work as a blessing rather than as a burden; promote individuals based on their merit; value education and frugality, are philanthropic, identify with universal causes, and have higher ethics.
In static cultures, individuals tend to be fatalistic rather than future-oriented; live for the present or past; work only because they need to; diminish or dismiss the value of education, frugality, and philanthropy; are often mired in nepotism and corruption; and promote individuals based on clan and connections, rather than capabilities.
'I am because we are' is how one wag encapsulated the cog-like role of the individual in African culture. In advanced cultures, on the other hand, the individual, and not the collective, is paramount...
Magic wins out over reason; community over individual; communal ownership over private property; force and coercion over rights and responsibilities; wealth distribution over its accumulation."
Ilana Mercer

Friday, January 19, 2018

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:

This woman is the perfect religious spokesman for US loyalists. To them, The US Regime is their god to whom they bow, revere, and obey. Their DC Masters are their god's spokesman. Thanks, Mr. Livingston, for artfully exposing the depravity of US loyalist sentiment. They use a warped version of Christian theology to cover the true nature of their civic worship.

Christians need to be wary of the fraudulent, Romans 13 worshiping Paulians.

A worthy analysis from a former military strategist: “Take a moment to consider the ways in which counterinsurgency abroad and urban policing at home might, in these years, have come to resemble each other and might actually be connected phenomena…”

The aggressive invasion and destruction of a sovereign nation is bad enough. Creating permanent military bases is equally egregious. So what happens when this 30,000 member army of Kurds and Arabs eventually turns on its US master?

He prefers to call it an “open ended presence.” Such artful, colorful and vague language! So how is this god-Trump stooge any different than any other US neo-con terrorist?

Consider this The Regime’s official declaration of endless war in Syria……while heading towards Iran.

Their “vaccine” isn’t worth shit and they’ve been lying about flu fatality numbers for years! 

They try to stay relevant and close to the money stream while looking out for the “colored people.”

It’s gotten so bad now that movies whose story have nothing even remotely relative to the military or war are still infected with pro-Regime propaganda.

They are the ideal useful idiots who have a social media fan base of millions of other useful idiots.

They now protect us from hand signals, which if cleverly used, might bring down your plane….

This is total lunacy, considering the source of any cyber attack can be manufactured to blame any "enemy" you choose.

As Jason Ditz at points out: “US assignments of blame in cyberattacks are rarely grounded in evidence or reality, but rather they blame whoever is politically expedient at the time, whether it’s Russia, China, or North Korea. Such reckless blame is relatively consequence-free when the US just responds with angry threats, but nuclear strikes could quickly start massive, civilization ending nuclear warfare.”

And it sounds like they are keeping their troops fat and happy while doing it. Got to keep the morale up until the time comes to kill millions of Russians.

“If you don’t negotiate your surrender under our terms, we will nuke you.”

Some good news for the resistance:

And not independence from the US Collective, but rather a secession from the rest of California. Let the separation begin!

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

Secession, anyone?

Sunday, January 14, 2018

Quotes of the Week

Enlightened insights taken from the past week’s reading:

"Apart from some good news in restoring Texas’ Red River border, in 2017, Washington further eroded our rights as a state, progressive interests within Texas failed to give us the tools to oppose an imperial federal government, and D.C. is as hell-bent as ever to kill our economy through massive debt. Yet, in Washington’s slide towards suicide, there remains hope. More and more Texans have been waking up to the realization that D.C. cannot be saved, and that Texas independence is the only way to restore prosperity and freedom. May 2018 be the year Texas firmly decides to reclaim the self-determination that was always hers. An overreaching Washington is definitely one old acquaintance that should be forgot."
Ryan Thorson

"Groupthinkers constantly believe that their concepts are distinct 'things.' It’s why they think that a 'social contract' is an actual item rather than an idea, why they think 'fairness' or 'diversity' or 'tolerance' are specifically identifiable entities rather than just general viewpoints that different people think differently about."
Garry Reed

"It’s in the best interests of leaders to convince their citizens that other human beings living in rival gangster nation-states are the enemy. Pretty much all nation-states are run as organized crime syndicates, the only question is a matter of degree. As such, the goal of political leaders is more often than not to propagandize 'the people' into thinking that they are somehow special, the chosen ones, etc. When this sort of propaganda is successful, it provides the pretext for all kinds of barbaric horrors against other humans who are, naturally, less special or righteous than they are."
Mike Krieger

"Passive words like democracy disarm the mind, and then it is only a matter of time before you volunteer to hand over your guns. 'To keep and bear arms' is the opposite of democracy."
Bob Livingston

"Terrorism is defined by Caleb Carr as politically motivated violence against non-combatants and it just so happens that definition is coincident with government behavior at its root and as observed every day.  The dozens of agencies that have a charter or sub-charters to deal with formal terrorism cannot even agree on what that definition is. The War on Terror is a nonsensical enterprise on so many levels but you would think a sober government analyst would realize an honest government would pursue this to self-eradication."
Bill Buppert

"The State is the organization of the herd to act offensively or defensively against another herd similarly organized."
Randolph Bourne

"The United States of America, regardless of the misguided belief by the masses that this is the land of the free, is undeniably by strict political definition, a Fascist oligarchy. Yes, there are some aspects of democracy, socialism, communism, and Marxism, but Fascism by the few is the ruling political ideology of today’s America.
This explains the obvious mindset of 'American exceptionalism,' and the nonsensical belief America is the epitome of right and good. The root of this arrogant, obnoxious thinking has for generations been by state design. This notion is perpetuated throughout the life of all citizens by state indoctrination and brainwashing, beginning with government controlled schools that claim quasi-ownership of children from infancy to full adulthood. The aim of these institutions is to indoctrinate the masses to produce model citizens in a society that is loyal to community, city, state, and nation, and one opposed to self-interest, self-ownership and individualism."
Gary Barnett

"The Constitution states admirable old ideals, strictly for moral people from another age. While it endures historically as a quaint piece of preserved parchment for tourists to ogle when visiting the Logic Free Swamp, today’s operative 'Constitution' is scribbled on a Magic Slate every day as circumstances warrant. 'Security' has been relegated to mediocre 'Scrabble' word. As a pragmatic reality, it exists only in direct proximity to your personal firearm. The Law and its loin-girded enforcers can no longer be counted on to be a shield for you or your inalienable rights; they are now mere bargaining chips in times of confrontation. 'Innocence' is for old Perry Mason re-runs; your 'case' is only as virtuous as the news cycle is long. We have devolved into a Society of 'Got’cha Last'."
Brian Wilson

"If I said I was skeptical that a supernatural being put us here on Earth, you’d be justified in calling me a 'doubter of religion.' But if I said I was skeptical that manmade global warming was going to melt the icecaps, that doesn’t make me a 'doubter of science.' Once upon a time, the best minds in science told us the Sun revolved around the Earth. They also told us the Earth was flat, and that a really bad fever could be cured by blood-letting. Happily, those beliefs were questioned by skeptical minds, and we moved forward. Science is a wonderful thing, and a critical thing. But without doubt, science doesn’t advance."
Mike Rowe

"Liberty is an indivisible whole. When we allow government to violate a few rights here and there, we endanger them all. Rulers strong enough to protect what we deem important are strong enough to destroy it, too. Loving liberty requires that we not only heed this elemental tenet but cooperate with it. No matter how necessary or good something may be, enforcing it at the point of the government’s guns always boomerangs, crushing what we sought to promote while empowering politicians.
If we are ever to live free, we must unite around the simplest definition of freedom and fight for it alone rather than for other issues: 'no governmental compulsion against any peaceful person for any reason at any time'."
Becky Akers

Friday, January 12, 2018

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:

While his goons intervene, the god-Trump cries about Iran’s “human rights violations,” “squandered wealth,” and “terrorism,” while ignoring his and his allies own such crimes.

You don’t mind The Regime extorting you and killing in your name to protect “commodity rights and security” in Africa, do you?

All together now, “War is peace, slavery is freedom, ignorance is strength, and cooling is warming.”

Spying on your devices is necessary for “public safety.” 

Until they can break your encryption, they’ll harass you and brutalize you until you comply.

Translated: Use of nukes is OK unless they explode around him.

Translated: Mass murder isn't so massive when the nukes are "limited."

For a price, of course. Big fat checks must be delivered to the god-Trump’s war whore allies. 

I thought it was just Deep Staters and not “populist outsiders” who wanted to continually enrich the Military Industrial Establishment.

General warrants for all!

This useless Piece of Paper (with the “C” word name) should be renamed the “The Crime of 1789.”

Some good news for the resistance:

Sovereigns are becoming more and more enlightened about their responsibility toward self defense.

I’ll believe it when I see it. In the meantime, getting a slave pass from Ecuador is a positive step.

The inevitable demise of The Regime’s bankrupt empire will be hastened as more and more states and individuals refuse to subsidize this demonic entity.

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

Secession, anyone?

Sunday, January 7, 2018

Quotes of the Week

Enlightened insights taken from the past week’s reading:

"There is something which unites magic and applied science (technology) while separating them from the ‘wisdom’ of earlier ages. For the wise men of old, the cardinal problem of human life was how to conform the soul to objective reality, and the solution was wisdom, self-discipline, and virtue. For the modern, the cardinal problem is how to conform reality to the wishes of man, and the solution is a technique."
C.S. Lewis 

"Racism isn’t abnormal or unnatural. It’s actually a primitive survival characteristic. It’s perfectly normal, from an evolutionary or genetic point of view. In fact, birds of a feather flock together, and like attracts like. If you’re walking down a lonely city side street at night, who’s more likely to give you trouble: Some young Jews going to a chess club meeting, or some young blacks going to a bar?
Of course, we discriminate, based on whatever factors are relevant. It’s stupid not to. But race is just the first filter. There are many others. The key to intelligent and moral action is to treat people as individuals, not as members of groups, whenever possible. Just the opposite of what so-called 'identity politics' is all about. They see people primarily as members of racial, ethnic, linguistic, sexual, or other groups."
Doug Casey

"The state, in order to maintain itself, used and forged many instruments of indoctrination – the family, the church, the school – to build in the soul of the citizen a habit of patriotic loyalty and pride. This saved a thousand policemen, and prepared the public mind for that docile coherence which is indispensable in war."
Will Durant

"Socialism is inherently immoral unless it becomes voluntary – Capitalism is potentially dangerous unless it is bound by the Non-Aggression Principle."
Marley James

"Why do all governments want to confiscate arms of their people? It is quite simple. The government political system fears an armed citizenry. Organized crime, no matter how legitimate it may appear, wants no risk of being overthrown and no personal risk of the politicians and bureaucrats. It wants no threat to the state that it cannot calculate and control.
The state is therefore the enemy of the people. Otherwise it would not fear the people and want to disarm them. We can clearly understand disarmament because we recognize that the state and its bureaucrats and politicians are on one side and the people are on the other."
Bob Livingston

"After all, the real difference between most people isn’t intellectual, it’s emotional, psychological, visceral: libertarians self-identify while socialists group-identify. It’s why, if there is ever to be anything close to peace in the world, that all good, decent, caring people must adopt mutually applied voluntaryism. Let everyone be an individual when they want to be and a part of something bigger than themselves when they want to be, with no coercion or bullying or recrimination from anyone.
Forcing square pegs into round holes and round pegs into square holes will forever be a losing game. We are all individuals and we are all social. Help one another when asked but otherwise leave one another alone and we’ll get along just fine."
Garry Reed

"Despite all the court historians, nomenklatura apologists and contemporary mouthpieces who sing paeans to government and the denizens who run it, the agenda remains the same: the destruction of individual direction and volition and the harnessing of the captured citizenry to the whims and will of the self-appointed zookeepers. You have been lied to and civics class in the government education system then and now has been a descriptive mechanism to rationalize yoking individuals into the collective hive of the state.
Civics is simply government obedience training."
Bill Buppert

"Throughout the Western world politics has degenerated into fraud. No government serves the public’s interest. Except for some former Soviet satellites in Eastern Europe, European governments have defied the will of the people by admitting vast numbers of refugees from Washington’s wars and others pretending to be refugees. The European governments further imperil their citizens with their support for Washington’s rising aggression toward Russia. The universal failure of democratic politics is leading directly to war."
Paul Craig Roberts

"Nikki Haley is such an asshole, I do not see how any diplomats can take her seriously, much less the North Koreans. She’s mean. She’s demanding. She’s irritating. She has a one track mind. She wants her way and only her way. She doesn’t coordinate with the State Department. On North Korea, she says one thing, Tillerson says another. Trump says all sorts of things. This so-called 'team' is a joke. No one would pay any attention to these American buffoons if they did not possess arsenals of terror."
Michael Rozeff

Friday, January 5, 2018

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:

The tender, fragile, cloth worshiping, snowflakes are offended by a sabotaged state worship service.  They don’t seem to realize they only paid to watch football.

Coming soon to your neighborhood- swarming, networking, hypersonic, highly efficient, modularity maximizing, killing machines.

Feel proud and salute your striped, blood colored, war rag.

Typical of fascist/populist/loyalists- Even when they do something positive (eliminating foreign aid), they do it for the wrong reason.

Instead of no longer sending stolen wealth to foreign dictators because it is morally wrong and anti-liberty, they withhold it because those foreign dictators refuse to bow to and obey The Regime’s ruling psychopaths.

And if you disagree, you are a racist/white supremacist.

Considering that 100% of their previous predictions have been false, I’m not too concerned. Even if true, man will adapt as he always has. Most certainly he will be capable of discovering alternative methods and locations to raise one lousy plant.

Can you imagine the fallout to be suffered by sovereign North Americans when this general is assassinated? Get ready.

The Regime will do whatever is necessary to instigate a war with Iran.

Always count on them to develop new ways to war and spy on you.

Let me introduce you to DC’s newest evil doers- ISIS 2.0! Perhaps they are just the renamed children of version 1.0.

Let the endless war begin….and begin again….and begin again!

The infantile remarks continue as we move from bigger bombs to bigger buttons.

Apparently, burning a piece of cloth is equally as horrible as burning Christian humans.

Mr. Paul seems to have joined the ranks of the reality-optional “symbol minded.”

Well, at least he gives that option to do so to his underlings. Where do you suppose their loyalties lie- to the sovereign states or to The Regime? How can they justify their cushy “jobs” if they don’t take action to satisfy DC’s tyrants?

We’ll find out if the god-Trump’s lawyers have “bigger buttons” than the author’s lawyers.

Regime to Go All In on Biometric Scanning

When they recognize you as a dissenter, will they send “swarming missiles” as mentioned above to neutralize you? Or maybe slaughterbots?

Some good news for the resistance:

You probably already knew this, but now it’s “official.” Maybe even Joe Loyalist will finally acknowledge his master's historical lies.

Don’t let the door hit your wretched, fascist, liberty hating, parasitic butt on the way out.

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

Secession, anyone?