Tuesday, February 27, 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 Regime’s (and governments in general) typical response to a problem is to punish a few offenders by punishing everyone.

This after they failed to stop a violent, teenage wacko who was on their radar for months. 

He has to pay back his bribes (campaign contributions) to the corporate cartels and union thugs.

The planned Obama Worship Center needs nice streets to host the South Side’s world famous black-on-black gun fights.

They still try to call such actions, “sanctions” but warning they will board and capture ships creates a virtual blockade.

But no #Never Again or #ChildrensCrusade outcry for these children. They rank as just collateral damage whose lives are much less important than those of exceptional, American brats.

“You need to be a good, Regime patriot by shutting up and eating the toxic food sold to you be Regime approved food hustlers subsidized with your stolen money.”

They believe that any objection to such mass theft is “an insult to the human condition.”

This includes your “assault rife” (defined as any rifle that looks “mean”) and even your semi-auto pistols.

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

Secession, anyone?

Sunday, February 25, 2018

Quotes of the Week

Enlightened insights taken from the past week’s reading:

"If John Lennon had had a gun, he would have been able to write a lot more songs."
Owen Benjamin

"Over 98% of all mass shootings in the USSA since 1950 have occurred in gun free zones where the government mandated private disarmament or corporate entities that licked the foul taint of the government to mimic compliance. For the shooters, guaranteed a rather hazard free opportunity to maim and kill as many disarmed humans as they wished or found the time for."
Bill Buppert

"Though the media often attempts to twist the gun rights debate into a web of complexity, gun rights is in fact a rather simple issue — either you believe that people have an inherent right to self defense, or you don't. All other arguments are a peripheral distraction."
Brandon Smith

"Even though Texas is not likely to meekly turn in its arms at the prodding of Washington, the day is fast approaching when D.C. will demand just that. There will be no reasoning with them, nor successful appeals to the Constitution and legality; their mind will be made up. And, if we are still tethered to a greater American populace that has been swayed by left-wing fire-arms sophistry when the order is issued, how long do you think our politicians will stand up to them before tucking tail? Not long, I’d wager! If Texas wants to avoid this inevitability, the ONLY way is to go our own way: independence, resigning our membership in the federal union. For make no mistake, whether whittled away bit-by-bit or whisked-away in one fell swoop, gun-rights as they have been in America are coming to an end."
Ryan Thorson

"The cops are essentially crime historians.  They show up after a crime has been committed, then they write up a report about the crime to be used to beg the legislature for more money for police salaries and more cops for the benefit of police union revenues."
Tom DiLorenzo

"Clinging to the status quo of existing regional and national boundaries is reactionary in the extreme. Insisting that no community ought to be allowed self government unless its leaders are hard-core libertarians is impractical, irresponsible, and doomed to failure. 
Nevertheless, when confronted with new attempts at decentralization and secession, even some of those who claim to be for freedom and self-determination cling to ideas of imposing nationalistic control over others. They invent emotion-laden fictional slogans claiming 'we are one nation' or 'secession is treason' or other sayings designed to justify using the power of the state to impose political unity.  Ultimately, this is an ideology of monopoly and coercion, and tramples the very ideals of freedom that the nationalists claim they hold dear."
Ryan McMaken

"Democracy is an esoteric belief system that manipulates the people in such a way that all power flows to the state. As with pure dictatorships, power flows from the top down. Democracy implies freedom in the public’s mind while power and wealth is constantly channeled to the Federal government. Human liberty is regressively crushed under the one simple word, 'democracy.' The American system has the trappings of representative government — was created to be a representative republic — but is fascism in reality. Fascism with a pretty face (call it democracy) is far more deceptive and sinister."
Bob Livingston

"Philosophically, America adopted fascism, progressivism and socialism. It adopted militarism. All these philosophies (and a good many others) are immoral, and that turns into social failure when they are pursued and elaborated within institutions."
Michael Rozeff

"Truth is the enemy of the state, and the state is eliminating the truth.
Peoples in the United States, Europe, Britain, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, and the various vassal states, such as Japan, all live day in, day out, an orchestrated lie that serves interests directly opposed to the interests of the peoples.
Governments that do not rest on truth rest on tyranny."
Paul Craig Roberts

"The problem is that Americans barely even have a culture anymore. And, assuming being united is a good thing, which is questionable, it’s now impossible anyway. We’re now 'multicultural'—Mexicans, Somalis, Kenyans, Iraqis, Pakistanis—people that generally don’t understand what it means to be an American. Nor do they particularly care to find out. The days of Leave It to Beaver and Father Knows Best are in the distant past.
Today’s Russians are actually more culturally similar to the old America than the new multicultural U.S. is."
Doug Casey

"Both left and right are the same, just different afflictions of authoritarianism. They are as 'different' as a left and a right jackboot on your neck. Those who continue to think in terms of left and right, even after calling themselves libertarians, will never be libertarians.They will never grasp that the only 'versus' that matters and makes sense is libertarianism versus authoritarianism."
Garry Reed

"Men are not omniscient. They are bounded by uncertainty. The free market offers a way to deal with this uncertainty: entrepreneurship. Men of necessity must face the future. They do their best to see what is coming. They delegate to specialists in forecasting the responsibility of allocating resources for future production. Then consumers bid against each other for these goods and services. By their bids, they bless certain entrepreneurs with profits, but thereby curse others with losses. Through the incessant process of resource allocation and bidding, individuals shape the world in which they live."
Gary North

"Guns represent one’s right to defend one’s own self, one’s own spark of existence, one’s own life from unprovoked attack.
Historically speaking, they’ve helped to turn the tables on physically strong predators who wish to prey on the weak, meek and most vulnerable.
Like all technological innovations, they ushered in a new paradigm. Each paradigm has its own set of pros and cons.
Each paradigm is also a psychological construct.
To demolish this psychological paradigm for an illusion (yes, illusion) of safety, even just by chipping away at the idea of it, sets, as history shows, monumentally dangerous precedent.
It’s a step backward."
Chris Campbell

Friday, February 23, 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:

They’re captured and re-branded as “freedom fighters.”

Despite being nuclear armed and possessing one of the most powerful militaries in the world, they apparently can’t protect themselves without the help of Uncle Sam-ski.

So how is it the moral and financial responsibility of US tax slaves to provide protection to Israel?

Let’s hope this comical action exposes the use of grand juries as a political weapon.

In the mean time, the whole world can laugh at them.

After recovering from your laughter, make sure to view the list of The Regime’s own Meddling Moments, if you’re not already familiar with them.

Why, these “exceptional Amerikans” even meddled in evil Russia! And proudly so!

Only the propaganda artists at the Wall Street Journal, New York Times and Washington Post are allowed such access.

They’re prepared to accept more “detainees” while The Emperor searches the world for more “bad dudes.”

They can’t replace old commercial planes and those outdated planes are crashing.

Why not? They’ve already been doing it in Syria.

They want to “desensitize” those evil Russkies to the presence of powerful war machines controlled by a war mongering Regime intent on turning their homeland to glass.

Nothing for them to worry about. No need for any reaction….

Some good news for the resistance:

You have to give the Criminal News Network credit- they keep reaching new lows of desperation to entertain us.

Whoops! Spoke too soon! Here’s still another level of degeneracy reached by these media misfits.

Though this perceived “threat” is probably just a ruse to steal more of your money and considering the fact that every prediction by climate kooks have been 100% wrong, it’s still nice to imagine happening.

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

Secession, anyone?

Sunday, February 18, 2018

Quotes of the Week

Enlightened insights taken from the past week’s reading:

"A conspiracy of US government agencies, tax-exempt think tanks funded by the ruling interests, and media acting in behalf of a war and police state agenda work to shape perceived reality as it is described in George Orwell’s book, '1984,' and in the film, 'The Matrix.' Controlled perception-based reality is only a Facebook 'like' away from killing one person or one million or elevating a liar or the warmonger responsible for the killing to hero status or to the control of the CIA or FBI or the US presidency."
Paul Craig Roberts

"They’ll say if you use bitcoin you’re a money launderer, a drug dealer, a terrorist, or a tax evader. Actually, the morality involved in all those activities is worth a separate discussion… it’s perverse they’re always classed together."
Doug Casey

"In a capitalist society, all human relationships are voluntary. Men are free to cooperate or not, to deal with one another or not, as their own individual judgments, convictions, and interests dictate. They can deal with one another only in terms of and by means of reason, i.e., by means of discussion, persuasion, and contractual agreement, by voluntary choice to mutual benefit. The right to agree with others is not a problem in any society; it is the right to disagree that is crucial. It is the institution of private property that protects and implements the right to disagree — and thus keeps the road open to man’s most valuable attribute (valuable personally, socially, and objectively): the creative mind."
Ayn Rand

"Superficial patriotism is the most attractive form of patriotism for any politician. It encourages spectacle without substance. Bluster without tangible success. Chest-thumping without sacrifice. Any big military parade in the U.S. will be a definitive sign of desperate insecurity and evidence that the American empire is expiring."
Mike Krieger

"Anything that becomes politicized ceases to be about that thing and becomes all about the politics."
Garry Reed

"Do you suppose a 'guaranteed basic income' will give anyone more freedom? It is the ultimate in altruism. The goal of altruism is always to conceal the political agenda, promote ignorance of wealth and finance, create a state of mind of dependence on government and the establishment and quash every form of individualism, independence and creative thinking.
Any form of UBI can only promote ignorance of monetary realism whereby government can perpetually transfer wealth to itself with 'money' that it creates and support the 'morality' of government and the system, not the individual."
Bob Livingston

"Simply asking people to get along isn’t going to work so long as there is a massive power structure in place that is driving the actual fear. If the people are afraid of the Trumps and KKKs of the world, they could demand their politicians dismantle the power structures at the federal level so it cannot be taken over by disfavored groups and reinstall them at a local level where it is far easier to control who hold the reins of power."
Justin Murray

"But if support for the principle of self-determination is to have any meaning whatsoever, it must allow for others to make decisions with which we disagree. Political competition can only benefit all of us. What neither progressives nor conservatives understand — or worse, maybe they do understand — is that secession provides a mechanism for real diversity, a world where we are not all yoked together. It provides a way for people with widely divergent views and interests to live peaceably as neighbors instead of suffering under one commanding central government that pits them against each other."
Jeff Deist

"The incentive system present in the government arrangement is the basic reason why it tends strongly to produce the opposite of what it is supposed to produce and what it claims it is producing. Competition to gain and (mis)use political power does not result in society-wide benefits. It results in an accretion of centralized power and its increasing misuse. Individuals inside the system may seem to be sincerely interested in doing some 'good' things, but it’s always as they see the good. The fact is that they cannot administer power for 'good'. They are too limited even to know what that 'good' is, much less know how to use power to bring it about. And, let’s face it, they are far from selfless servants and neither are their constituencies and donors. Self-interest in the presence of power is toxic, and it will overcome any checks and balances."
Michael Rozeff

"But now, in which direction has latter-day American Liberalism tended? Has it tended towards an expanding régime of voluntary cooperation, or one of enforced cooperation? Have its efforts been directed consistently towards repealing existent measures of State coercion, or towards the devising and promotion of new ones? Has it tended steadily to enlarge or to reduce the margin of existence within which the individual may act as he pleases? Has it contemplated State intervention upon the citizen at an ever-increasing number of points, or at an ever-decreasing number? In short, has it consistently exhibited the philosophy of individualism or the philosophy of Statism?"
Albert Jay Nock

Friday, February 16, 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:

Deadly and unaccountable.

Joyful news for Russophobes, no doubt.

I guarantee the news about the Syrian war in the near future will only get worse.

$20 billion dollars of your stolen money is officially unaccounted for.

Here’s a better idea: Give them nothing!
Let them go to charity or (gasp) work for their groceries!

Giving them food paid for with stolen money is nor more moral or effective than giving them food stamps paid for with stolen money'

Your property is now declared a free canvas for any parasitic, depraved, graffiti thug. Try and stop them and Regime gangsters will steal your cash.

He does so even though he admits his judgement is illegitimate.

To The Regime, a “peaceful settlement” is full surrender, obedience, and servitude to the Empire.

With this arrogance, is it any wonder the paranoid Regime sees enemies everywhere?

So far, all their “regime change tools” have not been effective in securing US Regime domination.

Murderous psychopaths, as usual, declare it’s necessary to replace one dictator with another.

“Those Chineeeeeeeeese might spy on you. Hey, that’s our job!"

Apparently, he didn’t know that government can only commit theft by special actions known as “taxes.”

No sensible insistence on voting ID, but rather Soros-hackable voting machines used by corrupt South American dictators.

They can’t be bothered with such mundane tasks. Political subversion to protect their fiefdom is far more important.

There went your income tax cut……. One hand giveth and the other taketh away.

He claims you are “getting away with murder” by not paying your required tribute.

What a pile of manure! 

This from a creature who leads a regime that outlaws the means for people to defend themselves!

This from a creature who enforces and supports the thousands of (failed) gun grabbing laws that favor criminal parasites over peaceful producers.

This from a creature who murders innocent people around the world with his wars of empire.

This creature would happily kill 17 teenagers in Syria, Yemen, Afghanistan, or anywhere else if it served the interests of the empire- and then would blame their deaths on the resident tyrant! “It’s your fault. You did not surrender to Exceptional America!”

This creature is in no position of credibility to make such statements!

Some good news for the resistance:

It’s always a joyful experience to watch murdering monsters get eaten by their own.

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

Secession, anyone?

Sunday, February 11, 2018

Quotes of the Week

Enlightened insights taken from the past week’s reading:

"This American 'idea' came from somewhere – ideas cannot exist absent the people who hold these.  I have written often enough from where this idea comes.  It grew on a specific soil – a specific cultural and civilizational soil.  It hasn’t been demonstrated, to my knowledge, that it can grow on any other soil for any extended period of time.
So what happens when the elite work to replace the soil?  Why is it that open-borders libertarians join the likes of open-borders Soros in this endeavor?"
Bionic Mosquito

"The State is, by its nature, a coercive institution. And coercion of any type should be kept to a minimum in any society. That means the State should be limited to protecting you from domestic coercion with police. Foreign coercion with an army. And facilitating the adjudication of disputes with a court system. In today’s world, however, it does none of those things effectively—but tries to do everything else."
Doug Casey

"Resentment is at work when one so hates somebody for his more favorable circumstances that one is prepared to bear heavy losses if only the hated one might also come to harm. Many of those who attack capitalism know very well that their situation under any other economic system will be less favorable. Nevertheless, with full knowledge of this fact, they advocate a reform, e.g., socialism, because they hope that the rich, whom they envy, will also suffer under it."
Ludwig von Mises

"The question at hand – whether here in the United States or anywhere on this Earth – is whether the individual has rights that others are bound to respect – morally as well as legally.
Or, not.
Is your physical body is your exclusive property – to do with as you see fit? If it is, then you are a free man. If it is not, you are a slave – the degree of your slavery being morally(as well as logically) immaterial.
Theft is theft. Rebranding legalized theft as 'taxes doesn’t change the nature of the thing. A person’s property is taken from him by violence. This is theft, by whatever name.
Moral human interactions are either voluntary and consensual – the concept of free association – or they are not. When a man is forced to interact with other men in any way whatsoever, he is no longer a free man.
Do you agree  – or disagree – with the proposition that the only moral basis for interfering with any man is when he causes tangible harm to the person or property of another free man?
If you do not agree, then you believe in conditional privileges  . . . as articulated in the Constitution."
Eric Peters

"History demonstrates that genuine freedom cannot be invented whole cloth nor imposed among any people who have no organic tradition of it. Responsible self-government is not a prize or a trinket that can be taken up merely by a change of scenery. When unrestrained masses who have never known freedom and who believe in mindless superstitions like witchcraft and voodoo are set loose on the land and on the people, there is an unwholesome clash of cultures."
Bob Livingston

"It may be argued that ours is a government that was designed to do exactly what it has and to become exactly what it has become, an empire. Maybe, but is this empire necessary for the market order that has produced our great benefits? Absolutely not. Or has this growth in government retarded the benefits of that market order? Without a doubt."
Michael Rozeff

"By its collaboration with the military/security complex and the corrupt Hillary DNC, the liberal/progressive/left has forever discredited itself. It is now seen by every thinking person worldwide as an insane propaganda ministry for the neoconservatives’ plan to use nuclear weapons to eliminate constraints on US unilateralism. The liberal/progressive/left has endorsed 'hegemony or death.' They will get death. For all of us."
Paul Craig Roberts

Friday, February 9, 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:

Apparently, The Regime is just not killing enough people around the world. He makes it sound like his fighters are armed with nothing but pea shooters.

He says tax slaves need to cough up another $50 billion to create just the right amount of lethality.

He wants more ways to threaten them, which in turn, creates more motivation for North Korea to develop even more lethal weapons. This approach only makes sense to a complete idiot.

He calls them “sanctions.”

How often does this happen with those not in any “official capacity.”

Of course they blame it on you because you will be suffering slightly less tax-theft. As usual, no mention is ever made of possibly spending less.

Which is why The Emperor needs still more stolen loot to “rebuild” the military. 

Having this depraved display on May Day would be more appropriate than July 4th. 

Perhaps the god-Trump’s strategy to defeat North Korea is to be more like them! Or is it a backdoor way to eliminate some leftist goblins?

That’s $45 billion more to help the Kabul Regime “defend” themselves- which they still can’t do after 16 years.

Honestly, does it really matter to you who the hell rules Afghanistan?

For you scoring at home, that’s $3080 per meal.

The brilliant minds at FEMA thought a crooked contractor that sells clothes was capable of large scale disaster relief.

But heck, she’s a black female. And that’s what’s important.

Why not send FEMA to North Korea to help starve them (see above)?

He wants to throw out “blue ribbon committees” and instead, mimic the Philippines. Which means thousands of extrajudicial killings.

That should make your streets a fun place to hang out…..

This from the same individual that gave us “WMD” in Iraq….Spreading dis-information seems to be a required activity of ex-emperors- especially cotton pickin’ ones.

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

Secession, anyone?

Sunday, February 4, 2018

Quotes of the Week

Enlightened insights taken from the past week’s reading:

"To claim that these powerful new media corporations are just private companies practicing their freedom to determine what happens on their property is to bury your head in the sand and ignore the extent to which these digital super states are already inextricably interwoven with existing power structures. In a corporatist system of government, which America unquestionably has, corporate censorship is government censorship, of an even more pernicious strain than if Jeff Sessions were touring the country burning books. The more advanced artificial intelligence becomes, the more adept these power structures will become at manipulating us."
Caitlin Johnstone

"Real libertarians – in contrast to left-libertarian fakes – must study and take account of real people and real human history in order to design a libertarian strategy of social change, and even the most cursory study in this regard – indeed, little more than common sense – yields results completely opposite from those proposed by libertarian fakes."
Hans-Herman Hoppe

"The way we're going to move forward in this world is not by finding a person who's good enough to make bad systems work, but by investing in systems that incentivize even the bad person to make himself or herself accountable to creating value for others. And I know of no other system like that than the free market."
T.K. Coleman

"Conservatives tend to be instinctive 'rule of law' sycophants who are a curious hybrid of Romans 13 idolaters and Constitutional fetishists who believe that no parchment can be indecorous enough to enable larger government. The history proves them violently wrong."
Bill Buppert

"'The people' – it sounds dreamy – have no 'will' – and are certainly not sovereign – because no such creature as 'the people' exists in fact; the term is a rhetorical device used  by lawyers to legitimate the trampling of the rights of individual people – who do exist and have rights. These must be respected – morally as well as legally – else they are merely conditional privileges subject to modification or outright revocation at the whim of any politician, or group of them – or court – which declares it is acting on behalf of 'the people.'
In fact, of course, these politicians and so on are acting on behalf of themselves. Or a clique. They cannot ever be acting on behalf of all, in which case the rights of some are  necessarily abused. And if is permissible to abuse the rights of some, then the rights of none are secure – are anything other than conditional privileges.
As intended."
Eric Peters

"To power seekers, the most attractive government is some form of collectivism. It can be any name, but it must be collectivism. Collectivism is ideal for government expansion at the expense of the people. Collectivism attracts hard-wired psychopaths who use the system for cronyism and their aggrandizement. They care not one whit about constitutional government and the rule of law. They only care about a political facade to hide their chicanery.
The result is the collectivist American system that has gradually adopted the 10 planks of communism without Americans even being aware of it."
Bob Livingston

"Even if the Russian government were directly or indirectly involved in trying to influence the U.S. elections, the answer is, 'Why not?'
U.S. elections influence the rest of the world. The Russians, the Europeans, Koreans, Chinese—everybody—have a huge stake in who the Kardashian-watching Walmart shoppers vote for in the quadrennial popularity contest. If the U.S. Government didn’t have hundreds of military bases around the world, and didn’t control the world’s financial system, they wouldn’t care nearly as much.
Not only that, the U.S. has a long history of actively, violently, and directly influencing the elections in foreign countries in every way possible, most recently in the Ukraine. And if that doesn’t work, fomenting a coup d’etat."
Doug Casey

"What makes those who pilot our empire think they have the right to intervene anywhere they please? They say that they do it for the good ends that they imagine are their noble inspirations. They say that they do it expecting good results. They invariably assure us that they are acting humanely and righteously. They assure us that this is for own security as well as to make a better world.
Our aspirations and expectations do not, however, confer rights on us to intervene in the affairs of others. If they did, then we’d have to accept and approve of the rights of others to intervene in our lives. Do we accept their rights to do so? Of course not. If they have no such rights to invade our property, our lands, our ways and our lives, then neither do we have rights to invade theirs. Will lives be led as a free-for-all in which everyone may invade anyone else, or will we adopt civilized behavior in which we follow rules that respect the ways of others by not intervening in their political systems?"
Michael Rozeff

"There is a Deep State. What are we saying when we talk about a Deep State? We're talking about the people who survive presidents. These are not political appointees who come and go in this office or that office. They're the people who are senior enough to influence policy, to shape the government's understanding of an issue... they cause harm, they violate rights, they make us the United States less safe as a nation. And they destabilize peace, not just here at home but around the world..."
Edward Snowden

Friday, February 2, 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:

You now get to pay more for that device that keeps your heart beating. Do you want to continue to live? Then, pay up!

It’s a “requirement issue” demanded by The Regime.

They need to be able to fly around the world with 3000 meals!

All to “protect us” from Big Bad China. The reality, of course, is one network will make it easier to spy on you.

A final decision hasn’t been made, but keep an eye on this.

They’re going to “advise and assist” Afghan troops….which they’ve already been doing for years.

“This is not going to be like previous deployments.”

I think we’ve heard that before. Their mentality is if an approach has failed in the past, just give it another name and repeat!

And now the Pentagram is blocking information to help decide whether this method will even be “successful.”

No mention is made anywhere whether “The Troops” will continue to protect the native pedophiles.

Here’s a far more sensible approach- Replace “advise and assist” with “GTFO!

But only data proving their crimes.

Oh, they make sure to grope her, alright. They just don’t notice she doesn’t have a ticket!

This is the "security you" get for $7.6 billion per year.

He wants more “bad dudes” to rot in a cage without trial.

"All within the state, nothing outside the state, nothing against the state."

This is The Regime's definition of "unity."

It’s been in decline for years. It barely made the Top 20.

Where would an independent Texas rank? Top 10?

Some good news for the resistance:

Not everyone is afraid or intimidated by the Big Bad Wolf!

If you’re interested, you can locate secret military bases and black sites.

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

Secession, anyone?