Sunday, April 29, 2018

Quotes of the Week

Enlightened insights taken from the past week’s reading:

"The greatest evil is not now done … in concentration camps and labour camps. In those we see its final result. But it is conceived and ordered (moved, seconded, carried, and minuted) in clean, carpeted, warmed and well-lighted offices, by quiet men with white collars and cut fingernails and smooth-shaven cheeks who do not need to raise their voices. Hence, naturally enough, my symbol for Hell is something like the bureaucracy of a police state or the office of a thoroughly nasty business concern."
C.S. Lewis

"Talks of 'decartelization' of big corporations, like Amazon, for example, is seen as economically progressive by the mainstream politicos.
To them, it makes perfect sense that we would need to unravel the great tyranny of products and services. 
And yet, those who call for the decartelization of large and powerful nation-states (or supranational states) are deemed by the same flock as 'reactionaries' … or 'backwards' … against progress. 
Why? Because, in the current paradigm of modern democracy, power is a fixed pie. 
Peter must take from Paul in order to thrive. And government is the great doler."
Chris Campbell

"Even if there were no constitution and/or no Second Amendment, that is, even if the constitution were amended in an attempt to eliminate or modify this right, this right would still be a human right and a natural right. The right to defend oneself necessarily accompanies the rights to one’s life, liberty and property; because unless one has the means to effect those rights, they are not in effect, and life as a material human being doesn’t get much more basic than possessing rights to one’s life, liberty and property."
Michael Rozeff

"Until PPS [private property society] is achieved shouldn’t we prefer that government policies closely match what would likely be the rules when it is achieved? Open borders advocates should direct their wrath at government intruding itself into what could otherwise be a private property society rather than at those of us who wish to solve the problem by creating that society. Why some want to welcome violent (do I need to say, virulently anti-libertarian) people into American society is beyond me."
Jim Cox

"Men threatening insurgency, armed struggle and violent noncompliance are going to have a hard go of it if they don’t stop getting butt-hurt at the guy refusing to stand for the National Anthem at the ball game. It did occur to them that taking up arms against their government Praetorians and advocating break up of the nation isn’t exactly the same nationalistic patriotism they advocate, right?"
John Myers

"Democracy is an organism used to pacify the people. And what is an organism? An organism is a repetitive dogma that neutralizes the mind. Its purpose is to integrate the freedom concept of democracy into the American psyche. It is not formal. It has no overt organization. It may function legally or illegally within the law or above the law. It is never identified as to its true name and purpose. It has no ethnic, social or legal connotation. It is powerful psychological warfare."
Bob Livingston

"There is, of course, no such thing as a white or black race. There are many different nationalities of whites, and they have done a good job throughout history of killing each other. Similarly, there are many different black tribes and Asian ethnicities who also have fought more among themselves than with others. But all of this goes by the wayside, along with the fact that in the world the 'racial minorities' are actually majorities and the 'white majority' is actually a minority. There are more Chinese or Indians alone than there are white people." 
Paul Craig Roberts

"Poor people are usually poor for a reason. They have bad habits. I know all the excuses and sob stories, and some of them are even true. But I don’t want to associate with people who have bad habits, whether they’re rich or poor."
Doug Casey

"Thought-control is necessary for the repression of populations ruled by despotic regimes. That it is proudly and openly being used by self-described liberals and human-rights advocates in free societies is not only hypocritical and shocking; it is a form of aiding and abetting regimes whose ultimate goal is to eradicate Western ideals. The relationship between the two must be recognized for what it is: a marriage made in hell."

"We should never try to make the welfare state slightly more efficient. Our goal should be to let the monstrosity die in full public view, and stink up the environment.We don't need to make Medicare more efficient. We need to let it go bankrupt in full public view. We should tell people why it is going bankrupt. We should show people why it cannot be reformed. We should tell them not to become dependent on it. Above all, we should not try to fix it. Anything that could be done to fix it is simply a way to extend the life of the fascist state.
The way to fight the fascist state is to show that it is inherently morally corrupt, and that any attempt to make it slightly less corrupt is simply putting the monstrosity on life support. Let it go belly-up as soon as possible.
Anything that cuts its funding is a good idea. Anything that embarrasses it is a good idea.
We should never try to reform the welfare state. We should seek only to bankrupt it."
Gary North

Thursday, April 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:

Regime Claims ‘Authority’ to Make War at Will

And who or what gives them this “authority?”

They do!

Your DC and world overlords will then have global, real time video spying capability for every square inch of the earth.

They need more space to keep their favorite killing machines.

More “talks” that have nothing to do with North American security.

We now live under a Regime where the Emperor claims the power to create law. Loyalists call it a “republic.”

We now live under a Regime that requires its judges to be illiterate and ignorant.

It’s in the “national interest,” after all.

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

Secession, anyone?

Sunday, April 22, 2018

Quotes of the Week

Enlightened insights taken from the past week’s reading:

"Trump is seen as a sort of caricature of Based Stickman in the White House by his constituency out bashing in commies heads all day long. When in fact, he is just a typical New York City liberal who made a bunch of money and got elected by promising a government wall boondoggle. Centrist statism of the worst sort rules his actions. Even though he has signed the biggest budget in history, threatens to take America into the next world war with Syrian intervention, and ironically enough, wants at least 5 or 6 gun control measures added to the federal registry of an already over whelming 76,000+ pages, the Molon Labers still view him as the iconic symbol of liberty and the bulwark against the Left, the 'real enemy.'
'Cognitive dissonance is only dissonant if you recognize it.' Indeed."
John Myers

"We notice that whenever there is a 'populist' movement in politics, it almost always leads to the military wing of the Deep State taking control.
Caesar, Lenin, Mao, Mussolini, Hitler, Perón, Castro—revolutions begun in the name of the 'people' tend to degrade into military dictatorships.
Why? Because government is always a way for the few to take advantage of the many… and the fraud is easier to pull off when you can invoke those atavistic 'us versus them' emotions.
The lumpen naturally rally ‘round the flag and support the military—no matter how absurd the situation.
And if they don’t, you shoot them."
Bill Bonner

"All nation states are built upon group dynamics which by nature attract parasite classes and inferior people. Finally, this evolves into implosion and self-destruction. 
In the last days, there is not enough individualism left to pose a threat to the government. No matter then, as government is in a state of vast corruption and it begins to collapse under its own weight, the mob turns on itself."
Bob Livingston

"It is absurd to expect governments to descend into barbarism gradually, step by step — as if there were a train schedule to political hell and people could get off at any stop along the way. People forget how quickly the forms of political power can turn civilized behavior into unrestrained pillage and mass violence. Most people strolling the streets of German towns in the late 1920s would never have suspected that, within two decades, the government would launch a policy of genocide. Similarly, someone visiting Moscow in 1913 or Phnom Penh in 1969 would probably not have seen the barbarity just around the bend. Politicians rarely give formal warnings of how they intend to abuse the power they acquire."
James Bovard

"Considering that the only slavery experienced by any living black or white person is income tax slavery, race is an issue only because it has been orchestrated as an issue along with gender and sexual preference. These divisive issues are the products of Identity Politics spawned by cultural Marxism.
In real Marxism, conflict is class conflict. Workers and capitalists have different interests, and history is a struggle between material interests. The capitalist is the villain and the workers are the victims.
In the pseudo Marxism of Identity Politics, the white race is the villain, especially the white heterosexual male, and racial minorities, women, and homosexuals are the victims."
Paul Craig Roberts

"We human beings cannot blame devils, angels or Gods for what we do. Freedom to choose and act is an essential part of our makeup, and no devil, angel or God can be held responsible for this freedom or its consequences when we use it. If they can be held responsible, not each of us, and we lack such primary freedom that’s beyond any devil or any God, then what? Are we machines ruled by predetermined causes in some sort of choreographed and senseless lives? In that case, the result is nihilism. Our freedom to act may be an illusion, but if it is, it’s an illusion we can be sure of, a very convincing one."
Michael Rozeff

"The prime directive of every living entity—including governments—is to survive. They’ll try to do so at any cost. They’re like giant dinosaurs in their death throes, thrashing around wildly. They’re very dangerous. You’re going to have to be a very smart little mammal that hides in a hole to not get crushed by them."
Doug Casey

"While I believe that Texas would be wise to maintain her own separate sovereignty apart from yet another union, the idea of splitting the USA according to ideology is an idea whose time has come. Such a divorce is not ideal, but sometimes the only solution is to separate. This was true between the US and Great Britain, between Texas and Mexico, India and the UK, Great Britain and the EU, and now among the states of America. If for nostalgia’s sake, or our worship at the altar of Lincoln, we insist on keeping the Union together, determined to continue the holy-war (glory, glory, hallelujah!) to force our will on the 49%, confident that we will eventually make them like what we’re forcing on them, then we at least better be prepared to be on losing side of that equation."
Ryan Thorson

"The use of right and left is profoundly misleading, there is only individualist and collectivist and the latter are always interventionists in every way. The Left-Right descriptor muddles any explanatory framework. ALL political actors are de facto and de jure communists in the collectivist potential once the machinery of government rolls forth."
Bill Buppert

"Right now, hubris-soaked politicos and elites can entertain the fantasy that NYC, Boston, LA, San Francisco, Chicago, etc., are irresistible: they're not.They're great for those feeding at the trough but not so great for those filling the trough."
Charles Hugh Smith

Thursday, April 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:

Who could have ever imagined that steel tariffs would create higher steel prices…..?

I wonder- Are these suffering subjects feeling any stronger now?

They claim to have proof of Syrian government involvement but….they, uh…aren’t going to show that proof…uh, just yet…

The facts are now coming to light that this “chemical attack” never even happened.

“Illegal” as regards the useless but loyalist worshipped “constitution.” But the Emperor makes his own law.

I thought the target might be another aspirin factory, but no, The criminal US Regime went a notch lower and destroyed a center producing anti-cancer drugs.

But don’t worry, this bombardment is just a “one time shot.” If that’s so, than why is there an armada on the way to the Middle east and doomsday planes in the air?

How many more murderous lies will you tolerate?

How much longer will you tolerate The Regime’s “comprehensive strategy” to destabilize and destroy the Middle East?

Just follow the money to see what will happen next.

Sounds vaguely familiar, doesn’t it?

I’m sure you familiar with the crimes that followed the previous use of the lying phrase.

They declare sanctions which causes a devaluation of Russian and Chinese currencies.

Then, The Emperor whines to Russia and China… for devaluing their currencies!

Mein Fuhrer, please take a look at your own Federal Reserve!

Everyone just move along- No blatant hypocrisy to see here.

Everyone just move along, The Emperor was just kidding…

This was easy to predict.

Immoral and criminal behavior is acceptable as long as it serves the interests of the Empire.

Government intervention in our lives always winds up hurting more than helping and winds up creating even more problems.

Is this why loyalists wanted a “businessman” as Emperor?

A big success of his was a $7 billion sale of weapons to a dictatorial regime (and ISIS supporter) controlled by Middle Eastern medieval monkeys. And yes, that same clan of robed dictators who assisted with the 911 attacks.

This sets up a sweet scam for the Regime- Bust companies for NOT hiring invaders.....then later, sending in ICE to raid those companies...for HIRING invaders! 

The Regime controlled courts will issue a typical goofy ruling that companies can be prosecuted for both and the DC Criminals increase their shakedown revenue. And such action will be justified in the name of "national security."

The obsession and worship of The Holy Canine continues to infect minds. They now want to forcibly spread their sickness to all of us and violate our property rights.

They consider you saving money as being “unfair.”

And it’s no surprise that this particular area is rich in oil.

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

Secession, anyone?

Sunday, April 15, 2018

Quotes of the Week

Enlightened insights taken from the past week’s reading:

"The absence of coercive state machinery has nothing to do with creating or maintaining the conditions that foster the creative and pragmatic functioning of societies. The self-interests of men and women freely exchanging with one another is sufficient to allow them to peacefully cooperate one with another for their mutual benefit. That mankind will always be plagued by those who are attracted to plunder as their least-costly means of acquiring wealth, as well as by misanthropes who enjoy the exercise of power over others, should dissuade the rest of us from setting up the machinery for the accomplishment of such ends."
Butler Shaffer

"‘Common sense’ reform is often anything but -- and excludes in the conversation the underlying problem… 
The men behind the guns… the knives… the cars… the blunt objects… the cups of acid… the fists… the knees… the legs… the teeth… 
The criminals! (And precisely why they feel the need to commit violence in the first place.) 
It’s simple. 
Piling on more laws doesn’t make for a safer society. 
It creates more criminals, and punishes law-abiding citizens." 
Chris Campbell

"The only way to protect the right of Texans to bear arms from from a federal government determined to eventually relegate the second amendment to the dust-bin of history is to assert our tenth amendment rights, reclaim full Texas sovereignty, and resign the Union. All other measures are a delay tactic, a losing battle. In light of the otherwise inevitable total-supremacy of the federal government, those that still want to bet the farm on Washington, giving it another thousand chances, might want to sell their guns now, while they’re still allowed to get something for them. For make no mistake, momentum is on the side of the gun-grabbers, and Washington is more likely to help them achieve their goals than stand in their way."
Ryan Thorson

"Private policing includes private self-defense, and that includes guns in the hands of people who have not disqualified themselves. When the same commie and socialist types who are against paying for policing also insist on gun control, can we believe that they really have the interests of poor people at heart? The vocal commies and socialists who lead the charge against capitalism and wealth want one thing, and that is to control governments themselves so that they can rape private property holders and the 'wealthy'. They intend to inflict their own totalitarian measures."
Michael Rozeff

"When this melange talk about defending 'tradition and community' what are they  [conservatives] talking about? Defending traditional French cuisine? Performing classical music such as grand opera? Defending traditional ethnic folk dancing, clogging, or square dancing? No, they are talking about defending the state, that hegemonic and parasitic entity which, from the time of ancient Sumer, has been the source of  the greatest criminal conspiracy ever perpetuated upon humanity. All States originate in conquest and exploitation, and as elite oligarchies, continue to exercise this monopoly of crime over their subject peoples through war, taxation, conscription, and indoctrination. All statists would be totalitarians if they could get away with it."
Charles Burris

"Little do ideological armies fighting for world supremacy realize that whoever wins, if any win, will turn out to be the same identical system of authoritarianism based on manipulation of the indoctrinated masses.
In fact, all wars or so-called ideological struggles between combatants whose only difference is in their names. Not one in 10 million will ever know that Nazi Germany was exactly like American democracy that has replaced the republic. Both democracy and Fascism are/were ruled by authoritarianism based on group propaganda and the subversion of the individual."
Bob Livingston

"Anyone who thinks [splitting up the Union] is a radical idea has an extremely narrow view of history. If you don’t believe me, go try to book a plane ticket to Czechoslovakia, or look at a map of Europe from the year 1600, then look at one today. See any differences? Borders move. Countries split and change hands. They do this for a myriad of reasons. Ours would be a major cultural shift toward the left and half the country refusing to go along with tyranny."
Jesse Kelly

"Oddly, it’s only whites, males, and Christians that have to be careful using 'hate speech' or non-PC speech today. Members of so-called 'historically oppressed' minorities can say whatever they want. Which is pretty rich, since they’re actually majorities in many parts of the US today. And their native cultures allow for about zero freedom of speech—or any other kind of freedom, for that matter."
Doug Casey

"The best way to stop government school shootings is shutter every one of them raze them to the ground and fire every government teacher in America. Then the rebuilding can begin."
Bill Buppert

"A woman who demands further gun control legislation is like a chicken who roots for Colonel Sanders."
Larry Elder

Friday, April 13, 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:

But you, the suffering subject, need not worry. His Highness claims you’ll “be much stronger” in the end.

Yea, sure- I always feel “stronger” when I see my bank account shrink. Why not take everything, mein Fuhrer? Then we’ll all be super strong!

Here we have still another tyrannical oaf who can’t read plain English.

Note the statements with no backing in law or reality, but merely using previous misinterpretations by preceding Clowns-in-Gowns.

Notice the 2008 statement by Clown Scalia who claims that the Second Amendment “does not provide a right to keep and carry any weapon whatsoever in any manner and for whatever purpose.”

A well rounded twelve year old would know that the US Constitution “provides” no rights. It merely affirms those rights as inalienable and off limits to any restriction toward or abuse by the US Regime.

Mr. Spooner’s words and conclusions are ringing loudly in my ears.

Why rely on an ineffective and expensive 3000 year old “technology?” Why not build minefields monitored by small drones? Post plenty of warning signs in multiple languages: “You enter, you die.”

Problem solved.

Maybe such a daunting obstacle will plant a message in the parasite’s head: “Maybe this isn’t a place I want to invade and parasitize, after all.”

They’re concerned about “accuracy in media.”

This confused creature is creating a coalition of fellow gangsters to start a world war over accusations that have no evidence to back them.

The Regime has no interest in a multi-polar world.

Hypocrisy is never in short supply among the DC Death Cult.

According to Regime “logic,” you don’t outright abolish evil, you merely “reform” it to fool the abused slave who is forced to finance it all.

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

Secession, anyone?

Sunday, April 8, 2018

Quotes of the Week

Enlightened insights taken from the past week’s reading:

"Our well-intentioned great-grandparents didn’t mean to saddle anyone with trillions of dollars in unfunded liabilities when they let Congress pass the Social Security Act of 1935, but that’s exactly what they did.    
So when gun control advocates insist they simply want commonsense measures imposed, or that 'nobody wants to take your guns,' the answer for many Americans is clear: we don’t believe you."
Jeff Deist

"My best suggestion is to argue with actions, not words. Live the life you deserve, the life that makes you a free individual. The government talks big and thumps its chest, but really they just make an example of a few people and the rest fall in line. Fly under the radar, refuse to engage with the divisive politics, and let people judge you by your actions and lifestyle."
Joe Jarvis

"There is an incentive problem with companies running prisons when their costs are paid by taxes. Their incentive is to extract more taxes. Their incentive is to stiffen laws so as to produce inmates. Their incentive is for costs of imprisonment to rise. These perverse incentives can be ended and reversed by companies that supply law enforcement competitively. If they supply imprisonment demanded by their customers, then they internalize the costs. They then have the incentive to control such costs. They have an incentive to supply rehabilitation and reduce time spent in prison."
Michael Rozeff

"Philosophy is perfectly right in saying that life must be understood backward. But then one forgets the other clause – that it must be lived forward."
Soren Kierkegaard

"Unlike cousins from other species who depend upon an abundance of instincts to guide their behavior, we humans must rely upon our conscious and unconscious minds for direction in an uncertain and unpredictable world. We have a survival need for energized intelligence; but in a world in which virtually every facet of human action is dominated by political intervention, control, and dictate, the processes of intelligent thought are replaced by coercively-enforced whims and fantasies. Only individuals are capable of thought; groups of people are not. Civilizations are created by individuals; they are destroyed by collectives."
Butler Shaffer

"Repeated words or word phrases, like viruses, are biochemical organisms that cause an altered state of consciousness. It is electro-chemical pathology that numbs the senses, resulting in programmed thought patterns. 
With words and phrases like democracy, and others I call 'code words,' the elites who become the masters over the collective can get individuals to commit acts they wouldn’t normally commit. The individuals get the benefit of attributing those acts to the collective, thereby avoiding individual blame and responsibility.
This word manipulation subverts human individuality, the ego, into group consciousness. Indications are dependency on the group and dependency on authoritarianism. We see this with the clamor for 'federal gun laws' and all other manner of cries for liberty to be taken away in order to achieve the appearance of safety and peace."
Bob Livingston

"Today an American, or one in the important cities, cannot look himself or herself in the mirror unless they have ripped off some trusting or powerless person or persons. Judging by the carnage that Americans have inflicted in the 21st century alone on Afghans, Iraqis, Libyans, Syrians, Pakistanis, Somalias, Serbians, and, by supporting Israel and Saudi Arabia, on Palestinians and Yemenis, Americans have ceased to consider others except as unexceptional and dispensable people, who can be driven into the ground without upsetting any American’s concept of right and wrong."
Paul Craig Roberts

"The time is fast approaching when we all must recognize that the U.S. is too big and too deeply divided along values and politics to ever really be one people. If we want to avoid civil-strife, self-determination is the only peaceful answer. A people has a right to make its own determination about what laws are useful to their society, even if they are considered by outsiders to be the wrong decision. After all, like individuals have the right to their own bad counsel, so a society is entitled to its own bad government."
Ryan Thorson

"Know this. The government is a death cult no matter how appealing the colored rags fluttering, the bad music playing and vapid stares by fellow Helots star-struck by the latest promises of loot in the land of milk and honey."
Bill Buppert

Thursday, April 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:

When you think about it, who has more experience in creating destruction and death than the US Regime?

It’s done through the patent gatekeepers and their standard deceiving lie, “In the interest of national security.”

Whether you and others die will be decided by an algorithm.

Over $3 Billion of your stolen wealth disappeared to the land of Who Knows Where.

Their excuse is you just didn’t pay enough in taxes so they could afford to keep better track of the money they steal, waste, and…lose.

He may have an even better public relations program than The Regime to spread his propaganda.

And look who he is visiting.  Gangsters and war criminals galore!

This just one day after The Emperor (talking out of his ass, as usual) says troops will soon be leaving altogether.

If your product only worked 30% of the time, how long would you remain in business, let alone still get billions for your inferior, over hyped product?

Apparently, there are still parts of the desert that have yet to be bombed.

Just as their left wing authoritarian cousins do, they run to their DC Daddy to force private individuals and entities to behave to their specifications.

These are private platforms who are free to discriminate any way they so please. Those who scream “First Amendment!” don’t seem to understand that those words on parchment only apply to actions by the state, not private individuals and entities.

No one is has any legal or moral obligation to provide a platform, soapbox or microphone to your ideas or creations.

Should InfoWars be required to publish material by left wing morons?

Regulation brings control. That newly created control is practiced exclusively by the state. TV stations are highly regulated. They are now nothing more than tightly scripted propaganda organs for The Regime.

Do you really want internet platforms to morph into the same conforming, obedient broadcasters of ideological uniformity? 

Are these proponents of such regulation so naïve as to not see the possibility of this new power backfiring against these very same proponents? What happens when a new Emperor, hostile to right wing views, takes control? 

If you truly want a “free internet” you have to tolerate the good with the bad. The answer is not state coercion which further destroys liberty in the long run. The answer is seeking and creating alternative platforms and not being customers of the platforms you despise. Let the market punish their poor choices.

Whiny, lazy bitches beg their overlords for coercive assistance. Free, responsible men choose the latter course of action.

As far as Amazon’s relationship with the Post Office- Why isn’t The Emperor attacking the Post Office for operating at a loss (eleven straight years and counting)? Why attack Amazon for getting a sweet deal courtesy of government morons?

Some good news for the resistance:

One of the first steps is taken toward replacing The FRN with real money.

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

Secession, anyone?

Sunday, April 1, 2018

Quotes of the Week

Enlightened insights taken from the past week’s reading:

"When a single remote legislature controls a continent, then a small group wishing to dominate the whole need suborn only a few hundred members of its Congress and a few judges on its Supreme Court. By corrupting one city, they can impose any law they choose on all. That the people of many states find the law odious matters little as they can do nothing about it.
If however the people of each state made their own laws, the small group in New York would have to purchase fifty legislatures, each being under the scrutiny of the people of the state. The more local the government, the more responsive to the will of the governed. It would not be possible to establish a uniform despotism."
Fred Reed

"I think we can safely say that the Trump experiment is a failure, or at least far less effective than many in Texas had hoped it would be. Trump was sold as the one man who could hold the line against the establishment in Washington, but instead he’s many times proved to be someone who will go along with establishment, while complaining about it in the process in an effort to placate his base. It’s time Texas stop putting its faith in Washington saviors, flashy messianic figures that promise different while delivering same. We’d be better off if we’d fix things on our own, as an independent republic, because it’s clear now that Washington will not fix things for us."
Ryan Thorson

"If one looks closely at the Trump administration, they will find that the people within the cabinet are changing constantly, but the elitist and globalist organizations and ideologies those people represent are always present within the White House. They never leave.
The swamp is not being 'drained,' it is simply being shifted around so that the American people can't keep up with the names of the swamp creatures and the positions they hold."
Bob Livingston

"Americans acting through the U.S. government have no right to inflict so-called 'good', which is far more frequently evil anyway, on any people or portion of a people of another nation. For the U.S. Ambassador to the U.N. to argue that 'states are compelled to take their own [interfering] action' is an insult to international law and relations, and yet it perpetuates the thinking and tragically the very bloody action at the highest levels of the U.S. government that have gone on for far too many years. Is it not time to see and say clearly that no nation is above the law of nations, and that no nation can enforce its perverted version of that law in the name of a compulsion or even a strong feeling of moral obligation?"
Michael Rozeff

"Economic globalism brings wealth. Political globalism brings poverty. 
Economic globalism is about getting government out the way. It's about laissez-faire, being hands, off, and promoting the freedom to innovate, trade, and associate freely with others. 
Political globalism, on the other hand, is about control, rules, central planning, and coercion. 
Some careless observers may lump all this together and declare 'globalism' to be a wonderful thing. But when we pay a little more attention to the details, things aren't quite so clear."
Ryan McMaken

"In 1913 the relationship between the State and Society was reversed. Areas which had heretofore been considered within the private domain, sacred ground so to speak, were now invaded by the arrogant and enriched State, and within thirty years the individual was squeezed into a corner so small that even his soul lacked elbow room. His case was far worse than it was in 1776; in exchange for an income tax King George III would have conceded every point made against him by the colonists, and might even have done penance for past sins. But, such was the character of these Americans that they challenged him to battle because he presumed to impose a miserable tax on tea. What they won at Yorktown was lost by their offspring one hundred and thirty-two years later."
Frank Chodorov

"If the stars in the sky or the atoms of uranium disintegrate in spontaneous explosion, it is not because their substance has lost its balance. It is because matter has attempted to expand beyond the impassable barriers set to every accumulation. Their mass has become too big. 
If the human body has become diseased, it is, as in cancer, because a cell, or a group of cells, has begun to outgrow its allotted narrow limits. 
And if the body of a people becomes diseased with the fever of aggression, brutality, collectivism, or massive idiocy, it is not because it has fallen victim to bad leadership or mental derangement. 
It is because human beings, so charming as individuals or in small aggregations, have been welded into over-concentrated social units such as mobs, unions, cartels or great powers."
Leopold Kohr

"When it come to guns, the paper on your targets at the range pays far more dividends than reliance on the fetid slaver document celebrated and interpreted differently by left and right alike.
The Second Amendment doesn’t protect shit, it merely codifies a pre-existing or a priori right to self-defense. The government can no more nullify the right than it can force people to shut up, not drive and breathe. This doesn’t mean they won’t try and attempt to cloak their evil in legalese and legislative nonsense. This doesn’t mean they won’t pass law after law stacked like skyscrapers in the august chambers where the robed government employees will rubber stamp the nonsense when they take the time to bother doing anything.
At least a repeal of the Second Amendment would put some honesty in the entire enterprise by the government supremacists to make America England again and be a clone of the sinking island hell-hole across the Atlantic."
Bill Buppert

"The slaughter committed by barbarians would not add up to one-tenth the horrors perpetrated by rulers with good intentions."
Isabel Paterson

"If someone has a gun and is trying to kill you, it would be reasonable to shoot back with your own gun."
Dalai Lama

"The rifle itself has no moral stature since it has no will of its own. Naturally, it may be used by evil men for evil purposes, but there are more good men than evil, and while the latter cannot be persuaded to the path of righteousness by propaganda, they can certainly be corrected by good men with rifles."
Jeff Cooper