Thursday, May 31, 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:

“Stand and worship the god-State and its war rag… or leave!”

Feel safer now?

And then they lie about not doing it.

The demonic US is desperate to defend their anti-Assad terrorists who are being routed.

Through what else- your smart phone.

They also monitor your GPS data to decide whether you’re a “risk” by seeing where you go and the places you visit.

“You don’t have a country without steel,” he claims. Meaning “you don’t have a country” unless you buy more expensive steel and autos from local union thugs.

The god-Trump reasons that if US consumers preferred to buy $337 billion more of Chinese goods than overpriced, Amerikan made crap, the Chinese must be “complicit in abusive trading practices.”

“If you agree to kill for the King, we’ll reward you with a free U. S. of A. membership card and bodybag!”

To “deter” the evil Russkies.

So we’re supposed to believe confirmed liars and criminals who continue to promote fully discredited claims?

It’s to keep track of those whose reactions have been naughty and not nice toward their groping and passenger humiliation.

And expect to witness a “steady drumbeat” of it.

“We are going out of our way to cooperate with Pacific nations, that’s the way we do business in the world,” says the Regime Goon. 

Apparently, bombing Korea, Vietnam, Cambodia and Laos into the stone age, slaughtering Filipinos en masse, and the firebombing and nuking of Japanese civilians is a cooperative way of doing “business.”

Some good news for the resistance:

The Regime’s abuses of experimentation and torture make earlier Nazi crimes look like an 8th grade science project.

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

Secession, anyone?

Sunday, May 27, 2018

Quotes of the Week

Enlightened insights taken from the past week’s reading:

"The Donald pretends to be a conservative; but there is nothing conservative about him. The liberals pretend to be 'progressive, but their most urgent priority is to take aim at the future… and shoot it dead before it gets too close."
Bill Bonner

"There is no such thing as 'the common good' when it comes to democratic politics, for nothing is ever unanimous in politics except in very small groups of a few people.  Such unanimity is the domain of the free market, where all voluntary transactions do in fact have unanimous consent.  It is the domain of the civil society where individuals join together to support churches, create charities, do volunteer work, play sports, and perform thousands of other voluntary functions.
Government, by contrast, is always and everywhere about the use of violence, force, and intimidation to plunder one group of citizens for the benefit of others.  It is about enslaving one portion of the population for the benefit of another, in other words, so that the enslavers – the politicians – can reap healthy  'profits' themselves by manipulating the political process.  Repeating 'the common good' over and over and over again will not change this reality."
Tom DiLorenzo

"The real beauty of free market capitalism is that anyone who wants to voluntarily participate in a socialist/communist society is free to do so. The inverse does not hold true."
Jacob Leddy

"The State mobilizes public opinion in favor of war through events with large public signals, like the Maine, the Lusitania, Pearl Harbor, the 38th Parallel, the Gulf of Tonkin, and 9/11. Lately the signals are terrorism, Weapons of Mass Destruction, Anthrax, Chemical warfare, genocide and nuclear proliferation. Pavlov rings the bell and we salivate. The State propagandizes. Our government justifies a war by using phrases like aggression against our rights and freedom. The public responds."
Michael Rozeff

"Individuals, left to their own interests and passions, have the capacity for unimaginable brilliance. 
But when they latch into the hive mind, they err on the side of the herd (whose stance is always 'We are not like the other guys') and do and say things wildly outside of their normal characters."
Chris Campbell

"Sound money is an essential requirement for individual freedom from despotism and repression, as the ability of a coercive state to create money can give it undue power over its subjects, power which by its very nature will attract the least worthy, and most immoral."
Ammous Saifedean

"All these socialists, social democrats, liberals, Democrats—their names are legion—think they’re doing the right thing. They think they’re being moral. And you can’t convince them otherwise. Intellectual arguments are useless against these people. It’s a psychological problem, not an intellectual one.
You can’t make an intellectual argument to a mob."
Doug Casey

"Modern psychological force is based on the propaganda doctrines of altruism and self-sacrifice among the people. Anti-productive politicians and bureaucrats use and coerce the public mind with the doctrines of self-sacrifice and altruism. This is a system of appeal to the unconscious mind. When you hear a politician use the term 'common good,' 'for the children,' 'fairness' or 'your fair share,' he is manipulating you to give up something – rights, privileges and wealth — to nonproductive government.
If the manipulative fiction of self-sacrifice were to become widely known, the people could readily see that taxes, regulations and innumerable laws are a complex system of government force."
Bob Livingston

"Grown men do not need leaders."
Edward Abbey

Thursday, May 24, 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:

How dare those Germans and other Europeans decide for themselves from whom they will purchase their gas?

The Emperor is in a killin’ mood.

Yes, they’ve bombed before and you may already be getting used to it. Which is why I will report this crime each single time it occurs.

At just the time “peace talks” have started.

“Peace” to the US means unconditional surrender by the opposition.

If absolute US abolition is not possible, shouldn’t these two corrupt agencies be the first on the chopping block?

They are considered a “destabilizing force” because they resist the criminal aggression of the US Empire.

As with North Korea,The Regime will accept nothing less than full surrender.

But, as usual, offers absolutely no evidence.

As usual, we are expected to swallow and believe the incoherent rants of confirmed liars.

Only slavish, hard core loyalists buy such nonsense.

They want more cash from you to support their war whores.

This brings about an interesting conflict between entities that have been allies- Zionist terrorists vs. US war whores.

A single warrant now allows nearly unlimited, worldwide, Regime spying and hacking.

The Regime’s creepiest agency want their subjects to experience “algorithmic warfare.”

Just another of thousands of reasons prohibition is evil.

Some good news for the resistance:

A perfect metaphor for the inevitable sinking of the US Empire.

Will loyalists start saving scrap metal and recycling their beer cans to keep their murderous empire afloat?

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

Secession, anyone?

Sunday, May 20, 2018

Quotes of the Week

Enlightened insights taken from the past week’s reading:

"Anarchism is founded on the observation that since few men are wise enough to rule themselves, even fewer are wise enough to rule others."
Edward Abbey

"We can not escape from the soldiers. The armed forces have embedded themselves so deeply into the country that they have almost become the country. America is little more than a funding mechanism for what clumsily may be called the military-industrial-intelligence-media-Israeli complex. Some of these entities belong to the military (NSA). Some depend on it (Lockheed-Martin). Some use it to their own ends (Israel),  but the military is the central infection from which the other symptoms flow.  Congress? A storefront, a subcommittee of the Knesset or, as P. J. O’Rourke put it, a parliament of whores. Factories, jobs, contracts, towns depend on military spending."
Fred Reed

"Is it not interesting that the antiwar movement of late has all but dried up with the installation of Obama’s Marxoid-inspired kakistocracy and yet the war on the world continues apace?  The trail of tears and path of destruction has a sorrowful record burned into the annals of Western and Eastern recorded history.  Written in blood and stacked on hundreds of millions of corpses, the state is the Goliath that straddles across the corpus of man."
Bill Buppert

"Extremism in defense of 100% security is a vice: wicked and immoral behavior. Such extremism stems from an erroneous moral philosophy in which one does not allow equal freedom to one’s neighbors, but instead one exercises power over them in the name of one’s own false conception of one’s right."
Michael Rozeff

"I am not a fan of globalism, but I am a fan of trade, cooperation on [a] bilateral or multilateral [level]. I believe those things are necessary to essentially progress human civilization. But, forcing everyone, either at the point of a gun or [by] the power of the purse, to give up their way of life, to give up their institutions, to give up their culture, to give up their fundamental right of self-government, it’s just absolutely wrong. The fact is that you don’t have to give those things up to be able to trade and respect one another and to live in peace."
Daniel Miller

"Power is usually an artificial construct because the only power we have over others is the power they give us, knowingly or unknowingly. Power does not make one special. The narcissistic sociopath does not make such distinctions. He/she only distinguishes between the people who strive for dominance and everyone else. People that covet power are a superior subspecies, while people who do not covet power are considered bugs."
Brandon Smith

"Migrants don’t have the resources to support themselves. So they’re obviously getting help and funding from outside sources. I suspect it’s coming from NGOs. These people are politically and psychologically committed to destroying Western Civilization. And the average American or European has become so guilt-ridden, self-effacing, and philosophically corrupt that they welcome them."
Doug Casey

"The very first step toward mental freedom is to recognize the politics of envy (class warfare) and self-sacrifice. Then psychological power and advantage is reversed from external authorities to us, the individuals. This is universally true in any country in the world. Mental freedom precedes physical freedom. Mental freedom is not a figment of idealism or philosophy. It delivers peace of mind and unlimited prosperity to the individual right under the nose of oppressive government. To escape oppressive government is to escape the thought system that we are born into."
Bob Livingston

"A Yankee is a particular breed of person who believes that everyone should live as he does, and if not, he will force you to bend to his will."
Brion McClanahan

Thursday, May 17, 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 Emperor demands they allow required nuclear inspections based on a treaty that The Regime is no longer a party to and to which it never fulfilled its own obligations!

And this is the Marxist bunch they’ll probably hook up with.

Despite you being the poor schmucks that were forced to pay for it, they didn’t bother to tell you for four months.

The Regime is always eager to help lazy people vote for more free stuff.

Only the war whores applaud.

Just how much blowback has been created against the people of North America due to the Regime’s relationship with this terrorist state?

Regime’s Gangsters May Give Emperor Power to Lock Up Dissenters

This threat pairs up nicely with the consideration of denying certain news agencies access to Regime activities.

Some good news for the resistance:

….for the first time in 70 freakin’ years.

Billions of waste will be discovered and exposed but don’t expect hard core loyalists to be upset about it.

And don’t expect any savings to be returned to the tax slaves.
Goon Mattis: “So what we’re going to do is we’re going to audit for the first time in 70 years, DoD is going through an audit. I hope we find a lot of problems, because every time I find one, I’m going to slap the back of the auditor and tell her ‘Well done,’ we’re going to fix it, and the money we save is going to go into lethality.

They'll just take any savings and buy still more war machines. Or lose track of it....

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

Secession, anyone?

Sunday, May 13, 2018

Quotes of the Week

Enlightened insights taken from the past week’s reading:

"The problem of fake news isn’t solved by hoping for a referee, but rather because we as citizens, we as users of these services, help each other. We talk and we share and we point out what is fake. We point out what is true. The answer to bad speech is not censorship, the answer to bad speech is more speech. We have to exercise and spread the idea that critical thinking matters, now more than ever, given the fact that lies seem to be getting more popular."
Edward Snowden

"The statesman will invent cheap lies, putting the blame upon the nation that is attacked, and every man will be glad of those conscience-soothing falsities, and will diligently study them, and refuse to examine any refutations of them: and thus he will by and by convince himself the war is just, and will thank God for the better sleep he enjoys after this process of grotesque self-deception."
Mark Twain

"One thing can be said for American nationalism. It has led to every major war, every bad policy, every bit of government corruption at the federal level, and every political conflict in American history. Americans don’t like top-down government unless they control the levers of power. The only solution is to rebuke Hamiltonian nationalism and return to the Jeffersonian vision of federalism and limited central power. There would be fewer wars, less political conflict, and a happier and more prosperous people."
Brion McClanahan

"Socialism proceeds in a gradual but harmful way, always attempting to seem reasonable and to offer measures that help human beings, that are benign, and that are moral, even Christian. Yet it is based upon slavery."
Michael Rozeff

"There comes a time in the history of every nation when a particular movement, failing to understand the will of the people, pushes the boundaries of acceptability too far, thus endangering the very society it wishes to help. It appears American society has reached that point with the emasculation of the Boy Scouts. The Liberals have crossed the cultural red line, I would say, and it is high time for some sort of push back."
Robert Bridge

"Using inflammatory code words like anti-Semitism, isolationist, racist, homophobe, conspiracy theorist, etc. to shut down debate and the spread of ideas is a common tactic used by those trapped in conventional wisdom because it gives them an excuse to avoid considering whether a concept may be true. It is a protection mechanism for them and for the establishment. Another protection mechanism is to run away from those ideas to prevent future exposure to them."
Bob Livingston

"The state loves 'equality' -- a concept so compendiously broad that its definition can be endlessly expanded. The state grows ever more powerful and intrusive in pursuit of equality's ceaseless demands.
Equality can never be attained, for the very moment after we achieve it, when someone first voluntarily transacts with someone else, resources will have been shifted around and 'equality'will already have been disturbed.
That's why the state loves it."
Tom Woods

"The generations of Americans who have been propagandized instead of educated need to understand that Reconstruction did not mean rebuilding southern infrastructure, cities, and towns destroyed by the Union armies. It did not mean reconstructing southern food production. It meant reconstructing southern society and governance. Blacks, who were unprepared for the task, were put in control of governments so that carpetbaggers could loot and steal. Whites lost the franchise and protection of law as their property was stolen. Some areas suffered more than others from the Reconstruction practices, which often differed from, and were worse than, the policies themselves."
Paul Craig Roberts

"In the final analysis, the only way to prevent the further federal erosion of our gun-rights is to remove the federal government from the equation. Washington cares nothing for the limits that the Constitution imposes on it, casually violating its mandate each day. Therefore, it has broken its political contract with Texas, absolving Texas of its responsibility to remain in such a compact. If Texas doesn’t want to become a fully-processed slave-state of Washington, where our citizen’s rights are subject to the whims of politicians rather than being natural, then we will have to resign the Union and return to being an independent country. It’s either independence or acceptance that we will eventually lose this right, and many others as well. There is no alternative, if history is any judge."
Ryan Thorson

Thursday, May 10, 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:

Not only will they relentlessly spy on you, they now claim the ability to dominate, take control, manipulate and destroy you.

It’s to defend us from that “power competition” mentioned in their Russia conspiracy theory.

They’re no longer called “moderate rebels.” We must now refer to them as “partner forces.”

They wind up paying more in fees to The Regime than what they earn.

The Regime defends the “program” as a “valuable cultural exchange.”

And this after “lawmakers” created a “limit” on bulk collections.

A de-facto declaration of war. The Zionist Jews and Neocons now have total control of The Regime. 

And the above mentioned criminals didn’t hesitate to create their own open season on Iran.

So far, The Regime’s European vassals are putting up some resistance.

How this is the business of any government is beyond me.

What are they hoping to find? More subjects to tax and abuse? More cannon fodder for their armies of empire?

Or are they just searching for more enemies to sanction and make war upon? Are they searching for a new, "threatening" bogeyman to keep the population alarmed and servile?

The Il Duce wannabe doesn’t like what some of them say.

Poor baby.

Some good news for the resistance:

They were allowed entry twenty years ago to escape a hurricane, but they never went back home!

I see this such designations as early indication of eventual secession movements.

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

Secession, anyone?

Friday, May 4, 2018

Quotes of the Week

Enlightened insights taken from the past week’s reading:

"'Our boys' are not noble warriors protecting democracy, rescuing maidens, and righting wrongs. They are, like all soldiers, obedient and amoral killers. Pilots bombing Iraq or Syria know they are killing civilians. They do not care. If ordered to bomb Switzerland, they would do it. This is the nature of all armies. Glamorizing this most reprehensible trades is just a means of usefully stimulating the pack instinct which we often call patriotism."

Fred Reed

"Texans need to recognize that the Constitution no longer exists as a compact between the people and their government: Washington has long since outgrown any real check on its power. The Union as envisioned by the founders is effectively dead, and the thing that’s supplanted it is just as illegitimate as if it were the government from a coup d’etat. What loyalty Texas owed to the Union has been nullified. It’s time Texas unchain itself from this continental corpse and revive the principles of spirit of ’76 in our own republic. Let Washington pursue its folly alone."
Jeff Thomason

"The American ruling class loves Identity Politics, because Identity Politics divides the people into hostile groups and prevents any resistance to the ruling elite. With blacks screaming at whites, women screaming at men, and homosexuals screaming at heterosexuals, there is no one left to scream at the rulers."
Paul Craig Roberts

"People see in Trump what their hopes are. They see him as the comic book Based Stick Man on Pennsylvania Avenue taking out those damned commies one at a time. But really he is just more proof of 'Woods’ Law.' No matter whom you elect, you always get John McCain. That is, horrific centrism, log rolling and continual diminishment of liberty that characterizes every administration since Lincoln. The next is always worse than the last. At this point we are just on Bush’s 5th term."
John Meyer

"If men were like ants, there would be no interest in human freedom. If individual men, like ants, were uniform, interchangeable, devoid of specific personality traits of their own, then who would care whether they were free or not? Who, indeed, would care if they lived or died? The glory of the human race is the uniqueness of each individual, the fact that every person, though similar in many ways to others, possesses a completely individuated personality of his own. It is the fact of each person's uniqueness — the fact that no two people can be wholly interchangeable — that makes each and every man irreplaceable and that makes us care whether he lives or dies, whether he is happy or oppressed. And, finally, it is the fact that these unique personalities need freedom for their full development that constitutes one of the major arguments for a free society."
Murray Rothbard

"The bottom line here is this. The U.S. doesn’t abide by fixed principles or laws relating to statehood, new or established states, their independence, or their sovereignty. It also doesn’t abide by fixed principles relating to rebellions and revolutions within a given territory. Since its inception, the U.S. acts on its interests, conceived or misconceived. When convenient, it upholds law; when inconvenient, it breaks law. The resulting behavior it exhibits is inconsistent with respect to principle, but it does consistently serve one main goal: the expedient preservation and expansion of its Empire. The U.S. is often a lawbreaker; but because it invariably poses as the upholder of law, it also is a hypocrite."
Michael Rozeff

"Critics often dismiss North Korea as a 'rogue regime.' But it isn’t. Rather, it carries communism in particular and the State in general to their logical conclusions. Kim’s brutality, greed, murder and lies are characteristic of all political governments, in kind if not degree."
Becky Akers

"In all things, remember to not think conventional thoughts. They are not your own. Conventional thoughts and wisdom come from the news media, public schools, the medical establishment, organized church and the government. It's a lifetime programming process that builds parameters of thought from which few escape. And there are precious few who do escape their bread and circus."
Bob Livingston

"There is no secret formula or cocktail of laws to bring about your conception of freedom. Imagine if all the time, effort and money put into gun rights protests and political action was put into yourselves, advancing your own infrastructure and skills and declaring your own independence? Imagine if when the empire actually does conclude its slow decline there were systems in place that made it irrelevant. What if you forever seek dissolution of the mechanisms that oppress and carve out your own enclaves rendering the system insignificant in your daily lives? What if we nurture the allergy to authority present in previous generations of Americans back to its full glory?"
John Myers

"The idea of a political group managing free trade is a contradiction, idiotic actually. You only need each individual government to drop its barriers, duties, and quotas—unilaterally. The US, and any other country, should have zero of these things, for its own benefit. Otherwise it’s like putting yourself under embargo."
Doug Casey

Thursday, May 3, 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:

Mentally ill circus freaks will now be joined by the just plain…mentally ill.

And they’ll all be issued high powered firearms. What could possibly go wrong?

No surprise here- All the tough talk was just more lies.

Expect more “caravans” in the future, each larger than the previous.

Mine fields are so much cheaper. Nature will take care of the carcasses for free.

He cites “identifiable harm to national security, law enforcement, or foreign affairs … that outweighs the public interest in immediate disclosure.”

When The Regime mentions the "public interest," what they really mean is their interest. And it is always in their interest that the "public" not no the truth.

Daniel Miller sets him straight.

What’s even more a crime is that this cowardly, loyalist, “2nd amendment” group bows to the King and says, ....“OK.”

I’m beginning to think that “NRA” stands for No Resistance Allowed

We've heard this lie before: "War over, troops remain to train Iraqis, give them billions in military gear."

Result: ISIS routs Iraqi troops and captures billions worth of military gear. Gear must be bombed and destroyed by US.

New announcement: "War over, troops remain to train Iraqis, give them billions in military gear."

A new insurgency forms- Rinse and repeat....

US war whores continue to get rich.

And some of those newbies just might be you or me.

Some good news for the resistance:

The beginning of the end of dictatorially created "law."

The beginning of the end for an autocratic Regime.

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

Secession, anyone?