Thursday, June 28, 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:

What else? Got to keep the Regime propaganda machine rolling.

I suppose they also could go to their second Cause of Everything Bad- climate change. How long before they excuse the invasion because “it’s gettin’ too hot down south?”

She considers protecting the borders (and therefore protecting your private property and you from parasites and forced integration) as “child abuse.”

The Black Dresses are oblivious to the fact that this decision creates taxation without representation and inverts the commerce clause and creates an interstate import tariff. 

By using their favorite terrorist allies- the banksters

The more they bomb, the more they lose.

I’m still waiting for someone to explain to me how the Taliban (or any other demonic religious fanatics) ruling Afghanistan affects my “security.” 

Any takers?

I guess they’ll still be bombing there seventeen years from now.

Anyone disagree?

Goebbels would be proud.

Gee, what could go wrong?

Only a goofy, conspiracy theorist would believe this sets a bad precedent.

Can you imagine the wish list this goon must have?

They’re busy training demonic religious fanatics how to kill for the Empire.

Even if the charges are false, why is The Regime giving our money to any charity?

All they have to do is haul (kidnap) some kid and haul it (traffic it) across the border. How many of these kids will wind up being sex slaves for wealthy, Hollywood perverts?

Yes, the leftist goblins love the children. They love to fuck them, they love to enslave them, and they love to kill them.

But it’s okay- The gang leader says “he’s sorry.”

Just think of it of another gift from the Black Lord that just keeps on giving.

How is this any different that what a street mafia does?

He thinks he knows best where a company should build its product and that he can unilaterally impose a tax!

Some good news for the resistance:

Consider it “Extreme virtue signaling.”

Let’s all enjoy watching them become weaker and weaker, making them even easier to defeat.  These misfits aren’t very bright, are they?

"We will not rest until the very last one of these children is reunited with their families."

Fine. Considering that 10,000 of the 12,000 kiddos did not arrive with parents, let’s mercifully bus them back to the these parents for a wonderful, third world shithole reunion.

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

Secession, anyone?

Sunday, June 24, 2018

Quotes of the Week

Enlightened insights taken from the past week’s reading:

"The Opposition Media ignores the fact that citizen parents are held to a higher standard than illegal parents. For that matter, Walmart shoplifters are held to a higher standard. The first action the police take after arresting the parent is to separate the children.
None of the OpMedia, leftist politicians or spineless Republicans ever ask the obvious question: What kind of parent lets their child travel hundreds of miles with strangers? What parent brings the kids along when they break the law? And how is society served by leaving children with abusive or criminally stupid parents?"
Michael Shannon

"Our lizard brains see the world in black and white. It’s either going to kill us or feed us and there’s no in between.
But life is so much more vast and varied.
We’ve already destroyed 95% of the jobs multiple times in history and we’re about to do it again.
Each and every time those jobs were replaced by a wealth of new jobs and opportunities.
Life progresses in stages."
Daniel Jeffries

"Historically division of labor originates in two facts of nature: the inequality of human abilities and the variety of the external conditions of human life on the earth. These two facts are really one: the diversity of Nature, which does not repeat itself but creates the universe in infinite, inexhaustible variety. ...
These two conditions … are indeed such as almost to force the division of labor on mankind. Old and young, men and women cooperate by making appropriate use of their various abilities. Here also is the germ of the geographical division of labor; man goes to the hunt and woman to the spring to fetch water. Had the strength and abilities of all individuals and the external conditions of production been everywhere equal the idea of division of labor could never have arisen. … No social life could have arisen among men of equal natural capacity in a world which was geographically uniform."
Ludwig von Mises

"Critics of libertarians like to ridicule us for taking seriously our beliefs: the 'absolute' sanctity of the individual, the right to live free of another’s rule, and the principle of self-ownership. But there is a belief system implicit in that ridicule, and it is an insidious one. For if the belief that no-one may rule over another is laughable, then what is the contradictory belief that is not?"
Bretigne Shaffer

"The people who use propaganda to persuade the populace against their best interests create myths and sell them as benefits.
And how do they accomplish this right under our noses, you might ask? The answer to that question, dear reader, is the reason why the elites want to control the Internet and shut down alternative media. 
The esoteric purpose of propaganda is to extract wealth and labor illegally as concealed involuntary servitude. This truth is in plain sight for those who seek it. And the truth is that while some people are mildly alarmed, few would ever suspect the progression pattern and how propaganda finally evolves into law. 
By the time laws are enacted, the people will have been prepared to accept them as desirable and 'for the good of the country' and the community by the politicians and the mass media."
Bob Livingston

"Neither the United States nor the European Union are so free of protectionist 'sin' to cast retaliatory tariff stones at the other. In addition, the harm to all that would result from trade wars means that neither America nor the Europeans should throw the next punch at the other. Each should lower their interventionist fists, and open their hands in market peace and economic friendship by simply doing away with their, respective, existing trade barriers currently in place and allow, instead, for their citizens to freely trade with whomever they desire on the competitive terms they mutually find beneficial."
Richard Ebeling

"Freedom to trade—the freedom to exchange goods and services openly with others—is as fundamental to human well-being as any right guaranteed in the U.S. Constitution. Indeed, the freedom to trade is the foundation of America’s modern economic system that provides historically unprecedented opportunities for individuals to achieve greater economic freedom and prosperity.
In a free market, there is no right to a job. There is no right to work. There is no right to another person's wallet. There is no right to tell somebody else what the terms of exchange must be.
Nobody has a right to a job in a free society. This is because nobody has a right to compel somebody else to accept his offer. The company does not own the job; the employee does not own the job. The job is a word that we give to a continuing exchange relationship. This relationship can end at any time unless a contract says otherwise.
There is no right to work. There is only a right to make a bid."
Gary North

"What I imagine and want to see is an emergent system in which as much as possible is privatized, on the basis of both moral and pragmatic understanding. Experience accumulates and we wean ourselves away from state dependency and thinking of the state as a solution to problems. We would be so far ahead of any other country that they couldn’t possibly think of attacking us. The primitives would be left in the dust. The primitives outside this country cannot be defeated by us becoming more like them. We have a growth of primitives within this country too, and they need to grow out of it."
Michael Rozeff

"Taxation is the price we pay for failing to build a civilized society. The higher the tax level, the greater the failure. A centrally planned totalitarian state represents a complete defeat for the civilized world, while a totally voluntary society represents its ultimate success."
Mark Skousen

"Every form of paternalism, from the most restrictive to the least, from leftwing democratic socialism to rightwing mixed-economy capitalism, is nothing less than paternalism—some adults forcibly treating other adults like children."
Gary Reed

"This is a country supposedly on ‘orange alert'.Over half of the illegal aliens present broke into a country on orange alert - that is to say, they’ve come here since 9-11.
Americans shuffle like a bovine herd through security that demands to know the consistency of their pumpkin pie if they’re flying home to Thanksgiving from New York to Cleveland, but the rest of the world is entitled to walk across the Rio Grande if they happen to have a little moppet in tow with them.
Right now Americans are living on orange alert if they make a domestic flight, but their borders are open - you’re the chumps of the planet for going along with it. We’re bifurcating into a society where the law-abiding are subject to evermore onerous constraints, while the avowedly lawless are somehow venerated and fetishized."
Mark Steyn

Thursday, June 21, 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:

And let the War Against Robots begin. But only certain kinds of robots.

At least for now.

This is a classic situation of creating “law” to fight a “problem” that doesn’t or barely exists. Soon, you will see the appointment of a Robot Czar to lead the war. He’ll be assisted by thousands of bureau-rats in the new Department of Robot Affairs. A whole slew of new “problems” will be created to keep the funding coming.

Meanwhile, the pedophiles, deprived of their inanimate victim, will be forced to satisfy their deranged appetites using…real kids.

No matter the situation, banksters always win and never lose. Only those under the reign of the DC Mafia pay the price.

They’re necessary to pick up the bodies of those executed by The Regime’s terrorist allies.

To them, ending a military occupation of a supposed “ally” is just not acceptable.

And it’s fake law.

Can you imagine being a defendant in a case where you can’t even see, let alone challenge, the “evidence” held against you?

Loyalist yokels actually believe “China” will pay these taxes. Of course, these yokels will pay them, either as an embedded cost in the price of a product or higher prices due to reduced competition.

And at the same time, threatens more war on the pocketbooks of his enslaved subjects.

The Regime considers the act of a offering less expensive goods as “larceny.”

Trump Chumps supposedly despise the Deep State but apparently are willing to enrich its funding by billions more from tariff (tax) money.

They all share a financial interest in keeping the propaganda flowing.

They’re looking at becoming 100,000 times more efficient at storing all your “private” information.

It’s obvious, “compassion” doesn’t work- just as “compassion” doesn’t dissuade hungry stray dogs from repeatedly coming to your door.

"Compassion" is seen as weakness to predators and parasites. They'll work to take advantage of it.

Make this “journey” so perilous and dangerous that very few even attempt it.

Mine fields along the border and a shoot to kill directive are the only actions that will stem the flood of border jumping invaders. And it will deprive hysterical goblins, shrill, privileged wenches, and hypocritical, two-faced, professional grifters of virtue signaling targets.

Suspend the abused “asylum” process and seriously discuss abolishing it. On a planet with 7 billion people, you could easily find 100 million who would have a legitimate argument for “asylum.” Are you prepared to accept them all?

And forget “detaining” border jumpers. Until the wall and minefields are built, immediately transport all back across the border.

Start a media campaign directed at our rude southern neighbors who invade their neighbor’s property without being invited. Explain to them how such invaders may be treated. Show them photos of people in cages and videos of crying children (even if they are fake). 

It’s a low cost and efficient way to change the minds of thousands.

And it be will far more effective than misplaced "compassion."

He was actually doing something right.

Just one more step to open borders suicide.

The Kiddos of Criminals will now be joining their "parents" in prison cells. How long will it be before the whining wackos start complaining about that?

The Empire must “lead” the planet by putting death machines in space. And it’s all fueled by the usual “national security” paranoia.

Killing will (supposedly) become more “efficient.”

The Regime has “zero tolerance” for those who uncover and publicize their crimes.

Regime War Criminal Spouts Ultimate Hypocrisy

This from a creature whose "values" are expressed by bombing women and children indiscriminately, anonymously, and proudly from the air.

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

Secession, anyone?

Sunday, June 17, 2018

Quotes of the Week

Enlightened insights taken from the past week’s reading:

"For most Americans war is little more than a video game, seen in snippets on the nightly news. It is a peculiar form of cultural blindness, an exercise that involves foreign people in faraway places and is not to be taken seriously. The rest of the world, which has experienced far too much of war’s devastation first hand has quite a different viewpoint, however."
Philip Giraldi

"Unfortunately, our grey matter needs to catch up with the speed of change. We’re still running around in the forest because millions of years of hunting and gathering taught us to fear the tiger and the serpent around every bend. We don’t have claws or fangs so we needed to plan ahead to avoid disaster.
At our most basic level we’re survival machines. We imagine terrible futures so we can avoid them.
What we fear changes over time but it’s all rooted in the same fears. Tigers and serpents morph into fairies and demons and then into weaving looms and artificial intelligence. What we really fear is the end of ourselves. Death is the demon behind all our fears, shape-shifting into new forms as society grows and changes.
The fear of Zeus killing us all with a bolt of lightning is the same as the fear of superintelligent machines slaughtering us all."
Daniel Jeffries

"Statism runs counter to human nature, since it consists of the systematic, monopolistic exercise of a coercion which, in all areas where it is felt (including those corresponding to the definition of law and the maintenance of public order), blocks the creativity and entrepreneurial coordination which are precisely the most typical and essential manifestations of human nature. Furthermore, as we have already seen, statism fosters and drives irresponsibility and moral corruption, as it diverts the focus of human behavior toward a privileged pulling on the reins of political power, within a context of ineradicable ignorance that makes it impossible to know the costs of each government action. The above effects of statism appear whenever a state exists, even if every attempt is made to limit its power, an unattainable goal which renders classical liberalism a scientifically unfeasible utopia."
Jesus Huerta de Soto

"‘Invisible Government’ is a phrase for which it would be difficult to formulate a dictionary definition without sacrifice of accuracy to brevity. It may perhaps be best described as the political and economic control of the community — or the political control for selfish, if not sinister, economic purposes — by individual men, or groups or organizations, who are careful to evade the responsibility which should always accompany power. They operate behind a mask or puppets in politics and business, and these must take the blame in courts of law, and before the bar of public opinion, for any errors in the technique of knavery."
John McConaughy

"A dominant protection company in an anarcho-capitalistic world will be tempted to become a state. A limited state is tempted to become an unlimited state. A dominant state is tempted to become an empire. An empire is tempted to become a world government. A group of states is tempted to become a world government. A limited government is tempted to become an unlimited government.
There is only one solution, and it’s costly. It involves constant vigilance. When people delegate powers of protection to others, they still have to be ready and able to secure their own protection by alternative means at any time while withdrawing their resources from any given protection provider. Only this readiness accompanied by constant monitoring helps prevent a given company from exploiting its position. If, on the other hand, people become lax or if they become greedy and rapacious and support a company’s aggression, war will result. A state may result."
Michael Rozeff

"It’s hard to be an empire, for sure, but it’s even harder, apparently, to be a truly virtuous society. First, I suppose, you have to be not insane. It’s hard to think of one facet of American life that’s not insane now. Our politics are insane. Our ideologies are insane. The universities are insane. Medicine is insane. Show biz is insane. Sexual relations are insane. The arts are insane. The news media is utterly insane. And what passes for business enterprise in the USA these days is something beyond insane, like unto the swarms of serpents and bats issuing from some mouth of hell in the medieval triptychs. How do you memorialize all that?"
James Howard Kunstler

"Being a high civil servant subjects man to a dangerous temptation, simply because he is a part of the ruling apparatus. He finds himself caught in the strategy complex. The magic of becoming an executive and a strategist provokes long-repressed feelings of omnipotence. A strategist feels like a chess player. He wants to manipulate the world by remote control. Now he can keep others waiting, as he was forced to wait himself in his salad days, and thus he can feel himself superior."
Joost Meerloo

"Every man must have freedom, must have the scope to form, test, and act upon his own choices, for any sort of development of his own personality to take place. He must, in short, be free in order that he may be fully human. In a sense, even the most frozen and totalitarian civilizations and societies have allowed at least a modicum of scope for individual choice and development. Even the most monolithic of despotisms have had to allow at least a bit of 'space' for freedom of choice, if only within the interstices of societal rules. The freer the society, of course, the less has been the interference with individual actions, and the greater the scope for the development of each individual. The freer the society, then, the greater will be the variety and the diversity among men, for the more fully developed will be every man's uniquely individual personality. On the other hand, the more despotic the society, the more restrictions on the freedom of the individual, the more uniformity there will be among men and the less the diversity, and the less developed will be the unique personality of each and every man. In a profound sense, then, a despotic society prevents its members from being fully human."
Murray Rothbard

Wednesday, June 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:

“If we’re gonna lose, let’s lose big…and make fools of ourselves.”

The Regime wants total control over encryption. To allow competition is bad for Regime spying and therefore bad for “security.”

Just because they have kids. Hell, they can’t even prove that they’re their kids.

Don’t be concerned- They were just “doing what they are trained to do.” 

Which makes it okay.

His ultimatum in a nutshell: “Surrender or die.”

Two lying, murdering, Mafia thugs sign a piece of paper that says, “We will someday sign another piece of paper.”

Thug Kim would be smart to take Iran’s smart advice.

And don’t forget, the US Regime (the aggressor in this scenario) has no intentions to cease the acts of war it is already committing.

The DC Regime/Death Cult wants war and they will get their war.

I’ll get excited when the god-Trump signs an agreement with the 50 sovereign American states to work for US abolition and dissolution of the US Commie Collective.

That will be something for the peace loving world to get excited about.

Killing Syrian civilians to support Anti-Assad terrorists. How is that action not terrorism, as well?

They include a long list of bogeymen and bad guys to wage that war on. Interestingly, none of them are found in that part of North America where the US Regime is responsible for security. They’re all in other countries!

Other countries (and even non-state actors) will soon be following the precedent set by the DC Death Cult.

This gives more opportunity for the US Regime to display their arrogance and hypocrisy. They’ll decry and condemn murderous drone actions committed by others, even though they are guilty of committing those same murderous actions for years!

So who will The Regime blame when the starvation begins? The Russians or climate change?

Some good news for the resistance:

Loyalists are hoping they’ll be back up and flying again in time to bomb starving Yemenis.

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

Secession, anyone?

Sunday, June 10, 2018

Quotes of the Week

Enlightened insights taken from the past week’s reading:

"What we really need to understand is that all modern wars are financed by bank credit, not by income taxes or any other taxes. All governments and all systems are and were financed by bank credit. Nazism, fascism, communism, and democracy are all products of bank credit. All are equal and all are the same. Imagine all the dead soldiers on both sides who died for the same thing and because of the same thing — bank credit. Bank credit is another name for the New World Order. It is the true name of the New World Order."
Bob Livingston

"The State conducts all of its foreign (and domestic) affairs while assuring and teaching us that it is looking out for our peace and security. It assures and teaches us that it has a right to act on our behalf, which we have delegated to it and which we influence through periodic elections. The fact that many of us believe this story doesn’t make it true. Belief in fairy tales doesn’t make them true stories.
The fact is that the State has no right to act on our behalf, and we know that it has no such right because each of the premises that supposedly imply such a right is false. If we do not act as a people voluntarily and do not choose the State to protect us, and if we prefer other arrangements to be freely chosen by us, even as the State represses them, then we cannot possibly, of our own accord, be delegating the State as our protector."
Michael Rozeff

"Let me say this is clearly as possible — presidents do not matter. They do not matter in terms of any important change in American society. Those great changes are always made either by a contingent of free people fighting relentlessly for good, or by a contingent of power mongers manipulating the halls of government from behind the scenes. In the end, like most other presidents, Trump is irrelevant, unless you view him as a pied piper leading conservatives down a terrible path."
Brandon Smith

"The state has slyly and systematically distracted the citizenry from the fact that the true origin of social conflicts and evils lies with the government itself, by creating scapegoats everywhere ('capitalism,' the desire for profit, private property). The state then places the blame for problems on these scapegoats and makes them the target of popular anger and of the severest and most emphatic condemnation from moral and religious leaders, almost none of whom has seen through the deception nor dared until now to denounce that in this century, statolatry represents the chief threat to religion, morality, and thus, human civilization."
Jesus Huerta de Soto

"The development of a kind of bureaucratic absolutism is not limited, however, to totalitarian countries. A mild form of professional absolutism is evident in every country in the mediating class of civil servants who bridge the gap between man and his rulers. Such a bureaucracy may be used to help or to harm the citizens it should serve. 
It is important to realize that a peculiar, silent form of battle goes on in all of the countries of the world — under every form of government — a battle between the common man and the government apparatus he himself has created. In many places we can see that this governing tool, which was originally meant to serve and assist man, has gradually obtained more power than it was intended to have. 
Governmental techniques are no different from any other psychological strategy; the deadening hold of regimentation can take mental possession of those dedicated to it, if they are not alert. And this is the intrinsic danger of the various agencies that mediate between the common man and his government. It is a tragic aspect of life that man has to place another fallible man between himself and the attainment of his highest ideals."
Joost Meerloo

"There’s a macabre equivalency between our various overseas war operations and the school shootings that are now a routine feature of American daily life. The purposes are equally obscure and the damage is just as impressive — many lives ruined for no good reason. But consider more lives are lost every year in highway crashes than in the Mexican War of the 1840s and more Americans are dying each year lately of opioid overdoses than the entire death toll of the Vietnam War. America’s soul is at war with its vaunted way-of-life."
James Howard Kunstler

"The notion that government can produce something people value enough to buy, or that it can 'partner' with entrepreneurs who do, is as silly as Hillary Clinton’s excuses for losing the election. Our interactions in the market, whether buying or selling, are voluntary. But government is force — physical, brutal, lethal force. It may glorify itself with museums and marble monuments while prattling about patriotism, but its essence is raw, physical compulsion. If you don’t obey politicians and bureaucrats, if you ignore their diktats, they will arrest you. If you resist that arrest, and continue resisting, they’ll increase the volume of force until they ultimately kill you. Behind every law and regulation, no matter how innocuous or beneficial they may seem, lies the same potentially lethal force."
Becky Akers

"Instead of making an honest living like Stormy Daniels, Rudy [Giuliani] has been a politician for most of his life. In other words, he was the lowest of the low. He was someone whom no one should ever respect. He was someone who had no credibility. He, like all politicians, sold himself for cash, gifts, favors, or campaign contributions."
Laurence Vance

Thursday, June 7, 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 finds a new type of prohibition to increase its power and and spread more misery among its subjects.

Will the War Against Certain Plants be joined by the Wars Against Certain Cars?

They’re livin’ large at your expense. I’m betting you don’t need to spend $670 per day to keep your youngin’ “comfortable.”

It’s bad enough that such a ship is obsolete and useless. You’d think, for that money, it could at least reliably move through the water.

Peace is bad for their very profitable “business.”

Peace is bad for their very profitable “politics.”

Beginning to see a trend here?

As long as they willingly kill for the king, pay their tribute, and bow to his war rag, he and his Regime love them.

They’re now considered an “historically oppressed minority” since they are sometimes targeted for violence.

Don’t we have enough absurd protection for such whiners?

Looking at their recent history, I’m sure The Regime believes that starving thousands would be “worth it.”

Again, I’m sure they believe the “price is worth it.”
Easy to say, of course, when you are not the ones personally paying that “price.”

And if you find that creepy and objectionable, your overlords insist you must be “a bonafide member of the tinfoil hat wearing, black helicopter conspiracy theorists.”

And your name will probably be added to zee liste.

Flying a war machine several thousand miles from the Homeland is somehow an act of “defense.”

Making demands of other countries, several thousand miles from the Homeland,  is somehow an act of “defense.”

Emperor Leads State Worship Ceremony

Sorry, but bowing to a murderous state master while committing idolatrous worship to a piece of cloth and singing about the glories of war and mass murder is NOT "America."
Instead it is a slavish display of religious zealotry by infantile, brainwashed bootlickers who are absolutely terrified of real freedom.

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

Secession, anyone?

Sunday, June 3, 2018

Quotes of the Week

Enlightened insights taken from the past week’s reading:

"By allowing full scope for investment, mobility, the division of labor, creativity, and entrepreneurship, the free economy thereby creates the conditions for rapid economic development. It is freedom and the free market, as Adam Smith well pointed out, that develop the 'wealth of nations.' Thus, freedom leads to economic development, and both of these conditions in turn multiply individual development and the unfolding of the powers of the individual man. In two crucial ways, then, freedom is the root; only the free man can be fully individuated and, therefore, can be fully human."
Murray Rothbard

"The typical citizen drops down to a lower level of mental performance as soon as he enters the political field. He argues and analyzes in a way which he would readily recognize as infantile within the sphere of his real interests."
Joseph Schumpeter

"The state has become the 'idol' everyone turns to and worships. Statolatry is without a doubt the most serious and dangerous social disease of our time. We are taught to believe all problems can and should be detected in time and solved by the state. Our destiny lies in the hands of the state, and the politicians who govern it must guarantee us everything our well-being demands. Human beings remain immature and rebel against their own creative nature (an essential quality which makes their future inescapably uncertain).
They demand a crystal ball to ensure not only that they know what will happen in the future, but also that any problems which arise will be resolved. This 'infantilization' of the masses is deliberately fostered by politicians and social leaders, since in this way they publicly justify their existence and guarantee their popularity, predominance, and governing capacity. Furthermore, a legion of intellectuals, professors, and social engineers join in this arrogant binge of power."
Jesus Huerta de Soto

"Capitalism is not a 'system.' It can’t be improved, reformed, or redesigned.
Like freedom itself, all you can do is take it away – by breaking contracts, stealing property, and counterfeiting money."
Bill Bonner

"The right stands for liberty, a free, unprejudiced form of thinking; a readiness to preserve traditional values (provided they are true values); a balanced view of the nature of man, seeing in him neither beast nor angel, insisting on the uniqueness of human beings which cannot be transformed into or treated as mere numbers or ciphers. The left is the advocate of the opposite principles; it is the enemy of diversity and the fanatical promoter of identity. Uniformity is stressed in all leftist utopias, paradises in which everybody is the same, envy is dead, and the enemy is either dead, lives outside the gates, or is utterly humiliated. Leftism loathes differences, deviations, stratifications…. The word 'one' is its symbol: one language, one race, one class, one ideology, one ritual, one type of school, one law for everybody, one flag, one coat of arms, one centralized world state."
Erik von Kuehnelt-Leddihn

"Apart from the Hollywood and Washington image, there is no purity and no nobility in fighting wars and making sacrifices that could have been avoided and that are not in self-defense; wars that are entered into with propaganda, calls for revenge, and battle cries ringing in our ears.
If Americans really believe and accept this,'…our country, then as always, would fight against aggression and all the aggressors that challenged the rights of free men', it means we will have an empire until the costs break us and other countries unite against us."
Michael Rozeff

"Given that the left has sought the complete transformation of society, and given that such wholesale change is bound to come up against the resistance of ordinary people who don’t care for having their routines and patterns of life overturned, we should not be surprised that the instrument of mass terror has been the weapon of choice. The people must be terrified into submission, and so broken and demoralized that resistance comes to seem impossible.
Likewise, it’s no wonder the left needs the total state. In place of naturally occurring groupings and allegiances, it demands the substitution of artificial constructs. In place of the concrete and specific, the Burkean 'little platoons' that emerge organically, it imposes remote and artificial substitutes that emerge from the heads of intellectuals. It prefers the distant central government to the local neighborhood, the school board president over the head of household."
Lew Rockwell

"Nation states—governments—are well aware of the value and effectiveness of terror, and use their own variations of it. Drone strikes and B-52 raids are prominent examples, but aren’t characterized as terror, because it’s convenient to say only the bad guys do that."
Doug Casey