Sunday, December 29, 2019

Quotes of the Week

Enlightened insights taken from the past week’s reading:

"Like most Jesuits, the current pope is in reality a socialist ideologue hiding behind a priest’s collar.  His real 'faith' is socialism, as he has proven time and again with his asinine denunciations of capitalism as 'the dung of the devil' and other ignorant communistic slogans.  He smiled ear to ear while meeting with Fidel Castro and happily accepted a hammer-and-cycle relic by another Latin American dictator while denouncing President Trump as a non-Christian — and much worse — for enforcing the laws of the United States, including immigration laws passed by Congress.  He is a 'climate change' nut who apparently couldn’t care less if the climate change nut fraternity succeeds and taxes energy so heavily that the poor in countries like the U.S. will have to pay $30/gallon for gas and $3,000/month electric bills (presumably paid for with radically higher welfare checks financed by monetary inflation).
Not only is he a communist in disguise; he recently denounced those who attempt to convince others to embrace Christianity, something that has been an official part of the Catholic Church since the seventeenth century through its Sacred Congregation of Propaganda (as in 'propagating the faith').  You are not a Christian, he said, if you try to teach the Bible to others, contradicting the words of Jesus Christ in the Bible and the centuries-long practice of the Catholic Church.  Is the pope Catholic?"
Tom DiLorenzo

"A fundamental pillar of true free markets is the existence of choice; the availability of options from production to provider to purchase mechanism without interference from governments or corporate monopolies. Choice means competition, and competition drives progress. Choice can also drive changes within society, for if people know a better way of doing things exists, why would anyone want to stay trapped within the confines of a limited system? At the very least, people should be allowed to choose economic mechanisms that work best for their particular situation.
This is not how our society functions today, and free markets do not exist anywhere in modern nations including the U.S. Whenever I hear someone (usually a socialist) blame free market 'capitalism' for the oppressive ailments of the world, I have to laugh. The alliance between governments and corporate monopolies (what Mussolini called national socialism or fascism) makes free markets utterly impossible. What we have today is an amalgamation of socialist economic interference and corporatocracy. Our system is highly restrictive and micro-managed for everyone except the money elites, who do not have to follow the same rules the rest of us do."
Brandon Smith

"If we believe in the cause of peace, putting a halt to aggressive violence between nations is not enough. We should not want to bring about peace overseas in order that our rulers may turn their guns on peaceful individuals at home. Away with all forms of aggression against peaceful people.
The people and the warmakers are two distinct groups. We must never say 'we' when discussing the US government’s foreign policy. For one thing, the warmakers do not care about the opinions of the majority of Americans. It is silly and embarrassing for Americans to speak of 'we' when discussing their government’s foreign policy, as if their input were necessary to or desired by those who make war. Never use 'we' when speaking of the government."
Lew Rockwell

"As long as most Americans labor under the authoritarian notion that the United States is 'one nation, indivisible' there will be no answer to the problem of one powerful region (or party) wielding unchallenged power over a minority.
Many conservatives naïvely claim that the Constitution and the 'rule of law' will protect minorities in this situation. But their theories only hold water if the people making and interpreting the laws subscribe to an ideology which respects local autonomy and freedom for worldviews in conflict with the ruling class. That is increasingly not the ideology of the majority, let alone the majority of powerful judges and politicians.
Thus, for those who can manage to leave behind the flag-waving propaganda of their youths, it is increasingly evident that something other than repeating bromides about teaching high-school civics, reading the Constitution, or electing 'strong leaders' will have to be done."
Ryan McMaken

"One very important psychological mechanism of deception is to promote fear of the loss of something that has actually already been lost.
For example, the government authorities tell us of the threat terrorism poses to democracy when America is already a fascist country. It is not unpatriotic to say this because it is a fact. Democracy is only the mask."
Bob Livingston

"Texas passed a law that, in effect, closes down most of its abortion clinics. The U.S. Supreme Court struck it down. What if Texas closed them nonetheless? Send the Army to point guns at Texas rangers to open them? What would the federal government do if North Dakota declared itself a 'Sanctuary for the Unborn' and simply banned abortion? For that matter, what is the federal government doing about the fact that, for practical purposes, its laws concerning marijuana are being ignored in Colorado and California? Utah objects to the boundaries of national monuments created by decree within its borders. What if the state ignored those boundaries? Prayer in schools? What could bureaucrats in Washington, D.C., do if any number of states decided that what the federal courts have to say about such things is bad?
Now that identity politics have replaced the politics of persuasion and blended into the art of war, statesmen should try to preserve what peace remains through mutual forbearance toward jurisdictions that ignore or act contrary to federal laws, regulations, or court orders. Blue states and red states deal differently with some matters of health, education, welfare, and police. It does no good to insist that all do all things uniformly."
Angelo Codevilla

"Remember, you don’t get the best and the brightest going into government. That’s because there are two kinds of people. You’ve got people that like to control physical reality – things. And people that like to control other people. That second group, those who like to lord it over their fellows, are naturally drawn to government and politics."
Doug Casey

"It would appear to be prudent ... to avoid a direct confrontation with the central government and not openly denounce its authority or even abjure the realm. Rather, it seems advisable to engage in a policy of passive resistance and non-cooperation. One simply stops to help in the enforcement in each and every federal law. One assumes the following attitude: 'Such are your rules, and you enforce them. I cannot hinder you, but I will not help you either, as my only obligation is to my local constituents.'
Consistently applied, no cooperation, no assistance whatsoever on any level, the central government’s power would be severely diminished or even evaporate. And in light of the general public opinion, it would appear highly unlikely that the federal government would dare to occupy a territory whose inhabitants did nothing else than trying to mind their own business. Waco, a teeny group of freaks, is one thing. But to occupy, or to wipe out a significantly large group of normal, accomplished, upstanding citizens is quite another, and quite a more difficult thing."
Hans-Hermann Hoppe

"All of the madness associated with government supremacism, the leviathan state and the creepy twenty-first century terror state posing as democracy in the West could be brought down with the simple notion of refusing cooperation.
Freedom cannot exist if an opt-out of the system is unavailable. It makes no logical sense whatsoever that one can assume you are free unless you can opt out or choose not to participate in those activities you as an individual find objectionable or untenable from a freedom perspective. A man is a slave otherwise no matter how fanciful or exigent the explanation for the denial or abridgement of individual liberty."
Bill Buppert

"The natural effort of every individual to better his own condition, when suffered to exert itself with freedom and security, is so powerful a principle that it is alone, and without any assistance, not only capable of carrying on the society to wealth and prosperity, but of surmounting a hundred impertinent obstructions with which the folly of human laws too often encumbers its operations, of these obstructions is always more less either to encroach upon its freedom or to diminish it security."
Adam Smith

"As democratic politics are considered a cure for our ills, so long as mobs vote to install trimmers to lord over them, and so long as men seek equality of outcomes, corruption and despair will continue.
The absurdity of it all is mind-boggling, but then the pleasure comes in the comedy that is the human condition."
Gary D. Barnett

"I will suggest without moral realism – or objective moral values – we are left with the whims of society.  And as we look around us today, tell me: what makes 'anything goes' a lie when it comes to acceptable behavior?
I say nothing.  Every day we are confronted with more depravities, which by tomorrow we come to accept as normal.  Every day we are stepped on further by the boot of the state, with no argument available to us from Natural Law or any other solid philosophical foundation.
When every evil becomes acceptable and when the state’s boot has no hindrance to your face…tell me: what chance do we have to move toward liberty?"
Bionic Mosquito

"It is much easier for government to deceive people in a democracy where people assume everything is above board than in a dictatorship where they know it is not."
Paul Craig Roberts

"Government is actually the worst failure of civilized man. There has never been a really good one, and even those that are most tolerable are arbitrary, cruel, grasping and unintelligent."
H.L. Mencken

Thursday, December 26, 2019

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:

Even though such warfare is too late to stop the pipeline, such an act makes you wonder how much more The DC Regime’s arrogance can grow and its relations with other countries can decline.

Once a slave, always a slave… No matter where or how you escape, The Regime owns you until death and beyond.

For some reason, you’re supposed to care that some people in Somalia want to kill other people in Somalia.

Do you care?

And they’ll put you in cage, youngster, if you dare use such “dangerous products.”

They believe its three times more important to arm their Afghan thugs to protect their poppy crop, “Jihadi farm,” and rare earth minerals than to help defend your life and property from criminal, border invading parasites.

They need to train them how to kill US troops, which will mean spending more of your stolen money to train the surviving US troops to then kill Pakistani troops.

Got it?

You got to keep the killin' goin' to keep the money flowin'.

A well-timed Christmas present to the MIC.

At least when they “inadvertently” do so.

“Yes, sir, we spied on and collected personal information about Mr. Smith, but it was an accident. We didn’t mean to!”

Who repeatedly violates the “rule of law”- You or these thugs?

Of course, The Regime are the ones who have the sole power to create such laws, interpret them, and declare who must follow such laws and who are immune from them. 

“The easiest way to carry out a false flag attack is by setting up a military exercise that simulates the very attach you want to carry out.”
Captain Eric H May, former US Army military intelligence officer

Iran must “talk” to The Demons about its “malign behavior” (which is never articulated or explained) or they’ll bomb or punish them.

He also wants “quick citizenship”-giving them the power to loot you for free shit. That reality may be even more expensive than the “reparations.”

And in return Regime Gangsters get more free money for their hired hands.

The imperialist’s “full spectrum dominance” is now rocketed into space.

He also has his own postage stamp.

Feeling proud to be a loyalist?

Duh- Google and Facebook are not your friends. They are the corporate arm of the surveillance state.

Scroll through the list and find your favorite. Every project is a way to increase The Regime's power over you, not to enrich your life in any way.

The man proves weekly that he’s a liar and hypocrite, but his clueless supporters still love him…

No one weaponizes so-called “human rights” better than the DC Demons.

Scare mongering propaganda is particularly effective during the holidays.

They’re more interested in stealing your property and dignity rather than protecting you.

Some good news for the resistance:

“America is in the process of being torn in pieces, and 2020 promises to be a very, very dark year for our nation.”

Which means a very bright and promising year for any state secession movement!

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

Secession, anyone?

Monday, December 23, 2019

The Afghanistan War Has Been a Success!

For The Regime!

Kit Knightly expertly and concisely lists the reasons why.

James Corbett further discusses this recent "establishment whitewash" in the video below:

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

Secession, anyone?

Sunday, December 22, 2019

Quotes of the Week

Enlightened insights taken from the past week’s reading:

"The most egregious lie on display during the whole impeachment drama is the lie that Schiff, Schumer, Pelosi, Nadler, and the other Bolsheviks masquerading as 'Democrats' are champions of constitutionalism and the rule of law.  This is exactly the opposite of reality, and anyone with a brain should know it.  Raw, arbitrary, unchallenged political power is what motivates every fiber in their totalitarian beings, and they hate Trump because he imposed a tiny roadblock on their road to totalitarianism.  The whole purpose of the so-called rule of law has for centuries been to deter just such behavior.  Getting Trump out of office will lead to more arbitrary rule and less rule of law, not more.  These are people, after all, who wanted to coronate Hillary Clinton as Queen of America.  The notion that impeaching and convicting Trump promotes the rule of law is a farce and an absurdity."
Tom DiLorenzo

"[I]n order to advance their egalitarian utopia (or rather dystopia), every human characteristic, condition and institution smacking of difference and inequality, then, has been taken under attack by the Left in due course.  Down with human excellence and all ranks of human achievement, because no person is to be more excellent than any other.  Down with private property as it implies the distinction between mine and thine and thus renders everyone unequal. Down with all income differences.  Down with the family as citadel of inequality, with a male father and a female mother and their common, young and dependent children.  Down in particular with men and especially white men as the most unequal people of all.  Down with marriage because of its exclusivity, and down with heterosexuality.  Down with discrimination and individual preferences of and for one person over another.  Down with free association and disassociation.  Down with all covenants, and down with any and all borders, fortifications or walls separating one person from another.  Down with exclusive, bi- or multi-lateral private contracts.  Down with employers and landlords as unequal and different from employees and renters, and down with the division of labor in general.  Down with the biblical notion that man is to rule and be the master of nature and rank above all animals and plants — and always down with everyone dissenting from the egalitarian leftist creed."
Hans-Hermann Hoppe

"Ronald Reagan is quoted freedom and democracy will leave Marxism and Leninism on the ash heap of history'.
It now appears that socialism/communism is attempting to leave democratic republicanism on the ash heap of history.
However, life and freedom are natural, intense, linked, uncontrollable and countervailing forces to socialism/communism. There is no life, human or not, without freedom and freedom is integral to life. Socialism, communism and democratic republicanism are not forces of life and not forces of freedom. They are forces of oppression and death. They are forces of collectivism, which means that the 'group' has political and social priority over the individual. But this invariably means the power of some individuals over other individuals.
With the extinction of these political philosophies that kill life, freedom will be the only life-giving philosophy left. If there is not to be human misery, death and extinction, freedom has to and will leave socialism/communism in all forms including democratic republicanism on the ash heap of history."
Michael Rozeff

"As history has shown us, it is always the elites that end up in the position of deciding the fates of millions or billions. From the Rockefeller Foundation sterilization programs in the U.S. in the early 1900s to the U.N. today, the globalists, a veritable death cult, are desperate to conjure a rationalization as to why they should be the ones to allow or deny human life based on lies like man-made climate change. My theory — they are psychopaths looking for a socially justifiable way to kill as many people as possible. Why? Because they enjoy it."
Brandon Smith

"The one big promise the state system and its ideology, archism, make is order but all these competing states and proto-states have produced is chaos, violence and disorder.  Worse yet, they learn nothing; their mindset never changes and they continue to use the same strategies, methodologies and tactics that have failed them so far.  They do not and will not, as our late father often advised when we acted up, 'meditate on the virtues of peace'."
James and Michael Ostrowski

"The mainstream media is virtually worthless as a guide to investment.
It is preoccupied with a bankrupt Keynesian economic theory, an ingenious campaign to blame conservatives for bad weather, and endless rotation of the kaleidoscopes of social issues."
George Gilder

"When George Washington said, 'government is force,' he meant that government is force against its own people.
Since by definition government is force, then it follows that government will use any ruse imaginable to increase its power. Increased use of government force or power could backfire unless skillfully handled and justified in the public mind. Therefore, governments rarely take action unless accompanied by skillful propaganda."
Bob Livingston

"The Deep State is not a homogenous or centrally controlled organization. It is not a conspiracy of spooks, meeting in secret and plotting a takeover of the country. Instead, it includes hundreds of thousands of people who already run the country.
It is a loose and tacit alliance of cronies, politicians, bureaucrats, consultants, experts, economists, lobbyists, the press, professors, the whole medical care complex, and the military and its contractors.
There are so many mansions in this house, the walls bulge and the nails pop. And the people who live in them have many different competing interests. But they have one single overriding common agenda – to shift power, status, and wealth from the public to themselves.
That is what makes them different from you and us: They can get richer only by making us poorer. And that, and only that, is the reason federal spending, debt, and fake money go in only one direction – up."
Bill Bonner

"The idea of democracy is an anachronism, at best. The US has mutated into a domestic multicultural empire. The average person has been propagandized into believing that it’s patriotic to do as he’s told. 'We need libraries of regulations, and I’m happy to pay my taxes. It’s the price we pay for civilization.' No, that’s just the opposite of the fact. Those things are signs that civilization is degrading, that the members of society are becoming less individually responsible. And therefore that the country has to be held together by force.
It’s all about control. Power corrupts, and absolute power corrupts absolutely. The type of people that gravitate to government like to control other people. Contrary to what we’re told to think, that’s why the worst people – not the best – want to get into government."
Doug Casey

"If Washington, D.C. were held to biblical standards, it would be an ash heap.
We should stop pretending there’s virtue on one side of this enterprise and evil on the other and accept the reality that two things can be true at once."
Nolan Finley

"It’s not uncommon to hear language that suggests anti-trans discourse constitutes harm—and perhaps even violence—against trans people—for instance, that certain expressions 'invalidate,' 'delegitimize,' or 'erase' trans people. I find it hard to see how any kind of discourse can constitute harm, let alone violence, against any group apart from how it affects people psychologically. Calling arguments 'harmful' or 'violent' are plausibly examples of what I’ve called 'concept inflation'."
Bill Buppert

"Success has a funny way of building someone’s confidence and independence. When you work hard and become successful, you begin to see yourself achieving even more. 
But Bolshevik politicians depend on their supporters seeing themselves as victims, not as champions. 
Their power comes from keeping people angry, afraid, and downtrodden. 
So they’ll never aim to close the wealth gap by helping poor people become successful."
Simon Black

"One look around will expose the results of this societal disaster called democracy. We live in a society of victims, each group a minority within the whole of a communal mess. This is just one of the reasons that the electoral practices of the political system in which we live are so worthless and destructive of sanity. There are those of intellect who oppose this system, but they are a vast minority outcast by the mob. They are marginalized, cursed, threatened, and silenced, all due to the indoctrinated ignorance of the herd, and the masters they follow.
The collective group that makes up the majority relies on false worship of the state, thus the common attitude is one of allegiance, which is 'the loyalty of a citizen to his or her government or of a subject to his or her sovereign.' This is religious in nature, and simply results in a compliant society under the control of the few. When most of any society falls to this level, all freedom has already disappeared, and this is exactly what democracy is meant to achieve. It is now the current state of affairs in this country, and only a monumental effort could alter the course we are on today.
In a system such as this, integrity is replaced by mediocrity, courage is replaced by cowardice, intelligence is replaced by ignorance, and compassion is replaced by indifference. This leaves only a road to perdition."
Gary D. Barnett

Thursday, December 19, 2019

US Crimes of the Week

Truthful headlines (and just one week’s worth) offering you more reasons to separate yourselves from The Regime’s madness:

They even get housing subsidies…

Regime Gangsters Give Amnesty to 4000 Border Invading Liberians

Liberia used to be a place where freed, American blacks could go to escape The Evil White Man. I guess North America wasn’t so bad, after all. Maybe they were attracted by the increasing number of communists residing in the US Collective.

They claim their withdrawal is “hard to foresee.”

And they don’t seem to be concerned about hiding their blatant theft.

And don’t you even dare attempt to criticize Israel.

And the DC parasites are livin’ large!

I’m sure all the criminals will willfully line up and offer their prints.

The program is voluntary for now, but you know that won’t last…

The Emperor gets his wish.

The latest edict also demands financial warfare against anyone supporting a gas pipeline linking Russia and Germany.

How is this any different than how mafias work?

“The law is the law!"

Remember back when the National Guard supposedly “protected” you?

I guess that job is up to local militias, now.

I think they’ll just keep creating delays like this until he’s dead.

And your local town government has no say in the matter!

Of course, their conclusions will not include how to use guns safely, but rather how to further keep honest people from acquiring them.

You can be assured that most of those stolen millions will be used in their next massive, anti-gun propaganda campaign.

Instead, they prefer to “look forward” to discover new and better ways to lie and kill.

Of course, none of these criminals will have insurance and they’ll soon all be voting for lots of free shit (at your expense) in The Regime’s next election.

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

Secession, anyone?

Sunday, December 15, 2019

Quotes of the Week

Enlightened insights taken from the past week’s reading:

"Justice is always naive and self-confident; believing that it will immediately win once recognized. That is the reason why the forces of Justice are so poorly organized. On the other hand, the Evil is cynic, sly and fantastically organized. It never ever has the illusion of the ability to stand on its own feet and to win in a fair competition. That is why it is ready to use any kind of means without hesitation. And of course it does - under the banners of the most noble ideas.
I should like to underline: no people, no country, in which a Communist dictatorship has been established, ever found its way out of it.
"The dream of socialists, the Maximum Programme, has always been to eliminate the private property, the family and the nation state. With the private property they have not succeeded, but they continue on the path of destruction of the family and the nation.'
This power, this authority, Soviet power: they killed everybody who could make any resistance, who could explain his own way of thinking and who could follow his own way of thinking, of believing.
This dream of absolute, universal equality is amazing, terrifying, and inhuman. And the moment it captures people's minds, the result is mountains of corpses and rivers of blood."
Vladimir Bukovsky

"Whenever I hear that our military is fighting wars in the Middle East 'to protect our freedoms,' I have to shake my head. If the military has been fighting 'to protect our freedoms,' then why are our 
freedoms' being eroded away like a beach in a hurricane? Perhaps it is not Moslem terrorists who are a danger to our 'freedoms,' but our own politicians and unelected bureaucrats.
The U.S. establishment has created a confusion of cause and effect by and through a flag-waving mania in America. 'Patriotism' throughout history has covered a multitude of mischief. We are seeing it now!"
Bob Livingston

"It was only toward the middle of the twentieth century that the inhabitants of many European countries came, in general unpleasantly, to the realization that their fate could be influenced directly by intricate and abstruse books of philosophy. Their bread, their work, their private lives began to depend on this or that decision in disputes on principles to which, until then, they had never paid any attention. In their eyes, the philosopher had always been a sort of dreamer whose divigations had no effect on reality. The average human being, even if he had once been exposed to it, wrote philosophy off as utterly impractical and useless. therefore the great intellectual work of the Marxists could easily pass as just one more variation on a sterile pastime. Only a few individuals understood the causes and probably consequences of this general indifference."
 Czeslaw Milosz

"The argument can be made that the largest criminal entity today is not some Colombian cocaine gang, but the US Government. And they’re far more dangerous. They have a legal monopoly on the force to do anything they want with you. Don’t conflate the government with America; they’re different and separate entities. The US Government has its own interests, as distinct as those of General Motors or the Mafia. In fact, I’d probably rather deal with the Mafia than I would with any agency of the US Government.
Even under the worst circumstances – even if the Mafia controlled the United States – I don’t believe Tony Soprano or Al Capone would try to steal 40% of people’s income every year. They couldn’t get away with it. But – because we’re said to be a democracy – the US Government is able to masquerade as 'We the People,' and pull it off."
Doug Casey

"If a government official spends inordinate sums on vacations and luxuries, or is exposed for being on the take, be assured that the person’s political opponents will be all over the story. Meanwhile, the inherent corruption of the system itself, with its systematic expropriation and redistribution, is ignored. But that is by far the more important story, and it’s the only one that really deserves our attention."
Lew Rockwell

"While it may be disturbing for most to face stark realities, there is a lower order of men among us, and they make up the bulk of society. I do not believe this to be arguable, nor do I use this knowledge as an excuse to discount the importance of the makeup of societies. There are obvious differences in people, and those differences can be subtle or severe, but in the end, few are enlightened. One factor that stands out among the masses is that the most important matters are decided by emotion, with fear as the driving force behind decision-making. This type of behavior breeds dependence, and is a recipe for the acceptance of control. When the majority lives with this attitude, freedom cannot exist.
This gives rise to the concept of popular will, and when the majority is relegated to decisions based on fear, emotion, envy, and safety, society as a whole is left with confusion, apathy, and tyrannical rule. This leads to despair, division, and chaos. This is where we are today in America."
Gary D. Barnett

"If Americans feel that country x is being bullied or threatened by country y, then let them, of their own accord, individually or with the help of other like-minded people, send them military aid. If country x is seeking American aid to help it fight against country y, then let it advertise its desire on television, radio, online, or via direct mail. No American should be forced by his government to give aid to any country. If any American cares which flag will be hoisted on a small piece of land thousands of miles away, then let him put his money where his mouth is. All foreign aid should be private and voluntary, military or otherwise."
Laurence Vance

"If a war is fought, it must be over a concrete set of contentions. If a Democrat enters the White House after the 2020 election and attempts to institute major gun control and gun confiscation measures, then this is a perfectly solid reason to fight. If they try to enforce carbon restrictions that would destroy what's left of our economy and cause suffering among the public, then this is another good reason to fight. If they try to legislate even more socialist programs, usurping constitutional parameters and taxing the populace into perpetual poverty, then yes, we should fight. But Trump? No, Trump is a pied piper, not a leader or a rationale for civil war."
Brandon Smith

"Communism is a human software virus based on greed, envy and a conviction that Darwinian violence is the sole arbiter of how human societies are regulated. Like all such economically illiterate and morally depraved creeds, they fail.
They always fail; hence, it must spread to the next victim-host to be devoured, driven into the stone-age and stack piles of corpses.
Rinse and repeat."
Bill Buppert

“War, is harmful, not only to the conquered but to the conqueror. Society has arisen out of the works of peace; the essence of society is peacemaking. Peace and not war is the father of all things. Only economic action has created the wealth around us; labor, not the profession of arms, brings happiness. Peace builds; war destroys."
Ludwig von Mises

"Chaos makes it difficult to either predict the future or explain the past. My mind is strange: it insists upon factual evidence and sound reasoning before coming to conclusions. Even then, these conclusions are subject to change with additional evidence and/or rational explanation. I have a vested interest in my opinions being as consistent as possible with the complicated patterns the universe presents me, and I find that a clearly functioning mind is the best means for accomplishing this. I do not find opinion polls – where people share their ignorance – nor threats of punishment, nor the opinions of a goat-herd who claims predictive powers from squeezing the testicles of one of her goats, sufficient bases for thinking and acting as I do."
Butler Shaffer

Thursday, December 12, 2019

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:

It didn’t work out so well for some creep named, Beto……

The hope, of course is such “lethal aid” will be used to kill lots of Russians.

Will there be fireworks in the sky and angels singing?

I doubt it means much to the families of these men and women that The Regime is pocketing a lot of money in exchange for their lives.

Heck they're losing their lives to these terrorists without even leaving the "homeland."

Your sons and daughters will die to defend these thugs, as well.

They’re going after states who disallow voters who are criminal, border invading, looting parasites that tend to vote for the above-mentioned Bolsheviks.

The bounty is just for information, now but I’m sure that will change. This individual has been officially designated a “terrorist” though no information exists proving he is one.

You can look forward to having your identity stolen by some thieving parasite for as little as $10.

They’re even a threat to tax slaves who happen to walk the same ground.

The only “predators” that bother me take cover under that big ugly dome in DC, voted in by looting loyalists.

Instead of giving them “paid leave,” why don’t we just “pay them to leave!

It’s just as large a failure as their War on “Terror.”

Prohibition never works, no matter how much state violence you put behind it.

Don’t you think it’s time for this Regime Crime to end? Why not help convey that one, necessary, brief command to The Regime’s hired killers and conmen in Afghanistan- “GTFO!”

Even the Regime controlled media is now admitting it.

Unfortunately, the DC Gangsters who profit from it will continue to ignore the truth.   

Giving psychopaths unbridled power results in all sorts of chicanery.

It’s gotten to the point that they believe that their own hired killers are too stupid to think for themselves.

First, they’ll cripple it with onerous regulations to complement their War on Other Plants, then they’ll kill it off completely with oppressive taxation.

They can’t find enough Jihadis to chase after, so they’ll harass the Russians.

Will these lunatics ever run out of free shit to demand?

And forcing you to pay for it?

But she doesn’t appear to want such an investigation of her favorite war.

Has this woman ever apologized for her voluntary participation in this particular war crime?

He says such money cannot be “diverted” for such uses- meaning that protecting the border from invasion is not a function of “national defense.”

But invading and occupying other countries is?

Regime Gangsters will never voluntarily limit the flow of money. The only way to accomplish that is to cut off Tax Teat that feeds their criminal activity. 

How do you do that? Secession!

They name some companies that “helped Iran import items for its weapons of mass destruction programs”…that don’t exist!

He was peacefully informing people that it’s, “Okay to be white.”

Well, we certainly can't tolerate that kind of hate speech!

Some good news for the resistance:

Any disruption in the city’s criminal activity is a good thing.

Of course, if they try this in Texas, they’ll be turned into road kill.

So, if you’re a typical loyalist, you probably think these folks also “want to bring back slavery.”

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

Secession, anyone?