Thursday, May 30, 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:

Emperor Sending More Killers to Middle East

At least the numbers are down from the originally projected 10,000.

But the question immediately pops into your head- For what?

DC claims it’s to protect their “interests,” which of course means the interest of the empire.

Regime Goon Orders New Restrictions on Sharing Information with Regime Gangsters

The Gangsters supposedly have “oversight” over the Goon and his military fiefdom, but he doesn’t see it that way.

Regime Declares War on Journalists and Truth

The Regime’s revenge proceedings have started against the individual most responsible for embarrassing it and exposing it’s innumerable crimes.

Glory be! Out of nowhere (thanks to The Emperors’ support of the persecution), the Regime Controlled Media is suddenly supportive of Assange!

Such data will not only be used to refine their propaganda but to also search for more journalists and truth tellers to persecute.

It’s called “meddling” and is only a crime when others do it to the DC Demons.

There’s eve some concern about being implicated in war crimes, but that won’t stop DC from continuing the slaughter.

They are suffering from supposed “unjustified retaliatory tariffs.” When someone fires a bullet at you, is it “unjustified” for that assaulted party to return another bullet?

One state intervention in trade (tariff/taxes) calls for another intervention to compensate a DC-designated victim group/crony industry.

And you and I pay more for every intervention!

Remember these spying goons the next time your local government raises taxes to pay [private] hackers their ransom bitcoin.

In the spirit of Christo-fascism, he can’t wait to see aircraft full of body bags landing at Dover. Then comes a short, obscene ceremony celebrating the sacrament of human sacrifice in service to the DC King. Film at 11:00

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

Secession, anyone?

Sunday, May 26, 2019

Quotes of the Week

Enlightened insights taken from the past week’s reading:

"Facebook has every right to limit speech on its own company-owned platforms, but it should not go in with government to limit the speech of its competitors, now or future unknown. Government doesn’t have that power and never should have that power. That power is a totalitarian threat.
Does it make any sense to allow such a monstrous totalitarian threat in order to remove the kinds of sites and commentators now being removed? Usually the pretext is that they are using hate speech or spinning conspiracy theories or failing to say politically-correct things about people and events in various categories. Again, the 'solution' of government control of speech is invoking an elephant to kill a flea. The targets of control are actually non-problems. Alex Jones is not a problem. If he were breaking any laws, see to it that he’s indicted.
There is now a truckload of people tossed off Facebook and YouTube and Twitter who are actually non-problems and are breaking no laws. Tossing them off has created an outcry. The outcry now allows Facebook and others to call for regulation, which they desire and benefit from. But there is a huge downside for our system because it means government censorship becomes legal. Don’t do it."
Michael Rozeff

"Political cults are caravans to mass graves and fortunately all politics has a shelf life, some folks just like to put the pedal to the metal when it comes to scrambling over the ideological cliff for their masters.
Burn this into your skulls and sear it into your brain: the quaint term 'Deep State' is nothing more than a civilized synonym for communism."
Bill Buppert

"I agree with Adam Smith in the idea that normal citizens will act to pursue success, but also to pursue balance. When given the opportunity to actually function within a true free market, most people are not going to destroy their surrounding environment and resources in some mad dash for gain. Why? Because it is in their self-interest not to. They know that if they abuse the structures around them they will lose their source of commerce. They know that if they ruin the system for others that they will be shunned in business. They also know that if they fail in such a spectacular manner and commit criminal sabotage of the free market system they will have to suffer the regret and shame that will follow.
The only factor that this does not apply to are the elites themselves; the narcissistic sociopaths devoid of conscience with whom we now contend for our freedoms. I would suggest that Smith’s free markets, unshackled from centralization and government interference, would function almost perfectly if these people were cut from the equation entirely."
Brandon Smith

"America focuses more on transgender bathrooms and whether Bruce Jenner is a girl than on its endless and draining wars. China sends its brightest to the world’s best technical school while America makes its universities into playpens for the mildly retarded. The country crumbles but spends drunkenly on defective fighter planes it doesn’t need in the first place.
This won’t work a whole lot longer."
Fred Reed

"Just how intelligent is a race of people who will themselves to extinction? We should call it a moral crisis. We fear tyranny, we fear war, we fear disease, we fear economic depression, but we have absolutely no fear of self-extinction. 
On the contrary, it seems to be a badge of distinction to have only one child and then kill oneself."
Bob Livingston

"A government accountable to law and to the people requires a united people, not the disunity of multiculturalism and Identity Politics.  With the indigenous ethnic base of all of the Western countries under attack as 'white supremacists,' the West can no longer defend its culture from the immigrants who do not share the culture."
Paul Craig Roberts

"The egalitarian worldview of the Left is not only incompatible with libertarianism, however. It is so out of touch with reality that one must be wondering how anyone can take it seriously. The man-on-the-street certainly does not believe in the equality of all men. Plain common sense and sound prejudice stand in the way of that. And I am even more confident that no one of the actual proponents of the egalitarian doctrine really, deep down, believes what he proclaims. Yet how, then, could the Leftist worldview have become the dominant ideology of our age? At least for a libertarian, the answer should be obvious: the egalitarian doctrine achieved this status not because it is true, but because it provides the perfect intellectual cover for the drive toward totalitarian social control by a ruling elite."
Hans-Hermann Hoppe

"Certainly government is the wrong institution to have a powerful influence in educating children. A major result is that government uses its tax power to glorify itself. Over time, it worms its way into the historical narratives taught in schools. Some famous and influential philosophers have advocated this very result as being appropriate for society, and this just makes matters worse. Public education finds advocates, and the children’s minds are systematically filled with rubbish and robbed of proper education."
Walter Williams

"I always look on the bright side. Which is that – if you give yourself a little psychological distance – this is all a comedy. AOC, The Donald, Bolton, Bernie Sanders, Pocahontas, Hillary, Kamala, etc., etc. They’re all dangerous megalomaniacs. But the chimpanzees listen to them, choose teams, hang on to their every word, support them, and are easily incited to hoot and pant at each other. The American public is going to get exactly what it deserves. I have no sympathy for them. Or about as much as I would have had for the Romans in the fifth century, when the empire was collapsing."
Doug Casey

"A general rule: the second someone accuses you of being a 'white supremacist,' you can assume you are dealing with a mental defective, or a smear artist.
And when someone accuses libertarianism itself as being a tool of white supremacism, mute him. Do not engage. You are dealing with low-grade mental illness."
Tom Woods

Thursday, May 23, 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 claim they will treat them with “dignity and respect.” Why can’t they offer “dignity and respect” to the tax slaves who fund all this nonsense?

The DC Demons release more every day, abiding fraudspreading myths and contributing to the bankrupting of local governments. How long before they number in the millions?

Emperor Declares Paranoia Emergency Over Foreign Technology

He doesn’t want foreign goons spying on you. Only DC Goons are allowed to do that.

They wanted you, the tax slave to reimburse a group of authoritarian Islamists worth tens of millions- the same group that they’ve be trying to kill the last eighteen years!

By warning of a possible “misidentification.”

Is this a prelude to a false flag or an established excuse for a future shoot down?

It looks like they’ll occur during “Memorial” Day when such crimes and lies of the past need to be remembered.

They don’t have a case with which to prosecute him, so they’ll just plain persecute him.

Na├»ve suggestion: Aren’t these jokers on the same side?

Fact and Reality: Self-interest, not service, is the primary motivator. They all have their little fiefdoms to protect.

So, males competing in girl’s sport competitions is now considered “equality.”

Remember when such nonsense was considered fraud and cheating? I guess we should give reparations to all the East German, women athletes?

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

Secession, anyone?

Sunday, May 19, 2019

Quotes of the Week

Enlightened insights taken from the past week’s reading:

"Abraham Lincoln’s original battle plan was called 'The Anaconda Plan' because its goal was to strangle the economy of the South by blocking international trade.  The only difference is that with protectionist tariffs we do to ourselves in peacetime what our enemies try to do to us in wartime: Harm us by blocking valued imports from other countries.
Protectionist tariffs are the quintessential anti-populist, monopolistic policy because they are the result of a price-fixing conspiracy between small groups of greedy, rent-seeking corporations (with the help of their unions) and pandering politicians.  They do legally what the antitrust laws are supposed to prevent.  They line the pockets of plutocrats and politicians at the expense of all consumers, including corporate consumers who utilize such products as steel and aluminum to manufacture their own products.  Twenty-five percent tariffs on steel and aluminum will not make your next new car, washing machine, or anything else made of metal cheaper, contrary to what tinfoil hat economic commentators like Pat Buchanan say.  Even higher taxes will not 'make America great again' but will only enlarge the power and purse of the corrupt, criminal state.  Americans should be sickened at Donald Trump’s pontifications yesterday about how wonderful it supposedly is that, thanks to his new tariffs, the Washington 'swamp' will now be tens of billions of dollars richer, and American consumers that much poorer.  The same swamp that works devilishly, day in and day out, to try to get rid of Trump himself by any means possible.  He and Buchanan should be wearing Abe Lincoln style stovepipe tinfoil hats."
Tom DiLorenzo

"It is striking that new competition often takes the form of entirely new and different ways of doing things. New industries arise. Cars replace horses. Stores refrigerate milk and replace the milkman. Computers replace typewriters and paper files. This entry of the new is what checks the older industries. As long as entry is free, monopoly is held in check.
Government regulation prevents free entry. It supports monopoly and cartels. It prevents competition from arising. This is the bad outcome to be avoided. This is what will occur if internet speech is regulated, and worse, much worse. Regulating speech is bound in this case to crimp political competition and idea competition."
Michael Rozeff

"Throughout history, governments arise to address problems, sometimes involving defense against attack, sometimes to handle social conflicts involving disputes over property and other conflicts, sometimes to hand down law. We have yet to find ways to live with either very limited government or no government at all, but these are the only two paths to escape the great infirmities of government that we impose on ourselves."
Walter Williams

"Really, reparations is just the logical culmination of the new forms of discrimination, that were given a legal imprimatur with Affirmative Action. Most Americans don’t realize that 'race norming' of qualification tests provided unimaginable assistance to blacks trying to get well-paid, benefits-laden government jobs. Quotas and Affirmative Action mandated that race, especially one particular race, was considered first and foremost for virtually every job in the work force. Don’t get caught without your 'We are an equal opportunity employer' logo."
Donald Jeffries

"So here’s my prediction of what’s going to happen over the next couple of generations. Many nation states will simply collapse or disappear. Incidentally, I don’t think the U.S. will be a survivor. The country used to share a common culture, albeit with quaint regional variations. That’s no longer the case. The election of Trump has crystalized long-simmering, and growing antagonisms. It’s not that Americans just have a political difference of opinion. It now boils down to mutual cultural hatred, and on a visceral level. It’s only been exacerbated by the push for 'multiculturalism,' always a stupid and destructive concept, from the usual suspects."
Doug Casey

"Knowing libertarian theory — the rules of peaceful interactions — is like knowing the rules of logic — the rules of correct thinking and reasoning. . . just as every logician who wants to make good use of his knowledge must turn his attention to real thought and reasoning, so a libertarian theorist must turn his attention to the actions of real people. Instead of being a mere theorist, he must also become a sociologist and psychologist and take account of 'empirical' social reality, i.e., the world as it really is."
Hans-Hermann Hoppe

"The real questions for the politically correct crowd are: (1) why isn’t war politically incorrect, and (2) why isn’t it politically incorrect for the politically correct arbiters of language to call the rest of us names? The real racists in America are those who call white people racist."
Paul Craig Roberts

"The corporatist, globalist elites and their partners in government want you to think that all rights, all economic activity and all power flows from government to you. That you must go to college, learn the ways of the state, and be sent forth from the Ivory Towers as a good little globalist. 
The opposite is true. We are the producers. Government is there to steal the fruits of it from us first by creating fiat money, which must go through the government where those in power receive it and use it before it is debased through inflation, and stolen from us again via taxation.
Fiat money is a lie that supersedes political party. It is now outside the law. The only way the dollar — or any currency that replaces it — will lose the power of control is if a currency exists outside of the corruption of the state and government."
Bob Livingston

"I abhor war. I have little use for those who revel in war and killing, and I have much contempt for the voluntary military. This does not mean that I did not have empathy for those young men drafted into slavery during past wars, those who were lied to and told they were fighting for good. They were confused and scared, and in many cases just trying to get out alive. The fact that they were put into that position in the first place is an abomination, and exposes the evil of the ruling elites and the politicians they control who care nothing about other people’s children.
There is no honor in war, and there never has been any honor in killing for the state."
Gary D. Barnett

"Every technology breakthrough going back to the earliest days of the Industrial Revolution has been met with cries of, 'But what about the masses who will be thrown out of work?' And every time, there’s always more work to be done on the other side of the disruption caused by the technology breakthrough.
Why would now be any different?"
Dave Gonigam

"The American Revolution was unique in history because it made possible the establishment of a government based on a new and untried principle, namely, that the government has no power except what the governed have granted it. That was a shift in power that had never occurred before.
A new American revolution was initiated in 1913, when the government was invested with the power to confiscate private property… that this power over the economy of the country put into the hands of the American government a means of liquidating the sovereignty of the citizenry."
Frank Chodorov

"The principle that the end justifies the means is in individualist ethics regarded as the denial of all morals. In collectivist ethics it becomes necessarily the supreme rule."
Friedrich von Hayek, The Road to Serfdom 

Thursday, May 16, 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:

“How dare they ship coal without our permission!"

Well, at least until there “is no insurgency left.”

Which means when everyone is… dead. And they’re working hard on that.

Regime Continues to Allow Thousands of Invading Criminals into Country

Let’s all welcome these fake families with contagious diseases.

Regime Sending Their Airport Perverts to Border

They will molest invading criminals before ushering them to their new home of tax funded freebies.

‘Yes, it’s unconstitutional and fraudulent, but there’s still some good stuff in there…”

Yes, I’m sure that will go well

They’re already doing that with a trade war, so why not with a future shooting war.

It’s your “obligation” as long as these invaders are “law abiding.”

If they were “law abiding,” they wouldn’t have violated immigration law!

They’ve become so good at it, that they’ve actually published a “how to” manual.

They then have a “legal” avenue to prosecute the brave whistle blower.

And that’s before they even start their criminal invasion of Iran.

If a private investment firm did this, they would be shut down and jailed. Why do we tolerate such incompetence by DC goons and gangsters?

Even a hardcore loyalist shouldn’t be surprised at this.

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

Secession, anyone?

Sunday, May 12, 2019

Quotes of the Week

Enlightened insights taken from the past week’s reading:

"Why is it that all U.S. soldiers (and police, firemen, and first responders) are heroes? It doesn’t matter where soldiers go, why they go, how long they stay, whether they should go, or what they do when they are there—the soldiers are all heroes. It doesn’t matter how many widows and orphans soldiers make, how many bombs they drop, how many civilians they kill, how much infrastructure they destroy, how many bullets they fire, how many missiles they launch, or how many of 'the enemy' they injure, maim, or kill—the soldiers are all heroes.
What is so heroic about just joining the military? What is so heroic about wearing a military uniform? What is so heroic about getting up in the morning when you are told to? What is so heroic about making widows and orphans? What is so heroic about fighting 'over there' when there was no chance that you would have to fight 'over here'? What is so heroic about dropping bombs from 40,000 feet? What is so heroic about dying for a mistake?"
Laurence Vance

"The political correctness people are the most alienated and emotionally weak element in the society.  Yet they dominate in the media, entertainment, universities, and art world.  How is it possible that the Washingtonians are prepared to take us to war with real people—Russians, Chinese and North Koreans—two countries that have already whipped us once—and Persians, an ancient race that even the Romans had a hard time with?  Do the fools in Washington really think that our homosexualized, feminized, transgenderized military can take on Russians, Chinese, and Persians?  Hollywood can make all the movies it wants with female superheroes, but superheroes are the last thing whining American feminists are."
Paul Craig Roberts

"Only libertarians offer a critique of centralized power in the current environment, and only libertarians offer 'live and let live' as a solution to the cultural rancor and political rancor all around us. Only libertarians propose real money, reality-based economics, and abolition rather than reform of doomed government programs. Only libertarians offer any just or humane approach to the question of what politically-vanquished people might do via decentralization and subsidiarity. Realistic conservatives should acknowledge the role the state has served in destroying the culture they claim to want to conserve."
Jeff Deist

"Sanctions are not a more humane alternative to war. They are just another form of war. In fact they are perhaps the cruelest form of war because they do not target the military of an adversary, but rather the innocent civilian population.
Sanctions do not inspire people to rise up and overthrow their governments. Most civilians suffering under sanctions couldn’t throw out their rulers even if they wanted to — after being impoverished and malnourished for years they are really expected to take on their own government’s military?"
Ron Paul

"The concept of freedom of the individual, or individual liberty, has been shoved down the memory hole and replaced by a popular mentality of diminishing the individual and independent thinker to a collectivist mind (mentality) which can be esoterically swayed, directed and channeled against his own best interest. The virtue and sanctity of the individual person and ego is no more, and anathema to the state.
If the people imagine that they are free, all sorts of crimes by the political system can be imposed, without protest, upon the people. It functions as an invisible armed guard."
Bob Livingston

"'Social Justice Warriors' are blinded by the fact that they are in vast danger of becoming the very thing they claim to hate:  
Tyrannical fanatics driven not by a healthy balance of reason and emotion, but by pseudo-religious (claiming to know truths transcendent of reason) dogma."
Chris Campbell

"The truth hurts, but truth is the most powerful weapon against tyranny. If acceptance of truth is the savior of mankind, then apathy is its destroyer. Considering the current mentality of the U.S. population, it would seem that the end is closer than it appears.In America, war is a constant. It is a fact of everyday existence, although the citizens don’t see it firsthand because the aggressors take the war to far away places. The victims are simply seen as meaningless strangers from another culture. It feels as if war is a normal part of life, and will never end. It is not that there are wars being waged to defend America, as this country’s mainland has never been attacked. Even the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor was sought and planned, and known about in advance. The wars today are in distant lands, where the killing of innocents and the raping of countries are much removed from the minds of the ignorant and apathetic populace."
Gary D. Barnett

"This relationship between government and corporations has become so egregious that today these monopolies receive special legal protections and immunity from some civil lawsuits, aid in the form of taxpayer funded welfare, massive tax cuts which smaller businesses and less connected corporations do not enjoy, and even central bank bailouts which keep them afloat. Major corporations are not allowed to fail, and no one is allowed to compete with them on a level playing field.
This is the exact antithesis to free markets. This is socialism. Yet many socialists point the finger at free market 'capitalism' as the source of all our economic problems. This is impossible, because free markets on a level any higher than local trade do not exist today and have not existed for at least a century."
Brandon Smith

"Governments are so united against 'terrorism' because it’s not just a very effective tactic against the nation state – it really can only be used against the nation state. Governments couldn’t care less about the few hundreds of people that might be killed in a terror attack. They care because it threatens their existence."
Doug Casey

"The socialists think the Green New Deal entails investments that pay off more than their cost. But if the good that’s produced is American air with lower CO2 content, how do we use that to pay back the bonds that finance new plants? How do we use that air to purchase foreign goods? How do we use that air to recoup the higher prices for everything we consume? Our cleaner air goes into the atmosphere where it mixes with every other country’s dirtier air. Meanwhile, they follow their own rules."
Michael Rozeff

"When law and morality contradict each other, the citizen has the cruel alternative of either losing his moral sense or losing his respect for the law."
Frederic Bastiat

Thursday, May 9, 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:

Their lies continue to get more brazen and more easily proven as lies. Is this a sign of desperation?

Exposed- Regime’s Plan for Venezuelan Coup

They’ve had a plan for well over a year. Lately, they’ve been using their favorite goon to push for its implementation.

Regime Stops Tracking Enemy in Afghanistan

They don’t want to keep reminding you, dear tax slave, how they are failing and getting their butts whipped.

Regime’s Pentagram Adding to Illegal Invader Problem

Pilots come to be trained, but take off- not into the sky, but into The Homeland.

“Sustainment costs” for its newest killing machine.

“Racism” always causes non-whites to make poor choices.

Either that or “Russia.”

Then, he taxes you to bail them out!

You just need to suck it up while he “punishes” the efficient Chinese.

It’s killing economic activity- The same result if any other criminal activity was allowed to go unabated. 

And a million more “migrants” are on the way.

If they don’t already have a war to occupy their killers and killing machines, they’ll certainly go looking for or creating one.

Some nonsense about “threats,” “warnings,” and “escalatory indications.”  You want details? They’ll make them up if they must.

The agenda is to destroy him as a human being.

“Support the troops!”

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

Secession, anyone?

Saturday, May 4, 2019

Quotes of the Week

Enlightened insights taken from the past week’s reading:

"With a few exceptions, it would hard to detect any regionalism among the current crop of 535 members of Congress. As Americans move and consume, we become a less independent and more plastic people dominated by a Midwestern Yankee Puritanism. Recent studies have shown that children who move frequently are less likely to excel in school or in a social environment. They aren’t from anywhere and have no real culture. This is by design. Nationalization creates a crop of drones with an 'Americanism' that suggests saying the Pledge of Allegiance makes you an American and that Abraham Lincoln and Hamilton’s state capitalist dream are the greatest parts of American history. We have replaced Billy’s Grocery, Harvey Lumber Company, and Daniel Appliance with Publix, Home Depot, and Best Buy respectively. Buy your American flag at the Home Depot with your credit card during our Presidents’ Day sale in every town USA. Let’s do this."
Brion McClanahan

"Everyone once took for granted that the goal was to seize the federal apparatus and impose their vision on the country.
How about just abandoning this crazy, inhumane task?
Why not admit the differences are irreconcilable, and simply go our separate ways?
Is this not obviously the most humane solution?
Or is there some expectation that somehow, down the road, we'll all be reconciled?
I'm serious about that question: how would this ever happen?
To the contrary, it's only going to get worse.
Pointlessly forcing these irreconcilable parties to continue along in this way is what normal people would call 'extremist.'
Radical decentralization and secession, on the other hand, is what our betters call 'extremist.' Yet these are the obvious and humane solutions."
Tom Woods

"Here’s the critical thing: the socialists have positioned themselves as the good guys, the ones doing the moral thing. And nobody, with the exception of Ayn Rand – and libertarians – has ever defended capitalism on a moral basis. Which is actually the way it should be defended. But their arguments are intellectual, not emotional. So they’re totally lost on the average chimp."
Doug Casey

"The indifference concerning war in this country is a double-edged sword. While ignoring the horrors of U.S. foreign policy is the easy way out, especially when that indifference can be shielded from scrutiny behind the shadow of false patriotism, it does not erase guilt by involvement. No war can be sustained by the state unless consent of the people is given, regardless whether it is informed or implied. Blood is not just on the hands of soldiers hired to murder for the state, it is also on the hands of the people who do nothing to stop it."
Gary D. Barnett

"Exaggeration in every sense is as essential to newspaper writing as it is to the writing of plays: for the point is to make as much as possible of every occurrence. So that all newspaper writers are, for the sake of their trade, alarmists: this is their way of making themselves interesting. What they really do, however, is resemble little dogs who, as soon as anything whatever moves, start up a loud barking. It is necessary, therefore, not to pay too much attention to their alarms, and to realize in general that the newspaper is a magnifying glass, and this only at best: for very often it is no more than a shadow-play on the wall."
Arthur Schopenhauer

"With the invention of 'hate speech,' whatever that is, it was inevitable that some views would not be tolerated by our increasingly authoritarian rulers. Flinging 'Nazi' at your opponents is fair game, and now apparently punching them is, too. If it’s considered acceptable to just walk up and punch someone because they 'offend' you, then we are no longer a civil society. As long as they are 'Nazis,' or 'racists,' or 'neo-Nazis' or 'white supremacists,' or 'white nationalists,' that is. But don’t shoot a robber- that’s against the law.
Adolph Hitler never had any idea what he created."
Donald Jeffries

"Change agents understand that the people will accept almost anything, no matter how immoral or absurd, if it is instituted gradually, first as unofficial public policy and then as official public policy. People accept their conditioning over time no matter what it is. Even the most absurd of notions come to be accepted over a long enough time frame. Gradualism is the key to defining deviancy down."
Bob Livingston

"It’s the ultimate in hubris to believe climate revolves solely around human activity. Yet politicians, rather admitting the obvious, that we don’t know far more than we do know, blame an ever-changing climate on everything from flatulent cows to processed meats.Much like the Russian collusion hoax, the left creates a narrative to fit their agenda, putting conclusions before research and discovery. Instead they would be better served by applying the scientific method of observing, formulating a hypothesis, testing it against observations, modifying and refining the hypothesis, until after extensive testing it accurately predicts future events.Otherwise it’s just more blather and fear mongering, just as we heard for over two years with Russian collusion fantasies that turned out to be nothing. Just as late April snow, in the eyes of the left, is further evidence of a warming planet."
Brian C. Joondeph

"I am certain that many Americans who bear no inbred ill-will toward minorities will develop much resentment and worse if they are forced into paying so-called reparations. It will be a natural response. There already is resentment aroused by the trillions in wealth transfers that have already occurred and the favoritism of affirmative action programs. This is especially the case when after 50 years of this, white people are more than ever accused of being racists by ungrateful spokesmen who have made it their livelihood to be race hustlers. From this angle, reparations are simply one more highly divisive issue that will inflame hostility. Sum it up this way: Enough is enough."
Michael Rozeff

"Emotions, like thoughts, come and go.  
Sometimes we know why -- unresolved issues, conflicts, and desires -- other times we don’t.  
The real problem with 'trigger warnings' and 'microaggressions' is they imply that individuals are powerless over their reactions to how they feel -- harkening back to a time of unbridled religiosity, when we thought we were just playthings of the Gods.  
It’s an act of sacrificing your personal agency to the irrational whims of Zeus, rather than standing in your own power and showing why certain thoughts and ideas are harmful and unjust.  
The real danger is that this idea is slipping into politics.  
More and more, individuals are falling prey to this new axiom: 'I feel, therefore I am.'  
Even worse…  
'If I feel a certain way, it means that you must affirm my feelings… no matter how absurd the conclusion I make from them.' 
If you don’t, of course, I can claim 'violence' on my person by saying you inflicted pain, suffering, and discrimination.  
You attacked the very foundation of who I am  -- my feelings."
Chris Campbell

"Please remember that guilt plus politics is a toxic mixture.  It serves to dethrone reason and transfer power to clever abusers. Don’t concede good intentions to people who wield this weapon against you They aim to chop things down, not to repair them.
Let me make this very clear:
Guilt mixed with politics is poison. It’s a weapon designed to destroy Western civilization.
So, repair your errors and then reject the guilt."
Paul Rosenberg

Thursday, May 2, 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:

Their bookkeeping isn’t worth a shit, so why would their basic math skills (counting bodies) be any better.

Exposed- Regime Killers Killing More Afghans Than Their Supposed Enemy

And here we thought they were defending them.

Regime Now Releasing Over One Thousand Border Invaders into Country Every Day

And then they usher them into comfortable buses that take them to Oz- where they spread disease.

And instead of turning them back or even giving these invaders a dose of S-T-K, our "Border Defenders" are busy “heating up baby bottles and changing diapers.”

Just keeping the masses alarmed and in fear…

Yes, living underground as a criminal is not a comfortable nor enjoyable lifestyle. And that is exactly as it should be, don’t you think?

Why is it the Loony Left is always so concerned about the comfort of criminals?

We only have ten years And here our Waitress-in-Chief was assuring us we had twelve!

I better get to work adjusting my life insurance policy…

Shades of Vietnam- They had to destroy it to save it…

The EU is using an “untrusted vendor,” meaning one that isn’t directly plugged into the DC spy network.

It’s always the producer that suffers the most from tariffs. The arrogant Orange Lord insists it's “short term pain for long term gain.”

First, they cause gas prices to rise by their war mongering against Iran.

Now, they want to screw you some more by raising your gas taxes.

Well, they had to try out their new war toy somewhere!

Plus, I’m sure there’s still more “democratizing” to be done…

Remember when they said the searches were to “protect” you on your flight? Their reasons for searching now also include “to assist in enforcement of tax, bankruptcy, environmental and consumer protection laws, gather intelligence and advance criminal investigations.”

Hey, you loyalists- If I hold up your Piece of Paper and show them the 4th amendment, will they give me a pass?

“The audacity of Venezuela! They chose a candidate for president that does not have my approval!”

Why? Well...because…they’re…you know…white.

There are “oil resources and arable resources” to exploit.

And while there, they'll pay people to investigate war crimes...meaning, of course, the other side's war crimes.

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

Secession, anyone?