Tuesday, December 25, 2012

Myth: Gun Control Reduces Crime

Jim Reeves: Silver Bells and Snowflake

Secession Roundup

Peter Schiff talks about secession

"Believe me, as things get worse and worse in America, more and more people are going to be looking at secession as a possibility."-Peter Schiff

Of course fake liberals like Chris Matthews find secession talk "shocking". "Liberals" are nothing but statist hypocrites and liars.

In Defense of the Second Amendment

I believe we are coming close to the end of the nation-state as we have known it for the past 500 years. I believe that the military historian, Martin van Creveld, is correct. The central governments are running out of solvency, and their ability to provide protection against crime and also provide retirement benefits for the mass of humanity, is in decline.

Over the next half-century, and perhaps even less, politicians are going to realize that they can no longer protect citizens against armed criminals locally, and they cannot afford to support their aging populations. At that point, there will be a transfer of legitimacy back in the direction of local civil government. Local civil governments will rest heavily upon armed citizens who are in a position to be deputized.

So, I expect a greater decentralization. This decentralization will take place most rapidly in societies where citizens have never surrendered their right to keep and bear arms. This is why I think the United States is the most likely nation to be the working model for this process of decentralization. Americans are more heavily armed than any other people in the democratic world. They may not be as heavily armed as rural residents of Afghanistan, but they are surely better armed than any other Western nation except Switzerland.-In Defense of the Second Amendment

Gerald Celente: 2013 Trends Include Secession
Secession Progression: A year ago, we forecast secession movements springing up around the world. The trend has grown from ripple to groundswell as citizens become increasingly hostile to their unresponsive governments. Following the re-election of Barack Obama in the US, over a million people signed petitions in favor of seceding from the Union. Worldwide, there are some 250 secessionist movements. As governments focus upon saving only the too-big-to-fail, people will rise up against nations seen as "too-big-to govern" and "too-broken-to fix." The evidence for a secession trend is obvious, but the media and politicians ignore or deride it.-War & Peace, An Awakening: Renaissance or Ruin?

Secession? It Happens All the Time - by Jim Fedako

It would seem those who cannot conceive of voluntary governing entities have never looked closely at a map of political boundaries in Ohio. For, if they had, they would have noticed pockets of resistance inside the political monoliths that are Ohio cities.

Although central Ohio is almost tabletop flat, city boundaries appear more like metastasizing cancers than squared-off grids, with the tentacles of each Leviathan reaching from its respective city center to burgeoning tax bases in outlying areas. Not in an orderly fashion, like a box being stretched on all sides, but more like cancerous appendages finding paths of least resistance. And where Leviathan meets Leviathan, city boundaries twist and turn, but never cross, in an effort to consume whatever additional taxes remain available.

As cities expand, they tend to island properties where residents want no part of the respective city’s income tax and associated ills – with the cancerous tentacles reaching around recalcitrant residents and surrounding them. So buried within city limits, you will find sanctuaries of voluntary resistance.

The mix of cities and sanctuaries is made all the more obvious while driving area roads and noting the occasional quick succession of signs that read, "Enter Corp" and "Leave Corp."

Cities in Ohio grow through annexation, a mostly voluntary process whereby property owners decide to switch allegiance from their townships to neighboring cities. I say mostly voluntary, because, as with all things political, machinations sometimes come into play.

Typically, annexations occur when a developer purchases empty land adjoining the city limits. The developer desires benefits such as the higher density allowed by city zoning or city-funded road improvements for his proposed shopping mall, etc., while city government desires the additional taxes. The annexation is deemed beneficial to both developer and city government, though it typically ends up a detriment to taxpayers already within city limits.

It is important to note that almost every annexation includes a corresponding secession – with a property owner seceding from his township in order to be annexed into the city. So, in principle, secession is an accepted practice.1

Of course, secession is not currently an option at the state level. Nor does Ohio have provisions for secession through voluntary action as a means to leave a city to rejoin the township. However, secession is allowed, nonetheless.

So, if land is allowed to switch political boundaries, with the a priori result being benefits for the landowner and the political entity, it would seem that truly voluntary governing entities are both feasible and efficient.

I claim that such voluntary agreements would be efficient since both parties (property owner and governing entity) agreed to the switch from their respective standpoints of a priori gains – they both expected to gain from the agreement. And the concept of individual gains holds for both property owners who agreed to annexation as well as those who desired to remain in a newly encircled, low-tax enclave – both having benefited a priori by their respective decisions.

Now I have not come to defend the state, but to bury it. I only use the above as an example of where resistance and changing allegiances are reality, with no corresponding breakdown in society. Given this, it is but a small conceptual leap from the current reality to a future of freedom.

This vision is a society organized on mutual agreements, where services provided by governments are provided by private enterprises. In this structure, property owners can agree to services offered by any given provider in the market, or they can secede, so to speak, from all. In this world, a man can be an island (property wise), if he so chooses.

Of course, the provider would set their best price, based on the market and demand. And the property owner would choose a provider based exclusively on subjective preferences, with the market tending to eliminate bad behaviors on both sides of the transaction.

This would be similar to a contract to subscribe to (say) cellular phone service. Certainly more detailed, but similar nonetheless.

So the current map of governing entities in Ohio, with its occasional areas of resistance, would be replaced with a map of coverage similar to what would be expected if phone service contracts were disclosed – a vast checkerboard of providers, with allegiances constantly switching. One difference being that private service providers would likely offer group discounts to neighboring properties, so there would be more clustering than with cellular phone services.

The point is the existence of a model of society based on mutual agreements. And this model shows that it is but a small leap from our current structure to one based on a system of secession and switching allegiances – a leap from the Leviathans to Liberty.


1. Sometimes properties remain in both the city and the township, typically because the township fights annexation in the courts since it does not want its property tax base diminished.

-via LewRockwell.com

Thursday, December 20, 2012

Hating What is Evil

I hate evil.  I know that seems contrary to what a Christian should do to many of the uninitiated, but there is room for hatred in Christianity.  Specifically, we are to hate what is evil and cling to what is good.  Sometimes Christians will tell me to submit to the government, citing Romans 13:1-7 as their reasoning.  In other words, everything the government does is good and therefore I should not oppose them in any way whatsoever.

Yet they forget that just previously, in Romans 12:9, Paul wrote, “Let love be genuine. Abhor what is evil; hold fast to what is good.”  So I find the whole claim that the government is good and that we must submit to them to be factually erroneous at best.  I hate what the government does and just about everything they do is outright evil:

  • I hate murder.  I hate the fact that President Obama has murdered American citizens, including a 16-year-old boy, without so much as a peep from any side of the political aisle as to whether it was morally wrong for the President to be judge, jury, and executioner of a boy whose crime was being in the wrong family and wanting to find his father.  Life is sacred, which is why the recent shootings at Sandy Hook Elementary School has so many people in a state of shock and sorrow.  Yet our asshole President has the gall to shed tears for those children, but feels nothing for killing another?
  • I hate envy and greed.  Our entire tax system is based primarily on envy and greed.  How often do you hear some jackass complaining about how the rich don’t pay their fair share and not a word in opposition to it?  Why should I care what the rich do with their money.  So long as they are not hurting anyone else, let them be I say.  Instead, we get a bunch of envious and greedy jackals who can’t even pay an electric bill without taxpayer support yet somehow manage to have the latest cell phones, designer clothes, and expensive booze.  Not to mention the illegal drugs, which are much more expensive due to the War on Drugs than they would be normally.
  • I hate extortion.  In 2008, Warren Buffet extorted Congress into bailing out the banks by stating he would move his money into other investments that were not in US interests.  One man had more sway than over 60% of the nation that year and we are supposed to buy this lie that we have democracy?  On top of that, thousands of people are extorted by the police every day for what they call “moving violations.”  In Ohio, they can extort you if you look like you are speeding, scientific evidence be damned.
  • I hate fraud.  In the United States, banks are required by law to use a fractional reserve system.  The fractional reserve banking system is a fraudulent system designed to inflate currency and ensure that only a few elite at the top benefit most from it.  I cannot explain the system in its entirety in so few words, just understand that it would not exist without government coercion.  In other words, it is antithetical to the concept of the free market.
  • I hate broken promises.  The United States Constitution was a promise to the several states and the people of the limits placed on the central government.  Yet it is clear that those promises have been broken again and again and now nobody in Congress, on mainstream television, or even among mainstream culture seem to have a problem with this.  What’s worse, many of the very people who profess to want to hold government officials to their oath only care about certain sections of the Constitution.  It is all or nothing, there is no in-between when it comes to the limited powers laid out by the United States Constitution.
  • I hate theft.  Every year, average citizens like you and me work for over six months to pay taxes to the federal, state, and local governments, with very little benefit in return.  In fact, as far as I can tell, the returns are less and less.  But if I were to refuse to pay my taxes and fought against the government, I would be killed.  Hell, they may kill me anyway for being in the wrong place at the wrong time.  But what would you call a private group of citizens threatening to you if you don’t give them half your year’s wages?  It is called theft.  There is no other term for it.
  • I hate lies.  Last year, President Obama openly opposed the indefinite detention provisions in the NDAA and stated he would not sign the bill.  Yet he secret pushed for the legal power of a tyrant and signed the bill on New Year’s Eve.  This is just one example in a series of lies that we have had to endure from him and so many others who presume to rule over us.

I think when Paul wrote his letter to Romans, he was trying to encourage his fellow Christians to submit to authority by not openly rebelling against them.  You see, Rome was an empire by then without even the pretext of choice in the matter who governs over you.  There was no voting for your leader and there was nothing that could be done about it.

Keep in mind that John the Baptist, the voice in the wilderness, was imprisoned and ultimately beheaded for speaking out against the immoral union of King Herod and his sister-in-law just a few decades earlier.  Was he submissive to State authority?  Yes, but he stood for what was right and hated the evil acts of his king.  I can be submissive by not taking up arms against the State, but at the same time, I have nothing but hatred for the things they do.

And if you cannot hate any of these things, if none of these things makes your blood boil, you are lost.

Eat Off Your Toilet Seat

Research has shown that cutting boards, dish towels and sponges have FAR more fecal bacteria on them than your toilet seat, highlighting the very sophisticated scientific ways we have of detecting bacteria as well as the sophisticated natural ways our bodies have of taking care of low levels of that harmful bacteria.-http://youtu.be/srA5yvpE7_s

The War on Guns Has Begun

Alex confronts a tidal wave of anti-Second Amendment propaganda flooding out of the corporate media as the government ramps up its assault against legal firearms. He also covers the link between mass shootings and antidepressants and talks about the latest surge in firearms purchases after the Sandy Hook shooting.

Wednesday, December 19, 2012

They Mean Literal Population Control

I am always fascinated by people who think there are two many people living on the Earth and that humanity should reduce itself by a certain number or percentage.  Fascinated in the same sense that I am fascinated by a rather large toenail that I’ve just clipped off my toe or what happens to a wart when you apply a freezing agent to it.  It’s a morbid fascination but I think it is just as important as the more normal fascinations a human being should have.

This is because dangers to people usually come in the form of goodwill, provided we make the appropriate sacrifice, in order to achieve some perceived magical end.  Usually, the problem presented is, at best, a mediocre problem that can be resolved naturally without much effort on humanity’s part.  However, usually the people who hype such problems have an alternate agenda in mind, with some sinister undertones, so they will do everything in their power to try and convince the dumb masses, often times succeeding, in their fanatical ploys.

Al Gore stands as a good example.  This is because he has been giving the same speech for years about the dangers of global warming yet he owns beachfront property.  Or take Benjamin Netanyahu who has been claiming that Iran seeks nukes since the early 1990s.

But the most fascinating of these loonies are the various people who think our world is overpopulated and that humanity is doomed to starvation, disease, war, or whatever else results from too many people having really awesome sex.  The term used for this problem is often referred to as, “population control.”

This term raises a few questions that I do not believe anyone has really considered.  For one, who is in control?  Obviously, the government is the controlling authority in these misguided policies.  Who else would do it?  The free market does not control people, it merely allows people to interact freely.

The other question that comes to mind is: what kind of control are they talking about?  In China, there are strict measures in place to ensure that people do not breed more than one child, although there has been much backlash in the wake of these policies as of late.  Still, there are many people who rank among the elite who believe that at a minimum, the rest of the world should implement similar policies.

Finally, you have to ask that once the policy of population control is completed, however it is done, what is the endgame?  What happens when the population goes from 7.5 billion to 500 million?  Is there a magical number?

I think that the endgame is much more sinister than most people imagine, given how many ultra-rich billionaires advocate population control.  I think the endgame is about stifling human potential and maintaining direct control over those who are left.  In other words, when they talk about population control, they mean more than just simply controlling the size of humanity, but everything else about humanity as well.

But why the focus on reducing the size of humanity first and foremost?  The answer is actually simple: if you reduce humanity down to much smaller numbers, they become easier to manage.   Smaller groups of people are much easier to maintain direct control over.

Ultimately, this all part of the long-term progressive agenda that is being pushed by the elites who presume to run the world.  Among them, Bill Gates has openly stated that he wants to sterilize people through vaccinations, and Ted Turner has openly stated that he wants the population to be reduced by 95% or more.  While these are just two men stating their opinions, they should not be taken lightly as they are both billionaires and thus have the resources, connections, and power to implement some of their crazy delusions.

Look, humanity has barely populated the world.  In the continental United States alone, human beings occupy, at most, 5.6% of the land mass.  The rest is ruled by whatever other natural forces are at work.  You can fit the entire world’s population into Texas if needed.  So this idea that we are over-running the world is ridiculous.  Alongside this, the modern human-hater, such as Mr. Turner or Mr. Gates, uses the unscientific global warming excuse to further promote their advocacy for mass genocide.

I am not saying that you should all go out have at least 5 children.  Whatever you do with your life is your business.  What I am saying is that reducing the population is not so much about preventing global warming/starvation/disease/war but more about making the whole of humanity more easily controlled as it reduces the number of variables needed to achieve that end.

Monday, December 17, 2012

Penn & Teller on Gun Control

State Education: Killing Kids, One Student at a Time

Why are government schools incapable of protecting children? How much safer would kids be if their parents weren't taxed out of the ability to afford home school or private school?-http://youtu.be/dbSUbMRGIW4


Sunday, December 16, 2012

2013, Year of The Great Crash

Breaking The Taboo - Film

The Sunday Jesus: Figs!

Remember the parable of the fig tree? Now it all makes sense!

The hacking collective known as Anonymous renewed their war on the Westboro Baptist Church today. After the haters from the infamous church posted their intentions to picket the funerals of the twenty children killed in the shooting at the Sandy Hook Elementary School, Anonymous responded by re-posting the personal and professional information for members of the church on the Internet. Read more: Anonymous Hacks The Westboro Baptist Church: Posts All Their Personal Information

God Didn't Stop School Shooting Because He's A Gentleman Who Doesn't Go Where Not Wanted

The insane logic of Christian theists! Yeah, those innocent children had to die because Almighty God wants prayer and bible reading in public school. At least children are safe from massacres in religious schools. Oh wait, they aren't.

Breaking the Taboo - Trailer

Narrated by Morgan Freeman and Gael Garcia Bernal, this groundbreaking new documentary uncovers the UN sanctioned war on drugs, charting its origins and its devastating impact on countries like the USA, Colombia and Russia.-http://youtu.be/i2vqpNT1kV4

via Cause for Concern

Saturday, December 15, 2012

Watch what happens when Guns are banned in Australia

"Laws that forbid the carrying of arms... disarm only those who are neither inclined nor determined to commit crimes... Such laws make things worse for the assaulted and better for the assailants; they serve rather to encourage than to prevent homicides, for an unarmed man may be attacked with greater confidence than an armed man." ~Thomas Jefferson

Since the gun ban...

Armed robberies up 69%!

Assaults with guns up 28%!

Home invasions up 21%!

Don't let the lying "liberal" MSNBC-watching statist propagandists do that to America! Fight back gun owners and liberty lovers!

Farmageddon: The truth about the food and dairy industry

Human Gimme Pigs

The Armed Citizen: Fight Crime By Fighting Back

We all have the right to life, and with that right to life comes the right to protect it from unlawful aggression. The only one responsible for your safety is YOU - so prepare yourself and don't let yourself become a victim and most importantly stay safe.

Mainstream media would lead you to believe that firearms are only used in the commission of crimes - including horrific ones like the Aurora or Columbine shootings. However, incidents of guns being used in self defense are also quite common yet rarely covered on a national level.-http://youtu.be/q9ZEbyDee8A

Truth Be Known

Auditing Shooting Rampage Statistics

And the police are not there to protect YOU. They are the security guards to protect the interests of government, NOT to protect or serve you!

Justices Rule Police Do Not Have a Constitutional Duty to Protect Someone

True News: The Connecticut School Shootings

The State vs the 2nd Amendment

Have you ever noticed that people arrested on gun charges are not allowed to argue their innocence based upon the Second Amendment? In other words, they are not allowed to use the fact that the Second Amendment makes all gun "laws" illegal as part of their defense.-Read more: Kent's "Hooligan Libertarian" Blog: The State versus the 2nd Amendment

Human Nature and the State

The subjectivist, "reality can be altered based on our whims", arbitrary statist view lead to the failure of the "New Soviet man". Basic human nature can't be changed, which is why communism was a failure everywhere it was tried or imposed. Attempts to change human nature by the power of the state gave the world the worst atrocities ever committed by humans against humans.

Understanding human nature is a fundamental starting point for anyone attempting to build a coherent political philosophy. Generally speaking, there are two views: Human nature is either fixed or malleable. Traditionally, conservatives, libertarians, and classical liberals fall into the camp that believes human nature is fixed but with tendencies toward both good and evil. Progressives, liberals, socialists, Marxists, and others view human nature as malleable, that is, it can be changed.-Human Nature: A Conservative, Classical Liberal & Libertarian View

Friday, December 14, 2012

People Should Control Their Own Work: Noam Chomsky on Economic Democracy

Distinguished academic and social justice advocate Noam Chomsky discusses the politics of workers self-management of production and of reclaiming control over the course of your own destiny on the job.-http://youtu.be/adgAfxWJC7I


The Pursuit Of Liberty - Ron Paul Animation

Is America Too Big?

Like the obese, 600 pound man who experiences heart failure, diabetes, and dozens of other ailments, so too does America, only its diseases go by the names Debt, War, Entitlements, Gridlock, and Corruption. Our problems cannot be fixed through any change in ideology or bi-partisan agreement in Congress, because those are not the root of our problems. The source is our size. As America's population increases, the level of representation and control each voter has must inexorably decrease. As power centralizes in a federal government, literally out of the hands of its citizens, conflicts and problems mount.-http://youtu.be/RCNd7h0fsdE

The answer is yes. Too big for true representative, republican government. Why do some oppose any notion of secession, then? They, in their infantile minds, associate it with the Civil War and the "evil" South. But listen carefully to left-winger Kirkpatrick Sale on the subject of scale.

Boycott Naked Juice!

Boycott Naked Juice for opposing the right to know what is in our food. Their parent company spent millions to block the labeling of genetically modified ingredients in their so-called juices filled with synthetic compounds...nothing all natural about that. Truth in Labeling is not something practiced by Naked Juice.-comment by Brandon Hovey at the Facebook page of Pepsico owned Naked Juice. Go to that Facebook page to see the avalanche of comments exposing Naked Juice for the fraud they are!

Naked Juice probably doesn't want you to know that it's owned by Pepsi, which donated $2.5 million to help defeat Prop 37, the California Right to Know Genetically Modified Food Act.

Tell Naked Juice You've Joined the Boycott!

They stomped on our right to know. Now it's time to get even. Prop 37, the California Right to Know GMO labeling initiative, was narrowly defeated last week thanks to a relentless, deceitful $46-million advertising blitz. Among the largest bankrollers of the NO on 37 campaign were huge multinational food and beverage companies whose subsidiaries make billions selling some of your favorite organic and "natural" brands. Brands like Kashi. Honest Tea. Naked Juice. Muir Glen and Morningstar Farms. It's time to boycott the companies whose dirty money confused and scared millions of California voters into voting No on Prop 37. It's time to plaster their facebook pages with this message: We won't support you until you support us. It's time to call their consumer hotlines, complain to their store managers. It's time to tarnish their holy organic and natural images, to expose their hypocrisy and greed. It's time to raise a little hell.-Payback Time! Boycott the Brands that Helped Kill Prop 37

Thursday, December 13, 2012

Voting is Vanity, A Chancing After the Wind

Voting is nearly pointless on a national level.

Sure, you can vote for your guy and hope he wins, but ultimately, there is no point to it because your vote isn’t even a whisper when you consider the scale of how big things really are.

For one thing, your vote on a national scale is really just a drop in the bucket, at best.  When you consider that the House of Representatives is one representative per roughly 700,000 people, you have to know that your Congressperson does not give a flying rat’s ass if he or she loses your vote.  Therefore the only thing that would influence your representative is money.  And most Americans do not have the time or resources to truly influence their representative in the House.

In the Senate, the situation is much worse.  The representation ratios are much higher in most states with each Senator representing millions in most cases.  Worse still, because they have the longest terms of any elected official on the national level, they enjoy the short-term memories of the common voter, who doesn’t even bother to remember what their Senator voted on years earlier.  On top of that, they require even more money for campaigning, since they have to focus on the entire State, and thus they require lots of donations from even more people.  And you can bet that much of that money does not necessarily come from the constituents they represent.

For the Presidency, you have even worse odds.  This past election, we saw Mitt Romney lose to Barack Obama by a little over 2 million votes.  However, Romney lost the electoral votes by about 100, out of 535 electoral votes.  The ratio between the popular vote and the electoral votes seems to be a bit off this time around.  In 2000, if you ignore all judiciary drama that went on, you’d note that George W. Bush won the Electoral college by 5 electoral votes but lost the popular vote by a little over half a million votes.  If the electoral college was operating as it should be in theory, shouldn’t that ratio between electoral votes versus popular votes be a little closer for the past election?

On top of that, the attitude of Congress and the Presidency is to pass laws and have the people prove them to be illegitimate based on what the United States Constitution says.  In other words, Congress and the President can pass any law they want and it is legal, until it is overturned by the Supreme Court or one of the Inferior Courts.  The trouble is, the justices on those courts are handpicked by the President and approved by the Senate, usually just a formality.  So we have a judiciary that is populated by people who are more than likely to rubber stamp the legislation that is passed by Congress, a body largely voted into office by huge collectives, not individuals.  Ultimately, every knowledgeable voter seems to accept that the rulings of the Supreme Court are final, regardless of the fact that they don’t have the final say so.

To top it off, the Federal government marks just about every single document, memo, or e-mail it writes as classified in some way.  This presents another kind of problem: how can a voter make the correct decision when we don’t even know what the Federal government is doing to begin with?  You begin to see why both parties resort to social issues, largely because most other issues would require disclosure of “sensitive” data to the public.

The mere fact that our Republic or representative democracy as it were, has anything to hide should be the smoking gun that the educated masses should look into.  Yet for some reason, everyone accepts that the government needs to keep its secrets, and assumes that nothing sinister is going on.  The old saying during World War 2 was that loose lips sink ships, yet for the life of me I doubt that loose lips in the United States would let the Japanese know where our ships were, despite the distant involved and the fact that ships move around all the time.

The bottom line: voting in national elections probably doesn’t you much good.  The mathematics behind it mean that you don’t have the say that you think you do, regardless whatever political affiliations you have.  In addition, you have very limited knowledge of what the Federal government is really doing, unless you have the right security clearances and even then you have to sift through millions of documents and files in order to get a good grip on what is going on.

The best thing you can do when it comes to voting on a national scale is to simply write your own name in or not vote at all.

Wednesday, December 12, 2012

'Bahrain closed society, West on same path'

Okay, Bruce Springsteen, tell us again why you campaigned for the mass murderer...

A recent US assassination drone in Pakistan has again killed a number of civilians as the surging frequency of such strikes raises growing concerns at the United Nations.

Confirming the civilian fatalities, unnamed US officials who spoke on the condition of anonymity also claimed this week that two missile strikes fired from the American terror drones killed a couple of al-Qaeda leaders.

Targeting and killing of civilians in military operations is a violation of the Fourth Geneva Convention. Additionally, the aerial operation of the assassination aircraft over the sovereign nation of Pakistan by the US also violates the international treaty.-Civilian deaths by US terror drone

The Truth About the Fiscal Cliff

Tuesday, December 11, 2012

Love Education, Hate School

As the cyclical and seemingly never ending debate about education rages on, the topic - somewhat ironically, often poses more questions than it provides answers. But what is the value of mainstream schooling? Why is it that some of the most high profile and successful figures within the Western world openly admit to never having completed any form of higher learning? -http://youtu.be/y_ZmM7zPLyI

School Sucks

Have Profits Corrupted US Healthcare?

"Old people don't need to take a pill, they need to take a walk," argues Stanford University physician Dr. Walter Bortz. He bashes the "corrupt," profit-driven U.S. healthcare system for distorting the goals of medical care. "Nobody's out there trying to prevent cancer, they're all so busy treating it because you get paid for it," he says.-http://youtu.be/7krAPlI8k2Y

Complete video: http://fora.tv/2009/12/08/Next_Medicine_Saving_US_Healthcare/Dr_Walter_Bortz_Slams_Corrupt_US_Healthcare_System

Peter Schiff: The Majority Doesn't Have A Right to Steal My Money Just Because They Vote For It

Sunday, December 9, 2012

Rebel Yell: 700,000 Americans Sign Secession Petitions to White House

It's coming. Critical mass will eventually be reached. I give the U.S.A at most 20 to 30 years before the break-up happens, but it WILL happen.

Syria War Propaganda Looking a Lot Like Iraq War Propaganda

How can you tell when a country is about to get invaded? Listen to the sellout traitor talking heads on television tell you the country has "weapons of mass destruction" or "chemical weapons" and is "about to use them on their own people".. The Gullible American public fell for it once, the media and government assume it will work again, only will it?-http://youtu.be/dlkLVejR2Vw

Yes, look at how the pro-state media (they love Obama, but are hardly liberals; no, the mainstream, lamestream media are "liberals" and therefore liars and hypocrites, and of course, very pro-war, for they know war is the health of their beloved Federal government) parrot the state's propaganda. And they accuse bloggers and the alternative media of being biased and inaccurate!

Former Microsoft Manager To Start Premium Marijuana Company In Washington State

Friday, December 7, 2012

The Fiscal Cliff Show

The biggest thing in the political sphere right now is the aptly-named fiscal cliff.  I think the term “fiscal cliff” is stupid phrase to use, but I applaud whoever came up with it because he or she has succeeded in duping the dumb masses.  The so-called crisis is really just a debate over whether or not to continue the Bush-era tax cuts or to all the tax rates to return to what they were in the Clinton years, along with the implementation of the new taxes in the Affordable Healthcare Act.

The truth is, this is really just a minor issue.  The United States has been in an economic depression since 2007 and politicians have no idea what they are doing.  Or they are just pawns of international bankers.  Probably both.

The fact that Congress spends nearly twice as much money as it takes in and for some odd reason, cannot find anything to cut, demonstrates that they are nothing, if not incompetent morons who deserve to go the way of Benito Mussolini.  They clearly have both an overinflated sense of self worth and think that they control the economy when really, they just happen to be at the helm of the largest economic actor.

The problem is that neither political party has any desire to cut spending in any category.  Both of them want to continue to support welfare, which is both collective thievery and slavery in the name of fairness, and both sides want a “strong” military, which can’t defend our borders from the Mexican invasion (invasion is illegal immigration in high numbers) but somehow are still able to lock up white people with Gadsden Flags on their vehicles.

The fact is, the United States Federal government is really beyond saving now.  With two political parties firmly entrenched in the mainstream and at the helm of the largest corporation in the world, we have little hope of changing its course.  Now that the election is over, the politicians on the Hill can now drop all pretenses and set out to do what they have secretly wanted to do all along.

It’s a shame, really, that people can’t see through this sham.  The entire fiscal cliff debate is nothing more than showboating in order to feed the media and the dumb masses the idea that both parties are different, that there is reason to support them, and to justify their wasteful and wholly unnecessary spending.

Perhaps someday people will figure it out.  Of course, that day is probably the day after we’ve either entered a totalitarian dictatorship (if we haven’t already) or the country has been split up into several smaller countries.  Either way, it will be too late.

Only in America!

. . . could the most productive people who pay 86% of all income taxes be accused of not paying their 'fair share' by people who don't pay income taxes."
"Only in America could the government collect more tax dollars from the people than any nation in recorded history . . . and complain that it doesn't have nearly enough money."
"Only in America could politicians talk about the greed of the rich at a $35,000 a plate campaign fund-raising event."
"Only in America could the people who believe in balancing the budget and sticking by the country's Constitution be thought of as "extremists.'"

Should Grandma Smoke Pot?

Thursday, December 6, 2012

Thomas DiLorenzo on Spielberg's "Lincoln"

Duped by NYPD "Act of Kindness"


Tax the Rich, The Critique

The Fascists That Surround You

Did you know that over 60% of people will kill if ordered?

The Fascists That Surround You - Part 2: Sociopaths

What you call 'culture' is merely camouflage for sociopaths

The Fascists That Surround You - Part 2: Sociopaths

The Fascists That Surround You - Part 3: Statists

"To Freedom!" (for real, that is, not the cunning lies of Spielberg's statist Lincoln propaganda)

When the struggle for Southern independence was crushed by the tyrant Lincoln and his War of Northern Aggression, it was a true tragedy. But if the South ever rises again (and I've a feeling it will) it may be the answer to ending Federal control of all of our lives. There is now no longer just "fringe" talk of secession, but serious consideration of it among even elected officials, and if the Old Confederacy were to become a New Confederacy (or even a bunch of independent nations, such as a new Republic of Texas) I would move there without hesitation, just to get the yoke of Federal Government oppression off my neck. Lincoln didn't free the slaves, he just created a different kind of slave and a new and horrifying form of slavery, which we continue to suffer from to this day.-http://www.skepticaleye.com/2009/08/dont-look-away.html

Stefan Molyneux of Freedomain Radio on Rise Up Radio!

Wednesday, December 5, 2012

Congress on the hunt for student debtors

There is now more student loan debt than credit card debt in the US, and an entire cottage industry is dedicated to collecting that debt. The Department of Education pays about a billion dollars to debt collectors each year to track that money down.-http://youtu.be/QKOxixZs6Yk

Obama Thinks Gun Owners Are The Enemy

Israel's "Denied" Nuke Sites

Israel is under pressure from the UN to open up to the world the nuclear arsenal it denies even exists. In an overwhelming vote, the General Assembly approved a resolution urging the country to allow inspections of its atomic facilities.

Thanks, Obama! I know you've made Beyonce and Bruce Springsteen proud!

While millions of Americans spent Thanksgiving weekend around the dinner table with family and friends, Chris Williams spent it behind bars, coming to terms with the fact that he may be there for the rest of his life. A single father who has never been convicted of a violent crime, Chris probably never imagined himself becoming one of the 2.5 million people incarcerated in America.


Chris was a co-owner of Montana Cannabis, a medical marijuana growhouse serving hundreds of state-legal patients across Montana. After a statewide federal crackdown last year, Chris and his business partners were indicted on federal charges despite their concerted efforts to follow Montana's state medical marijuana law. He is now facing a mandatory minimum sentence of more than 80 years in federal prison.-Medical Marijuana Grower Prepares for a Lifetime Behind Bars

Rand Paul Speaks Against Pre-Emptive War


Ron Paul: "We need to take out the CIA".

"There's been a coup, have you heard? It's the CIA coup. The CIA runs everything, they run the military. They're the ones who are over there lobbing missiles and bombs on countries. ... And of course the CIA is every bit as secretive as the Federal Reserve. ... And yet think of the harm they have done since they were established [after] World War II. They are a government unto themselves. They're in businesses, in drug businesses, they take out dictators ... We need to take out the CIA." -Ron Paul

Ron Paul and a Timeline of CIA Crimes and Atrocities

The Truth about the Minimum Wage

Ron Paul Right, Thought Controllers Wrong, on Secession

Bestselling author Tom Woods cuts through the establishment's hysteria at the very suggestion of secession, and considers the arguments on their merits.

Of course "liberals" are fascists. They're hypocritical, intellectually dishonest liars. They support "self-determination" when it suits their needs, but go crazy when you suggest that individual U.S. states can or should leave the sacred, holy Union (and "liberals" don't like fundamentalist religion?) Hilariously, there was one "liberal" liar in California who compared a suggestion that a part of the state might want to secede from California (not leave the United States, just California) to wanting to start another Civil War. Fuck "liberals" (and "conservatives" who also hate secession and love the evil Lincoln).

Tuesday, December 4, 2012

Benefit of the Doubt

Yesterday, I was finally able to watch the latest Jesse Stone movie Benefit of the Doubt.  In it, Tom Selleck plays Jesse Stone as the former police chief of a small Massachusetts town outside of Boston who gets reinstated after the current police chief (who replaced Jesse in a previous movie) is killed in an IED explosion.  All signs point to the late chief as being corrupt, but Jesse Stone, despite not liking him, states that “cops deserve the benefit of the doubt.”

This statement struck me.  Not because I considered some kind of pro-cop propaganda, but because it seemed to me that his is the correct attitude to take in matters of justice.  Not just cops, though, but everyone suspected of a crime should be given the benefit of the doubt.  A more apt term is innocent until proven guilty.

As for the character of Jesse Stone, he is portrayed as a police officer who knows what his job is and performs it how he thinks it should.  In the last movie, his therapist, a former cop himself, mentions that he won’t get convictions with mere hunches, to which Jesse replies that he’s not interested in convictions but justice.  This is another sharp contrast in the ideal attitude of law enforcement versus the actual attitude of law enforcement these days.  Most of the time, prosecutors, cops, and judges aren’t interested in justice, but merely convictions.  Convictions should be the end result of the pursuit of justice, not the goal.

Too often in real life, however, cops are given the benefit of the doubt by the people who matter while the rest of us are assumed to have committed some crime (which is true given the thousands of laws on the books) and so we are subject to different treatment.  I agree that cops should be given the benefit of the doubt, but what about the rest of us?  Should we not be given the benefit of the doubt?  Instead we are given tickets for speeding when police officer routinely use their cars to run red lights and park illegally without having to worry about a ticket.

Also, when cops are caught committing egregious acts of police misconduct, they are often given a slap on the wrist and sent on their way.  Even if they are kicked out of the police force in their locality, they are able to find work in another police locality.  Jesse Stone himself was kicked off of the LAPD for being drunk on the job only to land a police chief job in the town he resides in.  While in his case, he was able to pull through and become a good cop, this is tragically not always the case in the real world, especially in cases where the former officer has engaged in police brutality.

Look, I’m not saying that all cops are bad.  I am merely pointing out the reality that our justice system has different standards for cops than for the rest of us.  This discrepancy goes against the spirit of the founding of this nation and really, we should reconsider the proper application of law enforcement.

As for Jesse Stone, I encourage you to check out the movies.  They are really good movies overall.

The statist thugs of our time will soon flow out of the dark recesses and rotten sputtering gutters of our society like a river of septic putrescence

A mass exodus from ignorance and organized opposition to tyranny is the dream of every freedom loving person within the Liberty Movement today. We would like nothing better than to put an end to the expanding establishment police state in the most peaceful manner possible. We dream of a day when a transition back to the Constitutional values that once made America brilliantly unique in the world is possible, and can be accomplished without incredible pain or terrible bloodshed. We long for that once-in-a-century uprising, that great march, that spontaneous eruption of the citizenry demanding a more truthful government. At the same time, though, we realize that such events are rare, and few if any great changes in the history of man are made without sacrifice, and without direct confrontation.

The reason why peaceful and popular activism almost never occurs successfully, the reason why good people are made to stand and suffer, falls not only to the establishment elites who seek out and abuse power; there are others who share in the blame. Regardless of the age, the culture, or the social conditions, there is ALWAYS a percentage of the general populace that embraces the totalitarian dynamic. There is always someone in our neighborhood, in our workplace, and within our family that finds vindication or advantage in supporting the state, even if the state has turned viciously criminal. They are not only useful idiots; they are conscious participants in the process of pacification and enslavement of their own society. They understand their role perfectly, and they enjoy what they do.-read more: Statist Thugs And The Rocks They Crawl Out From Under

Monday, December 3, 2012

No Mr. Powell, Masculinity is Not the Issue

I have zero interest in football.  American football that is, although I care even less about soccer.  But I do like to analyze human behavior and this weekend was a whopper of one.  As you may know, Jovan Belcher of the Kansas City Chiefs murdered his girlfriend than killed himself in front of his head coach and general manager.  This is a very sad and tragic case, but at the same, the idiots are coming out of the woodwork to promote their social or political agendas.

One of the more idiotic posts comes from Kevin Powell of CNN.  Now, I’ve never really liked CNN, mostly because they have manufacturing news since the early 1990s, but this opinion piece really demonstrates the kind of idiots which are hired by CNN.  Here’s a brief sample of Mr. Powell’s piece:

Belcher was a man living in the supersized macho world of football, a world in which many of us American males reside, be it football or not. Too many of us have been taught manhood in a way that is not healthy. Be tough, men do not cry, man up -- these are the things I've heard my entire life, and I now cringe when I hear this relayed to boys or younger men by teachers, coaches, fathers, mentors and leaders.

Or we use derogatory and sexist or homophobic words to describe men or boys who do not meet the "normal" of what a male is supposed to be. Some of these male authority figures mean well, or are simply repeating what they were socialized to be or to do, and do not realize that they are unwittingly teaching that manhood has little room to express hurt, disappointment and sorrow.

I think what Mr. Powell fails to realize is that being tough is a symptom of manhood, not a cause.  He seems to think that feminizing men is the way to go, when clearly that is not working.  This is clearly the line of thinking in a post-modern society where man is “in touch” with his inner woman, while women get a pass for the sheer insane behavior and comments because they can do no wrong.

True story, my mother knew a doctor at the hospital where she worked who was pulled over for drunk driving.  She had her young children in the back of her car.  She then proceeded to slug the cop in the face.  During the trial, she got off scot free because she claimed to have been suffering from PMS at the time.  And men wonder why they don’t get a fair shake in family court and can be accused of assault, despite no criminal record or charges, and see their crying children dragged away from them to live with their greedy, slutty ex-wives.

And yet I’m the bad guy for being a man and embrace being wild at heart.   Manhood is not what we see on television, though the six different media companies would want us to believe that is what being a man is all about.  I have never viewed football players as generally being men or role models.  They are simply modern gladiators playing a game for entertainment.  American football is simply the modern bread and circuses of civilization, although instead of bread, we have beer and chips.

Honestly, I have no problem with men who religiously watch football, despite its rampant commercialization, pointless commentaries, and endless statistics.  You can see why I find the whole affair boring.  By the same token though, my love for video games is probably off-putting by many of the same men, especially my current obsession which is The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim.  I mean, what kind of man will sit for hours exploring a Nordic region fighting dragons, vampires, draugr, and bandits using a wide variety of weapons, magic, and battle tactics.

Back to Mr. Powell, I think he’s dead wrong in his assessment.  I understand what he is saying, that manly aggression and a failure to deal properly with our emotions is what caused the late Mr. Belcher’s actions.  But when I see Jovan Belcher’s face, I do not see the face of a man, but the face of a boy in a man’s body.  The behavior that Mr. Powell describes is simply that of boys, not men.  Boys ridicule each other and throw insults, men stand on their convictions and simply call people out when they are wrong.  Boys do not own up to the horrible things they have done and instead avoid the consequences by whatever means they can.

I think Kevin Powell represents the post-modern, feminized man who sees the flaw in society as being manly.  I think American football is probably the worst example of manhood and that perhaps he should look at it another way.  I say this because our society suffers from a lack of conviction, courage, and personal responsibility, all of which are manly traits.

Sunday, December 2, 2012

Nullification: The Urgency of Protecting States Rights

If the U.S. Federal government is banker/corporate controlled and in total violation of the Bill of Rights and Constitution, why wouldn't you want to secede from it? Let's ignore Spielberg's awful propaganda movie and do what really needs to be done "for freedom".

NSA Whistleblower: Everyone in US under virtual surveillance, all info

No Privacy In The Surveillance State

This can happen to anyone if they become a target for any reason!

RT talks to William Binney, whistleblower and former NSA crypto-mathematician who served in the agency for decades-http://youtu.be/TuET0kpHoyM

Note to Obama-worshiping "progressives": William Binney says Obama is worse than Bush on unconstitutional surveillance.

Saturday, December 1, 2012

"Cablegate": the WikiLeaks release that changed the world

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has vowed to keep exposing secret documents and defended his controversial website, two years after it published a massive trove of sensitive U.S. diplomatic cables.

Marking the anniversary of “cablegate”, Assange alleged in a commentary published on Thursday that his self-styled anti-secrecy website had uncovered U.S. attempts to hide atrocities, coerce other governments and dominate the global economy.

“Since 2010, Western governments have tried to portray WikiLeaks as a terrorist organization, enabling a disproportionate response from both political figures and private institutions,” he wrote in The Huffington Post.- Assange blasts US on Wikileaks anniversary

Obama Wants Americans To Pay Higher Taxes To Pay For Master's Degrees For Indonesians

A program providing training and scholarships to Indonesian professionals is about to be expanded by the Obama Administration, which hopes to increase the “number of Indonesian future leaders holding advanced degrees (Masters) from U.S. and in-country institutions of higher education.”-Indonesians to Receive Master's Degrees Courtesy U.S. Taxpayers

Be Careful What You Wish For!

Former Monsanto Attorney Clarence Thomas Rules on Monsanto Cases

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