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Submitted by Simon Black of Sovereign Man blog,

Last week when I arrived to Bangladesh, the immigration officials there were positively ecstatic to see a foreign tourist entering the country.

I’ve also been to places in Africa and the South Pacific where you’re greeted upon arrival by dancing tribespeople singing songs of welcome.

It’s not quite the same in the Land of the Free. In fact, before they even let people in the country, they program us to be afraid and intimidated.

For one thing, all the immigration officers are armed. There’s absolutely no reason for a government agent to carry a loaded pistol when all he does is stamp a passport. This is EXTREMELY uncommon in the rest of the world. Only in the Land of the Free.

Just like the airport security farce, which has millions of travelers assume the “I surrender” pose inside a radiation machine, US immigration checkpoints are there to train people to be afraid and submit to the state’s authority.

When you step back and look at the whole government apparatus, it’s apparent that this culture of fear and intimidation applies across the entire spectrum.

We’re programmed, for example, to be terrified of the IRS. It’s to the point that getting audited consistently ranks among people’s top fears in the Land of the Free, right up there with snakes and unexpected death. It’s quite sad, actually.

And whether this Soviet-style idea to target opposition political groups came from the top or from the lower ranks, it smacks of an entire organizational culture gone awry… one that thinks it has unlimited power and authority to squash anyone it wants.

We’re also programmed to fear the police… who are more commonly donning combat boots, assault rifles, and these hideous Urban Assault Vehicles as a show of force, as if they’re on patrol in Kandahar.

And we’re programmed to subordinate ourselves to the interests of the state… whether it’s “shared sacrifice”, i.e. everyone must universally suffer because politicians are incompetent, or ratting out our neighbors to Homeland Security (if you see something, say something) or the IRS.

There’s so much more. We’re told that we can be attacked by drones, held in military detention, or have our children taken away by the government. These are powerful tools in stoking a culture of fear to keep an entire civilization under control.

Yet these constant abuses of power are diametrically opposed to how a free society is supposed to conduct itself.

You’re probably aware of a particularly fitting quote, most frequently credited to Thomas Jefferson– “Where the people fear the government, you have tyranny. Where the government fears the people you have liberty.” It’s absolutely true.

(There is no evidence that Jefferson ever said this, nor is the phrase contained in his works. It was first seen in print in John Basil Barnhill’s article, ‘Indictment of Socialism No. 3? in 1914.)

Jefferson did write in a 1789 letter to Welsh philosopher Richard Price that “wherever the people are well informed they can be trusted with their own government; that whenever things get so far wrong as to attract their notice, they may be relied on to set them to rights.”

Unfortunately this isn’t happening; ‘the people’ aren’t rising up to set things right.

And this is an important reminder: we cannot rely on a government or society to provide us with freedom or the economic opportunity which stems from it. We can’t wait for tens of millions of people to ‘wake up’ and ‘vote the bums out’. Or take to the streets.

If history is any indicator, the fear and intimidation will likely get worse. This problem doesn’t just go away, and it doesn’t resolve itself.

The only viable strategy is to abandon the herd and focus on what we can all do as individuals to safeguard our wealth, preserve our liberties, and ensure the continued safety of our families.


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Thu, 05/23/2013 - 15:43 | 3593336 buzzsaw99
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...The only viable strategy is to abandon the herd and focus on what we can all do as individuals to safeguard our wealth, preserve our liberties, and ensure the continued safety of our families.


Amen to that. I plan to rat you bass turds out the first time a gubbermint agent comes knocking. [/sarc.]

Thu, 05/23/2013 - 15:45 | 3593348 gmrpeabody
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They want to take our guns away to make their guns look bigger...

Thu, 05/23/2013 - 16:01 | 3593416 Manthong
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The intelligent person does not pay any attention to all of this crazy talk anymore.

Just pour a refreshing beverage of your choice and cozy up to a good book that reflects upon physics and mathematics as well as the minutia of angular motion.

Thu, 05/23/2013 - 16:07 | 3593438 detached.amusement
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If only people still believed in such simple pleasures in life :)

Thu, 05/23/2013 - 16:09 | 3593448 kaiserhoff
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It thought this was about the new speech code at ZH/ABC.

Thu, 05/23/2013 - 16:18 | 3593491 AlphaDawg
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time to leave before its too late, im in the UK.

Thinking Singapore or Cape Town

Thu, 05/23/2013 - 16:23 | 3593514 jbvtme
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a casual look around me whether at the market, theater, gym or lecture at the local college...americans, for the most part, have lost their instinct and will to survive.

Thu, 05/23/2013 - 16:23 | 3593518 Herd Redirectio...
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Cape Town....  Go inland a bit though, to Stellenbosch, or down the coast a few kms to the Strand....

Thu, 05/23/2013 - 16:36 | 3593585 Manthong
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If I understand things correctly.. one is at least allowed to defend oneself down there.

Thu, 05/23/2013 - 17:55 | 3593813 Jumbotron
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"You’re probably aware of a particularly fitting quote, most frequently credited to Thomas Jefferson– “Where the people fear the government, you have tyranny. Where the government fears the people you have liberty.” It’s absolutely true."


BULLSHIT....BULLSHIT....B.U.L.L.S.H.I.T !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! 





However.....once the smoke a few will have the same 'ol shit.  Welcome to Prison Planet.  Meet the New Boss....Same as the Old Boss.

Thu, 05/23/2013 - 16:25 | 3593527 Cole Younger
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Thu, 05/23/2013 - 16:26 | 3593532 Freddie
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Cape Town?  UK might actually improve.  They need a civil war in the UK to solve it.  It will be short and bloody but the (real) English like a good fight and can be ruthless bastards when they need to be.  Just tell them the Islamists insulted Man U or Arsenal.

If you need help - import about a 1,000 soldiers from Poland.  Those tough b*stards know how to deal with Islam.   Sh*t - 100 Ghurkas could do most of the work.

Thu, 05/23/2013 - 16:33 | 3593572 AlphaDawg
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Thu, 05/23/2013 - 16:34 | 3593577 AlphaDawg
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its narrow minded wankers like you that make me want out of this western shit hole.

Thu, 05/23/2013 - 16:41 | 3593599 Freddie
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LOL! Go stand on the corner for a bus and lose your head.  It is a fu*king war for survival you idiot.   Be a sheep.  Good luck in S Africa.  You also better have plenty of money in Singapore.  Sheep.

Thu, 05/23/2013 - 16:45 | 3593612 AlphaDawg
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mate, I grew up in a war zone, Northern Ireland, and have seen many atrocities.

It all boils down to narrow minded fucktards who cling on to religion.

The US/UK are bombing and dronoing the shit out of Muslims and you wonder why they are pissed off?!

Thu, 05/23/2013 - 16:55 | 3593644 AlphaDawg
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oh, and I majored in maths at Oxford so I wont have any financial issues in singapore getting a job in banking..Fred "the gimp" Freddie

Thu, 05/23/2013 - 17:01 | 3593671 Manthong
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ooh.. Oxford math (obviously multiple) major?  Just awaiting the 7 sigma move?

Dude.. the orange and green stuff in Ireland was stupid and  the Brits should have left it alone.

But.. the green crap from the mid east... that will wreck humanity if it is not crushed.

And I don’t mean with the poser’s puny drones.

Thu, 05/23/2013 - 17:10 | 3593705 AlphaDawg
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not multiple, a masters, but in US and globally its the equivalent of a major.

Also, I believe VAR is bullshit, and so to is Basel 3 RWA etc, its is about intelligence not formulae banking/gambling etc

Thu, 05/23/2013 - 18:00 | 3593730 Manthong
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cool with that..

human action.. fair exchange.. licit institutional rules..

oh, if it were only thus..

edit.. even a freaking troll with a pinhead could not possibly disagree with an a priori statement.

not that it's important to the cosmos, but Mr. red, you are, by disclosure, a moron.

Fri, 05/24/2013 - 03:11 | 3595114 AnAnonymous
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But.. the green crap from the mid east... that will wreck humanity if it is not crushed.

No kidding.

It has to hurry because 'americanism' is on the task and in a way better position to achieve the deal.

Green crap from the mid east: around since 7th century.

'Americanism' since 18th century.

And yet so many more achievements.

Better for any green crap proponents to yield on their stuff and adopt 'americanism'. They will increase their chances of success folded times.

Fri, 05/24/2013 - 04:31 | 3595157 TheFourthStooge-ing
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AnAnonymous driveled:

Green crap from the mid east: around since 7th century.

Chinese citizenism crap on the roadside: since time immemorial.

Better for any green crap proponents to yield on their stuff and adopt 'americanism'.

Better for any roadside crap proponents to squat, yield their stuff, and adopt AnAnonymystical Chinese citizenism.

They will increase their chances of success folded times.

In Chinese citizenism, folded times is the laundromattering thing.

Thu, 05/23/2013 - 17:05 | 3593687 albanian
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Thu, 05/23/2013 - 18:17 | 3593869 buyingsterling
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We're not bombing muslims to defend or promote Christianity. Is that a cover? If so, no politician will even say so. Yes, it;s stupid to be doing this, but don;t blame it on 'clinging to religion'. Leaving religion and entering the age of self-aggrandizement and moral relativism is at the root of the problems of the modern age. Our 'leaders' - and much of the herd - think THEY are god, and accountable to no one. You have to believe that in order to be a mass killer.

Thu, 05/23/2013 - 18:31 | 3593914 AlphaDawg
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completely agree man, dont take me out of context.

life is a lot more like you said, was just having an argument with a tard and putting a simple point across

Thu, 05/23/2013 - 18:37 | 3593935 AlphaDawg
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sorry to downgrade you, agree with what you said but are you seriously long stering? wtf? why?

Fri, 05/24/2013 - 03:51 | 3595129 Element
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Thank goodness bluefin tuna don't have issues with the mass-slaughter of pilchards ... nor cattle station owners with making rational economic decisions to turn cattle into BBQs.

Ultimately the source of our 'special' humanist moral repugnance to mass-murders is due to our fear that we may one day be on the receiving end. And when religious morality fails (and who can possibly argue that it hasn't in EVERY major religion) then you get Govt 'Law' and the UN's confabulation.

And when that fails (as it now has), we're right back to square one, the general fear that it might happen to us. Hence people are now trying every which way to resurrect the sense of moral repugnance and provide it a sensible agreed basis (hard to do when some utter arsehole in the beige-house, who has a fucking nobel peace prize, but keeps arbitrarily killing people, as he sees fit, with his assassin drone fleet).

And acute fear is the organizing motivator of collective 'order'-making. It is always that way, just as it is for a pilchard 'schooling' in a tight bunch and moving in lock-step, as one drone-mind, in order to avoid the tuna's maw.


EDIT: They really should have some sort of verbal guidance for a nobel peace prize recipient, so they understand that they really must not become a willful mass-murdering cunt, as that sort of runs contrary to the whole spirit of awarding them a peace-prize thingy in the first place.

Thu, 05/23/2013 - 20:51 | 3594267 Slightly Insane
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Freddie,  spot on with the Ghurkas ....

Thu, 05/23/2013 - 16:23 | 3593504 francis_sawyer
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"Last week when I arrived to Bangladesh, the immigration officials there were positively ecstatic to see a foreign tourist entering the country."


But then they checked the passport & saw it was that self absorbed twat waffle... Simon Black & said... "Oh fuck ~ well, while you're here, could you make yourself marginally useful by giving us the correct time in Gstaad?"...

Thu, 05/23/2013 - 16:29 | 3593550 kaiserhoff
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Well said, Francis,

    but what exactly is a "twat waffle?"  I want to be sure I'm insulting the right people.

Thu, 05/23/2013 - 16:42 | 3593603 francis_sawyer
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A "twat waffle" is not dissimilar to a "cheesepope" [by 'utility' standards of measure]...


But the bottom line is that it can take on 'ombudsman' characteristics... Which means ~ It's 'ANYTHING YOU WANT IT TO BE'... [& mostly what you probably think it is]...

Thu, 05/23/2013 - 17:57 | 3593821 TeamDepends
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francis, may we contract it to "twaffle"?

Thu, 05/23/2013 - 20:18 | 3594181 blindman
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you say twaffle, I say twaflatto,
some say twafflette or twaflematto.
let's call the hole thing off.
Ella F. and Louis Armstrong - Let's Call the Whole Thing Off
"something must be done."

Thu, 05/23/2013 - 21:42 | 3594385 TPTB_r_TBTF
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yet another meaning for "twat waffle":


occurs when a woman wears tight jeans without underwear and the hard seams painfully mash themselves into her undercarriage, leaving an angry red waffle-like pattern. [urban dictionary]

Thu, 05/23/2013 - 23:13 | 3594689 blindman
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but ... this is so funny ...
watwaffle (twat-wah-full):
n.1 An elitist; someone unaware of their own limitations and highly critical of others.
n.2 A general prick. See: douchebag, n00b.
v.1 To ban; to totally pwn.

"That Tom Cruise is such a twatwaffle."
"I was twatwaffled by hurt, a lot."

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The idiot that gets on your last damn nerve. The person you know that suffers from excessive verbal diarrhea. The one you want to smack in the face with a pick-axe. The person who has done it all and done it better than you.

There is this twatwaffle in my anatomy class who won't shut up even though he is obviously an idiot and everyone fucking hates his sputtering face.

Thu, 05/23/2013 - 23:53 | 3594793 Element
Thu, 05/23/2013 - 16:29 | 3593551 Herd Redirectio...
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God, they are training more of them (oligarchs, not Simon Blacks), up there in Gstaad!

Thu, 05/23/2013 - 16:45 | 3593610 Colonel Klink
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Le Rosey, I'd call it the opposite for everyone else.

Thu, 05/23/2013 - 17:22 | 3593737 francis_sawyer
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When I was around 29yo... I somehow managed to hit it off with a 18yo with a cute face, & huge tits... Her 'daddy' was a typical well heeled cheesepope [in Woodland Hills, Ca.], who'd sent his little darling to Le Rosey...


She loved giving head... [which I presume was on the curriculum]...

Fri, 05/24/2013 - 00:52 | 3594932 Colonel Klink
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Good to see a comment from you FS.

I'm sure it's a learned skill to marry well.  Then a lost art once it occurs.

Thu, 05/23/2013 - 16:48 | 3593627 Freddie
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LOL!  "Cheap holidays are other peoples misery."

Simon Black is a tool.  What tourist would go to Bangladesh?  Was he researching some sweatshop stock in Bangladesh?  Maybe Nike saved two pennies in making $400 Air Jordans which are bought with EBT cards in Chicago.

Simon should stick with Doug Casey's real estate hacienda sales in N Argentina.

Thu, 05/23/2013 - 20:53 | 3594264 Cui Bono
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Correct time in Gstaad? Nice usage, very nice....

... but is he waterproof to three atmospheres?

cuz in Philadelphia he's worth $50 bucks.....

Thu, 05/23/2013 - 16:47 | 3593620 Ignatius
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"If only people still believed in such simple pleasures in life :)"


We Americans in particular are addicted to constant novelty.


Thu, 05/23/2013 - 16:14 | 3593453 BLOTTO
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Unfortunately this isn’t happening; ‘the people’ aren’t rising up to set things right.


The big problem is the illusion is to thick...the brainwashing to heavy, for the masses to comprehend. It is a massive hurdle for people to get over to think that those in power, who are suppose to care for us, and love us, are the ones creating this shit...


Its actually brilliant, if it wasnt so evil.

Thu, 05/23/2013 - 16:30 | 3593554 Herd Redirectio...
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Stockholm Syndrome.

Thu, 05/23/2013 - 17:21 | 3593729 Haole
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"Stockholm Syndrome."

Which is currently being redefined the last few nights in the city of it's "coining" into an absurd PC abstraction of it's former self as a concept.


Thu, 05/23/2013 - 16:11 | 3593458 Peachfuzz
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Yes, I too read Hot Rod Magazine for the articles.

Thu, 05/23/2013 - 16:19 | 3593497 Anusocracy
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Humans have evolved to the exalted levels of...  rhesus macaque monkeys.


"Alpha males, who rule the 50 or so macaques in the troop, use threats and violence to hold on to the safest sleeping places, the best food, and access to the females in the group with whom they want to have sex. Like human dictators intent on holding power, dominant monkeys use frequent and unpredictable aggression as an effective form of intimidation. Less powerful members of the rhesus macaque group are marginalized and forced to live on the edges of the group’s area, where they are vulnerable to predator attacks. They must wait for the others to eat first and then have the leftovers; they have sex only when the dominant monkeys are not looking.

“In rhesus society, dominants always travel in business class and subordinates in economy, and if the flight is overbooked, it’s the subordinates who get bumped off the plane,” Maestripieri said. “Social status can make the difference between life and death in human societies too,” he pointed out. In the wake of Hurricane Katrina, for instance, the poorer members of the community accounted for most of the hurricane’s death toll.

Male macaques form alliances with more powerful individuals, and take part in scapegoating on the lower end of the hierarchy, a Machiavellian strategy that a mid-ranking monkey can use when under attack from a higher-ranking one. Altruism is rare and, in most cases, only a form of nepotistic behavior. Mothers help their daughters achieve a status similar to their own and to maintain it throughout their lives. Females act in Machiavellian ways also when it comes to reproduction. They make sure they have lots of sex with the alpha male to increase the chances he will protect their newborn infant from other monkeys 6 months later.

“But while they have lots of sex with the alpha male and make him think he’s going to be the father of their baby, the females also have sex with all the other males in the group behind the alpha male’s back,” Maestripieri said. They do so just in case the alpha male is sterile or he dies or loses his power before the baby is born.

Struggles for power within a group sometimes culminate in a revolution, in which all members of the most dominant family are suddenly attacked by entire families of subordinates. These revolutions result in drastic changes in the structure of power within rhesus societies, not unlike those occurring following human revolutions. There is one situation, however, in which all of the well-established social structure evaporates: when a group of rhesus macaques confronts another one and monkey warfare begins. Rhesus macaques dislike strangers and will viciously attack their own image in a mirror, thinking it’s a stranger threatening them. When warfare begins, “Even a low-ranking rhesus loner becomes an instant patriot. Every drop of xenophobia in rhesus blood is transformed into fuel for battle,” Maestripieri wrote."


Thu, 05/23/2013 - 16:52 | 3593642 Frank N. Beans
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Planet of the Humans, bitchazz

Thu, 05/23/2013 - 17:09 | 3593699 IamtheREALmario
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Humans are a little different. They will weigh the relative strengths of the group and if the new group has advantages they will let the new group rip the heads off of their old leaders and then make deals with the new group.

Would I lift a finger to help our bankers or governmental so called leaders? Most likely not. They pay the nuvo-Stasi to protect them.

Thu, 05/23/2013 - 17:12 | 3593708 Winston Smith 2009
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"Humans have evolved to the exalted levels of...  rhesus macaque monkeys."

Actually we're closer genetically and culturally to orangutans:

Orangutans May Be Closest Human Relatives, Not Chimps

I had to laugh when I was watching a documentary about ape cultures being used for comparison with human sociological development and a guy who had spent his entire professional career making famous studies of orangutan behavior was asked what he thought of the creatures and responded that he actually couldn't stand them because they were so selfish, petty, and cruel!

Human beings - apes with car keys.  Many don't rise above that.

Thu, 05/23/2013 - 22:04 | 3594450 Anusocracy
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Aren't orangutans the least social of the great apes?

Maybe they didn't want to associate with the researcher.

Fri, 05/24/2013 - 09:30 | 3595594 TruthDetector
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"The intelligent person does not pay any attention to all of this crazy talk anymore."

The only thing for evil to succeed is for good (people) to do nothing (about it).

...And so the nation was lost...

Thu, 05/23/2013 - 15:47 | 3593349 The Juggernaut
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American's love their Dancing with the Stars programme.  And until then all of you will do nothing.

Thu, 05/23/2013 - 16:08 | 3593437 CaptainSpaulding
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My wife still watches it. IMO, Its totally unwatchable. Netflix is a refreshing change. The best thing to come along since Britta water filters

Thu, 05/23/2013 - 16:09 | 3593450 LFMayor
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Roll some "13 Assassins", "Max Manus" or "Warriors of the Rainbow".  Movies about problem solving.

Thu, 05/23/2013 - 16:14 | 3593472 CaptainSpaulding
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I'm a big Alfred Hitchcock presents and Columbo fan. Nflx has just about every season and much more. BTW, I am not a shareholder or affiliated with NFLX in any way

Thu, 05/23/2013 - 16:13 | 3593468 Kreditanstalt
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And which are some top-performing stocks?

Herbalife.  Netflix.  Chipotle Grill. etc.

What does this say about Americans?

Thu, 05/23/2013 - 16:46 | 3593574 kaiserhoff
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That we can't get enough re-fried beans.  Well, I can, but I'm a recovering American.

Thu, 05/23/2013 - 16:31 | 3593561 Freddie
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Some of us cancelled O TV and O Hollywood a long time ago. The rest are retards.

F Hollywood and F TV.

Thu, 05/23/2013 - 17:53 | 3593812 viahj
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some of us can discern the 'brainwashing' of TV and Hollywood but still find entertainment value.   

Thu, 05/23/2013 - 18:39 | 3593930 cougar_w
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There are many levels of brainwashing. Not everyone gets caught by the obvious stuff, but these guys have something for everyone trust me.

In your case they probably have you at the next level already; You actually think you can fight their system from within.

Well guess what, you can't. They have half the Ph.D output of academia studying you at a distance. And half the computational throw of the world's data centers keeping track of what pleasure buttons you push every day.

Kill your TV. It's only a start (hint: kill your car next) but it happens to be the most important first step you can take.

Okay that was mean-spirited I admit, to make up for that I have some fiction for you. All about the monkey mind:

Yeah writing is what I do without TV. Doesn't matter if it's sophmoric crap, I like it and I have fun doing it, and it keeps my brain from rotting. Try it some time. Right after you kill your TV.

Thu, 05/23/2013 - 19:30 | 3594054 Room 101
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+100 for the "kill your television."  

+1 more for the quote of yours about "printing till their eyes bleed."  Classic rant.  ZH hall of fame worthy. 

Thu, 05/23/2013 - 22:57 | 3594643 cougar_w
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Thank you. The notable thing about that rant was that it was exactly predictive when the prediction was still unpopular, and made a case at the time for why there would not be any change in the future. Sadly, our plight hasn't improved.

Thu, 05/23/2013 - 16:57 | 3593652 RafterManFMJ
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Do nothing? Untrue. I'm working on my Charleston Shuffle.

Thu, 05/23/2013 - 16:21 | 3593506 Zymurguy
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The U.S. is starting to look like the militant warren in Watership Down.

Everyone is so well fed and "free"... that is until you become the target of the state for some undesireable behavior or attempt to leave, then it's time for a visit by the Owsla!

Thu, 05/23/2013 - 17:04 | 3593680 RafterManFMJ
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Where is Adam Kokesh...?

*interrupting* Over here, we store frozen pizza and cola!

Yes, but...where...

*interrupting* Here is the great cavern where we watch football!

I see, but what happened *HOCKEY! NOW WE WATCH HOCKEY!* building 7.


Thu, 05/23/2013 - 17:47 | 3593799 kchrisc
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"The only viable strategy is to abandon the herd and focus on what we can all do as individuals to safeguard our wealth, preserve our liberties, and ensure the continued safety of our families."

The Four Rs: Rejection; Revolution; Retribution; Restoration of the Constitutional republic

Thu, 05/23/2013 - 20:29 | 3594214 Slightly Insane
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Ever notice the "police cruisers" in your town?  I live in podunk, middle states .... and even here the cop cars look like "mad max shit on steroids" .... even the paint jobs are all about "get in your face".  The cops all look like swat nazi's and stazi.  Do you think that's coinkydink?

Thu, 05/23/2013 - 22:49 | 3594615 Boondocker
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And nearly have m4s in them.....

Fri, 05/24/2013 - 01:00 | 3594960 TheReplacement
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I don't think taking the individual route will work.  There are just too many of them.

This period reminds me of 1774-5.  During that time there was a world wide arms race.  The colonists were going everywhere to procure arms and munitions while the crown was trying to prevent just that.  There was a great amount of militancy in the colonies with companies being formed and drilled.  Committees of Correspondence being set up.  Basically, they were preparing for war.

Fast forward to today.  Patriots are buying millions upon millions of firearms and billions of rounds of ammo.  The Feds are trying to interdict this but fairly unsuccessfully.  Patriot groups have sprung up all across the country and there are some national organizations.  Living within earshot of a gun range for many years informs me that firearm practice is at it's highest level since moving here.

The only viable strategy is to prepare and make sure your side is the winning team.  The most immoral thing about war is losing.  Often times, just showing that you are very prepared and highly committed is enough to prevent war.

Fri, 05/24/2013 - 16:54 | 3596998 Frankie Carbone
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You are bashing America and that's unpatriotic. Anyone that bashes the freest nation in the world is obviously an ingrate and should have their rights revoked.*


Gawd Bless Mur'ca.


*This is perfectly logical to the average maleducated American. The thought process goes like this:

America is, and has been the bestest, goddamn perfect freest nation to have ever existed and you should thank your goddamn lucky stars to be here. But noooo.... Instead you piss on this great, free nation with your criticisms so therefore you deserve all the harrassment that the government gives you. Furthermore, as the twisted logic goes, your stupid arguments against militarism and torture are further evidence of your ingratitude of living in a free country. We can't give them due process because they are terrorists! What??? You "question their guilt, whether they are terrorists", is that what you said? Jesus Christ, if they're not terrorists then why were they picked up in the first place, huh? Huh dummy? Jesus. Since they were picked up they obviously MUST be terrorists, and because they are terrorists they have no right to due process. Why can't you understand this simple logic***


**At this point, me,  Frankie, having listened to this twisted argument reaches for a pistol and puts it into his mouth.

Such is the tortured logic of your average iPhone-junkie, reality teevee watching American Idiot.

Thu, 05/23/2013 - 15:43 | 3593338 blindman
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Defense Against the Psychopath (Full length)

Thu, 05/23/2013 - 15:43 | 3593341 Doctor of Reality
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I can't wait to read the government BOOT LICKERS comments! I'm a 40 year old medical professional who feels actual stress from fear when I see police. NOT because I've done something wrong... but because I KNOW we're entering a phase in the police state where the government is seemingly OK with their unconstitutional actions coming to light.

Thu, 05/23/2013 - 15:52 | 3593376 machineh
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Not to mention the new stress starting next year, when the IRS is going to review everyone's health coverage ... or FINE them for not having it.

Obamacare -- the compassion of the DMV, the efficiency of the post office. SIGN UP OR DIE.

Thu, 05/23/2013 - 15:59 | 3593413 F.A. Hayek
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I am compiling a list of ways that I can screw up and drag out their process. I'm going to make sure the functionaries feel the pain.

Thu, 05/23/2013 - 17:02 | 3593676 Ignatius
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Could you start by forming a completely worthless healthcare insurance plan that the government will qualify and with the lowest cost?  This could be achieved by building in a huge premium kickback-to-purchaser/patient scheme -- minus your modest administrative fee, of course -- and... oh, wait. 

Thu, 05/23/2013 - 18:21 | 3593880 Stares straight...
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Can you give us a preview, please?!

Thu, 05/23/2013 - 18:25 | 3593881 Stares straight...
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Can you give us a preview, please?!

Thu, 05/23/2013 - 16:01 | 3593424 TeamDepends
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When the first IRS agents start taking unexpected dirt naps, the rest will become a great deal more courteous.  Everything changed last week.

Thu, 05/23/2013 - 18:31 | 3593913 Overfed
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Expand that to include ALL Federal enforcers. Now we're talkin'.

Thu, 05/23/2013 - 18:42 | 3593947 Z'
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I would love to think everything changed last week, but right now it just looks like cause for early retirement (administrative leave) for corrupt bureaucrats.  Out of sight, out of mind--they are just hoping this will all blow over:

I wonder how long Lois Lerner's 'administrative leave' will extend?  Surely she will keep her full salary, benefits, retirement accruals, etc.?  Same old, same old...


Thu, 05/23/2013 - 21:37 | 3594369 Things that go bump
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You are aware, of course, of the penalty for that if you are caught? We have no death penalty here in my state, but the feds will claim jurisdiction in those cases.

Thu, 05/23/2013 - 15:54 | 3593383 debtor of last ...
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Doc, i've got phantom pain everywhere. It's not just you.

Thu, 05/23/2013 - 20:38 | 3594232 Slightly Insane
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Doc, my pain started in my wallet.  Later it spread to the hand I sign my tax returns with .... now it's in my ear from the daily propaganda raping it is exposed to. 

Thu, 05/23/2013 - 18:46 | 3593956 cougar_w
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My dad was a 15 year career officer in a small town, started when he was about 25. Then he did a 5 year tour in Vietnam with the State Department setting up rural police departments. Then he taught police work at a JC for 15 more years, and retired some 15 years now.

After all that his advice to me one day was: stay away from cops.

I was stunned. It was so unlike him. And it burned into my brain. I cdan still hear in my mind the warning in his voice.

I think he knew 30 years ago what was coming.

Stay away from cops.

Thu, 05/23/2013 - 20:38 | 3594233 Kirk2NCC1701
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Attracts too many psychos. Reminds me of a line from a recent episode of Hannibal (a very disturbing show in itself), where they talk about which careers/professions attract psychos, in order. All of them are positions of extreme authority/control.

Thu, 05/23/2013 - 19:19 | 3594024 drdolittle
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I don't feel fear only cause I've met most of the ones in my hometown through my work. They're usually cool to me cause they bring me prisoners. They also say if they get shot I could be the one taking care of them, afraid to piss me off cause I might "slip with the knife"  or accidentally fuck them up (as if).

Out of town I feel primarily hatred. And try to act cool. Use my whiteness, middle age and upper middle class status to get out of my ticket etc.

Thu, 05/23/2013 - 15:46 | 3593351 cherry picker
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You got it.  People do not realize how not free they are in the land of the free,  We do not educate freedom.

What good is freedom of speech if you don't have the freedom to come and go as you please without being questioned, harassed, undressed and every aspect of your life analyzed and judged by some clown who is a fellow citizen but smiles at his or her power to make you cringe.

You guys can keep it.  I'll take my chances in other countries which still respect freedom.

Thu, 05/23/2013 - 20:48 | 3594258 Kirk2NCC1701
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I'd seen a bit of the world by the time we came to the US. I remember being surprised and stunned at the attitude and demeanor of the US Customs & Immigration at the port of entry.

Not at all what we expected in coming to the Land of The Free. Not having had a Special Interest lobby group backing us (not the right color or club/tribe), it was quite challenging - even with assets and a skillset-in-demand.

Real life in America is quite different than on TV.

Thu, 05/23/2013 - 15:47 | 3593357 newworldorder
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The sheeple have an opportunity to vote every incumbent politician out of office every 2 years and to DEMAND change. It has not happened and will not happen. The majority is happy with things as they are.

Thu, 05/23/2013 - 16:00 | 3593417 pods
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Vote and Change in the same sentence makes me LOL.


Thu, 05/23/2013 - 16:54 | 3593648 NotApplicable
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Damn Hopium junkies. Why do they gotta fuck up EVERYTHING?

Thu, 05/23/2013 - 17:07 | 3593693 Professorlocknload
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Don't be the voter, be the counter. It's now the only way "change" takes place.

Thu, 05/23/2013 - 17:28 | 3593753 dizzyfingers
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"Don't be the voter, be the counter. It's now the only way "change" takes place."

Computers now do the vote counting in our district...or maybe computers in Spain or China did the counting...

Thu, 05/23/2013 - 16:09 | 3593447 Anusocracy
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They can't comprehend how society could function under different conditions.

Mother Nature's programming is very effective and it makes thinking outside the box very difficult.

Thu, 05/23/2013 - 16:40 | 3593581 Ag Tex
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It is difficult to demand change with electronic voting machines.

Thu, 05/23/2013 - 17:10 | 3593706 nasa
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100% agree.  Electronic voting machines need to join the tea in Boston Harbor. 

Thu, 05/23/2013 - 17:23 | 3593740 dizzyfingers
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"The sheeple have an opportunity to vote every incumbent politician out of office every 2 years and to DEMAND change. It has not happened and will not happen. The majority is happy with things as they are.."

The people who decide who gets to run from the voting districts whose votes count the most, choose special-interest-servers who'll win because their puppet-masters pay their way over those whose goal is the good of the country.

Sadly, these days "for the good of the country" brings the same snorts and snickers of derision as "for the good of the children".

Thu, 05/23/2013 - 17:54 | 3593814 kchrisc
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Voting is either naive, if one is younger than thirty, or foolish if older.

If the government is rogue and behaving criminally, then voting is also criminal.

Thu, 05/23/2013 - 20:33 | 3594221 newworldorder
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You may be right on all three. If voting is not the answer however, what is? Go ahead tell us your alternative for bringing change? No theory now, tell us something real that you are willing to take part in.

Thu, 05/23/2013 - 20:47 | 3594256 pods
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Avoid debt any way you can.  No credit, minimum funds in a credit union, cash to live outside of it.

The single greatest asset we have is the rope they use to bind us.


The government cannot expand the debt forever, and if we avoid expanding it in the private sector, BOOM!

Sure it will be messy, but if you are indebted to the tune to $100k, you will be more than happy to accept whatever new debt currency they try after the FRN collapses.

And mark my words, it will collapse.  

And I am not only willing to take part in it, I am taking part in it.


Thu, 05/23/2013 - 20:41 | 3594243 Slightly Insane
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Do you think that the electronic vote tabulators are ........ actually counting your vote?

Thu, 05/23/2013 - 21:19 | 3594318 Room 101
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Amazing the beatings people will endure if they're given the "right" to pick who will hold the whip. 

Thu, 05/23/2013 - 15:48 | 3593360 Inthemix96
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Seems like your best bet is to fuck off to Bangladesh then.


Thu, 05/23/2013 - 15:53 | 3593382 JJ McApe
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and in worst case cenario you can work in a cloth factory for 10cents per month


Thu, 05/23/2013 - 15:57 | 3593400 F.A. Hayek
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The cost of living makes that a very attractive option, assuming you're ok with 18 hours a day in a sweat shop.

Thu, 05/23/2013 - 17:07 | 3593691 RafterManFMJ
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Yea but an ocean front condo only costs five dollars, so there's that.  And no alimony.  Fresh fruits. Sun.

Always look on the bright side of life...

Thu, 05/23/2013 - 19:21 | 3594030 drdolittle
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life of brian


Thu, 05/23/2013 - 21:42 | 3594389 Things that go bump
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No alcohol, no available women 

Thu, 05/23/2013 - 15:57 | 3593397 Panafrican Funk...
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Indeed.  Hope Simon enjoys being a [redacted] with no presumed backing power structure protecting his ass when "the shit goes down".  

Thu, 05/23/2013 - 16:16 | 3593454 ParkAveFlasher
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Simon Black's most provocative piece yet, I wonder how many peccaries his sycophants slaughtered on the steps of his personal Toltec ziggurat for him to be climaxing like this. 

Wake me when Simon and the rest of the would-be revolutionaries somewhere aboard a skittle-cloaked Virgin Galactic Spacecraft in low earth orbit start issuing regular arms and uniforms.  Or are they not much different from TPTB, waiting for the plebes to beg for that kind of high quality conscription into the Revolutionary Unicorn Cavalry.

Thu, 05/23/2013 - 16:10 | 3593457 LFMayor
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Piss on that shit hole.

Thu, 05/23/2013 - 15:49 | 3593365 WarriorClass
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The most direct attack on America is the expansion of legal immigration to this country. Almost half the people currently living in the US are here as a result of the Immigration Reform Act of 1965. The work and student visa program, green cards and refugee programs make illegal immigration look puny. Contrary to the current meme, our country was not founded by immigrants - it was founded by colonists that forged a new country out of the wilderness for themselves and their posterity. It is our inheritance and it is being sacrificed at the table of political correctness, just as surely as Esau gave up his inheritance for a pot of stew, Americans are giving up their inheritance for the porridge of a false self-righteousness of "multiculturalism" that is nothing but the death of the American way of life and freedom.

These brainwashed Eurotrash socialists and third world bottom-feeders have no history or tradition of natural rights, and in fact have never heard of the concept, or understand that the Constitution was an attempt to codify those natural God-given rights. They do not understand what our Founders understood - that men who are drawn to centers of power are by nature the worst among us, and that laws are needed to keep them in check. They do not understand or respect that the Constitution was written as a witness against the fallen nature of man, and that it is as timeless man's nature, which has not changed, and will not be out-dated until that nature has become angelic.

The descendants of America's founders are being replaced with a foreign people, and this was by design. The American gun-owning, freedom-loving middle-class was the biggest obstacle to One-World-Government-equally-distributed-misery plans of the international bankster cartel. It was no accident that American wages started stagnating in 1970 and have decreased ever since. Simple supply and demand. Since that wasn't enough, more jobs were moved overseas and more foreigners were moved in to take the jobs still here.

Ben Johnson said this about the The 1965 Immigration Act in an article for FrontPageMagazine in 2002:

The 1965 Immigration Act: Anatomy of a Disaster By: Ben Johnson | Tuesday, December 10, 2002

"Despite the overwhelming assurances of the bill's supporters, the 1965 Immigration Reform Act has remade society into the image its critics most feared. Immigration levels topping a million a year will increase U.S. population to 400 million within 50 years. Meanwhile, exponents of multiculturalism insist new arrivals make no effort to assimilate; to do so would be "genocidal," a notion that makes a mockery of real genocides. Instead, long-forgotten grudges are nursed against the white populace. Native citizens take to flight as the neighborhoods around them, the norms in their hometowns, are debased for the convenience of low-paid immigrants and well-heeled businessmen. All the while, indigenous paychecks drop through lower wages and higher taxes collected to provide social services for immigrants. And this only takes into account legal immigration.

"Americans must realize demographic trends are not inevitable, the product of mysterious forces beyond their control. Today's population is the result of yesterday's immigration policy, and that policy is as clearly broken as its backers' assurances were facetious. A rational policy will only come about when native Americans place the national interest above liberal howls of 'prejudice' and 'tribalism.'"

Its only gotten worse since Ben penned this article.

At a time when unemployment is at an all time high, "Conservative" Senator Ted Cruz wants to expand legal immigration, most of who will vote Democrat or Big Government Republican once they get here and take your job.

This is a war against the American People and Culture, and the Americans are loosing badly and don't even understand why. Most Americans blame only illegal immigration which is a fraction of the problem, and miss the bigger picture of legal immigrants.

I often hear people ask the question of how America became such a divided Nation. Now you know. Americans have purchased so many firearms that many manufacturers of military pattern semi-automatic rifles are back ordered for a year or more, and ammunition has doubled in price, when you can find it, and there are now at least 100 million guns owners in the US. DHS has purchased over 2 billion rounds of ammunition and "assault rifles" for personal protection. America is preparing for a civil war, and to deny it is whistling past the graveyard of history.

Thu, 05/23/2013 - 16:00 | 3593419 Vooter
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"Contrary to the current meme, our country was not founded by immigrants - it was founded by colonists that forged a new country out of the wilderness for themselves and their posterity."

LOL...please. The U.S. was founded by people who used theft, deception and murder to break almost every treaty ever made with the indigenous people of North America and to steal their land. At least be man enough to admit it. And what is this "natural God-given rights" bullshit? Who is this god, and when exactly did he pass these "rights" on to you? I swear, the shit that comes out of some people's mouths would be hilarious if it weren't so deluded and pathetic...

Thu, 05/23/2013 - 16:14 | 3593471 Manthong
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hoo boy..  the Deists that had the handle at the founding called it “nature and nature’s God“ and if you don’t think that there is a rhyme or reason to the way rational humans act towards good(s)., you need to do some reading.

Thu, 05/23/2013 - 16:20 | 3593501 Headbanger
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And so just how are things doing there in The Garden of Eden where you live?  BTW, you contradicted yourself about your atheism in only one sentence which is quite remarkable for such an opinonated shit head like you. Ta ta!

Thu, 05/23/2013 - 22:26 | 3594534 PhilofOz
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Wow, at this time close both ways with 25 down votes. Either they are picking one part of your statement that they do not like and ignoring the rest or there are a lot of people in denial here.

Thu, 05/23/2013 - 16:01 | 3593423 Darth Hayek
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The true test of the immigrant:  Are you here to build, or just to take?

Though come to think of it, that's the true test of anyone...

Thu, 05/23/2013 - 16:04 | 3593430 Right-on Left-off
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Excellent, well written comment with much truth.


Thu, 05/23/2013 - 17:30 | 3593758 Manthong
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the silver lining might be that the fun and games in Sweden, France, Belgium etc. this nice 11th year solar cycle summer might give what's left of the US American core something to think about.

Thu, 05/23/2013 - 19:57 | 3594128 Bad Attitude
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Manthong, I wish I could share your optimism. But, you make two questionable assumptions: First, that the fun and games in Sweden, France, Belgium, etc. gets reported by our main stream media. Second, if it is reported, that most Americans will think about it.

I am constantly amazed at how clueless most people are when it comes to important issues. The information is available, but they choose to remain ignorant.

Thu, 05/23/2013 - 16:38 | 3593443 Randall Cabot
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The jew supremacists are absolutely setting up America for another "Red Terror" exactly as they did in Russia 100 years ago (and this was written before the jew Cheka starved to death 10 million Ukrainians in the 1930s):

"And these paradise-creators who created an official position for the body-counter in their torture and execution chambers — of course, the visiting delegates never see this! These lofty idealists have tortured and killed, in the name of Russia’s workers and peasants (and according to their very own statistics) the following numbers of victims in the first four years of the glorious Russian Revolution: 28 bishops of the Church, 1,215 priests and 6,000 monks. Why? Just because they were bishops, priests and monks, and because they believed in God — who is of course merely a disposable middle-class superstition.

But these statistics are actually rather tiny. Next come 8,800 [Christian] doctors and their aides. Why? Because they represented [non-Jewish] middle-class medicine, and since proletarian medicine has not yet been invented, seriously ill people in today’s Soviet Russia must go to the Beyond without hardly any medical care whatsoever.

But even this number is so small. Now come the officers: 54,650 army and naval officers, 10,500 police officers (lieutenant-rank and above) and 48,500 lower-ranking policemen. And for what reason? Because they were military and police officers, and we all know that "militarism" is no longer permissible for any nationalistic and Aryan-conscious white people. It is only allowed to Red bandits who call themselves proletarians in order to dig the real proletariat a mass grave. The military oath to the nation’s flag, and loyalty unto death to that sacred banner are just bourgeois preconceptions — unless the flag is that blood-colored rag under which the international condottieri [cut-throat medieval officers] want to force down into surrender the rest of decent mankind.

And then there are 260,000 flag-loyal soldiers, of the old army, all now executed. But even this statistic is trifling. Now come the intelligentsia: teachers; professors, engineers, building contractors, writers and judges — especially judges, because these were the most dangerous for a state ruled by convicted felons who categorically reject the concept of right-versus-wrong as a bourgeois concept. To them let us add lawyers, district attorneys and all the college-educated occupations together to reach the number of 361,825 murdered members of our most mentally demanding professions. (I will not even tarry over our annihilated large-landholding class, consisting of 12,950 persons.)

And when someone asks me how the Russian intelligentsia can bear the Bolshevik yoke, I always answer that the Russian intelligentsia is either literally six feet under or in exile, and that the tiny remainder left over has suffered such a blood-letting and deliberate and systematic humiliation through the communist steamroller that they have forfeited every last bit of self-esteem and personal honor.

And finally, we come to the modest numbers of workers and peasants executed by the worker-and-peasant state. They amount to only 192,350 workers and 815,000 peasants. All these figures are official statistics published by the Cheka [forerunner of the KGB] and printed in easily obtainable Bolshevik newspapers during the period of what was then called "war communism" [when the anti-communist "White" forces were fighting Trotsky and the Red Army, 1917-1921]. All of these facts can be verified in the complete volumes of information or excerpts published in 1922 by the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Kingdom of Serbia, the only country in Europe which is fighting mercilessly against the disease of communism.

Since then, of course, these figures have risen, because the murders continue, the blood flows on — albeit only Christian and Aryan blood. But the reduction of the population is but a source of laughter and joy to the high lords of the new Moscow. When during the Famine of’1922, 30,000 human beings were dying everyday, Comrade Trotsky made the sarcastic remark: "All the better — look at the paperwork that will save us now." The total number of starvation-killed Russians (see the book by the German-Russian, Georg Popov — I have documentation for everything) is now up to two million!

But even this enormous number is small compared to the literally mentally ill persons now running around free in Soviet Russia — four million eight hundred thousand of them! But this is no surprise. Even the old Russia did not have enough sanatoria and hospitals for them. Now, however, the whole country has become a madhouse, and so these certifiably crazy persons don’t stand out — yet another blessing of the worker-and-peasant paradise. Remember now: the erectors of this crimson paradise are benefactors of mankind, but a tsar who hanged five rebels is a hangman forever.


Thu, 05/23/2013 - 17:48 | 3593803 A. Magnus
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Just what we need, another piece of shit David Duke disciple peddling 'Jewish Supremacy' as something OTHER than outdated propaganda bullshit:

"nationalistic and Aryan-conscious white people"

Are you THAT dumb, sparky? Why not go all the way and say the Joos are draining the blood from pure Aryan children, you anachronistic fucktard?

Thu, 05/23/2013 - 18:53 | 3593972 Randall Cabot
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Why did jewish capitalists fund jewish communists?

Fri, 05/24/2013 - 00:48 | 3594915 TNTARG
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No Justice, no coherency, no ethic: no peace.

The more deep cognitive dissonance is, the greater the gap between ethic and behavior, the more violence people gets and give, the worst life becomes.

Blaming always others:  govt workers,  muslims, jews, cristians, mexicans, immigrants and all that shit, (in countries whose folks have been killed, kidnapped, murdered, tortured, imprisoned, slaughtered, taken other's people resources, land, assets, etc. for decades) won't get things better for anybody. Do you think some further closing of your borders could in any way solve any problem?

The people who is destroying the US, the UE and most of the World don't get throughout immigration controls of any kind. They use private airplanes and have sort of "worldwide passports".

Did muslims made Pearl Harbor, WMDs, Hiroshima, Nagasaki? Did muslims killed Kennedy?  Do they did 9/11? Do chechens did Boston marathon bombings?

Allow me to say you're fooling yourselves.


Thu, 05/23/2013 - 16:10 | 3593444 newworldorder
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RE: WarriorClass;

Politicians of both parties have allowed this situation to occur since 1965. Why? We are not alone. Look at England, importing third worlders. Why have the Western Democracies willingly embraced the nihilism of intolerance, ingnorance, and hatred by embracing current immigration policies.

Thu, 05/23/2013 - 16:45 | 3593609 WarriorClass
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The Republicans and Democrats are just the two wings of the same bird of prey.  They are both owned by the international bankster cartel who wants to destroy the west and all memory of freedom, limited government and natural rights.


Thu, 05/23/2013 - 20:27 | 3594207 Mitzibitzi
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Fairly simple, actually. Depopulation is the goal, and there's always the chance that a 'non-official' account of the event might survive into the sight of future generations. Set it up the way they have and you have the plausible excuse that 'man warred against man' and nothing the leaders could do was able to stop the Great Purge.

It's not enough for them to win their little game, they have to keep it won. It's difficult for a future people to justify rebelling against them if any history that can be uncovered appears to support the official version of events.

Thu, 05/23/2013 - 16:12 | 3593464 InTheLandOfTheBlind
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+10000 and all the bernanke bucks that can be printed for the esau analogy... been using it awhile with my friends... really cuts to the core of the problem...

Fri, 05/24/2013 - 04:55 | 3595152 Element
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It wasn't 'stew' though within the King James translation, where it's translated as "red pottage", which is basically lentil soup. You do not want to eat this, ever! Take it from me, I have. I had this cute Jewish girlfriend who made it for me from her Sephardi grandmother's traditional recipe. And I made the mistake of eating it, and I've never encountered any meal before, or since, that made me fart like that! (... I have my own theory about those alleged "gas chambers" ...)

True story, you've been warned.

Thu, 05/23/2013 - 16:34 | 3593579 Freddie
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Eurotrash?  Most of the people in Europe did not want the shit they are getting and at least they did not elect a Muslim leader.  Just a leaders who fawn over muslims.   Most Americans still watch TV and Hollywood's crap like idiots.   If you have not pulled the plug on both then don't complain because they are the people doing this.

Thu, 05/23/2013 - 16:42 | 3593604 dizzyfingers
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"they are the people doing this"

I don't purchase from their sponsors.

Thu, 05/23/2013 - 16:59 | 3593663 Freddie
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Does not matter.  If you pay for cable or sat Tv - they divide your money up and every channel gets a piece of it.  MSNBC probably gets just under a dollar from you.  Ditto CNN and the others.  The elites control the thoughts or attitudes of the public with TV and Hollywood's shit.  F them.

Thu, 05/23/2013 - 18:20 | 3593857 Haole
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Your record is skipping Freddie.


Thu, 05/23/2013 - 16:54 | 3593647 WarriorClass
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Come on, Freddie, read the context.  The term only applies to "brain washed socialists" from Europe who come to the US with their self-righteous political correctness, i.e. Piers Morgan.  Someone like Nigel Farage would not be included.  As for TV and American movies, the biggest markets for these are outside the US.  I think you are projecting.

Thu, 05/23/2013 - 18:37 | 3593682 Overfed
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Pretty much spot-on. Except, the American Indians did get fucked pretty badly.

I gave it an uptick anyway.

Thu, 05/23/2013 - 17:25 | 3593749 honestann
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Good comment and I gave you thumbs up.  But let's be a little more precise, if you please.  Let's start with this statement.

Contrary to the current meme, our country was not founded by immigrants - it was founded by colonists that forged a new country out of the wilderness for themselves and their posterity.

The vast, vast, vast majority of people who came to the americas did not come here and "forge a new country out of wilderness for themselves and posterity".  They came to north america to forge a new life for themselves and their families, as individuals.

What happened, and what always happens, is some infintesimal percentage of a population are statists and decide they're going to "forge a colony" or "forge a nation".  And that is what happened in north america too.  As it turned out, these people were the least authoritarian statists the world has ever seen, but they were statists nonetheless.  How do we know?  Because they did not look at the history of the world, identify "states" and "authority" as the most destructive fictions created by humanity, and formally reject and ban them.  No, they established yet another fictional "state" and they established yet another fictional "authority".  Now, I'm perfectly happy to give some of those dudes (especially Jefferson) kudos for being more individualist than previous statists, but they were statists --- they established "colony" states, then they established the "nation" state.

So look at what actually happened.  To begin with, the americas were populated by a large number of tiny groups (now collectively called "Indians" or "Native Americans").  These groups were often structured like large families, and certainly not like modern nations.  The point being, you could move yourself and family away from the group and be completely independent, free, and not subject to the rules of any collective.

The original american statists (which were always a tiny, tiny, tiny percentage of the population) created and "formalized" fictitious "colonies", and then a fictitious "nation".  The fundamental problem with this approach should be obvious, but I'll say it because almost nobody today can see the obvious.  The fundamental problem is, the vast, vast, vast majority of individuals in the americas did not help draft, and did not sign the so-called "originating documents".

The presumption that a few dozen people can sit at a table, write a document that creates utterly fictional entities (colonies, states, nations) and authorities (president, congress, courts) that apply to the 99.9999% who had nothing to do with drafting or signing the document IS UTTERLY INSANE, AND UTTERLY CORRUPT.

The only ethical, legitimate and actual collaborations are voluntary.  To impose anything on anyone who did not voluntarily agree is inherently evil, corrupt, arbitrary, diabolical, uncivilized... and is pure, naked predatory aggression.

Which means, every single city, county, state, nation is absolute, completely pure fiction, utterly arbitrary, utterly corrupt, and is nothing more than a sith mind trick employed by human predators to control and consume their favorite prey.  Period.

It is easy to understand why people who grow up a few blocks from shopping malls do not have the same attitudes or understanding as people who moved into a wilderness, with only their own wits, actions, creativity and knowledge to keep them alive.  To expect modern man to have the same attitudes today is folly.  What is necessary is to identify and convey the fundamental facts that I outline above: that "organizations" literally do not exist (which is why they are called "fictitious entities" in fundamental law); that so-called "authority" and "titles" are pure fiction; and that involuntary human interactions are fundamentally unacceptable.

The problem is not "foreign people".  The problem is the failure to recognize fundamental facts of reality, including those itemized above, then identify all fictions created and force-fed by human predators, and exclude those fictions from application to human behavior.

Thu, 05/23/2013 - 17:34 | 3593769 knukles
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So lemme see here.
If the first folks off the boats from Europe weren't immigrants then they were conquers?  Or imperial forces?  Or, "settlers" meaning they were fascists taking the lands belonging to the American Native Denzin away from them?  Or just a plain invading army?

Shopping mall people.  Go with Black Eyed Children, Paranormal Phenomenon and Aliens (not the south of the border kind, neither)

Thu, 05/23/2013 - 17:43 | 3593791 honestann
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Please learn to think in terms of individuals.  Please!

The truth is...

Some of the first individuals off boats from elsewhere were "government agents" sent to pillage and collect intelligence for some predators-DBA-government "back home".

Some of the first individuals off boats from elsewhere were "individuals looking for a better life" by carving a farm out of the wilderness.

Some of the first individuals off boats from elsewhere were "religion agents" sent to convert natives to Christianity or some other insane authoritarian system (and steal their gold for the vatican).

Some of the first individuals...

Get the point?  You can't make a blanket statement and stay honest.  Individuals of many kinds came on the boat, and each had their own agendas.

Thu, 05/23/2013 - 22:32 | 3594542 knukles
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Doesn't matter why the came.
It's the actions they undertook when they arrived... genocide, war, extermination...
Matters not why they came.

Unless intentions justify the ends anymore than the ends justify the means..


My commet is not directed at you... merely the terrible state of mankind's condition and attempts to jsutify his false pride and lack of self worth with imaginary altruistic rubbish

Fri, 05/24/2013 - 03:03 | 3594978 Element
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Just today I watched yet another smart-arse conceited immigrant to Australia claiming multiculturalism was still, "only on paper", within Australia! This infuriating Indian moron then when on to say how there should be more (even more!) "ethnic" people on local TV, etc., but let's forget the salient fact that the vast majority of the population is European (mostly Anglo at that). She then basically said she'd like to make Australia into little-India. But let's also forget that India is such a fucked-up mess, and its culture such an abject failure that she and her family now live in Australia, and would not even consider abandoning Australia to go back to India, after living here.

And this is the problem with most of the loud-mouth idiot immigrants today. Most of them have not got either the guts, nor the baseline honesty to admit that the country, culture and society, which they came from, was and still is the very quintessence of crapulousness. If such immigrants had any brains, decency, sense of proportion and reality, they should shut-the-fuck-up and stop preaching their turgid tedious multicultural crap to us and quit demanding that we should all emulate the rancid filthy failure of a country-of-birth that they either outright-abandoned and then fucked-off away from, as fast as they could, or less crawled or slinked away from, in the dead of night, across a border, or on a boat.

Case in point: Malvika Mehta, Vice Chairman of the "Indian Executive Club", on ABC TV's "Business Today", broadcast this morning:

Now I'm no fan of any culture, or any country, let alone my own. I think they're all way-short of what we all need, now and in the near future. All are failures, but some countries are just much more obvious failures than the others. And I can't blame anyone if they didn't watch much of her carping BS above within that video link. She should be deported back to her imaginary Indian cultural paradise, as she'd obviously be much happier there, and live a far better life in general.

And we would all in fact be much happier if she left, and if everyone like her was told formally, openly, officially, loudly and very often to, "shutthefup, or else piss-off back to where you came from, you miserable fucking parasitic ingrate!".

Though that may be interpreted by some as insensitive.

"This [multicultural] approach has failed, utterly failed,"


- Angela Merkel 16th October 2010

No matter what you think of Merkel, that was a rare glimpse of what she really thinks, and she completely nailed it.


Fri, 05/24/2013 - 19:45 | 3597349 honestann
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Without a doubt mankind as a whole is an abject failure, and radically revolting, disgusting and irresponsible.  You'll get no argument out of me about that.

I think I implied it, but I didn't say it explicitly, so let me say what I believe all those individuals who got off the boat in the americas from the late 1400s onward should have done.  They should have noticed that people already lived on these continents (north and south america).  They should have observed how these peoples already organized themselves --- into "tribes" that were not exactly multi-generation extended families, but were the next step larger.  They should have noted that these tribes mostly left other tribes alone, most of the time, and that huge, mostly empty areas between tribes were essentially no-mans-land.

In other words, they had an extremely viable, extremely functional human organization on these continents when the gringos arrived and set up camps.  Why do I say that?  Because, for practical purposes, the organization was already set up to support individualists.  I don't know how common it was, but at least a small minority of ancient native american individualists [and sometimes their extended family] had fundamental disagreements with the tribe ways of doing things, and moved into any of the no-mans-land areas [with or without family], and lived a free and independent life.

The "new folks in town" (on the continents) therefore had a perfectly viable way to settle without creating any new governments --- pick some chunk of no-mans-land, move there, and set up camp, farm, village... and carve out their own independent existence.

And I'm sure a great many did just that.

If that is all the new folks in town did, life on earth, and especially life in the new world, would be unimaginably better today.  We can't even imagine how wonderful these continents would be today if the new folks and native folks interacted in exclusively voluntary, peaceful ways.  Oh, sure, there are always jerks in every group who cause trouble and get themselves killed and/or ostracized (even within any one group).  I'm talking overall here.

I don't think humans today can even imagine how healthy such a human organization is.  Many tribes/groups exist, and each does things in slightly to significantly different ways.  Call each an "experiment", because that's what they are.  Anyone can be part of the tribe/group/experiment they were born into, or they can go join another tribe/group/experiment, or they can create a new tribe/group/experiment, or they can strike out on their own [with their family].

That is the most perfectly healthy human organization I can imagine.

Okay, personally I'd prefer every tribe/group/experiment be a population of one individual, one family, or one extended family.  But hey, I'm a realist, and I understand that some humans are inherently too non-individualistic to become completely independent of a tribe.

My point was this.  The fundamental problem is this.  Some incredibly tiny group of 20 or 50 or 100 individuals set down at a table, drafted some document they all decided to sign and agree upon, but then made the same inherently corrupt, statist decision that all statists do --- decreed that everyone within some large geographical area were part of their agreement.

That is statism, that is slavery, and that is utter, large-scale corruption.  No matter how brilliant, and how well-meaning Thomas Jefferson and his gang of statists were, they made the same fundamental error that always thwarts the healthy development of mankind --- they created an inherently dishonest, inherently predatory fictional organization.  And they imposed it upon everyone within their arbitrary geographic area, as if they owned the entire freaking continents.  If that isn't delusion of grandeur, nothing is.  Furthermore, they knew perfectly well that human beings already existed, and already had their own form of organization, so they were establishing completely self-conscious assault and enslavement upon already existing individuals and their existing framework (which for all its problems and weaknesses was voluntary, because any individual could leave their tribe).

So honest individuals today have a serious intellectual problem.  They can talk all they want about how the "founders" of this predatory-authoritarian slave farm were "enlightened", but they still have to accept that they were statists, they were authoritarian, and they were [at least a mild form of] predators, and most importantly, they established the vehicle for the worst kind of predators to take control of in the future, which they have.

I'm sure much worse individuals than the founding fathers existed at that time, and certainly do today.  Nonetheless, those very few individuals are the original cause of the world-wide disaster of world-wide predatory authoritarianism we have today, which is quickly becoming a very sick, very nasty form of global predatory authoritarianism.

So let's be clear.  Most humans are jerks.  I think that's your point, and I agree completely.  I'm sure there were plenty of native american jerks too, but they didn't create the world-wide disaster we have today.  They were content with hundreds of tiny-scale tribes wandering the wilderness, which was an extremely viable if not optimal state of existence for human beings.  Not that they didn't have flaws on the individual and tribe level, but the point is, nothing that would take down mankind as a whole.  And my other point is, 99.9999% of the gringos who moved onto the continents (except employees of the british government) also did not attempt to create and impose any huge, statist, authoritarian disaster on the individuals of whole continents.

Only a few individuals did that, and the blame falls squarely on them, especially since they seemed to recognize the fact that only individuals can have authority over themselves, and that all non-voluntary human interactions are unjust, unethical are unsupportable.  And yet they created a system that was just the opposite.  Yes, I know they uttered phrases like "consent to be governed" and other great soundbites, but they did what they did, and they were extremely aware of world history.  And they were quite aware they were making new world history.

They knew they could organize to "kick out the statists" (the employees and agents of the crown) and declare that "we intend to fight against any and every attempt to create any new or large-scale statist fictions".  Instead, they kicked out the old statists, and created a new statism with the exact same fundamental flaws, namely the presumption that they could legitimately impose this organization on the vast majority of individuals who had absolutely nothing to do with their plans.  The vast majority of individuals were busy growing crops to stay alive, and performing other productive work.

That's how I see it.  As always, I'm ignoring all sorts of things in an attempt to zero in on the fundamental issue that "fundamentally changed everything", and led to the complete enslavement of mankind by the predators-that-be (predators-DBA-government, predators-DBA-huge-corporations, predators-DBA-central-banks).

I don't think every native american was or is perfect.  I don't think every gringo was or is perfect (almost just the opposite).  What I do think is that certain individuals, probably all of whom were gringos, arrived at an already populated continent and simply asserted that "all natives, all gringos, all humans are subject to a document a few of us wrote, and now intend to impose".

These jerks create endless utterly fictional boundaries (towns, counties, states, nations), create endless utterly fictional entities (governments, corporations), create endless utterly fictional authorities (president, congressjerk, judge, regulator, ad-infinitum)... and declare that every real, living, physical individual within their utterly fictional boundaries must obey whatever dictates their fictional authorities emit.

That is pure evil, and inherently and obviously so to any honest, thoughtful individual who takes the time to consider the events that actually happen on this planet.

There's no point in blaming whole population-segments for what a few dozen or a few hundred individuals did to create the current mess.  Those responsible in the 1700s and 1800s are well known.  Those responsible today are more numerous, but still well known or easy to identify.  And that's the point I keep trying to make.  There's no point to blaming "all gringos" or "all natives" or "all individuals who moved from one location on planet earth to another".

The only solution is to identify predators, and deal with them as predators of all species should properly be dealt with... with bullets and/or cages.

You are 100% correct to say that "what matters is what they did after they arrived".  But you are misguided to say "they" is "every gringo".  Who is responsible then, and who is responsible today is well known.  And the fundamentally egregious, diabolical, predatory actions they took are described in essence in this message.

Thu, 05/23/2013 - 18:48 | 3593961 acrabbe
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im a canadian ghanaian who immigrated to america 17 years ago bc his parents wanted to move from canada. i went to highschool and uni in the us of a. i lived in the us for 15 years. i sound like an american now, cant get rid ofthe accent. i left the US 2 years ago because i didnt feel safe. the xenophobia is overwhelming. your country is gone to shit. not just because of legal immigrants, but because of all of the other shit that is going on, mainly the vast manipulations of the entire population by your totally sociopathic and insane rulers, who are obviously not your government. america is currently the seat of global empire. an empire governed by absolute capitalists who would use their own children (because they have hundreds???) as pawns in a power-grab scheme in order to attain more leverage and come closer to the goal of absolute power. u have no idea where you are. you are patriotic but u forget u are an ant on the surface of a massive living rock flying through a netherverse in an environment u cannot begin to comprehend.

it's funny how half the people on ZH are just now realizing 911 was an inside job and the other half are highly sophisticated trolls who know exactly what the fuck they are doing. excuse any typos i am in the dark on more than a few shots of whisky.

by the way most of my friends are inthe us but i rarel go there now, even srrendered my greencard status bc i actually am not sure i would be able to get out if i came to visit. the place is nucking futs. seriously. twilight zone. 1984. bnw. alien deathcamp. etc etc... maybe im wrong? maybe this is all a dream? maybe u we are all fucked... im living out the last days in peace, harmony and truth. america isnt what it used to be and everyone there is being played for a fool in true absolute capitalist sociopathic international organized criminal fashion.


Fri, 05/24/2013 - 00:57 | 3594949 etresoi
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I could not have said it better.  This post assures me that some ZH readers know what to do, which is escape while you can.

I got out the day after Bush was elected.  When I arrived is Switzerland, I claimed political refugee status.  The Swiss thought I was joking.  Now, they regard me as prescient.

Thu, 05/23/2013 - 19:23 | 3593990 smacker
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"These brainwashed Eurotrash socialists and third world bottom-feeders have no history or tradition of natural rights, and in fact have never heard of the concept, or understand that the Constitution was an attempt to codify those natural God-given rights. They do not understand what our Founders understood..."


As a Brit, I second that. It causes me eternal frustration that Europeans have no concept nor understanding of genuine freedom, of government being a servant of the people, of there being a proper written constitution that articulates and limits the power of government, nor of a Bill of Rights acquired at birth. Europe has almost always been governed by corrupt wannabe despots who "grant" rights and privileges to their minions and cronies when necessary.

Fri, 05/24/2013 - 00:17 | 3594834 TNTARG
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Any immigrants on the list?

There were 11 President of the United States in the last 50 years from 2010. Below is the list of Presidents, followed by the years that they served. (To WHOM?)

  • The 34th President was Dwight D. Eisenhower (January 20, 1953 - January 20, 1961)
  • The 35th President was John F. Kennedy (January 20, 1961 - November 22, 1963)
  • The 36th President was Lyndon B. Johnson (November 22, 1963 - January 20, 1969)
  • The 37th President was Richard Nixon (January 20, 1969 - August 9, 1974)
  • The 38th President was Gerald Ford (August 9, 1974 - January 20, 1977)
  • The 39th President was Jimmy Carter (January 20, 1977 - January 20, 1981)
  • The 40th President was Ronald Reagan (January 20, 1981 - January 20, 1989)
  • The 41st President was George H. W. Bush (January 20, 1989 - January 20, 1993)
  • The 42nd President was Bill Clinton (January 20, 1993 - January 20, 2001)
  • The 43rd President was George W. Bush (January 20, 2001 - January 20, 2009)
  • The 44th President is Barack Obama. President Obama was in office from January 20, 2009 to the present (2010).

Inmigrants, here???

Fed's List of members of the Board of Governors

The current members of the Board of Governors are as follows:[56]

Commissioner Entered office[59] Term expires Ben Bernanke
(Chairman) February 1, 2006 January 31, 2020
January 31, 2014 (as Chairman) Janet Yellen
(Vice Chairman) October 4, 2010 January 31, 2024
October 4, 2014 (as Vice Chairman) Elizabeth A. Duke August 5, 2008 January 31, 2012 Daniel Tarullo January 28, 2009 January 31, 2022 Sarah Bloom Raskin October 4, 2010 January 31, 2016 Jerome H. Powell May 25, 2012 January 31, 2014 Jeremy C. Stein May 30, 2012 January 31, 2018

(Ah! You've 7 more Bernake's years!)

Wake up.

Thu, 05/23/2013 - 15:50 | 3593367 Confundido
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The arrival in the land of liberty, by Charles Chaplin (1917,  "The immigrant"):

Thu, 05/23/2013 - 15:51 | 3593370 DaveyJones
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where the government doesn't fear math...

Thu, 05/23/2013 - 15:53 | 3593371 optimator
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I have a friend that's visited me a few times from one of the former Soviet sattelites.  He tells me it was easier to visit the U.S. when he was coming from a Communist country then now when he's coming from a democracy that's a NATO country!

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