Updated News Digest April 30-May 2, 2010 3

“Marcuse Is Dead…And We Have Killed Him.” -Quagmire, ATS Reader

Spontaneous Order

AlternativeRight.Com Is Now Live!

Community Organizing and National-Anarchism presentation by Andrew Yeoman

Tribal Anarchism Video Series Parts One, Two, Three, Four

United Anarchism Vs United Nationism

Fall of the New World Order

The Tyranny of “Tolerance”

“Isn’t it ironic that the government can criminally charge citizens with ‘conspiracy’ (an agreement or a partnership, not an action), but when a citizen even mentions that there is ample evidence (provided by the government’s own documents) that the government can and does conspire to commit and does commit various felonies, they are mocked, vilified, and labeled as kooks?

When the government came for militia, I remained silent; I was not militia.
When they locked up the religious conservatives, I remained silent; I was an atheist.
When they came for the bloggers, I remained silent; I was not a blogger.
When they came for the Muslims, I remained silent; I was not Muslim. When the came for me, there was no one left to speak out.”

-Eli Cryderman

“There’s no difference between cops and outlaws.” -Kim Fowley

http://api.ning.com/files/5QdYyJH89aOQmdInbwretJIbrg0HAruFOKpqW1UrVpaRVJss1vx*9UXs*Fzrk8A-/ResistanceIsFertile.jpg

The future of radical politics is coalition among groups advocating positions the system simply cannot integrate – & therefore cannot co-opt.”

-Jeremy Weiland

Having received some of my childhood education in the USSR, I am now even more convinced that North American public schools + academia + MSM are infinitely more damaging as well as evil in their perceived benign ideology. Worse yet, in the latter case, the inside / outside paradigm simply does not exist.”

-Nina Kouprianova

“The worst that can happen under monarchy is rule by a single imbecile, but democracy often means the rule by an assembly of three or four hundred imbeciles.”

-Robert Anton Wilson, The Historical Illuminatus

The Tea Partiers: Revolutionary Phoniness by Paul Gottfried

Oklahoma Further Criminalizes Freedom of Association by William Norman Grigg

The Tea Party and Big Spending on War by Charles Pena

What Does the Arizona Immigration Law Really Say? by Pat Buchanan

South of the Border by Justin Raimondo

Reduce Immigration: End the War on Drugs by Anthony Gregory and Eric Garris

Immigration Law in Mexico by J. Michael Waller

Thinking Clearly About Immigration by James Leroy Wilson

Secession and Immigration: Who Should Be in Charge? by Russell Longcore

Modern Civilization: This Sucker Is Going Down by James Howard Kunstler

Papering the War Against Iran by Philip Giraldi

To the Tea Party: War and Liberty Are Not Fellow Travelers by Ivan Eland

Killer Cocktail: PTSD and Your Local Police by Kelley B. Vlahos

It’s Goldman World, We Just Live In It by Richard Spencer

Iraqi Secret Prisons: Taking a Cue from the United States by Thomas Eddlem

The Obama Administration and Indefinite Detention by Glenn Greenwald

On Collateral Murder and Stephen Colbert by David Henderson

War Propaganda from Afghanistan by Glenn Greenwald

Pat Tillman Film a Haunting Blindside by Bill Dwyre

Death Squads in Afghanistan by Francis Shor

The Military Occupation of Our Minds by Tom Hayden

The U.S. Threat to Latin America by Grace Livingstone

The Anti-Salt Gestapo by Walter Williams

Oppose Imperialism with Every Fiber of Your Being by Tom Woods

The Firepit Secession Movement by Michael Stetz

E.T., Stay Home by Fay Schlesinger

Soft Totalitarianism Attacks Amish Raw Milk by Mike Riggs

Imperial Crime and Complicity by Tim Case

I Am a Traitor, Communist, Nazi, and a Racist by James Bovard

No, Obama Is Not a Socialist by Ron Paul

The New Secessionists by Chris Hedges

Marijuana Freedom in the American West by Paul Armentano

Arizona Revolts by Ewen MacAskill

Christians Upset They Can’t Pray at Criminal Murder Syndicate by Laurence Vance

The Republican Party and Planned Parenthood by Laurence Vance

The Trial of Tonya Craft by Bill Anderson

Don’t Film a Cop Pointing a Gun at You by Karen De Coster

Gabriel Villareal: PIG Stalker

Anarcho-Leftoid Says Freedom Has Nothing to do with Voluntary Association and Private Property

Michael Medved’s Myths, Lies, and Downright Stupidity by Kevin Carson

Whose Country Is This? by Pat Buchanan

Chinese Acting Like 19th Century Americans: Americans Acting Like Utopian Ideologues by Pat Buchanan

In Defense of Freedom of Speech by Dennis Steele

The Prospects for Real Financial Reform Remain Remote by Andrew Cockburn

Marijuana Boom and Bust by Alexander Cockburn

How Washington Hooked Mexico on the Drug War by John Ross

Censoring the Decrease in Global Temperatures

A Dash of Tyranny by Stephanie Murphy

Can Ron Paul “Pull a Goldwater”? by David Paul Kuhn

The Battle of Britain by Justin Raimondo

Crippling, Crushing, and Suffocating Iran by Robert Dreyfuss

Obama, Nuclear Weapons, and the Future of the Planet by Helen Caldicott

Can You Disappear in the British Surveillance State? by Jean Paul Flintoff

“The Italians were called wops, the Jews were called hymies, I was of course a greaseball, and every Hispanic was a spic. Well, we all got along famously! It was rough, but it was fine.”

-Taki Theodoracopulos

“The “clash of civilizations” is, in a very literal sense, a clash of God and Mammon. The Islamic revolutionaries are driven by a fanatical devotion to their god and the promises they believe he has made to them if only they take up arms on his behalf. The nations of the West are driven by an almost as fanatical devotion to Mammon, that is, to wealth, luxury, power, pleasure and privilege. Further, the culture of the West combines this unabashedly materialist ethos with rejection of strength and discipline in favor of a maternalistic emphasis on health, safety, “sensitivity”, “self-esteem”, “potential”, “personal growth”, “getting in touch with one’s inner child”, “feelings” and other concepts common to pop culture psychobabble. Of course, the socio-cultural ramifications of this is to create a society of weaklings, mediocrities and crybabies.”

-Keith Preston

Life is war and conflict, struggle and strife, from conception till death…Never shall the lion lie down peacefully with the lamb…”

Why are those who espouse Univeral Love, Tolerance, and ‘Human Brotherhood,’ usually the most screwed up people you’ve ever met, socially and emotionally? Not to mention some of the nastiest and most self-centered narcissists around?”

-Chris Donnellan

“What You Believe is Not as Important as What You Do.”

-Andrew Yeoman

Audio Broadcasts

Alternative Right Radio

Antiwar Radio

Pentagon Wages War Against Enlisted Joshua Kors interviewed by Scott Horton

Ain’t Democracy Grand: The Iraqi Stalemate Jason Ditz interviewed by Scott Horton

States Revolt Against Federal Hegemony Michael Boldin interviewed by Lew Rockwell

The Corruption of Empire Mark Ames interviewed by Scott Horton

A Conversation About Race Craig Bodeker interviewed by Richard Spencer

A Nation of Sheep, Ruled by Wolves, Owned by Pigs

The Revolution Within Anarchism

Forty Years in the Wilderness?

Liberty and Populism: Building An Effective Resistance Movement for North America

Organizing the Urban Lumpenproletariat

National Anarchy and the American Idea

Don’t Talk to the Police

“The king is most wounded by ridicule.” -Thomas Hobbes

It Takes a Tribe! 12

Spot on analysis of the Tea Parties from Andrew Yeoman at AltRight.

What’s most surprised me about the Tea Party phenomenon is the vitriolic manner in which prominent social commentators have attacked the protestors. Noam Chomsky, for instance, recently dismissed the Tea Party as a “fascist” movement. Though unlike the current President in office, the Tea Party isn’t demanding more government control over healthcare, the economy, and our daily lives.

Politically speaking, it would be far wiser for libertarian-minded and antiwar people to get behind the Tea Party. Same for Left wing anarchists who — despite what they call themselves — are against the Tea Party’s call for less taxes and less government.

At any rate, the best thing the Tea Party has done has been to provoke the “culture warriors” of the Establishment to show their true partisan colors. Eventually, Tea Party activists will notice who is consistently on their side and who is against them.

Updated News Digest April 23-25, 2010 Reply

“Marcuse Is Dead…And We Have Killed Him.” -Quagmire, ATS Reader

Spontaneous Order

AlternativeRight.Com Is Now Live!

Community Organizing and National-Anarchism presentation by Andrew Yeoman

Tribal Anarchism Video Series Parts One, Two, Three, Four

United Anarchism Vs United Nationism

Fall of the New World Order

The Tyranny of “Tolerance”

“Isn’t it ironic that the government can criminally charge citizens with ‘conspiracy’ (an agreement or a partnership, not an action), but when a citizen even mentions that there is ample evidence (provided by the government’s own documents) that the government can and does conspire to commit and does commit various felonies, they are mocked, vilified, and labeled as kooks?

When the government came for militia, I remained silent; I was not militia.
When they locked up the religious conservatives, I remained silent; I was an atheist.
When they came for the bloggers, I remained silent; I was not a blogger.
When they came for the Muslims, I remained silent; I was not Muslim. When the came for me, there was no one left to speak out.”

-Eli Cryderman

“There’s no difference between cops and outlaws.” -Kim Fowley

The Scam of U.S. Foreign Policy by Justin Raimondo

Nobel Peace Prize Recipient Prepares the World for War Against Iran by Thomas Naylor

The Lethal Hypocrisy of the State by James Bovard

Populism, Left and Right by Justin Raimondo

Watch What You Say by Kevin Carson

“Free Markets” Means Welfare Is Only for Rich People by Kevin Carson

The Tea Party as False Flag by Maury2K

Antifa as Controlled Opposition by Maury2K

Zombie Radicals by Maury2K

Is the Vermont Secession Movement the Most Radical Political Movement in the History of the United States? by Thomas Naylor

The Real Socialist Threat is the Military by Christopher Ketcham

Why Obama’s Middle East Peace Plan Will Fail? by Jefferson Chase

Death By Imperial Profile by David Swanson

KGB Cops by William Norman Grigg

Boston PIGS “Preserve and Protect”-Their Money by Christopher Manion

Crowd Attacks PIG Car in Kalamazoo

Are Large, Cosmopolitan Cities Havens of Tolerance? by James J. O’Meara

Public Trust in Government at an All-Time Low from The Wall Street Journal

Demonizing Iran: U.S. Media Calls for Mass Murder by Dave Lindorff

Obama and Cheney Have Been the Answer to the Jihadists’ Dreams by Jack Hunter

Israel First by Philip Giraldi

“Defense” Spending: It’s Worse Than You Think by Robert Higgs

Democracy: The God That Is Still Failing by Simon Jenkins

In Defense of Sedition by Tom DiLorenzo

The New Brown Scare by Anthony Gregory

$PLC Publishes Hit List by Chuck Baldwin

A New Tribe Rising? by Pat Buchanan

On Loyalty by Andrew Yeoman

Greetings and Introduction by Andrew Yeoman

Unprincipled Conservatism II by Jeremy Weiland

The Future of AltRight by Richard Spencer

A Real Criminal Conspiracy by James Leroy Wilson

Localize and Virtualize by John Robb

The Lesson of Carl Schmitt by Guillaume Faye and Robert Steuckers Part 2 Part 3

Thoughts on the Death State by Arthur Silber

Wall Street’s Bad Dream by Andrew Cockburn

Statism: The Real Opiate of the Masses by Eric Englund

The Greyhound Station Gulag by William Norman Grigg

The Next Recession Will Be Much Worse by Ee Sing Wong

Become a Sovereign Individual by Helio Beltrao

The Answer Is Decentralism by Scott Lazarowitz

End the Insanity of the War on Drugs by Ron Paul

The Mark of the Beast? by John Whitehead

The State’s New Lifestyle Demons: Tanning and Salt by Karen De Coster

Does God Subcontract to the Military? by Laurence Vance

The Late, Great George Carlin on Saving the Planet by David Kramer

Totalitarian Humanism in France by David Kramer

An Open Letter of Reconciliation and Responsibility to the Iraqi People

Let Korea Take Care of the Koreans by Doug Bandow

Bill Clinton’s Massacres and Terrorist Blowback by Jacob Hornberger

Disaster Utopianism by Jesse Walker

Anarchy as an Alternative? by Dante Graves

Are You an Anti-Semite? by Vijay Prashad

The Psychiatric Drugging of Children by Evelyn Pringle

The Psychiatric Drugging of Infants and Toddlers by Evelyn Pringle

Do We Have a Country to Conserve? by S.L. Toddard

Rot in Hell, Daryl Gates by Dave Lindorff

The War on South African Whites by Ilana Mercer

Captive Minds: The Domestication of the Conservative Movement by Joseph Kay

Bisexual Men Sue Gay Group, Claim Bias by Janet I. Tu

High Noon in Nepal by Jed Brandt

“The Italians were called wops, the Jews were called hymies, I was of course a greaseball, and every Hispanic was a spic. Well, we all got along famously! It was rough, but it was fine.”

-Taki Theodoracopulos

“The “clash of civilizations” is, in a very literal sense, a clash of God and Mammon. The Islamic revolutionaries are driven by a fanatical devotion to their god and the promises they believe he has made to them if only they take up arms on his behalf. The nations of the West are driven by an almost as fanatical devotion to Mammon, that is, to wealth, luxury, power, pleasure and privilege. Further, the culture of the West combines this unabashedly materialist ethos with rejection of strength and discipline in favor of a maternalistic emphasis on health, safety, “sensitivity”, “self-esteem”, “potential”, “personal growth”, “getting in touch with one’s inner child”, “feelings” and other concepts common to pop culture psychobabble. Of course, the socio-cultural ramifications of this is to create a society of weaklings, mediocrities and crybabies.”

-Keith Preston

Mohammed’s Radio by Warren Zevon

Heroin by The Velvet Underground

Whores by Jane’s Addiction

Saints In Hell by Judas Priest

Life is war and conflict, struggle and strife, from conception till death…Never shall the lion lie down peacefully with the lamb…”

Why are those who espouse Univeral Love, Tolerance, and ‘Human Brotherhood,’ usually the most screwed up people you’ve ever met, socially and emotionally? Not to mention some of the nastiest and most self-centered narcissists around?”

-Chris Donnellan

“What You Believe is Not as Important as What You Do.”

-Andrew Yeoman

Audio Broadcasts

Alternative Right Radio

Antiwar Radio

Central Banking and Empire Lew Rockwell interviewed by Scott Horton

Venezuela and Syria Against the New World Order by Matthew Raphael Johnson

Capitalism and Communism; The State vs the People E. Christian Kopff interviewed by Tom Sunic

A Nation of Sheep, Ruled by Wolves, Owned by Pigs

The Revolution Within Anarchism

Forty Years in the Wilderness?

Liberty and Populism: Building An Effective Resistance Movement for North America

Organizing the Urban Lumpenproletariat

National Anarchy and the American Idea

Don’t Talk to the Police

“The king is most wounded by ridicule.” -Thomas Hobbes

Most Tea Partiers Support the American Empire 4

So says an informal poll from the Code Pink ladies.

This is about what I would have expected. But there’s some light:

The 15 people who wanted to dismantle the web of foreign military bases included Josh Little, a college student from Alexandria, Virginia. Josh said that his grandfather helped overthrow Hitler, but that was 60 years ago and it was high time for us to leave Germany. “I’d say the same for Japan, Korea and all of Europe. They can take care of themselves.”

One of the most sophisticated people I talked to all day was 22-year-old college student Andrew Barth from College Park, Maryland. “The hawks represent the old guard — so do both the Republican and the Democratic parties. With a few exceptions, they all love war and empire. But a small-government movement worth its salt can’t just be anti-Washington, it has to be anti-empire. If not, I’m outta here.”

It sounds like the younger generation of right-wing radicals needs a new home. Here we are.

Chomsky's Slide Into Reactionary Liberalism Continues 16

“I have never seen anything like this in my lifetime,” Chomsky added. “I am old enough to remember the 1930s. My whole family was unemployed. There were far more desperate conditions than today. But it was hopeful. People had hope. The CIO was organizing. No one wants to say it anymore but the Communist Party was the spearhead for labor and civil rights organizing. Even things like giving my unemployed seamstress aunt a week in the country. It was a life. There is nothing like that now. The mood of the country is frightening. The level of anger, frustration and hatred of institutions is not organized in a constructive way. It is going off into self-destructive fantasies.”

Umm, excuse me, but since when does an anarchist get upset about “hatred of institutions”? And how in God’s name do the Tea Party dullards and Rush Limbaugh fans compare to the upheaval’s of the 60s? Those years included regular armed combat between the police and the Black Panthers, violent street fights between cops and student protesters, seizure of the grounds of major university campuses like Columbia and Yale by student rebels, gunning down student protesters by the National Guard at Kent State, assassinations of major public officials like the Kennedys and King, the Weathermen bombing the Capitol building in D.C., vigilante killings of civil rights protesters by the KKK, tens of thousands of Americans killed in Vietnam, antiwar protests with hundreds of thousands of marchers, COINTELPRO, assassination of radical leaders like Fred Hampton by the FBI, assassinations of cops by black militants, and too much more to mention.

I would agree with Chomsky that today the vanguard of militant protest has moved from the far Left to the far Right, which is why I’ve made a similar move throughout my radical career. Has Noam ever considered that maybe there’s a good reason for that? That maybe the Left and liberalism has become a reactionary force? That maybe there are issues that the Left is worthless on and does not address? Noam is starting sound a lot like right-wing conservatives talking about the antiwar movement in the 60s, and damn if Chomsky’s rhetoric doesn’t sound a lot like Bill Clinton.

Enemies of the State Reply

Good piece on AltRight today from Richard Spencer.

I posted this response, which is in the same vein as some of my other recent comments here:

“…there have certainly been “red scares” in the past, and “Islamic extremists” are on the loose, but the state’s enemies du jour are caricatures of traditionalist Middle Americans. “

I think much of this can be explained by the fact that as traditional forms of out-group hostility (the usual laundry list of isms, archies, and phobias) have become more and more socially unacceptable and politically taboo, the state has had to find new targets in its perpetual quest for self-expansion. The most easy targets are those groups who are unpopular with educated, affluent liberals and the cultural and intellectual elite: religious fundamentalists, “racists,” bizarre cults, gun nuts, poor whites, Southerners, rednecks, supposed “anti-Semites,” on down the line, perhaps intertwined with more conventional outgroups who never made it onto the Left’s Pantheon of the Oppressed: drug users, prostitutes, poor blacks (as opposed to the Obama carbon-copies that liberals prefer). Essentially, these kinds of groups comprise what amounts to “the new niggers” in the eyes of the liberal establishment.

Race and Drugs 2

Greg Johnson of The Occidental Quarterly has an interesting piece on drug legalization from a white nationalist perspective. Read it here.

It really sinks in what a scam the War on Drugs really is when even the “fascists” see through it. I’ve seen similar comments in the past from such figures as Tom Metzger and Gary “stone homos to death” North.

The drug war is one of those issues that really demonstrates the insincerity of liberalism. Many people are inclined to think of drug prohibition as a conservative, law and order project rooted in the values of religious puritanism.  That is not really the case. Drug prohibition has its roots in the “progressive” era of American politics, as did alcohol prohibition, and liberals have often been the most vocal supporters of the drug war. Liberal politicians like the late Tip O’Neill and Joe Biden authored some of the most onerous drug war legislation of the 1980s, and liberal New Yorkers like Charlie Rangel and Charles Schumer have been staunch drug warriors.

The Left likes to pride itself on its defense of traditional outgroups: blacks, Jews, Catholics, immigrants, gays, feminists, transexuals, on down the line. Users of those drugs disapproved of by the cultural majority (marijuana, cocaine, heroin, LSD, etc. as opposed to alcohol, nicotine, prozac, and valium) certainly fall into this category. But for some odd reason drug users never really found their way into liberalism’s Pantheon of the Oppressed, the occasional left-libertarian, ACLU-type not withstanding.

Rarely does the Left raise this issue unless it can get some racial mileage out of it, e.g. by pointing out the racial disparity in drug arrests and rates of imprisonment. To be sure, there is no policy currently being pursued by the American regime that is more harmful to black Americans than the drug war. Yet, it is incorrect to understand the drug war in terms of race. First, there is the obvious feature that it is just as illegal for whites to use certain drugs as it is for the various racial minorities, and there are certainly plenty of whites in jail or prison today for drug “offenses.” Secondly, it makes no sense that in a society where open expressions of racism have become the ultimate sin that the drug war would be waged solely for the purpose of persecuting blacks.

A more reasonable explanation for the drug war is that as certain kinds of  traditional out-group hostilities have become less and less socially and politically acceptable, the state has had to intensify its attacks on other groups. This has been particularly true as the state has sought to radically expand its policing powers in recent decades. An interesting irony is that despite the Left’s persistent hysteria over “fascism” one of the policies currently being pursued by the American state that most closely resembles stereotypical fascism is one that the Left has been utterly useless in opposing. If the Left took its “anti-fascist” rhetoric seriously it would be shooting state agents dead in the streets and conducting liberatory raids on prisons. That’s how real revolutionaries do it.

Of course, the solution to the drug war, like the solution to most other social and political problems, is simple separatism. Divide the United States into a mosaic of the contemporary equivalent of “dry” and “wet” counties: West Amsterdam for the druggies, New Geneva for the prohibitionists.

Anarchy Versus Libertarianism 8

Hat tip to TGGP for digging up this old blog post from David Friedman.

What I have often found the most bewildering about many anarchists is their rather naive presumption that the specific institutions they claim preference for will necessarily produce the results they want.

Most anarchists of the Left claim to prefer some kind of “direct democracy” of the New England town meeting variety. But when the town meetings of New England had real force the results were that of a Calvinist theocracy-not exactly a manifestation of the left-anarchist ideal.

Anarcho-capitalists favor institutions that are completely privatized: private police, private courts, private law, private prisons. Otherwise known as feudalism. One can just imagine systems of private police and private law pitting pro-lifers against abortionists, Muslims against Christians, blacks against whites, “Aryans” against Jews, feminazis against misogynists, and so forth.

It was after studying anarchist theory for a number of years and coming to understand the weaknesses of these approaches that I came to fully embrace the pan-separatist or anarcho-pluralist outlook. Ultimately, the only way to achieve peace between forces with irreconcilable differences is through territorial and institutional separation. Otherwise, a strong arm state is needed to prevent society at large from degenerating into warring factions. Of course, some anarchists argue that the solution is to maintain a cultural foundation that is conducive to one’s preferred form of “anarchy.” For instance, left-anarchists will insist that the way to avoid having direct democracy degenerate into theocracy is the development of a culture that rejects “hierarchy,” which is more or less a euphemism for the usual laundry list of Isms and Phobias. But the flaw in this approach is its universalism. Otherness is inevitable, as the intra-left-anarchist race war that transpired between Anarchist People of Color and Crimethinc a while back illustrates. Here we had the edifying spectacle of blindly fanatical anti-racist, anarchist, people of color engaged in open combat (fortunately non-lethal, so far) with blindly fanatical anti-racist, anarchist, people of non-color (un-color?). Can we assume that following the anarcho-leftoid revolution the various ethnic factions will start attacking each other with their respective “Smash Racism” signs?

Updated News Digest April 16-18, 2010 Reply

“Marcuse Is Dead…And We Have Killed Him.” -Quagmire, ATS Reader

Spontaneous Order

AlternativeRight.Com Is Now Live!

Community Organizing and National-Anarchism presentation by Andrew Yeoman

Tribal Anarchism Video Series Parts One, Two, Three, Four

United Anarchism Vs United Nationism

Fall of the New World Order

The Tyranny of “Tolerance”

“Isn’t it ironic that the government can criminally charge citizens with ‘conspiracy’ (an agreement or a partnership, not an action), but when a citizen even mentions that there is ample evidence (provided by the government’s own documents) that the government can and does conspire to commit and does commit various felonies, they are mocked, vilified, and labeled as kooks?

When the government came for militia, I remained silent; I was not militia.
When they locked up the religious conservatives, I remained silent; I was an atheist.
When they came for the bloggers, I remained silent; I was not a blogger.
When they came for the Muslims, I remained silent; I was not Muslim. When the came for me, there was no one left to speak out.”

-Eli Cryderman

Left and Right Against War by Paul Buhle

Left and Right: Prospects for Peace symposium from The American Conservative

In Defense of Sedition by Thomas Knapp

The Global War on Tribes by Zoltan Grossman

Where Your Taxes Go by David Lindorff

Interview: Sebastian Ernst Ronin of the Renaissance Party of North America by Brett Stevens

Be Afraid of Criminals; Be Very Afraid of “Good Citizens by Kevin Carson

Lawrence Wilkerson Demolishes Lies About Guantanamo by Andy Worthington

The Obama Doctrine: Kill, Don’t Retain by Asim Qureshi

Liberals Smear Wikileaks by Justin Raimondo

Obama’s Nuclear Achievements: Less Than Meets the Eye by Ivan Eland

Dr. Strangelove, Made in Israel by Philip Giraldi

The Pentagon’s Cult of Killing by Chris Floyd

Iraq: Seven Years of Occupation by Raed Jarrar

Kissinger’s Role in Operation Condor by Jacob Hornberger

The Ron Paul Moment by Justin Raimondo

The Bush Secrecy Legacy by James Bovard

U.S. Military Expands in Latin America by Alex Newman

Collateral Damage Denialism by Matthew Yglesias

Remembering Iraq by Andrew Bacevich

America and the Dictators by Alfred W. McCoy and Tom Engelhardt

There’s a Political Earthquake Coming by Gary North

Corporate Welfare Queen Kills 25 by Kevin Carson

The Black Death by Ralph Nader

Avoiding Collapse by John Robb

The Financial Oligarchy Tax by John Robb

Opium, the CIA, and Afghanistan by Peter Dale Scott

Counterfeit Money, Counterfeit History by Ryan McMaken

Karzai: The Puppet Tries to Cut His Strings by Eric Margolis

Seven More States Join the Fight for Gun Rights by Robert Gehrke

Sedition Purges: Past, Present, and Future by William Norman Grigg

Libertarians: Left, Right, or Unique? by Walter Block

Widespread Economic Misery for Most People Ahead by Peter Schiff

Inflationary Depression, Collapse, Civil Unrest by Mark Lutter

Conservatives Love the Empire by Andrew McLemore

Our Totalitarian Future by David Calderwood

How Political Labels Divide Us by Stuart Bramhall

Anarchism Is About Taking Responsibility by Francois Tremblay

Ten Rules for Dealing with Police by Radley Balko

The End of Jack Welch Capitalism by Bill Waddell

Drug Legalization in the White Republic by Greg Johnson

Man Commits Suicide Over Racism Accusation by Kevin DeAnna

Government Acknowledges Secret Prisons for “Domestic Terrorists,” Proposes Making Them Permanent by Will Potter

Confront Ambassador Oren, Free Palestine! by Infoshop.Org

The Case of the Decoy Prom by Julie Hilden

The Looming European Debt Wars by Michael Hudson

Will WaMu Pay for Its Crimes? by Mike Whitney

“America Will Collapse Into Anarchy and Violent Civil Unrest”

Special Army Unit Ready to Be Deployed on American Soil Just Before Elections

Pornographic Magazine for the Blind Launched (??????)

Lost Middle-Class Tribe’s Secret Village in Wales by Luke Salkeld

The Myth of “Judeo-Christian” Values by Paul Gottfried

Could Ron Paul Win? by Richard Spencer

More Powerful Than Armies by Lew Rockwell

Rise of the CIA Conservatives  by Murray Rothbard

The Causes of the Collapse of the American Empire by Elisheva Wiriaatmadja

The Dictator-Presidency by David Gordon

Anarcho-Leftoids Versus the Tea Parties: They Deserve Each Other from Infoshop.Org

“The Italians were called wops, the Jews were called hymies, I was of course a greaseball, and every Hispanic was a spic. Well, we all got along famously! It was rough, but it was fine.”

                                                                                              -Taki Theodoracopulos

“The “clash of civilizations” is, in a very literal sense, a clash of God and Mammon. The Islamic revolutionaries are driven by a fanatical devotion to their god and the promises they believe he has made to them if only they take up arms on his behalf. The nations of the West are driven by an almost as fanatical devotion to Mammon, that is, to wealth, luxury, power, pleasure and privilege. Further, the culture of the West combines this unabashedly materialist ethos with rejection of strength and discipline in favor of a maternalistic emphasis on health, safety, “sensitivity”, “self-esteem”, “potential”, “personal growth”, “getting in touch with one’s inner child”, “feelings” and other concepts common to pop culture psychobabble. Of course, the socio-cultural ramifications of this is to create a society of weaklings, mediocrities and crybabies.”

                                                                                                                 -Keith Preston

Christian Woman by Type O Negative (R.I.P. Peter)

When I Die by G.G. Allin

Carmelita by G.G. Allin

Roland the Headless Thompson Gunner by Warren Zevon (R.I.P.)

Genius by Warren Zevon

Mutineer by Warren Zevon

Cherry Bomb by The Runaways

Fox on the Run by Sweet

How Does It Feel? by Medicine Head

Alright Alright Alright by Mungo Jerry

She by Kiss

Teen Archer by Blue Oyster Cult

Breadfan by Budgie

Willie, Waylon, and Me by David Allan Coe

Don’t Bite the Dick by David Allan Coe

Life is war and conflict, struggle and strife, from conception till death…Never shall the lion lie down peacefully with the lamb…”

Why are those who espouse Univeral Love, Tolerance, and ‘Human Brotherhood,’ usually the most screwed up people you’ve ever met, socially and emotionally? Not to mention some of the nastiest and most self-centered narcissists around?”

                                                                                                            -Chris Donnellan

“What You Believe is Not as Important as What You Do.”

                                                                                                          -Andrew Yeoman

Audio Broadcasts

Alternative Right Radio

Antiwar Radio

Gore Vidal on the U.S. Empire 

PIGS Viciously Attack Innocent Man
Revolting Against the Modern World E. Christian Kopff interviewed by Tomislav Sunic

Israel’s Pentagon Papers Jason Ditz interviewed by Scott Horton

The Coming Collapse of the Middle Class by Elizabeth Warren

A Nation of Sheep, Ruled by Wolves, Owned by Pigs

The Revolution Within Anarchism

Forty Years in the Wilderness?

Liberty and Populism: Building An Effective Resistance Movement for North America

Organizing the Urban Lumpenproletariat

National Anarchy and the American Idea

Don’t Talk to the Police

“The king is most wounded by ridicule.” -Thomas Hobbes

Up With Anarchy! 4

Great piece from Richard Spencer. It’s interesting that Richard understands what ninety-seven percent of the self-proclaimed “anarchists” I have met in twenty plus years of studying anarchist movements do not understand, i.e. that the removal of an over-arching state system that imposes a uniform value system will result in the proliferation of subsystems representing a wide plurality of values.

I also suspect that Richard is right that collapse of the U.S. state at present with no alternative plan might well produce a “Mad Max” scenario. The state has wiped out, co-opted or otherwise weakened virtually all contending institutions that might step in to fill the void. Collapse of the state might well produce a New Orleans 2005 or Los Angeles 1992 kind of scenario. This prospect makes the building of alternative infrastructure all the more important.

Updated News Digest April 9-11, 2010 1

“Marcuse Is Dead…And We Have Killed Him.” -Quagmire, ATS Reader

Spontaneous Order-NEW VIDEO!

AlternativeRight.Com Is Now Live!

Community Organizing and National-Anarchism presentation by Andrew Yeoman

Tribal Anarchism Video Series Parts One, Two, Three, Four

United Anarchism Vs United Nationism

Fall of the New World Order

The Tyranny of “Tolerance”

“Isn’t it ironic that the government can criminally charge citizens with ‘conspiracy’ (an agreement or a partnership, not an action), but when a citizen even mentions that there is ample evidence (provided by the government’s own documents) that the government can and does conspire to commit and does commit various felonies, they are mocked, vilified, and labeled as kooks?

When the government came for militia, I remained silent; I was not militia.
When they locked up the religious conservatives, I remained silent; I was an atheist.
When they came for the bloggers, I remained silent; I was not a blogger.
When they came for the Muslims, I remained silent; I was not Muslim. When the came for me, there was no one left to speak out.”

                                                                                                 -Eli Cryderman

If This Be Sedition, Make the Most of It by Kevin Carson

A Coming Berlin Wall Moment by James Leroy Wilson

R.I.P. Malcolm McLaren by Dave Itzkoff

Iraq War Vet: “We Were Told to Just Shoot People” by Dahr Jamail

“From a civil libertarian point of view, we’re in a much worse place than we were during the Bush administration…” 

Mass Murder As Routine by Justin Raimondo

Iraq Slaughter Not an Aberration by Glenn Greenwald

Terrorism Is Not an “Existential Threat by Gene Healy

Let’s Get Our Own Foreign Policy House in Order Before Criticizing Others by Ivan Eland

Everything the State Says Is a Lie by Jacob Huebert

Anarcho-Distributism by Daniel McCarthy

It’s Time to Part Company by Walter Williams

The New Intolerance by Pat Buchanan

They Were Just Following Orders by Laurence Vance

The Government Is One Giant Cult by Phil Maymin

The Art of Not Being Ruled by Drake Bennett

Killing the Spirit of Learning by Gary North

The Manufactured Menace from Michigan by William Norman Grigg

The Republican Party: A Criminal Organization by Butler Shaffer

The Roots of Totalitarian Humanism? by Murray Rothbard

Congress Is a Criminal Syndicate by Gerald Celente

The Coming Dictatorship by Robert Ringer

The Cover-Ups That Exploded by Alexander Cockburn

The Losing Battle Against National Self-Determination by Mark Weisbrot

Richard Holbrooke: A Bulldozer Stuck in the Mud by Kelley B. Vlahos

Back to Kyrgyzstan by Justin Raimondo

How Brainy Is Obama? by Alan Bock

Nuking the Mullahs by Philip Giraldi

“Two, Three, Many Afghanistans” by Michael T. Klare

Blowback: The Lessons of the Moscow Bombings for America by Doug Bandow

The Ivy League Hates Nullification by Tom Woods

Helping Us to Death by William Norman Grigg

A Really Dangerous Militia by Laurie Roth

Winter of Our Discontent Is Over-Now What? by Maury2K

Tea Party Keeps Missing the Point by Maury2K

The Three Horsemen of the Global Depression by John Robb

Primary Loyalties  by John Robb

Mexico’s Mercado of Violence Heats Up by John Robb

Really Sorry by Andrew Bacevich

Democracy Delusion by Peter Hitchens

Justin Raimondo on the Beltway Libertarian Attack by Lew Rockwell

Immigration and the SPLC by Carol Swain (Part 2 here)

The Church of Morris Dees by Ken Silverstein

Who Killed the Miners? Profits Over Safety? by Jeff Biggers

The Hutaree Militia Raid by Chuck Baldwin

Vermont Secessionist Candidate Arrested at Gubernatorial Debate

I Discriminate Against Ex-Soldiers by Karl Winn

Confessions of an Al-Jazeera Fan by Stuart Bramhall

Obama’s Totalitarian National Biometric ID by Alex Newman

Bootleggers and Baptists in California by Matthew Yglesias

The Case of the Topless Teenager by Julie Hilden

Hot Chicks Who Rock by Kim Nicolini

Portland School Issue Hug Ban by Karen DeCoster

The Pot Calling the Kettle Racist by David Kramer

Prosecutorial Misconduct and the Trial of Tonya Craft by Bill Anderson

Costs Too High to Send 600 Lb. Man to Jail for Stealing Junk Food 

Works Sucks! by Francois Tremblay

Florida Students Protest PIG Shooting of Graduate Student from Infoshop.Org

The Global Economic Crisis: Riots, Rebellion, and Revolution by Andrew Gavin Marshall

Strategic Perspective on Taliban Warfare by Ehsan Mehmood Khan

Subverting Freedom by James Bovard

Fallujah’s Sick Babies by William Blum

Welcome to Obama’s War by Dave Lindorff

Why I Am a Muslim by Charles R. Larson

American Indians Enslaved by the Federal Government by David Kramer

Markets Versus Free Markets by Anna Morgenstern

Our Beautiful Laundrettes by Thomas Knapp

Reformist Political Action as a Diversion, Part Three by Kevin Carson

Collateral Pentagon by Pete Escobar

Imperial Troubles in Afghanistan and Iraq by Jacob Hornberger

Palestinian Aspirations Are Clear, But What Does Israel Want? by Gideon Levy

Human Rights Hypocrisies by Saul Landau

Carl Schmitt’s The Concept of the Political by Michael O’Meara

Canada Grants White South African Refugee Status by Carly Laird

The End of Mexico? by Zenpundit

Mexico Drug Gangs Turn Weapons on Army by Tracy Wilkinson

The Utah War 

“The Italians were called wops, the Jews were called hymies, I was of course a greaseball, and every Hispanic was a spic. Well, we all got along famously! It was rough, but it was fine.”

                                                                                  -Taki Theodoracopulos

“The “clash of civilizations” is, in a very literal sense, a clash of God and Mammon. The Islamic revolutionaries are driven by a fanatical devotion to their god and the promises they believe he has made to them if only they take up arms on his behalf. The nations of the West are driven by an almost as fanatical devotion to Mammon, that is, to wealth, luxury, power, pleasure and privilege. Further, the culture of the West combines this unabashedly materialist ethos with rejection of strength and discipline in favor of a maternalistic emphasis on health, safety, “sensitivity”, “self-esteem”, “potential”, “personal growth”, “getting in touch with one’s inner child”, “feelings” and other concepts common to pop culture psychobabble. Of course, the socio-cultural ramifications of this is to create a society of weaklings, mediocrities and crybabies.”

                                                                                                             -Keith Preston

Sweat Loaf by The Butthole Surfers

I Saw an X-Ray Girl Passing Gas by The Butthole Surfers

Creep In the Cellar by The Butthole Surfers

God Damn the Sun by The Swans

Always Near You/Nowhere to Hide by Gene Simmons

Great White Buffalo  by Ted Nugent and the Amboy Dukes

Strong Enough to Be Gentle by Black Oak Arkansas

Life is war and conflict, struggle and strife, from conception till death…Never shall the lion lie down peacefully with the lamb…”

Why are those who espouse Univeral Love, Tolerance, and ‘Human Brotherhood,’ usually the most screwed up people you’ve ever met, socially and emotionally? Not to mention some of the nastiest and most self-centered narcissists around?”

                                                                                                          -Chris Donnellan

“What You Believe is Not as Important as What You Do.”

                                                                                                          -Andrew Yeoman

Audio Broadcasts

Occupation Causes Suicide Terrorism Robert Pape interviewed by Scott Horton

Identity Politics in the U.S., Part Two Kevin MacDonald interviewed by Tom Sunic

The Moscow Metro Bombings Matthew Raphael Johnson interviewed by Mark Glenn

A Nation of Sheep, Ruled by Wolves, Owned by Pigs

The Revolution Within Anarchism

Forty Years in the Wilderness?

Liberty and Populism: Building An Effective Resistance Movement for North America

Organizing the Urban Lumpenproletariat

National Anarchy and the American Idea

Don’t Talk to the Police

“The king is most wounded by ridicule.” -Thomas Hobbes

Improved Gadsden Flag - DONT TREAD ON ANYONE

Free Sex With Coupon

Anarchism of the Right 11

My latest post at AlternativeRight. Also, check out the feature on Andrew Yeoman and BANA.

It’s an interesting coincidence that these two posts ended up appearing at the same time. I put up my post, and then a few minutes later the BANA piece showed up. The two features complement each other fairly well, as mine is a more abstract, theoretical piece, while the interview with Andrew brings it all down to earth and discusses its practical implications for day to day life, and in a somewhat personalized way.

The Gentlest of All Political Systems 1

This interview with Doug Casey isn’t a bad elementary level introduction to anarchism as a political philosophy. Some highlights and minor quibbles:

If people aren’t open-minded enough to even consider an alternative view, they’re their own worst problem, not my ideas. In point of fact, anarchism is the gentlest of all political systems. It contemplates no institutionalized coercion. It’s the watercourse way, where everything is allowed to rise or fall naturally to its own level.

I have a problem with referring to anarchism as “gentle”. That may be true in the sense that anarchism (properly understood) does not advocate oppressing anyone, except aspiring tyrants, buy the label of “gentle” has pacifistic implications which are not necessarily a part of anarchism. As Pareto said, he who becomes a sheep will be devoured by the wolves. If indeed the Zomia region of Asia is a functioning quasi-anarchy, no doubt its success at self-preservation comes in part from the warrior spirit of people such as the Hmong.

An anarchic system is necessarily one of free-market capitalism. Any services that are needed and wanted by people – like the police or the courts – would be provided by entrepreneurs, who’d do it for a profit.

What Casey means by “free market capitalism” is simply a system of voluntary associations, private property, and voluntary exchange of goods, services, and labor. But’s its a propagandistic mistake to call this “capitalism”. The term “capitalism” is automatically identified in most people’s minds with Big Business, Wall Street, and sweat shops, just like “socialism” is identified with the welfare state or Marxism. Sorry, but all of those terms are taken. “Mutualism” is a much better term as it has yet to be identified with other things many people consider to be undesirable. Also, plenty of history’s most successful anarchies or quasi-anarchies, such as the Icelandic Commonwealth or Celtic Ireland, existed for centuries before “capitalism” as we understand it came into being.

Also, I’m not so sure “for profit” police and courts are the best way to go. Why not volunteer militias, civilian posses, and expanded neighborhood watch programs? Turning protection services into businesses is what invites opportunism. Why not courts comprised of volunteer arbiters, professional jurors who work on a part-time basis, individuals from the community selected for their superior qualities? Why not professional judges selected by “monasteries of scholars” organized on the basis of the old Chinese civil service system? The problem with the judiciary today is that judges are either elected politicians or professional bureaucrats appointed by politicians. We anarchists know that, with rare exceptions, politicians and bureaucrats are worthless. So institutions in an anarchic system need to take every precaution to make sure the state does not creep back in through the back door.

Look, I’d be happy enough if the state – which is an instrument of pure coercion, even after you tart it up with the trappings of democracy, a constitution, and what-not – were limited to protecting you from coercion and absolutely nothing more. That would imply a police force to protect you from coercion within its bailiwick. A court system to allow you to adjudicate disputes without resorting to force. And some type of military to protect you from outside predators.

Unfortunately, the government today does everything but these functions – and when it does deign to protect, it does so very poorly. The police are increasingly ineffective at protecting you; they seem to specialize in enforcing arbitrary laws. The courts? They apply arbitrary laws, and you need to be wealthy to use them – although you’re likely to be impoverished by the time you get out of them. And the military hardly defends the country anymore – it’s all over the world creating enemies, generally, of the most backward foreigners.

In a free-market anarchy, the police would likely be subsidiaries of insurance companies, and courts would have to compete with each other based on the speed, fairness, and low cost of their decisions.

Scratch that idea, Doug. As one who has actually been in the insurance business, I can assure everyone that insurance companies don’t give a flying fuck about “speed, fairness, and low costs”. This issue is the main disagreement I have with Hans-Hermann Hoppe, who has more or less argued for “insurance feudalism.”

In any event, there’s no conflict whatsoever between anarchy and the rule of law, since there are private forms of law and governance. That’s what Common Law is all about.

Yes, common law, merchant law, admirality law, Roman private law, canon law, many other examples.

But I never said a truly free, anarchic society would be a utopia; it would simply be a society that emphasizes personal responsibility and doesn’t have any organized institutions of coercion. Perfect harmony is not an option for imperfect human beings. Social order, however, is possible without the state.

What holds society together is not a bunch of strict laws and a brutal police force – it’s basically peer pressure, moral suasion, and social opprobrium. Look at a restaurant. The bills get paid not because anybody is afraid of the police, but for the three reasons I just mentioned.

To be honest, I’d probably pay a lot less bills if there were no police.

If you have people who’ve been brought up to believe that the only limits on what you can or should do is the force exerted by the authorities, it’s no surprise that when the greater power disappears, they reach out to take whatever they want, by force.

That’s clearly the case in Somalia, but it’s also true of the people stranded in New Orleans, who were primarily those with no money to flee – in other words, the inhabitants of government housing projects. It’s not politically correct to point this out, but those people had, on average, a distinctly different culture from that of the average American.

Actually, ex-police states are the most dangerous places – like Russia in the early ’90s, the Congo in the early ’60s, or Haiti today, because they have a culture of repression that’s like a pressure cooker. When the lid comes off, it’s a mess.

Absolutely! This observation also indicates that America will be a very, very messy place when the shit finally hits the fan.

As Pareto’s Law indicates, there’s inevitably a bad element in most places. 80% of folks are truly decent, and 20% are perhaps problematical. And 20% of that 20% are bad apples. You have to have a culture that keeps them hiding under rocks, rather than rising to the top – as they wind up doing quite often in government.

The reaction of a person to the idea of a truly free society is an excellent moral litmus test. The more negative the reaction, the more likely you’re dealing with a sociopath.

I don’t really buy this. It sounds like an anarcho-libertarian version of Adorno’s “authoritarian personality” theory. Also, I’ve encountered plenty of obvious sociopaths in anarchist circles.

It wouldn’t matter any more if a group of people calling themselves Congress went through some rituals that involved a leader putting some ink on some paper and said a violation of your rights was now “legal” than if a witch-doctor told a tribe’s warriors that it was okay to take slaves and sacrifice them to the gods. Laws are just a “civilized” man’s taboos.

Here’s the rub; imagine that the Quebecois decided unanimously that they really didn’t want to be part of Canada anymore but wanted to be an independent, French-speaking country. So they peacefully vote and take their marbles to play their own game. In doing so, they don’t violate anyone’s rights, so there is no moral way the government of Canada can stop them. They could use force, but that would violate the rights of the Quebecois, who would not be hurting anyone. And if the Quebecois could do this, so could Disneyworld, or your neighborhood – or you individually.

There’s no moral way to prevent peaceful secession – but if a state doesn’t prevent secession, it soon disintegrates. People always want to do things differently, and they would if the threat of force from the state didn’t stop them. Brute force – although gussied up with myth, propaganda, and red, white, and blue bunting – is what holds the state together. That force is ugly and corrupting.

Democracy is no solution – it’s just 51% bossing the other 49% around. For God’s sake, Hitler was democratically elected. Democracy is just mob rule dressed up in a coat and tie.

All sensible political philosophers since Plato have agreed with this.

The Mormon Church, for example, exerts a very significant amount of regulation of the private behavior of its members. I’m not a Mormon, of course, but I’ve lived in predominantly Mormon communities, and I have to say they tended to be cleaner, nicer, safer, etc. I’d say the Mormon religion exerts more control over its adherents than any state’s laws have ever exerted over citizens – but those regulated like it. They believe they benefit from it, and most important of all, they are physically free to leave any time they want.

Not so for the state. This is why I’ve said in the past that the state is not a necessary evil but merely necessarily evil.

The Amish and Mennonites provide other examples, although religious communities are entirely too uptight to suit my taste. And UL is a good one too, because people worry that businesses would all turn rapacious if the state weren’t there to regulate them. But electronics producers are not required to get UL seals on their products. They go to the extra expense of meeting UL standards because they know they’ll make more money if their products have the UL seal of approval on them.

Best Western hotels are the same way. Best Western doesn’t own the hotels; it’s largely a private regulatory agency that inspects hotels and gives those that make the grade the right to put a Best Western sign out front, which is worth a lot to a small mom-and-pop joint.

These are essential points. Contrary to what our “leftoid-libertarian” and “anarcho-leftoid” enemies may say, anarchism is neither a free-for-all nor simply an orgy of political correctness.

I’m of the opinion we’d already be living with the technology of Star Trek if it wasn’t for the state slowing things down.

That’s a bit of a reach.

Not a bad interview, all in all.

Updated News Digest April 2-4, 2010 Reply

“Marcuse Is Dead…And We Have Killed Him.” -Quagmire, ATS Reader

Spontaneous Order-NEW VIDEO!

AlternativeRight.Com Is Now Live!

Community Organizing and National-Anarchism presentation by Andrew Yeoman

Tribal Anarchism Video Series Parts One, Two, Three, Four

United Anarchism Vs United Nationism

Fall of the New World Order

The Tyranny of “Tolerance”

“Isn’t it ironic that the government can criminally charge citizens with ‘conspiracy’ (an agreement or a partnership, not an action), but when a citizen even mentions that there is ample evidence (provided by the government’s own documents) that the government can and does conspire to commit and does commit various felonies, they are mocked, vilified, and labeled as kooks?

When the government came for militia, I remained silent; I was not militia.
When they locked up the religious conservatives, I remained silent; I was an atheist.
When they came for the bloggers, I remained silent; I was not a blogger.
When they came for the Muslims, I remained silent; I was not Muslim. When the came for me, there was no one left to speak out.”

                                                                                              -Eli Cryderman

“…[a] move toward decentralization & localism … would culminate in some new Federal Bureau of Decentralization & Localism” – Robert Nisbet (thanks, Jeremy!)

Anarchy! by Douglas Casey

Zomia: History’s Most Successful Anarchy?

How the Left Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the FBI by Anthony Gregory

A Leftist Says Impeach Obama by Dave Lindorff

The Futility of Drug Prohibition by Donald A. Collins

The State Seeks to Be God by Gary North

Understanding the Mechanics of the Police State by Michael Hampton

The State Creates Conflict by Walter Williams

What the State Is Made of? by Darian Worden

Secession Is the Key to Peace by Lew Rockwell

How Slick Willie Made Me a Secessionist by Thomas Naylor

The Curse of Bigness by Christopher Ketcham

When the Banks Own the Congress by Ralph Nader

The Israel Lobby Versus America by Ramzy Baroud

Fractures in the U.S.-Israel Relationship? by M. Shahid Alam

Reformist Political Action As a Diversion, Part One by Kevin Carson

Reformist Political Action As a Diversion, Part Two by Kevin Carson

Militia Fantasies by John Robb

Militia Charged With Plotting to Murder Officers by Nick Bunkley and Charlie Savage

Tea Party: Fascists or Zombie Republicans in Disguise by Maury2k

Proudhon on Force and Rights by Shawn Wilbur

An Imperial Presidency in the Making by Chuck Baldwin

Census: They Can’t Move Forward Until We Send It Back by Kevin Carson

Forget About Retirement by Gary North

Russia’s Metro Bombings by Justin Raimondo

Left: Get the Tea Partiers–Keep Up the Skeer! by Peter Brimelow

Can Weak Tea Compete with GOP Kool-Aid? by Thomas Knapp

Who Are the Real Americans? by Pat Buchanan

Frum’s Karma by Justin Raimondo

White House Endorses Denial of Civilian Trials by Glenn Greenwald

AIPAC Confronts Its Worst Fear by Philip Weiss

The Carter Doctrine at 30 by Andrew Bacevich

Lies for War and Empire by Karen Kwiatkowksi

What War with Iran Means by Pat Buchanan

“Kill the F***ing Whites in South Africa!” by Ilana Mercer

Turmoil Over War, Immigration Threatens the Alternative Right by W. James Antle III

Who Is Iyad Allawi? by Justin Raimondo

The Israeli Lobby’s Odd Defense of an Alleged Somali War Criminal by Samuel Singer

Inside Afghanistan’s Jails by Gareth Porter

GOP in Freefall? by David Rosen

The Dawning of a Liberal Apologetics for Iraq by Michael P. Bradley

Honest In the Worst Way by Philip Giraldi

The Obscenity of War by Amy Goodman

Drugged Warriors? by Bruce E. Levine

Obama’s Neverending Afghan Adventure by Brian Doherty

Reporting On Iran Should Seem Familiar by Glenn Greenwald

Are Progressives Singing a New Tune on the Wars? by Lawrence Samuels

Does the U.S. Government Understand the Terrorist Threat? by Ivan Eland

Federal Judge: Bush Administration Was Criminal Conspiracy? by James Bovard

Obama Should End Afghanistan War from the Libertarian Party

Ridding the Earth of Nukes, One Treaty at a Time by Ronald Bailey

Hating Us for Our Degeneracy by Daniel Larison

Obama’s Rhetoric in Afghanistan Prolongs U.S. Role in Civil War There by Matthew Rothschild

Iraq Squeezed Between U.S. and Iran by Pete Escobar

Crushing the Culture of Virtue by Bruce Sterling

What Will the Internet Do to Institutions in the Next Ten Years? by Cory Doctorow

Abundance and Technological Unemployment by Kevin Carson

Learning to Love Corporate Welfare by Matthew Yglesias

Defining “Extremism” Down by Kevin Carson

The $250,000 Joint by Anthony Papa

Hippies, Cops, and Just Plain Liberty by Alex R. Knight III

Drunk Driving PIG

Why All the Angst Over Nullification? by Gary Barnett

When Utopianism Is Shattered by Reality by Tim Case

Charles Krauthammer: Neocon Power Madness by Bill Anderson

How Dare You Tell the Truth About the Empire? by Glenn Greenwald

You Say You Want a Revolution? by C. J. Maloney

The Entitlement Mentality in Academia by Daniel Coleman

End the War on Fat by Melinda Wenner Moyer

Census Caught in Anger Towards Washington by Richard S. Dunham and Meredith Simons

The Republican Bigwigs Attack Ron Paul Lew Rockwell interviews Ron Paul

Bob Herbert: Government Is Magic by Bill Anderson

Naomi Wolf Thinks the Tea Parties Help Fight Fascism by Justine Sharrock

Was George H.W. Bush Involved in the Kennedy Assassination? by Carol Forsloff

America’s New Gated Ghettos by Alana Semuels

The Financial Police State by Tyler Durden

You Must Be a Racist If You Oppose Obamacare by Pat Sajak

Do We Care About Urban Poverty? by Adam Parsons

Clint Eastwood Turns 80 by David Hochman

Frum Fired? by Karen Kwiatkowski

The Scapegoating of Low-Income Seniors by Mary Lynn Cramer

A New Middle East War? by Conn Hallinan

Atrocities in Afghanistan by Kathy Kelly

Red Light Camera Fraud Exposed from Galveston Daily News

PIGS Kill Kansas Woman by William Norman Grigg

The Left and the Politics of Rapture by Anthony Gregory

Voluntariness and Animals by Karen De Coster

When Soldiers Became Murderers by Karen De Coster

Afghanistan Is Vietnam II-Jesse Ventura

Bill Ayers Subject to Censorship at University of Wyoming by Bob Moen

“This is a callout to militant queers everywhere; trans people, dykes, homos, faggots, cocksuckers, and genderfuckers…” from Infoshop.Org

Father Gets Harsher Punishment Than Daughter’s Rapist After Punching Attacker by Gemma Jones

How to Wage War by Ferdinand Bardamu

Woman Convicted of Selling Fish to a Minor from UPI

Autonomous Nationalist United Kingdom

On Tribal Leadership by David Logan

Change Sweeps Black America’s Cultural Home by Paul Harris

An Argument to Made About Immigrant Babies and Citizenship by George F. Will

Heroic Dog Attacks Cop Car

The Dropout Economy-Ideas for the Next Ten Years by Reihan Salam

Steal Something From Work Day from Crimethinc

Iranian Cinema Before the Revolution by Shahin Parhami

Gordon Brown Says Parties Must Unite Against BNP and Arrive at Immigration Consensus by Miranda Richardson

Member of U.K. Elite Military Unit Weds Boyfriend by Killian Malloy

U.S. Constitution 4th Amendment Is Dead

Israel Lobby Pressures U.S. Congress to Soften Obama’s Tough Stance on Netanyahu by Chris McGreal

Judaism and Nationalism by Rabbi Mayer Schiller

Conversation With Rabbi Schiller

Saving Our Civilization by Rabbi Mayer Schiller

An Interview Rabbi Schiller

Fighting Terror Means Picking on the Low IQ by Richard Hoste

Remaking the Right by Kevin MacDonald

Julius Evola’s Traditionalist Critique of Modernity by Thomas Bertonneau

Vikings in the Iberian Peninsula

Beer Party Versus Tea Party Head Shrinkers by Maury2k

Sarah Palin Squeezes Tea Party Further Into the GOP

Black Metal: Conservative Revolution in Popular Culture by Alex Kurtagic (Part 2, and Part 3)

New Views of Nietzsche by Robert Steuckers

The Hated White Male by David Yeagley

Students for Concealed Carry On Campus

Police Union Headquarters Ransacked After Protests by David Krough

Another Militia Group Indicted by the Feds 

John McCain Funding by Soros Since 2001 by Jerome Corsi

States Rights and Freedom by Lord Acton

PIGS Versus Kids by William Norman Grigg

“The Italians were called wops, the Jews were called hymies, I was of course a greaseball, and every Hispanic was a spic. Well, we all got along famously! It was rough, but it was fine.”

                                                                                       -Taki Theodoracopulos

“The “clash of civilizations” is, in a very literal sense, a clash of God and Mammon. The Islamic revolutionaries are driven by a fanatical devotion to their god and the promises they believe he has made to them if only they take up arms on his behalf. The nations of the West are driven by an almost as fanatical devotion to Mammon, that is, to wealth, luxury, power, pleasure and privilege. Further, the culture of the West combines this unabashedly materialist ethos with rejection of strength and discipline in favor of a maternalistic emphasis on health, safety, “sensitivity”, “self-esteem”, “potential”, “personal growth”, “getting in touch with one’s inner child”, “feelings” and other concepts common to pop culture psychobabble. Of course, the socio-cultural ramifications of this is to create a society of weaklings, mediocrities and crybabies.”

                                                                                                              -Keith Preston

Don’t Call Us, We’ll Call You by Sugarloaf

Never Been Any Reason by Head East

Driver’s Seat by Sniff’n The Tears

I Like to Rock by April Wine

Snortin’ Whiskey by Pat Travers

Highway Star by Deep Purple

Do the Strand by Roxy Music

Life is war and conflict, struggle and strife, from conception till death…Never shall the lion lie down peacefully with the lamb…”

Why are those who espouse Univeral Love, Tolerance, and ‘Human Brotherhood,’ usually the most screwed up people you’ve ever met, socially and emotionally? Not to mention some of the nastiest and most self-centered narcissists around?”

                                                                                                      -Chris Donnellan

“What You Believe is Not as Important as What You Do.”

                                                                                                       -Andrew Yeoman

Audio Broadcasts

The Militia and the Police State William Norman Grigg interviewed by Scott Horton

The FBI, CIA, SPLC, and OKC Bombing Jesse Trentadue interviewed by Scott Horton

Warning! Free Speech! Glenn Greenwald interviewed by Scott Horton

An Anarchist Approach to Radical Health Care Reform by Gary Chartier

Identity Politics in the U.S. Kevin MacDonald interviewed by Tom Sunic

A Nation of Sheep, Ruled by Wolves, Owned by Pigs

The Revolution Within Anarchism

Forty Years in the Wilderness?

Liberty and Populism: Building An Effective Resistance Movement for North America

Organizing the Urban Lumpenproletariat

National Anarchy and the American Idea

Don’t Talk to the Police

“The king is most wounded by ridicule.” -Thomas Hobbes

Improved Gadsden Flag - DONT TREAD ON ANYONE

Free Sex With Coupon