Updated News Digest September 27, 2009 Reply

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Quote of the Week:

“It is time that Americans reorganize themselves based on their geography and lifestyle choices according to the political outlook that most accurately reflects their views.  For example, if this means Hawaii leaves the Union then Hawaii leaves the Union.  If California has interests inherently at odds with the core beliefs of other States of the United States it is time to say farewell to incompatible political agendas.  If you sympathize with this statement or would like to find out more about the Bay Area National Anarchists feel free to browse the archive of blog posts and visit affiliated websites.  National Anarchists come from many backgrounds and we encourage a diverse range of opinions on political subjects.  Where we stand united is in our belief in the completely unsatisfactory results provided by all levels of the United States government that acts like an abusive codependent relationship is out of control and self destructive.  The solution is to form communities that are resilient against the abuse of authoritarian power.”

                                                                                    –Bay Area National Anarchists

Secession Movement Expands by Dave Montgomery

War, Terrorism and the World State Hans Hermann Hoppe interviewed by Marc Grunert

Secession Is in the Air by William S. Lind

Brzezinski Says U.S. Should Attack Israeli Jets from Tradition and Revolution

The Echoes of War Doug Casey interviewed by Louis James

More Lies, More Deception by Paul Craig Roberts

Things Sean Hannity Would Never Say by Jack Hunter

The Economy is a Lie by Paul Craig Roberts

The United States in Afghanistan: Eight Years Later by Gabriel Kolko

Can America Be Salvaged? by David Michael Green

Inconvenient Truths by Taki Theodoracopulos

Leonard Zeskind is an Idiot by Evan McLaren

The Ruin of His Presidency by Alexander Cockburn

The Prohibitionists’ Manifesto by Fred Gardner

Pot and the Right to Pursue Happiness by Norm Kent

The Two Faces of the Vermont Independence Movement by Thomas N. Naylor

The Afghan Disaster by Lew Rockwell

Deep In the Heart of Texas by Thomas N. Naylor

McChrystal’s Conundrum by Justin Raimondo

The Pentagon is Bankrupting Us by Jacob Hornberger

Weapons of Mass Democracy by Stephen Zunes

America Has Been Here Before by Eric Margolis

Settling for Failure in the Middle East by Stephen Walt

Contempt of Cop by William Norman Grigg

The Most Militaristic State on Earth by Glenn Greenwald

A Cop Does Good (OMG!) by William Norman Grigg

Rot in Hell, Irving Kristol by Justin Raimondo

Was Irving Kristol a CIA Plot? by Richard Spencer

Friendly PIGS at Work by Bill Anderson

Secession! by Lew Rockwell

Beware of Rising Libertarians by Mike Payne

An Unpatriotic Conservative by Jack Hunter

To Lose a War by Pat Buchanan

It is Going to Be a Rocky Road by Chuck Baldwin

The Constitution: The God That Failed by Bill Buppert

PIGS vs Anarchists in Pittsburgh from Infoshop.Org

Bourgeois Influences on Anarchism by Luigi Fabbri

Who Is Barack Obama? by Justin Raimondo

The U.S. Velvet Junta by Jeff Huber

U.S. and Israeli Oppression in Palestine Philip Weiss interviewed by Scott Horton

The Post-9/11 Round-Up of Innocents Jim Bovard interviewed by Scott Horton

Diary of a Teen-Aged Girl in Iraq by Erik Leaver

“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 Myth of Equality by Ian Huyett

Patriots and Tyrants Radio (thanks, Ian!)

(Extra hat tips to Chris Donnellan for the following links)

Liberated Thinkers Against Creation and Evolution

The Beginning of the End of U. S. Hegemony Pittsburgh G20 Resistance Project

War Movies and the Human Heart by Clyde Wilson

Eat Like a Human, Feel Like a Human by Jenna Johnson

Indigenous Peoples of the British Isles 

Compulsory Schooling is Not the Way 

At the Heart of Darkness by Samuel Francis (R.I.P.)

Greens Say Immigration Bad for the Environment from The Australian

White, German Al-Qaida Insurgents Found in Afghanistan by Dean Nelson

Thousands March Against G20 in Pittsburgh 

Architecture and Identity by David Morris

Anti-Racist Nationalists 

National-Bolshevik Party U.S.A-Ideology 

Ethnocentric Heathenism 

The Arab Socialist Baath Party

Ten Key Questions in the Health Care Debate from Front Porch Republic

White Guilt Awareness Day from Human Events

Garrett Hardin on Immigration and Standard of Living 

David Horowitz-P. T. Barnum of the Right 

The Realist Party 

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

Weekly Reading of Scripture

The Death of Politics  by Karl Hess

The Bolshevik Myth by Alexander Berkman

How I Became a Socialist by William Morris

The Kronstadt Rebellion by Alexander Berkman

 

 
TIt is time that Americans reorganize themselves based on their geography and lifestyle choices according to the political outlook that most accurately reflects their views.  For example, if this means Hawaii leaves the Union then Hawaii leaves the Union.  If California has interests inherently at odds with the core beliefs of other States of the United States it is time to say farewell to incompatible political agendas.  If you sympathize with this statement or would like to find out more about the Bay Area National Anarchists feel free to browse the archive of blog posts and visit affiliated websites.  National Anarchists come from many backgrounds and we encourage a diverse range of opinions on political subjects.  Where we stand united is in our belief in the completely unsatisfactory results provided by all levels of the United States government that acts like an abusive codependent relationship is out of control and self destructive.  The solution is to form communities that are resilient against the abuse of authoritarian power.
hThere is one all consuming mythology that is still believed in more fervently than any other myth. It is a myth that is taken for granted as being an obvious and irrefutable truth that is apparent to anyone possessing any amount of intelligence or reason. It is neither religion nor belief in the existence in god although this near ubiquitous myth has utilized both religion and god to “prove” its intangible existence or as a prop to allow it to function as an moral force within society. When confronted by skepticism of its existence, nothing is more vigorously and heatedly defended. Women collapse in paroxysms of spite and hatred when it is pointed out to them that, in general, women cannot possibly be as physically strong as men because of differences in muscle mass. Stupid people argue that the more intelligent are only “book smart” and lacking in “common sense” (whatever that means), even though the more intelligent have been at the basis of all monumental achievements throughout the history. Graffiti artists such as Basquiat are elevated to the status of Michelangeloes, and plastic talentless pop stars are considered just as worthy and accomplished as Beethovens; its all just a matter of relative perspective. Nothing is confronted with more derision and more laughter than that which is experienced when one challenges the existence of equality.
ere is one all consuming mythology that is still believed in more fervently than any other myth. It is a myth that is taken for granted as being an obvious and irrefutable truth that is apparent to anyone possessing any amount of intelligence or reason. It is neither religion nor belief in the existence in god although this near ubiquitous myth has utilized both religion and god to “prove” its intangible existence or as a prop to allow it to function as an moral force within society. When confronted by skepticism of its existence, nothing is more vigorously and heatedly defended. Women collapse in paroxysms of spite and hatred when it is pointed out to them that, in general, women cannot possibly be as physically strong as men because of differences in muscle mass. Stupid people argue that the more intelligent are only “book smart” and lacking in “common sense” (whatever that means), even though the more intelligent have been at the basis of all monumental achievements throughout the history. Graffiti artists such as Basquiat are elevated to the status of Michelangeloes, and plastic talentless pop stars are considered just as worthy and accomplished as Beethovens; its all just a matter of relative perspective. Nothing is confronted with more derision and more laughter than that which is experienced when one challenges the existence of equality.
There is one all consuming mythology that is still believed in more fervently than any other myth. It is a myth that is taken for granted as being an obvious and irrefutable truth that is apparent to anyone possessing any amount of intelligence or reason. It is neither religion nor belief in the existence in god although this near ubiquitous myth has utilized both religion and god to “prove” its intangible existence or as a prop to allow it to function as an moral force within society. When confronted by skepticism of its existence, nothing is more vigorously and heatedly defended. Women collapse in paroxysms of spite and hatred when it is pointed out to them that, in general, women cannot possibly be as physically strong as men because of differences in muscle mass. Stupid people argue that the more intelligent are only “book smart” and lacking in “common sense” (whatever that means), even though the more intelligent have been at the basis of all monumental achievements throughout the history. Graffiti artists such as Basquiat are elevated to the status of Michelangeloes, and plastic talentless pop stars are considered just as worthy and accomplished as Beethovens; its all just a matter of relative perspective. Nothing is confronted with more derision and more laughter than that which is experienced when one challenges the existence of equality.
There is one all consuming mythology that is still believed in more fervently than any other myth. It is a myth that is taken for granted as being an obvious and irrefutable truth that is apparent to anyone possessing any amount of intelligence or reason. It is neither religion nor belief in the existence in god although this near ubiquitous myth has utilized both religion and god to “prove” its intangible existence or as a prop to allow it to function as an moral force within society. When confronted by skepticism of its existence, nothing is more vigorously and heatedly defended. Women collapse in paroxysms of spite and hatred when it is pointed out to them that, in general, women cannot possibly be as physically strong as men because of differences in muscle mass. Stupid people argue that the more intelligent are only “book smart” and lacking in “common sense” (whatever that means), even though the more intelligent have been at the basis of all monumental achievements throughout the history. Graffiti artists such as Basquiat are elevated to the status of Michelangeloes, and plastic talentless pop stars are considered just as worthy and accomplished as Beethovens; its all just a matter of relative perspective. Nothing is confronted with more derision and more laughter than that which is experienced when one challenges the existence of equality.
There is one all consuming mythology that is still believed in more fervently than any other myth. It is a myth that is taken for granted as being an obvious and irrefutable truth that is apparent to anyone possessing any amount of intelligence or reason. It is neither religion nor belief in the existence in god although this near ubiquitous myth has utilized both religion and god to “prove” its intangible existence or as a prop to allow it to function as an moral force within society. When confronted by skepticism of its existence, nothing is more vigorously and heatedly defended. Women collapse in paroxysms of spite and hatred when it is pointed out to them that, in general, women cannot possibly be as physically strong as men because of differences in muscle mass. Stupid people argue that the more intelligent are only “book smart” and lacking in “common sense” (whatever that means), even though the more intelligent have been at the basis of all monumental achievements throughout the history. Graffiti artists such as Basquiat are elevated to the status of Michelangeloes, and plastic talentless pop stars are considered just as worthy and accomplished as Beethovens; its all just a matter of relative perspective. Nothing is confronted with more derision and more laughter than that which is experienced when one challenges the existence of equality.
re is one all consuming mythology that is still believed in more fervently than any other myth. It is a myth that is taken for granted as being an obvious and irrefutable truth that is apparent to anyone possessing any amount of intelligence or reason. It is neither religion nor belief in the existence in god although this near ubiquitous myth has utilized both religion and god to “prove” its intangible existence or as a prop to allow it to function as an moral force within society. When confronted by skepticism of its existence, nothing is more vigorously and heatedly defended. Women collapse in paroxysms of spite and hatred when it is pointed out to them that, in general, women cannot possibly be as physically strong as men because of differences in muscle mass. Stupid people argue that the more intelligent are only “book smart” and lacking in “common sense” (whatever that means), even though the more intelligent have been at the basis of all monumental achievements throughout the history. Graffiti artists such as Basquiat are elevated to the status of Michelangeloes, and plastic talentless pop stars are considered just as worthy and accomplished as Beethovens; its all just a matter of relative perspective. Nothing is confronted with more derision and more laughter than that which is experienced when one challenges the existence of equality.
here is one all consuming mythology that is still believed in more fervently than any other myth. It is a myth that is taken for granted as being an obvious and irrefutable truth that is apparent to anyone possessing any amount of intelligence or reason. It is neither religion nor belief in the existence in god although this near ubiquitous myth has utilized both religion and god to “prove” its intangible existence or as a prop to allow it to function as an moral force within society. When confronted by skepticism of its existence, nothing is more vigorously and heatedly defended. Women collapse in paroxysms of spite and hatred when it is pointed out to them that, in general, women cannot possibly be as physically strong as men because of differences in muscle mass. Stupid people argue that the more intelligent are only “book smart” and lacking in “common sense” (whatever that means), even though the more intelligent have been at the basis of all monumental achievements throughout the history. Graffiti artists such as Basquiat are elevated to the status of Michelangeloes, and plastic talentless pop stars are considered just as worthy and accomplished as Beethovens; its all just a matter of relative perspective. Nothing is confronted with more derision and more laughter than that which is experienced when one challenges the existence of equality.

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