Updated News Digest February 20-21, 2009

Why Read the Sunday Papers When You Can Read AttacktheSystem.Com!

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”: Resist Politically Correct Fascism to the Death!!!

Quotes of the Week:

“You’ve asked me, ‘What might you be?’ Now I answer you: ‘I am a Wobbly.’ I mean this spiritually and politically. In saying this I refer less to political orientation than to political ethos, and I take Wobbly to mean one thing: the opposite of bureaucrat. […] I am a Wobbly, personally, down deep, and for good. I am outside the whale, and I got that way through social isolation and self-help. But do you know what a Wobbly is? It’s a kind of spiritual condition. […] A Wobbly is not only a man who takes orders from himself. He’s also a man who’s often in the situation where there are no regulations to fall back upon that he hasn’t made up himself. He doesn’t like bosses—capitalistic or communistic—they are all the same to him. He wants to be, and he wants everyone else to be, his own boss at all times under all conditions and for any purposes they may want to follow up. This kind of spiritual condition, and only this, is Wobbly freedom.”

                                                               –C. Wright Mills

Statement Put Out by Man Who Crashed Plane Into IRS Headquarters in Austin, Texas (Me and the IRS by Johnny Paycheck)

Is Joe Stack a Wake-Up Call to America? by John Whitehead

America: A Country of Serfs Ruled by Oligarchs by Paul Craig Roberts

Some Reflections on the Olympics by Murray Rothbard

Why Liberal Free Speech Is Tyranny in Disguise by Alex Birch (thanks, Peter!)

The Blood Bank: Why Bank of America Fired Me from Austro-Athenian Empire

The Crimes of Goldman-Sachs by Matt Taibbi

“To the Size of States There Is a Limit” by Kirkpatrick Sale

Down With the Presidency by Lew Rockwell

The Untold History of Nullification by Derek Sheriff

Martial Law in America by Gary Barnett

So-Called “Free Trade” Agreements Are to Free Trade What the Ministry of Love is to Love by Kevin Carson

The Oathkeepers Versus the SPLC and the Neocons from LewRockwell.Com

Immigration and Race by Israel Shamir (thanks, Flavio!)

Don’t Blame Iran by Eric Margolis

Is Iran Running a Bluff? by Pat Buchanan

American Arrogance Overseas Should End by Ivan Eland

Bin Laden: Dead and Loving It by Jeff Huber

Attack on Iran Would Be Folly by Paul R. Pillar

Terrorism, Liberal and Conservative by Jack Hunter

Dick Cheney’s Taunting by Glenn Greenwald

Frightening Voters Into Submission by James Bovard

Terrorism: The Most Meaningless and Manipulated Word by Glenn Greenwald

Israel Goes Rogue by Justin Raimondo

From God to Gaia to Obama’s Nuclear Apocalypse by Alexander Cockburn

Pericles and the Athenian Ideal, Part 2 by Troy Southgate

Is This How Democracy Ends? by Pat Buchanan

I Wish Joe Stack Had Not Killed Himself by Chuck Baldwin

Colin Ward, R.I.P. by Kevin Carson

Avatar and Just War Theory by Anthony Gregory

Clinton’s Lousy Diplomacy Puts U.S. in a Hard Place by Michael Brenner

American Failure by Taki Theodoracopulos

Collateral Accumulation: Passing on the Abiding Wisdom of Empire by Chris Floyd

Pathetic London by Derek Turner

All You Need Is…a Slap!! by James Jackson

An Antiwar Credo by Justin Raimondo

Anarchism as a Brand by Keir Snow

The Anarchist Movements of Europe by Gabriel Kuhn

Our Founders Were Not Fundamentalists by Harvey Wasserman

Gerald Celente: Global Collapse This Year by Amy Judd

Capital: A Diversion? by Kevin Carson

Inheriting Proudhon from Shawn Wilbur

Piercing Shell Oil by John Robb

The CIA’s Drug War by Doug Valentine

Health Freedom: Who Decides, the Individual or the State? by Ron Paul

The Most Liberating Word is “No” by William Norman Grigg

Global Warming Is a Lie by Jonathan Petre

Real Military Heroes  by Laurence Vance

New York Times Dislikes Anti-Government Movement by Lew Rockwell

Major Global Warming Advocate Does U-Turn by Michael Rozeff

Attention, Mundanes: “You Don’t Ever Touch a PIG!” by William Norman Grigg

The 65th Anniversary of the War Crimes at Dresden by Laurence Vance

Soros the Gangster by Bill Anderson

Sarah Palin: Ventriloquist Dummy for the Neocons by Lew Rockwell

Just Say No to Banning Pornography from Polycentric Order

DEA PIGS Continue War Against Medical Marijuana by Radley Balko

 Who Will Be the 1000th U.S. Soldier to Die in Afghanistan? by Laurence Vance

Nevada Tea Party Bolts the GOP and Glenn Beck by Jane Hamsher

Stand Up to Census Intrusions by Walter Williams

The U.S. Conservative Movement: 50 Years Downhill by David Franke

Jim Rogers: China, Japan Will Keep Dumping U.S. Debt by Antonia Oprita

How the State Destroys Your Banking Relationships by Karen De Coster

The Ignorant Herd and the Food Police by David Kramer

CPACers Cheer Fascist by Lew Rockwell

The Judge and Angela Keaton on War by Anthony Gregory

Arkansas PIGS: Untrained, But Licensed to Kill  by William Norman Grigg

The Duke Rape Case Comes Full Circle by Bill Anderson

Scalia: No Right to Secede  by Lew Rockwell

Put This Pot in Your Pipe and Smoke It-Legally! by David Kramer

PIGS Arrest Elderly Woman on Her Way to a Funeral by William Norman Grigg

Georgia: Nothing Is Coming Up Roses by Justin Raimondo

Some Straight Thinking About Iran by Philip Giraldi

Pro-Torture, Anti-Civilization by Henry Porter

Iran’s “Now What” Moment by Farideh Fardi

Government in a Box in Marja by Andrew Bacevich

The War on Terrorism Becomes a War on Free Speech by Jacob Hornberger

A Real Winning Strategy in Afghanistan Josef Storm

U.S.-NATO Aggression to Win Hearts and Minds by David Alba

Yet Another Energy and National Security Myth by Charles Pena

Obama Muddling Through the Middle East by Leon T. Hadar

Obama Violates the Bill of Rights With Bipartisan Support by Thomas Eddlem

 San Francisco: 2010 Anarchist Book Fair from Infoshop.Org

Anti-Olympic Riots Rock Vancouver from Infoshop.Org

The Iranian Greens and the West by Sasan Fayamanesh

King Obesity  by Ralph Nader

Dysfunctional Democracy by Dean Baker

Tug of War in El Salvador by Katya Rodriguez

Elie Wiesel’s Ignoble Recruits by John V. Walsh

Evil Empire by TGGP

 The Luckiest Man in the World by James Leroy Wilson

Colin Ward, R.I.P. by Roderick Long

Who’s Afraid of “Interposition”? by William Norman Grigg

The Chemist’s War  by Deborah Blum

“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

National Defense Without the State Sheldon Richman interviewed by Scott Horton

Antiwar.Com Versus The New York Times Jason Ditz interviewed by Scott Horton

On Agrarianism by Matthew Raphael Johnson

Interview with F. Roger Devlin by Tomislav Sunic

“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

A Unique Perspective on Gay Rights 

Reflections on American Race Relations (Part 2)

The Jim Jones Death Tape 

The Process Church of the Final Judgement 

The Processean by Electric Wizard

(Commentary from Maury2k)

Deconstructing the Reagan Cult 

African Blood Brotherhood 

Cherry Bomb! Or Going Down with the Tea Party 

The Charge of the Judas Goats 

Mud Wrestling Sluts in Heat 

(hat tip to Chris Donnellan for the following links)

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

Unemployment and the I Word 

Australia’s Traditional Anglicans Vote to Convert to Catholicism 

Bus Fightin’ Man Already an Oakland Legend 

U.S. Foreign Aid to Israel 

Jubilee for the Middle Class 

How Illegal Immigration Hurts Black Americans 

Obama: The Bankers’ Best Friend

(hat tip to Andrew Yeoman for the following links)

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

                                                                                                  -Andrew Yeoman

No More Immigration 

Woman Tied Up, Raped for Three Days 

Boyfriend Charged With Punching Sharpton Daughter 

Idealistic Italian Female Sets Out to Get Herself Killed in a Muslim Land and Succeeds 

Duke False Rape Accuser Charged with Attempted Murder 

Man Faces Jail Time for Taking Daughter to Church 

Girls of the Israeli Army

Retiring Senator Evan Bayh Advocates Electoral Shock to Broken System 

Caring for Pets Left Behind by the Rapture 

The Paranoia of the Leftoids Knows No Limits 

Single Mum Lives in Mansion at Public Expense 

Crushing U.S. Debt  Is too Great a Problem to be Left Unresolved 

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 

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6 replies »

  1. It’s great to see an Electric Wizard tune on here. Are you into any other modern “stoner” rock outfits, such as Kyuss, Fu Manchu, Monster Magnet, or Orange Goblin?

  2. When goldman sacks made the bet—with many if not all of our congress, that Americas housing bubble would burst, goldman and congress made several hundred billion from all the suffering of hard working Americans and their children, now living on the streets and in tent cities.

    Since at least some of Goldmans people are brought into our government, how is it our government didn’t know and help all Americans understand? Answer, because congress wouldn’t have made millions upon millions on the bet and our government would have gotten less tax money.

    Traitors to our nation have been hung by the neck till they are dead. What of congress?

  3. I’ve heard of those groups, but I’m not really that familiar with their music. The only partial exception is Monster Magnet. I was in a band with a guy in the early 90s who was really into them.

  4. Kyuss played what was termed “desert rock” i.e. a post-punk version of late-60’s/early-70’s Blue Cheer style music (they were ex-hardcore kids who grew their hair out and downtuned their guitars.) Fu Manchu is a more straightahead hybrid of 70’s grooves and 80’s L.A. hardcore (think Sabbath meets Circle Jerks.) Orange Goblin started out working squarely in the Sabbath/Cheer vein but lately their music has deviated into Misfits-style horror punk territory, replate with cheesy B-movie references. Monster Magnet began as an awesome lo-fi hipster version of Hawkwind and later got a deal with a major label and devolved into a mainstream hard rock band. Personally, I was an indie kid who grew up on a steady diet of SST/80’s college radio bands (Husker Du, Replacements, Dinosaur Jr., Pixies,etc.) and later on discovered classic hard rock and metal of the bongwater variety-so most of the music I find myself writing now is a natural synthesis of the two. What instrument do you play?

  5. Well, I’ve hardly touched my guitars in years, but I used to play in a classic rock/class heavy metal cover band in the late 80s/early 90s. Stuff like Sabbath, Priest, AC/DC, Motley Crue, Alice Cooper, that kind of stuff. Later, in the mid-90s, I was in a band that did originals in the standard 90s grunge/punk style. I was the bass player in those bands, and sometimes rhythm guitarist.

  6. I read that “Anarkismo” manifesto and was thoroughly underwhelmed by it. To be honest, the overwhelming majority of left-anarchism I find unimpressive: center-left reformism on political affairs, outmoded cultural marxism on social affairs. It seems the majority of these people are really just the bastard children of Ralph Nader and Herbert Marcuse.

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