I have no way of personally verifying whether the claims made in this piece are true or not, but multiple sources from alt-right circles have said much of what is being said here is correct, with a couple of exceptions From Reddit So this is so something I’ve […]
I don’t share this guy’s politics, but his criticisms of the direction the Alt-Right has taken seems fairly accurate. Sorry, but I just don’t see these guys overthrowing any states, ruling classes, or empires. Instead, they’ve become the mirror image of the Left. If the Left could be […]
A big debate exists between “free market” conservatives and libertarians, and leftists, socialists, progressives, etc. over “Who is worse? Governments or corporations?” I am somewhere between the Marxists and the Libertarians on this. I agree with Libertarians that states have powers that private institutions typically do not have, […]
One of the most successful scams in history is the way that states and ruling classes have been able to persuade ordinary people that their own overlords are their friends rather than their enemies. The truth is that if you’re an American, the American state is your worst […]
Jakub Jankowski speaks about the metapolitics of libertarianism and identitarianism in the UK and elsewhere.
Swithun Dobson examines the nature of the British economy in the face of its constant interference by the UK government and the Bank of England.
Duncan Whitmore on how economic decentralisation contributes towards economic prosperity.
Though ultimately about the future, this will also be a speech that dwells on the past. The first past event that I wish to discuss is what happened in June 2017. When I stood down as Director of the Libertarian Alliance, I was asked if I had taken […]
The political philosophy of Niccolò Machiavelli does not appear to be a pressing problem. Yet, it is with a sense of urgency that I speak to you today. The reinterpretation, and actually, the misinterpretation of this sixteenth-century writer has reached such a level of absurdity in the academia […]
We are, I believe, at a turning point in history. I see a glimmer, the tiniest wee glimmer, of the ‘End of Socialism’. So what is socialism? At its core, it’s a religion of theft. And its God is ‘The State’. So what’s ‘The State’? Well, the state […]
George Pickering walks through the lessons he’s learned from the Mises Institute, in Auburn, Alabama, and how we can apply them to help Mises UK thrive in the future, especially in comparison to organisations such as the Adam Smith Institute, and the Cato Institute.
Former Chancellor of the Exchequer, George Osborne, said of the Government’s planned ‘Extremism Disruption Orders’, that they will go “beyond terrorism” and “eliminate extremism in all its forms.” The Government has said that these Extremism Disruption Orders will be introduced to tackle “harmful activities” of “extremist individuals” who […]
Once again, the way the system actually works is demonstrated. All major policy decisions involving international relations and economics are based on the general consensus of the dominant factions of the power elite. This consensus reflects the prevailing views of the power elite concerning the assessment of their […]
Press TV. Listen here. America’s new national security strategy announced by US Defense Secretary James Mattis is a veiled reference to funding the US military–industrial complex and expanding Washington’s hegemony around the world, says a political analyst in Virginia. In a speech on Friday at Johns Hopkins University’s […]
San Fransisco California Aug 11, 2017 Lotta Moberg Researcher, Various
San Fransisco California Aug 11, 2017 Dale Brown Founder, DTMC
Mikhail Svetov, a founding member of the Libertarian Party of Russia, speaks about being in opposition to Vladimir Putin.
Mark Frazier, founder of OpenWorld.com, speaks about the best methods of spreading startup societies.
Startup Societies Summit San Francisco, California Aug 11, 2017 Galia Benartzi Co-Founder, Bancor
How can a struggling country break out of poverty if it’s trapped in a system of bad rules? Economist Paul Romer unveils a bold idea: “charter cities,” city-scale administrative zones governed by a coalition of nations.
Michael Strong, confounder of the Startup Cities Institute, talks Honduran Zedes and the principles behind them.
Titus Gebel from Free Privates Cities talks with us in the Startup Societies Podcast.
Andreas Kohl discusses Liechtenstein
Thibault Serlet’s talk at the Startup Societies Summit. July 1 2016.
San Fransisco California Aug 11, 2017 Mark Lutter Lead Economist, Neway Capitol
Startup Societies Summit San Francisco, California Aug 11, 2017 Joe Quirk Seavangelist, The Seasteading Institute
Startup Societies Summit San Francisco, California Aug 11, 2017 Tom Reed New State Movement Chair, d10e
San Fransisco California Aug 11, 2017 Max Borders CEO, Voice And Exit
San Fransisco California Aug 11, 2017 Mark Frazier President, Openworlds
Startup Societies Summit Aug, 11 2017 San Francisco, California Joe McKinney CEO, Startup Societies Foundation Thibault Serlet – Opening Announcement CEO, Economic Zone Intelligence
I disagree with certain things that are said in this, but it’s a very interesting discussion. Preston Martin interviews Matthew VanDyke and Mikhail Svetov about foreign policy.
Are startup societies a way of building the infrastructure for pan-secessionist action?
A new book by a scholar of the American right-wing examines the Alt-Right. This is the best and most comprehensive work on the Alt-Right that has been published to date. Available from Amazon. A number of reviews are currently available from mainstream as well as libertarian, far right […]
A great interview of Gary Chartier by Tom Woods. Listen here. I can’t recommend Gary’s book more highly. It’s available at Amazon. These classical liberal class theorists along with the early anarchists and “libertarian socialists” are essential reading for anyone who wants to understand how modern state-capitalism developed […]
Isn’t it interesting that the two greatest allies of the US are an ethno-supremacist state and a Bronze Age theocracy? By Andrew Bacevich The American Conservative In the long arc of history, while regimes come and go, civilizations endure. Bet on the former against the latter, and you’re […]
“Neocon think tanks” are merely organizations that develop the “policy” programs that serve the interests of the state. By Jon Wight Ron Paul Institute for Prosperity The latest salvo in the ongoing attempt to de-legitimize and demonize Russia-based media has arrived with a directive from the US Justice […]
Efforts by the Empire to turn Iran into a wrecked nation like Iraq, Libya, and Syria have thus far failed. By Eric Margolis Ron Paul Institute for Peace and Prosperity Listen to the state-“guided” US media this past week and you’d believe a series of spontaneous anti-government protests […]
The great thing about the Obama and Trump administrations is that they have proven that supposed “maverick” heads of state are no different than ordinary dynastic centrist politicians like the Bushes and the Clintons. US foreign policy and economic policy reflects the general consensus of the dominant factions […]
Like the Obama regime, the Trump regime is turning out to be a bunch of neocons after all. There is nothing that the Rome on the Potomac hates more than independent nations who defy the Empire. The US Empire would rather liquidate Syria into a failed state like […]
Duh? To ask the question is to answer it. This appears to be an interesting and generally unbiased documentary made by the son of a SWAT team commander. This is the single most important domestic issue in the United States at present, and one that transcends the usual […]
This looks to be an interesting conference. The 2018 Telos Europe Conference Friday, August 31, to Sunday, September 2, 2018 Ragusa, Sicily About the Conference The end of the two world wars saw the fall of mighty empires—from the Tsarist Empire, the Kaiserreich and the Ottoman Empire to […]
In the past, much of my own work has focused on critiquing a world order where the USA is the dominant hegemon because, well, that’s the world we’ve had for the past 30 years (and, really, for 73 years when it is considered that during the Cold War […]
By Scott Shackford Reason Another movement to split up California is brewing. This one wants to create a state called “New California,” essentially by separating the red from the blue. New California would be made up of the inland and non-metropolitan parts of the state (with the notable […]
By J.P. Cortez Listen to the Podcast Audio: Click Here Here’s What Arizona, Texas, North Carolina, Virginia, Idaho, Etc. Are Doing… In 2017, Arizona, Louisiana, Virginia, Texas, and North Carolina, and even Minnesota made progress on the sound money front. In 2018, other states could do so as […]
Like Sean, I have some level of respect for Peter Tatchell. However, these troubling statements of his indicate what I have always said, i.e. that any ideological system, no matter how much it may seem to represent “good causes,” can be twisted towards state-centric and authoritarian ends. Additionally, […]
‘Oil Wars’: Is This an Accurate Summary of U.S.-Led Interventions in the Middle East of the 21st Century?
Duncan Whitmore argues that US imperialism in the Middle East is about maintaining the hegemony of the petrodollar, countering the influence of Russia and China, and advancing the interests of Israel and Saudi Arabia. To all of that I would add maintaining hegemony over the oil trade by […]