Fire the Wall St. Plutocracy Reply

Article by David D’Amato.

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On Monday, September 19, The Wall Street Journal reported that “[m]uch of Wall Street remained barricaded to foot and road traffic Monday morning as hundreds of protesters continued a demonstration against U.S. financial institutions.” The protests, which the story admits have been “largely peaceful,” have been compared to those of the Arab Spring and were coordinated — if, in fact, one could use that word — largely though the use of social media websites like Twitter.

Also like the demonstrations of the Arab Spring, the “Occupy Wall Street” protesters are not unified by any one, consistent ideological bent. Instead, their consensus runs only as far as their opposition to the corporate banking status quo.

At the present moment, when Wall Street is customarily held out as a symbol of America’s free enterprise system, or even used as a synonym for “the markets,” it may seem downright odd to situate it in opposition to free markets.

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Plundering the U.S. Taxpayer, again Reply

Article by John Graham.

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Since 2005, you taxpayers will be pleased to know, you have been paying for the Nonprofit Security Grant Program administered by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security with results so blatantly ethnocentric that even The Jewish Daily Forward has flinched:

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California cop placed on leave in wake of third brutality allegation Reply

Article by Michael Martinez.

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A police officer in Fullerton, California, whom an attorney accuses of brutality in the death of a homeless man this summer and two arrest cases last year, has been placed on paid leave, a police spokesman announced Friday.

Sgt. Andrew Goodrich identified the officer as Kenton Hampton, but he declined to confirm whether Hampton is among six officers involved in the arrest of Kelly Thomas, a 37-year-old homeless man who died five days after allegedly being beaten by police this summer. That death is under investigation by the FBI and the Orange County District Attorney.

But Hampton was involved in two incidents last year in which two men are accusing Hampton of brutality and false arrest, Goodrich told CNN.

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Interventionists Ready a Media Lynching For Ron Paul Reply

Article by Michael Scheuer.

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The past ten days have seen a spate of pieces on Google News damning Congressman Ron Paul for “blaming” America for the 9/11 attacks. This is just the start of what will become a wave of ever-more shrill and lie-filled attacks on Mr. Paul as long as he is seeking the Republican presidential nomination and continues to find growing public support. The attacks on Mr. Paul are and will be the work of the Neoconservatives, the Israel-First fifth column of U.S. citizens, and AIPAC and those it controls in the Congress, media, and academy.

Mr. Paul, of course, never blamed the United States for the war the Islamists started and are now waging on the United States. What he did say is merely what is true beyond any credible challenge: Our growing number of Islamist enemies are motivated to attack us because of what the U.S. government does in the Muslim world and not because of how Americans live and think here at home. Mr. Paul bravely and clearly delivers this essential message to U.S. voters, and as long as he tells this truth he will receive the venom and slander of the above mentioned people and organizations.

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Gaddafi spokesman: 17, including French and British, captured Reply

Article by Andrew Roche.

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CAIRO (Reuters) – A spokesman for Muammar Gaddafi said on Sunday that 17 “mercenaries,” including what he called French and British “technical experts” had been captured in the Gaddafi bastion of Bani Walid in Libya.

“A group was captured in Bani Walid consisting of 17 mercenaries. They are technical experts and they include consultative officers,” Moussa Ibrahim told Syrian-based Arrai TV.

“Most of them are French, one of them is from an Asian country that has not been identified, two English people and one Qatari,” he added.

He said the 17 would be shown on television at a later time, but did not give more details.

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Secession: Solution to the Washington Debt Threat 1

Article by Ron Holland.

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Frédéric Bastiat must have been looking toward the future of the United States today when he said, “When plunder has become a way of life for a group of people living together in society, they create for themselves in the course of time a legal system that authorizes it, and a moral code that glorifies it.”

I fear the federal government will plunder much of our private wealth, retirement plans and personal savings through hyperinflation, financial controls and confiscatory tax rates all in the name of protecting the public from a future debt crisis unless the states can secede from the Union and the crushing Washington debt load.

The first actual secession following several attempts by the New England states took place in the South and it ended with the defeat of the Confederate States of America. Now secession is again in the news and this time it may be the only solution to surviving the coming Washington national debt crisis.

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News from Texas Nationalist Movement Reply

TNM News Digest
Miller asks: ‘How long will Texans stay in bondage?’ (published Monday, 12 September 2011 14:02)

The head of the Texas Nationalist Movement compared Texans seeking independence from the
United S…

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While homes burned, feds told Texas volunteer firefighters to go home – interview with
Daniel Miller (published Monday, 12 September 2011 14:56)

Daniel Miller of the president of the Texas Nationalist Movement (TNM), a group that
advocates Te…

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If Only we could return the favor to DC (published Tuesday, 13 September 2011 00:00)

 A little history revisited…

When the infamous “Pappy” O’Daniel left the Texas Governor’s of…

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Does This Mean We’re Liberals? (published Tuesday, 13 September 2011 19:10)

SCOTT’S FLAG OF THE LIBERAL FACTION.

_As dictatorial acts contrary to the liberal Mexican Co…

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And All My Dreams, Torn Asunder (published Wednesday, 14 September 2011 16:53)

HERE IS AN EXCERPT FROM THE BOOK, _LINE IN THE SAND_.

The Union started out as good thing. Giv…

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US Ambassador: Support for Israel drives all US policies Reply

From Veterans Today.

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In a recent speech before the Jewish People Policy Institute (JPPI), Ambassador Daniel Shapiro clarified what drives US policies:

“The test of every policy the Administration develops in the Middle East is whether it is consistent with the goal of ensuring Israel’s future as a secure, Jewish, democratic state. That is a commitment that runs as a common thread through our entire government.”

Shapiro went on to say: “This test explains our extraordinary security cooperation, our stand against the delegitimization of Israel, our efforts on Iran, our response to the Arab Spring, and our efforts on Israeli-Palestinian peace.”

It also explains a factor in the downward slide in American prosperity and standing in the world.

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The lone anthrax gunman Reply

From Brasscheck TV.

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The FBI ties up loose ends

After seven years of destroying evidence and intimidating witnesses, the FBI has finally “caught” the individual responsible for the 2001 anthrax attacks. Or so they say.
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A Brief History of Anarchism: The European Tradition Reply

From TIME.

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A recent spate of letter bombs dispatched to foreign embassies in Rome, as well as the headquarters of a far-right Italian political party, focused attention upon a rogue group of anarchists that claimed responsibility for the attacks. The Informal Federation of Anarchy says it is a cobbled-together coalition of anarchist outfits in Italy, and boasts ties with like-minded groups across the world. Their parcel bombing campaign follows a similar wave of deliveries sent in November by Greek anarchists to embassies in Athens. But security experts aren’t wringing their hands over an emerging global threat. One told TIME that the aborted bombings were simply “something [the anarchists] have to do from time to time to show that they exist.”

Anarchist organizations in Italy and elsewhere today may be as fringe as analysts say they are, but they are the heirs of a political credo that deeply impacted the past two centuries of world history. The term “anarchism” stems from the ancient Greek anarchos, or “without rulers,” and historians see anarchist strains in everything from the writings of certain Daoist scholars in pre-modern China to the emancipatory zeal of early Christianity. But anarchism, as we know it, is a distinctly modern phenomenon, crystallizing in the wake of the French Revolution, as more and more people in the industrializing world chafed both under the yoke of despotic monarchs and the growing power of capitalist elites. (See the anarchists who claim to be behind the bombs in Rome.)

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Totalitarian Humanism and Mass Immigration 4

This is the full text of my speech at the National Policy Institute Conference on September 10, 2011 in Washington, D.C.

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When Richard very graciously invited me to speak to this gathering, one of the first things I thought about was the fact that many people would no doubt wonder why someone with my political background and orientation would even be at a conference like this in the first place. Given that I am an anarchist, and this is a conference on nationalism, many would ask the question of whether anarchism and nationalism are not diametrically opposed perspectives. Certainly, the ardent critics of nationalism, whose ranks include many self-proclaimed anarchists, would likely feel this way and many who consider themselves nationalists might also consider the relationship between anarchism and nationalism to be an incompatible one.

I, for one, would deny the incompatibily of this relationship. I could cite the words of another anarchist who recently remarked that if you are opposed to one world government, you are already an anarchist of a kind, as you would then favor an anarchism of nations if not communities or individuals, and that the rest is just haggling over the details. So perhaps we are not as far apart on this question as we might think. However, my own reasons for holding to the views that I do involves a question that I think is much more substantive in nature and that is the question of what I call “totalitarian humanism.”

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A Journey Through the Political Maze Reply

My review of Welf Herfurth’s “A Life in the Political Wilderness” for AltRight.

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A new title issued by the Portuguese publishing firm Finis Mundi Press, Welf Herfurth’s, A Life in the Political Wilderness, is unquestionably one of the most interesting politically oriented books I have encountered in quite some time. It is the work of a remarkable individual whom I am also pleased to call a friend. This book, which includes an introduction by Troy Southgate and a preface by Dr. Tomislav Sunic, is partly autobiographical, partly analytical and partly polemical. Welf is a thirty-year veteran of radical nationalist political activism, and has collected a treasure trove of insights from his many varied experiences over the decades.

Welf Herfurth was born in West Germany and grew up in a small rural community until his family relocated to Iran when he was a teenager. As a seventeen year old, Welf witnessed the overthrow of the Shah in 1979, and subsequently returned with his family to Germany. He became politically active with the NPD not long afterward because of his interest in the cause of German reunification. From the start of his political life onward, Welf experienced persecution by left-wing fanatics, even having eggs thrown at him during the very first political rally he ever attended. While traveling in South America during the early 1980s, Herfurth became aware of the pernicious effect of U.S. foreign policy in that region and throughout much of the globe and abandoned his previous pro-American sentiments. He was dismissed from three different jobs in West Germany because of his political activities. Eventually settling in Australia and becoming a successful businessman, Welf has been involved in dissident politics in that country for a quarter century, even achieving high level positions in party politics and working in parliament. Along the way, he has also continued to travel extensively, having visited nearly seventy different countries.

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On Ideology, from Below and to the Left Reply

Article by Henry Gales.

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Liberalism and statism, for centuries, have cast a long shadow over all types of ideology. However, there are growing movements that realize the reality of today’s world. We do not need to take state power, work through political parties, or establish hegemony. Instead, we need to build projects of governments that are inseparable from the people, and in opposition to any form of hegemony.

While socialism and liberalism are distinct ideologies, there exists a fundamental connection between the two. Marx believed that “the people,” “the proletariat” should achieve their revolution by violently taking state power. There is a serious fallacy in this ideology. In no country, in no city, will you find “the people,” a singular, unified body. It is important to understand that contained within “the people” there is a great amount diversity and many disagreements that need to be resolved through processes of consensus*. Vanguardism, the idea that we can unite diverse groups of people into one project, a “dictatorship of the proleteriat,” is one of many deceptive ideals perpetuated by liberalism and modern ideology.

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The Republican Party Is Doomed 18

Article by Kevin MacDonald.

A consequence of the anti-White revolution wrought by immigration is the racialization of American politics.  Richard Spencer’s talk at the recent National Policy Institute Conference (now the featured TOO video) is an excellent summary of the case that the the Republican Party is doomed unless it switches to a pro-majority strategy—a topic discussed several times here as well. The basic fact is that around 90% of the votes of the Republican Party are from Whites. Non-Whites—even well-off non-Whites (including Jews)—tend to vote strongly Democrat, while the Republican base is now made up of  Whites of all social classes.   But as Whites become a decreasing percentage of the population, the Republican Party will inevitably become a permanent minority party as its constituents become a minority of Americans.

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College has become meaningless 1

Article by Alexander Rowson.

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Another hilarious exposé of our Ponzi scheme society:

College graduates represent the fastest growing demographic of consumers who have filed for bankruptcy over the past five years, according to a new report out Tuesday.

Wait, really? Our high school guidance counselors always told us that a college degree guaranteed financial success down the road.College Grads Behind Increase in Bankruptcy Filings

If you hang around Libertarians, you’ve probably heard them say that a Federal Reserve Note (a.k.a. the dollar bill) is only worth the paper it’s printed on. What gives the bill its value is 1), the theoretical amount of real-world value it represents; and 2), the consensus of the masses that this green slip of processed wood pulp is actually worth something.

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Sheriff Arpaio's posse to review Obama Birth Certificate Reply

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Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio in Arizona has constituted a special law enforcement posse to investigate allegations brought by members of the Surprise, Ariz., Tea Party that the birth certificate Barack Obama released to the public April 27 might be a forgery, WND has learned.

The posse, under the authority of Arpaio’s office, will consist of two former law enforcement officers and two retired attorneys, headed by Michael Zullo, a retired police detective originally from Bergen County, N.J.

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New Jersey Cop Attacked Woman Who Filmed Him at DWI Checkpoint Reply

Article by Mike Riggs.

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Leslie Rosario and Jessamine Roman have filed suit against the Ridgefield Park Police Department, claiming that an officer assaulted Rosario when she refused to hand over her cell phone at a DWI checkpoint. The Record reports that Rosario filmed the stop as the car’s driver, Juan Calle, was being administered a sobriety test:

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Russian National-Bolshevism 2

Article by Christian Bouchet.

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“The cause of the people is the cause of the nation, and the cause of the nation shall be the cause of the people” – Lenin

By Christian Bouchet

If there are available now in France a number of satisfying works of reference which allow us to understand German national-bolshevism well, this is absolutely not the case for Russian national-bolshevism, the existence of which we are just now discovering. Thus the work of Mikhail Agursky, though hostile, is a source of great first importance of information and reasons to meditate, even to hope.

The thesis of the author, inspired by the reflections of Ortega y Gasset in The Revolt of the Masses, is that the marxist and socialist components of Russian bolshevism are only “historical camouflages” for a really geopolitically and historically more profound process. For Agursky, Lenin practised a double language, orthodox marxist in his writings, which should only be considered as works of “public relations”, he placed himself in fact in the line of Alexandr Herzen who rejected the West and who promoted an invasion of Western Europe by the Slavs. Since the beginning of the century, Lenin and the bolsheviks would have assigned the goal to themselves of giving the leadership of the world revolution to Russia and the Russians. In this view, national-bolshevism would be the Russian nationalist ideology that would make the Soviet political system legitimate from the nationalist point of view and not from the Marxist point of view. National bolshevism would thus make an attempt for world domination of a Russian Empire cemented by communist ideology.

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Rick Perry’s Government: “Inconsequential” as a Ball and Chain Reply

Article by Kevin Carson.

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We already know Rick Perry uses words in a rather, um, idiosyncratic sense.  For instance, he’s the kind of “pro-life” governor whose supporters cheer him on for executing an innocent man.  So when he says he wants to “make government as inconsequential to your lives as possible,” we should probably be on guard for any possible private meanings or mental reservations he attaches to that phrase.

To take just one example, I wonder how inconsequential the girls in Texas public schools viewed the Gardasil that was forced on them.  Merck certainly didn’t consider it inconsequential — the consequences for them were $360 a pop (I mean, seriously, would they have been pushing it on Perry if it wasn’t under patent markup?).  And I think it’s fair to say the folks at Merck who contributed to the Perry campaign and hired his former chief of staff Mike Toomey as a lobbyist wanted to make government more, not less, consequential to themselves.

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Lockdown of Arizona Air Force base ends Reply

From CNN.

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(CNN)— U.S. Air Force officials called off their response late Friday afternoon at a Tucson, Arizona, base after reports that an armed man had entered an office building, the U.S. military branch said in a statement.

Earlier in the day, a U.S. military official told CNN that a gunman was believed to be holed up in a building at the Davis-Monthan Air Force Base.

No shots had then been fired and law enforcement teams are on site, said the official, who had direct knowledge of the situation from conversations with base officials but did not want to be identified.

The incident, and subsequent lock down of the base, began at 11 a.m., the Air Force said, “following the unconfirmed sightings of” what was believed to be an armed man entering a building.

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Teen Lives in German Forest for Five Years 3

It can still be done!

Primitivists, take lessons.

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Police say they’re investigating the story of an English-speaking teenager who appeared in the German capital last week saying he had lived the last five years in the woods with his father.

“The boy speaks English and a little German but we really have no idea where he comes from,” police spokesman Michael Maass told Germany’s The Local on Friday.

The boy, who authorities say is in good health and calls himself Ray, showed up in Berlin on Sept. 5 carrying a backpack and sleeping bag, police spokeswoman Miriam Tauchmann told msnbc.com. He said he was 17 and told officials he and his dad were living in tents and huts until his father died recently.

“He has no identity card, no papers, no passport, nothing,” Tauchmann told msnbc.com. “He looked very good — not like a wild man or anything like that. Physically and mentally, everything is OK with him.”

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Teen Gets Five Years in Prison for McDonald's Attack Reply

Article by Gene Byrd.

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A teen woman who was arrested over the beating of a transgender woman at a McDonalds in Baltimore County Md. will face five years in prison for her crimes, a court decided this week.

According to a CBS News report, the teen offender Teonna Brown, 19, was “sentenced Tuesday after pleading guilty last month to first-degree assault and a hate crime for beating Chrissy Polis inside a Baltimore County McDonald’s until the transgender woman went into a seizure, reports CBS affiliate WJZ.”
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