survivalblog.com Jim G. I’ve been reading a lot lately about types of bags and the many different options for BOBs that are out there. A staple of all prep web sites is the gear list and there is no shortage of suggestions on what you should have with […]
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Keith Preston critically examines the dominant narrative surrounding the second world war.
permacultureglobal.com A growing list of permaculture projects worldwide This will be the premier place to find out who is doing what, and where, in the permaculture world. You can search for projects by keyword, and/or filter to specific project types. You can even constrain your search by climate […]
Brandon Smith Alt Market To the point of causing intestinal convulsions, there has been no shortage of analysis on the elections of 2012. Every no-name mop-head mainstream media hack with a niche audience has put in his or her two cents on the finale of perhaps the biggest […]
wired.com Pete Brook There are thousands of gun shows in America each year, but machine gun shows are a rare spectacle. At the two-day hands-on shootfest that is the Oklahoma Full Auto Shoot & Trade Show (OFASTS) exhibitors rent out fully automatic weapons to the public so that they may annihilate refrigerators, ovens […]
rt.com American MMA star Jeff Monson will be remembered by the Moscow crowd not only for his fight with Fedor Emelianenko, but also by his off-ring adventures in the Russian capital. On Monday, the Russian internet simmered with discussions of Fedor Emelianenko’s latest win over the American veteran […]
reuters.com Golden Dawn has surged in popularity during Greece’s debt crisis and was catapulted from obscurity to winning 7 percent of the vote in parliamentary elections in June, riding a wave of public anger at austerity, corrupt politicians and immigrants. Activists and politicians have called for the ultra-nationalist […]
Michael Snyder Economic Collapse The United States is clearly in an advanced state of decline. Many people around the world (and even inside America) rejoice at this, but not me. I mourn for the country that I was born in and that I still love.
Guy got punched in the face and never got back up. —- 8newsnow.com LAS VEGAS (AP) – Trial is continuing in Las Vegas for a former Florida high school teacher and football coach accused of killing a Utah man with a single punch after racial insults in a […]
fastcoexist.com Ben Schiller A new study finds that money you spend at chain stores quickly leaves the community, while money you spend at local businesses helps make the neighborhood better. Think about this the next time you go to the neighborhood CVS or Starbucks: You could do more […]
by R.J. Jacob
“The thought of you tribal thugs “bringing down the state” is fucking disturbing.”
The above comment is only a taste of the recent wave of fear generated by
A new industry for feminists ——– scanlime.org Beth Making a Vibrator That Listens to Your Body This project has been an astonishing little journey. Many of my previous projects were characterized by an amazing outpouring of effort to build something highly intricate and ultimately invisible. This is the […]
guardian.co.uk Chris McGreal Abu Jindal (left) and Abu Nizar, members of the Al-Aqsa Martyr’s Brigade, in Beach Camp, Gaza. Photograph: Guardian Abu Nizar’s father had good things to say about the Israelis he knew. “He told me they were decent to him when he worked there. He did […]
by R.J. Jacob
Conspiratorialism and traditional distrust in elites has shaped American history since its initial conception beginning with the Anglo-Republicanism of the 17th century and it’s conspiratorial views of Charles I and James II, to the Boston Tea Party British colonists who saw
businessinsider.com Henry Blodget 270 to Win The New York Times has an awesome graphical breakdown of voting data from the 2012 Presidential election. In case you had any doubt about how the country breaks down along gender, age, race, financial status, religion, education, and community lines, just have […]
nsfwcorp.com Pancho Montana Nuevo León, Mexico: Hola. My name is Pancho Montana and I’m writing from deep inside Mexico. Pancho Montana’s not my real name. And I’m not a “real journalist,” because that would be a real stupid profession for me to be in here in Mexico, tops […]
Tuesday night’s election result has left conservatives (and reportedly Romney himself) shell-shocked, dumbfounded and a little traumatized by the seemingly gravity-defying political skills of President Barack Obama. Obama, who has won reelection to the office of president with the
Keith Preston interviews musician and former activist Robert N. Taylor on Taylor’s vivid experiences with the revolutionary, anti-communist, Minutemen organization of the ’60s and ’70s, and his later work with the folk band Changes.
by R.J. Jacob
Hurricane Sandy serves as yet another example of how federal, state and local government entities including the military are utterly dependent upon US infrastructure and a vibrant local economy to coordinate supply routes to major cities in times of catastrophic disaster.
Even with practiced and prepared FEMA centers, the Red Cross, the National Guard, and other emergency
salon.com By Lynn Parramore (Credit: AP/Haraz N. Ghanbari) This article originally appeared on AlterNet. The South’s comfort with the GOP is understandable, even predictable. But it shouldn’t be inevitable Ever since Neil Young sang about him, the white Southern man has been the symbol for all that is […]
americanthinker.com Mike Konrad As Europe’s economy collapses, a new brand of separatism is arising in Europe: Economic separatism. Ironically, a closer look indicates that these separatists will only be recapitulating the errors of their current arrangements — and should they win independence, it may profit them nothing. Catalonia […]
by R.J. Jacob
Vampirism in 19th century English literature has always been a woman’s worst nightmare, beginning with Dr. Polidori’s 1819 The Vampyre, followed by Bram Stoker’s 1897 Dracula. Women were typically assigned the role of victim, suffering tremendously to…
lewrockwell.com Ron Holland While regional independence is superior to both the failing European Union and the façade of special interest controlled democracy, one further action should taken by any jurisdictions that choose secession: Newly restored sovereign nations should repudiate their share of the illegitimate sovereign debt when they […]
rt.com A trident submarine is pictured with a long lens at the Faslane naval base, Scotland. (AFP Photo / Maurice McDonald) A unilateral nuclear disarmament could be forced on Britain if Scotland becomes independent in 2014, a government report says. Along with Scotland, the UK would lose the […]
thesun.co.uk Fire … Cops say Sharmeka Moffitt staged ‘attack’ A YOUNG black woman who claimed she was a race-hate victim and had been set on fire STAGED the attack, police said. Cops in Louisiana said the woman also scrawled KKK on her own car. FBI spokesman Kyle Hanrahan […]
businessweek.com Ola Kinnander The Husqvarna AB Automower 265 ACX. Source: Husqvarna AB Europe’s backyards have become the latest front in the robot wars. With a quarter of lawn owners saying they dislike mowing the grass, sales of machines that will do the job for them are taking off, […]
In the latest installment of Attack the System, Keith Preston interviews National Anarchist activist and author Welf Herfurth.
- How National Anarchism has developed over the years
- The Left-Right paradigm becoming increasingly outdated
- Globalization and homogenization
- The Fascist & cult-like mindset of the “antifa”
- The State and Nationality
- How would NA address mass immigration?
- Should National Anarchists focus on local activism, or on organizing a movement that can contend in the political arena
- A Life in the Political Wilderness
- Supporting anyone who’s against the system, even if you don’t agree with everything he or she says.
- How to discuss dissident views with people in day-to-day life.
- How a National Anarchist society would deal with public issues like building roads, crime, a foreign invasion, etc.
guardian.co.uk Giles Tremlett in Madrid and Severin Carrell, Scotland correspondent Election victors expected to follow example of Catalan regional president by calling independence referendum Iñigo Urkullu, leader of the Basque Nationalist party, casts his vote in the regional elections. Photograph: Ander Gillenea/AFP/Getty Images Separatist tensions within the European […]
mises.org Ludwig von Mises and Hans-Hermann Hoppe A nation, therefore, has no right to say to a province: You belong to me, I want to take you. A province consists of its inhabitants. If anybody has a right to be heard in this case it is these inhabitants. […]
google.com (AFP) Czechs on Thursday mourned the death of Jakub Halik, a 38-year-old fireman, who became the first human ever to have survived six months without a heart on artificial life support, but succumbed to liver and kidney failure.
worldcrunch.com By Vladimir Gendlin KOMMERSANT/Worldcrunch DOMODEDOVO – I first met with the leaders of this town’s independence movement in a small Azeri cafe. Domodedovo is barely a town, really, more like just a street; and when I arrived, there was a Muscovite photographer obviously on the same […]
transhumanity.net by David Pearce Reality is big. So our optimism must be confined to sentient beings in our forward light-cone. But I tentatively predict that the last experience below “hedonic zero” will be a precisely dateable event several hundred years hence. Here are five grounds for cautious optimism: […]
rt.com Protesters gather in front of the central government building in Veneto, Italy to demand independence from Rome. Screenshot from RT guest footage. Protesters have gathered in front of the central government in Veneto, Italy to demand an immediate referendum on the region’s independence from Rome. The reason […]
businessinsider.com Joshua Berlinger AP The United Kingdom formally announced on Mondaythat Scotland will hold a referendum in 2014 to determine whether it will leave the UK and become an independent nation.
In the latest installment of Attack the System, Keith Preston uses observations and statistical data from the past and present of American politics to make convincing predictions about what to expect in the future.
- The increasing polarization evident even within the Republican and Democratic parties
- The traditional “binding force” uniting the Left in America
- The traditional “binding force” uniting the Right in America
- The Tea Party, the Militia Movement, and Secessionist movements
- The Politically Correct Left and when it will show its fangs
- What to expect as America declines, and how we can be ahead of the game
- Tim Wise’s moment of honesty
- The pervasiveness of instant gratification
- What will happen when the Left can no longer rally its constituent groups around the “WASP boogeyman”
- Much more
rt.com Belgian Flemish right-wing party (N-VA) president Bart De Wever celebrates on stage during Belgium’s local elections at Zuiderkroon theatre in Antwerp on October 14, 2012. (Reuters / Yves Herman) Separatists in Belgium are looking to gain control of the wealthy port of Antwerp as early results suggest […]
antiwar.com by Justin Raimondo Editorial note: This is the third in a three-part series. Part I appeared here, and the second part here. Israel is like a spoiled child who has grown stronger, more willful, and outright dangerous under the nurturing care of its US parent – a […]
counterpunch.org CHASE MADAR During his election campaign in 2008, Barack Obama promised to close the prison at Guantánamo, repeal the Patriot Act of 2001 that authorised new domestic surveillance, and protect military and intelligence whistleblowers against government reprisals. It was a pledge to rein in much of the […]
economist.com Technology and regulation: A research project considers how the law should deal with technologies that blur man and machine SPEAKING at a conference organised by The Economist earlier this year, Hugh Herr, a roboticist at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, described disabilities as conditions that persist “because […]
csmonitor.com Howard LaFranchi A MS-13, or Mara Salvatrucha graffiti is tagged on a Salvadorean bakery wall in Los Angeles on Thursday, Oct. 11. Damian Dovarganes/AP MS-13 gang is a violent group engaged in the drug, sex, and human trafficking trades in the US. Designating MS-13 gang a transnational […]
counterpunch.org by PATRICK COCKBURN Are the days of American predominance in the Middle East coming to an end or is US influence simply taking a new shape? How far is Washington, after refusing to try to keep Hosni Mubarak in power in Egypt, facing the same situation as […]
counterpunch.org by PATRICK BOND Durban, South Africa. Would Barack Obama’s re-election advance African democracy and prosperity? Evidence suggests not, though the alternative in the November 6 election would probably be worse. Obama’s most important important policy speech on Africa, in Ghana in 2009, contained the famous line, “Africa […]
Mike Masnick techdirt.com We’ve written plenty about how the US government has been quite aggressive in spying on Americans. It has been helped along by a court system that doesn’t seem particularly concerned about the 4th Amendment and by the growing ability of private companies to have our […]
zerohedge.com While the 0.4% perfectly unmanipulated and totally coincidental swing in the unemployment rate in an Obama favorable direction one month before the election came at a prime time moment for the market, one hour ahead of the open, setting the market mood for the rest of the […]
tennessean.com Christopher Sherman , AP Accountants, managers, security and more all part of criminal organizations BROWNSVILLE, TEXAS — When a regional manager for the Mexican Gulf cartel moved his operation to a more lucrative territory on the border, he took along not only his armored trucks and personal […]
foxnews.com Loren Grush It is a dream for everyone as they grow older to turn back the clock and live in a younger body once again. While many have developed ways to make the body look younger cosmetically, there have been very few effective methods to combat the […]
gallup.com Andrew Dugan Change in preferences driven mostly by Democrats WASHINGTON, D.C. — A record-high 38% of Americans prefer that the same party control the presidency and Congress, while a record-low 23% say it would be better if the president and Congress were from different parties and 33% […]
businessinsider.com Abby Rogers Wikipedia Long thought to be a problem only in America’s poorest cities or the world’s most impoverished nations, human trafficking is now making a move toward the upper fringes of society. During a speech Thursday at the University of Mississippi School of Law, federal prosecutors […]