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Survival Gear Packing 101

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 […]

Bomb explodes at offices of Golden Dawn party

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 […]

Hacking My Vagina

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 […]

Join, or Die

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

The Zetas Model

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 […]

When Supply Lines Go Down

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

Vampires Without Teeth

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…

Attack the System: Interview with Welf Herfurth

In the latest installment of Attack the System, Keith Preston interviews National Anarchist activist and author Welf Herfurth.

Topics discussed:

  • 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.

Pro-independence parties win Basque country elections in Spain

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 on Secession

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. […]

Attack the System: Political Predictions

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.

Topics discussed:

  • 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

How Obama Expanded the National Security State

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 […]

You, robot?

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 […]

Which Africans Will Obama Whack Next?

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 […]