Still Stuck in the 1960s 7

Just saw this post and discussion among my left-libertarian former colleagues, now adversaries. I’m not a Rand Paul fan, and I supported his father mostly because he takes a more or less straight Rothbardian line on foreign policy (i.e. to the left of Chomsky). Rand seems to be more of a professional politician type, and compromises more on the big issues. I’m against running for federal offices anyway, unless it’s done for the purpose of agitating for secession by regions and localities (e.g. the positions of Larry Kilgore, the RPN, or the Quebecois Bloc).

But what I found most interesting was the amount of attention given in the comments section to sit-in protests against segregated lunch counters in the 1960s. As if that’s something anarchists in 21st century America need to be worried about.

Former Federal PIG Predicts National-Anarchist Revolution in America Reply

Read all about it.

In decades, not centuries, we will split apart like the Soviet Union into a loose confederation of autonomous states. People will refer to us like they do that area of the Balkans now known as The Former Yugoslavia, or similarly to the way Russia and its old republics are now known, as the old Soviet Union.

If the goal of this nation is reflected in our motto of E Pluribus Unum, out of many, one; then truly this 200-plus year experiment in representative democracy and melding ethnicities has failed, and failed spectacularly.

Here are some similar sentiments from Michael O’Meara of The Occidental Quarterly and from Christian Reconstructionist Gary North. Read this stuff and then go back and watch the old videos of Jerry Rubin from my last post. Isn’t it interesting that the radical right is now saying a lot of the same stuff as the radical left from the 60s?

Remembering the Great Jerry Rubin Reply

This guy was a hero of mine during my youth. Watching this stuff again 25 years later, I can’t say there’s much that I don’t still agree with.

Rubin battles good liberal Phil Donahue: Part One, Part Two, Part Three, Part Four

Down with Schools! Part One, Part Two

On the Joe Pyne Show before he adopted his “crazed hippie” persona. Pyne was the Bill O’Reilly of that time. Btw, Pyne interviews George Lincoln Rockwell here: Part One, Part Two, Part Three

Rubin later became a yuppie businessman in New York. These are some interviews from that time. Btw, I met Rubin at a debate in 1987:

Yippie to Yuppie, On the Sixties

So Much for Liberal "Diversity" 1

Pat Buchanan nails it.

If Kagan is confirmed, the Court will consist of three Jews and six Catholics (who represent not quite a fourth of the country), but not a single Protestant, though Protestants remain half the nation and our founding faith.

If Kagan is confirmed, three of the four justices nominated by Democratic presidents will be from New York City: Kagan from the Upper West Side, Sotomayor from the Bronx, Ruth Bader Ginsburg from Brooklyn. Breyer is from San Francisco.

What kind of diversity is this—either in geography or life experience?

While Sotomayor went to Yale Law School, the other three liberals went to Harvard, though Ruth Bader Ginsburg graduated from Columbia. Seems a fairly narrow range for a party that once claimed to be America’s party.

Ruth Bader Ginsburg tied for first in her class at Columbia, but neither Obama nominee is academically distinguished. Sotomayor called herself an “affirmative action baby” who, at Princeton, was urged to read children’s books in the summer to improve her reading and writing skills. Kagan never served as a judge, never litigated a case before being named solicitor general, never wrote a book or anything else anyone has turned up that manifests real legal scholarship.

From her Princeton thesis on the sad demise of 20th-century socialism, to her tears at the defeat of the radical liberal Senate candidate Elizabeth Holtzman in 1980, to her hostility to the U.S. military on the Harvard campus while dean of the law school, Kagan has revealed herself to be one more Ivy League leftist anxious to use a lifetime seat on the court, winning the plaudits of her peers by imposing her ideology on a nation that has never voted for it.

Updated News Digest May 14-16, 2010 Reply

“Marcuse Is Dead…And We Have Killed Him.” -Quagmire, ATS Reader

Spontaneous Order

AlternativeRight.Com Is Now Live!

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”

“Isn’t it ironic that the government can criminally charge citizens with ‘conspiracy’ (an agreement or a partnership, not an action), but when a citizen even mentions that there is ample evidence (provided by the government’s own documents) that the government can and does conspire to commit and does commit various felonies, they are mocked, vilified, and labeled as kooks?

When the government came for militia, I remained silent; I was not militia.
When they locked up the religious conservatives, I remained silent; I was an atheist.
When they came for the bloggers, I remained silent; I was not a blogger.
When they came for the Muslims, I remained silent; I was not Muslim. When the came for me, there was no one left to speak out.”

Eli Cryderman

“There’s no difference between cops and outlaws.” Kim Fowley

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Wars Do Not Increase Our Freedom by Tom Mullen

The Erosion of Civil Liberties: This President is the Worst Yet by Glenn Greenwald

The Downward Slope of Empire Chalmers Johnson interviewed by Harvey Kreisler

Creating Times Square Terror by Stephen Walt

Is the War Coming Home? by Pat Buchanan

Ending the Neoconservative Nightmare by Daniel Levy

Sympathy for the Devil, BP by Kevin Carson

Anarchism and the Labor Movement by Anna Morgenstern

The Degeneration of America Into a Caste System by Kevin Carson

George Donnelly, Political Prisoner by Thomas Knapp

Strategic Murder by Darian Worden

Idiocracy Rising by William Norman Grigg

When the Personal is not Political by Maury2K

Tea Party Blows Its Cool by Maury2K

White Devil Theory of History by Maury2K

First Greece, Then the U.S. by Gary Barnett

The Death of the Euro by Jim Rogers

A “Duty to Die”? by Thomas Sowell

Elena Kagan, Gun Grabber by David Kopel

Stop Crazed PIG Raids by Paul Armentano

Bill Buckley: The Making of a Warmonger by David Gordon

The Great H.L. Mencken

PIGS on the Attack in Burbank by Tricia Shore

No, the System Did Not Work! by Bill Anderson

Iraq: The Endless Occupation by Justin Raimondo

Obama’s Drug War Strategy: Still a Long Way to Go by Ethan Nadelmann

NYC PIGS Forced to Apologize to Rape Victim by Graham Rayman

New Gay Sex Scandal on the Christian Right by David Rosen

Are Liberals Anti-WASP? by Pat Buchanan

Putting Whitey in His Place by Paul Gottfried

“Movement Conservative” Dinosaurs Still Stuck in the 80s by Dan Phillips

Pro-Immigration Activists Are Their Own Worst Enemy by Filmer

“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

“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

See You in Hell by Grim Reaper

Wasted Years by Iron Maiden

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

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

-Andrew Yeoman

Audio Broadcasts

Alternative Right Radio

Antiwar Radio

October Surprise 1980 Robert Parry interviewed by Scott Horton

In Defense of Militias Jesse Walker interviewed by Scott Horton

The Neocons Are Losing Their Grip Jack Hunter interviewed by Scott Horton

The Paper Money Behind the Empire Ron Paul interviewed by Scott Horton

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

C4SS: Find Your Political Philosophy 6

The Center for a Stateless Society has a new version of one of those “find your political philosophy” quizzes up. This is actually much better than most others I’ve encountered. There are more questions and the questions are more nuanced and varied in content. Here are my results:

67% Economic Leftist (Economic Leftist / Economic Rightist)
81% Anarchist (Anarchist / Statist)
100% Anti-Militarist (Anti-Militarist / Militarist)
74% Socio-Cultural Liberal (Socio-Cultural Liberal / Socio-Cultural Conservative)
77% Civil Libertarian (Civil Libertarian / Civil Authoritarian)

The True Colors of the Academic Left 6

Is the purpose of education to inform and to promote critical thinking? Not according to the late leftist-postmodernist philosopher Richard Rorty:

“It seems to me that the regulative idea that we heirs of the Enlightenment, we Socratists, most frequently use to criticize the conduct of various conversational partners is that of ‘needing education in order to outgrow their primitive fear, hatreds, and superstitions’ … It is a concept which I, like most Americans who teach humanities or social science in colleges and universities, invoke when we try to arrange things so that students who enter as bigoted, homophobic, religious fundamentalists will leave college with views more like our own … The fundamentalist parents of our fundamentalist students think that the entire ‘American liberal establishment’ is engaged in a conspiracy. The parents have a point. Their point is that we liberal teachers no more feel in a symmetrical communication situation when we talk with bigots than do kindergarten teachers talking with their students … When we American college teachers encounter religious fundamentalists, we do not consider the possibility of reformulating our own practices of justification so as to give more weight to the authority of the Christian scriptures. Instead, we do our best to convince these students of the benefits of secularization. We assign first-person accounts of growing up homosexual to our homophobic students for the same reasons that German schoolteachers in the postwar period assigned The Diary of Anne Frank… You have to be educated in order to be … a participant in our conversation … So we are going to go right on trying to discredit you in the eyes of your children, trying to strip your fundamentalist religious community of dignity, trying to make your views seem silly rather than discussable. We are not so inclusivist as to tolerate intolerance such as yours … I don’t see anything herrschaftsfreiHerrschaft [domination] of people like me, and to have escaped the grip of their frightening, vicious, dangerous parents … I am just as provincial and contextualist as the Nazi teachers who made their students read Der Stürmer; the only difference is that I serve a better cause.

"Kagan is the Last Person We Need on the Court." Reply

Yikes! Raimondo confirms my suspicions.

The “progressives” have spent a lot of time and energy, recently, trying to “expose” the “dark underside” of the Tea Party movement, and the liberal media has conducted a determined albeit unconvincing propaganda campaign against “right-wing extremism,” which is supposed to represent the main threat to our well-being at the moment. Yet I would argue that none of these movements – being out of power, and largely not the bigoted potentially violent knuckle-draggers their opponents characterize them as – are a tenth as dangerous as the we-know-what’s-good-for-you “progressives” of Obama’s Nanny State.

Married to the concept of an endless “war on terrorism,” progressives of Kagan’s sort represent an imminent menace: an authoritarian tendency that could usher in an era of internal repression such as only writers of dystopian science fiction have previously imagined.

Instead of abolishing the Bush era expansions of unlimited government power, they are building on them – and upping the ante. With their boundless faith in government power as an essentially beneficent force in the world, and their pathetic eagerness to prove their “national security” bona fides, this administration is potentially far more of a threat to our civil liberties than the Bush people ever were – and the Kagan nomination is yet more evidence this malign potential is being fully realized.

The final nail in the coffin of the Kagan nomination, as far as I’m concerned, is her close association, for a number of years, with the firm of Goldman Sachs, serving on its legal “advisory board.” This board is being portrayed, by Kagan’s defenders, as a chiefly ceremonial body, which held a few conferences and did nothing much else. This is given as a reason to downplay the Goldman Sachs connection, but it doesn’t ameliorate the moral meaning of her role in putting a legalistic face on the naked avarice and influence-buying engaged in by those crooks.

The Cultural Marxist Long March Continues 3

I’ve been trying to find out more info about Obama’s latest nominee to the US Supreme Court. Here’s her Wikipedia entry and some relevant commentary from David Yeagley. Assuming that the info in the Wikipedia article is accurate, this is what I find most interesting about Elena Kagan:

During her deanship, Kagan supported a long-standing policy barring military recruiters from campus, because she felt that the military’s Don’t ask, don’t tell policy discriminated against gays and lesbians. According to Campus Progress,

As dean, Kagan supported a lawsuit intended to overturn the Solomon Amendment so military recruiters might be banned from the grounds of schools like Harvard. When a federal appeals court ruled the Pentagon could not withhold funds, she banned the military from Harvard’s campus once again. The case was challenged in the Supreme Court, which ruled the military could indeed require schools to allow recruiters if they wanted to receive federal money. Kagan, though she allowed the military back, simultaneously urged students to demonstrate against Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell.

In October 2003, Kagan transmitted an e-mail to students and faculty deploring that military recruiters had shown up on campus in violation of the school’s anti-discrimination policy. It read, “This action causes me deep distress. I abhor the military’s discriminatory recruitment policy.” She also wrote that it was “a profound wrong — a moral injustice of the first order.”

I’m all for barring military recruitment on college campuses. During my days as a student leftist in the 1980s, I was involved in the movement to oppose CIA recruitment on campuses. The reason for this was that the various destabilization and counterinsurgency campaigns in which the CIA played a principal role has resulted in the deaths of millions of people. The reasons to oppose military recruitment on campuses might include, say, the million or so people killed in the present Iraq war, or the invasion of Iraq under false pretenses.

Beyond that, a lot of military recruiting is also done under false pretenses. Some years ago, I was managing a restaurant that had an Army and Marine recruiting office next door. Many of the workers I supervised were high school and college aged, and every day the recruiters would aggressively pursue them as they ventured into the parking lot on their way to work. They would use the wildest lies imaginable as a recruiting tool, like telling one kid that military service would help him advance his preferred career as a rapper (I kid you not. They really said that.)

But apparently Ms. Kagan isn’t particularly worried about any of this compared with the great atrocity of “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell.” In other words, it’s no big deal to recruit unsuspecting youth under false pretense to go engage in aggressive war under even greater false pretenses, and to kill millions of people in the process. But it’s an awful thing to refuse to allow out-of-the-closet homos to join in the fun. Some more examples of Ms. Kagan’s legal wisdom:

First Amendment Center and the Cato Institute later expressed concern over arguments Kagan advanced as a part of her role as solicitor general. For example, during her time as Solicitor General, Kagan prepared a brief defending a law later ruled unconstitutional that would have criminalized depictions of animal cruelty

At her confirmation hearing, Kagan also drew criticism for arguing that battlefield law, including indefinite detention without a trial, could apply outside of traditional battlefields.

This is consistent with what I have been saying for some time about the present direction of American society. The cultural hard left is in the process of becoming a new ruling class, and this is a process that has been building up gradually since the 1970s. This rising cultural hard left has in the process of its ascension abandoned the anti-establishment ideas of 60s radicalism, and instead made its peace with the forces of State, Capital, and Empire in return for ruling class support for the advancement of the hard left’s social agenda. This cultural hard left that is in the process of seizing power through its alliance with the plutocracy and banking cartels has no qualms about using the police/military state it has inherited from past regimes (like those of Richard Nixon and Ronald Reagan, may they both rot in hell forever) to eliminate its political opponents. Hence, conventional civil liberties like free speech and the rights of the accused to a fair trial can be compromised or eliminated entirely, yet there must never be a hint of “discrimination” against groups favored by the Left. What this will eventually produce, of course, is a totalitarian state organized as a caste system where individual rights are based merely on group identity, and group rights are based on claims of having been oppressed according to PC ideology.

The Tea Party Jacobins Reply

This piece from the New York Review of Books is a relatively decent discussion of the growing anti-state movement, albeit from the disparaging perspective of an Establishment liberal. The main criticism I have of this is that it gives the Tea Party types too much credit for being more radical than they actually are.

What I Believe 2

This is a statement of my positions that I just posted during the course of a discussion on a Facebook friend’s page.

If I had to summarize my outlook in a few points, I’d say my current positions are a synthesis of these:

-Chomsky’s critique of US foreign policy fused with the neo-isolationism of Buchanan/Ron Paul/Lew Rockwell, etc.

-Thomas Szasz’s critique of the therapeutic state fused by Bill Lind’s and Paul Gottfried’s critique of Cultural Marxism

-Hans Herman Hoppe’s critique of welfare-statist mass democracy

-Kevin Carson’s critique of the relationship between the state and capitalism

-Richard Lawrence Miller’s critique of the domestic American police state

-The European New Right critique of mass immigration and multiculturalism

-Martin Van Creveld’s theories on fourth generation warfare and the decline of the state

-The traditional anarchist critique of the state as a criminal gang writ large; one of the best introductory essays I know of that provides a good overview of the anarchist position is Kirkpatrick Sale’s “The ‘Necessity’ of the State”

-Nietzsche’s critique of the impact of nihilism on Western civilization

-Carl Schmitt’s critique of the contradictions of liberalism

-The elites theorists ideas on the impossibility of egalitarianism

There are plenty of sidestreams to all of this, of course, but this is the gist of it. Most of my other writings or ideas have to do with strategic considerations, and the practical implications of the above.

Anarchists Attacked by Fascists in San Francisco 12

Watch the news report here. Read the story about it here. Felony criminal charges have been brought against two of the attackers.

[Note: This incident will likely generate a lot of activity through the state’s court system. Therefore, please do not place comments on the internet threatening retaliation, or discussing the details of the case beyond what is publicly available through ordinary media sources.]

Updated News Digest April 30-May 2, 2010 3

“Marcuse Is Dead…And We Have Killed Him.” -Quagmire, ATS Reader

Spontaneous Order

AlternativeRight.Com Is Now Live!

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”

“Isn’t it ironic that the government can criminally charge citizens with ‘conspiracy’ (an agreement or a partnership, not an action), but when a citizen even mentions that there is ample evidence (provided by the government’s own documents) that the government can and does conspire to commit and does commit various felonies, they are mocked, vilified, and labeled as kooks?

When the government came for militia, I remained silent; I was not militia.
When they locked up the religious conservatives, I remained silent; I was an atheist.
When they came for the bloggers, I remained silent; I was not a blogger.
When they came for the Muslims, I remained silent; I was not Muslim. When the came for me, there was no one left to speak out.”

Eli Cryderman

“There’s no difference between cops and outlaws.” Kim Fowley

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The future of radical politics is coalition among groups advocating positions the system simply cannot integrate – & therefore cannot co-opt.”

-Jeremy Weiland

Having received some of my childhood education in the USSR, I am now even more convinced that North American public schools + academia + MSM are infinitely more damaging as well as evil in their perceived benign ideology. Worse yet, in the latter case, the inside / outside paradigm simply does not exist.”

-Nina Kouprianova

“The worst that can happen under monarchy is rule by a single imbecile, but democracy often means the rule by an assembly of three or four hundred imbeciles.”

-Robert Anton Wilson, The Historical Illuminatus

The Tea Partiers: Revolutionary Phoniness by Paul Gottfried

Oklahoma Further Criminalizes Freedom of Association by William Norman Grigg

The Tea Party and Big Spending on War by Charles Pena

What Does the Arizona Immigration Law Really Say? by Pat Buchanan

South of the Border by Justin Raimondo

Reduce Immigration: End the War on Drugs by Anthony Gregory and Eric Garris

Immigration Law in Mexico by J. Michael Waller

Thinking Clearly About Immigration by James Leroy Wilson

Secession and Immigration: Who Should Be in Charge? by Russell Longcore

Modern Civilization: This Sucker Is Going Down by James Howard Kunstler

Papering the War Against Iran by Philip Giraldi

To the Tea Party: War and Liberty Are Not Fellow Travelers by Ivan Eland

Killer Cocktail: PTSD and Your Local Police by Kelley B. Vlahos

It’s Goldman World, We Just Live In It by Richard Spencer

Iraqi Secret Prisons: Taking a Cue from the United States by Thomas Eddlem

The Obama Administration and Indefinite Detention by Glenn Greenwald

On Collateral Murder and Stephen Colbert by David Henderson

War Propaganda from Afghanistan by Glenn Greenwald

Pat Tillman Film a Haunting Blindside by Bill Dwyre

Death Squads in Afghanistan by Francis Shor

The Military Occupation of Our Minds by Tom Hayden

The U.S. Threat to Latin America by Grace Livingstone

The Anti-Salt Gestapo by Walter Williams

Oppose Imperialism with Every Fiber of Your Being by Tom Woods

The Firepit Secession Movement by Michael Stetz

E.T., Stay Home by Fay Schlesinger

Soft Totalitarianism Attacks Amish Raw Milk by Mike Riggs

Imperial Crime and Complicity by Tim Case

I Am a Traitor, Communist, Nazi, and a Racist by James Bovard

No, Obama Is Not a Socialist by Ron Paul

The New Secessionists by Chris Hedges

Marijuana Freedom in the American West by Paul Armentano

Arizona Revolts by Ewen MacAskill

Christians Upset They Can’t Pray at Criminal Murder Syndicate by Laurence Vance

The Republican Party and Planned Parenthood by Laurence Vance

The Trial of Tonya Craft by Bill Anderson

Don’t Film a Cop Pointing a Gun at You by Karen De Coster

Gabriel Villareal: PIG Stalker

Anarcho-Leftoid Says Freedom Has Nothing to do with Voluntary Association and Private Property

Michael Medved’s Myths, Lies, and Downright Stupidity by Kevin Carson

Whose Country Is This? by Pat Buchanan

Chinese Acting Like 19th Century Americans: Americans Acting Like Utopian Ideologues by Pat Buchanan

In Defense of Freedom of Speech by Dennis Steele

The Prospects for Real Financial Reform Remain Remote by Andrew Cockburn

Marijuana Boom and Bust by Alexander Cockburn

How Washington Hooked Mexico on the Drug War by John Ross

Censoring the Decrease in Global Temperatures

A Dash of Tyranny by Stephanie Murphy

Can Ron Paul “Pull a Goldwater”? by David Paul Kuhn

The Battle of Britain by Justin Raimondo

Crippling, Crushing, and Suffocating Iran by Robert Dreyfuss

Obama, Nuclear Weapons, and the Future of the Planet by Helen Caldicott

Can You Disappear in the British Surveillance State? by Jean Paul Flintoff

“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

“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

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

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

-Andrew Yeoman

Audio Broadcasts

Alternative Right Radio

Antiwar Radio

Pentagon Wages War Against Enlisted Joshua Kors interviewed by Scott Horton

Ain’t Democracy Grand: The Iraqi Stalemate Jason Ditz interviewed by Scott Horton

States Revolt Against Federal Hegemony Michael Boldin interviewed by Lew Rockwell

The Corruption of Empire Mark Ames interviewed by Scott Horton

A Conversation About Race Craig Bodeker interviewed by Richard Spencer

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

It Takes a Tribe! 12

Spot on analysis of the Tea Parties from Andrew Yeoman at AltRight.

What’s most surprised me about the Tea Party phenomenon is the vitriolic manner in which prominent social commentators have attacked the protestors. Noam Chomsky, for instance, recently dismissed the Tea Party as a “fascist” movement. Though unlike the current President in office, the Tea Party isn’t demanding more government control over healthcare, the economy, and our daily lives.

Politically speaking, it would be far wiser for libertarian-minded and antiwar people to get behind the Tea Party. Same for Left wing anarchists who — despite what they call themselves — are against the Tea Party’s call for less taxes and less government.

At any rate, the best thing the Tea Party has done has been to provoke the “culture warriors” of the Establishment to show their true partisan colors. Eventually, Tea Party activists will notice who is consistently on their side and who is against them.

Updated News Digest April 23-25, 2010 Reply

“Marcuse Is Dead…And We Have Killed Him.” -Quagmire, ATS Reader

Spontaneous Order

AlternativeRight.Com Is Now Live!

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”

“Isn’t it ironic that the government can criminally charge citizens with ‘conspiracy’ (an agreement or a partnership, not an action), but when a citizen even mentions that there is ample evidence (provided by the government’s own documents) that the government can and does conspire to commit and does commit various felonies, they are mocked, vilified, and labeled as kooks?

When the government came for militia, I remained silent; I was not militia.
When they locked up the religious conservatives, I remained silent; I was an atheist.
When they came for the bloggers, I remained silent; I was not a blogger.
When they came for the Muslims, I remained silent; I was not Muslim. When the came for me, there was no one left to speak out.”

Eli Cryderman

“There’s no difference between cops and outlaws.” Kim Fowley

The Scam of U.S. Foreign Policy by Justin Raimondo

Nobel Peace Prize Recipient Prepares the World for War Against Iran by Thomas Naylor

The Lethal Hypocrisy of the State by James Bovard

Populism, Left and Right by Justin Raimondo

Watch What You Say by Kevin Carson

“Free Markets” Means Welfare Is Only for Rich People by Kevin Carson

The Tea Party as False Flag by Maury2K

Antifa as Controlled Opposition by Maury2K

Zombie Radicals by Maury2K

Is the Vermont Secession Movement the Most Radical Political Movement in the History of the United States? by Thomas Naylor

The Real Socialist Threat is the Military by Christopher Ketcham

Why Obama’s Middle East Peace Plan Will Fail? by Jefferson Chase

Death By Imperial Profile by David Swanson

KGB Cops by William Norman Grigg

Boston PIGS “Preserve and Protect”-Their Money by Christopher Manion

Crowd Attacks PIG Car in Kalamazoo

Are Large, Cosmopolitan Cities Havens of Tolerance? by James J. O’Meara

Public Trust in Government at an All-Time Low from The Wall Street Journal

Demonizing Iran: U.S. Media Calls for Mass Murder by Dave Lindorff

Obama and Cheney Have Been the Answer to the Jihadists’ Dreams by Jack Hunter

Israel First by Philip Giraldi

“Defense” Spending: It’s Worse Than You Think by Robert Higgs

Democracy: The God That Is Still Failing by Simon Jenkins

In Defense of Sedition by Tom DiLorenzo

The New Brown Scare by Anthony Gregory

$PLC Publishes Hit List by Chuck Baldwin

A New Tribe Rising? by Pat Buchanan

On Loyalty by Andrew Yeoman

Greetings and Introduction by Andrew Yeoman

Unprincipled Conservatism II by Jeremy Weiland

The Future of AltRight by Richard Spencer

A Real Criminal Conspiracy by James Leroy Wilson

Localize and Virtualize by John Robb

The Lesson of Carl Schmitt by Guillaume Faye and Robert Steuckers Part 2 Part 3

Thoughts on the Death State by Arthur Silber

Wall Street’s Bad Dream by Andrew Cockburn

Statism: The Real Opiate of the Masses by Eric Englund

The Greyhound Station Gulag by William Norman Grigg

The Next Recession Will Be Much Worse by Ee Sing Wong

Become a Sovereign Individual by Helio Beltrao

The Answer Is Decentralism by Scott Lazarowitz

End the Insanity of the War on Drugs by Ron Paul

The Mark of the Beast? by John Whitehead

The State’s New Lifestyle Demons: Tanning and Salt by Karen De Coster

Does God Subcontract to the Military? by Laurence Vance

The Late, Great George Carlin on Saving the Planet by David Kramer

Totalitarian Humanism in France by David Kramer

An Open Letter of Reconciliation and Responsibility to the Iraqi People

Let Korea Take Care of the Koreans by Doug Bandow

Bill Clinton’s Massacres and Terrorist Blowback by Jacob Hornberger

Disaster Utopianism by Jesse Walker

Anarchy as an Alternative? by Dante Graves

Are You an Anti-Semite? by Vijay Prashad

The Psychiatric Drugging of Children by Evelyn Pringle

The Psychiatric Drugging of Infants and Toddlers by Evelyn Pringle

Do We Have a Country to Conserve? by S.L. Toddard

Rot in Hell, Daryl Gates by Dave Lindorff

The War on South African Whites by Ilana Mercer

Captive Minds: The Domestication of the Conservative Movement by Joseph Kay

Bisexual Men Sue Gay Group, Claim Bias by Janet I. Tu

High Noon in Nepal by Jed Brandt

“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

“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

Mohammed’s Radio by Warren Zevon

Heroin by The Velvet Underground

Whores by Jane’s Addiction

Saints In Hell by Judas Priest

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

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

-Andrew Yeoman

Audio Broadcasts

Alternative Right Radio

Antiwar Radio

Central Banking and Empire Lew Rockwell interviewed by Scott Horton

Venezuela and Syria Against the New World Order by Matthew Raphael Johnson

Capitalism and Communism; The State vs the People E. Christian Kopff interviewed by Tom Sunic

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