Anarchy Versus Libertarianism 9

Hat tip to TGGP for digging up this old blog post from David Friedman.

What I have often found the most bewildering about many anarchists is their rather naive presumption that the specific institutions they claim preference for will necessarily produce the results they want.

Most anarchists of the Left claim to prefer some kind of “direct democracy” of the New England town meeting variety. But when the town meetings of New England had real force the results were that of a Calvinist theocracy-not exactly a manifestation of the left-anarchist ideal.

Anarcho-capitalists favor institutions that are completely privatized: private police, private courts, private law, private prisons. Otherwise known as feudalism. One can just imagine systems of private police and private law pitting pro-lifers against abortionists, Muslims against Christians, blacks against whites, “Aryans” against Jews, feminazis against misogynists, and so forth.

It was after studying anarchist theory for a number of years and coming to understand the weaknesses of these approaches that I came to fully embrace the pan-separatist or anarcho-pluralist outlook. Ultimately, the only way to achieve peace between forces with irreconcilable differences is through territorial and institutional separation. Otherwise, a strong arm state is needed to prevent society at large from degenerating into warring factions. Of course, some anarchists argue that the solution is to maintain a cultural foundation that is conducive to one’s preferred form of “anarchy.” For instance, left-anarchists will insist that the way to avoid having direct democracy degenerate into theocracy is the development of a culture that rejects “hierarchy,” which is more or less a euphemism for the usual laundry list of Isms and Phobias. But the flaw in this approach is its universalism. Otherness is inevitable, as the intra-left-anarchist race war that transpired between Anarchist People of Color and Crimethinc a while back illustrates. Here we had the edifying spectacle of blindly fanatical anti-racist, anarchist, people of color engaged in open combat (fortunately non-lethal, so far) with blindly fanatical anti-racist, anarchist, people of non-color (un-color?). Can we assume that following the anarcho-leftoid revolution the various ethnic factions will start attacking each other with their respective “Smash Racism” signs?

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“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

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Iraq: Seven Years of Occupation by Raed Jarrar

Kissinger’s Role in Operation Condor by Jacob Hornberger

The Ron Paul Moment by Justin Raimondo

The Bush Secrecy Legacy by James Bovard

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Collateral Damage Denialism by Matthew Yglesias

Remembering Iraq by Andrew Bacevich

America and the Dictators by Alfred W. McCoy and Tom Engelhardt

There’s a Political Earthquake Coming by Gary North

Corporate Welfare Queen Kills 25 by Kevin Carson

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The Financial Oligarchy Tax by John Robb

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Counterfeit Money, Counterfeit History by Ryan McMaken

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Widespread Economic Misery for Most People Ahead by Peter Schiff

Inflationary Depression, Collapse, Civil Unrest by Mark Lutter

Conservatives Love the Empire by Andrew McLemore

Our Totalitarian Future by David Calderwood

How Political Labels Divide Us by Stuart Bramhall

Anarchism Is About Taking Responsibility by Francois Tremblay

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The Case of the Decoy Prom by Julie Hilden

The Looming European Debt Wars by Michael Hudson

Will WaMu Pay for Its Crimes? by Mike Whitney

“America Will Collapse Into Anarchy and Violent Civil Unrest”

Special Army Unit Ready to Be Deployed on American Soil Just Before Elections

Pornographic Magazine for the Blind Launched (??????)

Lost Middle-Class Tribe’s Secret Village in Wales by Luke Salkeld

The Myth of “Judeo-Christian” Values by Paul Gottfried

Could Ron Paul Win? by Richard Spencer

More Powerful Than Armies by Lew Rockwell

Rise of the CIA Conservatives  by Murray Rothbard

The Causes of the Collapse of the American Empire by Elisheva Wiriaatmadja

The Dictator-Presidency by David Gordon

Anarcho-Leftoids Versus the Tea Parties: They Deserve Each Other from Infoshop.Org

“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

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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

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Up With Anarchy! 4

Great piece from Richard Spencer. It’s interesting that Richard understands what ninety-seven percent of the self-proclaimed “anarchists” I have met in twenty plus years of studying anarchist movements do not understand, i.e. that the removal of an over-arching state system that imposes a uniform value system will result in the proliferation of subsystems representing a wide plurality of values.

I also suspect that Richard is right that collapse of the U.S. state at present with no alternative plan might well produce a “Mad Max” scenario. The state has wiped out, co-opted or otherwise weakened virtually all contending institutions that might step in to fill the void. Collapse of the state might well produce a New Orleans 2005 or Los Angeles 1992 kind of scenario. This prospect makes the building of alternative infrastructure all the more important.

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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

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The Utah War 

“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

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God Damn the Sun by The Swans

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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

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                                                                                                          -Andrew Yeoman

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Anarchism of the Right 11

My latest post at AlternativeRight. Also, check out the feature on Andrew Yeoman and BANA.

It’s an interesting coincidence that these two posts ended up appearing at the same time. I put up my post, and then a few minutes later the BANA piece showed up. The two features complement each other fairly well, as mine is a more abstract, theoretical piece, while the interview with Andrew brings it all down to earth and discusses its practical implications for day to day life, and in a somewhat personalized way.

The Gentlest of All Political Systems 1

This interview with Doug Casey isn’t a bad elementary level introduction to anarchism as a political philosophy. Some highlights and minor quibbles:

If people aren’t open-minded enough to even consider an alternative view, they’re their own worst problem, not my ideas. In point of fact, anarchism is the gentlest of all political systems. It contemplates no institutionalized coercion. It’s the watercourse way, where everything is allowed to rise or fall naturally to its own level.

I have a problem with referring to anarchism as “gentle”. That may be true in the sense that anarchism (properly understood) does not advocate oppressing anyone, except aspiring tyrants, buy the label of “gentle” has pacifistic implications which are not necessarily a part of anarchism. As Pareto said, he who becomes a sheep will be devoured by the wolves. If indeed the Zomia region of Asia is a functioning quasi-anarchy, no doubt its success at self-preservation comes in part from the warrior spirit of people such as the Hmong.

An anarchic system is necessarily one of free-market capitalism. Any services that are needed and wanted by people – like the police or the courts – would be provided by entrepreneurs, who’d do it for a profit.

What Casey means by “free market capitalism” is simply a system of voluntary associations, private property, and voluntary exchange of goods, services, and labor. But’s its a propagandistic mistake to call this “capitalism”. The term “capitalism” is automatically identified in most people’s minds with Big Business, Wall Street, and sweat shops, just like “socialism” is identified with the welfare state or Marxism. Sorry, but all of those terms are taken. “Mutualism” is a much better term as it has yet to be identified with other things many people consider to be undesirable. Also, plenty of history’s most successful anarchies or quasi-anarchies, such as the Icelandic Commonwealth or Celtic Ireland, existed for centuries before “capitalism” as we understand it came into being.

Also, I’m not so sure “for profit” police and courts are the best way to go. Why not volunteer militias, civilian posses, and expanded neighborhood watch programs? Turning protection services into businesses is what invites opportunism. Why not courts comprised of volunteer arbiters, professional jurors who work on a part-time basis, individuals from the community selected for their superior qualities? Why not professional judges selected by “monasteries of scholars” organized on the basis of the old Chinese civil service system? The problem with the judiciary today is that judges are either elected politicians or professional bureaucrats appointed by politicians. We anarchists know that, with rare exceptions, politicians and bureaucrats are worthless. So institutions in an anarchic system need to take every precaution to make sure the state does not creep back in through the back door.

Look, I’d be happy enough if the state – which is an instrument of pure coercion, even after you tart it up with the trappings of democracy, a constitution, and what-not – were limited to protecting you from coercion and absolutely nothing more. That would imply a police force to protect you from coercion within its bailiwick. A court system to allow you to adjudicate disputes without resorting to force. And some type of military to protect you from outside predators.

Unfortunately, the government today does everything but these functions – and when it does deign to protect, it does so very poorly. The police are increasingly ineffective at protecting you; they seem to specialize in enforcing arbitrary laws. The courts? They apply arbitrary laws, and you need to be wealthy to use them – although you’re likely to be impoverished by the time you get out of them. And the military hardly defends the country anymore – it’s all over the world creating enemies, generally, of the most backward foreigners.

In a free-market anarchy, the police would likely be subsidiaries of insurance companies, and courts would have to compete with each other based on the speed, fairness, and low cost of their decisions.

Scratch that idea, Doug. As one who has actually been in the insurance business, I can assure everyone that insurance companies don’t give a flying fuck about “speed, fairness, and low costs”. This issue is the main disagreement I have with Hans-Hermann Hoppe, who has more or less argued for “insurance feudalism.”

In any event, there’s no conflict whatsoever between anarchy and the rule of law, since there are private forms of law and governance. That’s what Common Law is all about.

Yes, common law, merchant law, admirality law, Roman private law, canon law, many other examples.

But I never said a truly free, anarchic society would be a utopia; it would simply be a society that emphasizes personal responsibility and doesn’t have any organized institutions of coercion. Perfect harmony is not an option for imperfect human beings. Social order, however, is possible without the state.

What holds society together is not a bunch of strict laws and a brutal police force – it’s basically peer pressure, moral suasion, and social opprobrium. Look at a restaurant. The bills get paid not because anybody is afraid of the police, but for the three reasons I just mentioned.

To be honest, I’d probably pay a lot less bills if there were no police.

If you have people who’ve been brought up to believe that the only limits on what you can or should do is the force exerted by the authorities, it’s no surprise that when the greater power disappears, they reach out to take whatever they want, by force.

That’s clearly the case in Somalia, but it’s also true of the people stranded in New Orleans, who were primarily those with no money to flee – in other words, the inhabitants of government housing projects. It’s not politically correct to point this out, but those people had, on average, a distinctly different culture from that of the average American.

Actually, ex-police states are the most dangerous places – like Russia in the early ’90s, the Congo in the early ’60s, or Haiti today, because they have a culture of repression that’s like a pressure cooker. When the lid comes off, it’s a mess.

Absolutely! This observation also indicates that America will be a very, very messy place when the shit finally hits the fan.

As Pareto’s Law indicates, there’s inevitably a bad element in most places. 80% of folks are truly decent, and 20% are perhaps problematical. And 20% of that 20% are bad apples. You have to have a culture that keeps them hiding under rocks, rather than rising to the top – as they wind up doing quite often in government.

The reaction of a person to the idea of a truly free society is an excellent moral litmus test. The more negative the reaction, the more likely you’re dealing with a sociopath.

I don’t really buy this. It sounds like an anarcho-libertarian version of Adorno’s “authoritarian personality” theory. Also, I’ve encountered plenty of obvious sociopaths in anarchist circles.

It wouldn’t matter any more if a group of people calling themselves Congress went through some rituals that involved a leader putting some ink on some paper and said a violation of your rights was now “legal” than if a witch-doctor told a tribe’s warriors that it was okay to take slaves and sacrifice them to the gods. Laws are just a “civilized” man’s taboos.

Here’s the rub; imagine that the Quebecois decided unanimously that they really didn’t want to be part of Canada anymore but wanted to be an independent, French-speaking country. So they peacefully vote and take their marbles to play their own game. In doing so, they don’t violate anyone’s rights, so there is no moral way the government of Canada can stop them. They could use force, but that would violate the rights of the Quebecois, who would not be hurting anyone. And if the Quebecois could do this, so could Disneyworld, or your neighborhood – or you individually.

There’s no moral way to prevent peaceful secession – but if a state doesn’t prevent secession, it soon disintegrates. People always want to do things differently, and they would if the threat of force from the state didn’t stop them. Brute force – although gussied up with myth, propaganda, and red, white, and blue bunting – is what holds the state together. That force is ugly and corrupting.

Democracy is no solution – it’s just 51% bossing the other 49% around. For God’s sake, Hitler was democratically elected. Democracy is just mob rule dressed up in a coat and tie.

All sensible political philosophers since Plato have agreed with this.

The Mormon Church, for example, exerts a very significant amount of regulation of the private behavior of its members. I’m not a Mormon, of course, but I’ve lived in predominantly Mormon communities, and I have to say they tended to be cleaner, nicer, safer, etc. I’d say the Mormon religion exerts more control over its adherents than any state’s laws have ever exerted over citizens – but those regulated like it. They believe they benefit from it, and most important of all, they are physically free to leave any time they want.

Not so for the state. This is why I’ve said in the past that the state is not a necessary evil but merely necessarily evil.

The Amish and Mennonites provide other examples, although religious communities are entirely too uptight to suit my taste. And UL is a good one too, because people worry that businesses would all turn rapacious if the state weren’t there to regulate them. But electronics producers are not required to get UL seals on their products. They go to the extra expense of meeting UL standards because they know they’ll make more money if their products have the UL seal of approval on them.

Best Western hotels are the same way. Best Western doesn’t own the hotels; it’s largely a private regulatory agency that inspects hotels and gives those that make the grade the right to put a Best Western sign out front, which is worth a lot to a small mom-and-pop joint.

These are essential points. Contrary to what our “leftoid-libertarian” and “anarcho-leftoid” enemies may say, anarchism is neither a free-for-all nor simply an orgy of political correctness.

I’m of the opinion we’d already be living with the technology of Star Trek if it wasn’t for the state slowing things down.

That’s a bit of a reach.

Not a bad interview, all in all.

Updated News Digest April 2-4, 2010 Reply

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

Spontaneous Order-NEW VIDEO!

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

“…[a] move toward decentralization & localism … would culminate in some new Federal Bureau of Decentralization & Localism” – Robert Nisbet (thanks, Jeremy!)

Anarchy! by Douglas Casey

Zomia: History’s Most Successful Anarchy?

How the Left Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the FBI by Anthony Gregory

A Leftist Says Impeach Obama by Dave Lindorff

The Futility of Drug Prohibition by Donald A. Collins

The State Seeks to Be God by Gary North

Understanding the Mechanics of the Police State by Michael Hampton

The State Creates Conflict by Walter Williams

What the State Is Made of? by Darian Worden

Secession Is the Key to Peace by Lew Rockwell

How Slick Willie Made Me a Secessionist by Thomas Naylor

The Curse of Bigness by Christopher Ketcham

When the Banks Own the Congress by Ralph Nader

The Israel Lobby Versus America by Ramzy Baroud

Fractures in the U.S.-Israel Relationship? by M. Shahid Alam

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Reformist Political Action As a Diversion, Part Two by Kevin Carson

Militia Fantasies by John Robb

Militia Charged With Plotting to Murder Officers by Nick Bunkley and Charlie Savage

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Russia’s Metro Bombings by Justin Raimondo

Left: Get the Tea Partiers–Keep Up the Skeer! by Peter Brimelow

Can Weak Tea Compete with GOP Kool-Aid? by Thomas Knapp

Who Are the Real Americans? by Pat Buchanan

Frum’s Karma by Justin Raimondo

White House Endorses Denial of Civilian Trials by Glenn Greenwald

AIPAC Confronts Its Worst Fear by Philip Weiss

The Carter Doctrine at 30 by Andrew Bacevich

Lies for War and Empire by Karen Kwiatkowksi

What War with Iran Means by Pat Buchanan

“Kill the F***ing Whites in South Africa!” by Ilana Mercer

Turmoil Over War, Immigration Threatens the Alternative Right by W. James Antle III

Who Is Iyad Allawi? by Justin Raimondo

The Israeli Lobby’s Odd Defense of an Alleged Somali War Criminal by Samuel Singer

Inside Afghanistan’s Jails by Gareth Porter

GOP in Freefall? by David Rosen

The Dawning of a Liberal Apologetics for Iraq by Michael P. Bradley

Honest In the Worst Way by Philip Giraldi

The Obscenity of War by Amy Goodman

Drugged Warriors? by Bruce E. Levine

Obama’s Neverending Afghan Adventure by Brian Doherty

Reporting On Iran Should Seem Familiar by Glenn Greenwald

Are Progressives Singing a New Tune on the Wars? by Lawrence Samuels

Does the U.S. Government Understand the Terrorist Threat? by Ivan Eland

Federal Judge: Bush Administration Was Criminal Conspiracy? by James Bovard

Obama Should End Afghanistan War from the Libertarian Party

Ridding the Earth of Nukes, One Treaty at a Time by Ronald Bailey

Hating Us for Our Degeneracy by Daniel Larison

Obama’s Rhetoric in Afghanistan Prolongs U.S. Role in Civil War There by Matthew Rothschild

Iraq Squeezed Between U.S. and Iran by Pete Escobar

Crushing the Culture of Virtue by Bruce Sterling

What Will the Internet Do to Institutions in the Next Ten Years? by Cory Doctorow

Abundance and Technological Unemployment by Kevin Carson

Learning to Love Corporate Welfare by Matthew Yglesias

Defining “Extremism” Down by Kevin Carson

The $250,000 Joint by Anthony Papa

Hippies, Cops, and Just Plain Liberty by Alex R. Knight III

Drunk Driving PIG

Why All the Angst Over Nullification? by Gary Barnett

When Utopianism Is Shattered by Reality by Tim Case

Charles Krauthammer: Neocon Power Madness by Bill Anderson

How Dare You Tell the Truth About the Empire? by Glenn Greenwald

You Say You Want a Revolution? by C. J. Maloney

The Entitlement Mentality in Academia by Daniel Coleman

End the War on Fat by Melinda Wenner Moyer

Census Caught in Anger Towards Washington by Richard S. Dunham and Meredith Simons

The Republican Bigwigs Attack Ron Paul Lew Rockwell interviews Ron Paul

Bob Herbert: Government Is Magic by Bill Anderson

Naomi Wolf Thinks the Tea Parties Help Fight Fascism by Justine Sharrock

Was George H.W. Bush Involved in the Kennedy Assassination? by Carol Forsloff

America’s New Gated Ghettos by Alana Semuels

The Financial Police State by Tyler Durden

You Must Be a Racist If You Oppose Obamacare by Pat Sajak

Do We Care About Urban Poverty? by Adam Parsons

Clint Eastwood Turns 80 by David Hochman

Frum Fired? by Karen Kwiatkowski

The Scapegoating of Low-Income Seniors by Mary Lynn Cramer

A New Middle East War? by Conn Hallinan

Atrocities in Afghanistan by Kathy Kelly

Red Light Camera Fraud Exposed from Galveston Daily News

PIGS Kill Kansas Woman by William Norman Grigg

The Left and the Politics of Rapture by Anthony Gregory

Voluntariness and Animals by Karen De Coster

When Soldiers Became Murderers by Karen De Coster

Afghanistan Is Vietnam II-Jesse Ventura

Bill Ayers Subject to Censorship at University of Wyoming by Bob Moen

“This is a callout to militant queers everywhere; trans people, dykes, homos, faggots, cocksuckers, and genderfuckers…” from Infoshop.Org

Father Gets Harsher Punishment Than Daughter’s Rapist After Punching Attacker by Gemma Jones

How to Wage War by Ferdinand Bardamu

Woman Convicted of Selling Fish to a Minor from UPI

Autonomous Nationalist United Kingdom

On Tribal Leadership by David Logan

Change Sweeps Black America’s Cultural Home by Paul Harris

An Argument to Made About Immigrant Babies and Citizenship by George F. Will

Heroic Dog Attacks Cop Car

The Dropout Economy-Ideas for the Next Ten Years by Reihan Salam

Steal Something From Work Day from Crimethinc

Iranian Cinema Before the Revolution by Shahin Parhami

Gordon Brown Says Parties Must Unite Against BNP and Arrive at Immigration Consensus by Miranda Richardson

Member of U.K. Elite Military Unit Weds Boyfriend by Killian Malloy

U.S. Constitution 4th Amendment Is Dead

Israel Lobby Pressures U.S. Congress to Soften Obama’s Tough Stance on Netanyahu by Chris McGreal

Judaism and Nationalism by Rabbi Mayer Schiller

Conversation With Rabbi Schiller

Saving Our Civilization by Rabbi Mayer Schiller

An Interview Rabbi Schiller

Fighting Terror Means Picking on the Low IQ by Richard Hoste

Remaking the Right by Kevin MacDonald

Julius Evola’s Traditionalist Critique of Modernity by Thomas Bertonneau

Vikings in the Iberian Peninsula

Beer Party Versus Tea Party Head Shrinkers by Maury2k

Sarah Palin Squeezes Tea Party Further Into the GOP

Black Metal: Conservative Revolution in Popular Culture by Alex Kurtagic (Part 2, and Part 3)

New Views of Nietzsche by Robert Steuckers

The Hated White Male by David Yeagley

Students for Concealed Carry On Campus

Police Union Headquarters Ransacked After Protests by David Krough

Another Militia Group Indicted by the Feds 

John McCain Funding by Soros Since 2001 by Jerome Corsi

States Rights and Freedom by Lord Acton

PIGS Versus Kids by William Norman Grigg

“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

Don’t Call Us, We’ll Call You by Sugarloaf

Never Been Any Reason by Head East

Driver’s Seat by Sniff’n The Tears

I Like to Rock by April Wine

Snortin’ Whiskey by Pat Travers

Highway Star by Deep Purple

Do the Strand by Roxy Music

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

The Militia and the Police State William Norman Grigg interviewed by Scott Horton

The FBI, CIA, SPLC, and OKC Bombing Jesse Trentadue interviewed by Scott Horton

Warning! Free Speech! Glenn Greenwald interviewed by Scott Horton

An Anarchist Approach to Radical Health Care Reform by Gary Chartier

Identity Politics in the U.S. Kevin MacDonald 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

Improved Gadsden Flag - DONT TREAD ON ANYONE

Free Sex With Coupon

Iceland: Saudi Arabia of the Left? 11

For some time I have argued that the feminazi/therapeutist Left is every bit as much an enemy of sex worker rights as the Religious Right. This more or less proves my point. Emma Goldman said way back during the pre-suffrage era that this is what you would eventually get if you gave middle class liberal and socialist women the vote. Down with democracy! Aristocracy, forever!

Updated News Digest March 27-28, 2010 2

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

Spontaneous Order-NEW VIDEO!

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”

Vermont Secession Strategy by Kirkpatrick Sale

A Strategy Manual for the Liberty Movement by James Ostrowski

Taser Nation by Eric Peters

Truth Has Fallen and Has Taken Liberty With It by Paul Craig Roberts

Covering Up American War Crimes by Charles Glass

The Crime of Iraq by Laurence Vance

Civil Liberties in Obama’s America by Anthony Gregory

The Creepy Tyranny of Hate Speech Laws by Glenn Greenwald

Dr. Leviathan Will See You Now by William Norman Grigg

The Health Care Crisis: A Crisis of Artificial Scarcity by Kevin Carson

America’s Illegal Combatants by Eric Margolis

The District of Crooks by Walter Williams

Stop Funding the Israelis by Justin Raimondo

Israel Wins Again-Is War Next? by Philip Giraldi

War in Iraq: Seven Years On by Greg Mitchell

Israel’s Passport Farm by Justin Raimondo

Will Obama Lose His Troops Over Israel? by Pat Buchanan

The U.S. Has No Place Brokering Peace by Charles Pena

More Sanctions Against Iran Are Not the Answer by Ivan Eland

Republicans Seek Deal on Detainee Trials by William Fisher

Buzzkill at the Tea Party by Kelley B. Vlahos

This Is Your Army on Drugs by Kelley B. Vlahos

Anarchy in Africa? by John James

Louis Ferdinand Celine: An Anarcho-Nationalist by Tom Sunic

From Good to Bad Social Engineering by Doug Bandow

The President’s Nullification Power by Jacob Hornberger

End the Wars  by David Henderson

What’s Got Obama So Pissed? by Matthew Cole

Two Cheers for Netanyahu? by John Walsh

Don’t Expect a New Era in U.S.-Israel Relations? by Alexander Cockburn

Will the Taliban Regain Control of Afghanistan? by M. Shahid Alam

Are You Part of the Remnant? by Albert Jay Nock

We Must Nullify by Rob Natelson

Congress, Israel, and U.S. National Security by Ralph Nader

Immigration: The Elites Versus the People by Pat Buchanan

Washington Murdered Privacy at Home and Abroad by Paul Craig Roberts

The Wars of Tribe and Faith Return by Pat Buchanan

American Naifs Bringing Ruins to Other Lands by Paul Craig Roberts

The Offshored Economy by Paul Craig Roberts

What Our Rulers’ Non-Reaction to American Renaissance’s 2010 Suppression Means by Jared Taylor

Texas Set to Execute Another Possibly Innocent Man by Dave Lindorff

The Special Interests Who Love Obamacare by Matt Welch

A Challenge to the Tea Parties: Embrace the Class Struggle by Brad Spangler

Hard Lessons From the Soviet Union by Stuart Bramhall

Libertarians for Redistribution by Gary Chartier

Conspiracy and the Paranoid Center by Kevin Carson

Conspiracy and the Paranoid Center, Part 2 by Kevin Carson

Resilient Communities and Darknets Featured in Time Magazine by John Robb

John McCain’s Attack on Liberty by Chuck Baldwin

Independent Columnists Perhaps, But Not Independent Minds by Derek Turner

Health Insurance Bonanza by John Walsh

On to the Unemployment Crisis by Craig D. Rose

Obama’s Bloody War in Mexico by Mike Whitney

The Uncertain Fate of Afghan Detainees by Gareth Porter

Seven Years of War in Iraq by Andy Worthington

Why Israel Always Prevails by Jeffrey Blankfort

Secrets of the Tribe  by Barbara Rose Johnston

Practice Makes Perfect by Steve Sailer

Hipsters on Food Stamps by Jennifer Bleyer

History’s Most Destructive Volcanoes by Andrea Thompson

Foreign Policy Murder Is Still Just That by Allan Stevo

Ancient Rome in a Modern Light by Robert Bianco

Technophilia, Technotyranny, Technoinfantilism by Christopher Ketcham

Imperialism Rebooted in Latin America by Todd Gordon and Jeffery R. Webber

Rebirthing the Antiwar Movement by Clare Bayard and Sarah Lazare

“When You’re Dying, You Explore Radical Medication” by JoAnn Wypijewski

Kucinich and the Media by David Swanson

The City of Detroit Is Dead by Gary North

Israeli Libertarians: Strangers in a Strange Land by Phil Maymin

A Brief History of Political Scandals by Andy Bloxham

Truth Versus the Federal Liar State by Judge Andrew Napolitano

Euro Headed for Extinction? by Dan Weil

16,500 New IRS Agents by Ron Paul

The Lunatic Left is Getting Desparate by Thomas DiLorenzo

The Crash of 2010 Is Coming by Gerald Celente

Retire In Poverty by Ron Holland

Who Is a Jew? DNA Can Hold the Key by Steve Jones

American Conspiracies: Up Close and Personal With Jesse Ventura by Tom Murro

Hillary Clinton: Women Don’t Own Their Own Bodies  by David Kramer

States Seek to Legalize and Tax Marijuana by Ryan McMaken

The War on Drugs Causes Violence by Wilton Alston

Has the FBI Infiltrated the Tea Parties? by Lew Rockwell

Attention, NRA Members: It Isn’t Just “Liberals” Who Are Out for Your Guns by Christopher Donovan

Do They Wear White Hoods to Their Tea Parties? by David Franke

Have a Nice War, Folks by John Pilger

$PLC Finds Another Target by David Kramer

Which Is Worse? U.N. or U.S.? by Manuel Lora

PIGS Assault Innocent Civilians in Chicago by William Norman Grigg

You Can’t Have It Both Ways with Original Intent by James Leroy Wilson

“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

Putting Israel First Grant F. Smith interviewed by Scott Horton

Left and Right Against the Empire Jesse Walker interviewed by Angela Keaton

American Insanity in Somalia Ivan Eland interviewed by Scott Horton

Americans Against World Empire Jon Basil Utley interviewed by Scott Horton

China Need Not Be an Enemy John Walsh interviewed by Scott Horton

On Agrarianism, Part 2 by Matthew Raphael Johnson

“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

No Class by The Plasmatics

The Late, Great G. G. Allin on Jerry Springer 

Bite It, You Scum by G.G. Allin

Guns, Bitches, Brawls, and Bottles by G.G. Allin

The Impotent Sea Snakes 

For the Love of Chains  by The Impotent Sea Snakes

Cream In My Jeans by Wayne/Jayne County and the Electric Chairs

Dare to be Fat by Root Boy Slim

Animal (Fuck Like a Beast) by W.A.S.P.

Die With Honor by Manowar

Psychopath by Lizzie Borden

(Commentary from Maury2k)

Tea Party Vs Reparations 

Ron Paul or RuPaul Tea Party? 

Coup D’Etat USA Revisited 

Obama Cult Continues to Roll 

Ass Over Teakettle 

Sam Francis: A Paleo Against Movement Conservative Pussies 

Human Events Neocons Pat Buchanan 

Beer Party Movement 

(hat tip to Chris Donnellan for the following links)

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

A Cloward-Piven Strategy for Single Payer 

Widening Income Disparities in America 

Wachovia Admits It Laundered Millions in Mexican Drug Cash 

Facebook Linked to Rise in Syphilis

Cultural Marxism

Pass the Soylent Green by John Zmirak

Mexico’s Drug Wars Rage Out of Control

New Species of Human Ancestor Found in Siberia 

Netanyahu for President by Thomas Fleming

The New World Order According to Arthur Jensen

Carl Schmitt, the Inquisition, and Totalitarianism 

Emile Cioran and the Culture of Death 

This Difficult Individual Eustace Mullins

The “Big Tent” Tradition 

Oil Reserves Exaggerated by One-Third

 Leaderless Resistance 

Neo-Fascist Review of Hurt Locker 

(hat tip to Andrew Yeoman for the following links)

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

                                                                                                  -Andrew Yeoman

Racism and Obamacare 

Prayer Warriors and Palin Organizing Spiritual Warfare to Take Over America 

Love, Sex, and the Male Brain 

Democrats Offices Across U.S. Attacked 

The Lesson of Detroit Is That Experts Do Not See a Collapse Coming 

79% Say U.S. Economy Could Collapse 

Lawmakers Eyeing National ID Card

14 Reasons Why Somali Pirates Run a $150 Million Per Year Business 

How Run Your Business Like a Somali Pirate 

The Deadly Art of Knife Fighting 

Rage and Health Care by John Robb

Lies About Knife Fighting 

Outlaw Motorcycle Clubs: Planned Tactics for the Collapse 

Huge Escalation in Organized Gangs Taking On the Police 

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

Improved Gadsden Flag - DONT TREAD ON ANYONE

Free Sex With Coupon 

Interview: Sebastian Ernst Ronin of the Renaissance Party of North America 3

Read it here.

Mr. Ronin is the Chairman of the Renaissance Party of  North America (RPN), for which I am the Secessionist Outreach officer.  This is a brand new party, having been formed only in December of 2009, and it is the only political party in North America that I would even consider becoming involved with at present.  The party’s mission statement and philosophical outlook is light years ahead of any of its competitors, as it combines syndicalist/distributist economics, radical decentralization, “archeofuturism” and other ENR-inspired ideas, anti-globalism, peak oil theory, anti-Cultural Marxism, anti-political correctness, anti-imperialism, a Spenglerian view of history, pan-secessionism, race-realism, a strident yet reasonable environmentalism, a social conservatism that is measured and libertarian, neo-paganism within a wider spirit of religious toleration, and criticism of mass immigration in the name of civilizational survival and self-preservation.  In other words, all of the best and most far-sighted contemporary ideas are being pulled together into a unified and syncretic whole.

Renaissance Party of North America (RPN)

Updated News Digest March 13-14, 2010 1

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

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”

The Case Against Domestic Military Detention by David Vittgers

Is Greece the Future of the United States? by Sheldon Richman

An Oscar for America’s Hubris by Robert Scheer

American Elites Abandon Their Faux Regret Over Iraq by Glenn Greenwald

Lessons of Vietnam Revisited by Andrew Bacevich

Come Home, America: Prospects for a Coalition Against Empire by Jeff Taylor

Iraq War Still a Mistake by Georgie Anne Geyer

Time to Leave Afghanistan by Rep. Timothy Johnson

Relax, the Empire’s in Safe Hands by Alexander Cockburn

Palestinians Should Now Declare Their Independence by Johann Hari

Drug War Without End by T. P. Wilkinson

Phantom of Mexican Narco-Guerrillas Haunt U.S. Security Chiefs by John Ross

Rachel Corrie’s Famil Finally Puts Israel in the Dock by Jonathan Cook

An Iraq Without Terror? by Patrick Cockburn

Thomas Sowell: Them Poor Ole Bosses Need All the Help They Can Get by Kevin Carson

National Id Cards Won’t Stop Terrorism or Illegal Immigration by Ron Paul

New York Lawmaker Wants to Ban Salt by Radley Balko

Centrally Planned Suburbia by Matthew Yglesias

Bakunin’s “The Political Theology of Mazzini” by Shawn Wilbur

The End of Newspapers by Marie Benilde

The Pentagon’s Runaway Budget by Carl Conetta

The Rogue Nation by Philip Giraldi

Washington’s Cult of Narcissism by Tom Engelhardt

Why Labor Is Mad at Obama by Laura Flanders

Chomsky on Haiti by Keane Bhatt

Congress of Corruption by William Blum

In the Shadow of Power  by Ralph Nader

Breaking the Fever of Militarism by Chris Floyd

Leaving Iraq by Daniel Larison

Victory In Iraq at Last (Not!) by Leon T. Hadar

Anarchists in the Student Movement from Infoshop.Org

Long Battles Erupt in Athens Protest March from Infoshop.Org

PIG Faces Suspension for Gun Draw at Snowball Fight from Infoshop.Org

Obama’s Potemkin Afghanistan by Justin Raimondo

The Truth Hurts by Jeff Huber

Third World War by Philip Jenkins

The Cheney Government in Exile by Joe Hagan

Is There a Middle East Solution? by William Pfaff

U.S. Needs to Let Go in Iraq by H. D. S. Greenway

What If the War Is for Nothing by Daniel Larison

The Trial of Azzam the American by Justin Raimondo

Heroic Icelanders by Lew Rockwell

Thoughts on America’s Jewish Ruling Class and Noblesse Oblige by Steve Sailor

“Free” Germany’s Police State by Paul Gottfried

Should Middle Class Americans Subsidize Six Figure Pensions for Government Workers? by Pat Buchanan

How Megachurches Would Profit from Temple Prostitution by Tim Worstall

Turn a Quarter of Detroit Into Semi-Rural Farms by Cory Doctorow

Corporate Propaganda: How Does It Work? by Stuart Bramhall

What Does the Left Need to Know About Prison? by Vikki

Poverty Without the State by Gary Chartier

Down With the Bosses! by Shawn Wilbur

Statists Don’t Get It by Darian Worden

Housing at Pine Ridge Indian Reservation Worst in the U.S. from Infoshop.Org

PIGS Arrest Queers at Canadian Drag Show from Infoshop.Org

Israeli Left Emerges from Coma Amid Atrocities by Mel Frykberg

Conservatives Are Running on Empty by Butler Shaffer

The Nuker-In-Chief by Eric Margolis

The Great Benny Hill: Another Casualty of Political Correctness from The Daily Mail

Zimbabwe’s Dispossessed Farmers Strike Back at the State by Peta Thornycroft and Sebastien Berger

Thank You for Not Expressing Yourself by Theodore Dalrymple

Police State America: Do You Feel Free Anymore? by Don Cooper

The Few, the Proud, the High School Students by Laurence Vance

Losing Your Mind: Is Modern Civilization to Blame? by Bill Sardi

The State Moral Code (What a Joke!) by William Norman Grigg

Armed Citizens: They’re Prepared Not to Be Victims from America’s First Freedom Magazine

Should America Apologize? Of Course! by Connor Boyack

Jesse Ventura Unscripted by Roy A. Barnes

Anti-Pot Propaganda by Paul Armentano

Walmart Cuts Price on Black Barbie Doll: The Sky Falls by Bill Anderson

Israel: The 51st State? Or the 1st? by David Kramer

The PIGS Protect Us From Beer by Bill Anderson

Woman Sprays PIG with Mother’s Milk by William Norman Grigg

Neutrality Is the Only Decent Foreign Policy by Ron Paul

 The Gods of the Empire Are Not the Gods of Vermont by Thomas Naylor

The Green Mountain Tax Haven by Thomas Naylor

Could Free Vermont Lead the World Back to the Gold Standard? by Thomas Naylor

Secessionists Need to Get Involved in Tea Parties by Tom Malinich

Are Security and Education Like Health Care? by TGGP

The War on Sports Gambling by Ross Everett

Collapse of the American Empire by Paul B. Farrell

Fidel Castro: Has He Survived 683 Assassination Attempts? by Rory Carroll

Kucinich and Paul Confront the Criminals in Congress 

The Health Nazis Continue to March in NYC by David Kramer

Anarchist Murdered by the PIGS in Athens from Infoshop.Org

The Angola Three: 37 Years of Solitary Confinement by Erwin James

Jefferson and Nullification by Clyde Wilson

Prepare for the Worst by Gerald Celente

Czars to Serfs: Shut Up and Pay Up by William Norman Grigg

Too Little, Too Late by Laurence Vance

Can a Christian Join the Tea Party? by Christopher Manion

Felix Ortiz Represents Government in Action by Mike Rozeff

A Love Letter from AIPAC to the U.S. Congress by David Kramer

The Thin Blue Whine, Pittsburgh Edition by William Norman Grigg

Biden in Israel: They Bitch Slapped Him Good by Justin Raimondo

An American in Zurich by Patrick Foy

How Not to Argue for IP by Kevin Carson

A Bit About Bourgeois Libertarianism by Thomas Knapp

European Anarchist Has to Cancel Trip to the U.S. by Matthew Rothschild

Worker Cooperatives: From Hippie Fringe to Economic Mainstream by Rina Palta

Jew Versus Jew: Protests, Threats Reach Fever Pitch Over Israel by Michael Gould-Wartofsky

“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 New Anti-Empire League David Henderson interviewed by Scott Horton

Obama Is Just as Bad as Bush Anthony Gregory interviewed by Scott Horton

Neocons Still Pushing for Iran Strikes Philip Giraldi interviewed by Scott Horton

The Empire Is Broke Ron Paul interviewed by Scott Horton

“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

“Take Your Stinking Paws Off Me, You Damn, Dirty Ape!” 

“God Damn You All to Hell” 

Morning Dew by The 31st of February

Dirty Mary and Crazy Larry 

When Kiss Ruled the World 

Homo Truck Driver 

I Made Linda Lovelace Gag by David Allan Coe

Now I Lay Me Down to Cheat by David Allan Coe

Fancy by Bobbie Gentry

Him and You  by The Pandoras (R.I.P. Paula)

Roll Over Beethoven by The Electric Light Orchestra

Showdown by The Electric Light Orchestra

(Commentary from Maury2k)

What Is the Partisan Tendency?

Hurt Locker Rocks 

Coup D’Etat in the U.S.A.? 

Blackwater and Civil War Two 

Robert Welch and the Principle of Reversal 

Saul Alinksy and the Venus Fly Trap for Radicals 

(hat tip to Chris Donnellan for the following links)

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

The Proposed National ID Card: Your Passport to a Police State 

The Properties of Property by Thomas Fleming

White People Have Less Sex Than Other Americans 

America, the Fragile Empire 

U.S. Can’t Afford Military Aid to Israel by Josh Ruebner

Thoughts on the Black Bloc 

Arrest Warrant for Netanyahu in Dubai? 

North American Dictators Do Their Shopping in Europe 

Greece’s Crisis Could Presage America’s 

High Immigration Rate Impacts the Unemployed 

Critical Mass by Brett Stevens

Aliens Visiting Earth Will Be Just Like Humans, Scientist Says 

Flee to the Fields 

Who Owns America? 

Urban Dumpster Diver’s Blog 

McDonald’s Parking Spot Dispute Turns Violent 

The Looting of $11 Trillion from the U.S. Economy 

Palin Crossed the Border for Canadian Health Care 

Why Many Americans Prefer Their Sundays Segregated 

Return of the Natives 

An Important Distinction: Democracy Versus Republic 

No Signs of Life on MARS by John Derbyshire

Pennsylvania Woman Charged with Trying to Recruit Terrorists

Tale of a Seditionist: The Lawrence Dennis Story by Justin Raimondo

(hat tip to Andrew Yeoman for the following links)

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

                                                                                                  -Andrew Yeoman

Massive Brawl in High School Sends 8 Kids to the Hospital 

The Guerrilla Gardening Homepage 

The Death of Layla Grace 

German Woman Writes Ground-Breaking Account of WW2 Rape 

Israel Liberation Week Hits UC-Berkeley 

Ethnic Violence in Nigeria Kills 500 

A Disposable Toilet That Could Help Grow Crops 

Disney Isn’t Punk, But He’s Punk Enough for Me 

The Smog of Race War in L.A. 

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

Improved Gadsden Flag - DONT TREAD ON ANYONE

Free Sex With Coupon 

The Consumer Protection Agency Reply

by Josh Fulton

http://joshfulton.blogspot.com/2010/03/consumer-protection-agency.html

I had heard about this, and hadn’t really thought much about it. I guess if I had any reactions to the idea, they were probably positive. Elizabeth Warren seemed likable and well-meaning, and if she’s pushing for it, why not?

Then I started watching this video of her on Charlie Rose, and I started thinking “Oh, it’s another regulatory agency.” One person’s “protections” are another person’s “regulations.”

I’m not exactly sure what this agency would “protect” or “regulate,” but the example Elizabeth Warren used was credit card contracts. The problem is they’re too long. Well, I think most people would agree with that, but how do we get the change most people want?

I think we can see how other “regulatory” agencies have worked in the past. Look at the SEC who let Bernie Madoff continue his Ponzi scheme for years despite warnings. Look at the FDA whose ‘Food Safety Czar’ is a former Monsanto chief lobbyist. Government regulatory agencies have a funny habit of becoming “captured.”

The solution isn’t government regulation, but free market regulation. Only the free market can determine what businesses deserve to succeed or fail. Some people may say that we have free market regulation now and that it hasn’t worked, but no, we do not have a free market in just about any sector of the economy.

Let’s just take a look at two different time periods to see how government intervention affects the economy in general. In 1920, industrial production fell 25%. Unemployment increased nearly nine fold. Yet the government did not intervene much, and the economy was in recovery beginning in 1922.

Compare this to 1930, when industrial production had only fallen 12% from its 1929 peak, but because of government intervention such as the Smoot-Hawley tariff and the National Industrial Recovery Act, the country spiraled into the Great Depression. No American depression had ever lasted so long.

Even today, government “regulations” are ever-present in virtually every industry. Between 2001 and 2009, there were 159 “economically significant” new regulations created. “Economically significant” means that they cost the economy $100M or more. The regulation ranged from boosting fuel economy standards for light trucks to continuing a ban on bringing torch lighters into airplane cabins. In 2009, $42.7B was spent just on “regulatory activities,” meaning issuing and enforcing regulations.

How does the government intervene in the credit card market? Well, the most obvious way is through the Fed setting the federal funds rate (even though the Fed is technically a “quasi-governmental” agency.)

The Fed allows Chase, BoA, and Citi, who collectively control over half of the nation’s outstanding credit card debt, to borrow for money .25%. That’s not a market rate. It’s a rate that’s created by the Federal Reserve. Anyone who wants to borrow at the same rate has to go through the hoops of chartering a bank. Is it any surprise that we begin to reward bad actors when we make it so difficult to enter a market?

The solution to “consumer protection” is to get rid of government-caused distortions in the market in order to allow competition, not to create new “regulators.”

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Someone showed me these comments about myself on the “Stormfront” white nationalist site. Read them here.

Now why is it that even fascists, Nazis, and “white supremacists” can discuss my perspective with some level of honesty, accuracy, and intelligence, but anarcho-leftoids can’t? What is it about contemporary anarchism that it seems to attract such dregs? Are such elements simply a manifestation of the decay of our civilization in its most extreme form? How did an ideological movement that is supposedly so visionary and far-sighted degenerate to its present level? Perhaps Ortega y Gasset had the answer to this perplexing question.

Updated News Digest March 6-7, 2010 3

Why Read the Sunday Papers When You Can Read AttacktheSystem.Com!

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”: Resist Politically Correct Fascism to the Death!!!

Quote of the Week:

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

AlternativeRight.Com Is Now Live! 

The Picture from NotAnotherConspiracy.Com

The Case for Graphic War Images by James Rainey

Top Ten Ways to Handle Attacks From Ideological Opponents by Stephen M. Walt (thanks, Flavio!)

The Road to Dictatorship by Justin Raimondo

Organizing Against the Empire: Where Left and Right Meet…Amicably by Paul Buhle

The American Empire: Before the Fall by Bruce Fein

A Refuge for Cowards: The Senate Extends the Patriot Act by Janice Lyn Stahl

My Plan for a Freedom President by Ron Paul

The War Party: A Paper Tiger by Justin Raimondo

Are Progressives Entirely Useless? by Tom Woods

Muslims Are Their Own Worst Enemy by Paul Craig Roberts

Is the Recovery Real? by Paul Craig Roberts

Eisenhower’s Nightmare Arrives by Franklin C. Spinney

War Guilt in the Middle East by Murray Rothbard

The U.S. Empire: Here Today, Gone Tomorrow by Niall Ferguson

Against “Special Relationships”: They’re Nothing But Trouble by Justin Raimondo

The Left-Right Conference on War by David Henderson

Has the U.S. Empire of Bases Reached Its High-Water Mark? by John Feffer and Tom Engelhardt

The Death Penalty for Killing Innocent Civilians? by Tom Gallagher

The Material-Witness Charade by James Bovard

The Ganja Games by Matt Siegfried

Revision and the Historical Blackout by Harry Elmer Barnes

U.S. Army Versus Afghan Guerrillas by Doug Casey

Limbaugh, Hannity, Levin Versus Ron Paul by Brian Wilson

A Quick Guide to Hyperinflation by Josh Silveira

Creating Money to Buy Government Debt by Richard Daughty

Arrest the Children: Justice Amerikan-Style by Eric Margolis

One-Term Obama? by Toby Harnden

The Secret Lives of America’s Debtors by Julianne Pepitone

License to Feed by David Kramer

Statists Complain of a Slippery Slope (Against Them) by Manuel Lora

The Tax Informant Program by Manuel Lora

Economic Crisis Equals Global Fascism by David Kramer

Ron Paul: U.S. Government Will Never Pay Off Debt from David Kramer

Does Starbucks’ Support the 2nd Amendment? by Karen De Coster

Latin America Resists the War on Drugs by Lew Rockwell

What Next? Yellow Armbands? by David Kramer

Shadow Armies, Hidden Casualities by Kelley B. Vlahos

Oops, Our Bad! by Jeff Huber

Habeas Challenges for Bagram Prisoners by William Fisher

Still Taking Exception by Daniel Larison

Dredging Up the Israel/Apartheid Question by Glenn Greenwald

Bad Clients by Ted Galen Carpenter

The Kids Are Alright by Gene Healy

 The Book of Genesis by R. Crumb: A Review by Gavin McInnes

America’s Growing Police State by Stuart Bramhall

Capitalism Versus the Free Market by Sheldon Richman

New Orleans PIG Pleads Guilty in Massive Cover-Up of Post-Katrina Shooting by Justin Elliot

Ford’s in His Flivver, All’s Well in the World by Kevin Carson

Now Enrolling: ATP 101-An Introduction to Anarchism by Brad Spangler

Cutting Up Your Credit Cards by Jesse Walker

“State of War” Declared by Greek Prime Minister from Infoshop.Org

Yugoslavian Anarchists Allege Prison Abuse from Infoshop.Org

The Unzism Debate by MRob

Imagine Free Vermont, the Switzerland of North America by Thomas Naylor

Truth and Consequences in Gaza by Norman Finkelstein

Whatever Happened to “We the People”? by Ralph Nader

Vaccines Are Dangerous by Dr. Don Miller, M.D.

It’s Not About Political Parties, It’s About Liberty by Michael Boldin

U.S. Narco-Imperialism by Fred Reed

Victor’s Justice: From Nurember to Baghdad by David Gordon

Will Eliminating Nuclear Weapons Make Peace More Likely? by Ivan Eland

How to Fight a Better War Next Time by Tom Engelhardt

Seasoned Journalist Versus Thomas Friedman by Allison Kilkenny

Doctors Without Morals by Leonard S. Rubenstein and Stephen N. Xenakis

 Government Debt: Our Own Greek Tragedy by Mark Steyn

The Coming Crash of the Euro by Douglas Casey

Liberal Delusions About Freedom by Jacob Hornberger

Government Agents Execute Handcuffed Kids by David Lindorff

Peeping Feds Spy on Your Family by John Whitehead

Hollywood: Where Everyone Hates Each Other by Chris Ayres

The State and the Court Intellectuals: The Greatest Threat to Liberty by Walter Williams

David Frum, Hatchet Man by Gary North

Wyoming Endorses Nullification by Michael Boldin

The State Protects…the State by Lew Rockwell

Police Abduction by Quota by William Norman Grigg

Malcolm X and Barry Goldwater: Great Anti-Establishment Minds Think Alike by David Kramer

If It Isn’t Authorized, It’s Prohibited by Radley Balko

Fascists Everywhere! by James Leroy Wilson

The Copyright Nazis: Destroying Intellectual Property Rights in Order to Save Them by Kevin Carson

The Impossibilists: The SPC and the One Big Union by Larry Gambone

They Are Ruthless, But Politely So by Jim Henley

PIGS Endanger Child, Charge Parents with Child Endangerment by Radley Balko

House Democrats Support Torture from Undernews

Innocent Man Dies of Medical Neglect in Nevada Prison by Naomi Klein

“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

U. S. Out of North America: It’s Time to Secede Kirkpatrick Sale interviewed by Scott Horton

The Meaning of the Alternative Right Richard Spencer interviewed by Tom Sunic

The Bill of Rights is Dead Nat Hentoff interviewed by Scott Horton

Obama Caves on Palestine Jim Lobe interviewed by Scott Horton

Why Would Anyone Attack America? Helen Thomas interviewed by Scott Horton

Richard Perle: The Worst of the Neocons Ryan Dawson interviewed by Scott Horton

The War Party’s Successful Lie Allison Kilkenny interviewed by Scott Horton

“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

American Nights by the Runaways

The Rebel by Black Sabbath

Department of Youth by Motley Crue (Alice Cooper cover)

Tiptoe Through the Tulips by Tiny Tim

“You Can’t Hide the Hook” Kiss on the Mike Douglas Show in 1974

Dancing with the Moolit Knight by Genesis

Musical Box by Genesis

The Hello People

About As Un-PC As It Gets by David Allan Coe

Sweet Home Alabama  by The Leningrad Cowboys

(Commentary from Maury2k)

American Chumps

Skateboarding with Obama 

Neo-Con Club 

Race Baiting for Dummies 

Forgotten Hollywood History 

Attack of the Couch Potatoes 

Jesse Ventura Versus Francis Parker Yockey 

Bush Drug War Follies 

Tricky Dick Launches the War on Drugs 

(hat tip to Chris Donnellan for the following links)

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

Giants in North America 

Retelling the History of New Mexico’s Native Americans 

Communism and Capitalism Are the Same Internally 

Early Modern Human Skull Includes Surprising Neanderthal Feature 

Why Humans Look Different From Neanderthals 

30,000 Year Old Child’s Teeth Shed New Light on Human Evolution 

The Top Ten Crazy Bastards Who Actually Changed the World 

Internet Overtakes Print in News Consumption by Americans 

Man Electrocuted to Death by Pissing on Power Line 

Human Culture Plays a Role in Natural Selection 

Trading Bibles for Porn in San Antonio

Anti-Gay Lawmaker at Gay Club Before DUI Arrest

Brain Science Versus Criminal Law

(hat tip to Andrew Yeoman for the following links)

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

                                                                                                  -Andrew Yeoman

Israeli Raid Called Off After Facebook Slip 

Police Video of Deadly Robbery

Tulsa Restaurant Patrons Step Over Shooting Victim to Reach Pick-Up Window 

Delusions of Masculinity by Jack Donovan

How Black America Foreshadows White America’s Future 

Women Held Back by Bad Women Bosses 

North American Army Created Without Ok by Congress 

Doctors Tell Barack Obama to Quit Smoking 

20-Yr-Old Man Charged with Raping 5-Yr-Old Girl 

Sheriff Launches Operation Exodus 

Widespread Rioting Coming This Week? 

Is Fascism the Wave of the Future? 

Ernst Zundel to Be Freed from Jail in Germany 

Levi Johnston: 19 Yrs Old and Over $20K in Arrears 

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

Improved Gadsden Flag - DONT TREAD ON ANYONE

Free Sex With Coupon