Sunday, May 31, 2015

Blanket Training is Tyrannical Torture…/comment-pag…/ I just recently heard about this tyrannical abuse of parental authority. I just wanted to give my two cents worth. First of all this demonstrates how these cults exalt the reigning household patriarch to a usurped position rivaling that of the Most High God, from a Christian standpoint. It is therefore a type of idolatry  In short , by rights, in a Christian home, the father is only authorized to enforce the commandments of the Bible, not to force his own whims upon his unfortunate subjects, under threat of domestic violence. In fact, even Islam, as relatively draconian as it might arguably be said to be, affords greater freedom than such a so called Christian patriarchy. It states, as I pointed out, that the only legitimate authority is in accordance with God's law, and must not establish any statute that exceeds the commands of God…/02/06/what-does-islam-say-about-leaders…/. Furthermore, Islam asserts the rightful duty of a person to stand up against injustice, even against one's own father But one need not convert to Islam in order to invoke divine sanction for a revolution against oppression. As the deist Thomas Jefferson stated, "resistance to tyrants is obedience to God" , and I've found that even a good number of Christians concur…/god-wants-us-challenge-sup…. So I for one shall continue to withstand such oppressive legalism, by any means necessary to counter it, including as a final resort proportional violent force.. My highest obedience is to my conscience. And I'd feel ashamed if I were to be remiss in resisting any unjust figures. As the Christian revolutionary founding father Patrick Henry said,…/quotes/p/patrickhen101580.html. One final quote, this time from a more recent president ,…/quotes/j/johnfkenn101159.html

The U.S.A. Is Becoming Increasingly Like The D.D.R. In an updating of the old red squads America is ,as ironic as it might sound, becoming more like a red fascist police state. For example, in The German Democratic Republic (East Germany) , the Stasi kept intelligence files on the people, and encouraged citizens to inform upon persons who might be disloyal to the regime . Terrorism Liaison Officers work with fusion centers to target persons of interest to the the surveillance state, and it's secret police forces As I've posted before in this blog, i strongly suspect that I myself have come to the attention of the Department of Homeland Security, and that fusion centers from Ohio to Pennsylvania have me on file. I've been stopped and confronted by everyone from sheriff deputies in Ohio, to a state trooper in Pennsylvania. So I surmise that either this blog has come to their attention, given it's stated stand point of left-libertarianism/philosophical anarchism, or I keep getting mistaken as being something other than altogether white Caucasian , and therefore I stand out in by in large white bread neighborhoods. Such ethnic profiling would be be particularly pathetic however, since not only is it not an accurate, and legitimate way of identifying potential criminal threats to the community, but also as it turns out from my extensive genealogical research, I am not at all of Native American descent as I had at one time been lead to believe. So while I might look Mediterranean to some people, I'm actually mostly a mixture of German, and Scot-Irish descent, with some Anglo-Norman , just for good measure. :) So the government spooks really tend to mess up. Not only in misidentifying a persons breeding, but also in prematurely tipping off a terror suspect. Fortunately for them, I am not a dangerous enemy of the state, not yet anyway ;) . Oh, and by the way, here is a helpful tip for all my fellow political dissidents, whether of the left, or right. A way to mask your internet searchs from the prying eyes of federal trackers is to use . Search engines such as namely Google collaborate with the secret police. But so far Duck Duck Go does not. So I think that opposition figures from around the world, and not just America ( Salutations my Russian readership :) ) can evade surveillance online. 

Tuesday, March 24, 2015

State Troopers Crack Down on Anti-Fracking Activists It seems to me that now of days the state troopers have become more like storm troopers. Whatever happened to free expression, and the right to petition for a redress of grievances? These civil liberties used to be able to be taken for granted as being protected under our constitutional republic. But now, as I've posted before in this blog, our freedom, and privacy is increasingly being eroded by the surveillance state, which has been established under both the P.A.T.R.I.O.T. act, and the NDAA. In the supposed interests of suppressing insurgents, and or militant groups, the government is infringing upon the lawful power to peaceably dissent. I am concerned that another civil war might erupt, if things continue to transpire as they have been. But I contend that when in the course of human events the political powers that be infringe upon the just powers of we the people to stand up for what we deem to be our rightful common good, and personal freedom, then the right to revolution is justified. For as our late president, John F. Kennedy stated, "Those who make peaceful revolution impossible will make violent revolution inevitable." If the state persists in making concerned citizens out to be terrorists, it may come to find that their concern will turn into a self fulfilled prophecy. We must not be eager to enter into sedition lightly. However we must also be ever vigilant in defending our land, and our liberty from oppressive authority. Preferablely by peaceacle means, and if necessary by forcible means. Ecological health, and political freedom are far too precious to be imperiled by the elite establishment, and it's collaborators in government. Time shall tell very well whom shall ultimately prevail. And in the end, after all is said and done, history shall judge. 

Wednesday, March 11, 2015

Review of Frozen

I just finished watching today the Disney animated film, "Frozen". It's supposedly based upon "The Snow Queen" by Hans Christian Anderson . But both I, and other have noticed that it's dissimilar to the before mentioned story. So I was wondering if it might by a mythical analogy to the case of the Marquise de Dampierre. Both she, and Elsa, the princess in the movie, lived lives of affluent seclusion due to a congenital abnormality which afflicted them, and of which they had trouble coping with, and controlling. And with the creation of the Michael Vey series of books…/Michael_Vey:_The_Prisoner_of_Ce…. I do not think it inconceivable that Disney would try to jump on the band wagon. smile emoticon With that being said, I might just be reading to much into it. Though I do also remember reading a novel called "Icy Sparks". So make of that what you will.;)

Sunday, August 31, 2014

Threat of Totalitarian Tribulation

You're probably are not aware, but I generate supplemental income by completing surveys on-line. Well one of these surveys rather freaked me out. It was concerning my opinions regarding the use of biometric chips in making purchases. ,, Now at first at least, this new technology will be voluntary, and used by the private sector, in lieu of credit/debit cards. See, the excuse given for turning the body into a human debit card, instead of just doing it the old fashioned way, is that the cards might be compromised by identity theft. So tying the RFID chip to something personal, such as the imprint of a vein, or fingerprint, would supposedly be securer. Plus, the companies that administer this will even offer special deals to those whom agree to get injected with this digital technology. What might be called the proverbial carrot approach. However, as a libertarian, I am concerned about the possibility of some potential corporative state gaining access to this personal information. Not only my financial transactions, but also my personal actions, such as my location, and movements. And even more alarming is the prospect, however dubious perhaps, that some sort of religio-political cult might take power, and mandate that everyone not only get injected with this sort of microchip, but also get tattooed with a certain symbol. As one might expect, Christians, based upon this one passage in the Book of Revelations, fear that this might be part of receiving the "mark of the beast" Now, I suppose that my atheist followers, on this page, will scoff at this prospect. After all, it would seem that there are parts of the Bible, pertaining to end time prophecy, that are anachronistic. For instance, the verses that state that the ones whom nailed Jesus to the cross will be amongst those who shall see him returning in the clouds. Clearly the author of this book of the Bible, among others, expected that Jesus Christ would return to this world sometime within his lifetime. In fact they have written as much So it would be understandable if people were to simply dismiss all of this as being ancient dystopian fiction. However, to quote The Clash, in their song "London Calling", "You know what they said? Well some of it was true.". Plus, as this Youtube video illustrates, there is currently a would be antichrist,  whom wants to use such microchips to control the population, and wants to slowly torture to death those who refuse it. So that's the potential proverbial stick. That some megalomaniac wacko might try to self fulfill biblical end times prophecy, by treating Revelations as if it were a script to follow, in establishing a totalitarian "new world order". So look, I myself am a deist, more than anything, and I do not believe that God is a person, and/or that any one person could ever personally embody God. As John Lennon put it, in his song "Instant Karma", "Who on earth do you think you are, a super star? Well right you are.But we all shine on
Like the moon and the stars and the sun
Well, we all shine on
Everyone," We all have souls, that are made in the "image of God". So therefore, as the Bible itself states, to a lesser degree anyway, we are all gods, . So no one has the right to exalt himself over others. We all have by rights free agency, and self government, which are bestowed upon us by the one true God of nature, mentioned in America's Declaration of Independence. And I shall never collaborate with, and/or capitulate to the New World Order, by taking it's mark. If this is ever mandated by the political power that be, in order for me to engage in commerce, then I shall become an agorist And furthermore, I expect that I'd be carrying out revolutionary resistance, until either the antichrist is defeated, or the messianic age of justice is brought about, In doing so, I'd be carrying out the historic work of the zealots,

Thursday, July 10, 2014

NSA HAS Been Snooping on Muslims, and Others As I've posted before on this blog, the U.S. surveillance state has been targeting persons due to their political views. I had at the time felt that the only persons who'd have cause to be concerned would be those whose ideology is either notably left, or right of center. As Noam Chomsky put it, "The Smart way to keep people passive, and obedient is to strictly limit the spectrum of opinion, but allow very lively debate within that spectrum." But now it turns out that the federal secret police has been focusing upon people's religious views as well, even those whom are members of the two major political parties of Democrats, and Republicans, such as the two attorneys in the above referenced news segment. The very repression that those such as my maternal grandmother, may she rest in peace, feared was transpiring under the Clinton administration has since come to fruition during the two subsequent administrations of George W. Bush, and Barack H. Obama Jr. I'm concerned though that a plurality of the American people will remain complacent in the face of such encroachment upon our civil rights, and liberties, as they do not relate to the particular people reported to have been affected by such actions. They might not feel that the established political power will turn there hostile sights upon them. All that I have to post in response to such apathy is this quote by Pastor Niemoller

Thursday, March 13, 2014

Libertarians Dispute the Root Causes of the Civil War

I just recently became aware of Jon Stewart's comedic commentary upon the remarks of right-libertarian pundit Andrew Napalitano's remarks on the U.S. Civil War, and Pres. Abraham Lincoln's role in it. I , especially from my perspective as a left-libertarian commentator, take a more nuanced view of the impetus of the war between the states. First off, I primarily agree with the remarks made in this article., namely this part, "As noted, these are views that enlist fundamentally ideological considerations of the sort that tends to exert a distortive effect upon the processes of historical inquiry. Finding neither particularly adequate, and both prone to one-dimensional and hyperbolic editorializing at the expense of historical complexity, I’ll offer the following two concurrent ground rules for any libertarian wishing to enter a Civil War discussion:
  1. One needn’t be for the Union to be against slavery.
  2. One needn’t be for the Confederacy to object to the North’s prosecution of the war.
As a further general observation, let it be noted that when libertarians say something stupid about the Civil War it usually stems from accepting only one of these ground rules and neglecting the other." For example the noted abolitionist, Lysander Spooner, a figure widely claimed by the right, and left libertarians alike, was supportive of the supposed right of the southern states to secede. And Abraham Lincoln himself proclaimed this, "If I could save the Union without freeing any slave, I would do it; and if I could save it by freeing all the slaves, I would do it; and if I could save it by freeing some and leaving others alone, I would also do that. What I do about slavery and the colored race, I do because I believe it helps to save the Union; and what I forbear, I forbear because I do not believe it would help to save the Union.” - So why so I believe the various southern states voted to secede from the Union? Bluntly put, because their leaders were a bunch of stupid sensationalists. Look, similarly to today, the conservatives of the time had been making out the Republican presidential candidates, first Fremont, and then Lincoln, out to be radical extremists. Look at these two historic political cartoons, and see for yourself. On Fremont , and on Lincoln Both were portrayed as favoring socialism, just as our current president, Barack Obama is made out to, by conservative rightists of today. So in my view, the south's struggle for separation from the federal government was an over reaction to what they thought was going to be an extreme social change, in which not only would their supposedly be the abolition of chattel slavery, but of wage slavery as well, And any other explanation, whether it pertain to slavery, or tariffs, falls short of standards of authentic historical validity. I understand how people will want to try to ennoble the conflict as either being about the freedom of slaves, from a unionist standpoint, or the rights of states, from a confederate bias, but really the war was in reality simply a tragic mistake.  P.S.In the interests of full personal disclosure, in case any of you were wondering, I am the descendent of Civil War veterans, whom all fought on the federal side. Most notably this man So I might be expected to hold a pro-northern bias, at least subconsciously, as due to the south's decision in favor of rebellion, I was at risk of never having been born, if my ancestors hadn't survived it. So my sentiments might be seen as being emotional, and not merely rational.