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America: Freedom to Fascism [16 Jun 2006|07:28am]

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invitation [01 May 2006|04:52pm]

[ mood | calm ]

Emily here, with the announcement that Michael Badnarik's official campaign Journal Community, badnarik_in_dc, is now up. Libertarians here know he was our presidential candidate in 2004; now he's set his sights on a congressional seat for 2006. And every second amendment enthusiast here probably knows Michael is a huge fan of 'voting with a bullet'. He certainly owns enough guns for it.

Though the district is in Texas, we've received a wide range of national support, and I already have volunteers from many different states. If you would like to help, or just be kept updated on campaign news and events, please come and join. All are welcome.

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Wanna See him gone? [07 Sep 2005|06:05pm]


Take the image from this site and plaster it on every telephone/light pole in your city. We did it last weekend, most of them were gone in a few days, but we are going to put up 1000 this weekend instead of 600.

Have them wake up the next day to see how many people don't want him around!
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[25 Jul 2005|09:50am]

Ok so I saw that movie "Loose Change" about September 11th.

I went as a skeptic, but man that movie convinced me that this was not what everyone thinks it is...

You HAVE to see this movie.

The guys who made the film are moving here where I live in a few weeks.

See the movie, if you think you can find a hole in the logic, a problem with the reasoning, etc., let me know.... I'll bring it up to them.

I'm getting the DVD and I will make a copies and send it to you for free.

just give me your mailing address (either here, or email at: jeff6179@sbcglobal.net)

if you want an official copy (http://www.loosechange911.com)

x-posted all over the motherfuckin' place.
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votewithabullet [30 Jun 2005|02:06pm]

how literally do y'all mean that?
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[08 May 2005|10:40pm]

Image hosted by Photobucket.com _o_m_f_g_h_o_t_
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about that time again... x-posted with wild abandon [06 Apr 2005|08:34pm]

Austrian School of Economics: Revisionist History and Contemporary Theory, Joseph Salerno
June 6-10, 2005
Mises Institute, Auburn, Alabama

Joseph Salerno , professor of economics at Pace University, is a leading figure in today’s growing Austrian School. He has been a pioneer in many fields, including monetary theory, comparative systems, the history of thought, and the economics of war. After the death of Murray N. Rothbard in 1995, Salerno assumed the editorship of the Review of Austrian Economics, together with Hans-Hermann Hoppe and Walter Block. He is now editor of its successor and current flagship scholarly journal, The QuarterlyJournal of Austrian Economics.

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Make A Difference [23 Jan 2005|10:50pm]

[ mood | energetic ]

Ammo and Activism - The only Votes which Count

I regret the late introduction, boys and girls. I was keen to find and see this journal when it first came to my attention. It is surprisingly hard to find serious activists against the twin pillars of the Democrats and Republicans (including the assorted lackies attached to both). A revolution against this entanglement of paper-trails and lies must be on the cutting edge, geared entirely and unshakeably towards cutting deep into the future. Hopefully, all of you are prepared for this, at least in some basic form.

This is your chance, my fellow resisters, to make a change, and become part of the great things which shall replace the shattered societies of today.

Whilst many of the associated doctrines in activism against the enemy contain the best intentions, the ideologies themselves are mired in the past and have found little in the way of adaption to the particulars of the 21st Century.

We should all be active - wheresoever we can be - in as many LJ communities, websites, debates, marches, projects, protests, grassroots initiatives and direct actions as is possible. For us to make any change at all, we must do it now, and must do so with all the skill and fervour we can muster, for we can stall no later - we must make our big push now. Either we shall succeed entirely or fail entirely - nowhere in-between - and we cannot simply accept the defeat sitting down. Our societies, our planet and our very survival depend upon it.

Thank you for reading this.

Until the next time,

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[12 Dec 2004|06:36pm]


Sorry, please don't eat me.
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[07 Nov 2004|10:36pm]

To the people of all other countries,

Please, don’t be fooled. I know it’s hard not to be disappointed in the citizens of the United States of America after this past week when the worst president in the history of my country was re-elected by the electoral college and the popular vote. At least before we could take solace in the fact that he wasn’t actually elected, it was a glitch, a sneaky political game, but this time he was elected. It is very depressing, and we’re all really feeling it. What seemed like the largest mobilization of the mainstream and average citizens against a dirty politician couldn’t turn out the results, and I fear that a lot of the mainstream will loose its faith in the belief that we can effect change in our government, which was a light that had begun to spark in the eyes and minds of many more people in this country. And it is only because we hate this president so much that everyone has become so mobilized in the mainstream against him. The actions of this administration have forced everyone to care about politics and our government’s actions again. Our voter turnout this year was almost 60%, up from the low 40s that our presidential elections usually turn out. But please do not blame us for repeating this tragedy. For while our president received more votes than any other presidential candidate in the history of our country, so did his opponent. Most people didn’t actually like the opponent, but he was our only other choice. And we were given a pretty crappy choice. The night of the election as I watched the map of my country have its states colored in by red or blue, and watched the electoral college votes tally up, I had a sinking feeling whenever the president was ahead. But, when his opponent pulled ahead, I can’t say that feeling, that idea of the opponent being elected, was much better. Had we had a candidate that was against the war in Iraq, who wanted to get our troops out as soon as possible (I would say our businesses as well, but that’s just a hoop dream), this would have been a real campaign, there could have been a real debate, and the election would have been a referendum on the war, the first time the citizens had a chance to say whether or not they approved it, and I really feel that this president would not have been re-elected. So the people that voted for his opponent were not really voting for him as much as they were against the president. And more people voted against the president than have voted for any presidential candidate in history up to this election.

The president and his party knew how to mobilize voters, though. Planning ahead, proposals to add the definition of marriage as one man and one woman to state constitutions were put on the ballots in eleven states in this country, to be voted on when we voted for president. Unfortunately, all eleven of them passed, and unfortunately my state was one of them, where gay marriage is already outlawed in three other ways in the state. The addition of proposals like these mobilized conservative voters to get out to the polls to vote in favor of them and in favor of discrimination. And even though our economy is going down the drain, good paying jobs are being lost in the millions and being replaced by minimum wage jobs, our country is fighting two wars, creating a huge mess in one and pretty much completely ignoring the other, at the end of the day voters decided that the candidates’ stand on “moral” issues such as abortion and gay marriage were more important.

But, really, don’t blame us for it. I strongly believe that when the dust settles, we’ll find out that there was a lot more to the story of how the president got all those votes. The exit polls earlier in the afternoon this past Tuesday showed a strong lead for the president’s opponent. People are saying that the exit polls must have been wrong or inaccurate because people simply didn’t want to admit that they voted for the president. No one seems to be taking that as a sign of cause for concern. Okay, so, even if there are a few people that don’t want to admit that they voted for the president because this administration has shamelessly used fear to gain support, even though they think the president is an idiot, why would so many people do that to the point where it would skew exit polls so greatly? Doesn’t it seem to point more to the possibility that the vote count was somehow rigged?

And, call me skeptical, but Ohio was implementing new electronic voting machines this year, made by a “non-partisan” corporation, whose CEO just happened to be the previous head of the president’s campaign in the state, who said that he would deliver the Ohio vote to the president. And then, it just happens to be Ohio that the entire election comes down to, and it just happens to be won by the president.

And what about that state that caused so many problems in the last election? The same list that disenfranchised so many black voters in Florida last year was back this year. It was a list of felons which were not allowed to vote. About the same amount of black voters were on the list as Hispanic felons which were left off, because Hispanics tend to vote republican and blacks tend to vote democratic (indeed, 93% of the Detroit vote went to Kerry). Voter registration cards of democrats were ripped up. People hired by a republican marketing group approached people on the street to survey them on who they wanted to win the election. If they said Bush the survey taker said, “great! Are you registered to vote?” and if they weren’t, they would register them right there. If they said Kerry the survey taker said, “thank you, I’ll record your response” and moved on.

I seriously believe that tens of thousands of democratic votes were intentionally suppressed.

55 million people in this country voted against the man elected president. Do not think that this country believes in this façade.

But maybe I'm just in denial. I've been getting too caught up in election politics that I've lost sight of how fucked up the whole thing it is and how much a waste of my time it is.
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[01 Nov 2004|12:01am]
Just wanted to share this: http://yourapathy.net/political_tv_commercials.html

I found it funny and maybe some of you can relate. Pass it on...

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Say NO to hate groups. [13 Oct 2004|10:45am]

[ mood | busy ]

Hey there I thought you'd want to sign this important petition.


Please spread this around as much as possible. asap.

This is against the full hour Anti-kerry documentary scheduled to be run in the battleground states before the election. This trite mockery of Going Upriver: The Long War of John Kerry (2004) funded by conservatives should catch as much fleck as it deserves. Sinclair networks (think Fox, WB) is giving a full hour for this for free in the stead of Nightline.

Here is a link to letter I sent to Sinclair networks if you're interested.

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[09 Oct 2004|11:27am]

Kerry gave a shout out to all his Atheist supporters, how awesome is that...

Political recognation.


You'd think the cold war was over or something...
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something for all... [24 Aug 2004|01:40am]
something for all to partake in during the Republican National Convention'

.Lets show them thier actions are not justified, and they cant just ignore the violence that thier doing.

CHECK OUT:www.RuDoPeace.org or


this is the perfect oppurtunity to do something and be part of the momentum to tear down the walls and boxes created to disorient us for the sole purpose of weaking and taking advantage of us. THIS WEEK WE SAY FuCK you!1No! MoRE!!!




dont ignore THIS week, go support a punk show,

RemBer They CaPitalize off our unhappiness, our discouragement, our feeling of helplessness, and our feeling of unpossibility.


Every action Taken IS NOT A LONE OR single ACTION but is part of a massive collective struggle for individuality and our freedoms

Every Act is AnACTofRECLAMATION of and over ouR LIVES
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If you plan on voting for Kerry... [01 Aug 2004|01:21pm]


Ask yourself this:

"If, after Kerry wins, will I be able to look the next person from the Middle East I see in the eyes, and tell him with a straight face that I thought Kerry was opposed to the war?"

"Look, I hate to be so bitter about it, but can anyone really blame me for being a little, uh, cranky. After all, here we are faced with a "choice" of war criminals this November, one whose atrocities are in the past and another whose crimes are more recent. We can vote for a paranoid depressive with a megalomaniacal foreign policy, or for a megalomaniac with a history of violence and unmitigated narcissism."

This is a personal aside to those who think Kerry is opposed to the war: What the fuck are you smoking? Not to be rude, but the man has stated over, and over, and over again that his only conflict with Bush is the way in which Bush manages the Empire.

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More Filthy Lies... [01 Jul 2004|03:43pm]

"The remarks of these two persons are the product of either ignorance or deliberate fabrication. This remark—"I don't know what Mises said about this matter"—indicates that these two persons are engaging in idle speculation based on second hand rumors.

This is the sort of ‘argumentation’ that socialists are currently reduced to. With the collapse of the Old Soviet-type systems and widespread failure of western welfare/regulatory states, the left has taken to recasting the pro-free market position as a pro-interventionist position based on ideology, rather than science.

This is absurd, but what else can they do? They worship the state and wish it to expand greatly, but face an obstacle in trying to argue against ‘Free Marketeers’ who can point to a vast number of interventionist failures of the past. How can socialists argue against this? Direct argumentation is out of the question, so the only choices that socialist ideologues have are to admit that they are wrong or to place the burden of defending government failures on advocates of ending government intervention.

The illogic of the latter course of action is obvious, but if such persons were thinking logically, they would find their own opinions indefensible. The opinions of Doszyn and Albert demonstrate just how weak the case against Austrian economics really is."
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[20 Jun 2004|11:29pm]


Are Markets Boring?

by Llewellyn H. Rockwell, Jr.

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[13 May 2004|07:50pm]


Moon Over Washington

Why are some of the capital’s most influential power players hanging out with a bizarre Korean billionaire who claims to be the Messiah?

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[08 May 2004|09:01am]

Mises University 2004 (Second Session)
August 1-7, 2004
Auburn, Alabama

To accommodate demand in its 19th year, the Mises University has expanded to two summer sessions, different not in content or level but only in faculty and some subject areas. Come deepen your knowledge of the Austrian School, or discover it for the first time. The entire program of the Second Session will take place at the Mises Institute in Auburn, Alabama. The first session runs June 6-12, 2004.

More than a field within economics, the Austrian School is an entirely different approach that dissents from the mainstream on method, theory, and policy. It views economic actors as unique, conscious, and freely choosing individuals, not as undifferentiated data to be manipulated mathematically or politically.Collapse )

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The Church of Morris Dees [05 May 2004|07:59am]

This article is pretty much true. I'm attending some conferences at the Mises Institute, which they love to slander. I guess no one told them that Mises and Rothbard, two of the main figures around here, were Jewish, or that the president is, or that several senior fellows are.
I also guess they forgot to read such pieces by Rothbard such as "The Black Revolution."
What a bunch of con-artists.

The Church Of Morris Dees
Harper's Magazine, Nov, 2000 by Ken Silverstein

How the Southern Poverty Law Center profits from intolerance
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