Saturday, June 27, 2009

Horror Quotes

"I hate the Republicans and everything they stand for..."

-- DNC Chairman Howard Dean

Obviously he is not referring to the disgusting habit on the part of the Grand Old Party of bipartisanship, the compromising with and appeasing the anti-human nihilist trash, such as Comrade Dean, that make up the Democratic Party.

What Comrade Dean is likely referring to are the inconsistent occasions when the Republicans have upheld the basic rights of Man, such as Right of Life, followed by the subsidiary rights of Liberty and Property.

A right of the individual is a restraint upon the powers of government and society as a whole. Which is perfectly all right for those of us who are rational and productive. But to those who irrationally choose parasitism as their mode of existence an individual right is like staring at the muzzle of a shotgun that is aimed at their own heads.

Because a rational individual cannot be expected to willfully consent to having a parasite living continually at their expense, the parasite must resort to force and fraud in order to sustain its own life.

Thus the parasite must by necessity favor the establishment and maintenance of a state of dictatorship, with a fully functional apparatus of censorship and repression, and must oppose a free society with a government that is accountable to the citizen body.

He who has steel, has bread

– Benito Mussolini

To the parasites, power over the productive is necessary for their very existence.

In short, and I simply cannot emphasize this enough: POWER IS LIFE.

Any restraint on that power -- be it the freedom of speech and press, the rights to self defense and to bear arms, or the free election of public officials -- is a danger to the parasite's continued existence.

On the issue of violent crime it appears that the sympathies of parasites are not with the victims but are with the criminals, they will publicly object to the execution of a quadruple murderer but care nothing about his victims.

But then a parasite has a radically different conception of crime and punishment.

It is better to kill one hundred innocents than to let one guilty person go.

-- Dolores Ibarruri ("La Pasionaria"), Spanish Communist

A criminal act in a rationally governed society is a violation of an individual’s rights. In a rational society it is also understood that because human beings are not omniscient or always honest, it is therefore possible that an innocent person may be prosecuted for a crime by mistake or as a result of an act of malice. It is this fact that leads to the creation of the Due Process of Law that is practiced by a rational government. (And which is all too often twisted around by criminals and their legal supporters to their advantage.)

But a parasite is dependent on the violation of individual rights for his sustenance. Thus the parasite’s conception of crime and justice must be opposed to that of a rational society. Justice to a parasite is simply getting away with the parasitic mode of existence. Crime is simply any resistance, regardless of intent or degree, to the actions of the parasite.

My wealth is spear and sword, the stout shield which protects my flesh; with this I plough, with this I reap, with this I tread the sweet wine of the grape, with this I am the entitled master of the serfs.

-- Cretan Warrior (Quoted by John Keegan in A HISTORY OF WARFARE, page 242)

The parasite basically views the productive population as a form of livestock. Therefore anyone who objects to this status or otherwise resists the moral and legal primacy of the parasite is identified as a diseased animal and is dealt with as such. Sometimes the whole herd is subjected to culling, as the Ukrainians were under Stalin. Lenin’s command to kill the Kulaks and Ibarruri’s open contempt for the lives of others were not aberrations, they are simply instances of the normal behavior of parasites in power.

Rational people will tolerate the long and drawn out appeals process for death penalty cases, as frustrating as it is, because they want to be certain that an innocent person will not be put to death. The parasites, when they are in absolute power, simply don't care.

Rational people believe in liberty and justice. Parasites on the other hand, don't care how high the pile of human corpses is as long as they are firmly seated on top.

What are your questions on this block of instruction?

Sunday, June 21, 2009

Just A Reminder

Humanity is not merely a physical condition, it is a state of mind. To be human is to be essentially rational and productive. The human mentality (or soul) looks upon the world, the land, the animals and plants, the natural forces, as things to be mastered for the benefit of himself and his posterity. On the other hand, the predator, or savage mentality does not seek to to master the world, but to be the master of men. The savage prefers not to sustain himself by his own effort, but to seize and consume the lives and property of others for material and spiritual sustenance. To the predator, justice consists of "getting away with it" -- those who rightfully resist the predator are to be punished or destroyed.

-- Leslie Bates, The Resister, Vol VI, N. 1, Page 42

What are your questions on this block of instruction?

Friday, June 19, 2009

What Is Civil Order

Another old text file that I found which I shall post verbatim:

Subj: Enemies of Civil Order.
From: Leslie Bates #105
To : All
Date: Sun, Nov 27, 1994 7:59:17 AM

I found the following item on the talk.politics.guns newsgroup:

> From: Terry Liberty-Parker
>> Date: 18 Nov 94 12:20:07
> The New Enemy
> "Parameters", the journal of the Army War College, has
>published an article by a Maj. Ralph Peters which identifies
>the next "enemy" of the "Politicized" Bill/Hillary Clinton
>military as U.S. Patriots, defined as the "Warrior Class".
>Patriots are described as "Erratic Primitives of Shifting
>Allegiances, Habitated to Violence with no stake in Civil Order".

And I posted the following reponse:

Civil Order as understood by adherents of the Platonic/Hegelian/Marxist/Nazi collectivist ("progressive," "caring," etc.) philosophical tradition is a social state in which we, the hominid livestock, live as directed by our self appointed masters.

The bipedal cattle who do not obey are visited by the "Guardians"/SS/ATF or other such creatures.

Civil Order in the real world as described by Aristotle and Ayn Rand is the societal condition in which we, the humans, are free to live by our own judgement of the facts of reality for our own purposes, without being put upon by thugs and tyrants.

The enemies of true civil order will always try as Orwell warned us, " make lies sound truthful and murder respectable," as had happened at Waco. When we accept the defintions given by our enemies, we lose. For the Clintons and their collaborators to call us "Erratic Primitives," is nothing less than a Nazi style smear.

In the real world we must define or be defined.

The Clintons and the other self styled "progressives" have tried, through their so called "health reform" and other such actions, to force us into a state of dependency and servitude. To turn the United States of America, the greatest nation on this planet into a vast slave labor camp. These are not the actions of the defenders of "civil order." These are attacks on civilization and Mankind as such.

We must see reality for what it is, things for what they are, and people for who they are. We, the defenders of American Civilization, must show our families, friends, and neighbors that we are who we are, and that our enemies are what they are.

Socialism is slavery and socialists are slavers. And as far as I am concerned, all slavers, regardless of what auditory garbage they put forth as an excuse, are enemies of Mankind fit only for extermination.


Something I Wrote In 1995

Last summer I was a witness to a drive-by-shouting.

I was attending the annual meeting of the National Rifle Association in Minneapolis. It was early in the morning, I had just picked up my name tag and was going to spend some time at a downtown newsstand. As I left the convention center a white Honda sped past and an emaciated college-age girl stuck her head out the window and shouted "KILLERS!"

I took this as an instance of the kind of mindless posturing that is indulged in by the walking brain-death cases that one finds on university campuses. At the time it was amusing. Had such an incident occurred in the days following the bombing of Oklahoma City, I would have found such an incident to be frightening.

In the wake of the bombing there has been in electronic and print media a major campaign to smear gun-owners and to blame the patriot militias for the bombing. In one case, "Day One," a televised "news magazine" attempted to link The RESISTER with such sub-sapient garbage as the so-called Aryan Nations. No assertion was too absurd in the effort to dehumanize any citizen who thought for himself, and accepted personal responsibility for the safety of himself, his family and his country.

Those citizens or groups such as the NRA who ask that the United States be governed in a constitutional and civilized manner are demonized as hatemongers. Accurate descriptions of the character and conduct of the president and of certain anti-constitutional federal agencies are dismissed as paranoid, weird and outrageous. Objections to the further repressive measures demanded by the attorney general and the FBI are denounced as hysteric. Calls for justice for the scores of American citizens murdered at the hands of federal officers are simply blanked-out.

The Star-Tribune of Minneapolis on its Sunday editorial page of 30 April, 1995, has scapegoated the NRA for the bombing of Oklahoma City. In total defiance of reason it declares:

[T]he Oklahoma City bombing is a bloody shirt that the NRA and lots of others are going to have to wear for a long time.

This is beyond appalling, this is beyond outrageous, to anyone who understands the lessons of history it is absolutely frightening.

The Star-Tribune (and the media establishment in general) continues to show it's long standing hatred of the intellectually and morally independent, and of the men and women who accept the full responsibilities of American citizenship. In imputing guilt to the innocent it shows it's continued contempt for justice.

I am afraid that in scapegoating patriots and in endorsing the expansion of federal power, the Star-Tribune and others in the electronic and print media have taken more steps toward the construction of a American Auschwitz.

Wednesday, June 17, 2009

Some More Old Stuff.

Something I found on an old 3.5 inch floppy disk. I think I submitted this somewhere... I did polish it a bit before posting it here.

Once upon a time ago the Minneapolis Star-Tribune (a.k.a. the Star-Pravda, or as my former landlady (Years before "she" had "the operation") simply called it: "the Hammer and Sickle") ran on page F14 on the January 7, 1996, Sunday edition, a review of the second edition of "Snapping: America's Epidemic of Sudden Personality Change" by Flo Conway and Jim Siegelman. (Stillpoint Press, $14.95 SC)

I don't know if the review accurately portrays the content of the work, but the StarTribune did have (and still has) a statist agenda and this review does appear to promote it.

I'll try to summarize the review and throw in some comments.


The reviewer "Tom Di Nanni," (whom I am quoting) claims that the book "offers some credible and chilling possibilities," in answer to the question of how such events as the tragedy of Waco and bombings of the World Trade Center and Oklahoma City.

The authors believed that they a common element in the behavior of cult members. "Former members consistently talked about a moment when their minds seemed to 'snap'."

"Snapping" was the term the authors used to describe the sudden, drastic alteration in personality that was fast becoming an American epidemic.

The authors believe that snapping was not the result of "classic mental illnesses such as paranoia or schizophrenia," but of something they named "Information Disease," in which the communication techniques used by "cults ... and so-called 'Christian' survivalist militia ... can alter the way the brain processes and assimilates information."

"Information Disease" is a fundamental alteration of a person's information-processing capacities, the fundamental way a person thinks, feels, remembers and makes choices. Simply put, if the human mind is subjected repeatedly and persistently to information that contradicts what it previously "knew," the new information will replace the old. In order to accommodate the new and contradictory information, the mind will alter how and what a person remembers and how that person perceives his or her environment.

The "new" information can be packaged in hours of Krishna chants or in hour after hour of David Koresh's "Bible studies." It can enter and alter the mind in the apocalyptic sermons of religious fundamentalist preachers or in the incessant claims of militia leaders that "the government is out to get us."

Furthermore the authors:

... describe a predictable "death spiral" that ran wild in Jonestown and Waco as believers became fanatic zealots. The spiral is evident in the message and tactics of "Christian Patriots" whose cult-like recruitment methods and ritualized indoctrination could have contributed to, and may have even spawned, the events in Oklahoma City.

If the authors are right:

... "snapping" is a threat to all of us. we are inundated with masses of information and mountains of technology. Many of us feel overwhelmed and overloaded as our minds try to turn that information into something meaningful. In that state of confusion, we become susceptible to information manipulation -- by advertisers, political "spin doctors," idealogues, and religious extremists.


The distinction between reason and faith is completely blanked out.

With the exception of the philosopher kings, represented here by Tom the Nanny, man is merely an automaton that responds to stimuli. Any actual evidence that the government is acting in a consistently criminal manner is dismissed as invalid. Everyone who attempts to resist the forces of treason and tyranny is identified as being insane and should be dealt with as such.

The between the lines message is damned obvious.

Since no man is to be trusted to run his own life, the all-knowing state, so beloved by the Star-Tribune, will run his life for him. In order to save man from "Information Disease" it will be necessary to institute a program of censorship.

The act of censoring prevents men from obtaining the knowledge they require to exercise rational judgment in the course their lives, often being reduced to acting on emotional impulse. Censorship reduces man to a less than human mode of existence. In such a state a man is driven, as livestock is, along a course he would never have rationally chosen.

In short, censorship is an act of enslavement. My favorite Science Fiction author, Robert A. Heinlein had this to say about the practitioners of slavery:

If the human animal has any value at all, he is too valuable to be property. If he has any inner dignity, he is much too proud to own other men. I don't give a damn how well scrubbed and perfumed he may be, a slaveowner is subhuman.

In my personal view, slave owners and those who seek to act as such are subhuman creatures fit only for extermination.

The practitioners of censorship have chosen to behave as slave owners, I seek only to treat them as such.

[I must admit that during the earlier media hysteria campaign about cults in the late '70's, I was once literally in fear of being grabbed off the street by cultists and "programmed". This fear was certainly unfounded. On the one and only time I was approached my a member of the Unification Church, I simply told him that I was an atheist and he simply went away.]

Now, what are your questions on this block of instruction?