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United We Fall

UnitedWeFall Like you, I’ve heard “united we stand, divided we fall” hundreds of times, probably thousands. If fact, we’ve heard it so many times that by now it triggers emotions in us: All together we can’t be stopped! And so on. Except that it’s mainly a trap. Unity is the downward path – the road to decline. In fact, being united has value in very few areas of life. If you …

Cornerstones of Oppression: The Upper Middle Class

UpperMiddleClass Let me begin by making two things clear: First: Most upper middle class people have no intent to oppress. They’ve found themselves in an assigned role, and they are simply playing it. And let it further be said that the other class-groups (poor, lower middle class, etc.) would do precisely the same. Second: This article addresses the current role of the upper middle class in the West and especially in …

It’s Time to Abandon “God”

AbandonGod My apologies to anyone who feels hurt by my title. It would have been safer for me to avoid this subject entirely, but I’m convinced that it matters a great deal. So, let’s get to it: The word “God” has become confusing, distracting, and counterproductive. It carries immense baggage, and it’s time we let it go. Please understand that this is not an angry-atheist argument. I am not, in fact, …

What I Want from This Year’s Circus

Year’sCircus Years ago, Alvin Toffler convinced me that elections are merely reassurance rituals, and so I take no part in them. But these blaring spectacles – and especially the “every fourth year” variety – do have effects in the world, and so I peek in on them from time to time. This year’s circus is more interesting than most. Whatever else comes of it, things are clearly being shaken up. And …

Calling Things by Their True Names

CallingThings Somewhere along my travels, I found an old Chinese proverb that says this: The beginning of wisdom is to call things by their true names. I’ve found a great deal of value in that little saying. It is, in fact, a fundamental building block of human development. So long as we call things by false names, we maintain our own confusion and contribute to our own abuse. So, today I …

So, You’ve Been Made Superfluous…

madeSuperfluous In the US, 94 million people have “dropped out of the workforce,” and the unemployment situation is often worse in Europe. The ruling systems of the West have made these people superfluous. If you’re one of them, I’m sorry. It’s happening to millions of people right now, and it’s a horrible thing. (And it’s going to continue.) If you think this is your fault, you’re wrong. You are willing and …

Changing the World, Slowly

ChangingWorld Those of us who have seen beyond the noise and confusion of the present world system tend to become urgent about other people seeing the same things. And while this impulse may be understandable, it’s not realistic. By refusing to let go of it, we frustrate ourselves and subvert our efforts to help others. It makes no sense to sprint when the race is actually a marathon.

One Line in the Bible They Need You to Ignore

one-line-bible There’s one particular line in the Bible that is conspicuously shunned. It sits openly in Luke’s gospel, but it is nearly always glossed over… mentioned briefly and grudgingly at best. On one hand, I condemn this on grounds of intellectual honesty, but on the other, I can very well understand why people run away from it. Believing this line would turn anyone into a radical, and that could be dangerous.

How Anger Ruins Liberty

AngerRuins The libertarians are right about many things, and the general populace is notably libertarian in many ways. And yet, relatively few people have any interest in the libertarian “movement.” At this point, two or three generations of libertarians have wondered why they couldn’t get more people, but they have few answers, save for being more and more flamboyant. There are many reasons for the lack of libertarian ideas spreading of …

A Short Note to the Bitcoin Community: This Is the Time

BitcoinCommunity I’m not sure how much of the Bitcoin community I reach, but I think this is an important moment for us, and I want to get this out. Please pass it along if you see it as useful. Thanks. Threat Over, Time to Get Busy The Bitcoin XT effort seems to be over. I opposed it for two primary reasons: It was sold through fear. That always drives me away. …

The Triviality of Terrorism

TrivialityTerrorism In the general scheme of manmade disasters, terrorism is trivial. That’s not even debatable, as I’ll itemize below. Westerners who’ve been consuming televised fears for 15 years straight may object, but fear has nothing to do with truth… and very much the opposite. And I’ll skip through the obvious fact that I’m opposed to people being murdered by maniacs and the equally obvious acknowledgment that terrorism is a very big …

The Rape of the West

RapeWest I wanted to find a less ugly title for this article, but I couldn’t find one that still conveyed the depth of the crimes that are under way. So, apologies where they are due. In this post, I’m going to give you an overview of what is going on and an outline of how the schemes work. I am not going to “prove” everything I write with citations and math. …

Your Withdrawal of Consent

WithdrawalofConsent

Many of us, either in whole or in part, have withdrawn our consent from the current ruling regime. Up till now, however, I’ve never seen a form to document such a thing. Below you will find one. (Also available as a PDF.) I am under no impression that any ruling regime will acknowledge such a form, but I think it’s a healthy exercise to specify what you consent to and what you do not.

Seven Shocking Things That You Almost Certainly Didn’t Know

SevenShocking “You need to tell people about all the interesting things in your subscription letter,” one of my oldest friends told me. “We do,” I said. “We list them on the site and we even have a free report to get them started.” “Not enough,” she replied curtly. “Do more.” So, today I’ll take my friend’s advice and explain seven things that simply aren’t taught, that simply are true, and that …

The System Won’t Survive the Robots

SystemWontSurviveRobots It’s really just a matter of time; the working man’s deal with his overseers is half dead already. But there’s still inertia in the system, and even the losers are keeping the faith. Hope dies slowly, after all. Nonetheless, the deal is collapsing and a new wave of robots will kill it altogether. Unless the overseers can pull back on technology – very fast and very hard – the deal …

This Is – by Far – the Biggest Threat to Your Investments

investmants Have you ever noticed that nearly all the world’s surplus rests on Wall Street… or maybe in the City of London? I think this is something we should pay attention to. So, let’s face it directly for a moment: All the big investment markets are owned and controlled by the Western aristocracy: by politicians, high officials, mega-corps and deep-state operators. These people are fully in control of the markets; they …

The Snowden Effect

SnowdenEffect I’ve never met Edward Snowden, so please understand that I’m not trying to besmirch his character. And the truth is that I was thrilled when his disclosures hit. I was managing a professional-level VPN and traveling widely, warning people (who were often skeptical) about state-level surveillance. Edward Snowden vindicated me. But it’s now becoming clear that there is a serious down-side to the Snowden disclosures. I’ve been noticing it in …

Evil Is Weak

EvilIsWeak For clarity, let’s define “evil” as “the willful abuse of other humans.” By this definition, any person or persons who purposely manipulate other humans to their own ends – anything from tricking them into a bad business deal to extorting money from them to murdering them – are engaging in evil. Evil Almighty? From television, politicians, and endless “authorities,” we learn that evil is pre-eminent. God may be supremely powerful, …

We Are Great

great Every time I write one of these pieces, a certain number of people freak out, and often quite vocally. But it’s a huge mistake to define ourselves by what we’re against, and darkness is not all that exists in the world. And we are magnificent creatures. I want my writing to help humans realize that this is true, and to start acting on it. Decrying what is wrong has a …

The Breaking Dawn: a book review by Jim Davidson

firstreview Many of the readers of this publication will remember Paul Rosenberg’s book A Lodging of Wayfaring Men with considerable fondness. Some may be aware that he co-authored, with Sean Hastings, a book titled God Wants You Dead. I don’t think very many people in our community are aware that Paul has also written extensive technical manuals on electricity and electronics. He’s quite prolific.