Abbey’s Road: Liberty is the Monkeywrench Against the State by Bill Buppert

“The tank, the B-52, the fighter-bomber, the state-controlled police and the military are the weapons of dictatorship. The rifle is the weapon of democracy… If guns are outlawed, only the government will have guns. Only the police, the secret police, the military, the hired servants of our rulers. Only the government—and a few outlaws. I intend to be among the outlaws.”

“Fantastic doctrines (like Christianity or Islam or Marxism) require unanimity of belief. One dissenter casts doubt on the creed of millions. Thus the fear and the hate; thus the torture chamber, the iron stake, the gallows, the labor camp, the psychiatric ward.”

“A patriot must always be ready to defend his country against his government.”

“Anarchism is founded on the observation that since few men are wise enough to rule themselves, even fewer are wise enough to rule others.”

-Edward Abbey

I am opposed to the government death penalty; I am also pro-life which makes me blessedly consistent.  I don’t trust the government to be able to have the responsibility to mete out the severest penalty and to do it either professionally or with no ill intent.  In the smaller sense, the evidence is massive of the queue of innocents who have been shot, hanged and poisoned for crimes they did not commit.  In the larger sense, government puts us all on death row and it is just a matter of time before the cops kill you in your home or vehicle or we suffer a massive die-off in America from an EMP burst that takes us from zero to 1850 in one second.

I use this preamble to frame my severe skepticism of the state doing the right thing…ever….. Read More

Abbey’s Road: Liberty is the Monkeywrench Against the State by Bill Buppert

The Age of Petty Tyrannies

 

By John W. Whitehead May 14, 2018

We labor today under the weight of countless tyrannies, large and small, carried out in the name of the national good by an elite class of government officials who are largely insulated from the ill effects of their actions.

We, the middling classes, are not so fortunate.

We find ourselves badgered, bullied and browbeaten into bearing the brunt of their arrogance, paying the price for their greed, suffering the backlash for their militarism, agonizing as a result of their inaction, feigning ignorance about their backroom dealings, overlooking their incompetence, turning a blind eye to their misdeeds, cowering from their heavy-handed tactics, and blindly hoping for change that never comes…. Read  More

 

It’s Time to Start Imagining a Post-Police World — Why Abolishing the Police is Not a Crazy Idea

Abolishing American police might be our only hope to reform police brutality, violence, and skyrocketing incarceration rate.

“…..The police spend very little of their time dealing with violent criminals — indeed, police sociologists report that only about 10% of the average police officer’s time is devoted to criminal matters of any kind. Most of the remaining 90% is spent dealing with infractions of various administrative codes and regulations: all those rules about how and where one can eat, drink, smoke, sell, sit, walk, and drive. If two people punch each other, or even draw a knife on each other, police are unlikely to get involved. Drive down the street in a car without license plates, on the other hand, and the authorities will show up instantly, threatening all sorts of dire consequences if you don’t do exactly what they tell you.

“The police, then, are essentially just bureaucrats with weapons. Their main role in society is to bring the threat of physical force — even, death — into situations where it never would have been otherwise invoked, such as the enforcement of civic ordinances about the sale of untaxed cigarettes.”

This overcriminalization of, well, living, has exploded prison populations and adversarial policing to a profoundly negative effect……” Read More

It’s Time to Start Imagining a Post-Police World — Why Abolishing the Police is Not a Crazy Idea


I have been pushing this idea for years. The police are blasphemers ( as policing is based upon moral relativism) & usurpers at best.
They are a fairly new institution on the scene, and only about 100 years old.

What did we do to protect ourselves, before we had someone lording over us on each street corner? We had the country sheriff, and you and I: The militia.
And it worked for over 300 years on this continent before the very bad idea of “cops” appeared. Bring back the “Constitutional Militia”!  here & here

This assault on myself in Seymour Missouri further illustrates how useless and detrimental to our rights our “police” are. I could easily relate a dozen more horrific personal  cop stories. 

I have just finished reading and listening to the following 2, well researched books.  The occulted history of policing  in them is fascinating.

By Radley Balko - Rise of the Warrior Cop
By Radley Balko – Rise of the Warrior Cop

 

Battlefield America: The War on the American People
Battlefield America: The War on the American People

~MFP


 

(Israel) Seventy Years Of Turmoil, Treachery, Death And Destruction

Four days from now, May 14, 2018, will mark the 70th anniversary of the creation of the Zionist State of Israel. Most Americans—and especially most Christians—labor under the delusion that the modern State of Israel is a fulfillment of Biblical prophecy of ancient Jews returning to their homeland. Nothing could be further from the truth……Read More

Posted by Chuck Baldwin on Wednesday, May 25, 2011

 

We’re All Trespassers Now in the Face of the Government’s Land Grabs

By John W. Whitehead May 08, 2018

 

 

No power on earth has a right to take our property from us without our consent.” — John Jay, first Chief Justice of the United States

We have no real property rights.

Think about it.

That house you live in, the car you drive, the small (or not so small) acreage of land that has been passed down through your family or that you scrimped and saved to acquire, whatever money you manage to keep in your bank account after the government and its cronies have taken their first and second and third cut…none of it is safe from the government’s greedy grasp.

At no point do you ever have any real ownership in anything other than the clothes on your back.

Everything else can be seized by the government under one pretext or another (civil asset forfeiture, unpaid taxes, eminent domain, public interest, etc.).

The American Dream has been reduced to a lease arrangement in which we are granted the privilege of endlessly paying out the nose for assets that are only ours so long as it suits the government’s purposes.

And when it doesn’t suit the government’s purposes? Watch out.

This is not a government that respects the rights of its citizenry or the law. Rather, this is a government that sells its citizens to the highest bidder and speaks to them in a language of force…..Read More

 

THE PEOPLE WHO REALLY DESERVE A TRUMP PARDON


MFP Commentary:

The author forgets to mention Shaeffer Cox and a good case study on why the FBI needs to be abolished.
Links to other stories we have linked to concerning the FBI:
America’s Gestapo: The FBI’s Reign of Terror
An Open Letter to the FBI on the murder of LaVoy Finicum
FBI murders woman with a baby in her arms…… Ruby Ridge: The Age of State Terrorism Begins
BREAKING: Was the Las Vegas massacre an FBI terror plot that accidentally went live?
Draining The Next Swamp – The FBI
BUSTED: Parents Catch FBI in Plot to Force Mentally Ill Son to Be a Right Wing Terrorist
CONFIRMED: CLINTON OPERATIVES IN FBI MANUFACTURED RUSSIAGATE

 

And if your stomach  can take it this story that was verified by a personal acquaintance, the late Officer Jack McLamb:
The Uncensored  Gordon Kahl Story

 


The People Who Really Deserve a Trump Pardon

“…..Lost in all of the clamor about Trump’s pardoning Johnson is the fact that there are other people who really deserve a Trump pardon — thousands of them. Almost half of those in federal prison are incarcerated because of drug charges. The president has the power, today, to pardon every American in a federal prison for committing a drug crime.

Why in the world should he do that?

There are two simple reasons why he should: (1) the war on drugs is a blatantly unconstitutional activity of the federal government; and (2) the war on drugs imprisons people for committing a victimless crime.

First, the Constitution.

In Article I, Section 8, of the Constitution, there are eighteen specific powers granted to Congress. We call these the enumerated powers. Everything else is reserved to the states.

Nowhere does the Constitution authorize the federal government to regulate or prohibit the manufacture, sale, use, or trafficking of any drug.

Nowhere does the Constitution authorize the federal government to concern itself with the nature of any substance that Americans want to eat, drink, smoke, inject, absorb, snort, sniff, inhale, swallow, or otherwise ingest into their bodies.

Nowhere does the Constitution authorize the federal government to be concerned with the medical or recreational activities of any American.

Nowhere does the Constitution authorize the federal government to have a Narcotic Control Act, a Controlled Substances Act, a Comprehensive Drug Abuse Prevention and Control Act, or a Combat Methamphetamine Epidemic Act.

Nowhere does the Constitution authorize the federal government to have a Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, an Office of National Drug Control Policy, or a Drug Enforcement Administration.

Nowhere does the Constitution authorize the federal government to have a National Drug Control Strategy, a National Survey on Drug Use and Health, or a Domestic Cannabis Eradication/Suppression Program.

When the federal government sought to limit the use of alcoholic beverages after World War I, it realized that it could do so only by amending the Constitution. That is why the 18th Amendment to the Constitution was adopted in 1919. If a constitutional amendment was needed to prohibit the “manufacture, sale, or transportation of intoxicating liquors,” then it should also be necessary if the federal government is to prohibit the unauthorized manufacture, sale, or transportation of drugs.

Second, victimless crimes.

Every crime should have a tangible and identifiable victim with real harm and measurable damages.

Rape, assault, child abuse, battery, kidnapping, manslaughter, and murder are real crimes. They actually harm people.

Burglary, robbery, theft, arson, looting, shoplifting, and embezzlement are real crimes. They actually harm property.

Possessing, using, growing, manufacturing, buying, selling, and trafficking in “illegal” drugs may be vices, but they are victimless crimes. They harm no one’s person or property as long as they are done in a peaceful manner by consenting adults who respect the property rights of others.

And as so eloquently explained by the nineteenth-century classical liberal political philosopher Lysander Spooner in his work Vices Are Not Crimes (1875),

Vices are those acts by which a man harms himself or his property.

Crimes are those acts by which one man harms the person or property of another…..”  Read More

The “BPA free” scam


MFP commentary:
It’s a scam people!  Almost all BPA free products contain BPS or BPF that have  the same harmful estrogenic effects as does BPA.

How BPA and BPS Are Making People Sick

BPA Toxic Effects & Symptoms: How BPA Destroys Your Body

BPA-Free Plastic Containers May Be Just as Hazardous

Any thinking person has to ask, why in God’s name  our plastic food containers  are not   made from plastics that are known safe through extensive scientific studies?  After all is that not what the abomination known as the USDA is supposed to be doing?  Fat chance….

 


 

Fluoride in our water: “We are all Jews now”


MFP Commentary:

I wonder if the Jews at Auschwitz, had the same irrational concern about  keeping fluoride in their diet, as the  doctor that wrote the article below is? After all our current fluoride levels are based upon those used in Nazi concentration camps.
 
My god people are dumbed down. (by fluoride in part) If they weren’t,   so called “doctor’s” articles like this would  be laughed out of the media.  Just about everything this shill for the establishment  say’s, is demonstrably false.  Personally I am all for long jail sentences for those  who have anything to do with the  forcible drugging of children with these brain damaging chemicals. (by putting it in our water without our consent)



 
Don’t take fluoride out of the water — Andy Oakes-Lottridge, MD, FAAFP

Crimes of a Monster: Your Tax Dollars at Work

By John W. Whitehead April 16, 2018

Let us not mince words.

We are living in an age of war profiteers.

We are living in an age of scoundrels, liars, brutes and thugs. Many of them work for the U.S. government.

We are living in an age of monsters.

Ask Donald Trump. He knows all about monsters.

Any government that leaves “mothers and fathers, infants and children, thrashing in pain and gasping for air” is evil and despicable, said President Trump, justifying his blatantly unconstitutional decision (in the absence of congressional approval or a declaration of war) to launch airstrikes against Syria based on dubious allegations that it had carried out chemical weapons attacks on its own people. “They are crimes of a monster.”

If the Syrian government is a monster for killing innocent civilians, including women and children, the U.S. government must be a monster, too.

In Afghanistan, ten civilians were killed—including three children, one an infant in his mother’s arms—when U.S. warplanes targeted a truck in broad daylight on an open road with women and children riding in the exposed truck bed. They had been fleeing airstrikes on their village.

In Syria, at least 80 civilians, including 30 children, were killed when U.S.-led air strikes bombed a school and a packed marketplace…..  Read More