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The Swamp Wins. The Criminals Have Won. Fake News Is the “Truth” Now.

This has been a very stressful time, with the Covidiocy, the election steal, and the media propagandists giving fake news that a lot of bamboozled people really trust and believe.

It isn’t just that Kommie-la Harris and Biden were confirmed by Congress to have stolen the adequate number of electoral votes to be sworn in to power on January 20th, by way of fraud, mail-in cheating and voting machine-tampering. No, the issue with me now is that everything I’m hearing on brain-dead “news” media is just not the reality, as they had been doing with this whole election fiasco (‘no evidence of election fraud”), the entire Covid scamdemic, the all-year Antifa/BLM rioting, looting, arson and destroying whole cities (“peaceful protests”), and for 4 years the evidence-free “Trump-Russia collusions” and Ukraine-phone call-impeachment that were also made-up.

That is, what we’re hearing on the “news” are mainly fake news, propaganda and government press releases. The social media platforms have been censoring the truth and disseminating lies just like mainstream media.

On the current “Trump supporters storming Capitol Hill and rioting, smashing windows and breaking into the building and people’s offices” narrative, what we are not hearing on brain-dead media is about the Antifa/BLM agents provocateurs infiltrating the many thousands of actual Trump supporters who were there to legitimately protest the stolen election.

And now we have all the condemnation of Donald Trump for allegedly encouraging or inciting his supporters to commit the above violent acts, which Trump didn’t do, as an insurrection, or sedition. Fake insurrection and fake sedition, that is.

All the idiots out there including former AG Bill Baaa and other Rethugs condemning Trump without even listening to what he said at his rally yesterday, or reading the transcript. They are ignorant fools. The Swamp contains not only psychopaths but just plain mentally deficient morons. In no way did Trump possibly do anything close to “inciting” what happened at Crapitol Hill.

So once again the brain-dead media are lying or they are just ignorant, too, or both.

And I’m not a Trump supporter, except for the tax cuts. I just wanted to put in that disclaimer. My main point is to expose the truth about a situation that “news” media won’t do, or can’t do.

So once again the Washington apparatchiks a.k.a. Swamp want to invoke the 25th Amendment or impeach The Donald on false charges of inciting riots or insurrection, that he didn’t do. The Swamp are retarded, folks.

It’s been 5 long years of Trump saying “Drain the Swamp,” and the Swamp reacting as a Swamp will react, by making things up to frame Trump on Russia collusions and Ukraine, and on and on, until when it’s time for his reelection that the Swamp knows will happen, they get desperate and make up this Covid scamdemic to use to get people to be afraid to vote in person so they will want mail-in voting so the activists who want to impose their communist coup in Amerika can do mail-in cheating which is exactly what they did, in addition to the sabotaging of the voting machines to flip votes from Trump to Biden the Alzheimer’s patient. (Did 80 million people really vote for an Alzheimer’s patient? No, they did not. That is why Kommie-la will rule very soon.)

And don’t you dare even utter “Drain the Swamp”! They’ll getchya!

So that is where we are now. You can believe what you want. And chances are, if you only get your “news” from the mainstream i.e. brain-dead media then you probably believe what they have been telling you especially about this election, Trump and Biden, Covid, Russia collusions, and all the rest.

I heard one of the talk radio personalities saying that they the Trump supporters need to now divorce themselves from the Rethuglican Party and form a new political party. Hmm, that was sure a good idea with the Orwellian-named “Libertarian” Party, or Ross Perot’s “Reform” Party. Crickets.

Good luck, Trumpsters, with your Third Party. Sadly, I think they are delusional.

And they are also deluded in their America-worship, this “America-First” sentimentality. I personally am for Freedom First, quite frankly. This experiment called America, which is now Amerika, is a failed experiment. The sooner the nationalists, Trump-supporters, conservatives and other sentimentalists wake up and realize that, the better. I have been saying for over 10 years here that the only way to restore freedom in our society, and in fact maintain this as a civilized society, is to decentralize.

Nullification and secession are good, but we need a full decentralization here. That is because government central planning doesn’t work. And the bigger the political unit, such as in our USSA now, the more that government central planning won’t work! So either people face that fact and do the decentralization thing now, and sooner rather than later, or otherwise the entire society will further collapse into further chaos, violence, destruction and real impoverishment. That means getting rid of Washington entirely. The whole apparatus there. At the very least, that is. And then each state can decentralize as well.

People need to realize that this territory is just too big to be all one single country. Hundreds of thousands of square miles in area, it’s 3 million square miles in fact, and a population of over 300 million. Too big.

For a civilized society to actually function and live in peace and prosperity, we need the society to be based on private property, private property rights, and respect for the ideas of self-ownership and the non-aggression principle, freedom of thought and conscience and freedom of association. Self-governance. But right now we do not have private property or those freedoms. Ultimately, government bureaucrats are the owners of “your” property (material property and your “own” body, as well as real estate), that’s Washington DC bureaucrats, your state bureaucrats, and your local town or city bureaucrats as well.

There are so many other points to make here, such as regarding the cultural Marxism, censorship and the Great Purges we will see in Kommie-la’s Amerika, but I just don’t have that much time now. Obviously, with all the election fraud schemes in place now, I don’t think any election from this point forward will be honest or fair. Especially U.S. presidential elections will always be rigged under such circumstances.

So many people now are totally corrupt. In politics and government, in the medical cartel, “education,” media and many corporations. Society is extremely corrupt now.

If we didn’t have government control over education, the income tax-theft (i.e. institutionalized involuntary servitude), redistribution of wealth such as for political parties, doctors and hospitals, and other fascist-communist schemes, then the people who are in the “journalism” field probably would be more honest, less lazy-minded, and not political operatives and apparatchiks for government slave masters, and thus more of the masses would actually know the truth about elections, so-called viruses, and more of the masses would not be ignorant and bamboozled as they are now.

Totalitarian USSA News and Commentary

Bruce Pardy: 2020: Our Year of Bowing Down to “The Science.”

Richard Gale and Gary Null: Covid Has Caused Tens of Thousands of Medical Doctors and Scientists to Wake Up to Corruption in the Medical Industry.

Phillip Magness: Twelve Times the Lockdowners Were Wrong.

Arjun Walia: Ontario (Canada) Admits Labelling Deaths As COVID When They’re Not A Result of COVID.

Jeffrey Tucker: Your Trauma and Mine: A Retrospective on 2020.

L. Reichard White: Let’s Play a Disinformation Game with Covid Claims

Charles Burris: Secession and the Myth of Nationalistic Inevitability

Frank Furedi: To Break Out of Our Locked-Down World, We Must Dare to Live Freely Again.

J.D. Tuccille: Suppressing ‘Hate Speech’ on Social Media Drives Users to New Platforms.

Jon Rappoport: In Case You Thought the PCR Test Detects an Actual Virus…Wrong

Murray Rothbard: The Progressive Era and the Family

And Life Site: New French Law Proposing Sanitary Dictatorship Temporarily Retracted.

Orwellian Amerika, and the World

Jeffrey Tucker: WHO Deletes Naturally Acquired Immunity from Its Website.

Tom Luongo: End the Great American Myth: Secession, Not Revolution.

John Manley: Nurse Experiences Metamorphosis After COVID-19 Vaccine Injection.

Whitney Webb: Another Flawed Data Model from Imperial College to Blame for Latest UK Lockdown.

Children’s Health Defense Team: FDA Investigates Allergic Reactions to Pfizer COVID Vaccine After More Healthcare Workers Hospitalized.

Murray Rothbard: War, Peace and the State.

Matt Agorist: In Heavily Locked Down San Francisco, 360% More People Died from Overdoses Than COVID-19.

Adam Schwartz: COVID-19 and Surveillance Tech: Year in Review 2020.

Karen Kwiatkowski: 2020: Meh? or Yeah!

And Glenn Greenwald: With Biden’s New Threats, the Russia Discourse is More Reckless and Dangerous Than Ever.

Carl Watner Has Died

One prominent member of the libertarian movement was Carl Watner, who died of cancer last week. He was born in 1948.

Murray Rothbard may have been “Mr. Libertarian,” but Carl Watner was “Mr. Voluntaryist,” in my opinion. All things voluntary, and views guided by the non-aggression principle.

Wendy McElroy writes:

It is with deep sorrow that I announce the death of Carl Watner, who was the primary hand in founding the modern Voluntaryist movement in the early 1980s. He worked tirelessly and without complaint, day in and day out for decades, expressing his principles through his prolific writing, his character, and his actions. I will never meet his like again. I was lucky to have known him at all.

Carl died at home on Tuesday after a long and brave fight against cancer. He was surrounded by a loving family, including his remarkable wife Julie, and he was in no pain. I asked. Carl will be cremated and laid to rest in a Baltimore cemetery that his family owned for many years and where he will be joining three generations of the Watner family.

I cannot imagine the world or the movement without Carl. He was an irreplaceable friend and colleague. Good journey, Carl.

Carl Watner’s ideas and writing had an influence on me in my own libertarian thinking, such as in my views on the immigration issue.

Carl Watner started the Voluntaryist Newsletter with Wendy McElroy and George H. Smith in 1982. Here is the Voluntaryist website, and here is the Table of Contents for the Voluntaryist Newsletter. He wrote an essay in 2014 on what Voluntaryism means to him.

And here are some of my favorite articles by Carl that I have posted links to here on this blog. I’m sure you will find them as enlightening and interesting as I did.

Every State a Police State.

Am I An American Citizen and What Might It Mean?

Voluntaryist Resistance

Poisoning the Public Mind: Why Real Dissent Must Be Silenced

Life, Liberty, and Quackery From A Voluntaryist Perspective

Why I Oppose Government Enumeration

Without Firing A Single Shot: Voluntaryist Resistance and Societal Defense

“The Illusion Is Liberty – The Reality Is Leviathan”: A Voluntaryist Perspective on the Bill of Rights

Non-Voting

Is Voting an Act of Violence?

Ropes of Sand: Voluntaryism and Secessionism

The Tragedy of Political Government

Besides his articles at the Voluntaryist Newsletter, here are some of his other articles and papers at the Mises Institute, and Reason magazine. And voluntaryist books are available at the Voluntaryist website, including his own book on Homeschooling (also available at Amazon).

RIP, Carl.

On the Right of the People to Nullify Federal Diktats

It looks like we will have a turn to the left with more socialism if Joe Biden gets in power, which means President Kamala Harris, and probably AOC as the Speech and Thought Commissar who will distribute a long list of those the administration has determined to be “racists,” etc, i.e. anyone who disagrees with the Regime.

So this will be a time in which those who believe in the freedom and principles of the Declaration of Independence and Bill of Rights will have to seriously consider, if not full secession and genuine independence then nullification of the further federal edicts that Biden or Harris will attempt to shove down our throats. (And this isn’t just because of the illegitimacy of their presidency given that they imposed a coup via a massive organized racketeering operation of fraud and vote tampering and fabricating.)

To get a good idea on the right and importance of nullification, I recommend Tom Woods’s book from 2010, Nullification: How to Resist Federal Tyranny in the 21st Century. Here it is at the Mises Institute store, and Amazon.

I have quoted before from this blog post by Tom Woods and will again, in his explanation of the relationship between the states and the federal government:

If you and I give a third person (call him Person C) a limited power of attorney to help govern our affairs, and that person oversteps the boundaries outlined in the contract we signed, who gets to decide if Person C is in violation of the contract? Is it Person C himself? Or is it you and I, the people who wrote and signed the limited power of attorney in the first place? Likewise, the states, as the principals to the constitutional compact, have a far better logical claim to be the judges of constitutionality than their agent, the federal government.

In Woods’s Liberty Classroom page on nullification, he writes:

1) The states preceded the Union.  The Declaration of Independence speaks of “free and independent states” that “have full power to levy war, conclude peace, contract alliances, establish commerce, and to do all other acts and things which independent states may of right do.” The British acknowledged the independence not of a single blob, but of individual states, which they proceeded to list one by one. Article II of the Articles of Confederation says the states “retain their sovereignty, freedom, and independence”; they must have enjoyed that sovereignty in the past in order for them to “retain” it in 1781 when the Articles were officially adopted.  The ratification of the Constitution was accomplished not by a single, national vote, but by the individual ratifications of the various states, each assembled in convention.

2) In the American system no government is sovereign.  The peoples of the states are the sovereigns.  It is they who apportion powers between themselves, their state governments, and the federal government.  In doing so they are not impairing their sovereignty in any way. To the contrary, they are exercising it.

3) Since the peoples of the states are the sovereigns, then when the federal government exercises a power of dubious constitutionality on a matter of great importance, it is they themselves who are the proper disputants, as they review whether their agent was intended to hold such a power.  No other arrangement makes sense.  No one asks his agent whether the agent has or should have such-and-such power.  In other words, the very nature of sovereignty, and of the American system itself, is such that the sovereigns must retain the power to restrain the agent they themselves created.  James Madison explains this clearly in the famous Virginia Report of 1800.

There is further information on that Nullification resource page. And Woods answers some of the objections to Nullification, such as the claims that it violates the Constitution’s supremacy clause, that it doesn’t appear in the Constitution, that the Supreme Court ruled against the idea, that it was used by the southern states to defend slavery, and other objections.

So of course people have the right to live their lives however they want, as long as they are peaceful. Given that the Declaration of Independence recognizes the unalienable right of each individual to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness, then of course the people of the states have a right to nullify federal diktats.

For example, healthcare. As I wrote in my June of 2011 article on disobeying dictators,

Now, by “disobeying dictators,” I am not advocating violence, but only that people live their lives as they see fit, as long as they do not intrude on anyone else’s equal right to do the same with their lives. So there comes a time when civil disobedience is in order. By civil disobedience, I mean acting in defiance of government-imposed rules and dictates that have nothing to do with protecting life, liberty and property. This includes individual- or state-nullification of federal orders. I believe in the Non-Aggression Principle and oppose the use of aggression as an initiated means toward an end.

Like in the old Soviet Union, Obama’s government-controlled medical scheme will not only be harmful medically, but the increasing police state we are experiencing will be used to enforce the controls, and also will be used against individuals who show dissent from the government’s authoritarian dictates.

We The People don’t need all that, and we don’t want it. We want freedom and peace. (At least I do.)

Now, what would happen if doctor’s offices, hospitals, medical equipment manufacturers, drug and supplement makers, and insurers just decided to do their business with their consumers – honestly and peacefully, and without aggression or fraud – and totally ignore federal regulations, mandates, fees, licensure laws and other intrusions? Frankly, those intrusions’ only real purpose is to protect established physicians and businesses’ profits from prospective competitors and start-ups. (The medical establishment was already corrupt well before ObamaCare.)

The contracts involved in the relationships between doctors or other medical providers and patients, or between insurers and patients, are private contracts, and third parties such as government bureaucrats sticking their big noses into those private contracts are committing acts of criminality, of trespassing, in my opinion.

Acts of nullification are necessary for Americans to be better served in their medical needs. With freedom, the consumers would determine what is needed, not the government, and the producers would serve the consumers – quality of medical care would then rise and the prices would fall.

So I definitely recommend Tom Woods’s book on nullification, which people should send to their state legislators and even their U.S. congressmen and senators.

On the Amazon page it quotes “from the inside flap”:

Unconstitutional laws are pouring out of Washington…but we can stop them.

Just ask Thomas Jefferson. There is a “rightful remedy” to federal power grabs–it’s called Nullification.

In Nullification: How to Resist Federal Tyranny in the 21st Century, historian and New York Times bestselling author Thomas E. Woods, Jr. explains not only why nullification is the constitutional tool the Founders envisioned, but how it works–and has already been employed in cases ranging from upholding the First Amendment to knocking down slave laws before the Civil War. In Nullification, Woods shows:

* How the states were meant to be checks against federal tyranny–and how a growing roster of governors and state attorneys general are recognizing they need to become that again
* Why the Tenth Amendment to the Constitution reinforces the rights of states to nullify unconstitutional laws
* Why it was left to the states to uphold the simple principle that an unconstitutional law is no law at all
* Why, without nullification, ordinary Americans will continue to suffer the oppression of unjust, unconstitutional laws
* PLUS thorough documentation of how the Founding Fathers believed nullification could be applied

Nullification is not just a book–it could become a movement to restore the proper constitutional limits of the federal government. Powerful, provocative, and timely, Nullification is sure to stir debate and become a constitutional handbook for all liberty-loving Americans.

We already have a lot of federal bureaucracies and agencies which shouldn’t exist and should be abolished along with all of their regulations and fees and fines. None of them is authorized by the U.S. Constitution, and if they exist, then the people have a right to nullify them. Of course, it is helpful if such nullification is made official in state laws by the state legislatures.

More News and Commentary on the Amerikan Banana Republik

Jeff Deist: What Will It Take for Americans to Consider Breaking Up?

John Whitehead: America After the Election: A Few Hard Truths About the Things That Won’t Change.

The Last Refuge: Michigan GOP Identifies Software “Glitch” in Voting System – One County Had 6,000 Wrongly Assigned Biden Votes Corrected To Trump When Fixed…

Pepe Escobar: How the Presidential Election Was Stolen

Joakim Book: Lockdowners and “the Desire to Dominate”

Jon Rappoport: Fauci States Covid Test Has Fatal Flaw.

Paul Craig Roberts: Evidence Mounts of a Stolen Election.

Doug Bandow: Is Mike Pompeo the Worst Secretary of State in History?

Laurence Vance: Amy Coney Barrett on the Constitutionality of Social Security.

Ludwig von Mises: Socialists Have Never Shown How They Could Increase the Standard of Living. (1919)

Jacob Hornberger: Libertarian Reformers vs. the Non-Aggression Principle.

Newsmax: Dick Morris: State Legislatures Can Declare Trump Winner.

And NY Post: AOC Facing Heat for Wanting to Archive Online Posts by ‘Trump Sycophants’

USSA, R.I.P.? (And Other News)

Ryan McMaken: The Media Is Now Openly Pushing Secession as the Election Nears.

Doug Casey: Doug Casey on What Happens After The Election

Joseph Mercola: What Will It Take for Masks and Face Shields to End?

Brian Jones: Why We Should Question the Narrative on Masks.

Jon Rappoport: COVID: The Virus That Isn’t There: The Root Fraud Exposed

Jacob Hornberger: Where are Open Borders in the Presidential Race?

Aaron Maté: Pelosis Take a Big Stake in CrowdStrike, Democrat-Connected Linchpin of Russia Probe.

Jon Miltimore: Why Would YouTube Suppress Our New Video on Disney, Chinese Genocide, and Mulan?

Jonathan Turley: YouTube Reportedly Shuts Down Farrakhan And The Nation Of Islam.

Philip Giraldi: Thought Control American Style: The Social Justice Warriors Will Destroy Our Basic Freedoms.

Whitney Webb: Operation Warp Speed is Using a CIA-Linked Contractor to Keep Covid-19 Vaccine Contracts Secret.

Laurence Vance: Is Libertarianism Immoral?

Lew Rockwell: The Core of Austrian Economic Theory.

Lawrence Reed: Diamond Jim: Gilded-Age Greed or Heart of Gold?

David Henderson: More Capital Per Worker Makes Workers More Productive.

Ted Galen Carpenter: Paranoia About Trump and Russia is Dangerous for Our Foreign Policy.

Becky Akers: The World Turned Upside Down

And Vasko Kohlmayer: What Motivates America’s Revolutionists?

On the Choice Between Two Anti-Freedom Fascist/Socialists

Many conservatives, Republicans and libertarians are saying that we had better vote for Donald Trump or the whole country is going to be a third-world hell-hole, and many liberals, Democrats and progressives are saying that we had better vote for Joe Biden or the whole place will be ruled by white supremacists, racists, nazis, etc.

Well, they’re all wrong, and I wrote this post in February 2014 that I will repost today, and thought you might find it of interest. (The one video included is no longer there, and there might be one or two links that don’t work.)

Hmmm. Which Lying Shyster Should I Vote For This Time?

February 2, 2014

Some people seem to think that I’m a real drag when it comes to my criticisms of society, America’s decline and elections. There are those who look forward to the next election so they can go to the polls really believing they will make a difference.

Uh-uh. You’re just wasting your time. And if you want to continue living in a fantasy world, that’s up to you.

Liberty activist Judy Morris has this blog post titled, “Voting Doesn’t Matter Because All Elections Are Controlled by R and D Big Money, Big Banksters, Big Corporations and Big Defense Contractors.” And she goes on explaining just how these elections don’t matter, how democracy is a majority voting to make use of the State’s police powers to take other people’s stuff, how the two major parties in control shut out challengers to the status quo, and how the corporations and fat cats are really buying the elections. But then she goes on to make suggestions on changing campaign funding laws and encouraging support for third parties. So she’s being very realistic until the very last three or four paragraphs, which just didn’t make sense to me.

I especially liked Ms. Morris’s comparing Dinesh D’Souza to the billionaires the Koch Brothers and Sheldon Adelson, George Soros et al. D’Souza has recently been attacked by the fascist Obama DOJ for campaign finance violations because of a mere amount of $20,000. Yet, the Kochs and Adelson and their hack organizations threw tens of millions of dollars down the drain to fund the loser, Willard Romney. Obviously, the only reason Obama’s corrupt and criminal DOJ is going after D’Souza is because of D’Souza’s film 2016 on Obama.

Morris writes:

By law, an individual can only contribute $2,500 to a candidate. Even if ordinary folks could afford a $2,500 campaign contribution to a candidate, which they can’t, the lion’s share of political money comes from PAC’s, special interests, banksters, defense contractors etc. and these are the folks who own and control the RNC and DNC machines.

While the Huffington Post reported that the 2012 presidential election cost $2 billion,Politico reported that the cost of the 2012 presidential and congressional elections was $6 billion, here. Open Secrets, an organization that specifically tracks political money, also reported that the 2012 presidential and congressional elections cost $6 billion, here.

It’s clearly evident that the rich and powerful hijacked and now own our election system. The RNC and DNC machines are nothing but money laundering machines for special interests.

If an individual voter can only contribute a maximum of $2,500 to a candidate and if Denesh D’Souza is being prosecuted for his role in a puny $20,000 campaign finance fiasco, how is it that the Koch Brothers can legally pony up a staggering $400 million and casino magnet Adelson can pony up $100 million to influence election outcomes?

Most recently, this corporate financial influence in elections can be seen in the ObamaCare and anti-gun rights propaganda being pushed by the Soviet NFL for the upcoming Super Bowl. Here is Alex Jones on that:

But for elections, one of Judy Morris’s solutions is to “ban all fund raising by anybody except the candidates and they should only be allowed to raise money from individual voters.” But all that has some First Amendment problems, because really individuals and groups have a right to spend or waste their money on whatever they want.

But Ms. Morris’s suggestion to vote for third parties is not practical, as those parties or candidates who are anti-State and pro-freedom do not seem to get the attention they deserve or are silenced by the ones in control of the process. The ones in control are those members of the U.S. CONgress and all their minions all across America who love power and are NOT going to give it up voluntarily. They will not vote to loosen election laws to make life easier for third parties or anti-Establishment candidates.

And the Rulers in control, such as “Speaker” Boehner and Mitch McConjob and others will not vote or support policies which advance freedom. Sooner or later, people are really going to have to accept the truth of the matter.

And regarding the idea of using elections to reverse the trend of ever-growing government intrusiveness and criminality, I wrote in my March, 2010 article, November, 2010: More Rearranging of Deck Chairs (with a follow up just recently here),

When Ronald Reagan was elected president in 1980, the “conservative” president not only didn’t cut entire cabinet-level departments as promised, he added three new cabinet-level departments. After cutting taxes, a year later Reagan signed what was then to be America’s biggest tax increase. Reagan also signed one deficit-laden budget after another, and during Reagan’s presidency, the National Debt skyrocketed along with all the regulations and bureaucracy he promised to cut.

Following the 1994 “Republican Revolution,” the federal government continued to grow out of control, and, after 2000, the younger President George W. Bush’s “compassionate conservatism” – i.e. more socialist redistribution of wealth schemes – and expanding the military industrial complex only fed Leviathan much more.

Then, in November of 2010, mainly because of the passage of ObamaCare the voters elected many new Republicans to Congress. Some of the candidates pledged to repeal the Affordable (sic) Care Act, a.k.a. ObamaCare.

Well, it’s 2014 now, and have they repealed ObamaCare?

However, we do have a proposal now by three U.S. senators to “repeal and replace” ObamaCare.

Ooooh, another Republican plan to replace socialism and fascism with fascism and socialism.

Senators Richard Burr, Orrin Hatch and Tom Coburn present several aspects of their own version of government-controlled medical care. But it is not a free market health care plan. It just changes a few aspects to make it a little less intrusive, a little less socialist on the surface but the government still controls things by telling individuals and businesses what they may or may not do.

You see, with the unrealistic conservatives, Republicans and “libertarians,” political compromise is the solution. Not the solution to better medical care, just the solution to help politicians get themselves reelected. Sadly, the naive and the gullible just can’t seem able to get that.

So, as far as this new Republican plan to replace ObamaCare with the same thing but with the deck chairs rearranged, many conservative and Republican sheeple are all for it. For example, the clueless conservatives of the New York Post editorial board conclude, “GOP candidates heading into their campaigns this fall now have a genuine alternative that would offer universal ­coverage.”

“Universal coverage”? Is that even possible? Who the hell but socialists and communists talks about “universal coverage”? (Is there even universal coverage in Cuba? In Venezuela? England? Was there in the old Soviet Union?)

Avik Roy of Forbes says this is the “most credible plan yet,” when no, it is NOT the “most credible plan.” The most credible plan is to get the government out of medical care completely! Roy also says that this new Republican plan raises taxes, and “that’s a good thing.” Doh!

And there’s a congressman from Georgia who is running for the U.S. Senate, and he says that his background as a physician gives him credibility in going on to help to repeal ObamaCare. Yeah, that attitude sure helped with Sen. Bill Frist, MD. And what has Rand Paul, MD done? Nuttin’!

Laurence Vance explains the Republicans’ history of support for government-controlled medical care. Vance concludes by noting that the real constitutional alternative to government health care is medical freedom. And that’s it.

And Jacob Hornberger explains even more specifically what a genuine free market in medical care would be. That means repealing ALL the socialist and fascist governmental intrusions into the lives of the people. (And such repeals would apply in every other area in which these greedy, corrupt government bureaucrats intrude themselves. Everything!)

But worse, and more depressing is that this new RepublicanCare is dependent on 2014 elections, or more likely dependent on 2016 elections. By that time, America will already be a full third world country. Get rid of damn ObamaCare NOW, for crying out loud!

So, as we saw from the 2010 elections, elections don’t matter. And legislation doesn’t matter. It’s all a scam.

Hmmm. By the way, let’s take a look at the aforementioned U.S. Senators Burr, Hatch and Coburn campaign finances for 2009-2014 as given by OpenSecrets.org:

For Richard Burr:

Top 5 Industries, 2009-2014, Campaign Cmte

Industry Total Indivs PACs
Retired $560,356 $560,356 $0
Health Professionals $469,649 $272,949 $196,700
Insurance $398,251 $175,251 $223,000
Lawyers/Law Firms $395,898 $279,648 $116,250
Pharmaceuticals/Health Products $386,621 $98,550 $288,071

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And for Orrin Hatch:

Top 5 Contributors, 2009-2014, Campaign Cmte

Contributor Total Indivs PACs
OC Tanner Inc $72,010 $72,010 $0
Cancer Treatment Centers of America $65,000 $65,000 $0
Cerberus Capital Management $65,000 $65,000 $0
Blue Cross/Blue Shield $56,500 $21,000 $35,500
Fresenius Medical Care $55,500 $45,500 $10,000

Top 5 Industries, 2009-2014, Campaign Cmte

Industry Total Indivs PACs
Securities & Investment $1,185,346 $982,275 $203,071
Pharmaceuticals/Health Products $811,401 $263,960 $547,441
Lobbyists $499,461 $485,307 $14,154
Insurance $483,788 $123,614 $360,174
Lawyers/Law Firms $478,121 $257,990 $220,131

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And for Tom Coburn:

Top 5 Industries, 2009-2014, Campaign Cmte

Industry Total Indivs PACs
Health Professionals $196,072 $83,072 $113,000
Oil & Gas $171,550 $67,800 $103,750
Leadership PACs $123,908 $200 $123,708
Insurance $106,650 $8,150 $98,500
Pharmaceuticals/Health Products $102,601 $2,601 $100,000

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Not that any of that means anything. So people need to face it that these elections really are meaningless.

As Murray Rothbard observed,

…first, left-liberals, in power, make a Great Leap Forward toward collectivism; then, when, in the course of the political cycle, four or eight years later, conservatives come to power, they of course are horrified at the very idea of repealing anything; they simply slow down the rate of growth of statism, consolidating the previous gains of the Left, and providing a bit of R&R for the next liberal Great Leap Forward….

And these elections are meaningless because when we can dig up one or two “good” people who mean well, when they get in there to “repeal” stuff, they will not really repeal anything. They get addicted to the power that such governmental authority gives them. They now get to tell people what to do, and have their orders enforced by armed goons, and they love it. Better than drugs.

I hope that soon people will really see what a sham central planning and federalism are. The whole scheme is really a criminal scheme in which some people use the armed power of the State to take from others, and that’s it! And it is an apparatus with which the psychopaths amongst us satisfy their cravings for power and control over others. If you want to believe otherwise, then I guess you prefer to be gullible.

News and Commentary

Becky Akers: Given That Marxists Murdered Hundreds of Millions, Why Is Humanity Marxist?

Caitlin Johnstone: From Ego To Empire, All Our Problems Stem From The Impulse To Control.

Jonathan Turley: Dershowitz Sues CNN For $300,000,000 In Defamation Action.

Karen Selick: Here’s Why I Wouldn’t Take the Vaccine

Lawrence McQuillan: Immigration, Migration, and the Naiveté of Nativism.

Mandy Smithberger: Trump Was Right to Call Out Defense Industry Influence on the Pentagon.

Moon of Alabama: Fake News About Iran, Russia, China Is U.S. Journalism’s Daily Bread.

Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn: The Meaning of an Oath.

Michael Rozeff: Antifa Is An Organization

And Nils Nilsen: 12 Steps to Create Your Own Pandemic.

A Debate Between Two of NH Gov. Sununu’s Republican Primary Opponents

The Republican governor of New Hampshire, Chris Sununu, is considered by freedom lovers to be a tyrant who has abused his office especially when ordering businesses closed and causing economic chaos and job losses, much like the fascists in many other states, based on the scamdemic that we are still suffering. Sununu’s latest act of fascism was ordering the people of New Hampshire to have to wear masks on their faces if in gatherings of over 100 people, despite the studies which show that the face masks do not prevent the transmission of viruses and in fact could cause harm to the individual.

As I have mentioned previously, Sununu has two opponents in the Republican primary this September 8th, Nobody and Karen Testerman. I had written about Nobody, who had his name legally changed to Nobody, in this post.

There was a debate between Nobody and Testerman and, while Chris Sununu was invited to participate, he decided to snub his opponents. The debate between the two opponents was moderated by Mark Edge of Free Talk Live.

The two primary opponents discussed government schools, the drug war, COVID and Sununu’s fascist business closures, recent riots and violence in the cities in Amerika, and the possibility of New Hampshire state secession.

It certainly was a good debate and discussion. Very good points made by both candidates.

Besides Sunono’s fascism with COVID, he is also an anti-freedom-of-speech, anti-private-property, anti-freedom-of-association SJW in his signing the bills banning “discrimination” based on gender identity, and banning so-called “conversion therapy.” So the governor believes there are thought crimes which must be punished. He signed the bills only weeks before his previous reelection as governor in 2018. Conservatives who don’t know about that might want to consider ousting Sunono for those reasons as well as COVID fascism.

Voting for the “Lesser of Two Evils” Is Still Voting for Evil

Derrick Broze: Multiple Studies Predicted Governments Become Authoritarian in Response to Pandemics.

Caitlin Johnstone: Why The ‘Lesser Evil’ Is An Illusion.

Nick Weber: The War State: Summary, Analysis, and Commentary.

Daily Wire: School District Making Parents Sign Waiver Agreeing Not To Monitor Virtual Instruction (The “teachers” are afraid that parents might actually hear the sex-perversions and communist propaganda “teachers” are inflicting on the kids on a daily basis!)

John Vibes: Study Finds Pandemic Hasn’t Slowed Down Police Killings In 2020.

Tom Woods: Lockdowns Kill, Exhibit Z.

Zero Hedge: AG Barr Throws Cold Water On Possible Trump Pardon Of “Traitor” Edward Snowden. (Barr said that Snowden “was a traitor and the information he provided our adversaries greatly hurt the safety of the American people…” So, because the information that Snowden provided was to the American people, therefore Barr thinks WE are “adversaries”! Barr is lying when he says that Snowden “hurts our safety” by informing us on what the NSA is doing to us. It is the NSA hurting us, our privacy and security!)

Hans-Hermann Hoppe: Nationalism and Secession.

Gary Galles: No, We Don’t Need a Government Post Office

Zero Hedge: UK Officials Exposed For Inflating COVID Hospital Numbers At Height Of “Pandemic”

Ted Galen Carpenter: Why the Surge in U.S. Spy Plane Flights Near Russia?

And Washington Times: Soros-Funded DAs Are Rogue.

Like Baker in Massachusetts, NH’s Sununu Big on COVID Fascism

The worst governor in the history of the “commonwealth” of Massachusetts, Charlie Baker, has expressed concern over a recent “uptick” in COVID-19 cases, that is, positive coronavirus test results not exactly people actually being sick. So he is now “indefinitely postponing” “Step 2” of “Phase 3” in the return to normal business as determined by Herr Charlie.

The positive test rate has skyrocketed from 1.7 percent to 2 percent! (Ooooh.)

According to Baker, outdoor gatherings are to be reduced from the allowed 100 to now 50 people. Indoor gatherings it depends on what they’re doing. For instance, “activities with low potential for contact (batting cages, driving ranges, go karts, bowling alleys),” that’s allowed.

But, “activities with greater potential for contact (laser tag, roller skating, trampolines, obstacle courses),” NOPE!

Premier Baker is also going after bars. According to WCVB, Baker said that “conversations with local municipalities and the Alcoholic Beverages Control Commission alerted him to the fact that some bars were serving snacks like potato chips and pretzels in order to justify staying open.” He is accusing bars of “masquerading as restaurants,” because pretzels and chips don’t count as “food.” That is because “restaurants are defined as businesses that prepare food on-site and under a retail food permit.”

Excuse me, but how are you and your fellow gubmint apparatchiks more informed to “define” what a “business” is better than the actual business owners and their consumers?

And why the hell do we have an “Alcoholic Beverages Control Commission” in what is supposedly a free society?

Baker is also like other fascists in the other states restricting travel coming into the state, making incoming visitors and returning residents quarantine for 14 days, or pay a $500 fine for each day the unconstitutional order is violated.

I am convinced that this guy is just a psychopath control freak who gets off in pushing his weight around and imposing his little Soviet planning diktats on the serfs.

It’s a little better in New Hampshire, but not that much. In the “Live Free or Die” state (There’s a knee-slapper!), Gov. Chris Sununu, son of a previous NH governor, imposed stay-at-home orders that went from March to mid-June.

So much for “live free“…

In this NPR list of the Eastern Bloc states reopening rules, it states for NH: “Beginning June 1, fitness centers can resume small-group fitness classes with occupancy limits and social distancing requirements. Use of gym equipment is only allowed in one-on-one personal training sessions.”

So much for “live free“…

So, another control freak fascist, Chris Sununu.

And: “The state issued guidance for places of worship to resume in-person services at 40% occupancy.”

Okay, exactly which nitwit moonbat believes that there is some sort of harm that can be done by having worshipers in church? Is there that much of a risk when the COVID infection fatality rate is only a tenth of one percent? And when most of the people who get COVID have mild or no symptoms. And when asymptomatic carriers are not infectious, according to the World Health Organization.

I think these people are literally crazy people in government. The governors murdering innocent people in nursing homes, and now trying to make people sick with forced-mask-induced oxygen deprivation and forced inhalation of one’s own previously inhaled toxins and gases with the fascist face mask orders.

The bureaucrats are ignorant buffoons and literally crazy people, in my view.

And what they are also doing in their wreaking havoc and causing unemployment putting people out of work and disrupting people’s lives for no good reason, they are violating the private property rights of the people in a most extreme way. In their ordering businesses closed down and then micromanaging how each business is to be run, these fascist imbeciles are “taking” income and wealth away from the people. They are stealing from the people! Why am I not hearing about all the lawsuits of these thieving fascist governors like there should be?

By the way, while this year is not a governor’s race in Marxachusetts, it is in the People’s Republic of New Hampshire. Rethuglican Gov. Chris Sununu is being challenged in the primary by two people. “Nobody” and Karen Testerman.

Conservative social activist Karen Testerman has a long list of accomplishments and activities. She was a “military wife,” and her sons “flew combat missions over Kosovo and Iraq for the Air Force and Navy…” Ouch.

We can try to forgive all that militarist stuff, I suppose. On her activism Testerman is or has been involved with these organizations (with some added comments by me in parentheses): Coalition NH Taxpayers, NH Firearms Coalition, NH Alliance, NH Right to life, Abstinence Advisory Committee (Now that takes a lot of guts, in the baby-killing cult society we live in.), School District Governance Association of NH, NH Secure The Grid (Watch out — there’s a crazed Frank Gaffney involvement there.), Life member of the Gun Owners of NH, Laura Bush Helping America’s Youth (Yech.), Founder & Executive Director Cornerstone Policy Research (Focus on the Family-associated, anti-drug legalization, anti-medical marijuana legalization, anti-gay marriage, opposed to repealing law against adultery.), Founding of Natural Heritage Center for Constitutional Studies, and Franklin City Councilor.

Okay, some very good, some not so good. No one’s perfect. But it may be that we need someone who’s “ultra-conservative” in a leadership role to counter the Cultural Marxism that’s unfortunately sweeping the country, no?

Although, I did like this column by Karen Testerman:

Is It 1984?

Today, Republican Candidate for Governor, Karen Testerman stated, “Governor Sununu is drunk with power. His Emergency Orders following his Executive Orders are so detailed and controlling that he cannot reverse himself, even if he tried.”

“Furthermore, with the signing of HB1639, he has extended his control in a subversive move. Today patients undergoing same-day surgeries requiring a general anesthesia cannot have an advocate in the performing facility with them. This removes the ability of an advocate to question actions by any medical personnel during the patient’s stay. Just as newborns are whisked away from parents who want to delay vaccinations only to have the vaccine administered, so HB1639, now law sets the stage for unconscious patients to be given a “COVID” vaccination without authorization from the patient or the advocate. This is immoral and wrong.” Testerman commented.

His Emergency Orders are being extended and re-extended. Sununu admits “Emergency orders will likely be in place until slightly after we have a vaccine.”

“Is the Governor preparing Granite Staters for a mandatory vaccination program?” questioned Testerman. “As your governor, I will inform you so that you can make your own fully-informed decisions without mask mandates or restrictions on businesses or schools.”

So Sununu is a vaccine Nazi? Why are these people so ignorant and obsessed with vaccines?

Is there any way we can get Karen Testerman to run in Marxachusetts? Sorry.

And the other one opposing Gov. Fascist Sununu in the NH primary for governor is the mainly libertarian “Nobody,” who had his name legally changed to “Nobody,” so we can say “Vote for Nobody for Governor.”

And I wrote about Nobody here. Obviously, I agree a lot more with Nobody on most issues. But the reality is that New Hampshire, formerly the “Live Free or Die” state, needs to return to actually standing for just that. If the Rethugs can oust Sununu in the primary, then it seems to me that Testerman would probably have a better chance than “Nobody” in defeating the Democrat in November.

And yes, there is a Libertarian Party candidate on the ballot for November, Darryl Perry, who I praised in this article in 2016 when he ran for the LP nomination for President. Perhaps NH Republican voters can oust fascist Sununu in the primary, but vote for this LP candidate in November. Although, I know that’s less realistic.

But in Marxaxhusetts, there needs to be some coalition of business owners who can get together and class-action sue the crap out of comrade Charlie Half-Baker. Why isn’t that going on now? They really need to take Herr Charlie to court! Maybe we can try to impeach him for constitutional violations especially private property theft, as well as being a public nuisance.