Tacky Totalitarians Topple Trump

Riefenstahl’s Triumph of the Will, 1934 Nazi rally, girls ogling Hitler, (more)

The first woman ever to win the Pulitzer prize in journalism wrote from Germany for the Ladies’ Home Journal in October 1933

But Hitler without the mass is nothing. He is pushed along from below. The frustrations he expresses surge toward a new Germany, whose device is not the black eagle but the under dog rampant. –Anne O’Hare McCormick

This fits the the most recent Rise and Fall of Republican National Socialism.(link) After George Waffen Bush’s repeat of Daddy’s (and Biden’s) looter prohibitionism wrecked the economy as usual, voters would sooner elect a yellow dog than another of God’s Own Prohibitionist fanatics. “Flame On” McCain and Sarah Palin offered to send men with guns to force women to labor at involuntary reproduction. Voters showed them the door.

Mitt Romney wants to amend the Constitution to force women to reproduce by pointing guns at doctors. His increasingly totalitarian attitude might serve as an indicator of the onset of senility.(link) Voters rejected both mystical bigots and Central Casting at the desperate GOP convention hired Donald Trump after his successful audition. (link)

The Trump position was that women should be scolded and shamed, but not imprisoned, shot or made to bleed to death by the deadly force of law. That changed as Boss Trump was pushed along from below, by a torchlight mob of televangelist-indoctrinated hillbillies. Others have noticed certain parallels…(link)

National Socialists are as quick as other socialists to accuse adversaries of whatever they are doing. Trump Derangement Syndrome was coined to describe anyone disinclined toward currish fawning in the President’s lap. The communists and socialists who had hissed at every other president–from Harding to Hoover to Harry Truman–could now be dissed as mentally ill for hissing at Trump. So how does the pussy-grabber’s hold on women compare with Hitler’s 1933 Germany?

Hitler is as anti-feminist as he is anti-Semitic, and this revolution, in the unlikely event that it should work according to specifications, will be like the Russian, like all revolutions when it comes to that, in affecting the lives of women more than the lives of men. …
Women, I had observed, formed a great part of the strength of the nationalist revival. It is a youth movement first of all, as anyone can see; but it is supported by multitudes of women. Many wives converted their husbands to Hitler. They follow him with a fanatical devotion, and give up at his behest not only cigarettes, lipstick, reducing diets, but their careers, their former ideas.

Trump’s female supporters were mainly blue-haired harridans with false teeth, underscoring a difference between German and American women, among whom the kaiser’s three K’s—Kirche, Küchen und Kinder—as the be-all and end-all of women’s interests, were uninteresting.(link

Read the original…(link)

The Democrats were surfing on the Bush asset-forfeiture Crash and Depression and could’ve elected a yellow dog in 2008. But after they lost in 2016, thanks to 4 million Libertarian spoiler votes changing electoral college outcomes in 13 states, the Democrats erased all bragging about flinging kids and brown people into the slammer over recreational drugs, and proceeded to win. If the Republican party is capable of learning it ought to imitate the LP and again back the Equal Rights Amendment, as in 1940 and 1976 and never breathe another word about bullying girls over abortion or shooting kids over plant leaves. 

America ain’t Germany… got that?

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Libertarian Women’s Rights 1980-83

This series describes the erosion of the Libertarian Party’s commitment to the defense of individual rights of women. Almost no women with a full set of teeth or natural hair are attracted to the Libertarian Party anymore. Find out why.

1980 LP plank: “We support the right of individuals to contract freely with practitioners of their choice, whether licensed by the government or not, for all health services. We oppose any compulsory insurance or tax-supported plan to provide health services, including those which finance abortion services. (44 words)

[The tacked on sellout means women get bullied until AFTER the AMA and GOP quit subsidizing pseudoscience, prohibition and market allocation in order to increase penalties and asset forfeiture, and the LP was OK with this inversion of priorities. Pick up on the competition below.] 

1980 Republican platform demands Abortion Prohibition Amendment. Republicans go ballistic with pressure, libel, non-sequiturs, race-suicide hobgoblins, hatred, lies, infiltrators and intimidation to try to undo the Libertarian Party’s 1972-76 defense of individual rights for women. Cowardice strikes deep as God’s Own Prohibitionists carve their prejudices into stone, and Phyllis Schaffly. This carving triggered events in the real world. Schlafly, like Ayn Rand, opposed genocidal communism.(link) Unlike Ayn Rand, Schlafly spearheaded a series of political demonstrations by harridans and zealots against the very thought of women being endowed with individual rights.

1982 events: Three men identifying as the Army of God kidnapped Hector Zevallos (a doctor and clinic owner) and his wife, Rosalee Jean, holding them for eight days.(link) Vandals in San Joaquin County, CA, flooded Planned Parenthood, glued locks, tore out phones; San Francisco clinics were targets of harrying intimidation. Cherry Hill women’s clinic in NJ was firebombed in October, so that at least five clinics closed thanks to pro-violence groups like PLAL.(link



How many Irishwomen does it take to repeal a papal bull?

1983, The Irish Constitution was amended to intrude coercive legislative jurisdiction within individual female bodies–banning pregnancy termination. This exportation of Republican National Socialism was repealed in May of 2018, after 35 years of criminal violation of individual rights.(link) Ireland had no more power to resist the Reagan Administration than Ethiopia was equipped to resist invasion by Mussolini’s régime in 1935. This usurpation was recently repealed (May 2018) by a better than 2/3 margin.

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The Libertarian Party’s drift toward Christian National Socialist values continued, as this series is also Continued…

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Libertarian Women’s Rights 1972-76

How many Argentine women voters does it take to defeat mystical fascism?

Three out of four “Libertarians” aren’t women. How did this occur within the first party ever to gain an electoral vote for a female candidate on the top ticket with a pro-choice platform? One thing is certain. It didn’t come honestly. Here’s the interplay between our platform and fascist parties pressuring us: 

1972 LP: “We further support the repeal of all laws restricting voluntary birth control or voluntary termination of pregnancies during their first hundred days.” 

(Those 22 words formed the basis for Roe v. Wade 45 days after the electoral college voted). The platform also declared against licensing requirements of the sort that make the AMA lobby a cartel exempt from antitrust laws–a cartel that makes all health care unaffordable and enables coercion or women by religious fanatics manipulating medical licenses. By our principles and priorities, grown men who cannot understand that “All persons born” does not include the unborn ought to work to repeal medical licensing laws if they are against health subsidies. Adults should also read the 19th Amendment, which suddenly became highly relevant in October 2021. 

1976 LP: “We further support the repeal of all laws restricting voluntary birth control or the right of the woman to make a personal moral choice regarding the termination of pregnancy.” (29 words)

1976 GOP: “The question of abortion is one of the most difficult and controversial of our time. It is undoubtedly a moral and personal issue but it also involves complex questions relating to medical science and criminal justice. There are those in our Party who favor complete support for the Supreme Court decision which permits abortion on demand. There are others who share sincere convictions that the Supreme Court’s decision must be changed by a constitutional amendment prohibiting all abortions. Others have yet to take a position, or they have assumed a stance somewhere in between polar positions.
We protest the Supreme Court’s intrusion into the family structure through its denial of the parents’ obligation and right to guide their minor children. The Republican Party favors a continuance of the public dialogue on abortion and supports the efforts of those who seek enactment of a constitutional amendment to restore protection of the right to life for unborn children.”

The GOP also supported passage of the ERA, oddly enough, as it had in 1940 when FDR won a third term. The fact may have influenced inserting “denial of obligation” verbiage to disparage “freedom from coercion” by obscuring and encoding the meaning. 

Note: Battle lines were being drawn. Women were either individuals with rights or breeding units useful to the Political State, racial eugenics theorists and political collectivists. These pressure groups wanted them conscriptable into involuntary servitude via forced labor. Women could be either-or, free individuals or milch cows, but not both. Republicans promptly put pressure on the Libertarian Party even as they sought to bribe and brainwash the young woman on whose behalf the Supreme Court had acted. She was pressured to recant, and the LP was infiltrated and pressured to drop that plank and replace it with something wordier, less honest and more pleasing to our shoot-first prohibitionist competitors.

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A Good Democrat

Will Rogers, A Good Democrat 1932 (link)
Same Spokesman: WILLS’ BIG FEET GLAD. Will Rogers, anti-entanglement America First isolationist p. 1

Find American Soil Best Place in Round World Trip. NEW YORK–Feb 9–Oh boy I was glad to set my old big feet on American soil, even if it has got a second mortgage on it.
Had the greatest trip I ever had in my life and I believe if everybody made it they might come back a little poorer, but better off in the feeling toward our country.
I know business is off, they say 60 per cent. Well that still leaves us 30 per cent ahead of anywhere I have seen.
If we can just let other people alone and do their own fighting, when you get into trouble 5000 miles away from home you’ve got to have been looking for it.

Yours, WILL ROGERS

Same page 1: Disarmament conferences 1932, ergo World War 2 in 1939

He came back, he said, to get in on the receiving end of President Hoover’s anti-hoarding campaign.
“I hear everyone is going to dig their dough out of their socks,” he said, “and I don’t want to be away under the circumstances.”
Conversation in Europe, he said, is sort of running now on single track. “When you’re introduced to somebody, they say ‘Glad to meet you, cancel the debts.'”

As for the Geneva Disarmament parley, that was a swell show, like the follies, only harder to crash. “The diplomats had all the tickets, and they were selling them.” …

Will revealed he offered to bet Ray Long, publisher, $1000 Hoover would be reelected, but Will’s wife confided the $1000 wasn’t forthcoming at the critical moment.

Other news on that same page tells of Chinese battling Japan–with tourists viewing the battles from ships, the Jewish National Workers’ Alliance of America announcing its 4th annual Queen Esther Beauty contest, and President Herbert Hoover declaring a Moratorium on handshaking–just like today.

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Brainwashed Looter Mobs

From John Hospers, Libertarianism: a Political philosophy for Tomorrow

Though the regulations and taxes are enough to discourage anyone to the point of giving up, the effects have been especially harmful to racial minorities, such as black people. Many Blacks have had to leave farms in the South because of government intervention: the government paid large subsidies to the big farmers, but the small ones were put out of business by the thousands. They left home in droves for the large industrial cities, only to find that they had been priced out of the labor market by minimum-wage laws and government-created unemployment. For some of them, there was still another possibility: start your own business. But the taxes and regulations described above were enough to prevent that possibility in most cases, or to bring them to financial ruin if they did start. (… link)

And so there was no way out but the government dole, year after year, and life in a ghetto which would have been no ghetto if enterprising building constructors had not been shackled by government regulations and taxes. The message to the black race should be clear: the government is not your friend! (link)

She's with Us!

She’s with Us! But anarchists are against us.

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Two Emancipation Proclamations

You no doubt recall the unfortunate Lord Dunmore, bullied by Patrick Henry then surprised by outright revolt of colonists. Dunmore issued the first Emancipation proclamation as a contingent quid-pro-quo. All a slave had to do was bear arms against the insurgents and for King and Country to become a freedman for life under British rule. Now, would you argue from that precedent that the Revolutionary war was fought by abolitionists the like of Benjamin Franklin, solely in order to strike off the come-alongs fastened as man’cles to limbs by th’ crool hand iv England? 

Yet the recycling of a tailored version of Dunmore’s proclamation was issued by Lincoln, after which the Union gained not a square inch of ground until Westerners eager for a slice of Protective Tariff windfalls to finance Improvements sailed down the Mississippi and Marched to The Sea. Lincoln’s post-deadline emancipation eliminated the colony part of the Metropole-Colony mechanism of Mercantilism, causing Yankee traders to lose all interest in prosecuting the war. Why invest in war if there’s no more brass ring?

The key to the mystery is the Nullification Crisis. A protective tariff enacted by promising Western States money for internal improvements was promptly dubbed the Tariff of Abominations by southerners. The Southern plantations were all that remained of the rump economic engine of mercantilism after the Revolutionary war. Before the revolt, England bought from and sold to the American colonies at prices that pleased His Majesty. The Acts of Navigation, which promised violent retaliation against foreign interlopers, were replaced by a for-revenue tariff to pay for a small navy and federal government expenses. As far as the Southern colonial-style States were concerned, the protective tariff amounted to bringing back the Acts of Navigation, handing yankee manufacturers a similar monopoly on farm implements sold to plantation owners. They reacted by passing laws prohibiting collection of the tariff, an President Jackson was obliged to explain how that left him no choice but to hang as many legislators as it took to repeal those ordinances.

Slavery was what made colonial cotton and tobacco plantations such a profitable possession. After Lincoln was elected, the heavily protective Morrill Tariff introduced by Morrill of Vermont amounted to another Tariff of Abominations, was replaced by another, similar bill by John Sherman of Ohio, brother of William Tecumseh Sherman, which was voted in on May 10, 1860–six days before Lincoln was even nominated. Texans seized federal armories, forts and a revenue vessel even before Lincoln’s inauguration, and the War between The States soon raged.

Interestingly enough, British and French opium sellers were at that time bombarding China to overcome residual prohibition of such imports. Declarations of sovereign immunity in the Civil War precluded a repeat of the British liquidation of American State bonds to expatriate the money and finance another opium war. That second Opium War was complicated by an ongoing religious civil war within China–with a chemically-induced form of slavery one of the issues at stake. Some Americans participated as mercenaries in that Chinese war. In fact, both Congressmen pushing the divisive tariff represented States bordering British Canada.

Lincoln’s Emancipation Proclamation, like Lord Dunmore’s, came in two parts. But since no confederate States were willing to surrender by the deadline in order to keep slavery on their plantations, Lincoln declared all slaves freed after 01JAN1863. Southerners reacted just as they had to Dunsmore’s proclamation, and refused to surrender until John Sherman’s brother William’s army destroyed and devoured practically everything on its march to Savannah, where the tariff was collected in gold as it always had been since before the Nullification crisis.

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Constitutional safeguards

That second wave…

As I write, it hits the crest of the second wave higher, more sweeping than the first, and dashing the hopes of those conservatives who thought the tide had spent itself in riding to power. These were the groups—industrialists, monarchists, Prussian junkers, business interests of all kinds—who imagined they could use Hitler and his hypnotic power to restore the old Germany.

–Anne O’Hare McCormick, October, 1933

Europeans are still trapped in 1920, between communist looters and pious fascist looters. All efforts to explain to them the possibility of a laissez-faire government that acts only to defend the rights of individuals from theft, fraud or violence–basically the initiation of force–and allows them to walk away anytime they want to, draws a blank. The mental blank shimmers a moment, then dissolves back into plutocratic fascism for some, and anarchistic communism for others. That is the closest Europeans are able to get to the ideals embodied in the 1972 Libertarian Party Platform. Even Englishmen struggle to overcome this indoctrination. In a hunger-strike effort to wean his people of cannibalism, an idealistic young tribesman’s hopes are crushed by conservative reductio-ad-absurdum in “The Reluctant Cannibal”.(link)

Since all possible alternatives to national versus international socialism are mentally short-circuited as crimethink, as thoughtcrime or simply wiped out entirely by reality control programming, there isn’t much point to trying to overcome dense strata of brainwashing deposited over millennia that exclude all thought processes liable to call into question altruism as the standard of ethical value. The U.S. managed to survive transatlantic waves of collectivist brainwashing, amplified and rebroadcast by Bellamy, Howells, Bryan, Sinclair and London over a century ago, thanks mainly to the critical influence of Mark Twain.

But there has never been a Mark Twain in Europe. Zamyatin dared to question the cult of collectivist unanimity, yet few recall his work.(link) Fewer still recall and understand that the judgment-drowning influence of social pressure pressure was identified and measured in the 1955 Solomon Asch experiments on Opinions and Social Pressure.(link) This monkey-see, monkey-agree tendency to this day shapes the size of committees to magnify their effect in the suppression independent thought.

Fortunately, the literary work of a survivor of the Soviet takeover, penned during the trials and hangings of National Socialist war criminals thirty years later, has reversed the tendency to enshrine aggression as the standard of value and panacea for all ills.(link) In fact, Atlas Shrugged puts forth a Constitutional Amendment able to protect the fractional-reserve banking system from the Crashes and Great Depressions brought on by predatory prohibition laws engendered by pseudoscience and self-deception:

“Congress shall make no law abridging the freedom of production and trade…”

Atlas Shrugged, by Ayn Rand

National socialists in America prefer to be addressed by the more polite euphemism “conservative.” As protective self-deception and to explain away the easily-understood fact that the prohibition of trade and production–even of alcohol and plant products–necessarily cripples the economy, they’ve invented the “business cycle.”(link)

By closing their eyes, believing firmly, and clicking their footwear together, mystical conservatives are able to “explain” that the market crashes preceding recessions during the Republican administrations of 1907, 1920, 1929, 1971, 1987 and 2008 were pure coincidence. The troughs of the business cycle sine wave simply coincided with their initiation of force to suppress some trade and production out of bad luck.

The framers of this fantasy are careful to use “GDP” instead of “GNP” for Gross National Product. Why? Because the man who coined the expression “Gross National Product” was economic statistician Clark Warburton, author of “The Economic Results of Prohibition.” That book demonstrated that the money invested in the illegal liquor, wine and beer markets amounted to 5% of the entire U.S. economy in 1932.

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Freak Brothers Cartoonist

Source of political and economic facts of life in Haight-Ashbury and Austin Texas

My generation had this older brother, a cartoonist who went to the University of Texas at Austin. In comics he ended up an instructor in economics, law and the inner workings of government. Gilbert Shelton created the Freak Brothers and Wonder Warthog.

Video cartoons of his characters have begun to appear. (link)

One of Shelton’s most useful observations is how in Europe the traffic lights are behind or beside your car when you stop at an intersection. The same system is used in Brazil. In the US and Russia, anyone can look straight ahead and see whether the the light is red or green. But in France the driver at the intersection cannot see the light and has to sit and wait for the people behind him–who can see the traffic light off to the side–to start honking to let it be known that the light turned green. I imagine you have to pass a hearing test to get a driver’s license.

Gilbert Shelton was the one source that alerted us to the creation of no-knock warrants. Nowadays you can hardly watch the news without seeing a sanitized report of how some cops First Responders™ with a no-knock warrant for a house across the street break down someone else’s door, murder everyone inside, then hide behind a judge’s gown waving a grant of extraterritoriality qualified immunity and get off scot-free. If this ever happens to you, let your next of kin know that I voted Libertarian.(link)

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Other dangers…


The American Translators Association was assimilated by the American Society of Association Executives back in the early 1990s. Those lampreys replaced our normal election processes with puppet electors rubber-stamping single-candidate table officer slates. Now its tentacles appear to be reaching out for the Libertarian party in the form of ASAE Constituent Relationship Management “help.” State and local LPs would do well to look for CRMs untainted by any connection with the ASAE.(link)

A case in point is the Travis County Libertarian Party, which quit accepting PayPal and whose Dues & Donations link now goes straight to the Just-Add-Water siphon hose to National HQ. This process began when Pat Dixon, antichoice Republican “convert” to the LP, decided the best way to stop money coming in was to throttle off the PayPal link. Importing Whitney Bilyew from a neighboring Dixiecrat State hasn’t helped. An important question to ask any candidate or volunteer is: “Are you or have you ever been a member, contractor or employee of the American Society of Association Executives?”

I would love to hear from anyone with state-by-state Libertarian party vote counts. I want to work out what little spoiler vote clout we have left.(link) With friends like the current Libertarian National Committee–which lost us our 328% vote increase and ballot access by running a borderless communist anarchist–who needs enemies?(link)  

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One law for me…

Eric Arthur Blair of the Burmese Imperial Police

 In colonial India, China under the East India Company and in other militarily defeated regions of the Ottoman Empire, there were two kinds of law after the Capitulations.(link) Foreign occupiers decreed their own sovereign, qualified or even unqualified immunity from the primitive laws of the unwashed subject races. The King of England, once he’d been declared as infallible as the Pope of Rome, could not be sued for cruelty, injustice, expropriations, murder, rape, torture or unmentionable affronts. After all, the premise itself made it logically silly to allow the courts to waste time prosecuting lawsuits already frivolous by definition

Another, no less logical consequence of this was that British imperial policeman Eric Arthur Blair considered it a perfectly natural thing to raise and lay about himself a stick expressly designed for the purpose of beating human beings into submission–casually and routinely clearing his path through crowded railway stations and street markets. These were the heady Burmese Days of the 1920s.(link

Officials less sensitive, concerned and aware than the future George Orwell doubtless delighted in even more brutal methods of clearing a path through the riffraff. In fact, it was probably Orwell’s ironic reference to Acting Brigadier-General Reginald Dyer, the “Hero of Amritsar”–who in those days was as infamous as American Lieutenant William Calley of My Lai Massacre fame–that got one of Orwell’s books banned during WW2.(link) Dyer ordered his troop to fire on unarmed “colored” civilians as if at an Atlanta Wendy’s, causing some 1600 casualties, a third of whom died. Unequal treaties eased the White Man’s Burden in that their extraterritoriality clauses protected them from liability for crimes in “native” courts. It was One Law for Thee, Another for Me. (link)

But that was long ago, before Socialist progress brought us the Ukraine famines, Siberian gulags, National Socialist death camps and Cambodian killing fields. Civilized America now grants Imperial style immunity to militarized police forces packed with violent, unionized, racial collectivists. Giving them free reign to shoot people in the back or break down doors to shoot us in our sleep over suspicion of plant leaves has brought results surprising only to the Imperial Kleptocracy. 

Recent riots wouldn’t even be surprising if the Kleptocracy could manage to censor the information out of existence the way the British Empire did George Orwell’s book “Burmese Days.” Instead of the memory hole or a gentleman’s agreement that the news “wouldn’t serve any real purpose,” we are instead subjected to jamming by noise in the form of fake news and propaganda, most of it unverifiable. Yet the principle hasn’t changed: One Law for Thee, Another for Me. All men are equal, but Kleptocracy minions with service pistols are more equal than others.(link

The difference in America, however, is that the Bill of Rights ensures individuals (and state/national militia) the right to keep and bear arms–up to and including nuclear-tipped antimissile defenses. Flailing your way with a stick through a crowd of Americans is an altogether different proposition from doing that to natives legally disarmed by His Majesty’s or Kristallnacht gun laws. If police union masterminds understood this distinction clearly, they would lobby less for asset forfeiture and more for repeal of prohibition laws–lest the little people they exploit for bribes and protection money find a way to replace them… with unexpected suddenness. 

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