False Flag Infiltration 2

Twoscore and six years ago our Libertarian party WROTE the Roe v Wade decision prying Republican, Dixiecrat and Prohibitionist claws off of women’s bodies. But observe how carefully former Republican corrections officer and male politician Brandon Phinney of NH, skirts those individual rights. Planned Parenthood and the Center for Disease Control alike are agencies of public health, yet the candidate views only germ and virus epidemics as a bad enough neighborhood effect (or weapon of war) to merit government protection of the individual rights involved.  The Malthusuan disaster narrowly averted by pharmaceutical advances and the legalization of birth control speech and action Phinney professes to view as someone else’s problem.

First NAMBLA/Schwartz, now this!

Republican convert to the Libertarian Party? Wes Benedict wants my money for THIS?

Turncoat spies and infiltrators have always been a staple in the politics of looter parasitism. We would be naïve to expect any less today than mystics opposed to birth control yet willing to put up with funding of vaccinations to fend off epidemics no less Malthusian cross-dressing as Libertarians. Now the cross-dressers are anti-mystical collectivists–in a desperate effort to drag us down.

It is true that your blogger here was one of seven or so students at the University of Texas who voted to add the atomic symbol to the American Atheist magazine logo. Impressed by Kubrick’s Dr Strangelove and Pat Frank’s Alas Babylon–I concluded that modern weapons were too dangerous to depend on decisionmaking rooted in primitive superstition. They were, after all, developed to rid the planet of Christian National Socialism and godly Japanese Imperialism.

Yet primitive superstition, though diminishing, still has enough momentum to enact rights-destroying laws. By the same token, the population curve still has enough momentum to test humanity’s ability to provide for an additional 160 people per minute–this even though the slope of that curve tilted from positive to negative half a century ago, when there were but three billion of us.

That same month Madalyn O’Hair’s son Jon visited the UT campus atheist group spouting Marxist rhetoric no less fallacious than the ravings of competing organized mysticisms.

Jon and his mom were evidently murdered by their colleagues a couple of decades later, and her other son now leads the Jesus Crusade Against Planned Parenthood. Judging by results, collectivized counter-mysticism, Soviet or American, does not exhibit a consistent record of shining success when it comes minimizing the initiation of force and protecting the rights of individuals.

Though the Libertarian Party had been in existence for nearly five years, the fact was never mentioned within earshot of unmystical college students. Many libertarians today are simply non-superstitious individuals. The vast majority do not want to be enlisted or coerced by fanatics standing at Armageddon and Fighting for the Lord–nor by “atheists” fighting at that same Armageddon for Karl Marx. Advocates of coercion handily manipulate Mohammedans, Christians, Buddhists (as in Aum) and Socialist Man in their war against rights. Circumspection around these tribe-members is a good idea.

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Orwell and no Libertarian Party

There are ominous parallels between “The Last Man in Europe” (published as “1984”) and “Homage to Catalonia,” which recounted Orwell’s struggles as a militiaman in the Marxist Unification Workers’ Party militia fighting christian fascism (El caudillo de Dios) in Spain. Back before there was any such thing as an aggression-rejecting Libertarian Party, intellectuals had to side with either International or National Socialism. There was no way out of that universe-of-discourse dilemma. Writer Henry Miller was one of the rare famous libertarians rejecting the entire false dichotomy, to Orwell’s shock and dismay. Ayn Rand’s “We the Living and “Anthem” and were published in 1936 and 1938, but Orwell managed to ignore her somehow.

Richard Gere look-alike

Henry Miller

Orwell contrasts Henry Miller’s Tropic of Cancer with a book by Louis-Ferdinand Céline, which was a “protest against the horror and meaninglessness of modern life–actually, indeed, of LIFE.” But Miller’s book “is the book of a man who is happy.” In 1936 Miller “felt no interest in the Spanish war whatever. He merely told me [Orwell] in forcible terms that to go to Spain at that moment was the act of an idiot.”

So what is fascism? Trotsky’s pamphlet offers nothing resembling a definition. Orwell, faced with the same question, likewise produced no definition. Instead, Orwell in 1944 also spouted gibberish to justify evading an objective definition certain to enrage religious fanatics:

“To say why would take too long, but basically it is because it is impossible to define Fascism satisfactorily without making admissions which neither the Fascists themselves, nor the Conservatives, nor Socialists of any colour, are willing to make.” –Orwell, What is Fascism? 1944

Yet the closer one looks at German National Socialism and Spanish, Vichy & Italian fascism, the more their definition converges on simplicity itself:

Fascism, (n.) Religious socialism.

Mussolini signed a treaty with the Pope to bring religious indoctrination into government school classrooms. Franco’s own posters described him as el “Caudillo de Dios,” saluted by the kiddies, and Adolf Hitler–painter of churches, Jesus and Madonnas–passed up no opportunity to exploit Christian altruism as a vehicle for demonizing “selfishness,” meaning all things Jewish and/or laissez-faire (meaning liberal).

Death to godless commies!

God’s Own Dictator!

During the Spanish revolution, Orwell reported, a sign of anti-religious “leftist” sentiment was the chiseling of religious symbols off of gravestones at the local graveyard. Yet Orwell shied from openly mentioning religiosity as the crucial difference in the late thirties or early forties.

By the 1970s, fans of Robert Heinlein and Ayn Rand were forming the Libertarian Party as an alternative to linear, anti-life ideologies so popular among Europeans. The first Libertarian platform included a plank the Supreme Court copied as its Roe v Wade decision striking down ku klux Comstock laws. Soon politics changed from a one-dementional line to a two-dimensional plane representing the four states available where there are two separate binary switches.

To those who, like King Solomon, recognize freedom from coercion as an indivisible whole, there is no real left or right. Both labels are the result of an assumption that freedom can safely be divided by having the right people commit just enough violence to make things better, provided their motives are altruistic. Whether such credulity is prompted by fear or hatred is irrelevant, for wherever it exists a skilled bipartisan persuader can convince both kinds of altruists that they AND their adversaries are both right, and then increase how much violent coercion is “just enough.”

This has happened in Germany, Austria, Italy, Rumania, Russia and its satellites, Japan, China, Burma, India, Vietnam, Cambodia, Brazil, Chile, Argentina, Peru, Venezuela and Ecuador, all mohammedan countries and most African nations at one time or another. All of them started by assuming freedom could be “cut” with just the right amount of coercive aggression, then increased that amount until totalitarian rule became established. Observe that ALL totalitarians criticize as “anarchic” anything that offers more freedom than their armed goons have orders to tolerate. The best hedge against the abyss of totalitarianism is a functioning Libertarian Party.

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The Antichoice, then and now…

Romanian Communist Dictator via unanimous single-party “election”, tried and executed December 25th 1989:

NICOLAE CEAUȘESCU: I repeat: I am the president of Romania and the commander in chief of the Romanian army. I am the president of the people. I will not speak with you provocateurs anymore, and I will not speak with the organizers of the putsch and with the mercenaries. I have nothing to do with them.

Republican U.S. President, via campaign subsidized by Nixon Anti-Libertarian Law of 1971, quoted August 2018:

“I view it as an illegal investigation…There should never have been a special counsel.” —Trump on Mueller inquiry

Both politicians suppressed individual rights, especially of women, but were deified by fanatical cliques.

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Romanian Comstock laws

Gemeinnutz vor Eigennutz!

National and international socialism united!

Romania struck down its Comstock laws and legalized female individual rights back in the 1950s, before there were birth-control pills. Communist dictator Nicolae Ceausescu in 1966 decreed American-style Comstock coercion of the sort President Grant had signed in 1873. Both laws banned pregnancy termination, contraceptives, publications or even private speech about such subjects and provided fines and imprisonment. The Romanian birth rate doubled in 1967, and the maternal mortality rate tripled under Ceausescu’s use of national State coercion to ward off the “race suicide” danger Republican Theodore Roosevelt penned, opening the gates for collectivist eugenics with forced labor replacing the individual rights of women.

As alike as peas in a pod

Ford, Nixon and Ceausescu, before defeat, impeachment and execution

Ceausescu immediately became the fair-haired boy of the Republican party. Nixon in 1972 made a point of aping Ceausescu’s visit to China the previous year. Dixiecrats sought to emulate Ceausescu’s Lebensborn policy of stripping women of rights and sending them into forced labor. This they accomplished by threatening (and occasionally shooting) physicians. As late as 1983, Republican Vice President George H. W. Bush referred to Ceausescu as “the good communist”.

But disaster struck in 1972 when nearly 4000 voters (and one elector) cast ballots for the Libertarian Party platform, which said:

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

After the votes were counted the Supreme Court ruled in Roe v Wade:

“(a) For the stage prior to approximately the end of the first trimester, the abortion decision and its effectuation must be left to the medical judgment of the pregnant woman’s attending physician. …”

The Republicans and their mentors, the Prohibition Party, had by next election composed another Force Amendment to undo the Supreme Court’s repudiation of the Comstock laws they’d managed to get past the Reconstruction Congress in 1873. This demand for a force Amendment has been parroted for 45 years, since the first election following the Roe v. Wade decision. The 2016 version recites:

“We support a human life amendment to the Constitution and legislation to make clear that the Fourteenth Amendment’s protections apply to children before birth.”

The Prohibition party has dropped this plank and opted to instead support the Gospel of Global Warming. But like Rumanian communism or an Orwellian Inner Party, the Republican party faithful look at the Fourteenth Amendment’s “All persons born” and see instead “All ova fertilized…”. No clearer example of the self-deception that forms the basis of totalitarian altruism has ever been presented.

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Brazilian illiteracy and prohibition

A shipment of Brazilian marijuana was forfeited to the Highway Patrol there because of a spelling error.

Chicken backs are spelt “dorso de frango.” Illiterates filling out the bill of lading labeled the cargo “dorço de frango,” arousing police suspicions. Sure enough, packages of hempen plant leaves had also been placed aboard the truck carrying frozen poultry from Cascavel in the interior of Paraná. Here’s a video showing what went down.

The driver, 31 years old, was seeking to make ends meet in a nation’s virtual economic collapse caused largely by prohibitionist U.S. meddling overseas. I’ll explain:

The communist income tax amendment was enacted to overturn the Supreme Court decision in Pollock v. Farmers’ Loan and Trust Company, (1895). Readers of this blog will recall that the Panic of 1893 had several components (sudden ramp-up of customs seizures enforcing the tariff on opium imports, subsidized coinage of silver mined in Western States recently admitted to the Union, Chinese reaction to renewal of Geary Exclusion law, collapse of French investment in Panama Canal construction, People’s Party communists obtaining almost 9% of the popular vote, scooping 5% of the electoral votes from 3 states and installing three socialist politicians in Congress).  As soon as the insurgent looters were seated, they and others began agitating for the income tax. The prospect was enough to cause capital to flee banks and brokerages and the economy collapsed entirely. The Supreme Court had to be called upon to reverse Congressional dereliction, and ruled that the tax law violated the Constitution since it imposed taxes on personal income derived from real estate investments and personal property such as stocks and bonds.

The Supreme Court decision was a correct interpretation of the Constitution’s grant of powers. However, that court’s Dred Scott decision was also correct regarding the text which had to do with fugitive slaves. In reaction, the 13th and 14th Amendments were imposed to nullify verbiage abetting slavery at a time when votes from unreconstructed Confederate States did not count. Just so did suddenly-entrenched Altrurian communists react to the Court’s rescue of the economy-on-strike from the 1894 income tax. The Democratic party–eager to procure populist spoiler votes–promptly committed itself to championing the incorporation of Communist Manifesto Plank 2 (progressive income tax) into the Constitution of These United States.

But the reason the Dems won in 1892 in the first place goes back to the Comstock laws. These religious blue laws defined mothers’ breasts as indecent pornography, ordered postal inspectors to seize all birth control devices and drugs (including condoms) and provided lengthy prison terms for even telling someone about such things. Encouraged, temperance prohibitionists such as Benjamin Harrison ran for office and doubled down on legislating mystical deontology. Dems resisted by condemning “sumptuary laws which vex the citizen and interfere with individual liberty.” But the Cleveland Administration was soon swept up by enthusiasts for the sort of wholesale looting of the populace which had already caused the Whiskey Rebellion, the Nullification Crisis and the Civil War.  People nurse a grievance when coerced at gunpoint.

Pressed by the Libertarian Party platform since 1972 and awakened by the George Wehrmacht Bush “good-faith” asset-prohibition Crash of 2007, American voters are now defecting to the Libertarian Party just as the Supreme Court did in 1973.

Malthusian disaster averted!

Time derivative of world population growth

But neighboring countries–former colonies of Spain and Portugal–are still jailing, robbing and murdering their citizens using laws the U.S. imported from Italy and Germany and reexported to Latin America since before the Eisenhower Administration. Brazilians are forced at gunpoint to vote for some 33 communist and fascist parties subsidized by campaign subsidy laws similar to the one signed by Nixon in 1971. Bolivia elects communists because papist puppets favored by Washington seek to shoot and jail people over plant leaves. Same thing in Brazil, Argentina and Venezuela. They are trapped in a unifilar political rut from which Libertarian spoiler votes have gradually freed the U.S. and Canada over the past 46 years.

So while young men in Colorado can have jobs and cannabis without fear, their South American counterparts smuggle to overcome starvation under economic régimes already stale when Hoover, Ike, Nixon and Stalin regulated economic activity at gunpoint.

You can correct this injustice by setting an example: vote Libertarian. Fewer than 4000 LP votes toppled Dixiecrat coercion of women. Four million such votes just ended much discrimination left over from the Comstock and Jim Crow eras. If our fellow Americans are prevented from voting Libertarian by the puppets our parents and grandparents propped up, the least we can do is cast law-changing spoiler votes to stop this wholesale exportation of prohibitionist fascism and predatory socialism.

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Republicans Fear LP Spoiler votes

Lose the looter planks or lose the election

Law-changing spoiler votes

Nixon’s Republican Party changed the tax code to pay the media to ignore the Libertarian Party in 1971, the year we were founded. Yet with its first published platform the LP parlayed fewer than 4000 votes into a win for women in the US and Canada.

The LP platform language:

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

was translated by Austin attorney Libby Linebarger into the Roe v. Wade decision

“(a) For the stage prior to approximately the end of the first trimester, the abortion decision and its effectuation must be left to the medical judgment of the pregnant woman’s attending physician. …”

The next election, 1972, both the Republican Party and its spoiler vote controllers demanded a Constitutional Amendment to overturn that Libertarian Party platform plank copied by the Supreme Court. The Prohibitionists have finally given up and are pushing the Global Warming Apocalypso. But Republican partisans are still in a rut as of their 2016 platform:

We support a human life amendment to the Constitution and legislation to make clear that the Fourteenth Amendment’s protections apply to children before birth.

The 14th Amendment, by the way, starts by protecting “All persons born”, not all ova fertilized.

God’s Own Prohibitionists have since 2013 had mystical shills penning tear-jerker insinuations at Forbes. After carpetbiting for an Amendment to undo the Libertarian Party’s 1972 plank for 46 years, Republicans now understand that the collectivism of race suicide paranoia is the anvil that is drowning their party. Global Warmunism is the even bigger anvil drowning the Democratic and Econazi parties. Good riddance!

Yet in our battleground states, where Libertarian vote counts are larger than the difference between the Nationalsocialist warriors-for-the-babies and the Soviet socialist energy slave abolitionists, we handed the election to the least coercive candidate, and the looter parties lost those about evenly. Our pro-choice candidate may win the NM senate race, and not just in the usual sense of WINNING by forcing the looters to repeal bad laws (or getting the Supreme Court to strike them down).

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Atlas Shrugged, 2018

Who is John Galt?

Dallas’ looter government ruined Yellow Bike companies with fees, taxes and regulations. Hello Starnesville!

“Nobody can be sure of anything.”

—Rudy Giuliani, asked how he could be sure Trump had no advance knowledge about the June 9th Trump Tower meeting.

Does this sound familiar? Compare…

“Nobody is right, or ever can be.”

—Dr Robert Stadler, Atlas Shrugged.

“Nobody is right or wrong, we’re all in it together, we’re all human—and the human is the imperfect.”

—Lilian Rearden, Atlas Shrugged

“Nobody is fully right or wrong!” “How can we ever be sure of anything?”

—James Taggart, Atlas Shrugged.

Remember the blighted areas in Atlas Shrugged? Places where altruistic politicians sent men with guns to help by militarizing prohibitionism, inducing asset forfeiture as predatory parasitism and replacing choice with coercion? They’re baaaack…

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