No Lives Matter, by Robert Gore

Our dystopia is their utopia.

The only way to control a substantial population is to murder enough that the rest are terrified into submission. But it isn’t really the control that’s the objective, it’s the murder. At root, murder stems from a grotesque hatred of one’s self, which animates a craven fear of anything and everything, particularly death, and paradoxically, a psychotic desire to kill one’s self and every other value. Only by understanding our enemies do we have any chance of defeating them.

The twentieth century and the two decades of this one offer ample material to study the psychology of evil. In the nineteenth century, Fyodor Dostoyevsky masterfully plumbed those depths. In the barren desert that constitutes today’s intellectual life, the study of history has been discarded and great literature ignored or burned. They’re casualties in the war being waged on anything that helps us understand ourselves. In one sense Dostoyevsky couldn’t have anticipated the collectivist charnel houses of the century to follow, but in one sense he did. He knew charnel houses were the work of individual souls, and one couldn’t grasp the one without examining the other.

With many minority groups claiming historical injustices against them and demanding remedial recognition and reparation, with official endorsement by many institutions of those claims and demands, and with their propagation via all major channels of communication, no voices have been raised in support of the indisputably smallest and most persecuted minority group—the individual. “Individual” and “individual rights” are words that must not be spoken.

Any recognition of the individual draws attention to the fundamental and massive violation of individual rights stemming from coronavirus totalitarianism and governments’ encouragement of riots, vandalism, and violence. In a Peanuts cartoon, Linus exclaims, “I love mankind… it’s people I can’t stand.” The game is always the same. In the name of some collective greater good—safety, anti-racism, fill in the blank—the wealth, property, work, rights, freedom, and lives of individuals are stolen. Of course the alleged greater good is never realized, but that was never the point. The fountainhead of any collectivist ideology is the hatred these lovers of mankind have for people and their pursuit of happiness.

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For coronavirus, the blueprint has been to test restrictive measures in one jurisdiction, see if they fly, and then move to universal implementation. China’s lockdown was the model for global lockdown. Sweden was condemned and smeared for refusing to follow the crowd, but its condemners have no more concern for the Swedish population than they do for any other population.

Sweden has demonstrated that lockdowns are unnecessary. Its death rate is no higher than other European countries, and would have been substantially lower, perhaps cut by one-half to three-quarters, had it done a better job of protecting its elderly and nursing home patients. Unlike Andrew Cuomo and several other Democratic governors who made the same mistake, Swedish officials have admitted theirs.

Swedish openness is antithetical to coronavirus commissars bent on propagating propaganda and enforcing draconian dictates. However, the ultimate danger to their regime will come when a vaccine arrives. After almost five months of what were supposed to be two weeks of lockdowns ostensibly sold as necessary to “flatten the curve,” it’s obvious the lockdowns are meant to prevent herd immunity, keeping people away from sunlight and fresh air, both of which bolster the immune system, and enforcing isolation and loneliness, which impair it. In other words, they’re designed to make the outbreak worse. If you’re surprised—regular readers won’t be—welcome to reality.

When the vaccine arrives, the Swedish people will have achieved herd immunity (apparently they already have in urban centers), which traditionally has been the way humanity has dealt with viruses. An immune herd doesn’t need a vaccine and while the Swedish government probably won’t prevent anyone who wants one from getting one, it probably won’t be mandatory, unlike most of the rest of the world.

That will prompt unwelcome questions among the thinking remnant. If herd immunity works, why did we have to lockdown? Why can’t we just complete the herd immunization we’ve already started? Will a vaccine, like lockdowns, make the outbreak worse? Why are we running the risks and bearing the enormous expense of a vaccine that’s been rushed to market and inadequately tested, will be only partially effective, will be adulterated with unhealthy preservatives and adjuvants, and will undoubtedly have unanticipated side effects, some of which may be severe? What’s the rights-destructive, life-threatening agenda behind the vaccine?

While China was the beta test for lockdowns, apparently New Zealand and Australia serve as such for the next iteration of totalitarianism. China’s draconian measures were instituted in Wuhan, which actually had a serious coronavirus outbreak. New Zealand’s and Australia’s coronavirus death rates are infinitesimal: 4 per million in the former, 18 per million in the latter (Worldometers.info). Despite these scant numbers, New Zealand is under lockdown and has postponed an election (nobody has died of the coronavirus since May) and Melbourne has instituted, “the harshest lockdown conditions of all Western democracies” (“Letters From Melbourne, a ‘Ghost Town Police State’ Under Brutal Covid Lockdown,” Robert Bridge, strategic-culture.org). Here are Melbourne’s restrictions, the preview of coming attractions that will eventually be rolled out around the globe:

Despite the extremely low death rate, Melbourne residents – or shall we call them what they really are, prisoners – must adhere to the following rules:

– No traveling more than 5 kilometers (3.1 miles) from their homes;

– No traveling to other states inside of the country;

– Those under house arrest are permitted to leave home for just one hour each day for exercise;

– Only one person is permitted to go shopping per family each day; shopping is to be done within 5 kilometers from home;

– Unlike traditional prisons, visitations are not permitted to house arrestees;

– All school activities are to be conducted online;

– All businesses, services and construction cancelled;

– Organized sport, forget it;

– In the case of funerals, try and delay your demise if at all possible, otherwise, expect just 10 guests;

– Ditto for weddings;

– Curfew in effect between 8 pm and 5 am.

These restrictions will be in place for (at least) six weeks.

Letters From Melbourne, a ‘Ghost Town Police State’ Under Brutal Covid Lockdown,” Bridge

So much for pompous invocations of the “traditional Anglo-American protection of freedom and individual rights.” It also gives the lie to the desperate delusion to which millions still cling: that these measures have something to do with health and safety. They are all about power and control, which is why their proponents are uninterested in research that demonstrates their measures are ineffective or counterproductive (or demonstrate that the cheap, readily available drug hydroxychloroquine, used with an antibiotic and zinc, is an effective prophylactic and treatment), and censor such research. In the US, that hypocritical indifference was made clear when coronavirus totalitarianism was relaxed for politically approved George Floyd protests and riots.

The often unstated objective of power and control is death. It’s easier to see when rioters are allowed to loot, destroy, and murder with impunity. Coronavirus killers hide behind doctors, scientists, and public health officials making scary predictions and pronouncements, “greater good” justifications for bankruptcy, unemployment, and misery, cloying propaganda that turns professionals charged with caring for the afflicted into “heroes” for caring for the afflicted, and sheep-like compliance with draconian, ineffective, freedom-destructive edicts to combat tiny risks. It’s the difference between a quick execution and slow but deadly poisoning.

You see it on the Internet videos of once great cities—New York, Chicago, San Francisco, Seattle, Los Angeles, Portland, Detroit, Baltimore, Philadelphia, Minneapolis, St. Louis—in their death throes. Coronavirus totalitarianism and the riots should be listed as causes of death, but there is common underlying comorbidity: statist collectivism. The productive tax base is fleeing, but it’s been milked and extorted for years by profligate, corrupt Democrat politicians (all of the above cited cities have been run by Democrats for decades) to line their pockets and buy votes. From each according to his ability to each according to his vote.

The heretofore insulated elites who prattle about social justice and defunding the police are now beset by “social justice warriors” destroying their neighborhoods, looting their shopping districts, and brutalizing innocents as pleas for protection go unanswered. The police-maintained barrier between the ghettos and the high-rent districts has been breached by thugs who drive, cell phones, instant messaging, flash riots, random destruction and violence, and plenty of cash and firearms. It won’t be restored and the elites know it. They can hire private security and hunker down or they can flee. A substantial percentage are fleeing.

The rest of us watch the urban detritus videos in horror: homeless encampments stretching for blocks, boarded up stores and restaurants, beggars, food lines, thieves, random violence, impoverished mothers and children, people urinating, defecating, masturbating, and shooting up in full view, discarded needles, broken windows, abandoned and burnt-out buildings, decimated neighborhoods, and the ubiquitous cockroaches and rats. Only if you understand that this is what the collectivists had in mind can you understand the chaos and unfathomable evil enveloping the world. Our dystopia is their utopia.

The carnage, chaos, and collapse in full bloom in American cities are the sum and substance of what the statist collectivists want. Is this the prelude to the imposition of a totalitarian order? By whom and with what? The cities are technically bankrupt, burdened with medical and pension promises they couldn’t pay when they had economies and tax bases, and now both are withering. They could turn to their respective states, but the states are in no better shape. That leaves the federal government—the world’s biggest debtor—and its magic central bank. They can create debt and exchange it between themselves but neither can create a dime’s worth of real production or employment. Anybody see the flaws in this arrangement?

That supposedly leaves only a totalitarian global superstate, headed by statist collectivists, to impose its brand of order, which is just another brand of death. A totalitarian global superstate and its cash-abolishing, cryptocurrency-issuing, transaction-monitoring central bank will still have the same old problem: neither one can create a dime’s worth of real production or employment. A fiat cryptocurrency is still a fiat currency and will go the way of all fiat currencies—debasement to worthlessness (see “Doubling Down On Failed Policies With Central Bank Digital Currencies,” Alasdair Macleod, goldmoney.com).

They’ll have what they call a demand management problem, that is, a lot of desperate, hungry people. One way to manage demand is to eliminate it, so expect them to take up the sport of tyrants—killing people—in earnest. They may clear homeless encampments with bulldozers without bothering to move the inhabitants out of their tents and boxes. Their vaccines might have side effects that wipe out a few million or billion—sacrifices must be made for the greater good (the tyrants will of course be exempt from such sacrifices). Perhaps a war or two. Records set by Hitler, Stalin, and Mao will be in jeopardy. They could Soylent Green their victims to feed the rest of the population; they’ll have to keep some of the drones alive.

Free, self-interested, productive people in a capitalist economy will always figure out ways to feed themselves and make their lives better. Collectivist statism brings only poverty, starvation, horror, and death. Beneath their rhetoric that’s what its proponents want. It’s better to realize this before the boarding calls for the socially distanced cattle cars and the socially distanced line for the gas chambers.

Power, as they like to remind us, grows out of a barrel of a gun, but moral legitimacy ends when that gun is aimed at the innocent. Nothing good has or ever will come from such evil. Dostoyevsky knew that it’s not history, or a socioeconomic system, or a political ideology from which evil flows, it’s the human soul. Recognize the homicidal-suicidal souls among us for what they are.

41 responses to “No Lives Matter, by Robert Gore

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  2. Excellent, Robert!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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  8. I will be watching for the implementation of the “Melbourne Plan”; before COVID, I would not have thought this likely could occur in the US. However, the passivity of the populous toward the political draconian anti-rights lockdown has me mortified that a successful, sustainable response to reverse this plan of our destruction is even possible.

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  9. I am an Australian, living in New South Wales, but I feel as if I am living in a science fiction nightmare. If I didn;t watch TV, I could carry on day to day without any knowledge of the destruction of what I have always considered to be my world. Apart from social distancing, and the occasional face mask, everything else is as usual (pre covid). So get out of town if you can! Work on a farm, pick fruit, dig potatoes, just stay safe.
    Check out the ozpreppers.

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  10. SUPERB work, sir!!!
    Tucker Carlson lays out the source of all our strife for cash for the criminal grifters! Brilliant nailing of da boyz we cannot speak the names of!!!!!

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  13. This expands the meaning of the term “assisted suicide”

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  14. Thanks Robert,
    Seeing that others see it, and get it, is a boost to our fight. This is an endurance race.
    Who is “The Authority?”
    Do you remember when God was the authority? God, then the people, then the people we hired to serve us,and do a job? me either.
    This starts again with each individual.

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  29. Great article. However, this line appears to have some questionable figures: “New Zealand’s and Australia’s coronavirus death rates are infinitesimal: 4 per million in the former, 18 per million in the latter (Worldometers.info).”

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  31. Richard Raymond

    Does anyone get the sense that we are beginning to resemble the plight of whites in South Africa for the past 25 years?
    The vaccine will be much more dangerous, Catherine Austin Fitts likens it to an operating system that will alter our DNA permanently with 5G and enable TPTB to monitor us 24/7.
    https://www.lewrockwell.com/2020/08/no_author/the-vaccine-from-hell/

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  32. I don’t understand how the British and American governments, both real eager to get people back to work and slow in implementing lockdowns to begin with, are indicative of some master plan to… what, ruin the economy? It makes not one lick of sense. Anyone who has listened to Trump and Johnson will know they’re chomping at the bit to get the economy going, consequences be damned. Else they have to take on more public debt (and piss off their power brokers hæmorrhaging profits).

    Certainly we agree that the MSM and other parties endorsing the BLM protests was gross hypocrisy, though.

    Additionally, Anders Tegnell himself stated that the herd immunity plan has been “surprisingly slow”, as recently as June. Figures were 6.1% of the populace showed antibodies, which we know are also likely not long lasting anyway as to make a difference. Hardly a glowing endorsement of their plan, especially when their per capita rates of death are up there with the other poorly run responses, such as the U.K.

    I think it’s safe to say that Draconian national lockdowns are not effective if not handled right, and that now we’re familiar with the enemy, targeted controlling is far more useful in the form of local lockdowns. These have proven to be successful in the cases of Leicester and Oldham in the U.K.

    I also dislike the pining for a vaccine as if it’s some silver bullet to this predicament. Assuming one is even viable (a big assumption given the nature of coronaviruses), one isn’t coming down the pipe for months at the absolute earliest (unless one wishes to be a guinea pig for the Russian variant). As someone who has worked in Big Pharma, let me tell you that cutting corners here is not in our best interests, and much as the anti-vaxxers are dangerous, they have broken clock syndrome on their side when they rail against a rushed vaccination programme in the name of satiating big business’ desire for normality.

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  33. Mr. Gore, it is where they go wrong.
    These ruthless people do not understand how mean us good folks get when they violate our codes.
    Their dystopia is not my utopia.
    See what I did there?
    All those poor folks on the edge of that mass grave, they don’t have a rifle.
    But I do. 🙂
    I withdrew my consent. Thats my most powerful weapon. But its not as powerful as it can be. But it is because I am a free man of the west armed to the fucking teeth. I am not alone. I am part of a legion who has no use for utopias or dystopias. It is one reason why we are armed with the finest property ever devised to begin with, the Acme of small unit infantry combat rifles. The AR platform. It is the Rifle in the hands of the dirt people who changed the world in the most positive ways imaginable. Liberty is the offspring of the natural right to property, in the form of the Rifle.

    Not my utopia as long as I got boolits left and strength in my finger to pull the trigger. And even then, if its a knife or a tree branch, I still say BFYTW.
    Never give up.
    Lets Win!

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    • I’m all in.

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      • Most Excellent! I’m honored to share in your sentiment. It is a great and enduring courage.
        The great thing with the honorable resistance is it is a unique plurality of people, though few might call it such, it is a legion of people, and every day as our enemy takes off the gloves, people see how bad this evil is, the Honorable Resistance grows, then one day something magic happens, the plurality begins to grok it is a plurality, it is legion in nature. This self awareness changes the entire dynamic of resistance to tyranny. What form the tyranny or who the tyrants and their proxies are is inconsequential to the Zeitgeist.

        I have given this thought for decades, never quite able to define whats in my head and heart. But I know it to be true. Maybe that is all that matters.
        Yet if I have difficulty with expressing the contents of this thought process and the crux of my beliefs, it’s safe to say I’m in good company. And I mean good, company.

        I’m wholly enamored of Lord Babington’s great work, Horatius At The Bridge. They used to teach us as children of such things:

        – from: http://englishverse.com/poems/horatius

        Horatius At The Bridge
        Thomas Babington, Lord Macaulay (1800–1859) XXIV
        (short version)

        Fast by the royal standard,
            O’erlooking all the war,
        Lars Porsena of Clusium
            Sat in his ivory car.
        By the right wheel rode Mamilius,
            Prince of the Latian name;
        And by the left false Sextus,
            That wrought the deed of shame.

        XXV
        But when the face of Sextus
            Was seen among the foes,
        A yell that rent the firmament
            From all the town arose.
        On the house-tops was no woman
            But spat towards him and hissed,
        No child but screamed out curses,
            And shook its little fist.

        XXVI
        But the Consul’s brow was sad,
            And the Consul’s speech was low,
        And darkly looked he at the wall,
            And darkly at the foe.
        ‘Their van will be upon us
            Before the bridge goes down;
        And if they once may win the bridge,
            What hope to save the town?’

        XXVII
        Then out spake brave Horatius,
            The Captain of the gate:
        ‘To every man upon this earth
            Death cometh soon or late.
        And how can man die better
            Than facing fearful odds,
        For the ashes of his fathers,
            And the temples of his Gods,

        XXVIII
        ‘And for the tender mother
            Who dandled him to rest,
        And for the wife who nurses
            His baby at her breast,
        And for the holy maidens
            Who feed the eternal flame,
        To save them from false Sextus
            That wrought the deed of shame?

        XXIX
        ‘Hew down the bridge, Sir Consul,
            With all the speed ye may;
        I, with two more to help me,
            Will hold the foe in play.
        In yon strait path a thousand
            May well be stopped by three.
        Now who will stand on either hand,
            And keep the bridge with me?’

        XXX
        Then out spake Spurius Lartius;
            A Ramnian proud was he:
        ‘Lo, I will stand at thy right hand,
            And keep the bridge with thee.’
        And out spake strong Herminius;
            Of Titian blood was he:
        ‘I will abide on thy left side,
            And keep the bridge with thee.’

        XXXI
        ‘Horatius,’ quoth the Consul,
            ‘As thou sayest, so let it be.’
        And straight against that great array
            Forth went the dauntless Three.
        For Romans in Rome’s quarrel
            Spared neither land nor gold,
        Nor son nor wife, nor limb nor life,
            In the brave days of old.

        XXXII
        Then none was for a party;
            Then all were for the state;
        Then the great man helped the poor,
            And the poor man loved the great:
        Then lands were fairly portioned;
            Then spoils were fairly sold:
        The Romans were like brothers
            In the brave days of old.

        XXXIII
        Now Roman is to Roman
            More hateful than a foe,
        And the Tribunes beard the high,
            And the Fathers grind the low.
        As we wax hot in faction,
            In battle we wax cold:
        Wherefore men fight not as they fought
            In the brave days of old.

        XXXIV
        Now while the Three were tightening
            Their harnesses on their backs,
        The Consul was the foremost man
            To take in hand an axe:
        And Fathers mixed with Commons
            Seized hatchet, bar, and crow,
        And smote upon the planks above,
            And loosed the props below.

        XXXV
        Meanwhile the Tuscan army,
            Right glorious to behold,
        Come flashing back the noonday light,
        Rank behind rank, like surges bright
            Of a broad sea of gold.
        Four hundred trumpets sounded
            A peal of warlike glee,
        As that great host, with measured tread,
        And spears advanced, and ensigns spread,
        Rolled slowly towards the bridge’s head,
            Where stood the dauntless Three.

        XXXVI
        The Three stood calm and silent,
            And looked upon the foes,
        And a great shout of laughter
            From all the vanguard rose:
        And forth three chiefs came spurring
            Before that deep array;
        To earth they sprang, their swords they drew,
        And lifted high their shields, and flew
            To win the narrow way;

        XXXVII
        Aunus from green Tifernum,
            Lord of the Hill of Vines;
        And Seius, whose eight hundred slaves
            Sicken in Ilva’s mines;
        And Picus, long to Clusium
            Vassal in peace and war,
        Who led to fight his Umbrian powers
            From that grey crag where, girt with towers,
        The fortress of Nequinum lowers
            O’er the pale waves of Nar.

        XXXVIII
        Stout Lartius hurled down Aunus
            Into the stream beneath;
        Herminius struck at Seius,
            And clove him to the teeth;
        At Picus brave Horatius
            Darted one fiery thrust;
        And the proud Umbrian’s gilded arms
            Clashed in the bloody dust.

        XXXIX
        Then Ocnus of Falerii
            Rushed on the Roman Three;
        And Lausulus of Urgo,
            The rover of the sea;
        And Aruns of Volsinium,
            Who slew the great wild boar,
        The great wild boar that had his den
        Amidst the reeds of Cosa’s fen,
        And wasted fields, and slaughtered men,
            Along Albinia’s shore.

        XL
        Herminius smote down Aruns:
            Lartius laid Ocnus low:
        Right to the heart of Lausulus
            Horatius sent a blow.
        ‘Lie there,’ he cried, ‘fell pirate!
            No more, aghast and pale,
        From Ostia’s walls the crowd shall mark
        The track of thy destroying bark.
        No more Campania’s hinds shall fly
        To woods and caverns when they spy
            Thy thrice accursed sail.’

        XLI
        But now no sound of laughter
            Was heard among the foes.
        A wild and wrathful clamour
            From all the vanguard rose.
        Six spears’ lengths from the entrance
            Halted that deep array,
        And for a space no man came forth
            To win the narrow way.

        XLII
        But hark! the cry is Astur:
            And lo! the ranks divide;
        And the great Lord of Luna
            Comes with his stately stride.
        Upon his ample shoulders
            Clangs loud the four-fold shield,
        And in his hand he shakes the brand
            Which none but he can wield.

        XLIII
        He smiled on those bold Romans
            A smile serene and high;
        He eyed the flinching Tuscans,
            And scorn was in his eye.
        Quoth he, ‘The she-wolf’s litter
            Stand savagely at bay:
        But will ye dare to follow,
            If Astur clears the way?’

        XLIV
        Then, whirling up his broadsword
            With both hands to the heights
        He rushed against Horatius,
            And smote with all his might,
        With shield and blade Horatius
            Right deftly turned the blow.
        The blow, though turned, came yet too nigh;
        It missed his helm, but gashed his thigh:
        The Tuscans raised a joyful cry
            To see the red blood flow.

        XLV
        He reeled, and on Herminius
            He leaned one breathing-space;
        Then, like a wild cat mad with wounds
            Sprang right at Astur’s face.
        Through teeth, and skull, and helmet
            So fierce a thrust he sped,
        The good sword stood a hand-breadth out
            Behind the Tuscan’s head.

        XLVI
        And the great Lord of Luna
            Fell at that deadly stroke,
        As falls on Mount Alvernus
            A thunder smitten oak.
        Far o’er the crashing forest
            The giant’s arms lie spread;
        And the pale augurs, muttering low,
            Gaze on the blasted head.

        XLVII
        On Astur’s throat Horatius
            Right firmly pressed his heel,
        And thrice and four times tugged amain,
            Ere he wrenched out the steel.
        ‘And see,’ he cried, ‘the welcome,
            Fair guests, that waits you here!
        What noble Lucumo comes next
            To taste our Roman cheer?’

        I personally believe in a different dialectic of being born and raised an American Freeman of The West, in which as with many human constants which are true otherwise everywhere else, America is another thing entirely… history tells us that is centered in the rest of the western hemisphere outside the history of America. There is a fundamental element, missing in those other places and history. A history which is centered around owning property, in particular, a Freeman’s small unit infantry combat rifle, which ones Rifle is before anything else. Very important feature of our culture and it’s origins.
        Again, the center of our Freeman history is not Christ or our faith in the great creator, it is not prosperity or creation of wealth, not even the form of republican form of government, not our culture itself even, it is our Rifles.
        It is our Rifles which we own as personal property, the unalienable natural born right to defend oneself with ones Rifle made everything else and the blessings of Liberty possible.
        It can not be stated enough. It is not stated enough. Enough of us state it enough that enough of us are fully cognizant of our Rifles profound place in OUR history and culture, no one else’s. Our culture is upstream of all politics, this makes us natural grass roots open source insurgents by birth by nature and by choice. And choice it all comes down to, the choice to never bend your knee and the use of those means which assures we all remain free men, even if our life it taken in the defense of our choices and the Liberty those choices represent. Yet even more so it is our consent, and our withdrawal of our consent which is the most powerful weapon ever devised. MYOB! I Won’t! and BFYTW.
        Thank you very much.

        A most dependable mistake our avowed enemies, The Human Extinction Movement, aka, “THEM” make in understanding, just how mean us good folks here get when our codes are violated, is part of this unique difference in Western Christian history and culture from the remainder of the West. Born out of 2000 years of Athenian, Greco/Roman culture and the unbroken line of history right to this very moment. In ways I can not define but do possess a life long bone deep sense of, an every day practicing mind set and way of life centered around my Rifle, and, the truth I am blessed, fortunate to be born and live Traditional American way of life directly connected to the causes and reasons America exists in the first place, this difference, or should I say unique never before seen element, creates an entirely different and unique dialectic. There is an entire rich traditional cannon for it. That it is so ignored by the intelligentsia and even most of the thought leaders and historians of our present time, is instructive in itself.
        Even more indicative of the profound nature and value of this cannon, is these codes precepts rights and history, the culture from which it is derived, our history, is the singular purview of Zman’s so named dirt people.
        That, it is the purview, and only the purview of the dirt people to effect positive change on this mortal coil. There simply are no others. I look around I see no one, past present or future who have will can or are effecting positive change.
        And when Z says the dirt people, this includes a lot of walks of life of American’s. We are dirt people because we are not just not of the various elites or their institutional order, we are deliberately excluded, we are feared as no other power on Earth, for we dirt people are a power, or I should say we have incredible power, which very tellingly we do not abuse, if anything we are amazingly reluctant to employ our power, in part because of the prudent nature of our dirt people culture, partly because we are highly tolerant, some contend to a fault, but thats losing the forrest for the tree’s perspective. We are right to be prudent people, toilerant of much that other people and their cultures could never endure in humility and consideration of consequences of our actions, and even more valuable our self responsibility and self determinism. Throw in self reliance and can do mind set, we are unique. Name other people like this? I think there are no others like us dirt people. God bless us please.
        The main thing is, but there for the grace of God I go. As one great historical figure put it: “Our Cause We Leave To God and Our Rifles”

        Remember unlike any place in the world, here, us dirt people we are A Legion armed to the teeth with our own rifles and ammunition. No where else is this true. There is a great manifest element in this regardless of the hesitant use of our Rifles to redress the evil and injustices aligned against us which are maliciously consciously with tyrannical intent arrayed against us, simply because we only ask, we just wish to be left alone unfettered by any State or Leviathan, any potentate king president dictator, the whole lot of human history’s actors who do not want to represent our best interests or defend those interests, but want to Rule over us, or liquidate us, or both.

        Granted it is difficult to compensate for the effect our singularly unique codes beliefs rights and culture, centered around our Rifles when speaking or writing about our dirt people history, as nobody and I’m saying NOBODY knows what will happen, but, the truth remains, millions who self armed themselves to the teeth is a factor like none other, and one more factor, is very few manage to cognitively make allowance for this truth.
        Funny that…

        The only future history I can say with total unalienable confidence is I myself will never bend a knee. I will never Consent, my Consent is utterly withdrawn, it is mine, and even if somebody was to put a gun to my head threaten me with death, it is still my choice, no matter what I win, I have made my self responsible choices as an armed to the teeth prudent American Man of The West, that to use my Rifle, my property, in my and my loved ones, my tribe’s and my local communities, my cultures and histories defense, is to choose to do so before I must do so using my Rifle.

        In all of the world in all of the history, the only time I know of in which this pure resistance to tyranny was part and parcel of a free people was at the hot gates of Thermopylae:
        Μολὼν λαβέ

        ANY FATE BUT SUBMISSION
        Ave! AVE CHRISTUS REX EMPERATOR! Ave!
        Resistance is to tyranny not only is fertile, it is the most legitimate thing imaginable.
        Die First Then Quit

        The founding dirt people:
        Cultivators of the earth are the most valuable citizens. They are the most vigorous, the most independent, the most virtuous and they are tied to their country and wedded to its liberty and interests by the most lasting bands. – Thomas Jefferson

        The Legion of dirt people is alive…

        In Essentials Unity
        In Non Essentials Liberty
        In All Things Charity
        – Augustine of Hippo

        Patrick Henry:
        “Guard with jealous attention the public liberty. Suspect everyone who comes near that precious jewel. Unfortunately, nothing
        will preserve it but downright force. When you give up that force, you are ruined.”

        “…Freedom isn’t merely an idea. When an individual feels and knows he is free, all sorts of changes take place, even on a physical level:
        Brain function increases and quickens. Endocrine levels optimize. The cells of the body awaken to a higher degree, and energy output rises.
        From the point of view of the free individual, things are upside down. It is HIS power that is primary, not the monolithic corporate State’s…”
        – Jon Rappoport

        John Adams:
        “You have rights antecedent to all earthly governments; rights that cannot be repealed or restrained by human laws; rights derived from the Great Legislator of the Universe.”

        Fourth Generation war is rooted in a crisis of legitimacy of the state.
        – William S. Lind

        Every citizen should be a soldier, this was the case of the Greeks and Romans and must be that of every free state. – Thomas Jefferson

        “Sic Semper Tyrannis” (Thus always to Tyrants)
        It’s a Latin phrase attributed to Marcus Iunius Brutus, one of the people who assassinated Julius Caesar. It is a shortened version of the phrase “Sic semper evello mortem tyrannis” (“Thus always I bring death to tyrants”)
        Tyrants have a difficult time establishing a beachhead when everyone they hate and envy who is their existential enemy is armed to the teeth.

        VLADIMIR NABOKOV
        It is hard, I submit, to loathe bloodshed, including war, more than I do, but it is still harder to exceed my loathing of the very nature of totalitarian states in which massacre is only an administrative detail.

        People are very concerned about losing their God given rights in totality. Oh the 2nd Amendment! they are taking it away, I got kicked off Faceborg! The cops are in cahoots protecting antifa! etc.
        All good.
        What we must be aware of regardless you can not loose those God given natural rights anymore than you can lose your heart, your right arm, your unconditional love of ones child, these things of unalienable origins that make up human freedom are just as much a part of you as your right arm.
        Yeah…but you must believe in these things, or you are ready to take the dirt nap. The turning we are in, fence sitting and a wet finger in the wind is not a protection once enjoyed.

        What you have to be concerned with is two things, you fight now, or you die, may be both. By fight, means not only with your Rifle, but support, by other means in the battle, be it the moral, or logistical, of this Warr, as Hobbes states this kind of war our enemies wage against us.
        But whatever, if you do not fight you eventually end up as a slave with nothing, or dead, because death in large numbers of all who hold those God given rights as sacred code is an integral part of imposing all tyranny.
        Yes.
        In the final equation by fighting you win no matter what, you win if you die, you win if you live.
        It is the only deal you get.
        Arm yourself to the fucking teeth.
        Fight like there is no tomorrow.
        And no matter what, you are a winner, because you die without giving up your access and use of your God given rights, or you live, and get to live those blessings of Liberty. It is powerful magic, this audacity, there’s motive power within we who wield it unlike any, indomitable, relentless, cold, merciless, because when you violate our dirt people codes, and do not stop doing so, you release us from all prudent hesitation, we no longer are committed to turning the other cheek, we don’t care, this is Warr to the knife, to the teeth, us good folks get mean like nothing this world has ever seen.
        Thats it in a nutshell.
        Much more good.
        BFYTW

        I might say to others, think I’m talking out my ass?
        How do you suppose this country and the blessings of Liberty began?
        The fucking tooth fairy left it under our pillow?
        This is America. “Fuck you”, “Because Fuck You Thats Why”, is always a choice.

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        • “…simply because we only ask, we just wish to be left alone unfettered by any State or Leviathan, any potentate king president dictator, the whole lot of human history’s actors who do not want to represent our best interests or defend those interests, but want to Rule over us, or liquidate us, or both.”

          It really is that simple. Like I said, I’m all in.

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  34. Anyone that has read and/or studied History, can tell you that the majority of the Lower to Lower Upper class citizenry of every country that fell to Socialism/Communism, has said to themselves

    “That can’t not happen here.”

    Only to see it happen.

    The end result is usually:
    99% of the population becomes controlled by 1% of the self appointed.

    Of the 99% they will lose what little wealth and stability they had.
    Between 6% and 8% will lose their lives in the 1st 5 to 10 years.

    Of that 99%, death will usually be caused by:
    Poor Government controlled food supplies and the resulting starvation. Poor Government controlled medical treatment and lack of medical supplies.

    Immediate Government fueled paranoia, coupled with the emergency measures and use of prisons and extermination solutions to instill fear and control.

    and there will be a population exodus of families to still free countries, which will have planted 5th column operatives, to spread the ideology and report on Ex-pat refugees.

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