Climategate: Scam of the Century Exposed

So.. another day, another scam exposed. This is biggest one of our lives though:

Climategate: the final nail in the coffin of ‘Anthropogenic Global Warming’?

Inhofe Says He Will Call for Investigation on “Climategate” on Washington Times Americas Morning Show

Editorial:  Hiding Evidence of Global Cooling

You are going to hear this story being discredited from many sources I’m sure and that is to be expected from the completely owned and corrupted MSM.  Lest you think that this is nonsense, please take the time to read the facts.  Your future and all of posterity depends on it because this is going to happen if you don’t.

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Published in: on November 24, 2009 at 9:10 pm  Leave a Comment  

Continental Congress 2009 – LIVE!

Continental Congress 2009 – LIVE!

This is an historical event of a very significant magnitude.  America has not held a CC in 220 years!   We the People are in the process, as I write this, of righting all of the wrongs that our government has inflicted upon our Constitution and restoring our Constitutional Republic.  If you care about your country please get the word out there!

Published in: on November 15, 2009 at 8:02 pm  Comments (2)  

The Philosophy of Liberty

Founding FathersI have not been around for a while for various reasons, but I found some great material for you to think about. This will help answer if you are for “Freedom” or not.

The Philosophy of Liberty is based on the principle of self-ownership.  You own your life.  To deny this, is to imply that another person has a higher claim on your life than you do.  No other person, or groups of persons owns your life, nor do you own the lives of others  .

You exist in time: past, present, and future.  This is manifest in life, liberty, and the product of your life and liberty.  To lose your life is to your future.  To lose your liberty is to lose your present.  And to lose the product of your life and liberty is to lose that portion of your past that produced it.

The product of your life and liberty is your property.  Property is the fruit of your labor, the product of your time, energy, and talent.  Property is that part of Nature which you turn to valuable use.

Property is the property of others that is given to you by voluntary exchange and mutual consent.  Two people who exchange property are both better off or they wouldn’t do it.  Only they may rightfully make that decision for themselves.

At times, some people use force or fraud to take from others without volunatry consent.  The initiation of force of fraud: to take life is murder, to take liberty is slavery, and to take property is theft.

It is the same whether these actions are done by one person acting alone, by the many acting against the few, or even by finely dressed officials.

You have the right to protect your own life, liberty, and justly acquired property from the forceful aggression of others.    And you may ask others to help defend you.

But you do not have the right to initiate force against the life, liberty, and property of others.  Thus, you have no right to designate some person to initiate force against others on your behalf.

You have the right to seek leaders for yourself, but you have no right to impose rulers onto others.  No matter how leaders are elected, they are only human beings and they have no rights or claims that are higher than those of other human beings, regardless of the imaginative labels for their behavior, or the number of people encouraging them.

Officials have no right to murder, to enslave, to steal.  You cannot give them any rights you do not have yourself.

Since you own your life, you are responsible for your life.  You do not rent your life from others who demand obedience.  Nor are you a slave to others who demand your sacrifice.

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Obamatoons

Enjoy. 

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Fall of the Republic

Alex Jones’ latest and greatest.  Here is a brief synopsis of the film from Infowars:  

Fall of the Republic: The Presidency of Barack Obama boldly lifts the lid and unveils the fraud behind Brand Obama and how the globalists are using their newest, and slickest ever puppet to destroy the last vestiges of America’s freedom, Constitution and economy, all while helping the bankers loot the country clean.  The film exposes the agenda that Obama was put in place to accomplish, a world government allied with a bank of the world run by globalist eugenicists hell-bent on destroying America’s first world status and replacing it with a hollow shell of tyranny.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VebOTc-7shU

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Paul Craig Roberts: The Evil Empire

The US government is now so totally under the thumbs of organized interest groups that “our” government can no longer respond to the concerns of the American people who elect the president and the members of the House and Senate. Voters will vent their frustrations over their impotence on the president, which implies a future of one-term presidents. Soon our presidents will be as ineffective as Roman emperors in the final days of that empire.

Obama is already set on the course to a one-term presidency. He promised change, but has delivered none. His health care bill is held hostage by the private insurance companies seeking greater profits. The most likely outcome will be cuts in Medicare and Medicaid in order to help fund wars that enrich the military/security complex and the many companies created by privatizing services that the military once provided for itself at far lower costs. It would be interesting to know the percentage of the $700+ billion “defense” spending that goes to private companies. In American “capitalism,” an amazing amount of taxpayers’ earnings go to private firms via the government. Yet, Republicans scream about “socializing” health care.

Republicans and Democrats saw opportunities to create new sources of campaign contributions by privatizing as many military functions as possible. There are now a large number of private companies that have never made a dollar in the market, feeding instead at the public trough that drains taxpayers of dollars while loading Americans with debt service obligations.

Obama inherited an excellent opportunity to bring US soldiers home from the Bush regime’s illegal wars of aggression.  In its final days, the Bush regime realized that it could “win” in Iraq by putting the Sunni insurgents on the US military payroll.  Once Bush had 80,000 insurgents collecting US military pay, violence, although still high, dropped in half.  All Obama had to do was to declare victory and bring our boys home,
thanking Bush for winning the war.  It would have shut up the Republicans.

But this sensible course would have impaired the profits and share prices of those firms that comprise the military/security complex.  So instead of doing what Obama said he would do and what the voters elected him to do, Obama restarted the war in Afghanistan and launched a new one in Pakistan.  Soon Obama was echoing Bush and Cheney’s threats to attack Iran.

In place of health care for Americans, there will be more profits for private insurance companies.

In place of peace there will be more war.

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Published in: on November 8, 2009 at 1:42 am  Leave a Comment  

Is it time for Civil Disobedience yet?

I’m sorry people, but we’re probably never going to be able to “educate” enough of the American population to vote out all of the bad guys and put in all of the good guys to get us back to Constitutional Government. That is pie in the sky, wishful thinking.

Ghandi

Now, while I love the idea of educating our fellow citizens, I believe that isn’t enough. It’s going to take some real brave action on our part. I’m not advocating violence, but instead peaceful resistance.

The problem is that we’re still thinking old school. We’re still playing by the establishment’s rules. We need to start playing by OUR rules and live like free individuals, to hell with the consequences.

There are enough hardcore Paulites/libertarians/Constutionalists/Anarchists to get our way. They cannot arrest all of us, and the more we disobey, the more people we’ll get to disobey with us.

We’ve got the greatest tool the freedom movement could every hope for; the internet. Let’s start utilizing it for real and get serious! I wish Michael would put this up on the front page. We, as a community, need to have a real solid discussion about Civil Disobedience, and how to execute it. I believe we can do it. I believe we must do it. And I believe the better coordinated we are, the more effective it will be.

You know in your heart it is going to get ugly. You know it’s not going to be easy. But when has fighting for freedom ever been easy?

http://www.dailypaul.com/node/113803

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Being Pissed-Off Is Not Enough

Being Pissed-Off Is Not Enough
By Paul Rosenberg

If you are busy addressing the evil in the world, who is addressing the good? – Russell Means

The truth is that libertarians spend a huge number of brain-cycles on the concept of justice, and especially on all the ways they’ve been done wrong. These things should not occupy us as they do.

This is not to say that we don’t have reason to complain; after all, we’ve been born into a situation where one group of well-armed men tells everyone else, “Do what we say or we’ll hurt you.” Once you break through the brainwashing of your childhood and understand this, being pissed-off is entirely normal and entirely justifiable. It is not, however, something upon which to build a life, or even a philosophy.

Understand this: The things we complain about are legitimate and we should be mad, but they are surface issues; they are not the real deal. We need to see beyond injustice and our preoccupation with it. Being pissed-off is not nearly enough.

WE DEFEAT INJUSTICE, THEN WHAT?

Preventing injustice is not an end in itself – it is merely necessary to allow our work to proceed without molestation.

Does justice matter? For sure! But it is not the central issue – it is only necessary to keep destroyers away from our real work.

The purpose of law is to prevent successful coercion. It is necessary, even crucial, but it is not the end goal. Otherwise, once we kill injustice, we have nothing else; we are abandoned in a void.

Think of it this way: Let’s say that we were fully successful in getting rid of the state; then what? What do we do after the celebration party?

Play with this scenario for a minute:

It’s over. The state is gone. No big boss is telling you what to do any longer. There’s nothing to be angry about except some intermittent, garden variety crime. Now what do we do?

I hope you are not drawing a blank, but most of us do when presented with this scenario.

Here’s the big point I’m trying to make:

Whatever we would do after the celebration ends is what we should be doing now.

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Must Read Books

1225274637_85fac883b1The point of this is to collect & categorize, great, educational & must read quality books, articles & texts that essentially pertain to our movement of Peace, Truth, Freedom, Liberty & Prosperity! Book’s that enlighten about the current state of affairs, as well as heed warning & inform should be added here, please suggest them if they are not on the list. Also maybe provide a synopsis or blurb about it, as to why its such a classic, and I’ll add it up.

 

Sound Money, Economics

Callahan, Gene – Economics for Real People: An Introduction to the Austrian School
G. Edward Griffin – The Creature From Jekyll Island: A Second Look at the Federal Reserve
What Has Government Done to Our Money? – Rothbard, Murray N.
Politically Incorrect Guide to Capitalism, The – Murphy, Robert P.
Capitalism and Freedom by Freidman
F A Hayek – The Road to Serfdom.
Crash Proof – Peter Schiff
Economics in One Lesson by Henry Hazlitt
Attention Deficit Democracy
Age of Abundance
Freedonomics
Radicals for Capitalism
Confessions of Economic Hitman – John Perkins
Freakonomics — Stephen D Levitt
Thieves in the Temple – Andre Eggelletion
The Wealth of Nations – Adam Smith
Gold, Peace & Prosperity by Ron Paul
The Case for Gold – Ron Paul
America’s Great Depression- Murray N Rothbards

Individualism & Collectivism

Ayn Rand – The fountainhead
Ayn Rand – Atlas Shrugged
Ayn Rand – Anthem
Leftism Revisited: From De Sade and Marx to Hitler and Pol Pot by Erik von Kuehnelt-Leddihn
Classical Individualism: The Supreme Importance of each Human Being by Tibor Machan
Libertarianism in One Lesson by David Bergland
The Communist Manifesto – Karl Marx

 

Freedom & Liberty

Human Action by Mises
Civil Disobedience and other Essays by Henry David Thoreau
Molon Labe- ‘Boston T. Party’
Man, Economy, and State – Murray Rothbard
Founding Myths: Stories that Hide our Patriotic Past – Ray Raphael
For a New Liberty: The Libertarian Manifesto – by Murray N. Rothbard
Free to Choose by Milton and Rose Friedman
Freedom in Chains by James Bovard
Why Government Doesn’t Work — Harry Browne
How I Found Freedom In An Unfree World — Harry Browne
The Best Democracy Money Can Buy – The Truth About Corporate Cons, Globalization and High-Finance Fraudsters – by Greg Palast
The Federalist Papers – Alexander Hamilton, James Madison, John Jay
The Anti-Federalist Papers – Ralph Ketcham
Freedom Under Siege – Ron Paul
Ain’t Nobody’s Business If You Do- Peter McWilliams
The Machinery of Freedom by David Friedman
The Pursuit of Happiness: The Intellectual Defense of Liberty By Walter E. Williams

 

Law & the Constitution

Kevin R. C. Gutzman – The Politically Incorrect Guide to the Constitution
Frédéric Bastiat – The Law
Constitution in Exile by Judge Napolinano
Constitutional Chaos (what happens when the gov breaks its own laws)
The Law That Never Was
Good to be King – The Foundation of Our Constitutional Freedom by Michael Badnarik
The American Ideal of 1776: The Twelve Basic American Principles
The Constitution of Liberty – FA Hayek

 

Allegory

George Orwell – 1984
Brave New World – Aldous Huxley
George Orwell – Animal Farm
William Golding – Lord of the Flies

 

Philosophy & World view

Aristotle – Ethics
Plato’s – The Republic
Voltaire’s Philosophical Dictionary
Hermann Hesse – Siddhartha
Joesph Heller – Catch 22
Jonathan Livingston Seagull – Richard Bach
Illusions: The Adventures of a Reluctant Messiah – Richard Bach
The Prophet – Khalil Gibran
Thus Spoke Zarathustra by Friedrich Nietzsche ~ edited by Walter Kaufman
The Book of Disquiet- Fernando Pessoa
The Magus – John Fowles
Higher Consciousness by Ken Keyes, Jr.
Walden by Henry David Thoreau

 

MSM

Steven Poole – Unspeak
A Nation of Sheep – by Andrew P. Napolitano
Cognitive therapy and emotional disorders by Aaron T. Beck
How to lie with statistics by Darrell Huff
Politics and the English Language by George Orwell

 

War, Power & Foreign Policy

Imperial Hubris: Why the West is Losing the War on Terror[/URL] – Michael Scheuer
Sun Tzu – The art of War
Machiavelli – The Prince
Blowback: The Costs and Consequences of American Empire – Chalmers Johnson
A Foreign Policy of Freedom – Ron Paul
Dying to Win: The Strategic Logic of Suicide Terrorism – Robert Pape
Death by Government by R.J. Rummel
Armed Madhouse – Greg Palast
Gold Stranglehold: The Myth of Scarcity and the Politics of Oil by Jerome R. Corsi and Craig R. Smith

 

Politics and the current state of affairs

The End of America: Letter of Warning to a Young Patriot – by Naomi Wolf
The Death of the West by Pat Buchanan
Day of Reckoning by Pat Buchanan
A Brave New World by Aldous Huxley
The Late Great USA by Jerome Corsi.
Crossing The Rubicon[/URL] By Michael C. Ruppert
Conscience of a Conservative by Barry Goldwater
Breach of Trust by Tom Coburn
Liberty In Eclipse: The Rise of the Homeland Security StateBy William Norman Grigg
The Revolution: A Manifesto – Ron Paul

 

Education

A Peoples History of the United States – Howard Zinn
Lies My Teacher Told Me: Everything Your American History Textbook Got Wrong by James W. Loewen
Doubt: A History: The Great Doubters and Their Legacy of Innovation from Socrates and Jesus to Thomas Jefferson and Emily Dickinson – Jennifer Hecht
The Closing of the American Mind – Alan Bloom
The Secret History of the American Empire – John Perkins
Common Sense by Thomas Paine
The Politically Incorrect Guide to American History – Thomas E Woods, Jr.

 

Misc

The Prize
The Last Town On Earth – Thomas Mullen
Food Of The Gods by Terence Mckenna
Dedication and Leadership – Douglas Hyde
The Power of Myth – Joseph Campbell
None Dare Call It Conspiracy by Gary Allen
The Wave Principle of Human Social Behavior and The New Science of Socionomics by Robert R. Prechter

http://www.ronpaulforums.com/showthread.php?t=79751

 

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