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Corporations are not people. Money is not speech. This is the end of democracy. Politicians are for sale. The wealthy are taking over our government. Plutocracy, oligarchy, kleptocracy, corporatocracy, neo-feudalism, 1% vs 99%, and fire and brimstone coming down from the skies. Rivers and seas boiling. Forty years of darkness, earthquakes, volcanoes, the dead rising from the grave, human sacrifice, dogs and cats living together, and mass hysteria!
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Obama USING KIDS AS PAWNS to Push Anti-Gun AgendaDrinking With Bob perfectly conveys the anger we all feel at the hypocrisy and moral depravity of Obama using children as pawns in order to push for stricter gun control.Obama USING KIDS AS PAWNS to Push Anti-Gun Agenda by BlameThe1st
VIDEO: Obama Sinks to New Low: USING KIDS AS PAWNS to Push Anti-Gun Agenda...You think Barack Obama sat those kids down when he was done with them and explained to them what Fast and Furious is, that the Attorney General of the United States Eric Holder sold guns to Mexican drug lords, and those Mexican drug lords used those guns to kill Mexican citizens and United States border agents, and when Barack Obama found out about this, he did nothing but cover it up?
You think Barack Obama sat those kids down and explained to them that his daughters, Sasha and Malia, go to school with armed guards, and when the idea was voted to put armed guns in all schools across the country to protect all kids, Bar
Mike Malloy: Limbaugh Is Teh Ebil!When you think of someone evil, who is the first person who comes to mind? Hitler? Stalin? Bin Laden? Kim Jung Ill? Gadhafi?Mike Malloy: Limbaugh Is Teh Ebil! by BlameThe1st
Well to the unhinged hate radio host Mike Malloy, the person who best represents evil personified is…Rush Limbaugh! (Shocking, I know!)
I'm no fan of the neocon Limbaugh, but I wouldn't go so far as to call him evil, especially when there are far more evil people out there. (If you're lost on who, please refer to my list above.)
VIDEO: Epic Libtalk Anti-Limbaugh MeltdownBut this son of a bitch personifies - if ever evil could be rolled into a huge fat mass, this is it! This guy, this Limbaugh, this is one of the most vile human beings ever to live! If Limbaugh had the power, he would open gas chambers! If Limbaugh had the power, he would line up people up against the wall and execute them! If Limbaugh had the power, he would destroy childr
Underfunded Schools? Explain This Sports Stadium!Underfunded Schools? Explain This Sports Stadium! by BlameThe1st
The prevalent myth about our public schools is that they are underfunded. This myth flies in the face of reality when you consider that our country spends more on education per student than any other nation except Switzerland.
This myth especially crumbles when you consider schools such as Allen High School in Texas. The school had enough money—exactly $60 million!—to blow on an 18,000 seat high school football stadium. What’s worse is that the stadium recently shut down—only 18 months after opening!—due to "extensive cracking."
Our schools are underfunded, and yet this school flushed $60 million in taxpayer money down the toilet over a
[Censored]From: ______.co.uk[Censored] by Skargill
The situation is really [redacted]
And the conflict is long and protracted
We’re experiencing unheard of [typing error]
And unprecedented levels of terror
There doesn’t seem to be [deletion of expletive]
And the calls for talks are hollow and repetitive
Lives are being [word not found]
To save Euro’s, Dollars and the pound
All thanks to [name withheld]
And they chop at us like trees to be felled
Then there’s that lot from [space intentionally left blank]
You’d think they all worked for the bank
I never get home now before half eleven
Yours sincerely [subject: no 1001297]
In for a PoundI’m sure we’re all quite familiar with the name of Ezra PoundIn for a Pound by Skargill
The bloke that despite being quite clever had thoughts unsound
They say he was the father of several movements poetic
A pity that he succumbed to an ideology hateful and despotic
He’s heavily associated with verse that stimulates imagery
But then followed that up with publishing anti-Semitic forgeries
He witness the Great War that slaughtered many and spare too few
And somehow concluded that the best solution was to crush the Jew
When war in Europe look to be making a come back
Dear Ezra, clever so very clever Ezra gladly bought a new shirt in darkest black
America had never really appreciated the Herald of Imagism
But he found a home, in Rome marching in the Vanguard of Fascism
After that war did clever Ezra finally learn his lesson?
Sadly not, it appears his mind had suffered an irreversible recession.
He publicly abandoned his past acts, but this surface supplication
Was a fraud, for one of his new frien
Anti-Libertarian Cognitive DissonanceI’m currently working on new videos for my Anti-Libertarians Can’t Think playlist, and I’m considering writing an essay debunking some common anti-libertarian arguments.Anti-Libertarian Cognitive Dissonance by BlameThe1st
You can tell I’m in a very anti-libertarian mood, possibly because I’ve been inundated with so many anti-libertarian arguments from anti-libertarian screeds.
Anti-libertarian arguments are like the brooms from Fantasia: they’re easy to chop into bits, but they only keep coming back in droves. They just won’t stay dead!
But there’s one especially egregious argument that I keep running into, and it makes me wish I could simply kill it with fire and be done with it.
Anti-libertarian statists often ask why there haven’t been any libertarian societies. Salon’s Michael Lind once posed
Total ControlTotal Control by doolhoofd
First English, dan Nederlands.
"Totalitarianism is latent in technology. It was not merely Hitler or Mussolini who were totalitarian, or the Pharaohs as far as I am concerned. Totalitarianism is already present in the technical object."
- Paul Virilio
(The preview image above this text is the electronic eye of the conscious computer HAL9000 from Kubrick's 2001: A Space Oddyssey.)
...the contrast between the smooth hyperfunctional beauty of virtual reality and the grim facts of human lack and dysfunction grows ever larger; the ghosts of cruelties past and present haunt us; brutal realities lie in wait for those seduced by virtual paradises; sobering up is inescapable, ugliness cannot be avoided; our human weaknesses, our crudeness, our death - the fail, the negativity, all the shit is doomed to become fatally visible as a totalitarian drive to microscopic miniaturization and tightly controlled, superhuman purified perfection takes hold of the globe, becoming the trend of an age.
Petition- Please take a look.I wrote a petition to my nation's Prime Minister, asking for one simple concession: To allow minor political parties to be given a voice in the legislature. After all, the point of a political party is to unite with other people of the same ideology to show that you believe in it. So, it's defeating the point to have a bloc of parties tha do the same thing and stifle other, more radical parties and keep them from having a say-and whether of the left or right wings, in my opinion, that is infringing on freedom of speech, and I won't stand for it.Petition- Please take a look. by ComradeSch
If you agree, sign my petition, and allow voting for minor parties, so the Canadian House of Commons can truly represent all Canadians, however moderate or extreme they are.
FemiNAZI Attacks Pro-Life Teenhttp://motls.blogspot.com/2014/03/ucsb-professor-of-pornography-faces.htmlFemiNAZI Attacks Pro-Life Teen by Kajm
UCSB professor of pornography faces assault charges
A confrontation clearly showing why similar women are called feminazis
I've spent almost one year at UCSB in Santa Barbara in total. And yes, I've met tons of feminists and their apologists in California. Fox News brought us the following incredible story:
University of California-Santa Barbara feminist professor charged in confrontation with pro-life teen
This cute 16-year-old, Thrin Short, was protesting abortion on campus (in a free-speech zone, near the Girvetz Hall) along with her sister and some friend
Self Absorbed in the Political ForumHaving been labelled as being 'self absorbed' on the politics forum lately, I feel I ought to at least practice the crime I am accused of. Here are some of my personal highlights from that part of my life from the past few seasons.Self Absorbed in the Political Forum by AbCat
On libertarianism: "I'm simply pointing out the potential for evil in such an environment. Evil is a misrepresentation of most political movements, however in libertarian society there is no denying the wiggle-room for evil becomes more of a wiggle-hall - a veritable jazz ballroom of evil bebopping." http://comments.deviantart.com/18/1857550/3035735815
On the price of gold and goats: "Gold was actually $1177.21 per ounce on April 26 2010, and is currently $1533.79 per ounce. [link] A good performance for sure, but by no means a tripling. In fact other commodities, such as oil, [link] land, [link] and goats [link] have performed far better during the same time period." http://comments.deviantart.com/18/1590803/1975693075
On conscription: "Forcing someone into
Guys, PLEASE know the difference... TL;DR version: I have a lot of politically active friends (both on this sight, and off of it) that believe minarchism = anarcho-capitalism. Truth is, that is simply not the case.Guys, PLEASE know the difference... by ReXspec
To quote the wiki, " Anarcho-capitalism advocates abolishing the state. Minarchism has been variously defined by sources. In the strictest sense, it is the political philosophy which maintains that the state is necessary and that its only legitimate function is the protection of individuals from
Revolutionary IconsLooking at the Iconic photo of Ernesto Guevara AKA el CheRevolutionary Icons by Skargill
I can’t help but think that he’d have been perfect in an ad for Timotei
With such thick hair
And enigmatic stare
Perhaps I should find me a lookalike, and they say Revolution doesn’t pay
Feminists Aint What They Used To BeFeminists Aint What They Used To Be by BlameThe1st
Today is International Women’s Day, which should be a celebration of women and their accomplishments, but more often than not, is coopted by radical feminists in order to push their myopic worldview and agenda.
Too many times, when someone like me expresses our disdain with modern feminism, the knee-jerk reaction from feminists is “Oh yeah! What do you have against equal rights for women?!”
I don’t think anyone else can offer a better rebuttal to this insipid question than Bernard Goldberg.
The following is an excerpt from his book “100 People Who Are Screwing Up America.” The entire book is exactly what the title says: a list of people whom Bernie feels is making America a worse place to live. It’s an amusing and equally enlightening read, and one that I highly recommend.
Before his epic list, he offers a few pre
This Is What Gun Control Looks Like!This Is What Gun Control Looks Like! by BlameThe1st
You probably assumed I would discuss the recent Chinese train station massacre that left 27 people dead and 109 injured—all due to knives rather than guns! While this event does prove what most sane people have been arguing—that bad guys with the intent to murder will manage to kill people even without guns—I felt like focusing on a more localized event that reveals the real horrors of a “gun-free” world.
The date is July 1, 2012. The place is a small Michigan town. The person is Milton Hall, a 49-year-old homeless man with a history of mental illness.
Hall was confronted by police outside a convenience store. He was armed with a pocket knife; the six officers with their guns.
When Hall refused to comply with the officer's demands, they fired 47 times at
Greenpeace Co-Founder Testifies on Climate ChangeConfessions of a ‘Greenpeace Dropout’ to the U.S. Senate on climate change.Greenpeace Co-Founder Testifies on Climate Change by Kajm
Our friend Dr. Patrick Moore, co-founder of Greenpeace, went before the U.S. Senate yesterday to tell his story as it relates to global warming/climate change. It is well worth your time to read. WUWT readers may recall that since Dr. Moore has decided to speak out against global warming and for Golden Rice, Greenpeace is trying to disappear his status with the organization, much like people were disappeared in Soviet Russia.
Statement of Patrick Moore, Ph.D. Before the Senate Environment and Public Works Committee, Subcommittee on Oversight
February 25, 2014
“Natural Resource Adaptation: Protecting ecosystems and economies”
Chairman Whitehouse, Ranking Member Inhofe, and members of the Committee. Thank you for the opportunity to testify at today’s hearing.
In 1971, as a PhD student in ecology I joined an activist group in a church basement in Vancouver Canada and sailed
Federal Judge Upholds School American Flag BanFederal Judge Upholds School American Flag Ban by BlameThe1st
I know it’s been forever since I’ve written something, but a recent news story brought my piss to such a boil that I had to vent about it.
First, allow me to provide a hypothetical scenario: imagine a girl decided to attend school wearing next to nothing with a revealing top and even more revealing short skirt. (You know: the typical attire for high school girls!) Now imagine that this girl was accosted by a pack of horny, testosterone-driven jocks and gang raped.
The students are brought before the principal. However, rather than reprimanding the rapists and having their sorry asses expelled and arrested, the principal instead reprimands the rape victim for tempting the boys with her revealing outfit, and as a precautionary measure against future rape incidents, passes a strict dress code prohibiting girls from wearing such sensual clothing.
On Civil Disturbance and SocialismOn Civil Disturbance and SocialismOn Civil Disturbance and Socialism by ComradeSch
Civil disturbance is one of the key factors in revolution, and revolution is one of the key factors of socialism. Perhaps it would not be a stretch to state that civil disturbance is a road to socialism, as some will say democracy is. But in any case, without civil disturbance, many of the advances we have made would never have happened.
As an example, Martin Luther King, Jr. made the March on Washington in an effort to end racial segregation, and he did. Ghandi made the salt march in 1930 to protest the tax on salt. Although he was arrested, it made little difference to him, and he kept on breaking the laws, resisting against the British. Occupiers of the time. The February Revolution of 1917 was a civil disturbance caused by lack of bread, the injustice of the bread lines, and the fact that bread was hoarded from the factory workers and peasants.
The Chinese revolutions all the way from the turn of the century to the formation of the People’s
Titanicfan1000's Reaganite PlanWith so many fiscal issues to deal with, I’ve decided to make a plan for trying to balance the budget and fix this bad economy in our current state in November 2013.Titanicfan1000's Reaganite Plan by Titanicfan1000
Supply-Side Tax Cuts
Looking at the history of tax cuts in 1921, 1964, 1981, and 1997 we know that tax cuts have worked before in American history and we need them now. At the same time, we can eliminate some rates to get rid of a complex tax system. A tax system that looks like this (for singles):
1. 10% ($0 - $8,025)
2. 15% ($8,926 - $36,250)
3. 25% ($36,251 - $87,850)
4. 28% ($87,851 - $183,250)
5. 33% ($183,251 - $398,350)
6. 35% ($398,351 - $400,000)
7. 39.6% ($400,001+)
Can instead be:
1. 10% ($0 - $40,000)
2. 25% ($40,001 - $199,999)
3. 30% ($200,000+)
Reducing the complex seven rates to three simple rates reforms the IRS and the tax code benefits all of the American people. These are obviously not the only tax rates to deal with because we also need to cut the capital gains tax, the corporate tax
When did Global Warming Begin?When did Global Warming Begin? by Kajm
When Did Global Warming Begin?
Posted on January 25, 2014 by justthefactswuwt
Image Credit: Marathon Nation – Soft Pixel
By WUWT regular “Just The Facts”
There have been a number of statements made recently about “Global Warming Deniers”, e.g. “White House: Global Warming Deniers Wrong to Reference Polar V
The Laymans Guide to PoliticsThe Layman’s Guide to PoliticsThe Laymans Guide to Politics by ComradeSch
This is a simple guide to various ideologies, their ideals, and what makes them what they are. Note how I do not express opinions in it at any step- That is because I wish to allow you to choose for yourself. I do draw on examples here and there, to show the variating beliefs of those within an ideology.
We will go in order from far right to far left. The terms “Right”, “Centre” and “Left” are from the French Revolution of 1789-1799, when radicals (the socialists of their time, who wanted an equal French Republic and the elimination of the monarchy) sat on the left of their parliament, the moderates in the centre, and the royalists (who wanted to reinstate the monarchy) on the right.
So in any case, we will begin with Nazism/National Socialism.
The ideals of the National Socialist/Nazi are an elimination of democracy, strong nationalism and a totalitarian state that recognises the superiority of certain races over