The Greatest Christmas Gift Is Truth

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Hahaha here is a hilarious 4 minute video on the 12 banned items by the TSA for Christmas. It’s nice to know that our Federal Government is using our hard earned tax money wisely by giving these nice incompetent people a job. We should feel grateful for the sexual molestations and occasional theft that occurs in the name of the “War on Terror”. All in an honest day’s work!

Here is a hilarious yet on point 2 minute video on the abuses we all directly face with the NSA’s immoral and unjust criminal activities. Stop funding these criminals with your tax dollars! Stop committing tax financed murder overseas! Just ignore the State and it will go away!

Here is a funny 2 minute cartoon video on Season’s Greeting from Spying Claus. This is a special message from your neighborhood magical, morbidly obese, diabetic, mythical, peeping tom philanthropist.

Here is a fascinating 8 minute Stefan Molyneux examination on the importance of teaching one’s children the truth about the world, or at least one’s understanding of the truth, let alone not lying to them with a mythical quasi NSA figure such as Santa Claus that “sees us when we’re sleeping, knows when we’re awake, and knows if we’ve been bad or good.”

Others argue “Believing in Santa Claus gives kids a sense of wonder about the world.” Is it necessary to lie to our children in order to provide them with a sense of wonder? I do believe that there is enough uncertainty and mystique we can glean from attempting to teach our children about the real world, let alone deceiving them with a tale that abandons all reason for the sake of one day.

Our children are born as foreigners in a strange land. They know nothing about prison, pain, flowers, toys, crime etc. They trust us, as the authority figures, to provide them with the truth about the world. If we deceive them with falsehoods, what does that speak about our credibility? Be truthful with your children. They deserve nothing less. The truth does not hurt. The truth is beautiful, wondrous, and inherently magical.

 

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Childhood Gift Giving and Property Rights

Hey guys,

 

I am quite proud to present to you a most beautiful 22-minute video by the brilliantly articulate Canadian Anarcho-Capitalist philosopher Stefan Molyneux. Here he discusses the enormous value in teaching kids, starting in childhood, about property rights and self-ownership. How can we fundamentally make the intellectual changes needed to bring about a society of peaceful and voluntary human beings when parents, as authority figures, constantly teach their children that their bodies are not their property, i.e. spanking, slapping, whipping etc, their freedom is not their property i.e. detention, time out, or grounding, and their possessions are not their property i.e. stealing or withholding them as a form of punishment?

 

Anyone who conducts an argument by appealing to authority is not using his intelligence; he is just using his memory.”

Leonardo Da Vinci

 

Children must understand the effect of their actions for themselves without parental coercion and punishment, which incidentally, sets the stage for a subservient and docile adult citizenry. Children are constantly reminded by their parents that their bodies and their possessions, although given as gifts, are not their own and that both can be readily taken away if they have done something to elicit anger or disapproval from their parents, the authority figures. When one unconditionally gives a gift to another person one does not expect anything in return, to do so would be more aptly described as a trade in which one person has defaulted on their contractual obligations. Unconditional gift giving implies the surrendering of all ties to that gift. This is true regardless if the gift is given to an adult or to a child. If the child wishes to destroy or vandalize their gift it is their property and they may do with it what they wish. Perhaps upon destroying the gift, it might not be replaced within a reasonable amount of time, but that is the consequence which the child must come to understand.

 

Those who profess to favor freedom and yet depreciate agitation, are men who want crops without plowing up the ground, they want rain without thunder and lightning. They want the ocean without the awful roar of its many waters.”

Frederick Douglas

 

This unilateral coercive conditioning directly translates to our public school, universities, and adulthood. In our public schools there is a daily violation of our children’s sovereign inalienable rights when they are forced to go to an institution against their will, memorize information against their will, and are thereafter punished for refusing to comply. In universities one may argue “Well that is voluntary, isn’t it? I chose to go to a college or university.” Upon closer inspection here as well young adults are indirectly “forced” to attend as result of the all encompassing State regulation of a multitude of professions through their oppressive permits, certificates, and licensure. In order to attend they must pay the outrageously arbitrary tuition fees that far surpass any other inflation price increases in the market, as is only natural when an institution is State subsudized. If they cannot afford it they must accept loans, most often federal, and thereafter be secured as economic debt slaves. They must obey their professors and learn what is deemed necessary for them to learn, disapproval of which would result in an inability to graduate and receive the piece of paper with fancy calligraphical writing that signifies the conclusion of one’s indoctrination in the chosen State approved profession.

 

By adulthood it is clearly ingrained on a profound level that we are all slaves to the State, which is our master. The State owns 100% of our wages, an arbitrary 1/3 of which goes directly to the coffers of the State and the rest is given back to us a gift so that we may live. The State owns our homes and we are all temporary renters. Even those who proudly claim “I own my home because I paid off my mortgage.” The translation of this would be “I own my home because I paid off the immoral pretend loan plus the unjust usury that my financial institution created for me on the spot when I signed the contract, of which the financial institution offered no risky collateral and I assumed all the risk.” Thus even after decades of working to pay off this pretend loan, we are slapped in the face when we discover that, through property taxes we are STILL renting our “fully paid” homes to the State. Should we default on our property taxes the State will open up a can of fascism on us by moving to place a lien on our home, evict us, and foreclose on our “fully paid” home. Therefore if we do anything to anger or arouse the disapproval of the State or its minion law enforcers, the Police, our “property” will be duly confiscated i.e. wages, real estate, cars etc or our false right to “self-ownership” will be violated i.e. thrown into a cage, tortured etc.

 

No tendency is quite so strong in human nature as the desire to lay down rules of conduct for other people.” President William Howard Taft

 

There are a dwindling few places on Earth where human beings are allowed to be truly free. We are not free human beings. We are free-range chattel, that within the confines of the State we are allowed to choose our profession through which to better serve and increase our productivity to the mighty State.

 

Anarchists are the real hard-nosed realists. People who have this fixation on some ideal government, which isn’t fundamentally just a criminal gang with flags, are the starry eyed dreamers without a firm grasp on reality.”

Brad Spangler

 

All this indoctrination and conditioning would prove to be most onerous were it not for its early adoption in the family structure through the establishment that “I am the parent. I am in charge. You must obey me or you will suffer dire punishment.”  Incidentally many parents have the approach “When you live under my roof you obey my rules. Once you leave you can do as you like.” This is not altogether accurate either. Whether it is in the violent parenting family structure, forcefully obedient university setting, or rigidly conforming State setting there is always an authority one is expected to cower in unrelenting prostration. The expectation of obedience does not end. The State fundamentally relies on the groundwork of obedience laid by the violent parenting structure.

 

We do not have rights; rather we have privileges and immunities as granted us through the benevolent 14th amendment.

 

All persons born or naturalized in the United States, and subject to the jurisdiction thereof, are citizens of the United States and of the state wherein they reside. No state shall make or enforce any law which shall abridge the privileges or immunities of citizens of the United States

14th Amendment of the US Constitution

 

Pay careful attention to the wording, “privileges or immunities”. These are not the same as “rights”, which are inalienable, intrinsic, and sovereign. We are all born with rights, which cannot be granted nor revoked by any government. Privileges are just that, privileges by a higher power. They can be altered or revoked at a whim by those in power for any reason. The notion that we are immune from State obligations, services or taxation duties is farcical indeed in this post 9/11 world of the Patriot Act, NDAA, surveillance state, perpetual warfare, and 923 Obama executive orders. Understand the nature of your enslavement. Assert the sovereign rights we all possess and cower to no one!

 

Our wretched species is so made that those who walk on the well-trodden path always throw stones at those who are showing a new road.”

Voltaire

 

Therefore one of the best ways to create a society of well-informed people is by respecting the property rights and right to self-ownership of our children. When the young people grow up with a healthy sense of sovereignty and empowerment, they will accept the authority of no one who endeavors to trample and infringe upon those rights.

 

 

 

Wonderful! Check out this amazing 6 minute video on the contemptible religion we have all bought into known as Statism and how we can all be finally free of it. Just like any religion is fear and faith based. It requires our undisputable loyalty, without which it vanishes into the ether.

 

Whenever you find yourself in the side of the majority, it is time to pause and reflect.”

Mark Twain

 

 

Just do good things

 

Danilo

 

 

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Essay: Taxation Is Theft

Our US government, self-proclaimed to be the destroyer of monopolistic trusts, is itself the largest monopoly of force and coercion in the land. There is nothing benevolent or gentle about the federal government in its nature or method of action. It does not produce any valuable good or service from which is voluntarily purchased by the people. Voluntary is the key word. If something is forced and not offered voluntarily, this is the fundamental reason why the very essence of government is inhumane, immoral, and wicked. All edicts and decrees issued forth are forced upon the people from the barrel of a gun or by threat of imprisonment or fine. This is not the definition of a civilized society. With slight variations this is the definition of Fascism, Communism, Totalitarianism, Democracy, Oligarchy, Monarchy, Aristocracy, Kleptocracy etc. Virtually any form of government one can conceive of is the antithesis of Agorism, Voluntaryism, Anarcho-Capitalism, Free Market etc. The name is irrelevant. The principle is what counts and that principle is the Non-Aggression principle. This asserts that anything is possible except those actions which transgress on the freedom and sovereign rights of another.
Our overlords do not have any more power over us than the power we directly give them. Our form of government is as ephemeral and impermanent as the air we breathe in and out. Withdrawal of participatory consent is a powerful strategy that we can all do and it requires no violent overthrow, revolution, or coup. Cash cows who refuse to be milked for their labor and industry cannot be forced to produce. Of all the great technological and scientific advancements that we so attribute to the great blob that has become of the 20th century militaristic superpower we call the USA, none of them has ever originated from oppressive government bureaucrats. Of the scarce goods and services “produced” by the public sector, their quality is so wretched and sordid that no sane person would willingly purchase them. In order to understand the wastefulness to which our currency is daily subjected in the hands of the State compare the efficiency and quality of USPS vs. FedEx, Police law enforcement brutality vs. private security guards, government roads vs. private roads in the plazas of large corporations, Federal Reserve Notes depreciation vs. Bitcoin/silver/gold store of value, State subsidized GMO foods/monoculture farms vs. organic/local fruit/vegetable farms, government health insurance vs. private health insurance, government healthcare services vs. private healthcare services etc. Therefore it can be assumed that only through the application of violent coercive force will these abominable goods/services be foisted on the people. If the assertion arises “But I’m not forced to use USPS, buy GMO foods, use government healthcare, government insurance etc” it can be countered by the argument that the funding and subsidies necessary to ensure the survival of these State supported institutions is obtained through violent extortionary measures, known as taxation, with no semblance of voluntaryism in the equation. The immorality is apparent and obvious.
No society of peace has ever come about through the use of force, violence, and coercive laws that lie at the heart of all formal government institutions. Do not vote to propagate this system of violence. Voting is violent fraud. It is delegating and discharging the shame of stealing and extorting one’s neighbor to a politician who does so under the guise of serving the public welfare and the public good. Voting is deciding which political gang will steal the wealth and property of the people and distribute it to their favored friends and vested interests. Recognize that we are all individuals and entitled to our own intrinsic rights and are not bound by any Constitution. Constitutions are, after all, simply pieces of paper that have been arbitrarily written and can, just as well, be arbitrarily discarded and disposed of. Just as Federal Reserve Notes are fundamentally worthless without our consent and participation as to their use; so too is government fundamentally powerless without our consent and participation in its wretched propagation.
Every election is a sort of advance auction of stolen goods.”
H.L. Mencken
Enough damage has been done by government meddling in the affairs of business. It is like a doctor who has successively been prescribing more and more medications to a patient in order to treat the side effects of the previous medications, after a while the process becomes self-defeating and redundant. The body must be slowly weaned off the medication until absolute independence is achieved. The economy was not created by man therefore no statute created by man and issued forth through his manmade institution know as “The State” can do anything to solve the problem. No law can forcibly abolish poverty, homelessness, unemployment, and sickness in the same manner that no law can forcibly create peace, prosperity, and wealth. Laws serve only to impoverish and injure the many at the direct expense of enriching the few. Every effort must be made to divorce sovereign individuals, of which we all are, from the inherently destructive and barbarously violent governmental institution.
We are, all of us, sovereign individuals with natural born inalienable rights. No government on Earth has given them to us and no government, with their fraudulent laws, can take them away. Even the “Bill of Rights” is a misnomer as this denotes our sovereign rights awarded to us by government. It should more aptly be described as a “Bill of Restraints” since, as is stated in the preamble, they were written to prevent the State from infringing upon those natural born inalienable rights.
Any ruler, even a philosopher king, will always have the unintended effects of hurting his/her subjects in one way or another. Government, by its very essence, can only exist on the basis of extorting money from the private productive sector and giving it to the parasitic public sector. Voluntary Anarchy is the only way towards a peaceful existence. No government founded on violence and coercion can ever truly achieve lasting peace and prosperity.
There are three ways the State can receive funding for its various endeavors; taxation, currency creation, or borrowing. Through the collusion between the State and Central Bank of any given country one may assume that procuring funds through taxation and borrowing from foreign countries is negligible and unnecessary when compared to the tremendous benefits that are showered upon the elites through the magical elixir of currency creation, also known the Mandrake Mechanism, and the subsequent currency devaluation that it brings. If it can be seen that taxation is not the primary method relied upon by the State to receive funding then what purpose does taxation in fact serve? After such logic the inevitable conclusion one arrives at is that taxation is merely the means by which the dominant ruling elitist class maintains its power over its subjects through systematically depriving them of the fruits of their labor and industry. It is not about paying your fair share, performing your civic duty, or paying for infrastructure such as roads, bridges, and tunnels. When the State may employ, through the Federal Reserve, Quantitative Easing or any other fictitious asset purchase with currency made out of thin air to pay for it’s over $1 trillion per year massive military-industrial budget, war campaigns, and global imperialistic conquests the notion that it relies on taxation to fund itself is fundamentally absurd and puerile.
The power to tax is the power to destroy.”
Chief Justice John Marshall, McCulloch vs. Maryland 1819
Given that some slaves are content, nay proud and willing, to surrender an arbitrary portion of their wealth to the ruling class is incontrovertible proof of the success of government educational institutions, tertiary education, and the propaganda spewed forth by the lamestream media. These are the people that will impede, in whatever way they can, the efforts of others who strive to unshackle us all from our institutionalized confines. They must be pitied and gently educated, not destroyed. Hopefully they will not become a hindrance to the cause of liberty. If they do not understand the reasons for which we resist please let them step aside.
Banking was conceived in iniquity and was born in sin. The Bankers own the Earth. Take it away from them, but leave them the power to create deposits, and with the flick of a pen they will create enough deposits to buy it back again. However, take it away from them, and all the fortunes like mine will disappear, and they ought to disappear, for this world would be a happier and better world to live in. But if you wish to remain slaves of the Bankers and pay for the cost of your own slavery, let them continue to create deposits.”
Sir Josiah Stamp, President of the Bank of England in the 1920s, the second richest man in Britain.
It is no coincidence that the Federal Reserve, the IRS, and the Federal Income Tax were all created in 1913. They are all symptoms of the same cancer that has, since 1913, metastasized to gargantuan proportions that today primarily functions to suck the monetary life blood from the working, productive, and thoroughly dwindling middle class. All the State derived jobs and the people they employ cater to this monstrosity are to be held in wretched condemnation for the parasitic abomination they support. They may be good people who mean well and they might be doing it in order to simply make a living for themselves and their families but there are various other less destructive and less harmful ways of earning a living than assisting in the violent subjugation of one’s fellow man.
Everyone wants to live at the expense of the State. They forget that the State lives at the expense of everyone.”
Frederic Bastiat
The key to the complete and absolute overthrow of a society is not through overt military invasion but through the gradual whittling away of societal prosperity through inflation, the growth of the State, and the piecemeal removal of civil liberties. It is in this spirit that taxation of a populace is most effective. Inflation is, by its very nature, a hidden tax on the purse of the people that is scarcely felt until the damage is severe and irreparable. Every unit of currency that is created derives its value by stealing it from all the currency that is already in existence. This is the most insidious tax of all since it is truly a silent economic killer.
There is no subtler, no surer means of overturning the existing basis of society than to debauch the currency. The process engages all the hidden forces of economic law on the side of destruction, and it does it in a manner which not one man in a million can diagnose.”
John Maynard Keynes
Paying your taxes like a good little slave is supporting the biggest mafia on the planet, which routinely uses that currency to kidnap, torture, pillage, rape, and murder others who would not bend over and submit to its treasonous and criminal intent. Given that we are, all of us, sovereign beings answerable to no government and with sovereign inalienable rights that no government can give nor take away, it follows that we only consent to being taxed through our fundamental ignorance of this assertion. Taxation is only theft to the extent that the ignorant and indoctrinated masses allow their wealth to be stolen by the extreme minority of psychopaths, for if they truly understood the enormous power they possess in sheer numbers they would not stand for this injustice one day longer.
Let them march all they want, so long as they pay their taxes.”
Alexander Haig, Secretary of State to President Reagan
 
Stripped to its bare essence, taxation is the word provided by the ruling class to justify theft of the fruits of industry and labor of the working productive class. The percentage of taxation and items taxed is entirely arbitrary as can be seen by the fact that since 1913 income tax, excise taxes, import taxes etc have all been increasing. The wealth of a man is his property, and just like his real estate, his possessions, his inventions etc, he is absolutely justified in resisting, to the full extent of his being, any man or entity, which includes the State, attempting to rob him of that property. Rarely are any taxes or laws repealed, rather they are most often added or augmented in scope.
The authority of the State to institute laws with impunity, which includes taxation, may be freely challenged by anyone who recognizes the inalienable sovereign status of all individuals. Ask those who would exert their influence over you “Where do you get your authority?” In a pyramid hierarchical society, such as the one we have been conditioned to accept, each bottom layer places the blame of their actions on the next layer above. This continues until perhaps the President is reached. From where does the President obtain his authority? If he answers God, then we have descended into the ungrounded justification of the god-kings of antiquity who have claimed their right to rule directly from the gods themselves, resistance against whom would be considered blasphemous. If he answers the Constitution, then one must ask from what divine source does the Constitution derive its power to rule and subjugate? The Constitution is, after all, just a piece of parchment paper, with scribbling, albeit fancy calligraphical scribbling, by dead white slave masters. Such an insignificant piece of paper cannot realistically possess the magical authority to prudently guide the development of any nation state. The impossibility of this task becomes more apparent the larger the State becomes. Verily as the State grows in size subsequent amendments, alterations, substitutions, transmutations, deletions, and additions must be made in order to accommodate and validate the expansion. This becomes the norm such that the intent of the original document itself becomes adulterated to such a degree as to scarcely be recognizable. Thus paper documents are insubstantial for the purpose of justifying the authoritarian claim to power.
Man is free at the moment he wishes to be.”
Voltaire
 
If 0% taxation is freedom and 100% is slavery, then at which point does a man become a slave? I would argue that anything above 0% is some level of economic slavery since even 0.5% taxation is involuntarily collected by means of violent force and is therefore immoral, unjust, and must be resisted. The fact that the American people have allowed the excessive growth of the State and that of insufferable tax laws to asphyxiate them to the extent that it has is testament to man’s docility and complacency when subjected to the gradual losses of freedoms and progressive encroachment of oppressive bureaucracy. For a free people to remain free no amount of taxation must be tolerated. This is known as the boiling frogs syndrome. Complacency and a lack of vigilance only breeds further exploitation and theft.
When any government, or any church for that matter, undertakes to say to its subjects, ‘This you may not read, this you must not see, this you are forbidden to know,’ the end result is tyranny and oppression, no matter how holy the motives. Mighty little force is needed to control a man whose mind has been hoodwinked; contrariwise, no amount of force can control a free man, a man whose mind is free. No, not the rack, not fission bombs, not anything — you can’t conquer a free man; the most you can do is kill him.” Robert A. Heinlein
 
Another way to look at the immoral issue of taxation is from the perspective of plunder. Here is what the great Frederic Bastiat has to say on the matter:
The question of legal plunder must be settled once and for all, and there are only three ways to settle it: 1) The few plunder the many. 2) Everybody plunders everybody. 3) Nobody plunders anybody.”
Frederic Bastiat, “The Law”
 
When we are governed by an entity that functions solely through coercion and brutality, what type of person is attracted by these positions of power? It seems only logical to conclude that psychopaths and mad men would vie for the ability to rule and dominate others. Most sane people are content to maintain order in their own home, let alone try to govern one’s neighbor, street, town, city, state, or country. Thus elections can be described as congregations of psychopaths vying for the unique opportunity to dominate others using the only monopoly of violent force in the land, the State.
None are more hopelessly enslaved than those who falsely believe they are free.”
Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe
 
We must protest everything “compulsory” regarding government which includes education, healthcare, taxation etc. We must de-legitimize and nullify its power! It has no power! We give it all the power! It is a hollow entity that does not exist in its own right. We can destroy it and free ourselves anytime we wish. However first in order to do so we must understand the nature of our own slavery.
I freed a thousand slaves. I could have freed a thousand more if only they knew they were slaves.”
Harriet Tubman
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Food Matters

Hey guys,

 

Please enjoy this wonderful 77 minute documentary entitled “Food Matters” as soon as possible. They are offering it for free online viewing for seven more days which ends December 10. This film outlines the dire health our society languishes in. The US spends the most per capita on healthcare, has the largest federal government, military-industrial complex, and medical-industrial complex on the planet. All this is true yet we wallow in the poorest societal health amongst Western industrial nations.

 

…if I contracted cancer, I would never go to a standard cancer treatment centre. Only cancer victims who live far from such centers have a chance.”

Dr. Charles Mathe, French cancer specialist

 

There are several cures for cancer, but there’s no money in them. They’re natural, effective, and inexpensive, no expensive drugs are involved but they require quite a lot of self-discipline from patients. It costs millions to fund research and clinical trials needed to produce a new cancer drug that can be patented and sold. Often these drugs create more illness. It has been said that the key to success in the health business is to pull off the trick of making people patients for life. Consider how many people who registered a couple of abnormal blood pressure readings have been kept on medication until the medication killed them, when a quick fix course of drugs supported by major changes of diet and lifestyle would have returned their physical condition to an unmedicated healthy state.”

Dr. Robert Atkins, MD, of Atkins Diet

 

 

To say this is despicable is an understatement. I would be more inclined to say this is not by accident but by design. History has shown that within a given country the larger the State, the lower the standard of living, the less individual freedom, the less general prosperity, and the more shameful the public health. Feel free to compare these aspects in the real world examples of North vs South Korea, East vs. West Germany, Mainland China vs. Taiwan etc.

 

A study of over 10,000 patients shows clearly that chemo’s supposedly strong track record with Hodgkin’s disease (lymphoma) is actually a lie. Patients who underwent chemo were 14 times more likely to develop leukemia and 6 times more likely to develop cancers of the bones, joints, and soft tissues than those patients who did not undergo chemotherapy.”

Dr. John Diamond, M.D

 

 

 

We have a multi-billion dollar industry that is killing people, right and left, just for financial gain. Their idea of research is to see whether two doses of this poison is better than three doses of that poison.” 

Dr. Glenn Warner

 

 

In such an atmosphere of strangulating government regulations, oppressive government agencies, and reams of bureaucratic red tape it is no surprise to learn that those rising natural herbal or home remedies that gain popularity and challenge the supremacy of the dominant pharmaceutical industries with their State subsidized monopolies on medical treatment are brutally suppressed, their proponents discredited, and their research mercilessly destroyed. This is the society we live in, in which those poisons that harm patients are aggressively promoted and State subsidized over those natural remedies that heal the body from the inside out.

 

What hope is there for medical science to ever become a true science when the entire structure of medical knowledge is built around the idea that there is an entity called disease which can be expelled when the right drug is found?”

John H. Tilden

 

Hence there is a direct correlation between the bloated expansion of the State and the proliferation of State subsidized monopolies and cartels. Verily it may be said that monopolies cannot exist, in any enduring sense, without the direct intervention and intravenous support of the State. Their monstrous size is both inefficient and unmanageable to exist and thrive of their own accord. Without sufficient funding and tax breaks afforded to it by the State they would collapse immediately. Also without the immunity and protection granted by favorable legislation through the bribery of lobbying, other ambitious and clever entrepreneurs would appear and likely overthrow their supposed domination of the field through more efficient means and cheaper prices. Such is the sublime beauty of free market anarcho-capitalism as it exists in all its purity when it is completely divorced from governmental intervention and meddling.

 

As a chemist trained to interpret data, it is incomprehensible to me that physicians can ignore the clear evidence that chemotherapy does much, much more harm than good.”

Dr. Alan C. Nixon, past president of the American Chemical Society

 

 

 

Most cancer patients in this country die of chemotherapy. Chemotherapy does not eliminate breast, colon, or lung cancers. This fact has been documented for over a decade, yet doctors still use chemotherapy for these tumors.” 

Anonymous

 

It becomes quite imperative that one educate oneself through all the means available in order to not fall victim to a failed medical system that only protects its shareholders, CEO’s, and legions of medical doctors at the direct expense of the vulnerable patient. One can readily see and feel this State imposed barrier between the masses and the protected when one becomes injured by a medication or vaccine and, motivated by an understandable feeling of redemption, seeks remuneration through State approved avenues. However, as has been demonstrated time and again, this is the most cumbersome, costly, and least successful method for achieving such monetary redemption.

 

If all the medicine in the world were thrown into the sea, it would be bad for the fish and good for humanity.”

Oliver Wendell Holmes (Professor of Medicine Harvard University)

 

 

 

Every drug increases and complicates the patient’s condition.”

Robert Henderson M.D.

 

Take matters into your own hands. A much more superior method is to acquaint oneself with the art of prevention through dietary discipline, knowledge of basic herbs, the importance of water intake, systematic meal times, adequate chewing, balance of meat intake, and the employment of rudimentary exercise.

 

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Drugs never cure disease. They merely hush the voice of nature’s protest, and pull down the danger signals she erects along the pathway of transgression. Any poison taken into the system has to be reckoned with later on even though it palliates present symptoms. Pain may disappear, but the patient is left in a worse condition, though unconscious of it at the time.”

Daniel H. Kress M.D.

 

The greatest part of all chronic disease is created by the suppression of acute disease by drug poisoning.”

Henry Lindlahr M.D.

 

Haha this 4 minute video parody is genius! A few enterprising individuals have taken to the curious task of awarding criminal politicians the “Monsanto’s Minion Award” for the most backdoor deals, kickbacks, and corrupt taxpayer subsidies to the bio-tech giant. Please understand that Crony Capitalism is NOT True Capitalism! The two are as starkly different as artificially produced synthetic medications and naturally grown wild herbs. To consider the two in the same breath is both ignorant and foolish.

 

 

 

 

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The person who takes medicine must recover twice, once from the disease and once from the medicine.”

William Osler M.D.

 

Why would a patient swallow a poison because he is ill, or take that which would make a well man sick?”

L.F. Kebler M.D.

 

 

Just do good things

 

Danilo

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Bamboozled, Income Tax, IRS, One Gold Coin Currency, Paper Constitutions, Disobedience

51) “The success of small nation-states continues even today. If you look at the World Bank’s list of the richest nations in the world (as measured by GPD per capita at purchasing power parity), you see Luxembourg, Qatar, Macau, Singapore, Norway, Kuwait, Brunei, Switzerland, and Hong Kong.  Perhaps Macau and Hong Kong, as parts of China, should not be included, in which case you add the U.S. and the United Arab Emirates (similar nations appear on the International Monetary Fund’s list).

 

The U.S. excepted, the common characteristic of all these nations is that they are small. Switzerland (7.9 million) and Hong Kong (7 million) have the largest populations; Singapore and Norway both have around 5 million. The rest are below 3.5 million.

 

Some of these nations — Qatar, Norway, Brunei, Kuwait, and the US — benefit because of their oil. But why then do other oil-producing nations such as Saudi Arabia, Russia, Iran, China, Nigeria, or Venezuela, which all have much more dubious social structures, not feature?

Other small nations — Luxembourg and Switzerland, for example — appear on the list because of their competitive tax rates and banking. But these are legislative options that are open to other countries in the world.

In 1950 and 1970, the USA, with its currency tied to gold, freedoms, low taxes, property rights, and semiautonomous states, topped the list. As its government has grown and its power become centralized, its ranking has fallen.

 

In a small state, there is less of gap between those at the top and bottom, there is more transparency and accountability, it is harder for the state to hide things, there is more monitoring, less waste and more dynamism. Small is flexible, small is competitive — small really is, as economist E.F. Schumacher said, beautiful.

 

Even states in the U.S. should seriously consider dropping out of the union. Their people would thrive because of it.

 

If a region wants an expansive government, lots of regulation, and a large welfare state, it can vote for it. If it wants low, transparent taxes, it can vote for that. In such a small environment, political change can actually happen. People can get the government they want. New parties can spring up. Welfare is easier to administrate. It’s easier to change or adapt laws and regulations. Competition between states will improve governance and productivity. Each region would benefit from increased pride, flexibility, dynamism, and responsibility. It would be a return to diversity.

A country breaking up into smaller entities does not mean there need be barriers between the two: There can still be trade; there’s no need for border checkpoints and tariffs. There can still be exchange; it just means the disintegration of large, unnecessary, overruling bureaucratic bodies.” Dominic Frisby

 

52) “Concentrated power is the enemy of liberty.” Ronald Reagan

 

53) “Liberty is not collective, it is personal. All liberty is individual liberty.” President Calvin Coolidge

 

54) “To have a planner, rather than individual consumers, dictate demand and influence supply, in any market, be it home mortgages or healthcare, necessarily imposes simultaneous shortages and surpluses, wasting resources, as disparate individual desires are efficiently ignored in subjugation to the central state.” Mike Maloney

 

55) “The plain fact is that education is itself a form of propaganda – a deliberate scheme to outfit the pupil, not with the capacity to weigh ideas, but with a simple appetite for gulping ideas ready-made. The aim is to make ‘good’ citizens, which is to say, docile and uninquisitive citizens.” H.L. Mencken

 

56) “The truth is that schools don’t really teach anything except how to obey orders. This is a great mystery to me because thousands of humane, caring people work in schools as teachers and aides and administrators, but the abstract logic of the institution overwhelms their individual contributions.” John Taylor Gatto

 

57) “One of the saddest lessons of history is this: If we’ve been bamboozled long enough, we tend to reject any evidence of the bamboozle. We’re no longer interested in finding out the truth. The bamboozle has captured us. It’s simply too painful to acknowledge, even to ourselves, that we’ve been taken. Once you give a charlatan power over you, you almost never get it back.” Carl Sagan

58) “An Indian bride without gold is like rice without salt, bland.”

 

59) “If you concede to the very idea of an income tax then you believe the government owns 100% of your income, they are entitled to make a gift of whatever is left over to you, that you do not have any entitlement to the fruits of your labor, and that the government owns you. The morality behind any income tax is corrupt. When the income tax, IRS, and Federal Reserve Law passed in 1913 the income tax brackets where 1%, 2%, 3%, 4%, and the highest income tax bracket 5%. It turned out that 97% of the population did not qualify for 1% income tax so it was a “tax the rich” law and it had these very low non-burdensome taxes. During WW II and in the 1950s the highest income tax was 92%. The people who pay much income tax employ many people. If they spend all their time moving their currency around so they don’t have to pay as much to the federal government, they’re wasting their time. They need to do things to create more jobs and prosperity. Almost everything the government does limits prosperity. Regarding deficit spending, when the government spends a new unit of currency into circulation it gets its purchasing power by diluting the currency supply and stealing the purchasing power from all the other units of currency. The net gains when doing deficit spending is at most zero, but because the government has all these frictional jobs. There is almost nothing you get from the government that you would actually open up your wallet and pay for. Would you pay the IRS to hire accountants, CPA, and force you to fill out all those forms? All these frictional jobs and people have to get paid somehow. It all comes out of the prosperity of the entire economy. When the government whips up currency to do some deficit spending or sell bonds it doesn’t stimulate the economy. It warps the economy and the net is always less than zero. It destroys prosperity. It does not create prosperity.” Mike Maloney

 

60) “If we agreed that a single gold coin was going to be the entire world currency supply we could estimate the number of atoms in that one troy ounce of gold which I have done. I believe it comes to 95 sextillion which is something like 50 quadrillion times the entire currency supply of the planet. You could put that one gold coin in a vault, put it where people can see it, where there’s cameras, lights, and high security. You could give every atom a serial number and circulate those serial numbers digitally and just agree that’s our currency and there is plenty there in one ounce of gold. It doesn’t matter how many units of currency there are. What matters is the number times the purchasing power of each currency unit. If the number of currency units mattered Columbia would be one of the richest countries on the planet since I paid $1 million pesos to take a cab ride from the airport to the hotel. Regarding Zimbabwe, each $100 trillion Zimbabwe bill would have more purchasing power than all the currency on the planet. This hyperinflation event has happened many times including the French Revolution, Peru in the 1980s etc. When they run one currency into a hyperinflation, nobody trusts the second currency.” Mike Maloney

 

61) “If you are afraid to speak out against tyranny, you are already a slave.”

62) “In order to be effective, truth must penetrate like an arrow and that is likely to hurt.” Wei Wu Wei

 

63) “We have allowed our nation to be over-taxed, over-regulated, and overrun by bureaucrats. The founders would be ashamed of us for what we are putting up with.” Ron Paul

 

64) “In order to be effective, truth must penetrate like an arrow and that is likely to hurt.” Wei Wu Wei

 

65) “In 2006, Russia tried to ban the words “euros” and “dollars” from the media and official speech. Now, one lawmaker wishes to ban the use of dollars in Russia at all. The lawmaker, Mikhail Degtyarev, said the dollar was like a Ponzi scheme. He warned that the Russian government would have to bail out Russians holding onto dollars in the event of dollar collapse. ‘If the U.S. national debt continues to grow, the collapse of the dollar system will take place in 2017’ said Mr. Degtyarev of the Liberal Democrat Party.” Jeff Berwick 11/14/13

 

66) “Four hostile newspapers are more to be feared than a thousand bayonets.” Napoleon Bonaparte

 

67) “Bend over and grab your ankles” should be etched in stone at the entrance to every government building and every government office.”

 

68) “Liberty isn’t given to us; it is taken by us, and if not, we will not have it.”

69) “Democracy is two wolves and a lamb deciding what’s for dinner – and Liberty is a well-armed lamb contesting the vote.”

 

70) “The truth is like a lion. You don’t have to defend it. Let it loose. It will defend itself.” St. Augustine

71) “Natural ability of people to solve their problems has been forcibly restricted throughout history.” Stefan Molyneux

 

72) “There are a thousand hacking at the branches of evil to one who is striking at the root.” Henry David Thoreau

 

73) “It’s been easier to convince people to hand over half their income, their children to war, and their freedoms in perpetuity – than to engage them in seriously considering how roads might function in the absence of taxation.” Stefan Molyneux

 

74) “The myth that war is good for a capitalist economy is easily debunked by rational economics – war is good for government income, and for the income of those who supply war materials, but disastrous for everyone else.” Stefan Molyneux

 

75) “The possibility of corruption, and/or error is often considered to be an airtight argument against anarchy, when in fact it is an airtight argument for anarchy and against Statism.” Stefan Molyneux

 

76) “It took just a little more than a century for the US – founded on the idea of limited government, institute the income tax, take control of the money supply and the educational system and begin its catastrophic expansion.” Stefan Molyneux

 

77) “Paper constitutions have the same long-term value as paper money; also, like paper money, they lend a false sense of security to the holder. What constitution has ever kept the government from rewriting or discarding it throughout history? Just look at Latin America and Europe: one could make a bonfire with the constitutions they have gone through in the last 500 years.

 

But the heart of the matter is this: Concentrated power that legalizes robbery to fund itself will always win in the end. It always wins because the State steals from those who work, so that State-connected interests do not need to work to put food on the table, and can thus occupy their days working to consolidate their power. The consolidated power is eventually turned on those whom the original, limited power was intended to serve. And because the victims have to work for a living, they do not have the means of fighting back.” Stefan Molyneux

 

78) “The school system is designed to teach obedience and conformity and prevent the child’s natural capacities from developing.” Noam Chomsky

 

79) “If the government offered as much assistance to people starting small businesses as it does to people who refuse to work, America may not be as screwed up as it is.”

 

80) “It is hard to imagine a more stupid or more dangerous way of making decisions than by putting those decisions in the hands of people who pay no price for being wrong.” Thomas Sowell

 

81) “You really want a level playing field? Then get rid of the State. Then the power is truly in the hands of the masses. Because “the Market” really is just “the People” spending their money and deciding who gets rich based on who best serves them by bringing them commodities and comforts.” Gary Gibson

 

82) “There is all the difference in the world between treating people equally and attempting to make them equal.” Fredrick Hayek

 

83) “We don’t even have a Secretary of the Treasury, we have a Secretary of the Debt because there is no Treasury, the Treasury is empty, all we’ve got are liabilities.” Peter Schiff

 

84) “I, like all other citizens in this country, am essentially on parole – one mistake away from being re-incarcerated.” Jeffrey A. Tucker

 

85) “Subject – derived from the Latin word subiectus’, meaning ”lying beneath

 

86) “The State never intentionally confronts a man’s sense, intellectual or moral, but only his body, his senses. It is not armed with superior wit or honesty, but with superior physical strength. I was not born to be forced. I will breathe after my own fashion.” Henry David Thoreau

 

87) “War is a quarrel between two thieves too cowardly to fight their own battle; therefore they take boys from one village and another village, stick them into uniforms, equip them with guns, and let them loose like wild beasts against one other.” Thomas Carlyle

88) “There is no worse tyranny than to force a man to pay for what he does not want, merely because you think it would be good for him.” Robert Heinlein

 

89) “Liberty will not descend to a people, a people must raise themselves to liberty.” Emma Goldman

 

90) “Man is free at the moment he wishes to be.” Voltaire

 

91) “A man is but the product of his thought, what he thinks, he becomes.” Mahatma Gandhi

 

92) “Show me the person and I’ll show you the felony.” Harvey Silverglate, author and lawyer

 

93) “The evils of tyranny are rarely seen but by him who resists it.” John Hay

 

94) “Noncooperation with evil is as much a duty as cooperation with good.” Gandhi

 

95) “The state calls its own violence law, but that of the individual crime.” Max Stirner

 

96) “The limitation of tyrants is the endurance of those they oppose.” Frederick Douglas

 

97) “If a law is unjust, a man is not only right to disobey it, he is obligated to do so.” Thomas Jefferson

 

98) “Disobedience is the true foundation of liberty. The obedient must be slaves.” Henry David Thoreau

 

99) “This and no other is the root from which a tyrant springs; when he first appears he is a protector.” Plato

 

100) “There comes a time when a moral man can’t obey a law which his conscience tells him is unjust.” Martin Luther King

 

101) “The times call for courage. The times call for hard work. But if the demands are high, it is because the stakes are even higher. They are nothing less than the future of human liberty, which means the future of civilization.” Henry Hazlitt

 

102) “Show me the person and I’ll show you the felony.” Harvey Silverglate, author and lawyer
103) “Government is a broker in pillage and every election is a sort of advance auction in stolen goods.” H.L. Mencken

 

104) “The few who govern take care to nourish those opinions, and that is no easy task, for the opinions needed to make the many submit to the few are often at variance with observable fact. The success of government thus requires the acceptance of fictions, requires the willing suspension of disbelief, requires us to believe that the emperor is clothed even though we can see that he is not.” Edmund Morgan

 

105) “To be governed is to be watched, inspected, spied upon, directed, law-driven, numbered, regulated, enrolled, indoctrinated, preached at, controlled, checked, estimated, valued, censured, commanded, by creatures who have neither the right nor the wisdom nor the virtue to do so. To be governed is to be at every operation, at every transaction noted, registered, counted, taxed, stamped, measured, numbered, assessed, licensed, authorized, admonished, prevented, forbidden, reformed, corrected, punished. It is, under pretext of public utility, and in the name of the general interest, to be [placed] under contribution, drilled, fleeced, exploited, monopolized, extorted from, squeezed, hoaxed, robbed; then, at the slightest resistance, the first word of complaint, to be repressed, fined, vilified, harassed, hunted down, abused, clubbed, disarmed, bound, choked, imprisoned, judged, condemned, shot, deported, sacrificed, sold, betrayed; and to crown all, mocked, ridiculed, derided, outraged, dishonored. That is government; that is its justice; that is its morality.” Pierre-Joseph Proudhon

 

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