Bill Buppert: The Torture State and the American Inquisition

Please enjoy my recent conversation with Bill Buppert. Herein we discussed his recent article on Torture, the 1795 incident at Lexington and Concord, Prof CJ Dangerous History Podcast, enhanced interrogation, Guantanamo Bay, how many cops die of gunshot wounds, the most dangerous jobs, police killing civilians, the value of a college/university education, free college mirage, Austrian Economics, Milton Fraudman, politicians are violence brokers, voting is a serial killer beauty contest, the rule of law myth, Constitutional commerce clause and general welfare, French invasion of Algeria, Cuban Socialism, American Sniper, collectivism is a mental illness, legal plunder, sacred cows make the best burgers, major news stations are government cheerleaders, national parrot radio, unspoken messages of major news stations, democracy destroys the incentive to produce, Donald Trump fiasco and much more!




The object of terrorism is terrorism. The object of oppression is oppression. The object of torture is torture. The object of murder is murder. The object of power is power. Now do you begin to understand me?

George Orwell, 1984


Seeds Of Liberty Podcast Episode 9: Unschooling/Homeschooling

Please enjoy our recent episode of the Seeds of Liberty Podcast. This week Jon Moss, an anarchist and unschooling father, joined us. Herein we discussed what led Jon down the path of unschooling, how even kindergarten in government schools is overly oppressive, corrupting the youth with the truth, the benefits of unschooling/homeschooling, how most children thrive in self-learning scenarios, whether or not college is “worth it”, the myth of socialization in government schools, the destructive side of teacher tenure, how the government school system stifles good teachers and protects the bad, teachers unions, how learning is stifled through regimentation, online learning, and more!


This is a topic that is vital for many people to hear, parents and non-parents alike! In order to ingrain the children with a profound sense of Stockholm syndrome nationalism “government” must begin it’s programming at as young and tender an age as possible. In the former Soviet Union it was only 4 years. In the USA it is 12 years or 15,000 hours of State indoctrination and massively biased revisionist history. Overarching lessons include the appeal to authority, appeal to antiquity, black and white logical fallacy, no freedom of association, no freedom of speech, knowledge and justice comes from authority, Pavlovian bells signify movement, pervading eleutheromania clock watching mentality, deviation from the curriculum is harshly discouraged, obedience to authority is rewarded, and disobedience is punished. These are the unspoken and most important lessons that every child remembers long after the insignificant irrelevant information is long forgotten. If you give your child to the State for education do not be disappointed at the result. Vacate the State!


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

Student Loan Debt: The Modern Rite of Passage

College Debt Ball And Chain

At one time tertiary education used to mean something when those who entered were there because they could actually handle the course work and had the drive to excel in their field. Degrees were rare and therefore an accurate reflection of an individual’s intellect and competency. Employers would regard college/university degrees in much higher regard due to this scarcity. This is simple supply/demand economics.

Once the federal “government” began sticking its criminal hands into the student loan business by ensuring those loans with stolen loot to anyone with a pulse, as with anything that is corrupted by “government” involvement, the quality plummeted and the price skyrocketed, as is reminiscent of any “government” subsidized industry. As universities began noticing the sharp rise in federal loans they raised their prices, as any sane institution would do when receiving a secured income. This has caused the artificial swelling of university staff, buildings, and equipment. A bubble has been coming to fruition, which is only now coming to its apex. At approximately 1.2 trillion Federal Reserve Notes, the student loan debt bubble is second only mortgage debt in the US.

Elderly Paying Off Student Loans

It is now believed to be common knowledge that anyone who chooses to get ahead in life or obtain a reasonable job must go to university and assume massive amounts of debt. Approximately 70% of all university graduates do not get a job in their field of study and instead work in places that do not require a degree such as McDonald’s, Starbucks, Wendy’s, Taco Bell, Lowe’s, Home Depot, and Dunkin Donuts. These poor unfortunate and misguided souls who are shackled by debt for the better part of their natural lives then go on to increase institutionalized violence by voting and petitioning for an increase in the minimum wage and student loan debt forgiveness. They are imploring “government” to subsidize their wretched decision-making at the expense of the industrious.

Debtors Prison

Student loan debt forgiveness is among the most laughable and pitiful of their pleas. They assert that it was society that “forced” them into debt and they should therefore be magically absolved of all their economic ignorance. If this insanity were to occur, what kind of message would that convey? This is known as moral hazard. If a reckless gambler were to get into massive debt and some angel were to come along and pay off his debts or supply him with more funds to continue his addictions, would this encourage him to gamble more or less? We all respond to incentives. Universities and their students are no different. No one is exempt from the laws of economics. Although politicians may claim exemption, the best they can do is delay the inevitable economic consequences of their disastrous decisions. Take what you want and pay for it. This is the way of true civilized men and women.

Gold is the money of kings; silver is the money of gentlemen; barter is the money of peasants; but debt is the money of slaves.

Norm Franz




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