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Sunday, March 7, 2010

Weekend Update, No. 19

Yet another weekend working for the taxman means PB readers will have to make do with shorter article summaries, and therefore much less of the biting, or at least bitter, commentary to which you have become accustomed.  To make up for it, we're going for the jugular this week, so be sure to hang on until the end.

The Birth of a Man, by Robert LeFevre
This week's must read is the powerful Declaration of Individualism.  As Louis Carabini puts it, generally one is either inclined to liberty, or inclined to mastery.  We're all in for liberty.

Crashing Towards a New World Social Order 2012, by Richard K. Moore
This week's most utterly frightening reading.  There isn't much time to 2012.  We hope it doesn't look like this.

Smart Grid: Trojan Horse of the New World Order? by The Daily Bell
The first of three from The Daily Bell with more details on our shared green nightmare.  Elite control over our every breath, with no way out, ever.  The "smart grid" accomplishes every totalitarian fantasy.

Elite Rewind: Green Best for Jobs, by The Daily Bell
Global warming taking a beating?  No problem.  Simply rewrite the propaganda with a different spin.  Of course, green jobs are a fraud.  Ask Spain.  Doing less with more always "creates" more jobs.  Are more jobs required to dig a ditch with spoons or with heavy industrial equipment?

Al Gore's New Warming Theme, by The Daily Bell
Less than a week after they predict the rewind, the propagandist in chief's editorial is published by none other than the New York Times.  It's no fluke.  Less than a week after they predicted attempts would be made to discredit the Tea Party movement and Ron Paul through association with violence and extremism, a plane is crashed into a Texas building housing the IRS.

My Plan for a Freedom President, by Ron Paul
What would a Ron Paul presidency look like?  Here it is in his own words.  Read, then comment on just exactly what you mainstream types think is so "kooky."

Followers of the Texas Congressman Represent the Real Conservative Movement, by Jack Hunter
Mitt Romney, Dick Cheney, Newt Gingrich, Ron Paul.  Which one of these does belong.  Seems obvious to me.  Ron's the only one that has a fiscally responsible bone in his body.

It's Not About Political Parties.  It's About Liberty, by Michael Boldin
Which is why he founded the Tenth Amendment Center.  Their radical aim?  To work towards Constitutional government.  The part of the article on farmer Roscoe Filburn reminds me of one of my favorites, A Farmer Fights for Freedom, by Ivan H. "Cy" Peterman.  Read both of these, then come to the realization that there is absolutely nothing the federal government believes it cannot do.

Liberal Delusions About Freedom, by Jacob Hornberger
The US as a free country?  Please.  Not for a long time.  Hornberger gives a much needed history lesson.

Keep Your Laws Off My Body, by John Stossel
The US government believes it owns its citizens' bodies.  More strong evidence that we don't live in that mythical free country.

Conservatism Is Not What We Need, by Tom Mullen
An outstanding history lesson on our nation's political parties, and the best presentation of this topic we have read.  Conservatives, wake up to your dark past, and realize that it's the cause of your dark present.

Jefferson vs Lincoln: America Must Choose, by Josh Eboch
There's a reason Lincoln is the government's favorite president, and why they brainwash students to believe the same.  Jefferson is the far superior choice.

Doug Casey on the Military, interviewed by Louis James
Another article sure to offend.  Casey breaks down the three kinds of armies: slave, mercenary, and militia.  The US has had all three.  His weekly discussions with James are almost always thought provoking.

War Guilt in the Middle East, by Murray Rothbard
Americans are sorely in need of some perspective on the Israel-Palestinian conflict.  Through our government and media, only one side is ever presented.  Even to consider the other view is sacrilege.  Which is reason enough explore it thoughtfully.  Rembember Rockwell's Law: always believe the opposite of what state officials tell you.  Though written in 1967, Rothbard's article is an excellent introduction and historical outline.  What, that lousy Rothbard an anti-Semite?  Uh, no.  He's Jewish.

More Terrorist Blowback from US Foreign Policy, by Jacob Hornberger
No, Virginia, the world doesn't accept us as their policeman.  And, no, the terrorists don't hate us for our "freedom" and "values."

America's Future Could Be All Greek to Us, by Mark Steyn
He's on fire:
We hard-hearted small-government guys are often damned as selfish types who care nothing for the general welfare. But, as the Greek protests make plain, nothing makes an individual more selfish than the socially equitable communitarianism of big government: Once a chap's enjoying the fruits of government health care, government-paid vacation, government-funded early retirement, and all the rest, he couldn't give a hoot about the general societal interest; he's got his, and to hell with everyone else. People's sense of entitlement endures long after the entitlement has ceased to make sense.
Reads an awful lot like a passage out of Your Doctor Serves The State, Not You, written by yours truly.

Time to Limit Government's Take of Our Incomes, by Doug Bandow
Well, we would say it's time to eliminate government's take of our incomes.  Amazingly 38% don't feel that a 50% cap would be appropriate.  Yes, they think the government should get more from your own sweat than you do yourself.  Wonder what proportion of these are tax-feeders?

Jim Rogers on China Opportunities, the Gold Standard and the Development of his Free-Market Financial Philosophy, by The Daily Bell
Last week it was Rockwell.  This week it's financial guru Jim Rogers.  The Daily Bell is lining up the heavy hitters.  Just in case you haven't noticed, here at PB we're big fans of The Bell.  Be sure to check them out daily.

How Long Before You Wake Up, Politicos? by Karl Denninger
We love (though sometimes hate) Denninger for his outright rants and temper tantrums.  This is his best in a long time.

New Psychiatric Disorders Flag Normal Human Behaviors as "Diseases," by Mike Adams
Yes, most of modern psychiatry is preposterous.  Yes, most of these "diseases" are dreamed up either by the pharmaceutical industry or by bleeding heart liberals to further their agendas, which of course have nothing whatsoever to do with the best care of the patient.

Afghan Government Shields Endangered Bird, by The Daily Bell
The utterly ridiculous notion that a hopelessly fractured nation, at war for the last nine years, producing most of the worlds heroin, is going to devote its resources towards the preservation of the large-billed reed warbler.  Yeah, right.  Read on to find out the Bell's extraordinary take.

Censorship and Show Trials on Vaccines and AIDS, by Donald W. Miller, Jr, MD
Professor of Surgery goes out on a limb for the truth.  Such an article firmly affixes target to back for anyone in academia.  Bravo!  Cites the Wakefield study noted here at PB weeks ago.  Also quotes Schopenhauer, as PB does (see sidebar).

Bill Gates: Use Vaccines to Lower Population, by Paul Joseph Watson
Yeah, you read it right.  No surprises.  It's one of the methods advocated by White House science advisor John P. Holdren.  Read a report on the details of tetanus vaccines "contaminated" with hCG.  hCG being the "pregnancy hormone," required to sustain pregnancy.

Bill Gates Talks About 'Vaccines to Reduce Population,' by F. William Engdahl
Covers similar ground as Watson, but has a broader scope, including genetically modified corn with anti-sperm antibodies.  If you're going to read only one of the two, this is it.

Absolute Proof of the Controlled Demolition of WTC7
Here's another sure to incite controversy and turn off readers.  Oh well.  Of particular interest to all those who have taken any physics class and whose mind is even slightly open.  Watch this nine minute video which will worm its way into your soul, changing your life forever.  If you have any objections beyond gut feeling and blind trust in authority, please write them in the comments.  For those who haven't taken a physics class, here's the deal.  WTC7 went down at free fall speeds for the majority of its "collapse."  A building can't fall any faster.  A building that meets any resistance cannot fall in such a manner.  A rock dropped from the same height would hit the ground at the same time.  Fires cannot eliminate all resistance to collapse.  Only controlled demolition can produce such findings.  Sorry, it's the plain truth.  Read more at Architects and Engineers for 9/11 Truth, and be sure to watch their full 2 hour video.  (Image hint: "47 storey Salomon Brothers building" = WTC 7.)


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