I Guess Libertarians Are Okay With This


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After all, no force was used in this insidious scheme of spying on US citizens, presumably to include many Americans.

In a new document made public Friday, the nation’s top military intelligence agency acknowledged monitoring the location of U.S.-based mobile devices without a warrant through location data drawn from ordinary smartphone apps.

Sure, we used to have that Fourth Amendment thing, but it wouldn’t even apply in this case, in which the spy agencies used data purchased from common commercial sources. No warrant was or is required. No problem, right?

I’ve been thinking about the worship of the private business and privatization, of which I was once too guilty. This story made a great lede into the subject, a follow-up to yesterday’s deconstruction of the “Party of Principle [SIC].” Look around today and some of the worst abuses of freedom and privacy are committed by organizations that end with “Inc.” Google, Palpal, YouTube, Amazon, Twitter, Faceberg, etc. are all private companies, so what they do, even if concerning, if okay – because private. The libertarians (and many conservatives) cheered when the bulk of control over the US internet changed hands from a government agency to a private corporation.

The phenomenon goes far beyond Big Tech. Banks play political correctness policing and identity politics as do many other businesses from insurance agencies to big-box retailers. One business after another (generally of the larger variety) falls in line with anti-Western nonsense like LGBTVPC, BLM, baby murder, and more.

When anyone on the legitimate right criticizes one of these nefarious corporate decisions or statements, he is usually hit with the old, tired, and idiotic accusation that he is no better than a socialist.

Yet, what do all of these companies have in common? They are all “private” corporations. And corporations are merely fake “persons” created, as if by black magic, for the general purpose of avoiding liability. They are created, as if by black magic, by government sanctification. They are government entities. Let the marijuana smoke clear out and think about that.

What the libertarians, again, fail to grasp is the nature of observable reality. There is a definite and known nexus between government tyranny and woke corporatocracy. The means are slightly different if highly intertwined, but the ends are the same – oppression of real people and the suppression of real human rights.

In strong nations, comprised of solid, compatible demographics and where the governments answer to the people they serve, this isn’t a problem – for the people. Not long ago in Poland, IKEA came to town and opened a store. They employed a local Christian (not a rarity in distinct, coherent, Catholic Poland). A manager instructed the Christian employee to participate in a woke corporate worship of sodomy and degeneracy. The employee, citing Christian doctrine, declined. IKEA fired the employee.

In Amerika, that would be the end of the story, unless the mob piled on and harassed the Christian further. Libertarians would defend the satanic, government-entity corporation’s actions, because PRIIIIIVATE! A few decent people might boycott IKEA and find themselves labeled as intolerant bigots. But, most importantly, no moral lines would have been crossed because PRIVATE and because no force was used.

In Poland, as soon as the Christian informed his nationalistic public servants, people at IKEA were arrested and sentenced to prison for violating the rights of a Christian.

In the original story, I’m sure that many civil libertarians are genuinely concerned about the overreach or existence of the underlying spy agencies – and they should be. However, their defense of all things private, contractual, and free renders much of their protesting mute. And, because of their tendency towards the atheistic and the egocentric, they have a difficult time realizing the value of the person above the involved government-corporate machine. Again, if they could put down the dope, the proper order goes something like this: the individual is to be respected; the government is to assist the individual, and; the corporation, if it must exist (a large “if”), should be strictly limited by the government from abusing the rights of the individual.

A Bonus, regarding the LP’s statement on the peaceful protests of January Sixth: Why is it that the LP’s wimpy statement is precisely in line with those from the other political parties, the government itself, the media, and hordes of those “private” corporations? It’s because they are utterly confused, out-of-touch, and disingenuous. Peaceful protesting against corrupt governance is unacceptable violence, yet the murder of a million babies each year is a good-faith draw? Bullshit.

Here, again, their replacement or displacement of Christian morality helps them miss the greater point. What goes on in that Capital that so horribly violated by people who only wanted a fair election? Two days before the “riot,” the 2021 Congressional Session opened with a “prayer” from a dullard shyster (Awoman!) to a pagan demon, Brahma. No collection of criminals, so satanically possessed, can honestly clamor about the dangers posed by an “assault” by the very, generally God-fearing people they are supposed to represent in the first place. Where was the statement of condemnation about that?

It’s Christian Nationalism, or it’s chaos, slavery, spying, violence, death, and despair – with or without the alleged benefits of herbal intoxicants.

What Principle? Breaking Libertarian


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I was once one, kind of. While I never joined their Party (or any other), I did for the longest time consider the libertarian philosophy superior to the perceived alternatives. What was I? A conserva-tarian? Something like that – a traditionalist who embraced freedom. In many ways, that’s still me and, in many ways, some libertarian values are still noble, virtuous. But, as a Party and as a core set of principles, the LP and the associated doctrine are both meaningless, misguided, and as dead as communism or conservatism.

The world is and has been a battlefield of good versus evil, as currently represented by nationalism v globalism. I recently described libertarianism as a friendly face for globalism as sold by and to stoners. That’s a little rough, but it is accurate.

Christian Nationalism is the only representative brand that makes sense to and for me, for my People. Former libertarian Vox Day has taken that path; recently, he heralded another former libertarian for also doing so:

Atheism is the bedrock of Libertarianism.

The iron clad belief that there is only the self and that there is no one to stand in judgement over your life but the self that you created. This is the foundation for that entire school of thought. Atheism is not an optional extra if you are a true capital “L” Libertarian, it’s required.

Thus we hit the fundamental flaw; if there is only the self…then why have children? The future belongs to those who show up and Libertarians breed like progressives. One child per couple leads to extinction in four generations.

And then there is the Libertarian mindset.

In general, he’s right about the atheism, which couples well with globalism, which is a soft selling of satanism. (If you just missed the “In general,” then pack up and leave my blog). It all goes the same way and serves the same master.

Let’s take a deeper look. Immediately after the January 6th peaceful protest against democracy theft and nation-wrecking at the Imperial Capital, the LP released this statement:

On Wednesday, January 6, as the U.S. Capitol building was being breached, Libertarian National Committee Chair Joe Bishop-Henchman issued the following statement:

“This is not patriotism. This is not protesting. This is reprehensible violence and aggression and needs to stop now. We hope safety for all those who work in the Capitol.”

Since the party’s founding in 1971, a core belief that has bound Libertarians together is the principle of non-aggression in the pursuit of political and social goals. To achieve membership in the national party, prospective members must affirm their pledge to such effect.

When all else fails, all legal avenues fail, what else is left but (peaceful, in this case) action? In honesty, the standard libertarian response is to smoke a joint. They shun action. But, then, there’s the hindering “pledge.”

“YES, sign me up as a member of the Libertarian Party. To validate my membership, I certify that I oppose the initiation of force to achieve political or social goals.”

No thanks. Such certification is unAmerican, anti-Western, and anti-Christian, in addition to being unmanly. The peaceful protest in question happened in a city named after a general who went to war against his own king. Would the LP have had Washington sit on the banks of the Delaware smoking dope? (Yes).

What do they, the LPers, say today?

The Libertarian Party (LP) is your representative in American politics. It is the only political organization which respects you as a unique and responsible individual.

Our slogan is that we are “The Party of Principle”, because we stand firmly on our principles.

Libertarians strongly oppose any government interference into their personal, family, and business decisions. Essentially, we believe all Americans should be free to live their lives and pursue their interests as they see fit as long as they do no harm to another.


Missing the concept of nationalism, these otherwise decent folks miss the character of “Americans.” I hate to say it, but they are disingenuous in that regard: they know who the American People, the Posterity, really are. A look at the first picture on their Platform Page reveals as much – Libertarians are almost exclusively White Europeans, a little better off and softer in general than the average, though they will readily deny the same is true (“b-b-but, we have that one black kid!” – the fact of “that one” escapes them). This exclusivity helps explain why libertarianism is popular nowhere else in the world, another fact they would likely deny.

They roundly deny reality, even as many of their positions are universal and admirable. Some, however, are dead giveaways of misunderstanding or, worse, deception. Just a few terminal examples from the LP Platform:

1.5 Abortion

Recognizing that abortion is a sensitive issue and that people can hold good-faith views on all sides, we believe that government should be kept out of the matter, leaving the question to each person for their conscientious consideration.

Any person of conscience can just stop here. What “good-faith” is there on the side of those who murder babies? Only in the inverted sense of serving satan could such an argument continue. This fits well with the above observation about general libertarian atheistic, nihilistic solipsism.


Libertarians want all members of society to have abundant opportunities to achieve economic success. A free and competitive market allocates resources in the most efficient manner. Each person has the right to offer goods and services to others on the free market. The only proper role of government in the economic realm is to protect property rights, adjudicate disputes, and provide a legal framework in which voluntary trade is protected. All efforts by government to redistribute wealth, or to control or manage trade, are improper in a free society.

“Free trade” sounds dandy and, if it were limited strictly to people of the demographics of the LP, then it might be doable. Here on Earth, however, it is now a proven failure. Things were outside the libertarian scope of understanding in 1971; they are completely different fifty years later. Were full free-trade implemented, then half of all people under the age of forty would have to move internationally in order to find ANY employment of any kind. This is globalism, the destruction of people, families, communities, and nations. By the way, communism is actually better in this regard because, while it seeks to control a nation, sometimes by very heavy-handed tactics, it does not intend to destroy the nation. This is why, after decades of Soviet communist control, Poland emerged as Poland. By comparison, the United States, after decades of globalism, emerges into mass, multi-party civil war with very little of the old American (British/Euro) Nation left in it. More along those lines in a moment.

2.7 Money and Financial Markets

We favor free-market banking, with unrestricted competition among banks and depository institutions of all types. Markets are not actually free unless fraud is vigorously combated. Those who enjoy the possibility of profits must not impose risks of losses upon others, such as through government guarantees or bailouts. We support ending federal student loan guarantees and special treatment of student loan debt in bankruptcy proceedings. Individuals engaged in voluntary exchange should be free to use as money any mutually agreeable commodity or item. We support a halt to inflationary monetary policies and unconstitutional legal tender laws.

This statement, while simple, is admittedly better than anything from the Uniparty. However, while dancing around it, faithlessly, it completely misses the point. All usury is fraudulent. All usury is a sin, a form of slow, partial (or sometimes complete) murder. They can say “free” and “muh Constitution” all they like; there is no money at all in the dying USA, such having been replaced exclusively by fake debts based on nothing. As with abortion, do they find a “good-faith” view on this pro-murder side? According to Murray Rothbard and a few other, late libertarian leaders, the answer was “yes,” in that one may freely contract for things like student loan murder. That is as utterly wrong as their lazy, tactic defense of infanticide: fraudulent contracts are void, and one cannot contract legally for fraud and criminal activity.

3.4 Free Trade and Migration

We support the removal of governmental impediments to free trade. Political freedom and escape from tyranny demand that individuals not be unreasonably constrained by government in the crossing of political boundaries. Economic freedom demands the unrestricted movement of human as well as financial capital across national borders.

Here we go again, with Free Trade, coupled with her hideous stepsister, migration. Mass migration is war. In fact, it is worse than violent open warfare, because it slowly, permanently changes or destroys the nature and character of nations. Someone made the distinct nations pursuant to His plan for mankind. We are assured they will even exist in Heaven. Those who actively seek to corrupt or destroy the separate nations seek rebellion against the will of God.

That rebellion is precisely what led the nation wreckers to change US immigration law in 1965, setting about the largest, least compatible movement of peoples in recorded history. It is only to be expected that there has been a marked decline over the past fifty-five years. Briefly put: some people are more compatible than others. Viewing the matter through the bleary-eyed rubric of libertarian economics, which ignores much else, similar European people are a slight benefit to the US. East Asians are likewise beneficial, or else a breakeven proposition. All others, constituting the vast majority of new arrivals, are a massive gross and net drain on the US economy.

More importantly, non-Westerns bring cultures and values that do not belong in the US and do not fit well (or at all) with those of the Americans (a “race” defined, by the way, in the Declaration of Independence, the Holy Constitution, the debates and discussions thereon, early naturalization laws, and the 1828 Webster’s dictionary). In short: import the third-world, become the third-world. This explains why the US now resembles the third-world.

By way of analogy, that it might be better to read sober – thus passing over most libertarians, it would be like the hyper-majority White LP membership with their “principles,” etc, being overrun by Black socialists, who upon obtaining sufficient numbers, then rewrite the LP’s Platform to exclude dope and mandate political violence. Here, I should mention the old adage that a libertarian is really just a Republican who wants to smoke dope. (Har, har!)

There’s much more, but most of it fits with the whimsical, reality-averse nature of the foregoing. The only paradigm that serves the West is one that honors the Good, the True, and the Beautiful. A first step would be to admit who and what “the West” is.

For all my libertarian friends, especially those who have recently announced their rerun to the big-L Party, please snuff out the doobies, sober up, and reread this piece. To my disaffected Republican friends, hinting of finding a greener political pasture, the LP isn’t it. To all, given what has unfolded during this election cycle, consider that (without resort to the use of force – or supernatural intervention) no political party outside the confines of the globalist Deep State is likely to ever again field successful national candidates or make policy. The days of free, fair, and honest elections and politics, are, like the American Nation and its monolithic, high-trust, homogenous character and values, things of the past.

Hey! In part, I was only kidding. You free-trading, free-loving libertarians go right ahead and light one up. You might as well.

The Mask Comes Off


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Or on, rather. Creepy Joe, fraudulent prezident of the USSA, just issued a bunch of EOs. On his list of orders for us slaves is the masking of Amerika, especially if you travel.

The U.S. mask order for travel being implemented by Biden will apply to airports and planes, ships, intercity buses, trains and public transportation. Travelers from abroad must furnish a negative COVID-19 test before departing for the U.S. and quarantine upon arrival. Biden has already mandated masks on federal property.

He REALLY wants us masked.

Sec. 3. Encouraging Masking Across America. (a) The Secretary of Health and Human Services (HHS), including through the Director of CDC, shall engage, as appropriate, with State, local, Tribal, and territorial officials, as well as business, union, academic, and other community leaders, regarding mask-wearing and other public health measures, with the goal of maximizing public compliance with, and addressing any obstacles to, mask-wearing and other public health best practices identified by CDC.

He’s also set about flooding the remains of the country with savages, emboldening freaks, worshiping fake science, and some other garbage. I’m sure his collection of oddities cabinet, which does indeed look like an Amerikan Knesset, is already on it.

I thought to come up with a new blog section called “Fuck Off, Joe,” but that would be vulgar, repeatedly typing “Joe.”

2033. Tick, tick, tick…

Making Them Proud


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The good people in Kamala’s hometown are celebrating her ascendancy.

Residents of a tiny Indian village surrounded by rice paddies flocked to a Hindu temple, setting off firecrackers and praying and as they watched Kamala Harris, who has strong roots to the village, take her oath of office and become the U.S. vice president on Wednesday.

Groups of women in bright saris and men wearing white dhoti pants watched the inauguration live as reporters broadcast the villager’s celebrations to millions of Indians. The villagers chanted “Long live Kamala Harris” while holding portraits of her and blasted off fireworks the moment she took the oath.

Imagine how much happier they’d be if their little girl would just come back to them! Alas, they cannot enjoy the dual blessing of the rule of women AND foreigners like the patriots in the USSA. USSA! USSA!

Coverage Tomorrow


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Tomorrow, I won’t do any “live” reports on the … events in DC, whichever way those turn out. But I will run the Prepper Post News in the AM – in fact it’s already done, a final preview of my hopes to the best of my ability under the hellish yoke of YT. Tomorrow evening sometime, I will be back with a wrap based on what unfolds. Either way, it will be a historic ride for all involved. I’ll post the videos then. Stay tuned.