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16  General Category / General Discussion / Re: March against Monsanto Day on: May 26, 2013, 12:14:47 PM
many of its opponents always struck me as a bunch of economic-illiterate hippies.

No wonder you seem so uninformed, judging books by their cover.
17  General Category / General Discussion / Re: I love the state! on: May 24, 2013, 07:34:00 PM
Not everybody can take the leap. Realistically, I haven't even had to physically make it yet.

If you leap you go splat. It takes more thought than that.
18  General Category / General Discussion / Re: 911 Dispatcher Tells Woman About To Be Raped There Are No Cops To Help Her on: May 24, 2013, 07:08:13 PM
Also visit http://cafr1.com

Oh, too if you really want an in-depth explanation watch "The Corporation Nation" (3 hrs) which spends a lot of time on CAFRs.
19  General Category / General Discussion / Re: 911 Dispatcher Tells Woman About To Be Raped There Are No Cops To Help Her on: May 24, 2013, 07:00:40 PM
"With unlimited wealth also comes the potential for unlimited theft, and extortion, easy money. Here we have some of the sharpest minds on the face of the planet orchestrating the takeover of the world economy. The corporations, the land, the productivity of the people. we’re going to be talking about the investment wealth that’s built up within government where government now owns it all by investment...." - Walter Burien

Comprehension Is A Good Thing

And here are posts I have directly pertaining to or relating to CAFR's.

-each page holds 10 posts-

Also visit http://cafr1.com
20  General Category / General Discussion / Re: I love the state! on: May 24, 2013, 06:06:22 PM
Yay for political activism! Perhaps she should of turned her phone off, not answered the door, not made contract with the IRS, ATF, among many other things I'm sure. She obviously has never considered just cancelling her coercive subscriptions and building a life that doesn't require she be robbed at every turn. More and more I do not feel bad when someone gets kicked by a government they support with their money, labor, and votes and then cries injustice exists. Perhaps she will be back to beg the same criminals that did this to her to make it all better.  Perhaps she will just quit working all together and wind up homeless or worse; government definitely opens up the possibilities for change. Perhaps she will quit working for government and continue providing to the customers she can retain, and build from there. Perhaps she will become an anarchist and never know it.
21  General Category / General Discussion / Re: 911 Dispatcher Tells Woman About To Be Raped There Are No Cops To Help Her on: May 24, 2013, 05:47:04 PM
And still no one cares to comprehend the CAFR......
22  General Category / General Discussion / Re: DHS warns that 3-D printed guns are impossible to contain on: May 24, 2013, 05:14:01 PM
I'm excited about the other possibilities like when I can design my own hand-tools to do my work with.. Or replace my fingers.

<a href="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WT3772yhr0o" target="_blank">http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WT3772yhr0o</a>
23  General Category / General Discussion / Re: Examples of Free Enterprise in Action on: May 17, 2013, 10:33:00 PM
Pirates are really cool, even if they only smuggle dead Chicken.

Can't help but think of:
24  Videos / Other Videos / Re: Psycopathy on: May 13, 2013, 08:24:11 AM
Most people are mildly sociopathic and are not ashamed of it.
25  General Category / General Discussion / Re: psychiatry is a load of crap on: May 13, 2013, 08:19:49 AM
   "The foundation of all mental illness is the unwillingness to experience legitimate suffering." — Carl Gustav Jung
26  General Category / General Discussion / Re: Guilt by association just hit a new low on: May 09, 2013, 11:47:37 PM
I am really trying to just stop laughing. They can now pray and be forgiven by most everything! Now how much do you want to bet that the kids don't want to be there? LOL!
27  General Category / General Discussion / Re: Conspiracy on: May 09, 2013, 11:44:37 PM
    "Political tags – such as royalist, communist, democrat, populist, fascist, liberal, conservative, and so forth – are never basic criteria. The human race divides politically into those who want people to be controlled and those who have no such desire." — Robert A. Heinlein
28  General Category / General Discussion / The Eleventh of November, 1887 on: May 09, 2013, 11:41:58 PM
I had never heard of the "Haymarket Bombing" before reading this.

by Voltairine de Cleyre and was delivered in Chicago, November 11, 1901.

<a href="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JMCLponCK8I" target="_blank">http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JMCLponCK8I</a>

On 1st May, 1886 a strike was began throughout the United States in support a eight-hour day. Over the next few days over 340,000 men and women withdrew their labor. Over a quarter of these strikers were from Chicago and the employers were so shocked by this show of unity that 45,000 workers in the city were immediately granted a shorter workday.

The campaign for the eight-hour day was organised by the International Working Men's Association (the First International). On 3rd May, the IWPA in Chicago held a rally outside the McCormick Harvester Works, where 1,400 workers were on strike. They were joined by 6,000 lumber-shovers, who had also withdrawn their labour. While August Spies, one of the leaders of the IWPA was making a speech, the police arrived and opened-fire on the crowd, killing four of the workers.

The following day August Spies, who was editor of the Arbeiter-Zeitung, published a leaflet in English and German entitled: Revenge! Workingmen to Arms!. It included the passage: "They killed the poor wretches because they, like you, had the courage to disobey the supreme will of your bosses. They killed them to show you 'Free American Citizens' that you must be satisfied with whatever your bosses condescend to allow you, or you will get killed. If you are men, if you are the sons of your grand sires, who have shed their blood to free you, then you will rise in your might, Hercules, and destroy the hideous monster that seeks to destroy you. To arms we call you, to arms." Spies also published a second leaflet calling for a mass protest at Haymarket Square that evening.

On 4th May, over 3,000 people turned up at the Haymarket meeting. Speeches were made by August Spies, Albert Parsons and Samuel Fielden. At 10 a.m. Captain John Bonfield and 180 policemen arrived on the scene. Bonfield was telling the crowd to "disperse immediately and peaceably" when someone threw a bomb into the police ranks from one of the alleys that led into the square. It exploded killing eight men and wounding sixty-seven others. The police then immediately attacked the crowd. A number of people were killed (the exact number was never disclosed) and over 200 were badly injured.

Several people identified Rudolph Schnaubelt as the man who threw the bomb. He was arrested but was later released without charge. It was later claimed that Schnaubelt was an agent provocateur in the pay of the authorities. After the release of Schnaubelt, the police arrested Samuel Fielden, an Englishman, and six German immigrants, August Spies, Adolph Fisher, Louis Lingg, George Engel, Oscar Neebe, and Michael Schwab. The police also sought Albert Parsons, the leader of the International Working Peoples Association in Chicago, but he went into hiding and was able to avoid capture. However, on the morning of the trial, Parsons arrived in court to standby his comrades.

There were plenty of witnesses who were able to prove that none of the eight men threw the bomb. The authorities therefore decided to charge them with conspiracy to commit murder. The prosecution case was that these men had made speeches and written articles that had encouraged the unnamed man at the Haymarket to throw the bomb at the police.

The jury was chosen by a special bailiff instead of being selected at random. One of those picked was a relative of one of the police victims. Julius Grinnell, the State's Attorney, told the jury: "Convict these men make examples of them, hang them, and you save our institutions."  - http://www.spartacus.schoolnet.co.uk/USAhaymarket.htm

Memorial Address, by Voltairine de Cleyre - http://www.theanarchisttownship.freedom-blogs.com/683/memorial-address-by-voltairine-de-cleyre/
Our Martyred Comrades, by Voltairine de Cleyre - http://www.theanarchisttownship.freedom-blogs.com/679/our-martyred-comrades-by-voltairine-de-cleyre-2/
November Eleventh, by Voltairine de Cleyre - http://www.theanarchisttownship.freedom-blogs.com/674/our-martyred-comrades-by-voltairine-de-cleyre/
November 11th, by Voltairine de Cleyre - http://www.theanarchisttownship.freedom-blogs.com/672/november-11th-by-voltairine-de-cleyre/
The Fruit of the Sacrifice, by Voltairine de Cleyre - http://www.theanarchisttownship.freedom-blogs.com/670/the-fruit-of-the-sacrifice-by-voltairine-de-cleyre/

29  General Category / Lounge / Re: Libertarian Dictionary on: May 07, 2013, 07:17:10 PM
I think it will be heavily laden with sarcasm I like sarcasm

30  General Category / Lounge / Re: Just gonna leave this here... on: May 06, 2013, 05:36:52 PM
^ That's Korea :S

Doh! "Baghdad and east, west, south and north somewhat." as I run away....

Thanks for the clarification.
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