Some Basics of State Domination and Public Submission|
Familiarity may indeed, as the saying goes, breed contempt, but it also breeds a sort of somnolence. People who have never known anything other than a certain state of affairs—even an extraordinarily problematic state of affairs—have a tendency not to notice it at all, to relate it, so to speak, as if they were sleepwalking through it. Such is the situation of modern people in relation to the state. They have always known it, and they take it completely for granted, regarding it as one might regard the weather: whether it brings rain or sunshine, lightning bolts or soothing spring breezes, it is always there, an aspect of nature itself. Even when it proves destructive, its destruction still qualifies as something akin to "acts of God."
The Iranian Threat That Never Was|
I love how the media/government cycle from one "imminent" threat to another and the idiot public goes along with it none the wiser. - Chris
Kennedy's "Weakness" During The Cuban Missile Crisis Saved Our Lives|
The neocons want to start a thermonuclear war because Putin is making Obama "look weak."
Where's their nerve? Today's comics mock poop, not the powerful|
Superb article. The absolute worst comedy movie in modern times has to be "Grandma's Boy," a film in which every joke revolves around laughing at the socially-awkward and disenfranchised. It's the exact opposite of a movie like "Revenge of the Nerds." - Chris
The State is a Parasite on Society|
Sounds like Paul Joseph Watson has made the leap to Ancap! There is simply no denying the logical consistency!