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Pink Floyd – Another Brick in the Wall Parody

I don’t need no education
I don’t need no self-control
The dark sarcasm in the writing
Teacher: “Read your books at home”
“Hey!” Teacher: “What’d you read at home?”
All in all you’re just another shitty author
All in all you’re just another shitty author

If you don’t write your words, how can you be a writer? How an you be a writer if you don’t write your words?


Murray Rothbard – Left, Right, and the Prospects for Liberty

Murray Rothbard – Left, Right, and the Prospects for Liberty.

Creepy FBI encounter.

P R O T E C T I O N  A N D  S E R V I C E.

I have a couple of things to say about this:

1. At least people are finally waking up to the fact that maybe people that steal our money at gunpoint and threaten us with imprisonment aren’t the most ethical people out there.

2. The only reason this man is still alive is because the FBI wasn’t sure whether or not he was livestreaming. If they knew he was simply recording, they would’ve interrogated him with torture, killed him, and destroyed the camera.


Murray Rothbard.

More Murray Rothbard.

…Holy fuck, that’s genius.

The words “patriot” and “traitor” are only separated by “p” and “r”.



Voluntarism and Capitalism.


Trump parody 1.

Trump parody 2.

One of God’s mistakes (that He promptly solved).

When God created politicians, He realized He made a mistake, and then He quickly FIXED His mistake by creating Hell.


More politics.


Voluntarism and Capitalism.

“Public”, “Morality”, Emotions, Logic, and Practicalities

Just throw the word “public” around and everything sounds better.

It sounds “moral.

But when we use emotions and “morals” to guide us instead of logic and practicalities, we, obviously, fail to see the “logical” conclusions of our “moral” and “emotional” actions that we take, as well as failing to see all of the “practicalities” (as numerous and diverse as they may be: we do not know until we find them) from our “emotional” and “moral” actions.

And thus we have decisions made that lead to disastrous conclusions because we did not follow logic and practicalities, despite all of the “We didn’t mean to! It was an accident! We were trying to do good!” This is no excuse when you haught “morals” as supreme and “science” and “rationale” as cold, calculating and evil.

When you vilify truth and good things, you get no help away from the logical conclusions of your misguided, prideful, hate-driven actions.

When you make your bed, you lie in it, and you get no mercy from me.

Mercy comes from God: not me.

There comes a point in time when you have to suffer the consequences of your actions to learn not to do it again.

More hypocritical “societal” advice: adults teaching kids about how your actions have consequences, but adults running away from the consequences of their own actions and condemning others for their own misfortunes caused by their own decisions.

There is a difference between compassion and guilt and I will not let people guilt me. I will help out people if I wish, but I am not “morally” required to.

There comes a point in time when you have to ask yourself if it is better to let people indulge in their destructive behavior to hopefully see that they can change (they might not), or you enable their destructive behavior by providing them a false sense of security.

My own personal history has taught me that the better result comes from the people waking up on their own.

Or, if they don’t wake up, it is their own life decision.

If I wish to use resources on these individuals, I may, but “moral requirements” that reward destructive behavior is a little illogical to me, and if our purpose is to help OUT those engaging in destructive behaviors, it seems to me that the best course of action is to either let them destroy themselves enough to a point that they want to change, or let them engage in the decisions that they wish. I should not be “morally required” to give them resources and to enable their destructive behaviors. The fact that the world “moral” is used is laughable because you aren’t fixing the root of their destructive behavior (an intention evidenced by the word “moral” used to define the cause), but rather you are rewarding them for destroying themselves, and that seems like a perverse incentive, and seems counter-intuitive, and in fact seems to do the exact opposite of its intended purpose.

Which is why logic is more important than “good intentions”, and infinitely more important than “morality.

December 19, 2013.

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Why is it that we always think public programs are less expensive than private programs?

Why is it that we think only a certain amount of property should be had by all, instead of keeping what has been justly earned?

Why is it that we don’t understand that absolute power corrupts absolutely?

Why is it that we continually fall for the tricks of politicians?

Why is it that we put so much faith in politicians?

Why is it that we don’t understand the natural tendency to get away with what we can?

Why don’t we understand what competition is?

Why is it that we assume that industries are going to collude against is, and that NOT ONE COMPANY will come in and undercut them, thus providing us lower prices?

Why is it that we attack financial success without realizing that if person A has paid person B, that person B deserves that money, regardless of how much money person A has decided to pay them?

Why is it that persons B-Z want to tell person A to spend his money on the poor that person B-Z has given him, but persons B-Z will not pool their own money together to help out the poor?

Why is it that we are entitled to someone else’s money?

Why is it that we believe that we can tell other people how to run their businesses? Why is it that we can tell them what to produce and at what price they should produce it?

Why is it that we scream and preach freedom, but we want the tyranny of the majority to destroy every business owners right to his own property, freedom of association, and free market principles?

Why do so many people hate, and misunderstand, the free market?

Why is it that we trust a government education to teach us about the free market when these two institutions are diametrically opposed?

Why is it we suck the government’s dick, but then complain when they start ejaculating into our mouths more than we like?

Why is it that we trust the most powerful institution known to man, give them almost everything of our own free will (at first), then when they start taking more, we complain, not realizing that if we have a problem with government, the ultimate law of the land (the government), has no incentive to fix it if it already has us under its power?

Why is it that we don’t understand that a citizenry is what gives a government its power?

Why is it that we don’t understand why revolutions in history have occurred?

Why is it that we don’t think it can happen to us?

Why is the truth attacked so fiercely?

Why are there so many misunderstandings that are ultimately going to lead to misery?

June 13, 2013.

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