(Source: broken-prophets)

Robert Yates (politician)

The Complete Anti-Federalist

brndns-baked:

Chill spot :)

brndns-baked:

Chill spot :)

Newly Released Memo Details Justification for Drone Assassination of American Citizen

(Source: memewhore)

thinksquad:

Quebec police are investigating witness claims that Quebec City police pinned a cyclist to the ground and continued with their arrest, even as blood poured from his mouth after their cruiser ran him over.

Guy Blouin, 48, died Wednesday in the hardscrabble Saint-Roch district of the provincial capital.

Witnesses say a cruiser that attempted to pull over Blouin, going the wrong way down a one-way street just after 1 p.m., instead ran him over.

"He went under the wheels," said Bibi, who would only give her first name. She said the cruiser then shifted into drive and ran Blouin over a second time.

Witness Sylvie Dion described a “rough arrest” in which officers pinned Blouin to the ground by both of his arms.

Bibi added: “I saw the blood coming out of his mouth, he shouted ‘I’m hurt.’”

The witnesses also said officers walked the man to an ambulance as he was doubled over in pain.

Blouin died a few hours later.

His death prompted an angry rally of 200 people Thursday on the steps of a church in the low-income district. Some held up signs that read, “police steal lives.”

They allege the officers who struck Blouin put his mangled bicycle into their trunk and drove off.

Provincial police would not comment on the claims city officers altered the scene of the collision.

"Investigators have met with several witnesses, including police officers involved in the accident," said provincial police Sgt. Ann Mathieu.

A spokesman for Mayor Regis Labeaume said City Hall is monitoring the situation.

"He offers his condolences to the family of Mr. Guy Blouin," Paul-Christian Nolin said. "He trusts the (provincial police) investigation."

http://www.torontosun.com/2014/09/05/quebec-city-cops-pinned-dying-cyclist-to-ground-witnesses-say

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US launches airstrikes around Iraq's Haditha Dam

bodhioshea:

Anarchy is so much more to me than economics. I don’t consider myself a Buddhist, but the profound nature of my anarchist journey is revealed as I reflect on it through the Three Jewels of Buddhism. The first jewel, or the Buddha, to me is about faith in emergent order, and an understanding that we are all part of and shaped by the same environment. To respect individual choice is to honor how much of the past and present environment is being expressed in that choice. The second jewel is the Dharma or ethics. For many, the Dharma is about ‘doing no harm,’ but for me, Dharma is also about universally preferable behavior and the non-aggression principle. The Dharma is to ‘love thy neighbor as thyself.’ The third jewel is the Sangha, or how buddhists refer to the compassionate community. To me, we only honor the compassionate community when we honor voluntary exchange and free association. All three jewels can be expressed at once only in the context of a free market community.

Namaste.

bodhioshea:

Anarchy is so much more to me than economics. I don’t consider myself a Buddhist, but the profound nature of my anarchist journey is revealed as I reflect on it through the Three Jewels of Buddhism. The first jewel, or the Buddha, to me is about faith in emergent order, and an understanding that we are all part of and shaped by the same environment. To respect individual choice is to honor how much of the past and present environment is being expressed in that choice. The second jewel is the Dharma or ethics. For many, the Dharma is about ‘doing no harm,’ but for me, Dharma is also about universally preferable behavior and the non-aggression principle. The Dharma is to ‘love thy neighbor as thyself.’ The third jewel is the Sangha, or how buddhists refer to the compassionate community. To me, we only honor the compassionate community when we honor voluntary exchange and free association. All three jewels can be expressed at once only in the context of a free market community.

Namaste.

concerninglibertyfirst:

teamskipro:

concerninglibertyfirst:

teamskipro:

teamskipro:

concerninglibertyfirst:

teamskipro:

concerninglibertyfirst:

Never Forget…. the never-ending bullshit from the state.

Never forget THAT YOU ARE AN ASSHOLE. FUCK YOU man. That’s no fucking memorial post, that’s a post full of idiotic bullshit from someone who doesn’t see the full picture and only takes one small part of a large, complex problem and exploits it. FUCK YOU for being heartless. You aren’t American and never will be. Nor should your freedoms be protected by a “totally tyrannical, corrupt US govt” if you just sit around and call it a piece of shot with no regards for the people who’ve died giving you freedom, those who’ve died as a result in our country, or others, or the families of those who’ve lost more than you can imagine. So before you start your next idiotic post like this, realize you belong somewhere else. Realize you aren’t American. Realize that we’re way better off than any other country, and that if you think we’re the only country that has caused harm in the world, you’re dead wrong.

LOL ^^^ look how upset this moron is who hasn’t done his research. No people have died giving me freedom, the American people do not have freedom. Care to expand on your insight and prove otherwise? Couldn’t even read through your entire post because it was numbing my brain too badly. Try harder next time! :)

Never Forget that the american government is acting outside the will of the people - WHETHER YOU LIKE AND ACCEPT THAT OR NOT.

It wasn’t meant to be a memorial post it was meant to remind and educate.

Source: http://www.businessinsider.com/major-study-finds-that-the-us-is-an-oligarchy-2014-4


You’re the poorly uninformed one. Blinded by your own inability to use your brain. Many have died for your freedom. If you are saying you aren’t free, get out of MY country and you’ll see the situation in other places. Unless you’re in Denmark or a Socialist country, you’ll be disappointed with what you find. Your single tracked mind is keeping you from seeing the world view - you’re taking a single part of a complex situation and exploiting it - exactly what many ill-informed people do today. Your post obviously wasn’t a memorial, you tagged it with the terrorist attack memorial tags to bash on our country, disgracing your name. Please educate yourself a little more…

P.S. Your proof is American history and some POLS classes if you’re intelligent enough. Then again, you did post that. Do you also believe that we’re controlled by the Illuminati and that doomsday is coming on a specific date? If you’re truly stupid enough to not see your freedoms, there’s no hope other than going to other countries less fortunate than us (and there are MANY).

if you want to go take away the lives of others, why don’t you go and sign up and kill a few folks? Man , talk about something to be proud of!! lol the level of your upset is making me laugh harder than usual. #toofunny do you realize how brainwashed you are? Hey! it isn’t your fault cockhead, you didn’t ask to be indoctrinated. Can’t help that.

Proves you’re an idiot. Please leave the country.

I am laughing at how much you think your opinion is relevant to my life or to logic in general :D I’ll start packing right now, skip. lol Could you at least try to put in a little more effort in selecting which nonsensical rhetoric you are going to spew?

The u.s. government acts outside the will of the people. That is a fact regardless of your feels on the subject lol #dealwithit

Whether you want more war or not, the US cannot afford it. Sorry. #toughshit

Statistics back up the claims that the fear mongering of terrorism is highly unfounded. You should be more afraid of bumblebees and bath tubs.

alas, at the end of the day ignorant  statists are still going to spew their ignorant shit! :D

Wake up, motherf#$@ers!!! NBC News posted that "Your new Facebook friend may be the FBI"! It's not just Alex Jones anymore...

reuters:

Displaced Iraqi Shi’ite Muslim Mohammed Harith Youssif, 25, walks with his 20-year-old bride Reem Ahmed, a Sunni Muslim, during their wedding at a school in Baghdad, September 1, 2014. The couple married after they fled violence by Islamic State militants in their home town of Mosul. More photos: http://reut.rs/1lzYbaO
REUTERS/Thaier Al-Sudani 

reuters:

Displaced Iraqi Shi’ite Muslim Mohammed Harith Youssif, 25, walks with his 20-year-old bride Reem Ahmed, a Sunni Muslim, during their wedding at a school in Baghdad, September 1, 2014. The couple married after they fled violence by Islamic State militants in their home town of Mosul. More photos: http://reut.rs/1lzYbaO

REUTERS/Thaier Al-Sudani 

bodhioshea asked: I think the post with how much we spend on war vs how much to irradiate poverty, doesn't necessarily convey that we should use taxes and centralized planners. I think it just demonstrates the huge waste in production by humanity. The post doesn't explicitly argue against voluntary association. Right?

You know, you’re absolutely right. Obviously voluntary means would be the best way to eliminate poverty and world hunger. But a few important questions arise from poring over this simple, dubious statistic; Chiefly:

*Can the desired result actually be achieved?
*If so can the results be achieved in an ethical (voluntary) manner?
*What are the negative consequences (if any)?
*How permanent are the results?

Assuming the statistic in the infographic is true, I think people ought to take a long, hard look at the ethical implications of their daily lives and starting asking themselves how they can make an impact. A shifting of the collective consciousness, if you will. Less of an inclination towards fear, aggression, and war, and more of a proclivity towards basic human compassion.