“I believe that all government is evil, in that all government must necessarily make war upon liberty and the democratic form is as bad as any of the other forms” – H.L. Mencken
Any reader of length can unquestionably say one thing about us here at The Dollar Vigilante: We hate governments.
The reasons are endless. They have or are destroying billions of lives, unquantifiable amounts of wealth and enable evil to exist in a form that enables soccer moms, taxi drivers and all manner of run-of-the-mill average people to support tyranny, murder, death and destruction without having to do a thing – and with a smile on their face – Gotta support the troops, after all!
Many are, no doubt, surprised I haven’t mentioned too much about the latest war engendered upon the planet by the evil US empire in recent days, Libya.
Truth be told, it is difficult to stay on top of where the Nobel Peace Prize winner, Barack Obama, is at war, occupying, bombing, raining down drone terror from above and operating concentration camps. It’s easy to lose track of it all. It must be hard to be the Prince of Peace – so many places to bomb in the name of freedom!
However, today, a good friend and subscriber, Pete K., passed along this article and made particular mention of this paragraph:
U.S. officials avoid describing the operation as a war. White house press secretary Jay Carney said it was “a time-limited, scope-limited military action.”
That is the world we live in today – the spinsters with their propaganda are making it tougher to fit it all on a bumper sticker. Now, “Make Love, Not War” bumperstickers just don’t cut it. All the brainwashed masses will be quick to point out that it’s not war, it’s just a military action!
Sort of like saying I’m not beating you up, I’m just punching you in the face.
And, somehow, “Make Love, Not a Time Limited, Scope-Limited Military Action” doesn’t have the same cache.
In regard to “time limits” set by the government, the following quote might shed some light on the value of listening to government time estimates:
“The (Iraq) war could last six days, six weeks. I doubt six months.” – Donald Rumsfeld Feb 7, 2003
The biggest problem, as alluded to above, is that every-day, average people – the types who would never raise their voice or even get into a shoving match – become a step removed from the murder and violence.
If you haven’t done so, go on sites like USAToday.com and read the comments section and you will see that there are countless hordes of Americans who actually support daily murders of innocents. They’ve been brainwashed into thinking it is “us versus them”. They can’t even see they are just tax slaves on just another tax farm and that there is no “us versus them”, unless the “them” is the government.
Have any of these people who are delighted in the bombings of Libya, ever been to Libya? No.
Do any of them know anything about Libya? No.
In absence of government would any of them be flying over to Libya to kill people? No.
The problem with the American tax farm is that, thanks to centuries of quite free markets, and the US dollar still being accepted as the reserve currency of the world, they still have some access to wealth left after all the theft and destruction caused over the last century by the Federal Reserve and the US Government.
Now that we are in the final hours and days of the world’s largest game of “the emperor has no clothes”, the US Government will do anything and everything to take the American populace’s mind off of the fact that the Government and thereby, great swathes of the population are bankrupt. This, unfortunately, includes war. Lots of it.
In the next 24 hours we will be releasing to subscribers an in depth Special Report on one of the best places we have found, to date, to sit out the next few years of war, riots, chaos and turmoil. Even if you can’t afford to live there we have many ideas how to create businesses, cheaply and easily, to cater to residents of, what can only be described as a modern day Galt’s Gulch.
They say, if you can’t beat ’em, join ’em. We say, if you can’t beat ’em, go live in northern Argentina for a few years and give yourself and your family the best chance of surviving the destruction to come – because this isn’t going to end pretty.