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Gun Culture Exhibit I: Know Thy Enemy, Know Thyself

Posted: December 23, 2015 in 1984 Goldsteins, American gun culture, Amerikan Empire, Amerikan university scam, annihilation, Antonio Gramsci, battles, bigotry, civil-disobedience, class, Communism, conflict, continual war, corporate media, counter-hegemonic blocs, courage, cultural formations, cultural power, cultural roots, culture, decline and fall, defeat, drafted armies, entrapments, Europe, extermination, faking mobilizations, Fascists, following orders, freedom, genocide, Gramscian political process, gun confiscations, gun owners, guns, hegemonic alliances, hegemonic blocs, hegemony, historical blocs, history, honor, hoplophobia, human condition, humanity, hypocrites, ideologies, incendiary language, incessant political agitation, incitement to violence, intellectuals, Italy, liberty, liquidation, mainstream corporate media, Marxists, mass mobilizations, mass murder, name calling, national culture, national popular movements, Neo-Marxists, optimism of the will, organic intellectuals, permanent war, politial actions, political action, political alliances, political allies, political attacks, political blogs, political calumny, political crises, political defeat, political diversity, political enemies, political engagements, political ideas, political killings, political manipulations, political masters, political methods, political mobilizations, political movements, political onslaught, political opposition, political power, political reaction, political strengths, political struggle, political tactics, political triumph, political truths, political warfare, political weaknesses, politics, propaganda, radicals, revolutionaries, right to self-defense, slavery, social classes, socio-economic elites, Sun Tzu, surrender, tenured cowards, The Art of War, the modern world, the State, Thomas Paine, trench warfare, tyrannical laws, tyranny, United States of America, university administrators, university professors, victory, violence, virtue, war, war of attrition, war of maneuver, war of position, warfare, warriors, weakening the will, WW I
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“If you know the enemy and know yourself, you need not fear the result of a hundred battles. If you know yourself but not the enemy, for every victory gained you will also suffer a defeat. If you know neither the enemy nor yourself, you will succumb in every battle.” Sun Tzu, ancient Chinese intellectual, 544-496 BCE

Sun Tzu once again wrote the truth. The warrior has to truly understand his or her enemies – and his or her own weaknesses.

This method also applies a full understanding of the enemy’s total world views, reading their articles and books, and especially, and most importantly, getting inside their minds.

This method fully understands their tactics, and so we will stay ready for their coming affronts. The most important questions revolve around: why do they hate us so much, and why do they want to exterminate us physically? Our enemies have operated a continual war against us.

We can look at their social class backgrounds. They represent mostly high socio-economic elites, and they tend to work in the fields of state media propaganda, government-union bureaucracies, state mandatory education, software corporations, and corporate entertainment media. Note where they live, such as urban enclaves in high-priced sections of town with gated communities, or doormen, elevator men, or armed security.

Smart observers will analyze their cultural formations, which often represent university-college trained ideologies. We could even scrutinize their cultural tastes, such as preferring to dine out in restaurants rather than cook their own meals, frequenting certain ‘hipster’ hangouts, such as expensive bars, clubs with lots of synthetic drug use, and attending gigs of certain genres of music.

These observations relate to intensively doing our research. We will not only know our enemies, we will even be able to think like them.

That first part is not hard to do. But knowing thyself is a lot harder to perform. The reasons are that we must face ourselves with total and complete honesty. We have to look at ourselves from a distance, as if some casual onlookers just spotted us at a remote position, and then we can critique our faults. We ought to know our weaknesses, and like other social-cultural groups in the United States, we do have glaring weaknesses.

Before pointing out America’s gun culture weaknesses, we first need to understand the political practices of hegemony, national popular movements, organic intellectuals, historical blocs, war of position, war of maneuver, and optimism of the will.

These political practices come from the writings of the Italian Communist intellectual, Antonio Gramsci, 1891-1937 AD. The Italian Fascists murdered the guy through criminal neglect in prison, but his political methods eventually transformed the Italian Communist Party into the most powerful Communist Party outside of the Warsaw Pact after WWII.

I would like to thank my Neo-Marxist tenured professors within the Amerikan university education system for teaching me these occult arts in manipulating political power. Many Americans wonder why Amerikan universities are such Left-wing madhouses. Administrator, six figure salary bureaucrats now run these scam stations, and they are more corrupt than most union boss officials. Most concernedly, our political enemies, inclusive of Amerikan university administrators, have been using these political tactics against us.

Gramsci took his political ideas from the combat tactics of WW I in Europe, with its mass mobilizations of drafted armies, trench warfare and technology efficiency in destroying human life. Gramsci applied such military tactics to the furtive arts of political alliances and to the political engagement of total defeat and no surrender.

Hegemony is simply the art of maintaining strong political alliances, often containing contradictory ideologies, transformed into a powerful force of action. Gramsci understood that hegemonic political action has the potential to block state hegemonic alliances, and even overthrow them. The Fasciste movement in 1920s Italy did just this.

American gun owners are a diverse group, such as hunters that like to eat fresh meat, sports shooters, self-defense trainers, gun store employees, military veterans, ex-cops, small business owners that run businesses in rough neighborhoods, trailer living people that like to shoot metal in the deserts.

We also have lots of other different people within our cultural salad, inclusive of lots of women, gays and lesbians, Muslim Americans, Anarchists, bikers, Jewish Americans, Atheists, Evangelical Christians, African-Americans, Latino-Americans, tattoo-piercing artists, sex workers and artist musicians. Yet, our political enemies often portray us as a fringe group of politically reactionary, overweight, older white men with genetically attached baseball caps and a bad wardrobe style.

National popular movements are political hegemonic movements that successfully become integrated within the national culture. Some good historical-ideological examples, within American political history, have represented: Jacksonian Democracy, Manifest Destiny, The Cause of the Southland-Dixieland, Abolitionism, The Gospel of Wealth, The Temperance-Prohibition Movement, Federalism, Constitutional Law, Environmentalism, Public School Education, The American Economic Dream, Racialism-Eugenics, The Black Liberation Struggle, Populism, The Big Stick Policy, The Labor Movement, Second Wave Feminism, Multiculturalism and Progressivism.

American gun culture holds profound and deep roots within American culture and history – and it will always stay that way. Our strong cultural power inside of the United States means that our political enemies are desperately trying to dislodge us from our privileged cultural position. Even with such a privileged cultural position, Gramsci learned from the aftermath of WW I that a strong cultural-political hegemonic alliance can dislodge and defeat the strongest national-cultural affinities. Like the human condition, culture changes and morphs into absurd newer creations.

Historical blocs are the different national popular movements that make up hegemonic political alliances. They are important because, in Gramsci’s own words, they are organic, meaning they spring from the cultural roots of the country. The political leaders are true citizens that represent the nation. Successful hegemonic alliances must have organic intellectuals as their public voices. American gun culture is definitely American. Our political-enemies however prefer to live in a more sophisticated culture, such as Europe and Australia.

The strategy for historical blocs is to transform themselves into national popular movements. Next, they must form powerful hegemonic blocs or counter-hegemonic blocs of political alliances in order to completely seize political power – and ultimately destroy their political enemies.

The first strategy is the War of Position, where the political movement uses deep political tactics against its ideological enemies, such as entrapments, faking mobilizations, incendiary language, incessant political agitation, continual propaganda outlay, and ultimately, incitement to violence.

All of these political tactics work in that they eventually weaken the will of the enemy to respond adequately, since the political opposition has to continually defend its positions, representing the War of Attrition. Eventually the beaten down opposition must either fortify itself, close off its gaps, and slowly decline and fall for final liquidation, or it must surrender gradually to the political onslaught, and ultimately become the tribute paying slaves of their new masters.

Gramsci referred to this end game for political victory, which is always violent, as the War of Maneuver. All successful hegemonic blocs must first utilize the War of Position, and then when achieving some cultural power in the nation, move into the War of Maneuver.

Ultimately, Gramsci encapsulated his most famous phrase, Pessimism of the Spirit; optimism of the Will. Gramsci insinuated through this statement that the Communist or Radical inside of the War of Position must reject any spiritual or religious morality.

Instead, the United Left has to replace such weak sentiments with a continual and untiring political struggle, or political warfare, against the Enemy. In fin, the revolutionaries have to seize political power in order to physically annihilate the Enemy. Modern history has shown the way in successfully using the Gramscian political process.

America’s Gun Culture is now facing such a War of Position – and our political enemies have learned the same Gramscian political tactics from their own Neo-Marxist tenured professors that they studied under. The Neo-Marxist tenured cowards have taught in the Amerikan university system for over a generation. Hopefully, we can now see where both our weaknesses and strengths lie.

As gun owners we must avoid contributing our writings to hard right-wing blogs that spout non-stop bigotry, often against the corporate media’s new hate targets: Muslims, and we should stop supporting pro-war/pro-US Military articles, which yell for more violence, revenge killings, bombings, genocide and mass murder.

While those right-wing political blogs will often attack the mainstream corporate media, they always echo chamber their 1984 Goldsteins of the Year, such as ‘Radical Islam.’ We don’t particularly like the outrageous fulminations coming from the ‘hoplophobes,’ so why do we collaborate with the rants of Islamophobes, homophobes or negrophobes?

Just because those political blogs often feature pro-gun articles does not mean they are our political allies. These hard right-wing blogs often belong to other hegemonic blocs. When we contribute to their rants and bile, we fall into our political enemies entrapment strategies.

The corporate mainstream media will once again picture us as ignorant, white racist, right-wing kooks. And always remember after the Sandy Hook Mythology Movement – many of those same hard right-wingers joined with their supposed progressive political enemies calling for gun restrictions.

We possess guns because we believe in the natural right to self-defense for all of humanity – including for our political enemies. We reject cowardice and stand upon the code of honor. We will never surrender to tyranny and we value our liberty.

This does not mean that we find guns sexy or even beautiful. Guns, like all weapons, are tools for extermination. We only use weapons as a last resort against any agitated wild animal, criminal attacker, or tyrannical invasion force, ready to physically harm us, our family, or our good friends. All of humanity has the right to defend themselves from violent attacks.

Most Americans are with us on this point, including many young urban hipsters, with pseudo-Leftist politics, who don’t know us, and who probably don’t any guns. Let us celebrate our diversity of differing political ideologies and backgrounds – yet united in our eternal virtues of courage, honor and gentleness.

The gun confiscators’ preferred method in dislodging America’s gun culture from the core of American cultural identity is through extreme, cowardly name calling. They commonly refer to us as terrorists, gun nuts and enablers of mass murder, and some have even called for outright, mass gun confiscation and snitching to the cops when we open carry. This is another war of position tactic.

We will simply reply to their calumny that they are gross hypocrites and lazy cowards: while they hate guns for us, they love guns for the cops and the military, which often target the poor, and the people who can’t fight back around the world. They rant for gun confiscations, yet they want the regular police officers and the enlisted military soldiers to bear the burdens of such a national confiscation, or having to detain open carriers.

Our most formidable weapons, which will carry out the defeat of their War of Position, is our knowledge of history. Educated Americans know about the Revolutionary War for Independence, the Civil War-War Between the States, John Brown’s Raid, WW I & II, and the Wild West Frontier. Guns entered all of those conflicts.

Tyrannical Laws never deserve the respect of a free people. Courage and Honor never comply, and never will we just follow orders. We didn’t come into this Earth to die as slaves.

Thomas Paine, the American radical wrote in his political pamphlet, The Crisis No. 1, (1776), These are the times that try men’s souls. The summer soldier and the sunshine patriot will, in this crisis, shrink from the service of their country; but he that stands it now, deserves the love and thanks of man and woman. Tyranny, like hell, is not easily conquered; yet we have this consolation with us, that the harder the conflict, the more glorious the triumph…”

We stand upon this truth. We remain within our hallowed ground, well inside American national culture. Whatever War of Positions the Enemy thrusts against us, we shall not surrender.

We respect honor, they do not. They are cowards, we are not. Never forget this.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Cutting Down the Amerikan-style Bar Dependency

Posted: November 18, 2015 in aggressive lowlifes, alcohol, alcoholic dens, ale, ale houses, American Independence from the British Empire, Amerikan Empire, Amerikan political-economic nightmare, Anti-Saloon League, Bacchus, bank debit cards, bar conversations, bar owners, bar patrons, barrels, bars, bartenders, beers, binge drinkers, bodegas, booze, bordellos, brasserie, Canterbury Tales, capitalism, card games, carnival, casks, Chaucer, cities, clientelle, cocktails, community, concoctions, conflict, convenience stores, counters, cover charges, cultural personality, culture, customer marks, dignity, drinkers, drinking at home, drinking establishments, drinks, drunkeness, DUIs, Eighteenth-Ammendment, employees, Europe, European Civilization, extermination, eye candy, Falstaff, football, fraudsters, free drinks, freedmen, freedom, freeholders, gambling, game nights, Global Monopoly Capitalism, gun fights, hangouts, happy hours, hipsters, history, honor, hotels, idolatry, imprisonment, innkeepers, inns, Internet, kneipe, landlords, licensing, liquor stores, liquors, lock ins, lodging, loose women, male spaces, markets, mead, meat markets, modernity, money, monopolies, music, newspapers, nightclubs, oblations, opera houses, order out, owner class, PAN, partying, police, pool halls, prepared foods, Priapus, professional sports, Prohibition, pubs, repeal, rip-off joints, roads, Roman civilization, rudeness, salaries, saloons, savage capitalist system, scams, sensuality, Shakespeare, sloppy sex, small business owner class, soccer, social class, social inventions, speakeasies, spirits, supermarkets, tabernae, take outs, taverns, tenants, themed bars, tickets, tills, tipping scams, tips, toilets, trade, travel, travelers, US federal government, violence, visitors, wage slaves, wages, Wild West, wines, Woman's Christian Temperance Movement, Woman's Crusade 1873, women
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Some social inventions have endowed humanity’s diversity for millennium. The public market was one such social invention, but modern capitalism exterminated that one.

The monopolies of print newspapers were definitely not one of them. Idolatry and innuendo of the printed word can only go so far, and thankfully, the Internet is destroying that media. European civilization did gift the world two good things however: the game of football, or soccer as we say in the States, and public drinking establishments.

Yet, I now despise bars. I used to enjoy visiting such alcoholic dens. But even when a few bars have had good tasting food to offer – I cannot do it anymore – nor can I afford it anymore. I have seen the light of Reason. But a more important question begs to order: what happened to public drinking establishments in the States? The American Revolution was partly started in urban taverns, and the Wild West lived inside of western saloons.

We must return to Roman civilization. The first bars were actually Tabernae, or taverns. These little stores and eating-drinking establishments had the complete bottom floor to the roads. The owners were often freedmen who got into the trade in order to supply urban dwellers and other visitors ready-made, cheap foods and cheap drinks.

There was not much mead, nor bier, or beer, in those Roman cities. Instead, the cauponis, or innkeepers, served vino, or wine, out of cool, large wooden casks, called cellae, with the most expensive regional grape representing Falernia. The first bars or taverns were more similar to the small convenience stores with large wine barrels, now called bodegas, currently found all over Spain.

Thanks to this popular Roman experiment in social class climbing and cheap oblations, the invention spread all over European civilization, from the steppes of the Rus, or Russia, to the hills of Hibernia, or Ireland, from the fjords of Norvege, or Norway, to the mountains of Iberia, or Spain. Europeans would never lose their shoddy reputations as the Kings of Binge Drinkers and ad-hoc partying. Roman Carnival just never ended for all of them: Bacchus, (Drink), Pan, (Music), and Priapus, (Sloppy Sex). In our absurd contemporary world, we can now add, football, or Soccer, into the sensual mix.

German culture had the kneipe, while French culture preferred the brasserie. The Spanish set up mesones. For the sake of this essay, I will not list every European name for a bar-drinking establishment, as the reader could surely find a specific name for such places in every European language, from Turkish to Breton, and from Frisian to Basque. The American version takes its lift from British culture.

Britain had its alehouses, which were private drinking establishments with a 24 hour, seven-day a week, lock ins. These places were in pre-Norman invasion Britain. At least one thing survived the Anglo-Norman shock troops.

It was during the late 13th century that the first public houses, or pubs, appeared, often run by tenants paying a fee for serving the brew master’s ales, or through freeholders, who owned the entire operation.

These public drinking establishments became such a rage that England’s greatest authors celebrated the local cultures that swam in such saloons, or particular entertainment rooms, filled with storytelling, songs, music and games. Chaucer’s setting for the Canterbury Tales took place at the roadside Tabard Inn, while the notorious Shakespearean character, Falstaff, was often found half-drunk, or pissed, at the Boar’s Head Inn.

Due to the hazards of road travels in those medieval days, many pubs were similar to travelers inns and taverns, which served special drinks and prepared foods. Some places had shared bed lodging, so the drinkers could snore and sleep off the hard water alcohol. The inns generally served beer and ale, while the taverns also served wines.

When the States was the colonial American Plantations, taverns became the premier social space for American men. In Boston, the historical legend states that the first plotters began their talks for American independence inside the Green Dragon Tavern.

As the United States moved west, the first saloons opened their doors for men, which were essentially taverns that served mainly whiskey, beer, sweet wine and other strange concoctions. These saloons also had gambling, such as tilted machines, dice draws, and card games. Other saloons attached themselves to bordellos of loose women, the so-called ‘opera house’ for cheap entertainment, or the local hotel.

Once the US Federal government ‘closed the western frontier’ and ended any ‘wild west’ freedom, about 100 years ago, the first state licensed bars emerged. The bars took their style from the original pub counters in Britain – without the saloon theatrics. Gun fights in the bars now led to arrests and imprisonment. The origins of bars were more medicinal, since certain sick people could take spirits in order to soothe their pains.

With the Woman’s Crusade of 1873, the Woman’s Christian Temperance Movement and the Anti-Saloon League gaining in political favor, the saloon-bar was a marked entity. The US Federal Government passed the Eighteenth amendment to the Constitution, and the drinking establishments ceased to exist – except for the illegal Speakeasies. This period was Prohibition.

After the repeal of Prohibition in the 1930s, the saloon transformed into a wild west side-show, and the bar took over everything, with taverns only designating food service with booze. Bars were also open to both men and women. The meat market scene began with both young and old men trying to chat with, and hopefully lay, the women visitors.

In towns across America, each bar snatched a particular, cultural personality. There were the dive bars for the drunks and cheap losers, old men bars for the elderly drunks and cheap losers, cowboy bars, local bars, cop bars, gay-lesbian bars, black bars, (for the Blacks), vato bars, (for the Mexicans), driller bars, (for the oil and gas workers), and miner bars. With the success of professional sports in American life, and especially the NFL, during the 1970s, the sports bar emerged with multiple television sets on the walls.

In the Amerikan Empire, we now have themed bars, from Metal to Folk, and from Punk to ‘Decadent,’ or whatever that means. Bars have used every imaginable enticement in order to fleece more money from the customer-marks. They regularly employ happy hours, free crappy food days, lady’s nights, DJ-band cover charges, game nights, trivia nights and holiday bashes with expensive entrance tickets. The old demarcations between bars and private nightclubs have blurred.

The pool hall is falling into the relic of historical memory – while hopefully, the latest incarnation of the Amerikan bar will end up there too. Why would a Doctor Historian Anarchist wish for such a thing?

Walking into an American bar is like invading the private den of an enemy. Our current incarnations of bars have lost their community soul. Even the local bar in the small town is dying. Many of the people visiting such establishments represent the lumpen refuse of the Amerikan political-economic nightmare.

Most of the patrons have serious drinking problems, terrible physical maladies, or mental issues – or all the above together. The conversations are either one person monologues that display horrendous suffering, or they represent aggressive-paranoia, back and forth bantering. I have never been able to have an enlightening talk with another person inside those places. I have been able to converse with others inside weirdo cafes – while loaded with caffeine.

The consummation of heavy doses of alcohol with extreme global monopoly capitalism has murdered the bar vibe. This is the reason we should cut down the bar dependency: global monopoly capitalism.

Bars often have owners who personify the worst elements of the small business owner class. Some years ago, I remember visiting a bar run by so-called Anarcho-Syndicalists in a hipster west coast city, and I later found out that the employees did not even receive wages – only tips! And those guys were supposedly fighting the Class War in the employee’s name? There are hundreds of bars across the States where the owners don’t even pay their employees basic wages.

Due to the nastiness of the owners, the tipping scam is out of control in those rip off joints. At restaurants, Americans generally tip 20% for the final bill of service. But in bars, the bartenders expect at least a dollar tip for every drink served! Most bars now have drinks that at least cost five dollars or more, so a dollar plus per drink means 20% per order. If you decide to act the gentleman and pay for a few rounds, the customer is looking at a good amount of his or her salary falling into bartender tips. If you don’t follow this code, you might have the bartender slip some Visine eye wash into your next order – and straight to the restroom you will run.

Intelligent patrons know that using a bank-debit card in a bar is a dangerous proposition. In American bars, you must only use cash. When the bartender’s friends come in for a visit, which they regularly do, then guess who is paying for the ‘free drinks’?

When the bartenders are not dipping into the owner’s till for their lost wages – then the rest of the drinks are on you. If you forget your card and leave it overnight, then you might as well take a deep monetary hit.

Finally, both bar owners and bartenders are generally rude cretins. I have rarely encountered a gentleman-gentlewoman bartender or bar owner working inside an American drinking hole. I have encountered plenty of obnoxious and rude assholes – and they still expect you to tip them 20%!

How many actual bartenders know how to pour a beer, mix a cocktail or even serve properly a glass of wine? There are very few left. In our savage capitalist system, more and more low skilled, jack of all trades people now work behind the bar counter. They might dress well, have a tight friendship with the owner, and if they are attractive women, create a certain eye candy – but they are not true bartenders.

Our bars have even become part of the grand American Pyramid Scheme. We pay inflated prices on cheap drinks in order to feel happy for a very short period in our transient lives; meanwhile the bar owner and bartender openly detest us. They might say hello and do a little idle chatter with us, but their eyes always betray their hate and murder. We continue to flush our money down their till toilets.

We do have options. We could simply visit the local liquor store, convenience store or supermarket down the street. Buy paying less for more product, we might also have some money left over for food, like a delicious round of pizzas. We can enjoy the booze and food all within the good community of family and friends.

We ought to reject the fears of encountering bar owner-bartender scam artists, and the aggressive lowlifes who regular visit dive bars in order to commit violent acts. We don’t even have to worry about getting DUIs, where the police normally haunt bars in order to destroy people’s lives.

Submitting to a supposedly cool, fraudster-hipster hangout is just not worth the destruction of our honor, nor the loss of our basic human dignity, nor even playing slaughter house chicken with our fragile lives.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Amerikan Empire XV: The Apocalypse of the Great Sociopath

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The hardest lesson for the historian to learn is that crime does pay, evil does triumph.

The Nazi Regime lost its war of conquest in 1945 – but a more monstrous regime immediately took its place: the Amerikan Empire, or the United States of America, with its headquarters in Washington D.C.

This imperial fiend still murders incessantly according to its heinous will. The Amerikan Empire is now murdering hundreds of thousands of Syrians, tens of thousands of Libyans, and thousands of Yemenis, and very soon it will murder millions of Syrians, Libyans and Yemenis, as it has recently assassinated with impunity in Afghanistan and in Iraq.

A completely illegitimate government, representing the State Mafia of Mexico City, has now murdered over 100,000 of their own citizens. This same criminal network receives most of its ‘anti-narco funds’ from the US government of sociopaths. In Colombia, another Narco-Regime has been murdering its own population unremittingly, and the number of victims is reaching the half a million mark. The Amerikan Empire has spent billions supporting and training the Colombian military-paramilitary death squads in the furtive arts of murder.

This North American Empire continues to fund and support a brutal war in the Ukraine in order for the recent coup plotters to exterminate the Russian population in the eastern part of the country. The ultra-nationalists in Kiev want a Russian-free Ukraine. The US government will support them in this cruel attempt, as it has bankrolled the KLA terrorist thugs that now run the Albanian nationalist state in Kosovo, and the Balkan Fascists that rule the Ustachi regime in Croatia. Those crooked authorities  have eliminated their Serb population problems. The Amerikan Empire is responsible for the mass killing of thousands of Europeans, yet none of the American political elites have had to appear before the so-called ‘War Crimes Tribunal.’

Another political-military system of liquidation has completed its evil tasks in Congo, Africa. 10 million victims have perished in this media blacked out genocide. The first mass extermination system began in the 1880s, when King Leopold of Belgium directed the mass liquidation. The second one has appropriated another 10 million fatalities. This second genocide received its orders from the Amerikan Empire of Sociopaths.

Across every continent, in every region of the world, the Amerikan Empire has continued to support the most venal elites, or whatever horribly corrupt government, which would even sell their family members to the lynching tree of empire. This imperial fortress of propaganda and lies has fomented total war, mass extermination campaigns, and the bad death for billions of Earth’s inhabitants.

Inside this monster overlord, institutional violence with the eternal war against the poor increases daily in intensity.  Driving a vehicle on the major interstates has become a form of mental torture. I am not just speaking of the bad drivers.

The prisons are everywhere, and so is prison construction. The fear of getting pulled over by the police forces is real. The police inside of the Empire have full powers and legal freedoms to murder, torture, imprison and rob the basic property of most Americans, often personal cash money or one’s own vehicle. Americans have incredibly difficult legal recourses in fighting such tyranny.

Throughout the United States, in small towns and in small cities, most shops stay closed and shut. The storefronts often display weird crap in the windows. Most of the open store fronts are antique shops that sell the leftover, hoarded junk from American basements and attics.

Available, decent-paying jobs are often in police, security guard, prison work. There also exist work offers in the hospital social service sectors, a few cafe or bar jobs, or if someone has family friends contacts, a cushy government, civil service job where most of the workers produce almost nothing.

The job seeker often has to travel to certain sections of the country for the productive, good paying positions, such as oil and gas work, electrical design, welding, engineering, carpentry construction, and mechanical repairs. Few Americans have the skills and experience for those good paying occupations. Many Americans who have arrest records, not even convictions or prison time, cannot access most employment opportunities.

In medium-sized cities, and which often have a large university and state worker population base, or as we call them in the States, college towns, there are lots of trendy, hipster, cool looking stores with expensive housing, such as ‘artist lofts and studio condos.’ These cities are paradises for the few lucky ones that actually hold good-paying jobs, such as university administrators, tenured professor cowards and high level government workers.

But there are also thousands upon thousands of homeless drifters, tent populations, and the poor that have no work, nor can they get any good work in the future. The local municipal and state governments offer them nothing – except the ugly gaze of the police officer, the local jail, expensive fines, parking enforcers, with the nasty glare of the local citizens who fear ending their lives under such dire conditions. Blood donor banks have lines outside their doors representing the throw away population base. Public libraries, under already scant resources, are now the only public spaces where they can sit and rest without police harassment.

Most of the trendy hipster bars, cafes, movie theaters, restaurants and clubs, charge rip off prices for the basic foodstuffs. Ordering a few rounds of drinks now costs up to 50$, and this includes the taxes and required 20% tips.

Housing costs have quadrupled to the rates of annual inflation. Young people often have to live in ‘communal housing,’ meaning eight people sharing for a four person reserved apartment. If it is a house, a really poor person can find a windowless, dank basement rent space for around 150$. With most of the service industry jobs still paying the bare minimum wage, this sub-standard housing rent has continued to rise.

The political leaders, implying the mayors and city councils, (City Halls), who run these college cities are some of the most hypocritical and vicious criminals in the political field. They regularly use the police against all the ‘dangerous classes,’ especially against African-Americans. Only the gentrification clean ups matter.

These government hacks especially hate armed citizens, yet they have their own police protection and bodyguards. The dishonorable juntas often consider themselves the arbiters of good taste, the arts and culture – as long as the patrons have money to spend in ‘their cities’ of course.

And the many megalopolis locations across the US? They all contain the plagues of American small towns and cities, but their afflictions are a thousand times more serious.

Barbarity and Cruelty flow uninterrupted in those urban infernos. The rule of law means nothing. Only the power of the urban police forces remains supreme. The utterly corrupt politicians and their lackey friends regularly abuse the millions of looted taxation monies.

Landlords transform into bloodsucking, economic vampires and resort to property pimping against their renters. Woe unto the young poor and the poor non-white populations inside of those cauldrons of economic damnation. Their only routes are the military, the prison, drug addiction, suffocating wage-slave labor, or madness. Meanwhile, the imperial masters keep the sinister arts of divide and conquer in place.

No matter what our Leftist enemies, Socialist-Communist whiners, and the other dishonest complainers say, the Amerikan Empire is not in decline. It has yet to perfect its ultimate reign of terror and supremacy of power.  The United States Empire has still not reached the pinnacle of its absolute domination and degeneracy.

We historians also know that all state empires fall, rip apart and come to their ends. This Empire will also fall. We must give it time. And when it does finally fall, it will react with a ferocity of violence that we cannot imagine. This imperial juggernaut will respond through wraths of savagery and unhinged state terrorism.

This particular empire will first implode from within, and the sociopaths that run such a beast, also know this truth. These are the reasons government agencies have stockpiled enormous quantities of military weaponry, and have consolidated unprecedented levels of electronic data collection with rough policing controls. They have also instituted various forms of vigilance in order to cow the domestic population.

A partial list has included interior checkpoints, mass imprisonment, TSA airport harassment and the gradual plots for enabling gun confiscations. Again, this Empire is still in its upper growth stages, and the sociopaths have no scruples in throwing the most horrid of weapons against its home population. Only one empire has used nuclear weapons against civilian populations – and the winner still goes to the United States.

We definitely cannot fight the cabals of evildoers in Washington D.C., nor can we even think of entering their political contests. We don’t have enough money nor any elite connections. This does not mean however that we are helpless victims to their political plotting and violent schemes.

We only have two choices. We could simply forsake our honor and dignity, and willingly submit as slaves.

The other choice is more difficult. This mode of operation rejects any and all collaboration with the current regime, regardless of political party.

We have to first stand guard against any phony moves by the elites to reform such an excrescence when the proles begin to act restless. This Empire can never reform itself no matter what ‘progressive’ or ‘honest’ politician it puts forth, and no matter what the Leftist, activist, progressive mobs proclaim about their new heroes.

The American political elites have their Liberal, no-sell out, reformers ready for public display once the political order breaks down. We Anarchists would never join in the media praise of the fakes, and we will continue to expose all such political candidates as frauds.

We need to sanitize ourselves from their multiple, sophisticated propaganda outlets. The current examples in our contemporary lives include corporate TV media, Hollywood movie previews, Clear Channel-FCC approved-radio commentaries, print newspapers and magazines, street and road billboards, public transit advertising, threatening public messages, and large warning signs.

Anarchists always disregard their staged cultural events. Ignore, ignore – ignore them all. Let their ugly messages invade our minds, and then, just let them leave. This intellectual discipline is very hard to do, but it is not impossible.

The final method is non-participation in the system. No oaths of service, no collaboration, no spying, informing or snitching for our so-called ‘authorities.’ They deserve no respect, nor do they hold any legitimacy to govern us – only punishment for their legal crimes. This punishment will never arrive so long as they maintain their power inside our minds.

Our future has never looked so horrifying. But we had no choice in the time and date of our births. It is never good to look for political struggle. Peace is the better option. But with such a depravity of evil that reigns supreme on this Earth, our honor demands that we stand and fight.

So let us stand strong, bear our burdens with courage, defend human dignity, and always center our minds on the code of honor. The universal code of honor comprises complete honesty, gentleness, friendly and open attitudes, humility, active listening rather than talking, politeness, frugality with possessions, complete generosity to all, and deep sensitivity with compassion to others.

We abstain from taking objects not given to us, aggressive behavior, the abusing of intoxicants, and sleeping around between friends. This code of honor is not easy to practice, but it will shield us from the final apocalypse, the most vile Amerikan Holocaust. Their plans for our extermination are only in the waiting stages.

And never forget: it is often the most reactionary and powerful regimes that experience the first revolutionary cataclysms. No European in the late 1700s could have imagined the Ancient French Empire losing its sacred symbol of absolute monarchy. No European in the early 1900s could have forestalled the Russian Empire rotting away, transformed into the first workers state.

Where honor is most held sacred, and in American culture it is still reigns strong in the South and the Western regions, the first lines of demarcation shall emerge.

 

Anarchist Tendencies, Orders and Cliques

Posted: August 5, 2015 in Adam Smith, agitators, American Libertarian fringe, Amerikan nightmare, Anarchism, Anarchists, Anarcho-capitalists, Anarcho-Communists, Anarcho-Fascists, Anarcho-Nationalists, Anarcho-nihilists, Anarcho-primitivism, Anarcho-surrealists, Anarcho-Syndicalists, Anarchy, anti-Capitalism, anti-events, anti-State, armed struggle, authorities, Autonomy, belief systems, capitalism, capitalist markets, categories, Charles Darwin, Christianity, Christians, civic Anarchists, class, Class War, Communist groups, communities, conflict, consumerism, control, corporate media, culture, designations, dignity, Direct Action, divisions, doctrines, dogmas, elites, energy, Environmentalist movement, ethno-nationalists, existence, Fascism, festivals, fight back, freedom, Global Monopoly Capitalism, Green Anarchy, habits, history, honor, hospital clinics, human civilization, human history, humanity, humans, ideological fronts, ideological groups, ideological history, ideological mess, ideology, Industrial Capitalism, institutions, insurrectionist Anarchists, IWW, Karl Marx, killing, labels, labor, Leftists, liberty, Marxist sect groups, Marxist vanguardists, media, megalopolis, mini states, modern capitalist state, modernity, money, mutual aid, names, naming, nation, Nationalism, Native societies of the Americas, noble fight, organizing, origins, perspectives, police-paramilitary units, political cliques, political cults, political enemies, political fixations, political sects, politics, prison industrial complex, product, punk, punk bands, Punk Rock culture, pyramid schemes, race, racialism, racism, rebellion, religious cults, religious founders, religious leaders, religious orders, religious sects, revolt, revolutionaries, revolutionary idols, sacred autonomy, sect gangs, sectarian mental illness, sectarian splits, slavery, social classes, social control, Socialist groups, society, socio-economic elites, state criminals, state mandated schools, struggle, subcultures, Survival of the Fittest, technology, tendencies, terms, the State, the wealthy, theological obsessions, Thomas More, titles, union struggles, United States, Utopia, wage slavery, Wealth of Nations, Wobs, work, working class, working class culture
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The names and forms of ideological groups often speak volumes about both their directions – and their mental chains.

Christians have often named their sects after their founders, such as Lutherans, Calvinists, Mormons, Wesleyans, Nestorians, Arians, Franciscans, Swedenborgians, Augustinians, Dominicans, or they have dubbed themselves according to their theological obsessions, such as Old Believers, Orthodox, Christian Science, Catholics, Adventists, Christadelphians, Baptists, Methodists, Jesuits, Carmelites.

Some Christians have identified their groupings according to race, and mostly due to Christianity’s part invention and support of racialism. Two examples represent the African Episcopal Methodists and the Chinese Baptists. Other Christian groups have used similar ethno-nationalist terms, such as the Greek Orthodox, Russian Orthodox, Armenian, Byzantine, Assyrian, Anglican, German Brethren, French Reformed, Dutch Reformed, Latin Catholic Rite, Eastern Catholic Rite.

Like the myriad of Christian cults in our modern world, Marxist sect groups have also named themselves after their revolutionary idols, such as Marxist-Leninists, Maoists, Stalinists, Guevarists, Trotskyists, or they have used titles proportional to their political fixations, such as Social Democrats, National Socialists, Socialist Worker, Socialist Action, Christian Liberationists, United Left, Popular Fronts, Left Front, Left Coalitions, Socialist Labor, Revolutionary Communists, Revolutionary Socialists. Like the Christians, Leftists also enjoy designating themselves according to their ethno-nationalist origins, such as Russian Communists, British Laborites, Spanish Socialists, French Communists, Indian Marxists.

Unfortunately, we Anarchists also have our ideological fronts, divisions, tendencies, sectarian splits and particular cliques. Unlike the Christians and Marxists, we do not label ourselves according to our religious-sect founders, nor do we name ourselves in relation to ethno-nationalist groups. We have no Bakuninists, nor Kropotkinists, nor Anarchists of America, nor any United Spanish Anarchists. However, we do label ourselves in proportion to our peculiar inclinations.

The biggest division within Anarchism is between the Insurrectionists and Civic Anarchists. The Insurrectionists use incendiary sabotage, hacktivism, retaliatory violence and property destruction against targeted elites, or the propaganda of the deed. The Civic Anarchists, use direct picketing, immediate shut downs, business boycotts, abandoned building or land squatting, direct media publishing, new age traveling, spontaneous street parties, natural medicine distributions, petty shoplifting, dumpster diving, free learning classes and totally free markets in order maintain some cultural autonomy.

Yet there are many Anarchists that use both tactics, and in fact, true Anarchist revolutionaries, use both methods. Both tendencies unite under the double activities of Anarchy: Direct Action and Mutual Aid.

Direct Action is the offense. It implies the Anarchist Act over Anarchist Words. As we say in America: walk the walk, over talking the talk. Mutual Aid is the defense, and it implies that if you reject the State, then help out others, and share with your fellow Anarchists through every facet of life: food, clothes, shelter, medical care, self-defense and cultural, non-institutional, education activities.

Within contemporary Anarchy, there is, unfortunately, a lot more words than Direct Action, and there is very little Mutual Aid that remains in Anarchist subcultures. With all of the Anarchist tendencies, and even the contradictory ones, they all unite under the hatred of the State – even if they create mini-States within their very own organizations.

Anarchy has unfortunately fallen into similar pits of ideological mess and hodgepodge as the Christian cult institutions and the Marxist-Leftist sect gangs. This is because of our ideological history, when Anarchy had first called itself Anarchism, or Anarcho-Syndicalism.

This ideological situation also has relations to the beginning of the armed struggle, fighting on both fronts: anti-Statism and anti-Capitalism. Around 130 years ago, and also due to possessing common enemies, Anarchists consorted among the other Leftist tendencies, such as the Socialists and the Communists.

What saved Anarchy from Marxist vanguardist and Christian sectarian mental illness was the Punk movement beginning in the 1970s. Punk rock culture returned Rock music to its roots through playing the original rock music, of Black-Working Class rebellion, and with this authentic return, Punk acted in full revolt against the wage slave-work-consumerist culture of Capitalist society. A few bands, such as the Clash, publicly exposed the State criminals and murderers. But like all cultural expressions of ‘rebellion,’ Capitalist culture fought back and eventually co-opted a good deal of the music and fashion sense.

There are still Anarcho-Syndicalists, or Anarcho working class agitators. They often fight through union organizing struggles, the most notable being the IWW, One Big Union, or the Wobblies. Once and a while they do have organizing successes against the bosses because they don’t have the six-figure salary, typical union boss overhead, i.e., the AFL-CIO union hacks, nor do they sell-out the workers during the contract negotiations. The Anarcho-Syndicalists know full well how the Capitalist system functions. Still, the IWW ‘Wobs’ often meet more defeats than victories, and Global Monopoly Capitalism is a lot more powerful than Industrial Capitalism was about a hundred years ago. The rotten capitalist system continues as strong as ever.

Another ideological tendency in contemporary Anarchism is Anarcho-Primitivism, or Green Anarchy. This view represents Anarchy united with a certain element of the Environmentalist movement. This orientation finds that our technology has become a literal social and cultural monolith, and that it has sucked out the joy and magic from our already dismal existence. Technological institutions have replaced Capitalist institutions as the destroyers of the living. Those Anarchists have been right about our dire situation – but it is too late now. Most of humanity has allowed both the laziness and slavery of technology to infiltrate their lives. This woeful actuality includes Anarchist subcultures.

Other contradictory ideologies have latched on to the Anarchy brand. In the United States, there is a large Anarcho-Capitalist perspective. They tend to write blogs, make videos, and have informal gatherings. Some of them are just as hard-core as the other previously mentioned Anarchist groups. This sect believes that there is a true possibility for a totally free capitalist market between willing individuals, and that technology will open and facilitate this freedom.

They use parts of Ayn Rand’s philosophy and take it to the American Libertarian fringe. The issue with this group is that many of them did not continue their readings with Adam Smith. In his Wealth of Nations, (published at the time of the American Revolution), Smith wrote that modern Capitalism absolutely needs the help of the State.

All socio-economic activities require some type of arbitration, or the markets will cease existing as actual markets – and will thus become nasty examples of Darwin’s Survival of the Fittest. Why pay for a product, if you can shoot the seller in the head, keep your money and the prize? And there’s the other way around, why give away your product, if you can just take the seller’s money and shoot the buyer in the head afterwards?

There are also Anarcho-Nationalists, or Anarcho-Fascists. These sects embrace the idea of race, nation and people over other inferior groups or enemies, yet they don’t want a State. How could they even conceive of such a society? How would they even defend themselves from their enemies, which have to fight them eventually since their ideology is so extreme, without even resorting to a state? The only way to mobilize any modern military organization is the institution of the modern state.

And yes, there still exist the Anarcho-Communists. They want a Communist society without a Communist state. They see hope for a utopia vision of a Communist society inside the writings of Karl Marx – or possibly Thomas More’s Utopia, or perchance, the pre-European invaded, Native societies of the Americas? This political cult forgets that humans cannot retrace their steps back into the dark realms of human history. We are very different from those earlier societies. The modern capitalist state destroyed those societies for a reason. We simply can never return to the past.

There are also the sub-sects of Anarcho-Nihilists, who reject all politics, and Anarcho-Surrealists who prefer to fight the system through anti-corporate media activities, even creating ‘anti-events,’ where they counter co-opted festivals and exhibitions.

Anarchy returns to its full circle around the A.

Our only noble fight left remains Autonomy. We cannot destroy any modern class society because there will always exist certain humans that crave power, control and authority, and even inside Anarchist circles; nor can we return to a historical period with less technology and smaller communities. Our minds have permanently mutated through the repetitive use of technology, and through learning brutal habits, while surviving inside the urban monster, called the megalopolis.

Autonomy means that we use all of our personal energies and efforts to maintain both our dignity and honor. We should try to avoid laboring and destroying ourselves inside any demeaning wage slave work. We ought to live our lives the way we see fit. We can refrain from consumerist buying, striving for the Amerikan nightmare, taking out loans, investing in pyramid schemes, borrowing, lending and gambling.

We could remain physically free to live outside of the cages and shackles of the prison industrial complex and the State supported institutional system, which includes hospital clinics, state mandated