Tuesday, September 30, 2008

Legalization Of Drugs: The Myths And The Facts

This bears repeating for those who would willingly pump more poison inside the bloodstream of America. Sure, let's willingly increase the power of the wardens of the soft gulag. Sounds like a capital idea!

Legalization Of Drugs: The Myths And The Facts
Robert L. Maginnis, Familly Research Council


Tuesday, September 23, 2008


This is not a novel question. Thinkers such as Tom Sunic, David Duke and others have postulated that Communism failed in the east because it had already been established here in the United States.

With the largest expropriation of wealth in the history of America currently being figured at whopper-jawing numbers from $700-$800 billion, one can stop talking about free market capitalism being the norm in America. A command and control economy is firmly in place.

What about the gulag? The black cars the NKVD used to perform "extraordinary renditions" (aka, kidnapping) in the black of night, or broad daylight for that matter. What has been called a "soft gulag" is much more cost-effective to Communists. The "soft gulag" is comprised of all the weapons the government uses to destroy the spirit of people it must subjugate--drugs, TV, Hollywood hogwash, pop music, etc. A steady diet of such poison provides its own prison. Brick and mortar gulags are no longer necessary. Only the really troublesome people are imprisoned.

Even thought itself has been streamlined and categorized into correct and incorrect, with the example of the terms "politically correct" and "politically incorrect." The dissidents of today are marginalized to such a brutal extent that "polite society" cannot afford to associate with such thinkers. This blackballing has a chilling effect psychologically and economically. There are a few exceptions, like Pat Buchanan, but in general this is another aspect of the "soft gulag." What has been called "soft power," as opposed to "hard power," is the spirit-destroying bile America has disseminated to western and eastern Europe.

If you look hard, a lot of Communist programs were given euphemisms and implemented here. For example, race quotas by way of "affirmative action." The list goes on. "Democrats of the world unite!" sounds eerily similar to Marx and Engels! The whole spread democracy thing is no different than the spread communism thing. You dig?

The key difference between Russian Communism and the American version, is that the former was not subtle. The American version is very subtle and not a comic brute like the USSR. So a lot of this flies over people's heads.

Essentially, in a Russian gulag you knew EXACTLY where you were: in the "soft gulag" you could live your whole life without knowing where you were.

Tuesday, September 9, 2008


Wednesday, September 3, 2008


Here is how the story goes. France was saved by America. In fact, if it weren't for America, the French would be speaking German right now. In true obligationist fashion, France now owes its very existence to America, and should lick America's boot for all eternity. France should even become involved in wars that do not serve her interests, and if France does not comply, American politicians will change the name of french fries to "Freedom fries."

The best answer to this nonsense is the scene in KILLING ZOE where the French bank robbers waste an American asshole who espouses this very view in an attempt to justify his release.

The sad truth is that the devastation experienced by France during the First World War was so horrible that "equivalent losses in America today would be eight million dead, sixteen million wounded, and all the land east of the Ohio and north of the Potomac unrecognizable" (Buchanan xi). In other words, France, a country roughly the size of Texas, lost 1.3 million of her sons in a period where birthrates were already dangerously low.

As Spengler (not Oswald) notes, "Between 1870, when Germany humiliated Napoleon III in the Franco-Prussian War, and 1914, the population of the German Empire nearly doubled, while the French population was almost unchanged" (http://www.atimes.com/atimes/Middle_East/IK13Ak01.html).

Before the outbreak of the war in 1914, Germany had double the manpower of France, and it was openly acknowledged that France's population was dying.

So, essentially, there wasn't a "France" to save after the First World War. American intervention during the Second World War was kind of like denying a dying cancer patient her lethal shot of German morphine, which was France's only chance at a happy death. You can see this embodied in the anarchic, frenzied activities of French students in riots that have become formulaic, which are merely the cancer patient rolling around in bed, agitated over not being allowed to die in one last glorious battle. Being cheated of a happy death is rotten. It is even more rotten to haunt that country's hospital bed, taunting the patient about "Remember how America saved you? Be sure not to forget."

And France cannot, and will not, ever forgive America for not letting her go quietly into the night with a little dignity. Really, the Germans treated the French better than the Americans ever have. Germany essentially admired the French and wanted to build a Berlin that would rival Paris. Washington cannot even comprehend the history of Paris nor the Culture, and merely view France as one more notch in a series of entangling obligations.

So excuse the hell out of France for not being chipper and mindlessly pro-American. Such circumstances can make a country bitter and unkind to the charitable saver of its collective ass.