Donald Trump vs JFK

By now I am sure you have heard Trump in his Florida rally complaining about the press for doing exactly what an alert and dutiful press is supposed to do: pointing out his lies whenever he tells them (ie. every day). He has also complained extensively about this on Twitter and on other occasions, including his megalomaniac “All negative polls are fake news” quote.

For contrast, I want to put Trump’s attitude toward the press side by side with the attitude of a real American President towards the press, a President who in one of his most famous speeches – his Address to the ANPA - warned America precisely about the danger of those who behave like Trump and his team and the very necessity of the press to be especially vigilant in face of such forces:

“We decided long ago that the dangers of excessive and unwarranted concealment of pertinent facts far outweighed the dangers which are cited to justify it.

… And there is very grave danger that an announced need for increased security will be seized upon by those anxious to expand its meaning to the very limits of official censorship and concealment.

If you are awaiting a finding of “clear and present danger,” then I can only say that the danger has never been more clear

and its presence has never been more imminent.

… Its preparations are concealed, not published.

Its mistakes are buried, not headlined.

Its dissenters are silenced, not praised.

No expenditure is questioned,

no rumor is printed,

no secret is revealed.

No President should fear public scrutiny of his program. For from that scrutiny comes understanding; and from that understanding comes support or opposition. And both are necessary.

(“I also want to speak to you without the filter of the fake news.” – Donald Trump)

 This Administration intends to be candid about its errors; for as a wise man once said: “An error does not become a mistake until you refuse to correct it.”

(“The White House is running smoothly. So smoothly.” – Donald Trump)

We intend to accept full responsibility for our errors; and we expect you to point them out when we miss them.

(“They have been calling us wrong now for two years. They don’t get it.” – Donald Trump)

Without debate, without criticism, no Administration and no country can succeed … that is why our press was protected by the First Amendment– … not to simply give the public what it wants

(“They have their own agenda and their agenda is not your agenda.” – Donald Trump)

–but to inform, to arouse, to reflect, to state our dangers and our opportunities, to indicate our crises and our choices, to lead, mold, educate and sometimes even anger public opinion.” – John F. Kennedy

(“We are not going to let the fake news tell us what to do, how to live or what to believe.” – Donald Trump)

So there you have it. And now let me conclude with a brief but important excerpt from one journalist:

“He has a lot of supporters who don’t think before they act, and they have a lot of guns.”

If you are a lefitst, please arm yourself and tell all other leftists you know to arm themselves ASAP. Really.

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We now have a hashtag. You have to admit it is a catchy slogan.

It goes without saying that a hashtag on its own does not protect people from being raided. Even printing it out on a T-shirt or a sign and then wearing the T-shirt or bringing the sign to a protest, recording a video of yourself protesting and then posting the video on Facebook and then getting lots of thumbs up for it, does not protect people from being raided. The only thing that will protect people from being raided is to actually follow the advice of the hashtag.

When the Fourth Amendment is being ignored by government (as is currently the case, since a valid warrant must specify a particular individual to be arrested in relation to a particular incident of crime, so when ICE raids private property and treats any and all people of ”non-white” appearance found inside as guilty until proven innocent, they are acting without valid warrant):

the Second Amendment comes into play:

Otherwise, more of this will happen:

Daniel Ramirez Medina, a 23-year-old with no criminal record who was brought to the US from Mexico when he was seven years old, was taken into custody last Friday in Seattle.

“this is the blueprint for mass deportation. Their enforcement priorities are so broad they include everybody.”

Coupled with the recent Ice raids, “It adds up to a new policy that we’re going to remove anybody we can get our hands on,” said Leopold, former president of the American Immigration Lawyers Association.

Ice agents asked Ramirez: “Are you legally here?” and when he explained that he had a work permit, officers took him in, according to his lawsuit. At a processing center, when Ramirez again told agents about his Daca status, an officer allegedly replied: “It doesn’t matter, because you weren’t born in this country.”

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The duty to resist arrest

When so-called Federal ”law enforcement” is arresting people in raids while refusing to tell the public who is being arrested, and on what charges, that is a sure sign that you are living under tyranny. Civilians under tyranny have a duty to resist arrest using as much retaliatory violence as is required, and all levels of local government under tyranny have a duty to actively endorse and empower local civilians in resisting arrest.

Flanked by members of the California delegation, Rep. Nanette Barragan says she still can’t get a straight answer from Immigration and Customs Enforcement on immigration raids last week.

Several Democratic members of California’s congressional delegation said Tuesday they still don’t have details about who in their districts was arrested in last week’s immigration raids, and why they were targeted.

Members of the Congressional Hispanic Caucus were scheduled to meet Tuesday afternoon with Immigration and Customs Enforcement officials to discuss the raids, but the meeting was abruptly canceled.

JJ was talking about lynching in his recent comment. He is absolutely correct, and what is going on now is basically lynching, even if it is not (yet) deadly. We are looking at unilateral actions by Federal government against civilians while deliberately withholding information about such actions from local government whose job it is to protect its local population, so that local government is rendered incapable of subjecting the Feds’ actions to critical scrutiny. In short, it is simultaneous rejection of both due process for arrested individuals and transparency within government. When people cannot expect either due process or transparency following arrest, they have no obligation to peacebly submit to arrest in the first place, for it is no longer arrest in the honourable sense based on presumption of innocence, but lynching (that is to say, based on presumption of guilt) masquerading as “arrest”. Those who submit to this only embolden the Feds to ”arrest” others in the same way, and thus place every other potential victim in greater danger, equivalent to private surrender on the battlefield.

When a reporter asked about an ICE official who said the meeting was canceled because it had grown so large it had to be bipartisan, Rep. Grace F. Napolitano (D-Norwalk) loudly exclaimed, “Bullshit!”

“Bullshit” is an accurate description, so why do you take their bullshit?

Lujan Grisham said the number of attendees did increase, but nothing requires a heavily attended meeting with a government agency to be bipartisan. A spokesman for ICE did not return a phone call Tuesday.

Don’t the local government people get it yet? They are not interested in talking to you, or keeping you informed! And do you know why not? Because they know that they can keep ”arresting” people while you wait for them to return your call! Because you are not physically stopping them from ”arresting” people while you wait for them to return your call! If you want them to return your call, order local police to shoot them when they try to “arrest” the next person or even when they just show up on your territory of jurisdiction, and then they might return your call! They have no reason to negotiate with you until you become a sufficient threat to their physical safety that they fear a worse outcome by not negotiating with you. This is reality; everything else is delusion.

Rep. Judy Chu (D-Monterey Park) said she isn’t getting consistent answers from ICE officials in Los Angeles about who was swept up in the raids and why they were targeted, a frustration echoed by Rep. Nanette Barragán (D-San Pedro) and other members.

“My constituents are freaked out,” Chu said. “We have serious questions, we want to know what is going on, and we want answers.”

They do not care what you want. They are part of the Trump administration, so they only care about what Trump voters want. Welcome to democracy, the worst form of tyranny ever to exist! Of course your constituents are freaked out! Either get your local police directly protecting them from the Rehabs using police firearms, or else give them an explicit green light to protect themselves with their own firearms! Better yet, both! These are the only practical options; everything else is wishful thinking.

Barragán said ICE officials told her there were no instructions provided by the Department of Homeland Security about how to enforce the executive order President Trump signed that allowed almost any immigrant living in the U.S. illegally to be targeted for deportation. Other members said they were told ICE did get instructions.

This is called a confusion tactic. When the Rehabs are responding to your questions with confusion tactics, they are not trying to have any kind of sincere dialogue with you, but merely trying to stall you while they take advantage of your passivity to lynch-deport even more people. The correct response is to use your firearms.

Rep. Zoe Lofgren (D-San Jose), a former immigration attorney, said members want to see what ICE told field offices about whom to arrest and how that differs from immigration policies under President Obama.

“There is tremendous concern across the country about what is going to happen next,” she said. “This is a nation of laws, and we think the public should know what’s in that memo.”

No, this is not a nation of laws! This is a nation of the Trump administration! Did you miss the part when Trump fired Sally Yates for pointing out that (as shortly later confirmed by the courts) Trump was breaking the law with his travel ban, in other words for doing her job exactly as she in a nation of laws was supposed to do it?

Yates’ exemplary professionalism is further coming to light as it is now discovered that she warned the White House early about Michael Flynn (but was ignored, of course):

So if you think the public should know what’s in that memo but Trump doesn’t, the public doesn’t get to know what’s in that memo! I repeat, they do not care what you think, and the sooner you stop pretending that they do, the sooner you can start truly effectively serving your local community through endorsing the use of firearms.

Napolitano said ICE officials still won’t tell her how many people were arrested in her district, or what crimes they committed. Local mayors and police departments told her ICE wasn’t giving them details about the operation either, she said.

What else did you expect from them FFS?! What reason have the Rehabs to tell you anything when they can carry out their plan perfectly well – probably better – without telling you anything? Tell the local police to make it unsafe for Rehabs to so much as walk the streets, and then the Rehabs might tell you something.

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It has begun, and the good guys still aren’t armed yet…..

This is what they are doing:

President Donald Trump’s deportation force promise may be coming true.

Over the last five days, Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agents conducted what they call an “enforcement surge” in the Los Angeles area, arresting more than 160 undocumented immigrants. Immigrants’ rights groups and lawyers told The Daily Beast that ICE also increased its enforcement activities—including, in some cases, in apartment buildings—in a number of cities around the country, including Atlanta, Phoenix, Charlotte, and Austin.

“The muscle to do this kind of stuff is here—it’s just that the leash has been taken off,” said Sarah Owings, an immigration attorney in Atlanta. “They’re out and they’re hunting.”

And how is our side reacting? (*cringe alert*)

The protesters — chanting “Justice!” and “Power to the people, no one is illegal!” — were arrested shortly after 9 p.m. after they blocked the gates surrounding ICE’s offices in an attempt to prevent vans and a bus from exiting, according to The Associated Press.

The time for chanting is over. Rehabs deporting people is initiated violence, and you do not stop violence using chanting. (If that actually worked, every country in the world would send soldiers into battle armed with karaoke machines instead of assault rifles, and earplugs instead of body armour. They don’t. Why not?)

Chanting is merely an expression of your feelings. If chanting is what you want to do, do it at friendly rallies among the like-minded or at least the open-minded:

not in front of hostile Rehabs who do not care one fucking iota about your feelings. If they cared, surely they would start by caring about the feelings of their victims themselves, and hence refuse to deport them in the first place! Since they don’t even care about the feelings of their victims, you think they would care about the feelings of random protesters like you?

The Rehabs at most care only about their own safety. When it is made sufficiently unsafe to their own lives for them to deport people, they will stop deporting people. It is that simple. The Second Amendment was written to give conscientious armed civilians an easy way to make tyrannical Feds unsafe. And this means not just keeping firearms inside your home, but actually using them for what they were designed to be used for (by which I obviously don’t mean hunting animals…..). More from the first article:

she said she knows of two apartment complexes with high concentrations of Latino residents where ICE officers went door-to-door looking for specific individuals. When people opened their doors, Owings said, the ICE officers would ask everyone present to show proof that they were in the United States legally.

“They’re picking up and rounding up anyone they can get,” she said.

If Rehabs turn up where you live, not only should you never open your door for them at all, but you should open fire with your rifle long before they even reach either your door or any of your neighbours’ doors. This is how Palestinians react to the IDF, and for good reason. If enough apartment complexes were willing to do this in retaliation to being raided, Trump will run out of willing Rehabs long before American civilians run out of ammunition.

And Bob Libal, the executive director of Grassroots Leadership—a group based in Austin that opposes immigrant detention and deportation—said he suspected the agency may have targeted Austin because of frustration over the county sheriff’s recently announced refusal to comply with ICE’s detainer requests.

Good on the sheriff. But is this sheriff willing to open fire on the Rehabs, and to actively call on his entire local community to do the same? If not, then I am sorry to tell him in advance that, despite his good intentions, he will not be successful in protecting those whom he wishes to protect. Only retaliatory violence can protect people against initiated violence.

You let them get away with deporting people a vanload at a time without consequence and eventually they will deport tens of millions. You let them test, prove effective, practice and - most importantly - psychopolitically normalize their physical techniques of forcibly rounding up and deporting refugees/undocumented:

this particular surge worries activists because it’s happening in so many cities around the country at the same time and in the wake of Trump’s executive order. Some Hill Democrats worry this could be the new normal, he added.

and eventually they will apply the exact same techniques to green card holders, naturalized citizens and, yes, ultimately even citizens born in the US so long as they are of the “wrong” ethnicity, “wrong” religion or “wrong” politics. That has always been the far-right plan. You think I’m exaggerating? Here is Steve Bannon on the subject:

“what is it, 61 million? Isn’t the beating heart of this problem, the real beating heart of it, of what we gotta get sorted here, not illegal immigration?” Bannon asked Miller. “As horrific as that is, and it’s horrific, don’t we have a problem? We’ve looked the other way on this legal immigration that’s kinda overwhelmed the country? When you look and there’s got 61 million, 20 percent of the country, is immigrants — is that not a massive problem?”

Go on the Alt-Right blogs and they go way further than Bannon, regularly talking about not only getting rid of the Fourteenth Amendment but revoking citizenships granted by it in the past (unless of course these citizenships were granted to “whites”). This is something people have to understand about the far-right: yielding to them on an apparently standalone issue (in this case, so-called ”illegal” immigration) will not satisfy them, but will only prompt them to move onto their next demand, and then the next one after that, all the way until the ending of the Turner Diaries becomes reality. The only way to stop them is to stop yielding to them.

Anyone with common sense knows what this is really about:

“This has nothing to do with public safety and everything to do with kicking people of color out of our country,” Ybarra Maldonado said, calling the order “a complete sham.”

she was permitted to stay under the condition that she check in at the local ICE field office periodically, at first once a year and later every six months.

When it came time for her latest appointment this Tuesday, Ybarra Maldonado said, “No facts in her case [were] any different than the last time she checked in. The only difference is the executive order and the new president.”

We supported Baja Arizona’s peaceful attempt at secession from the rest of Arizona all the way back in 2011:

Still don’t believe we are damned good at predicting the future?

long before there was Trump, García said, “the suffering of this family began with Sheriff Arpaio and his worksite raids.”

Unfortunately this peaceful secession attempt failed, and now people remain vulnerable:

As for other clients who may have their own ICE dates looming, Ybarra Maldonado said, “my advice to them is going to be, ‘Let’s look for a sanctuary — a church that might want to take you in,’” instead.

“It’s no fun walking someone to the slaughter,” he said.

OK, but these sanctuaries need to be defended with firearms in order to be effective. You would think people have to understand this by now. “Sanctuaries” aren’t real sanctuaries so long as the Rehabs are still able to drag people from them without being shot in response. Compare with the no-go zones they have in France – those are closer to being real sanctuaries (though still underprepared, in my opinion):

Indeed, the best form of defence is offence. The locals know where the ICE office is. Why didn’t they bring along their rifles when they went to “protest” there? All Americans by now know what Trump’s head looks like, and what Bannon’s head looks like, and what Sessions’ head look like, and so on. Will they understand before it is too late what the Second Amendment intended for armed American civilians to put through heads like these?

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Another step nearer to needing those firearms

If you are not helping to spread our top-priority message that every leftist in the US needs to own and train with firearms, you are not doing your due diligence.–politics.html

The Senate on Wednesday confirmed Sen. Jeff Sessions to be attorney general in the Trump administration despite fierce Democratic opposition to the Alabama Republican over his record on civil rights and immigration.

The 52-47 nearly party-line vote capped weeks of divisive battles over Sessions, an early supporter of President Donald Trump and one of the Senate’s most conservative lawmakers.

If you are unfamiliar with Sessions, please listen to this speech by Elizabeth Warren:

This speech was so powerful that the Senate decided to first interrupt her to tell her what she was not allowed to say, and then shortly after that to outright bar Warren from completing her speech, an event that is being considered a defining moment of the Trump tyranny:

There also appears to be an emerging consensus among leftists that Warren (who a few years earlier was credited as the intellectual driving force behind OWS) should be viewed as the unofficial leader of the anti-Trump movement:

with many even calling for her to run for president herself in 2020. (Rightists, meanwhile, seem to think it was not enough that Warren was barred from speaking, and in their comments call for her to be locked up(!) just for exposing Sessions. So now you see why I keep talking about the need for firearms!) Here is another of her recent speeches opposing Trump’s travel ban:

While she retains in her rhetoric the praise of democracy and “rights” that obviously makes her sound shallow to our National Socialist ears, as a prominent mainstream politician consistently opposing Trump she may be the best we have for now. PACPO should send an entryist into her camp and convince her to change her current position (two-state solution) on Israel. This should not be too difficult considering the ground we have already gained on the issue, which means she is merely being asked to more closely align with her own supporter base:

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Why even wait four years?

Please share as widely as possible:

From our anti-democratic perspective, defeating Trump in the 2020 election would merely reflect his lack of popularity, whereas impeaching him before the next election would be more satisfying as the victory of a process that at least has nothing to do with popularity or unpopularity.

A military or even armed civilian coup would be fine too, of course. Make sure you own firearms - plenty of Trump supporters own firearms; do you really think it is a good idea to our side to have less firepower than their side has?

Every day Trump is in office, heaven knows how many more people become victims of his policies. Getting rid of him ASAP is not just impatience on my part, but far more importantly about minimizing the real damage.

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ZC freefall 2017

Alexander Bissonnette, a student at the city’s Laval University … his likes on Facebook included President Donald Trump, French politician Marine Le Pen and the Israel Defense Forces.

Pandorastop, as leader of Lion’s Shield, please provide your input. This is the kind of attack that we feared would come sooner or later, and that Lion’s Shield was formed to protect against. Now that Canadians see that our predictions were well-founded, it would seem like a good time for you to try to recruit more widely and expand your organization as much as possible.

So, will Trump now ban everyone with a Canadian passport from entering the US in order to keep the American people safe from Canadian terrorists? If not, why not? We all know why not.

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The battle for Atlantis

After re-reading the last part of my own earlier comment:

by resist, I do not just mean by citing local laws against federal interference, but also – if all else fails – by using firearms. Everyone who is serious about defending a sanctuary city must start by owning and being competent in operating firearms. Don’t come complaining to us when legislative countermeasures are not enough; we have already stated what needs to be done. Federal laws on their own do not magically deport people; all it takes is for people to choose to stay put. To drag someone from their home is a physical action; the last line of defence against it is also necessarily physical. If Rehabs must risk their lives each time they enter their intended victims’ home to drag them from it, will they really be willing to do it millions of times over?

I thought it might be worth elaborating on sanctuary cities, a major target of the Trump administration. Here is a map of sanctuary locations across the US:

Bonus music:

Here is a good research report on the subject, which might be helpful for debunking rightist lies:

Crime is statistically significantly lower in sanctuary counties compared to nonsanctuary counties. Moreover, economies are stronger in sanctuary counties—from higher median household income, less poverty, and less reliance on public assistance to higher labor force participation, higher employment-to-population ratios, and lower unemployment.

Among the main findings:

  • There are, on average, 35.5 fewer crimes committed per 10,000 people in sanctuary counties compared to nonsanctuary counties.
  • Median household annual income is, on average, $4,353 higher in sanctuary counties compared to nonsanctuary counties.
  • The poverty rate is 2.3 percent lower, on average, in sanctuary counties compared to nonsanctuary counties.
  • Unemployment is, on average, 1.1 percent lower in sanctuary counties compared to nonsanctuary counties.
  • While the results hold true across sanctuary jurisdictions, the sanctuary counties with the smallest populations see the most pronounced effects.

Altogether, the data suggest that when local law enforcement focuses on keeping communities safe, rather than becoming entangled in federal immigration enforcement efforts, communities are safer and community members stay more engaged in the local economy. This in turn brings benefits to individual households, communities, counties, and the economy as a whole.

What this should imply is that sanctuary counties on average pay more in taxes than non-sanctuary counties. Therefore, if Trump is going to attack sanctuary policy by cutting federal funding, those affected could respond by ceasing to pay federal taxes, and conceivably end up financially better off than before. Why should sanctuary taxpayers continue to pay federal taxes anyway, when they will no longer allocated federal funds in return (and instead their tax money will apparently be spent on building Trump’s wall)?

In fact, Americans in general who did not vote for Trump (who campaigned on the promise of building a wall) would be entirely justified if they refused to pay federal taxes for the wall. The only people who have any reason to be paying for the wall are the Trump voters, since they are the ones who want it built.

If this message of refusing (with local government endorsement) to pay federal taxes can spread, it will provide positive incentive for more locations throughout the US to declare themselves sanctuaries also, thus bringing about the exact opposite of the disincentive that federal defunding was intended to be. Indeed, the money saved from federal taxes could be paid into a pan-sanctuary foundation instead! This would enable sanctuaries in need of extra money to be aided by sanctuaries with money to spare, strengthening the entire pan-sanctuary economy. We should even explore the possibility of establishing a pan-sanctuary currency as an alternative to US dollars!

In response to Lucius’ concern about Trump’s travel ban, I propose the incredibly simple solution of sanctuary airports! If individual airports simply choose to let through customs those people with passports from Iran, Iraq, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen irrespective of whether or not Trump thinks they should be allowed in, is Trump going to drop bombs on these airports? PACPO needs to start contacting every international airport in the US, especially those located in sanctuary cities, petitioning them to take this heroic step, which in fact is nothing more than to just keep doing what they were already doing before Trump’s executive order was issued). Sanctuary airports should be presented as the 21st century version of the 19th century Underground Railroad:

(In the meantime, another way people from Trump’s banned countries can get into the US is simply to fly to Canada and then walk across the US-Canada border. Let’s see Trump try to build a wall along the length of the US’s northern border too!)

It doesn’t stop here. PACPO should be thinking about what other sanctuary institutions are needed, and proposing all of them in detail to the people on the ground who can choose to implement these ideas. And, I repeat one more time, every sanctuary must be defended from the Rehabs with firearms. Not protest signs, not chants, not sit-ins, but FIREARMS (ideally sniper rifles and DMRs, though any rifles will do). When I spoke of ressurecting Atlantis, I was being totally serious, and this is how you do it.

Bonus video:

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Finally Italy sets an example!

From June 2015:

If refugees need asylum, give it to them, but then simply make sure they pull their own weight by assigning all of them who are unable to find private-sector employment a sufficient schedule of compulsory state-organized labour to more than offset their living expenses. This not only makes it fair for taxpayers, but gives the refugees themselves respectability as contributing members of society (and hence worthy of citizenship eventually), and makes negativity towards them indefensible.

I had expected Italy to be the country to show the way to the rest of the EU for folkish treatment of refugees ever since seeing the positivity of Riace years ago, and now indeed we begin to see policy proposals on a national scale in the direction that we have been recommending ever since the refugee crisis began:

Italy is hosting around 175,000 migrants and refugees, who languish in reception centres for months or even years while their asylum requests are dealt with by an overwhelmed bureaucracy.

They often end up being exploited – in Sicily, young West African men are paid a pittance to pick fruit and vegetables, while young women are forced to prostitute themselves by the roadside to pay off debts incurred from their journeys through the Sahara and across the Mediterranean.

Marco Minniti, the interior minister, will present a plan in parliament on Wednesday by which migrants and refugees will be required to perform “socially useful” work while their claims are assessed, possibly as a condition to receive a weekly living allowance.

Some refugees already perform community service, such as sweeping the streets and maintaining parks and gardens, but until now the work has been on a purely volunteer basis.

“In our town they have been cleaning up the parks, helping to bring decorum to neglected areas,” said Luca Menesini, the mayor of Capannori, a town in Tuscany. “They’ve also made crafts, which were sold at the Christmas markets. It has allowed the foreigners to get to know us and for the locals to realise that not all migrants hang out at street corners, begging or talking on mobile phones.”

Matteo Biffoni, the mayor of Prato, also in Tuscany, said: “It would send a good message to Italians, who don’t appreciate seeing migrants doing nothing all day.”

Also check out this additional story linked from the first one:

The next obvious thing to do is for the Italian navy to start directly ferrying refugees across the Mediterranean so that they don’t incur debts to the shady human traffickers in the first place. Italy could charge a fee for this service to cover transport costs. As long as the fee is lower than what the traffickers charge, refugees would surely choose the state service (which would also be incomparably safer), Italy would be getting the refugees’ money (which they can later effectively give back to the refugees in exchange for their labour) instead of the traffickers (who probably change it to a whole other currency). It is all elementary economics. This too has been our repeated recommendation since the crisis began:

Further down the line, Italy (and all countries which have accepted refugees) should start putting as many refugees as possible into military service. This is a suitable timing for military consolidation by the EU (indeed I have said before that the EU needs an army of its own, or else it has no real power), because unless the EU has the courage to declare war on Hungary, I cannot see any other outcome than more and more other countries following the Hungarian approach. Why not, when they see that there is no practical penalty for doing so? Ethics? You cannot talk ethics to those who care nothing for ethics! All attempts to appeal to Hungary’s sense of basic decency have failed because Hungary has none – otherwise we wouldn’t be in this mess in the first place! Civilized discussion can only occur between states which care about the general good, and merely disagree about how best to effect it. As soon as one state starts to think tribally, discussion with that state is over and war preparations must begin. When the EU demands Hungary: “Stop blocking the refugees’ paths!”, and Hungary’s reply is the bully’s typical challenge to his victim: “Or else what?”, then unless the EU’s retort is: “Or else Ahimsa.”, the bully wins. This is reality; anything else is wishful delusion. Imagine if, instead of talking to Israel for the last 70 years, we had promptly invaded it before it had time to acquire nukes. (At least Hungary doesn’t have nukes….. yet. Are we going to wait until it gets some too???)

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Support Nancy Holten!

Here is an anecdote that perfectly summarizes the inferiority of democracy, especially the Swiss version (as endorsed by Satya):

she wanted a Swiss passport herself, but was refused after locals who were consulted about her request said they were ‘fed up’ of her challenging Swiss traditions by campaigning against the use of cow bells.

The campaign against cow bells by the 42-year-old vegan and animal-rights activist has made her unpopular in the Alpine confederation.

And now the majority of residents from Gipf-Oberfrick in the canton of Aargau have successfully blocked her second attempt to get a Swiss passport.

The resident’s committee argued that if she does not accept Swiss traditions and the Swiss way of life, she should not be able to become an official national.

She said of her situation: ‘The sound that cow bells make is a hundred decibel. It is comparable with a pneumatic drill. We also would not want such a thing hanging close to our ears?’

She also railed against the weight of the famous cow bells.

Nancy complained: ‘The bells, which the cows have to wear when they walk to and from the pasture, are especially heavy.‘The animals carry around five kilograms around their neck. It causes friction and burns to their skin.’

The Dutchwoman, who describes herself as a freelance journalist, model and drama student, has also campaigned against a number of other Swiss traditions like hunting, pig races and the noisy church bells in town.

Local politician Tanja Suter agreed with the majority of the town’s citizens and said Holten had a ‘big mouth’, saying she did not deserve to get a Swiss passport ‘if she irritates us and does not respect our traditions’.

Local residents in Switzerland often have a say in citizenship applications, which are decided by the cantons and towns where the applicants live rather than federal government.

“A man of real political ability will refuse to be the beadle for a bevy of footling cacklers; and they in their turn, being the representatives of the majority – which means the dunder-headed multitude – hate nothing so much as a superior brain. … Let the superior quality of such a leader be once recognized and the result will be that a joint front will be organized against him, particularly if that leader, though not coming from their ranks, should fall into the habit of intermingling with these illustrious nincompoops on their own level. They want to have only their own company and will quickly take a hostile attitude towards any man who might show himself obviously above and beyond them when he mingles in their ranks. Their instinct, which is so blind in other directions, is very sharp in this particular.” – Adolf Hitler

“Ninety per cent of men (and women) are both lazy and cowardly, and out of sheer moral and intellectual apathy they behave just as circumstances suggest. They follow the apparently easiest way, that is to say, the common, long-trodden path. And the common, long-trodden path is suggested, if not determined, mainly by the race to which the overwhelming majority of the people belong in a given land. … It may be — and it is, in our eyes — a hateful thing. But it is a thing one has to take into account, because of its hold upon the insignificant little man who forms the majority of mankind; because of its appeal to public consciousness, which is not a criterion of truth — far from it! — but a condition of success, a guarantee of power.” – Savitri Devi

Western civilization is when an Asynja has to get permission from the majority population just to receive a passport of a country which in mythical times she would have been sent to rule over.

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