Mad World by Gary Jules

Thursday, February 11, 2010

Representative Government isn't working...

Even though I only have two readers and one of them is an FBI agent with the domestic spying program at least someone is reading...

Politics is not a fun topic to talk about for most people. I know lots of people that would rather change the subject. It's more fun to watch american idol than it is to be concerned with political happenings. Unfortunetly whether you participate or not decisions are made everyday that dictate how you will be allowed to live your life. Laws are past by a majority vote (the majority who participates.) I don't agree with "Representative" governance. There is no possible way that some jerk can accurately represent the views of a group of people larger than himself. The whole idea of representation is outdated. Back before we had telephones and internet maybe you needed to send somebody to represent your group, but not anymore. It's easy to bribe a few Representatives into doing something bad for those they represent. If we all had an equal say you'd have to improve everyones life to gain their support. You couldn't call it bribary anymore. We need to get active. Whether we like it or not, even if we don't care about our own life the next generation is going to get it worse. The founding fathers told us if we traded liberty for security we would have neither. They where right, the only security in life is that which you create yourself and cultivate within your community. It is not passed down from beaurocrats, they don't make anything productive for society. Politians create debt and they take away freedoms. We need to keep the pressure on them to stop what they're doing, they are the cause of our problems.


Paramilitary Thugs Steal Private Arms Collection

Police say man with weapons cache was preparing for 'Armageddon'

February 11, 2010 12:43 AM

“We feel our community is safer having this kind of weaponry off the street,” intoned a spokesman for the Manchester-by-the-Sea, Massachusetts police department
Granted, the invocation of that cliche is part of the familiar gun-grabber liturgy, but it doesn’t apply here, since the “weaponry” referred to was never on the “street” to begin with. It consisted of several firearms legally purchased by 45-year-old Gregory D. Girard, a computer consultant whose wife — was her maiden name Morozov, perchance? — told the authorities about her husband’s supposedly alarming view that martial law is imminent.

Since it is unacceptable for people to believe that government agents will carry out paramilitary raids to confiscate firearms, a paramilitary force was sent to Girard’s home to confiscate his firearms.

Those weapons are now “safely” in the hands of the most dangerous criminal element in any society — the people who pull triggers and commit other acts of violence on behalf of the political class.

The statist stenographers in the local press breathlessly describe Girard’s collection of “approximately twenty” firearms — all legally purchased and duly registered — as “an alarming, nearly military-grade stockpile.” In addition to the firearms, Girard’s supposedly menacing arms cache included “several tear gas grenades and explosive pepper ball projectiles” as well as “four police batons” he had “illegally” acquired.

That’s right: Civilian disarmament is not limited to “gun control,” but includes “club control,” as well.

In the hands of the armed servants of the tax-feeding class, tear gas, pepper spray, and batons are considered “less-than-lethal” weaponry. But Girard, as a mere Mundane, isn’t permitted to own tear gas grenades and pepper ball rounds; accordingly, he was charged with four counts of possessing “an infernal device” and four counts of possessing a “dangerous weapon.”
Girard also reportedly converted his third story into an “illegal indoor firing range,” complete with what was described as an “illegal ballistic plate” (apparently possession of metal plates of a certain thickness is now impermissible without explicit government permission).
Abetted by the self-serving comments of the police who stole Girard’s property and the prosecutors who collaborated in that crime, media accounts are slathered with slimy insinuations that Girard is mentally unbalanced. (His wife, with whom he apparently has a troubled relationship, is a psychiatrist.)

Whatever we learn about Girard’s personal issues, this episode involves a dramatic and terrifying exercise of pre-emptive civilian disarmament.

More than a decade ago, the state government of nearby Connecticut enacted a “law” permitting state agents to confiscate firearms from people suspected of “dangerous” tendencies — a variation on the Soviet idea of pre-emptive punishment of “socially dangerous persons.”

Whatever happens to Gregory Girard, we’re likely to see much more of this kind of thing as the Homeland Security State expands and fortifies itself. God help us.

Internet Censorship Protest Shuts Down Australian Government Websites

Paul Joseph Watson
Thursday, February 11, 2010

Hackers protesting government censorship of the Internet have shut down several Australian government websites in a demonstration against the announcement that filters would be imposed to block access to websites deemed offensive by the authorities.

The campaign was launched in response to plans to implement a mandatory and wide-ranging internet filter modeled on that of the Communist Chinese government.

This is not the first time the group has attacked government websites, having launched a similar stunt last September.

“The main government website,, and parliament’s were both affected along with the sites for Prime Minister Kevin Rudd and Communications Minister Stephen Conroy,” reports AFP.

“No one messes with our access to perfectly legal (or illegal) content for any reason,” said a statement released by the group.

The Australian government attacked the campaign as “not a legitimate form of political statement.”

Despite the Australian government promising that the Internet filter would only be used to block access to child pornography and other illegal websites, the watchdog group Electronic Frontiers Australia warned that the law will also allow the government to block any website it desires under vague definitions.

In March 2009, the Wikileaks website published a leaked secret list of sites slated to be blocked by Australia’s state-sponsored parental filter.

The list revealed that blacklisted sites included “online poker sites, YouTube links, regular gay and straight porn sites, Wikipedia entries, euthanasia sites, websites of fringe religions such as satanic sites, fetish sites, Christian sites, the website of a tour operator and even a Queensland dentist.”

The filter will even block web-based games deemed unsuitable for anyone over the age of fifteen, according to the Australian government.

Calls to mandate Internet users to obtain licenses, in other words government permission, before they can post to the web have grown in recent weeks, with top Microsoft executive Craig Mundie insisting at the recent Davos Economic Forum that the Internet should be policed.

Within days, Time Magazine enthusiastically jumped on the bandwagon to back Mundie’s proposal, as authorities push for a system even more stifling than in Communist China, where only people who have been approved by the authorities would be allowed to express free speech.

ISPs across the world, including in supposed democratic countries like the UK, the US and New Zealand, have periodically blocked access to Alex Jones’ websites without justification and only restored access after a barrage of complaints.

As we have highlighted before, although the merits of hacking as a form of protest can be debated, what seems certain to happen is that governments will launch a false flag cyber attack which will cause a major catastrophe that can then be blamed on the free Internet, acting as a pretext to tighten the screws on plans for centralized regulation and censorship which are already in place.

Watch the video below in which Alex Jones exposes the incremental deployment of Chinese style Internet censorship across the world.

Again I want to remind everybody that they have put the reauthorization of the "patriot act" into the new jobs bill. Call your senators NOW! Tell them no more domestic spying. It is mis worded unpatriotic disaster. No more spying, no more illegal wire taps, or records kept on american citizens!

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