Monthly Archives: June 2012

The Monkey Wrench Gang

As tyranny deepens, people become more desperate. The hesitation to not violate mala prohibita suddenly butts heads with the proverbial line in the sand. Actions that they would never have contemplated before suddenly seem not only realistically possible, but unavoidably … Continue reading

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Revamped American Redoubt Prioritized Task List

The following is a well-intentioned redo of James Wesley, Rawles splendid article, “The American Redoubt – Move to the Mountain States,” which I mentioned in The Last Bastille Podcast #49 – Survivalism episode. I’ve actually written for SurvivalBlog before on the … Continue reading

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George Bush: The Unauthorized Biography

Whenever the crimes of tyrants are mentioned to the mainline public, many of them will bleat that they don’t have any knowledge of it. Any claims of the malfeasance of despicable characters are exonerated by the ignoramuses who act as … Continue reading

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The Power of Non-Compliance

Much of the tyranny we experience in our own lives can be mitigated or even halted if we just say “No.” Tyranny takes the active participation of its victims, as well as their passive acquiescence, to work. Sabotaging both requires … Continue reading

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YHTOM Reading List

Here is Randy Mack’s suggested reading lists for YHTOM listeners, political dissidents, and anyone else who is willing to begin “seeing through the fog.” It is recommended, if at all possible, to read the books in the order that they … Continue reading

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Is Substance Abuse the Same as Addiction?

Subservience to unmitigated cravings is a position exclusively held by the servile. Without the capacity to be individually well-regulated, self-government is a purely unattainable theoretical pipe dream. For those who care to secure their Liberty, they must be serious in … Continue reading

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They Tell Us, Sir, That We Are Weak…

The following is an excerpt from Patrick Henry‘s infamous “Give Me Liberty or Give Me Death” speech made at the Second Virginia Convention held in St. John’s Church on March 20th of 1775 (approximately a month before Battles of Lexington … Continue reading

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