Monthly Archives: July 2012

Police State 4: The Rise of FEMA Bibliography

Alex Jones claims this film of his definitively proves the existence of FEMA camps. Does it really? Well, you now have the entire bibliography with which to double-check his thesis, as Alex himself as encouraged people to do.     … Continue reading

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PGP: Pretty Good Privacy

[Download a PDF of this article] Privacy is an often-underrated value in this day and age that unabashedly worships Big Brother. Both private and public snoops seek to gain advantage over others by exploiting specific pieces of information. Only truly … Continue reading

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Islam is Not the Problem

Ann Barnhardt is an up and coming Patriot Rockstar who has gained notoriety by asserting that Muslims and communists are the core enemies of the American Republic. She doesn’t particularly care for el presidente Obummer, but completely overblows his importance … Continue reading

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No More Messiahs

“The path to hell is paved with good intentions.”                                                                    – St. Bernard of Clairvaux (paraphrased)     It may just be that the “Ron Paul lovefest” is coming to an end. … Continue reading

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April Morning

Patriot’s Day is held in remembrance of the Battles of Lexington and Concord. The various militia units were able to fend off the British redcoats and drive them back to city, thus beginning the Siege of Boston. A fictional novelization … Continue reading

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False Flag Operations

Asymmetrical warfare does not rely on organized lines of platoons, companies, and battalions marching openly upon the field of battle. Spies, guerrillas, and special-forces units conduct themselves deceptively since they are vastly outnumbered and outgunned. These shadow warriors necessarily rely … Continue reading

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The Law

Many activists today resent what is incorrectly referred to as “the law.” They view the United States Code with profound disgust and abject horror. Their entire lives have been infringed upon by these codified threats of violence against their property, … Continue reading

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