Monthly Archives: October 2012

Disguise Techniques

[Download a PDF of this article] Many works of English literature deal with the theme of personal identity. Shakespearean characters (particularly Viola from Twelfth Night) are known to play with our preconceived notions of who we think we are. Needless … Continue reading

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Rights, Ethics, and Property

I propose that voluntarists, ancaps, philosophers, and other liberty-minded individuals stop using the words “rights” and “property” entirely. These words are not inherently bad, but due to the accumulated baggage they’ve been saddled with and due to the fact that … Continue reading

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Unearned Respect – The Last Bastille Podcast #65

Audio version of my article on unearned respect. This episode is available as a free downloadable podcast.   Episode Description A common misconception that ingratiates itself into the mainstream American psyche is an unmitigated reverence for authority. Something about certain … Continue reading

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Give War a Chance

Humour is an essential attribute with which to deal with the atrocities. Coping with systematic abuse by the Establishment is indispensable towards staying alive. Taking a break from the harsh realities of our overall situation is necessary in order to … Continue reading

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Mormonism

Religions provide a prepackaged perspective with which to view the world. Their conception on what they think is human nature is integral to the behavior of its adherents. While this may provide a kind of intellectual and emotional security for … Continue reading

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Mao Tse-Tung on Guerrilla Warfare

When various methods of lawful process eventually fail, the only realistically available remedies left are those involving physical force; guerrilla warfare is one manifestation of that, which necessitates an understanding of military science. The characteristics of a warrior do not … Continue reading

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Victim Mentality – The Last Bastille Podcast #64

Audio version of my article on the victim mentality. This episode is available as a free downloadable podcast.     Episode Description People can feel trapped in their own circumstances. At the mercy of some malevolent force, or simply on … Continue reading

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