Category Archives: Memetic Warfare

A collection of all the memes I’ve created in order to help dissidents move along The Other (Not So) Thin Line towards a state of nature.

Electoral Insanity, 1980 – 2012

Today’s meme, courtesy of Anarchei.me, is a reminder to everyone that popular electoral voting is quite impractical, despite what its ideologues might spew. Advertisements

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We Don’t Live in a Police State!

Today’s meme, courtesy of Liberty Under Attack, highlights the cognitive dissonance some Americans might experience upon being told that the government isn’t all bad, constitutionality notwithstanding. Be sure to also listen to an interview I gave recently on FPRN Radio … Continue reading

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The Law is a Racket!

Yup, I’ve finally said it; today’s meme is a reminder that there is no such thing as “due process” under the “rule of law” is today’s Amerika, especially when you consider that Americans are ruled by bureaucrats. Original image by … Continue reading

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This IS What The Government Is!

Today’s meme explicitly shows the inherently coercive nature of government itself. Although Cathy Reisenwitz and Marianne Copenhaver were trying to satirically discourage libertarians from reminding people about the anatomy of the State, I think their parody could be taken to … Continue reading

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Do You Despise the State?

Today’s meme (by Anarchei.me) provokes the classically liberal sentiment that a passion for liberty is most important. For more, please read Murray Rothbard’s “Do You Hate the State?” & Christopher Cantwell’s response, “I Hate the State.” Happy Patriot’s Day!

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Obey or Be Punished

Today’s meme highlights an inherent truth about the citizenry’s Stockholm Syndrome relationship with the State (original picture by David Dees).

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Galt’s Gulch?

Today’s meme is a version on a theme of a libertarian slogan about how to simply explain what a truly free society looks like using humourous language.

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