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Consentism: A Motion to Re-brand Anarcho Capitalism by Rich Clarke

ConsentCollageI hate it when the opposition hijacks language such as when collectivists decided to call themselves “liberals” co-opting the term from classical liberals akin to our founders or when the left calls corruption and privilege “capitalism” instead of cronyism. Eventually if there’s no word for something it will cease to exist so I don’t want to keep giving up words! That’s why I was skeptical when I started to read this proposal by one of my favorite Atlanta libertarians, Rich Clarke. As I read through the proposal, however, I had to open my mind to it–I like the implications of consentism–it doesn’t presuppose any economic structure, just implies arms’ length transactions; it doesn’t evoke images of chaos, but of civility–it has many great points going for it…Here it is, tell me what you think….


A motion to re-brand Anarcho Capitalism

One thing I and fellow Anarchists struggle with in conversations with any other modern day human is the tremendous social inertia that comes with the term “Anarchy.” While its simplicity is beautiful and its true definition is hidden in plain sight: “An”, “Archos” it’s simply a battle which isn’t worth fighting every time you engage in conversation in my opinion. Especially when it is a fight which is unnecessary and only happens due to either a romantic attachment to or a failing of useful alternative to the term “Anarchy.” I would like boldly to attempt to solve the latter problem. The first step to solving a problem is first to define it so let us start there.

When ensconced in one’s circle of Anarchist friends, the term can be thrown around handily and everyone understands and relishes its true meaning. It is a jarring interruption to this euphoria to engage in use of this term in just about any other circumstance. It is easy to forget how the world reacts to the word “Anarchy,” and I have many times been snapped out of my reality coma with haste and realized that the person looking at me is no longer listening to anything I am saying and backing away slowly because I prematurely threw out the “A” word.

This experience is likely familiar to every Anarchist. Despite the remarkable simplicity of the Anarchist argument in most cases, it can easily be unraveled by just calling it by its own name. <<continue reading>>

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Scrapbooking during the DNC…Can you name them all??

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Don’t forget! I have events on Tuesday & Thursday this week :)

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Parallels in this “Unprecedented Election Year”


Hillary has known Rupert for a long time!


She sure is lucky! Rupert Murdoch took back the reins of FoxNews from Roger Ailes as the general election hits full speed!

I can’t help but notice there are numerous parallels between the Republicans and the Democrats this election cycle even though all anyone can say it seems is that “this never happened before”….here are a few of the parallels…

  • Hillary’s opposition on both sides of the aisle, Bernie and Trump, are 70 or over
    • This is lucky for Hillary as she would be the oldest president after Reagan, yet both Bernie and Trump are older
  • Hillary’s opposition on both sides of the aisle are both highly polarizing characters whose previous presidential runs had been laughed off the air by the mainstream media, but this season they both have been pumped like mad by a “reluctant” media that can’t seem to help itself
    • polarizing opponents are a Godsend to a candidate like Hillary with unprecedentedly high unlikeability scores
  • Both races have been unpredictable and emotional
  • Both Bernie and Trump eschewed Big Money and SuperPacs
  • Both Bernie and Trump are from New York
    • Bernie and Trump are from New York and Hillary was a Senator from New York–not generally a positive on the national stage

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      Just to be fair, as Hillary has long known Rupert Murdoch, head of Fox, so too has Trump long known Jeff Zucker, head of CNN.

  • Both the Republican and Democratic primaries were tight races to the bitter end
  • Both conventions are highly contentious with supporters of the runners up calling foul and threatening to make trouble
  • Both Hillary and Trump presented as distancing from loyal allies (Debbie Wasserman Schultz and Corey Lewandowski, respectively)
  • Both Hillary and Trump picked plain vanilla unknown politicians as running mates
  • Both conventions opening to contention and chaos
  • Both conventions open with calls for a vote to change the rules on the floor – for the RNC to unpledge delegates, for the DNC to do away with superdelegates

Notice any others?

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Lone Wolves or Predictable Pattern?


Upon hearing of the Munich shootings, I seemed to recall having anticipated increased terrorism among our allies so I listened back to my “year ahead” show from January 2015 and found some interesting stuff, including this in the second hour of the show…

I see [the Echelon] countries bonding together more closely I think there will be increased terrorist attacks in those countries…

The Echelon countries are the anglophone allies Australia, Canada, New Zealand, the UK and the US. I should have substituted NATO (the Atlanticist allies) for Echelon & I would have been right on, but I did anticipate increased terrorism for our allies. But it’s this prediction (hour 2 6:03-6:36) coupled with the following one in the same hour that is uncanny in the wake of Munich…

You can definitely expect [these] mass casualty shootings to continue to accelerate–for the past three years they’ve been increasing in frequency and certainly in media coverage, and its always the same pattern: its some crazy guy kills a bunch of people for no reason and then runs off–so he does this in front of people with a bunch of guns then he runs off and kills himself where nobody can see, and usually the first eyewitness accounts are of multiple shooters and then those accounts go away by the time it hits primetime cable news….

I mentioned this to my husband Friday night, and Saturday morning he slid to me the newspaper across the breakfast table…the first paragraphs of the headline story read as follows…

A lone gunman killed nine people in and around a Munich shopping mall in a shooting spree police described as a possible terror attack, putting the southern German city in lockdown during a nearly seven-hour manhunt until police said the attacker had killed himself.

Heavily armed police from across the country combed Munich Friday night, searching for what witnesses had said were multiple shooters and responding to emergency calls that turned out to be false alarms. After 1 a.m., police said the gunman, whom they described as an 18-year old dual German-Iranian citizen who had lived in Munich for at least two years, was dead and appeared to have acted alone.

I’m not calling attention to congratulate myself on being prescient, I just like to point out that my view that there’s more to these incidents than we are being told is supported by the fact that I can use this view to predict outcomes and recognize patterns, so the view can’t be dismissed out of hand.

If you want to know how I can see this stuff coming, read The Report from Iron Mountain, which is chock full of shocking truth about how we are manipulated by those at the top, including using computer analysis to answer such questions as, how many people would have to die to change support for a given policy?

If you wonder if perhaps information in the media is manipulated to gain support for policies, check out these quotes in the late Michael Hastings 2012 story about the Smith-Mundt Amendments which were passed in 2013:

The new law would give sweeping powers to the government to push television, radio, newspaper, and social media onto the U.S. public. “It removes the protection for Americans,” says a Pentagon official who is concerned about the law. “It removes oversight from the people who want to put out this information. There are no checks and balances. No one knows if the information is accurate, partially accurate, or entirely false.

According to this official, “senior public affairs” officers within the Department of Defense want to “get rid” of Smith-Mundt and other restrictions because it prevents information activities designed to prop up unpopular policies—like the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.

Update: Why would French authorities order destroyed all footage of the Nice attacks? We are told Turkey’s Erdogan is bad because he censors the press and called a state of emergency, but France does the same thing while we overlay their flag on our facebook pages….
Nice Attacks, Destroying Evidence at Crime Scene: French Government Orders Destruction of CCTV Video Footage

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Ask the Libertarian!

I am doing an all media ask the libertarian show August 6…normally the callers take precedence but this time I’m doing the opposite, so if you ahve any question for me about anything – my personal opinions, libertarianism in general, the election, just email me by clicking here and I’ll answer your question on the air:)

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