Brad Miller

Right sized problems

In True nature of the State on June 2, 2017 at 12:20 am

http://chronicallyhuman.co/2017/06/01/right-sized-problems/

Kathy Griffin and the Leftist Neo-Inquisition 

In Liberty, True nature of the State on June 1, 2017 at 11:44 pm


Kathy Griffin did a photo shoot recently holding a bloody decapticated simulated head of Donald Trump. After receiving a lot of heat she then came out and gave a half hearted non-apology apology. 
Why did she do this? Sure she is filled with hate for the man and she is in show business so she has an insatiable need for attention. All of that is a given. 

The real reason behind these actions I believe is  because she is part of the Leftist Neo-Inquisition. This is an increasingly violent movement that wants to eradicate all ideas that threaten their power and right now their target are those ideas that Donald Trump represents. 

We are all familiar with the Spanish Inquistion of the 16th century. A brutal centralized systematic attack on the heretics threatening the power of the Catholic Church in Spain. 

The Inquisition wasn’t about killing people it was about killing ideas that people held that threatened the power of the decadent priests and other dependents who only held on to power because of their view of God they were peddling.

She is doing the same thing. Her simulated decapitation of the president is an attempt to kill the ideas she think he represents. He is a heretic in her eyes and many Leftists. This act appears to be aimed at all the people who hold beliefs like Donald Trump and anyone else who disagrees with their brand of Statism. 

This is an excerpt from  the 1578 edition of the Directorium Inquisitorum (a standard Inquisitorial manual)

for punishment does not take place primarily and per se for the correction and good of the person punished, but for the public good in order that others may become terrified and weaned away from the evils they would commit”).
This act was the latest escalation of the ever expanding and violent Leftist Neo-Inquistion. The State is their god and anyone who blasphemes the State is a heretic. Anyone who is in the political priesthood who isn’t one of their own is a heretic. Anyone who doesn’t agree that their friends,  allies and pet projects should  receive the “blessings” of the State is a heretic. 

The first Inquisition really began in 1209 but was localized and decentralized throughout Europe up until the Protestant Reformation. The Inquistion got heated up around this time because the entire political power of the Catholic Church was being threatened by a new competing priesthood, The Lutherans, who had a more radical indicualistic view of the relationship between God and man 

The Leftists and the Alt-Right are like the Lutherans and the Catholics during the Reformation. Both believe in an omnipotent power – the State – but each own slightly different doctrines that their  priests, pundits and professors  interpret. The two brands of Statism  want to be in charge of the trillions of dollars in tax revenue and Federal Reserve counterfeit cash as well as control of  the 10 aircraft carriers, fleet of drones, the worldwide police state and 4000 nuclear warheads. This is the power that they crave. 

The more the incumbent power structure of a religion is threatened the more violent the prosecution of heretics become. 

Kathy Griffin didn’t just simulate the beheading of Donald Trump. She also implied that he had been kidnapped, tortured and finally murdered. 

Those who conceived and funded this spectacle, along with Kathy Griffin,  knew this wasn’t just a message to Donald J Trump. This was a message to everyone who dares to hold ideas that disagree with their version of Statism, which they hold as the one and only true gospel. They will only be safe when they forgo these blasphemous ideas. 

No that can’t possibly be right because she is a comedian and it was just a joke, right? Didn’t she say when she apologized “she just went too far”? 
I’m a political atheist. I don’t view the State as a god. I believe we all have inherent rights that the government shouldn’t violate. I am an Individualist and not a Collectivists. Those who worship the State are Collectivists whether they are Leftists or with the Alt-Right. I disagree with the philosophical underpinnings of both political religions because I believe that the less government that lords over is always the best government. 

This could be just the beginning of a dangerous escalation in the Leftist Neo-Inqusition. 

Brad 

Advocate of Liberty 

Jeff Sessions should End enforcement of Drug Prohibition instead of doubling down on it 

In Liberty, True nature of the State on May 15, 2017 at 8:54 pm

The drug war was designed to target minorities, anti-war protestors and others who were a threat to the status quo. It was never about justice or health – it’s always been about increasing tax revenues and controlling those who disagree with the state, and those who weren’t like everyone else. Instead of it being a war on drugs it’s a war against those who think differently. 

The Bill of Rights was added to the Constitution to protect our god-given natural right to sovereignty over our consciousness. Make no mistake about it the Drug War  is not against a plant or a chemical, it’s a war against the thoughts and feelings you have in your head.

Freedom of speech, freedom of religion, and freedom of association were created to keep government from forcibly legislating your thoughts. 

You are sovereign over your body and mind. If you ingest a psychotropic compound and commit no crime against person or property then what business is it of the government what compound you took? According to the philosophical underpinnings of the Bill of Rights, government has no right to interfere with the mind of an individual let alone imprison him for altering his thoughts or even killing him for them. The state fears that if we alter our thoughts with drugs we will be less likely to kill for it or accept its interference in the rest of our lives.

Read Aldous Huxley’s “Doors of Perception” and you understand the type of thinking they at war with.

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The Federal progenitor the War on Drugs Henry Anslonger had these illuminating quotes:

“There are 100,000 total marijuana smokers in the U.S., and most are Negroes, Hispanics, Filipinos and entertainers. Their Satanic music, jazz and swing result from marijuana use. This marijuana causes white women to seek sexual relations with Negroes, entertainers and any others.”

“Reefer makes darkies think they’re as good as white men.”

We have always had plenty of laws on the books to prosecute those who commit crimes against persons and property.  The above quotes show that Henry Anslinger, the first head of what would become the DEA, was more worried about music and sex between white women and black men than any kind of crime against person and property.

People who supported this law back then believed the Constituitin prevented them from passing laws to forbid creative expression or interracial sex. So they passed laws that would prosecute thought and emotions by targeting substances those people used and so do an end around on the Bill of Rights .

Richard Nixon was no fan of the Constitution as well and turned up the heat on the War On Drugs in a big way. His motivations were similar to Harry Ansligner’s. Acordding to John  Ehrlichman, Nixon’s domestic policy advisor, The War On Drugs was a tool to control black people and crush the antiwar movement. And it’s used in a similar manner today. 

The entire War on Drugs is a waste of time, money and also a waste of human potential. It should be called a war against Thought and Feelings, because that is really what these laws punish. Life is painful and tragic. Locking people up for pursuing a better state of mind, even if the side effects could be detrimental, isn’t helping them or society.  Continuing the enforcement of the Prohibition of Drugs will only lead to more suffering not less suffering  in the world. 

Jeff Session  – Now is the time to end the failed War on Drugs. 

Brad Miller 

Advocate of Liberty