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The Global Show Of Hands Pamphlet
I disagree that money is the root of all evil, I believe that dishonesty and irrationality holds that title, otherwise I found this presentation very agreeable. Please share your thoughts below.
One day my friends and I started making up crappy jokes.
Sometimes really good ones would come but mostly cheap complicated puns.
Either way cool because they were original. The session lasted several years but has since dwindled.
All in all we could've made our own joke book with a solid 500 or so jokes. But alas we didn't.
We still text new ones that Pop up from time to time so between phone history and memory that's what's left.
Few things make me happier than witnessing the raw awesome power of the internet than through individuals sharing the message of how to personally nullify the Federal Plantation's edicts outside of voting in new Plantation Masters every four years in the soap opera that is American electoral politics.
As such, just wanted to share with my fellow Liberty Lovers, two great manifests, which outline how to refuse to participate in the corporate welfare regime known as ObamaCare.
do you all know if ron paul or someone with his ideas can run for president in greece since this article says its a week till elections and no candidate is out there, so this might be an opportunity for a libertarian to take the office and fix the country and show the world what these ideas can do.
Most libertarians seem to want one of these solutions:
1) free banking
2) A national gold standard
3) An end to fractional reserve banking
What if we had a national fiat currency where the monetary supply was fixed. This would prevent inflation, because money could not be printed. This is effectively a gold standard. FDIC would also need to be ended, which would would force interest rates idea.
Go sell cigarettes en masse.
Show the system that you disagree with the law and refuse to obey it. Selling cigarettes should not entail the possibility of death.
Within the circles we run, inflationary monetary policy receives ample discussion. However, the elites don't call it inflation behind closed doors; they call it Financial Repression. Essentially, the gist is to siphon wealth from the consumer class in order to afford ever burgeoning debts and to avoid raising taxes nominally (ie austerity) such that much less resistance is encountered from the populace. You won't hear the term financial repression in your community college economics class.
I saw this post from a news website and really want to share it with everyone on DP:
Objective: To increase the amount of compassion in the world.
Expected Result: A personal sense of peace.
This exercise can be done anywhere that people congregate (airports, malls, parks, beaches, etc.). It should be done on strangers, unobtrusively, from some distance. Try to do all five steps on the same person.
Step 1 - With attention on the person, repeat to yourself: “Just like me, this person is seeking some happiness for his/her life.”
Step 2 - With attention on the person, repeat to yourself: “Just like me, this person is trying to avoid suffering in his/her life.”
Step 3 - With attention on the person, repeat to yourself: “Just like me, this person has known sadness, loneliness, and despair.”
Step 4 - With attention on the person, repeat to yourself: “Just like me, this person is seeking to fulfill his/her needs.”
Step 5 - With attention on the person, repeat to yourself: “Just like me, this person is learning about life."
Amazon has a program called Amazon Smile. Shoppers just need to select their favorite charity (no strings attached here) and Amazon will donate 0.5% of all your purchases to the charity selected.
The Ludwig von Mises Institute is on their list of charities. There may be other libertarian charities that are on the list. I thought I would share this with everybody though.
Happy Thanksgiving, Paulers!
Let's fly this message (or a similar message) behind a plane and over the city of Ferguson ASAP.
"Ferguson: Want to reduce crime and police brutality? Practice Open Carry!"
There are a few reasons I think we should do this...
- It is good advice for the people of Ferguson AND for communities that have a problem with high rates of crime and/or police brutality.
- It puts us in control of, or at least inserts us into, the Ferguson debate.
- It would get a lot of attention from the media (probably national) and from the people of Ferguson.
Tag Suggestion: Good news or positive updates, a place to share and find the progress being made in the liberty movement.
Sometimes in the struggle for freedom, it can feel like the headlines are always setbacks. We constantly see just how bad the situation is--scandals, corruption, conspiracies--an endless stream of the Man sticking it to us any way he can. It can feel hopeless and we can become discouraged, and give up on the fight.
Rand Paul is running for president and to win the liberty movement needs to be organized. I was thinking people in NH (my state) who intend to support Rand should start to get organized now. This will give Rand Paul an advantage over the other candidates. Would anyone be interested in making a Facebook group or maybe making a specific place where this process can begin? Any ideas?
I like him i think he means well and never gives anyone a hard time.