1. anarchei:

    Just Doing My Job

    (Source: )

     
  2. Anarchism isn’t necessarily about bringing down the government. It will eventually do itself in. Rather, Anarchism is a lifestyle based on an ideology of responsibility, respect, freedom, & compassion. Anarchism minds its own business as much as it watches out for those within eye shot. Anarchism is doing what the government says you can’t, simply because you can. But it’s also performing that action out of the need to show how insane most “laws” or restrictions are in society. It’s meant to show the coercion, the fear tactics, the brutal force that is employed by the state in order to have an indefinite continuance of its existence. It’s meant to show & prove that common sense laws are exercised anyway. It’s meant to show that people do indeed have the level of responsibility to act rationally & fairly in society that it takes to maintain itself; that society can take care of itself without regard for a larger, faceless, overpowering, and all-saying entity pushing your buttons to make you do what it wants, which only serves to benefit itself, not you.

    Why people would so vehemently fight for their own subjugation is the biggest puzzle of all.

    — IV (via ernestsewell)

    (Source: ernestsewell)

     
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    anarchei:

Terrorism

HA

    anarchei:

    Terrorism

    HA

    (Source: el0h3em)

     
  4. Representative government cannot express the will of the mass of the people, because there is no mass of the people; The People is a fiction, like The State. You cannot get a Will of the Mass, even among a dozen persons who all want to go on a picnic. The only human mass with a common will is a mob, and that will is a temporary insanity.
    — Rose Wilder Lane
     
  5. Is there traffic congestion? Ban all cars! Water shortage? Drink less water! Postal deficit? Cut mail deliveries to one a day! Crime in urban areas? Impose curfews! No private supplier could long stay in business if he thus reacted to the wishes of customers. But when government is the supplier, instead of being guided by what the customer wants, it directs him to do with less or do without. While the motto of private enterprise is “the customer is always right,” the slogan of government is “the public be damned!”
    — Murray Rothbard (via anarchei)

    (Source: mises.org)

     
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    anarchei:

But Who Will Throw The Bombs?
The title is a play on the “But who will build the roads?” question that seems to rear its ugly head whenever someone is unable to make a sound argument against anarchism. A response may not always be forthcoming as it requires a bit of knowledge from the one answering. In this case, however, the question is fairly simple to answer because it is a moral question. What people are really asking is this: Who will be free to initiate violence in an anarchic society? No one, or at the very least not systematically like the State actions depicted in the image above. Humans aren’t perfect, there will always be aggressors, but it’s still preferable to dismantle the system that enables such violence and replace it with one that discourages it.

    anarchei:

    But Who Will Throw The Bombs?

    The title is a play on the “But who will build the roads?” question that seems to rear its ugly head whenever someone is unable to make a sound argument against anarchism. A response may not always be forthcoming as it requires a bit of knowledge from the one answering. In this case, however, the question is fairly simple to answer because it is a moral question. What people are really asking is this: Who will be free to initiate violence in an anarchic society? No one, or at the very least not systematically like the State actions depicted in the image above. Humans aren’t perfect, there will always be aggressors, but it’s still preferable to dismantle the system that enables such violence and replace it with one that discourages it.

    (Source: goebel)

     
  7. No country on earth should tolerate missiles raining down on its citizens from outside its borders. So we are fully supportive of Israel’s right to defend itself from missiles landing on people’s homes and workplaces and potentially killing civilians.
    — 

    President Barack Obama, November 18, 2012

    Every time you read it, the irony gets a little sharper.

    (via disobey)

     
  8. disobey:

    America Approves

    Everyone at work seemed preoccupied with celebrating “their” electoral victory today, so I decided to preoccupy myself by making these.

    If you voted for Obama, you not only registered your approval of the things you like, you also officially condoned the many atrocities he’s committed and corrupt policies he’s championed. Congratulations, you’re an accomplice to heinous acts.

    If this offends you, there’s hope for you yet.

    (Source: laliberty)

     
  9. A multibillion-dollar information-sharing program created in the aftermath of 9/11 has improperly collected information about innocent Americans and produced little valuable intelligence on terrorism, a Senate report concludes. It portrays an effort that ballooned far beyond anyone’s ability to control…
    The lengthy, bipartisan report is a scathing evaluation of what the Department of Homeland Security has held up as a crown jewel of its security efforts. The report underscores a reality of post-9/11 Washington: National security programs tend to grow, never shrink, even when their money and manpower far surpass the actual subject of terrorism.
     
  10. 13:22 30th Sep 2012

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    We live in a world where we have to hide to make love, while violence is practiced in broad daylight.
    — John Lennon (via disobey)