The Unbearable Whiteness of Being by Bill Buppert

  Publisher’s Note: Close the schools, every one of them. There is an opportunity here as some of the laziest people in human history, teachers in K-PhD, demand and clamor to retain their salary and benefits which have always been far more generous than they should thanks to unions and tenure for teachers and professors

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Police Academy: The Totalitarian Trail of Tears by Bill Buppert

“The fall of moral civilization has always been brought about by those who were “just doing their jobs”.” ― Jeremy Grantham Publisher’s Note:  Welcome to the new and improved ZeroGov. Protected for now from the vagaries and barbaric sensibilities of the Robespierres of the Silicon Slavers.  A few thoughts. The fate of statuary in America

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The Unmasking by Bill Buppert

  “You never change things by fighting the existing reality. To change something, build a new model that makes the existing model obsolete.” ― Buckminster Fuller “Better to die fighting for freedom then be a prisoner all the days of your life.” ― Bob Marley   Publisher’s Note: Think you have the stones to rebel,

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The Peking Pox and the End of America by Bill Buppert

      “In any bureaucracy, the people devoted to the benefit of the bureaucracy itself always get in control, and those dedicated to the goals the bureaucracy is supposed to accomplish have less and less influence, and sometimes are eliminated entirely…. In any bureaucratic organization there will be two kinds of people: those who

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Lysenko Lives! The Corona Cargo Cult by Bill Buppert

  Publisher’s Note: The Peter Principle informs all government action, prove me wrong. What you are witnessing live before your very eyes is a culmination of decades of government supremacist indoctrination that has rendered common sense obsolete, economic illiteracy fashionable and haute couture and the expert culture on display in all its fabulist glory. Fuck

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Fear is the Liar by Jim Klein

  Publisher’s Note: Jim Klein wrote this short but pithy response to this essay published on STHF: https://www.shtfplan.com/headline-news/the-reason-why-there-will-be-a-second-american-civil-war-american-citizens-are-soon-to-become-an-endangered-species_05012014. I highly recommend SHTF as a website source. Jim is the Professor Emeritus of Philosophy at zerogov.com and the senior graybeard. Enjoy. -BB Obama has almost nothing to do with any of this.  How could he…he’s got

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A Slave Society is a Polite Society (For The Government) by Bill Buppert

Publisher’s Note: It appears my notoriety as an anti-government zealot has come to the attention of the rulers and they use both me and my site as an exemplar of non-violent anti-government writing and speaking. I may be the subject of a number of classes for the government’s cop-roach enforcers at all levels. If this

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Social Trolling by Craig Harms

Publisher’s Note: This guest post draws on a guerrilla tactic known as social trolling to diminish and destroy government psychological operations directed against captured populations whether a result of invasion or the occupation of land masses by the usual  suspects to organize and regulate tax cattle farms. Make no mistake that governments are merely the vampire

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Question Obedience AND Authority by Bill Buppert

  “The tragedy of modern war is that the young men die fighting each other – instead of their real enemies back home in the capitals.” -Edward Abbey Question obedience and not authority, the rest will follow. As individual human beings, we come into the world naked and leave on a slab or in a

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Police [Brutality]: A Crime Against Civilization by Bill Buppert

“The state calls its own violence ‘law,’ but that of the individual ‘crime’.” ~ Max Stirner The state is driven by the notion that it can commit immoral acts to achieve moral ends. Absent terroristic styles of governance, it has no authority to exact the shaping of society it desires. Terrorism is the politically motivated

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Be Patient by Hunter Riggins

Publishers Note:  Hunter is a young man I have had occasion to meet only in the ether on the Interweb. He is a bright and enthusiastic abolitionist who came to it at an early age. He is yet another budding guest author who has offered me an essay to publish to help lessen my writing

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The Other Side of the Equation by Jim Klein

Publisher’s Note: Jim Klein has been a friend of mine and this site for years and he is one of the smartest observers in the individualist abolitionist milieu out there. He always makes a clear and concise case for why life should triumph over death and peace is a better solution than government subsidized and

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Libertarian Anarchy: Against the the State/ A Review by James O’Gallagher

  Publisher’s Note:  This is James’ first contribution to the blog and he does an excellent job talking about the book. I highly recommend James J. Martin’s book Men Against the State for an earlier compendium about 19th century individualist anarchists in America. -BB Libertarian Anarchy: Against the State Gerard Casey, an Associate Professor of

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The Cost of Strategic Dissonance by Bill Buppert

“Gentlemen, when the enemy is committed to a mistake we must not interrupt him too soon.” ― Horatio Nelson The current strategic climate in DC reveals a deeply flawed and idiotic tendency to think that the mandarins in Mordor can simply click their ruby slippers and wish things to happen. The huge strategic blunders of the

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Michael Collins and the Eight Hundred Year Occupation: Did A Non-State Soldier Defeat a Global Empire on Bloody Sunday on 21 November 1920? by Bill Buppert

In this celebration of Saint Patrick’s Day, we should reflect on the liberation of Ireland at the beginning of the twentieth century as a demonstration project of how it is done. Michael Collins would play a larger than life role in bringing this divorce in the court of world opinion and rubbing the English nose

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