Posts Tagged ‘libertarian’




Do you actually know what Libertarians want to do?




Best ‘fuck you’ speech in years.

Galt’s Gulch Chile self-immolates as a Ponzi scheme. Couldn’t have happened to a more deserving bunch.
Libertarian ‘Utopia’ Styled After Ayn Rand Book Spectacularly Falls Apart Almost Immediately

Every promotional YouTube video made to entice suckers freedom-lovers has been taken down. The GGC website comes back with an error message. Ken Johnson is in the wind.

It’s almost as if basing a community around people who hate other people and don’t want to have to pay for any services that don’t directly and concretely benefit themselves is inherently unstable. Who would have thought?


The speaker is a raving anarcho-libertarian ideologue.

I’m posting this video for his succinct presentation on Iraq, and NOT to endorse his essentially knee-jerk simplistic anti-state rhetoric.  I did consider deleting it, but I’d rather provide a counterargument.  The libertarians spin every issue to be one problem, one solution: the state is evil and must go.  Such a blinkered view of the world is shown to be ridiculous upon scrutiny.


Right wing poster child for abortion Glenn Beck thinks he’s Ayn Rand now.

Glenn Beck is Planning a $2 Billion Libertarian Commune in Texas

Cult Leader One will set up a magnet for the radical looney tunes to gather and build their movement. The Beck wants to leave “future generations” a monument to his damaged brain, and apparently spewing the angry, irrational Jeremiads pays well enough to do it. [Note to self: more anger.]

“You’ll literally have to wipe us off the face of the earth and wipe us off the map!”


Watch out for them cows, Glenn.

The Final Presidential Debate is About to Start

Jill Stein / Green Party vs. Gary Johnson / Libertarian Party

Right now, pre-debate programming has started streaming live. Candidates will take the stage at 6:00 PM PST / 9:00 PM EST.

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THRIVE: What On Earth Will It Take? (Full Movie)

Beginning with a dazzling CGI show about energy fields and the potential for free energy, it progresses into all sorts of fringe right wing pet issues, many of them true and verifiable, but just as many not. Finally ending on an anarcho-libertarian utopia fantasy — but it never actually provided the necessary specifics about the free energy technology it purported to be the key to it all.

Now, I have no doubt that much of the film is true, maybe even most of it. But this is not established in the film, claims are not supported, sources are not cited, and some very controversial subjects are given short blurbs rather than the in-depth attention warranted. That is frustrating, but I suppose it is to be expected. Mostly the speaker relies on generalizations about corruption in high places and control by elites, using this as a crutch to dance around the wilder claims.

Bottom line, I have no idea if his “facts” are true, and it would take months to research all the material because the film simply jumps from subject to subject in a blitzkrieg approach. Little is established beyond a reasonable doubt, but it may pique your curiosity to look further.