You Should Not Join Politics. This is why.

If you believe that you possess a good conscience with devilish motives, then politics is a vocation meant for you because it gives you the monopoly on accessing unaccountable power for performing sadistic activities at the expense of your exchequers.

I know many people believe that “one should join politics to do ‘greater good’ for the society” but they fail to consciously understand that politics is a profession designed to degrade, dictate and debauch the liberties of all individuals except for the establishment.

Therefore, politics is a medium to organically achieve the disastrous conclusions.

It’s the power that attracts the miscreants toward politics, otherwise, why wouldn’t you become an entrepreneur, social volunteer, educator, anarchist or an agorist to serve the economic needs, anthropological desires and empathetic expectations of the people?

I am sure that you would not join the Taliban group to “change” the theme of Islamic terrorism “from within”. Similarly, what’s so magical about ‘joining politics to change politics from within’?

In this case, the only good thing about Taliban terrorists is that:

1) they do not fund the media,

2) camouflage people’s opinion,

3) fake electionery promises,

4) lobby with cronyists and

5) deliver unaccountable GDP results.

Whereas, politicians enjoy the monopoly on terrorizing the system. Continue reading “You Should Not Join Politics. This is why.”

A Political Guide To Destroying Your Economy

WARNING:  Before you implement the pieces of advice, it is necessary for you to have a nuke or else it is not easy to declare yourself as a legal thug who is going to constitutionally take care of everything at the expense of everyone else except yourself.

Otherwise, you would have a difficult time in organising the slaves and call yourself “the government”.

To destroy your nation’s economy, you need to abhor freedom of others. If you lack this quality, you are not “mentally fit” to envy and expropriate others. All your actions can be justified by a piece of paper called “constitution”. There’s nothing to worry about, except anarchists.

Second thing, you should never learn economics. What matters is sociology because it helps us to “screech autistically” and attain the status of victimhood, followed by a biased understanding of the history subject.

Professional Victim

By the way, if you come across any “critical thinker” or “learned person” then it is your moral duty to shun his/her opinion without using facts, but sentiments.

Anyway, the above premises are the fundamental and foundational qualities to embrace the civility of a good politician. Only Ron Paul can be a bad politician because he does not support this guide/blog. I condemn him for that. Continue reading “A Political Guide To Destroying Your Economy”

3 Reasons Why Discussing Politics is Waste of Time

Different people possess different opinions, definitions and comprehensions about politics. Many individuals continue to [vociferously] express and discourse their stagnant views and loud perspectives about politics, respectively. They “feel good” about what they say, no matter how incoherent their statements are. They wouldn’t mind shunning others’ “political opinion” without realising that the inherent quality of any political debate is cyclically poor.

What matters to them is their own “political ego” and nothing else.

But, it isn’t my business to decide the best political opinion, statement or scientist because ‘politics is inherently a waste of time, energy, mind and wealth’.

Read the following reasons to know why, and figure them out at your discretion without feeling guilty, low and manipulated: Continue reading “3 Reasons Why Discussing Politics is Waste of Time”

Vedic Anarchism

Once upon a time in India, voluntaryist societies existed. A voluntaristic society is that community where people transact, socialise and trade without fearing any coercion, hierarchy and taxtortion. In such a liberal society, people live tranquilly, responsibly and rationally because it empowers the cultural scope of spontaneous order and catallactic actions of all the participants or members. In today’s scenario, excluding the black markets, it is very rare to spot such open, free and transparent societies. Thanks to the government.

I am not an Indologist but I live in India. In this article, I do not intend to divulge the marketing skills of my authorship but helping my international amigos to know the features of Vedic anarchism. To begin with, the Vedas are a large body of knowledge texts originating in the ancient Indian subcontinent.

The Vedas are ancient Sanskrit texts of Hinduism. Above: A page from the Atharvaveda.

Composed in the Sanskrit language, the texts constitute the oldest layer of Sanskrit literature and the oldest scriptures of Hinduism. Hindus consider the Vedas to be apauruṣeya, which means “not of a man, superhuman” and “impersonal, authorless”. Vedic anarchism period existed in Bhaarat (India) between 4000 BC – 500 BC. But, in today’s time, in India as elsewhere, the anarchist thought is widely misunderstood. As Bhagat Singh (1907–1931), one of the few Indian revolutionaries who had explicit anarchist leanings, put it:

The people are scared of the word anarchism. The word anarchism has been abused so much that even in India revolutionaries have been called anarchist to make them unpopular.”

Vedic anarchism is a fearless trek into the unknown. Since it throws out the imposed normative ideals of other political philosophies, Vedic anarchism prescribes complete sacrifice of the ego of a politically-driven mind. It forebodes the usual prescriptions and solutions for society’s ills and trusts the forces of cooperative effort, mutual respect, and mutualism will do better. It’s the respect for the limits of human reason, the fallibility of human power, the unlikely, but unsurpassed, power of unconscious design, the appreciation of innovation and progress brought about by forces completely out of our control and, above all, humility – the recognition of one’s own mistakes, flaws, ignorance, and inability to know the unknown. Continue reading “Vedic Anarchism”

Diet Coke of Fascism

There’s a self-proclaimed intellectual tribe which believes in a contradictory premise and that is “removing 80% of the tumor solves the cancer, while the remaining 20% should be left intact”.

It is just not a belief but also a modern ideology. They worship this political ideology, like the way jihadists worship Islam, but without directly initiating violence. The tribe also believes that it is morally correct to have freedom in all economic activities because they trust the principles of government-constituted free market.

When it comes to defense, police and courts or law, the tribe would not mind distrusting the principles of laissez-faire. To add, the tribe does not realise that it suffers from a psychotic disorder called ‘stockholm syndrome’ (which means, sympathising with the crime doer).

For example: they chant, blog & podcast “government is evil” (without realising that they’re the ones who are always eager to necessitate the evil at the expense of everyone else). They tend to forget that ‘limiting’ the evil does not equate to abolishment of evil.

Evil is evil, no matter what’s the size of it.

I do not intend to bash these intellectuals in this article. I am simply analysing their unnoticed hypocrisy.

Drink in the hypocrisy of minarchism

What makes their myth so different from other political ideologies like democracy, communism, etc., when their own ideology is a diet coke of all the fascist tendencies? Continue reading “Diet Coke of Fascism”

Yes, You are an Anarchist

By Prof. Jaimine Vaishnav

When I say that “you are an anarchist” then it does not mean that I am enforcing a conclusion on your soul. I am simply letting you know that everyone, at least sometimes, is an anarchist.

Many people seem to believe that anarchists are proponents of violence, chaos, and destruction, that they are against all forms of order and organization, or that they are crazed terrorists who just want to blow everything up. On the contrary, nothing could be further from the truth.

Anarchists are simply individuals who believe that human beings are capable of behaving in a reasonable and voluntary fashion without having to be forced to. It is genuinely a very lucid notion. But it’s one that the government and their supporters have always found extremely perilous. Continue reading “Yes, You are an Anarchist”

Another Holiday Created By The Biggest Culprit

By Captain A

Earth Day was sparked in response to the 1969 Oil spill in Santa Barbara, Commie-fornia. Of course, this makes government sound so noble. Who doesn’t want to celebrate Earth?  Take a closer look at the story. Government had its hand all over the oil spill and was even profiting from it via land leasing.  

1953 saw the passing of the U.S. Submerged Land Act. This Act gave the federal government claim to land beginning at an imaginary 3 mile mark from a state coastline. Then the Outer Continental Shelf Land Act which gave the Secretary of the Interior the power to lease the land out to companies.   $21 million was the winning bid to drill for oil off the coast of Santa Barbara. $21 million in 1966 would equate to $157.8 million dollars in 2016.

Since the land is leased then the goal becomes complete exploitation of the resources.  What company wants to pay for the leasing rights to an area for a long period of time? $21 million isn’t exactly a small amount of money.  So this then incentivizes the completely leasing the property to exploit the resources as quickly as possible.   Government involvement invited corruption in the form of donations to politicians in exchange for leasing rights.  

Union Oil asked the U.S Geological Survey to waive certain restrictions  regarding drilling on the well that would eventually lead to the blowout.  Union Oil asked for the regulations about proper piping safety housing on their 5th well to be waived Given the cronyism created via the federal land leasing, there is incentive for government to help these companies out in such a manner.  Leasing the land creates an incentive for the company to extract as much as of the resource as possible causing the company to extend beyond the markets natural protector.  The markets natural protector is called optimal conservation.

Optimal conservation forces a company to think about the long term course of a product.  Under the government model the company doesn’t know if it’s lease will be renewed, and thus we get the desire to extract as much as possible and that might involve cutting corners in order to reach that final goal before the year is out.  We saw the corners cut by Union Oil, and we have a government complicit in allowing the act.   The end result was Earth Day which ultimately led to the creation of one of the worst government polluters known as the Environmental Protection Agency. Continue reading “Another Holiday Created By The Biggest Culprit”

A Review of: The United States of Work

By Hunter Lee

A Review of New Republic article:  The United States of Work

Most of these articles start out with “Income has remained stagnant since the 1970s.” But then never offer up an explanation. It’s not a coincidence. Nixon ended Bretton Woods 1971.

As far as college, the more aggressively you increase the demand for something, the more aggressively the price for that product is going to increase if the supply remains relatively stagnant. The U.S. government has began massively subsidizing and guaranteeing student loans for decades which has caused this massive price inflation. The Department of Education now relies on income from student loan debt, so the bubble will keep going. It is exactly like the housing bubble. “We just want everyone to have a good home/ education.”

The author seems to think that unions are the reason people don’t have to work 12-hours a day. As if people all the sudden didn’t want to do that. Or as if people all the sudden didn’t want to shove their children in coal mines. This would imply that the reason places like the Congo have so much child labor is because of a lack of child labor laws, or if they simply implemented a 40-hour work week, or $15 higher minimum wage, they would all be rich. Obviously, this would simply cause more desperation poverty. The reality is technological advances (almost exclusively created by free markets) are how overall work hours are decreased. This has been the case since the beginning of time.

Not long ago, the majority of households were able to live with only one income earner. Now with the combination of the excessive taxes, most notably the income tax, as well as inflation, dual income households are the majority.

“Unlike the state, these private governments are able to wield power with little oversight, because the executives and boards of directors that rule them are accountable to no one but themselves.” This is just laughable. The state is god. If you boycott the military, men with guns will come to your house and murder you. At this point, to claim that the government operates with any oversight just shows you were the author is coming from. It’s just Marxism. Meanwhile, the Uber CEO single-handled solved drinking and driving and yells at an employee and people boycott. If they don’t, they have the ability to.

“Yet because employment contracts create the illusion that workers and companies have arrived at a mutually satisfying agreement..” This is a logical imperative when people voluntarily interact. “I am doing this because I prefer to do it/ I believe it will be in my best interest. If I didn’t, I wouldn’t.” Any unfair advantage other than that is always caused by the state, and therefore that is the enemy. It’s not Apple and Samsung who will come to your house with guns if you don’t work for them.

These articles are always written by people who have little or no entrepreneurial experience. The reason for this is that when you go down that route, you realize you have no real control as business owner. The customer decides everything. Unless, of course, you partner with the state via regulations that prohibit competitors from entering the market, or you receive funding from tax dollars. Then, you are no longer to the customers demand and they are now your subjects.

“Lecturer of art history at the University of Melbourne. Author of Do What You Love. And Other Lies about Success and Happiness.”

United Airlines Physically Removes Passenger, Some Perspective

You may have seen video of United Airlines having a passenger forcibly removed from one of their aircraft.  It certainly is troubling to see the police involved with removing a paying customer from an airplane using excessive force.  We must remember however, that this is United’s plane and as such, if they ask you to leave, you are no longer a passenger – you are a trespasser. (Read the fine print).

Before we get into the outrage, let’s get our facts straight first.  There is misinformation aplenty to be had in social media and most MSM articles.

Here is what a pilot friend shared with us here about the situation that United Airlines was in and what they were dealing with:

So here’s what happened:

At the last minute, United had to “deadhead” a crew to Louisville to be in position for a flight the next morning. Due to previous delays, cancellations, etc., this was not previously planned.

The flight to Louisville was full (not oversold). But adding the deadheading crew put them in the oversell situation.

This is from one of the pilot’s of the deadheading crew: “We were scheduled to DH on an earlier flight on Expressjet which went down for hours for MX, so scheduling reassigned us last minute to our medal” It was a last minute reassignment. They arrived at the gate after boarding began.

United basically has two options: 1) Remove a couple passengers to get the deadheading crew on board, or 2) cancel a flight the next morning that could have as many as 76 people on board. Clearly, United would rather choose option 1.

The first thing the gate agent will do is remove any “standby” passengers. If none are on board in the first place, then they will begin asking for people to voluntarily take a voucher and be put on the next flight, most likely the following morning. If there are no volunteers, the airline must remove revenue passengers.

To remove a revenue passenger, United follows a certain priority (the passengers are not selected randomly as so many articles and posts are claiming). Generally speaking, the first to be removed are passengers who bought from 3rd party sites like Expedia by time of check-in. Then it goes to by time of check-in. And the last in priority to be removed would be their MileagePlus members.

Keep in mind, all of this is explained in the fine print when you buy a ticket. United is obligated to get you to your final destination, but it doesn’t matter if it’s on the flight that you booked or next weekend. It’s all part of the contract.

Certainly, United was in a tough position, but they had no choice but to remove the passenger. And the passenger is on the property of United (technically a regional airline named Republic Airlines), and failure to comply with crew member instructions and contractual obligations as part of the ticket purchase puts the passenger and the airline in an unpleasant situation.

As a side note, as an airline pilot myself, I do not want to carry a passenger that demonstrates a refusal to follow instructions. In the event of an emergency, I expect that my orders will be followed without question. Failure to do so could have deadly consequences.

The flight the following morning was already being delayed so that the deadheading crew could have the minimum required rest under 14 CFR 117 (10 hours from the end of their duty period at the airport until they report the next day). The drive from Chicago O’Hare to Louisville is 4 hours 56 minutes according to Google Maps. Further delaying and disrupting 76 passengers the next morning so that they don’t have to displace a couple passengers the night before would be a strange decision. And chartering an airplane to move a crew is even more expensive.

In this one instance, United is facing a dreadful and costly PR nightmare. But most often it is the cheapest and most efficient option.

United (and every other airline for that matter) has determined that it is more cost effective for them to simply have rules 21 and 25 in their contract of carriage that allow them to remove a passenger.

Of course, the left (and most people) is(are) enraged:

Even the great Glenn Greenwald is feeding into the hysteria:

That’s Capitalism!!! (RAGE!!!)

Continue reading “United Airlines Physically Removes Passenger, Some Perspective”