DHS vs. Freedom-Oriented Peoplehttp://www.examiner.com/article/dhs-to-intensify-attacks-on-freedom-oriented-citizens
This purge would be in the form of prosecution through the courts. The objective would be to silence their voices and remove them from society by tossing them into prison where they could spend years and a ton of money attempting to get out of jail and defend their reputations. The "progressives" in the administration and Congress believe that the lame duck period just after the November midterm elections is the time to move swiftly to get these things done. Obama doesn't have to face reelection. And if the internal polling being done by both Democrats and Republicans is true, the Democrats will be forced into minority status in the Senate in addition to the House. Thus, in the two months after the election prior to the time when the new Congress is sworn in in January of 2015, a golden opportunity exists for the "progressive" elitist tyrants to make their move.More Free Town Project
[A lot of people apparently still read this forum, so that's why I still post here.]
I initially titled this thread: More Free Town Project or Free County Project. And here's what I said about it back in September.
Government is moral, if it is self-government and if it is not abusive.
Most governments in the U.S. have become incorporated, apparently. Does anyone have much knowledge about corporate government law and the history of corporate government? Know any good literature on it?
The Constitution is said to be the supreme law of the nation, but corporate governments seem to like to deny that.Ideas to Improve Local Government
If libertarians get elected to local office, here are some proposals I have for local ordinances.
- Make all local Residents co-owners of local government property, taxfree.
- Deputize all local residents who have committed no major crimes.
[And issue free driver's licenses and plates to all deputies, or all residents.]
- Local government should not prosecute "illegal" drug users; just prosecute violent people and promote recovery programs for addicts.
- Protect Residents from corrupt government via Oathkeepers etc, by not permitting state or federal officers from prosecuting tax "evasion", driving without license or insurance, "illegal" drug users, or other abusive policies.
- Local government should buy goods wholesale for local Residents to increase their buying power.
- Have a health department to promote good health to residents and to counter false media propaganda.
- Try CAFR1.com etc for no taxation.
- Try Michael Hudson's Econonics, minimum wage job guarantee, etc, to prevent poverty.
- Promote Savory's Antidesertification, Organic Farming, permaculture, etc, to improve the land for present and future generations.How the Ruling Class Maintains Hereditary Power
I first heard of Catherine Austin Fitts maybe 10 years ago. She has a website called Solari.com, which occasionally used to have some interesting articles, but it's generally a rather boring site, I think, although she seems to have some good info on how the Ruling Class is screwing over the rest of the people.
Here's a video of her from last year that I viewed recently:
Catherine Austin Fitts at the Secret Space Program Conference, 2014 San Mateohttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w0mimIp8mr8Destroy Communities, Then Buy the Land Cheap
At the 22 minute mark, she explained that the Ruling Class has been behind bringing drugs into communities, via the CIA etc, and doing mortgage fraud, to destroy the communities with communities' own money, then the Ruling Class can buy up the property real cheap. They have plenty of other ways to screw us over though, such as the following example.
Last winter I was in the L.A. area, riding with some friends on the freeway. We passed an exit that used to provide convenient access to the community around Universal Studios and someone mentioned that it's too bad the government is closing that exit, because it greatly increases traffic congestion and people in that community now have to go a long way to get on and off the freeway. They said the people in the L.A. area complained a lot about closing the exit and they lobbied to keep it open, but the government ignored the people. Then I found that Universal Studios is trying to expand and build a theme park or something. So closing the exit should benefit them a lot, because demand for housing in that area will go down and owners will have to sell at lower prices, so Universal can buy up such properties cheap. The stock holders of Universal obviously have a lot of clout with the California government.Community Land Trusts for Protectionhttp://www.thenation.com/article/how-to-get-rid-of-your-landlord-and-socialize-american-housing-in-3-easy-steps/
Here's an excerpt from this article. It's not about socialism, but self-government.- But why endow private profit-motivated interests control over construction at all? There is no reason to suspect that a given property-development capitalist should be more capable of determining for a community what optimally desirable new buildings to produce than the community itself is. Luckily, there is an entity capable of turning development over to the most concerned parties: nonprofit community land trusts, their boards typically composed at least one-third of residents, take land off the market, and lease homes long-term to residents at below-market rates, retaining the majority of the home equity gained over time.
- The predominantly black and Latino residents of the Dudley Street area of Roxbury, one of Boston’s poorest neighborhoods, got Boston city officials to take the unprecedented step of granting the power of eminent domain to the community for more than 1,300 parcels of abandoned land. With this tract, the Dudley Street Neighborhood Initiative (DSNI) established a community land trust that has democratically directed a renovation project resulting in hundreds of affordable-housing units and other public spaces, among them community centers, new schools, a community greenhouse, parks, and playgrounds.
- While the rest of Boston has lately struggled with a blight of post-bubble vacancies, followed by a massive wave of turn-overs due to rising rents, residents of DSNI’s land trust maintained a stable community. Most of the first batch of houses sold on the trust still contain their initial owners, who are passing them on to their children. “If you’re looking to buy a house, flip it, and speculate elsewhere,” says Tony Hernandez, longtime resident and director of operations for the land trust, “you’d better move on, because that’s not what this is intended for.”Secret Space Program
I didn't listen to any of the secret space program info lately, but I heard about it 20 years ago. There's also discussion of underground bases, which I heard of back then too. Catherine talked about trillions of dollars that go missing from the Pentagon and other agencies every year, which she says goes into a black budget and which the government has no control over. She used to work in HUD under Bush Sr., so she got a lot of her info that way. She tried to get defense contractors to give her info on how much money they spend and what it's used for, but the contractors refused to give her the info. She says the contractors now control the government.