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anarchists finish last...

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Tango3, Dec 1, 2007.

  1. Tango3

    Tango3 Aimless wanderer

    controversy central,
    rather long essay by kurt saxon (theauthor of the poor man'sj ames bond) plenty of meat for discussion..


    [SIZE=+2]By Kurt Saxon[/SIZE]
    [SIZE=+1]Webster's New Collegiate Dictionary; Anarchist 1: one who rebels against any authority, established order, or ruling power 2: one who believes in , advocates, or promotes anarchism or anarchy: especially one who uses violent means to overthrow the established order[/SIZE]
    [SIZE=+1]On the evening show of March 5th, I was accused of routinely turning over my customer list to the FBI. This was absurd, as the FBI would have no use for such a list. If my list were requested, I would demand proof that the list would solve or prevent a crime. No such proof would be possible.[/SIZE]
    [SIZE=+1]Only one such request had been made in the twenty-five years I've been in business. This was in 1984 when there was a rash of murders by poison in Chicago. Tylenol capsules were emptied and filled with potassium cyanide. Three or four were put back in the bottle and returned to the store.[/SIZE]
    [SIZE=+1]Since only one poison capsule was needed, the FBI had the others to test. I had been selling cyanide capsules for $.50 each with a book order. I gave a sample to the agent, telling him that every batch of cyanide had its own signature. A lab test of each sample would show that mine were from a different batch.[/SIZE]
    [SIZE=+1]No matter, he wanted my list for the agents in Chicago. I told him not without a Federal warrant and he said he would get one. Weeks later, I was requested to go to the Highway Patrol office, pick up my subpoena and leave the list. I was angry and snatched up the first list I saw in the office. When I told my wife, she checked and found I had given them a list that was four years old, long before I had been selling cyanide. Nothing came of that and I have not been bothered since.[/SIZE]
    [SIZE=+1]On three occasions, the FBI called, telling me they had a bombing suspect. They requested that I check my records for a name, to see if the suspect had bought The Poor Man's James Bond from me. I could see no use for such information but complied. In no case was the suspect a customer of mine.[/SIZE]
    [SIZE=+1]I have never complied in such a way that a customer would be bothered. It would not do my business any good. Even so, I am not obliged to protect criminals.[/SIZE]
    [SIZE=+1]The calls I got!! I was informed that the FBI was the enemy. Now I was the enemy, too.[/SIZE]
    [SIZE=+1]A few minutes thinking, which most new anarchists are incapable of, would make them realize that lists of book customers would serve no purpose. But lists of anti-government types would. Whereas ordering books on weaponry simply shows interest but not necessarily intent to cause harm, subscriptions to anti-government material certainly indicate animosity to our government.[/SIZE]
    [SIZE=+1]If the Justice Department felt a need, they would request, and get, lists of all subscribers to The Spotlight and other anti-government newsletters, militia membership lists, etc. If the bombings continue they probably will, even if they have to get an amendment to the Constitution declaring the new anarchists a national menace and overriding the search and seizure laws. And since these people consider our government a tyranny how could they doubt such measures will be implemented?[/SIZE]
    [SIZE=+1]The FBI is part of the Justice Department, which is a part of the U. S. Government. To quote Bo Gritz, "Your government is your enemy". According to the callers, it is treason to cooperate with the FBI or any branch of the government.[/SIZE]
    [SIZE=+1]Neither the FBI nor our government is the enemy of any law- abiding citizen. Such talk reminds me of the leftist punks of the '60's who referred to our police as pigs. They too hated the government, the FBI, and all forms of authority. We on the right considered them anarchists and traitors.[/SIZE]
    [SIZE=+1]Anarchism is not a system like Capitalism, Communism, Fascism, etc. It is an anti-system. It manifests as hatred of all authority and the government, any government, all government. No laws, rules, restrictions. No drivers' licenses no Social Security numbers; anarchism.[/SIZE]
    [SIZE=+1]They go on about the Constitution, which few of them have read and fewer understand. They would reject any part of it which they disagreed with, as a violation of their Constitutional rights. The Constitution gives no immunity from laws upheld by the various states.[/SIZE]
    [SIZE=+1]A large part of their ranting concerns Ruby Ridge and Waco wherein two disturbed persons set up situations our Justice Department was untrained to deal with. Everything went wrong, naturally. This was a boon for the anti-government agitators. They described Ruby Ridge and Waco as government standard operating procedures and that law-abiding citizens were next. That this was a lie was proven at Justice Township and the " Freemen" where no shots were fired and the crooks were taken off to prison without incident. Another case was the Viper Militia in Phoenix. These and other examples show that the Justice Department has learned its lessons and will add no more fuel to the anarchist's fires.[/SIZE]
    [SIZE=+1]From early childhood I was taught that the police, whether civil or Federal were protectors of society. It would never occur to me to fail to cooperate with the authorities within reason. I speak for most Americans.[/SIZE]
    [SIZE=+1]America is not simply a territory. It is a bonding of Government and people. Being anti-government is being anti- American. Although our government is flawed and the people are degenerating by the hour, it is the only government we have. We had better keep it going as long as we can.[/SIZE]
    [SIZE=+1]As our Naval hero, Stephen Decatur said, "My country, may she always be right. But right or wrong, my country". People who want to bring our government down do not know the difference between patriotism and treason. They are plainly and simply anarchists.[/SIZE]
    [SIZE=+1]They are motivated by fear and anger. Fear and anger clouds the mind, preventing reason. Those who control minds through the many anti-government short wave programs keep their suckers in such a constant state of agitation that they are in a perpetual state of the fight or flight syndrome, preventing rational thought. In this state, they fantasize taking over our government.[/SIZE]
    [SIZE=+1]Owing to their small number, maybe 200,000, of which no more than 10,000 are active, these new anarchists live in a world of paranoid delusion. For such a wretched lot to take over our country reminds me of a flea with an erection, floating on his back down the Chicago river, hollering "Raise the bridge".[/SIZE]
    [SIZE=+1]But a sad fate awaits most of them. With their hatred and ignorance, the collapse will find them without friends or allies in their communities. Knowing nothing but how to condemn and accuse, seeing enemies everywhere, they will cause dissension among those welcoming only those with practical knowledge. They will also be considered by many to be the cause of the collapse. They will be driven out of the community or killed.[/SIZE]
    [SIZE=+1]But just for the fun of it, let's imagine how it would be if when the government fell, their kind took over. How long would they last?[/SIZE]
    [SIZE=+1]History shows that when radicals get rid of their government, replacing it with the next government, that government gets rid of them.[/SIZE]
    [SIZE=+1]A good example is the French Revolution. Here is what happened to those who made the revolution and toppled the monarchy. It is from Funk and Wagnall's New Encyclopedia.[/SIZE]
    • [SIZE=+1]Struggle for Power. The factional struggle between the Committee of Public Safety and the extreme group surrounding Hebert was resolved with the execution, on March 24, 1794, of Hebert and his principal associates. Within two weeks, Robespierre moved against the Dantonists, who had begun to demand peace and an end of the terror. Danton and his principal colleagues were beheaded on April 6. As result of these purges and wholesale reprisals against supporters of the two factions, Robespierre lost the backing of many leading Jacobins, especially those who feared for their own safety.[/SIZE]
      • [SIZE=+1]Doubt regarding the necessity of Robespierre's terroristic security measures became widespread. The general dissatisfaction with the leader of he Committee of Public Safety shortly developed into full- fledged conspiracy. Robespierre, Saint-Just, Couthon, and ninety-eight of their followers were seized on July 27, the Ninth Thermidor by the Republican calendar, and beheaded the following day. The Ninth Thermidor is generally regarded as marking the end of the "Republic of Virtue".[/SIZE]
    [SIZE=+1]When anarchists destroy their government and everything it stands for, their job is done and their usefulness over. Their ignorance of state craft and their fanaticism disqualifies them from a place in the new government. The more conservative of the radicals, who know that order must prevail if a system is to survive, must get rid of the anarchists.[/SIZE]
    [SIZE=+1]As with the French Revolution, which slaughtered its anarchists, so with the Russian Revolution. The Mensheviks toppled the Czarist regime. They were wiped out by the Bolsheviks. The Bolsheviks then turned on their own anarchists, killed most them and set up the most despotic bureaucracy in history.[/SIZE]
    [SIZE=+1]When Hitler came to power, he killed Ernst Roehm and thousands of storm troopers loyal to him. Hitler had what he wanted. Roehm wanted the revolution to continue. Mao Tse Tung killed most of his most fanatic followers also.[/SIZE]
    [SIZE=+1]The same thing would happen to the government-hating new anarchists if they should take over after the collapse. Those controlling their minds would have to eliminate them for the same reasons stated above.[/SIZE]
    [SIZE=+1]But a takeover by the new anarchists is unlikely. They are so hateful and vindictive, normal people simply do not like them.[/SIZE]
    [SIZE=+1]Up to now I had let them on my program as people who simply disagreed with me. It was often entertaining. I did get occasional complaints from normal listeners who were bored by them.[/SIZE]
    [SIZE=+1]But now that they have replaced debate with lies about me, I realize they are vicious and unworthy of time on my program. From now on, anyone spouting their anti-American garbage will be turned off.[/SIZE]
    [SIZE=+1]America, love it or leave it!![/SIZE]
  2. Tango3

    Tango3 Aimless wanderer

    I get the impression this was written during the nineties patriot movement times, wonder what his impressions would be in 08. I found it interesting; historically; the "peoples" foot soldiers were turned on by their sponsors, once the revolutionary "dirty work"had been accomplished.
  3. Blackjack

    Blackjack Monkey+++

    [SIZE=+1]"My country, may she always be right. But right or wrong, my country"

    [/SIZE]This is a VERY dangerous attitude.
  4. Tango3

    Tango3 Aimless wanderer

    This from a guy who made his living selling radicals books(and cyanide capsules??). I agree he leaves no room for dissent.
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