Tuesday, 6 March 2012

The Campaign For Liberty

Image from www.dailypaul.com

I mentioned at the start of this year a list of big events that will shape the future of the world that are set to occur this year. Amongst them lies a flicker of hope for the United States of America. The United States were born out of the fierce independent spirit of the European colonists inhabiting the Southern part of British North America. They wanted to live without high taxation, without a heavy handed government dictating to the populace, to be able to think and say whatever they wanted.
Look at the United States of America today, they have a federal reserve vacuuming every bit of cash it can, a military that is sent to police the world, increasing taxes, more and more legislation controlling the minutiae of everyday life. Programs to control education, to nationalise the health care system (practicable in Europe but not in the US in my opinion) and a 'democratic' system that produces the same wealthy, Israel backing candidates every four years.

There is one candidate that stands out though and I'm sure you noticed the man's image at the top of the article.  Dr. Ron Paul, a USAAF veteran and practicing obstetrician-gynaecologist for twenty years. he has never voted to increase taxes, he has never voted to approve a budget deficit,  he has consistently warned against the danger of inflation and voted against against the Iraq War.

The man stands for everything that America was founded to be and against everything the Globalists wish it to become.

I have posted video blogs made by a friend of mine here a few times, that same friend works tirelessly for Ron Paul's campaign in California, they have a chance of winning the primary there. I urge you to help Ron Paul's campaign in anyway, please visit the campaign website here:

I also urge you to donate to the campaign in California, the candidates often work hard and the expenses of campaigning are often taken from their own pockets. Here is their website:

I wish all American patriots fighting for the liberty of their nation the best of luck in all of their political endeavours.

Friday, 2 March 2012

Black March

Starting yesterday (it escaped me notice yesterday), this month shall be called Black March. If you have read the above you will know that this means a boycott of purchasing or otherwise procuring entertainment media. I support this wholeheartedly.

The media has long been an enemy of human liberty and a propaganda tool for the enemies of human civilisation.But this is beside the point. Hollywood, the television studios, the major music labels, all of the major players are backing attempts to introduce censorship into western internet usage. The SOPA and PIPA acts are being used to do this on the pretext that internet piracy is damaging their business.

I say that this is pure hogwash. What is damaging these businesses is a combination of economic recession affecting buying power, a decline in the quality of popular music, films and television programmes, the shaky quality levels of video games and more importantly the high prices often required to indulge in these forms of entertainment.

To blame piracy for these things is arrogant and absurd, it only shows just how distanced the elites who own the major record labels (which often own many smaller labels also) and the execs of the film studios are from the rest of us. To them, undoubtedly cinema prices are a bargain and £20 for a DVD film is a good way to get rid of loose change.

The quality as I mentioned is also appalling, you only have to watch the talking picture box in the corner of your room to see advertisements for god-awful films featuring untalented actors and unimaginative plots to realise why Hollywood is losing so much money. How much does every piece of two hour trash cost?

More than most of us can ever dream of owning and yet Hollywood makes dozens of such things every year, and then the execs wonder why they are running short of $100 bills to wipe their arses with!
These wealthy men and women do not care that we mere mortals may not have the money to pay high prices for products of wildly varying quality.

Disc based media is a good example of how media can be reproduced cheaply and reliably and yet large companies see fit to play 'dinosaur' and pretend that anything produced by their factories must be worth far more than the cost and that it is a pleasure for us plebs to be the recipients of their digitally encoded generosity, whatever price we must pay for it.

As a man of progress and a man who loves the arts and occasionally contributes to them it pains me to see the money that these companies can throw around to publicise and produce their sexually deviant music or their inane films. These companies could encourage a love of knowledge, portray the bravery of countless soldiers, question the more insane parts of our culture, instead they give us women in skimpy outfits killing much loved songs and cookie cutter rom-coms featuring the vacuum of talent that is Hugh Grant.

More can be said about other motives for the PIPA and SOPA acts, it is likely they are a wedge into the door to allow more and more internet censorship but I feel that enough has been said for now.

Hit them where it hurts and show them what we really think of the arrogant leeches.