Posts Tagged ‘corporatism’

Mussolini’s Triumph: Obamacare, America Goes Fascist

October 17, 2013

Benito Mussolini must be smiling in the ash pile, 68 years after his death,  as the United States of America goes Fascist, forcing its citizens to buy insurance from private corporations.

Mussolini summed up Fascism in these words, “Il Fascismo e il Corporatismo”, Fascism is Corporatism, and today, October 17, 2013, with the failure of the Senate to stop the implimentation of Obamacare, Fascism has been firmly established in America.

No longer will a citizen be allowed to just exist on his own, violating nobody’s property rights, and not demanding that anybody else’s property rights should be violated for his benefit. The Constitution acknowledged the Human Being’s “inalienable” Right to his Life and Liberty, and to be left alone in privacy, but now Obama and his Democrats have finally overthrown those Rights, and turned all Americans into the slaves of the corporations — either that or live in poverty and let someone else slog all day to pay for your insurance, a kind of forced corruption of the Individual by the Government — or else pay the fine/tax, which of course forces you to dedicate your life and liberty to getting the money to pay the fine, a form of involuntary servitude. Clearly this is not only grossly Immoral, but also Unconstitutional, and no matter what the supreme court says, 5 to 4, it is clear to any logically thinking American that it is Unconstitutional.

It has taken 237 years for the overthrow of the Jeffersonian Constitution by the Corporate Fascists. Jefferson said that government, though a necessary evil, was essentially an evil because of the massive power it placed in the hands of individuals in the government, and that only the chains of the Constitution and the Bill of Rights could hold it down.

It took the Totalitarians 237 years to overthrow the Constitution of Indiviidual Liberty. Today they are laughing, and Jefferson is crying.

And on the ash pile, Mussolini is smiling.

Hoooooooooooooooooooooooooowwwwwwwwwwwwwww! — Silverwolf

Libertarianism: Individual vs. Corporate

June 22, 2012

Silverwolf believes there is a necessary distinction that needs to be made when one bandies about the term “Libertarian”; a distinction that is often blurred over. There are two views of Libertarianism: the Individual view and the corporate view. The Individual view is represented largely by the thought of Ron Paul, who has pointed out that Corporatism fundamentally runs the Federal Government and is the essence of Fascism according to its founder, War Criminal Mussolini, and the corporate view, which is largely represented by the remainder of the Republican Party, which is that Corporations are Individuals. It is the Mises Institute in contrast to the Cato Institute. It is a battle pitting the Individual against the Collective.

One of the necessities in our law that needs correcting, which Ron Paul has also pointed out, is the absurdity of the Supreme Court rulings that place the corporation on the same level as the Individual. This fabricated equality, nowhere present in our Constitution, which is a paean of praise to Individual Rights, must be overturned in Law even if it means impeaching Supreme Court Justices or Chief Justices. Mitt Romney says “Corporations are people.” Ron Paul says, “Individuals are people.”

Now lets examine the “corporation”. First of all, it is a notional concept, not a being in reality. A corporation is not an Individual; it is a Collectivist entity — basically a gang of Capitalists, with special legal advantages and usually lower-than-individual income tax rates, who are ganging up against Individual Capitalists. This Collectivist entity should have no special privileges; nay, on the contrary, it is the Individual who should always come before this Collectivist entity.

Silverwolf sees that the main body of the Republican Party is now, with the Romney nomination in the bag, shifting towards this Corporate Collectivism, and, unfortunately, Gary Johnson too has many Corporate ideas that should be anathema to Individualistic Libertarianism, like school vouchers that will subsidize private school profits, and privatizing prisons, which seems like a green light for prisoner abuse without legal recourse, justified by the usual cost-savings arguments of the Pragmatists, and even a zero income tax for corporations.  Now, Silverwolf opposes the Individual income tax and the Estate and inheritance taxes, both Federal and State, based on the Constitutionally guaranteed Rights, but he sees nothing in the Constitution that forbids the taxation of a Collectivist entity known as the Corporation. This income tax could be tailored to exclude small businesses and individuals who want to take advantage of the liability advantages of incorporating, perhaps starting at a $5 million AGI, so that only really large, affluent corporations would be subject to the income tax. Perhaps this tax, in combination with Constitutional limited government would be all that was necessary to fund the Federal Budget, and once the U.S. budget deficit and Federal debt have been erased and effaced from the surface of the earth, then the corporations can also have a zero tax rate, or near zero if there were no other tax sources such as, for example, an excise tax on products from Fascist dictatorships like Red China, Indonesia, and Iran.

Still, despite his shortcomings, Gary Johnson will be the necessary choice for Libertarians and Ron Paul Republicans because voting for Romney or Obama will leave blood on your hands. When voting for evil will mean someone innocent gets murdered, vote for the neutral but moral choice, even if you think it is a sure loser. At least you will not be directly complicit in Immorality. You won’t have blood on your hands, and perhaps that is the most important fact when you’re coming out of the voting booth.

Silverwolf believes that true Libertarianism should always stress the Individual, which is a Reality, and not the Corporation, which is a notional nothingness masquerading as an Individual Reality. The Republicans and Democrats will constantly try to blur this distinction, as will those “Cato” Libertarians who are gung-ho on the Corporations. Usually because they own lots of stock in them.

If we are to have collective security, we must defend the Rights of the Individual over and above those of the Collective. This is one of the cornerstones of Libertarianism, without which so-called Corporate Libertarianism would soon be indistinguishable from Fascism, as it is in America where Obama is letting the Corporate frackers destroy thousands of Individual’s properties by ruining their water supplies. This is the quality of Obama’s “environmentalism”, about equal to the quality of the homesteader’s polluted well. Environmentalism and Libertarianism share a common goal: defending the Individual against Property Rights Aggressions from other men or groups of men. The groups of men are often now called “Corporations”.

Face it, it has come down to the Individual and the Earth ranged against the Corporate might of the Democratic and Republican Parties. If Man and Life on Earth are not to perish, the Individual must win out.

Hooooooooooooooooooooooooooooowwwwwwwwwww! — Silverwolf

The FED Violates Vegan Rights, and Everybody Elses Too

December 2, 2010

Thanks to Congressman Ron Paul’s persistent calls for auditing the FED, and FED transparency, the Federal Reserve today reluctantly disclosed the roster of names of institutions it had made loans to. It was not a pretty picture.

For not only had the FED loaned money to U.S. banks, as one would have imagined the FED should be limited to by common sense and by law, but it had also loaned money to McDonalds, hedge funds, and even foreign Swiss banks, as well as a massive loan to Pimco, which obviously undermines the validity in the minds of investors of any pronunciamentos coming from the famous names at that company. Bloomberg News even mentions a loan to an individual, Michael Dell.

Quite apart from the unfairness of this process, and the massive danger this precedent creates for the future of Capitalism in America, since now any Socialist government in America can merely call on its FED to restore “order to the markets” by massively intervening to produce profits for those companies given the blessing of any future Communistic or Fascist regime, this proposal is also a slap in the face to American Vegetarians and Vegans, as well as the Hindu-American Community,  who are being forced, through the FED, to support a company which they feel great moral revulsion towards, and which they ardently hope will go belly-up. They may even intentionally boycott all the non-meat products of this company, in order not to give it any profits whatsoever, and thus hasten its demise.  But here comes the Federal Reserve, bailing out one of the cruelest and most ecologically-destructive companies in America (in Silverwolf’s opinion) against the moral values of those who are forced, through their taxes, to supply the money the FED throws at these companies. This is all deeply immoral, and totally contrary to the concept of Government which Thomas Jefferson held. Just as we need a complete separation of Church and State, so we also need a complete separation of Economy and State, with the one exception of when people are actually starving in the streets.

Those who thought that Congressman Ron Paul’s warnings against Federal Reserve shenanigans were a little extreme, are finding out that they were not extreme at all, but highly accurate, once again showing that Congressman Paul is probably the wisest Congressman in the Congress, in terms of his grasp of economics, American history, and political theory. Virtually all the politicians in Congress are just that: brainwashed and lazy politicians who are working for their lobbyists and their own bank accounts and retirement funds; very few have the energy to study and come to understand the three subjects which a great American statesman must master: economics (and not the Keynesian kind), American history, and Jeffersonian political theory. Virtually everything Congressman Paul had predicted for the Obama years has come true, with the exception of the collapse of the dollar. And that may still occur.

Whether you feel the FED should be abolished, like the Austrian School of Economics and the Mises Institute do, or whether you are a Keynesian who things the FED just needs to be “reformed”, you must acknowledge the outrageousness and danger of what the FED did with these loans. After looking at the roster, we can all commiserate much more fully with Congressman Paul’s repeated warnings.

And the Federal Reserve owes Hindu-Americans an apology.

Hoooooooooooooooooooooooowwwwww! — Silverwolf

The Health Care Bill: The Lowest Chop

December 25, 2009

“I’ll chop you so low, you’ll have to look up to look down!” This was one of the lowest “chops” of all, that art of crafting an insult which was quite an intellectual skill amongst the wolfcubs when Silverwolf was in the fifth grade, at the Collectivist brainwashing center. The above “chop” was Silverwolf’s favorite, and would endlessly puzzle his mind, as he tried to imagine looking up to indeed look down. It seemed a daunting task, intellectually, to grasp this notion, just as it was equally to grasp the idea of “what is on the edge of the universe” or “is there anything beyond the universe?”

Fast forward a few score years to December 24, 2009, a day that will live in Libertarian infamy, as Silverwolf finally discovered what the meaning of “I’ll chop you so low, you’ll have to look up to look down!” was.

It’s the Healthcare Bill, for it is this piece of legislation that has extinguished the last spark of Libertarian Freedom residing on the face of the earth. Singapore may have lower income tax rates, but that is one of the few positives to say about that sewer of Human Values, a “country” that has executed a young Australian man by hanging for possessing a few pounds of cannabis. But from the standpoint of Freedom, it was almost certainly in America that there was still some glimmer of Libertarian Freedom, some still-flaming embers, as the income tax rate was lowered a score of years back from the usuriously immoral rates perpetrated by the Democrats during the dark days from Truman up to Kennedy (including Eisenhower, who, like Churchill, became a milktoast Socialist after defeating the National Socialism of Hitler and his numerous German fans).

But these embers of a dying Capitalism and Human Freedom have been extinguished by this immoral Health Care Bill, which gives the corporate Socialists everything they want, and destroys the last vestige of that Bill of Rights which Jefferson and the Founding Fathers so passionately saw the necessity of. America has been castrated by the feminized Socialism of Roosevelt through Clinton-Bush, and this Bill is the last nail in the coffin, for now, no longer is a Man Free in America, but he must now pay a corporate tithe every month just to exist as a Man, thus overthrowing the Creator-given Rights of Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness, which the Men who wrote the Constitution had the vast intelligence to appreciate. Mental pygmies like Pelosi and Senator Reid have not one iota of that hyper-intelligence which reeks through the writings of Jefferson, Madison, and Paine, or the slightest love of Human Freedom. They are working for that Corporate-Socialist agenda which completely subjugates the Individual to the Collective, just as was done by the Criminals, Hitler, Stalin, and Mao, and they have virtually succeeded. The “reconciliation” of the Senate and House versions will be used to imply that real debate and give and take have gone on, but the real damage, the destruction of the Individual’s Self-Ownership, one of the axiomatic foundations of Libertarian insight, has already been achieved by the Moral Castrates of the Democratic Majority in the Senate.

However, Goliath was sure that he would slay David, and the punters of the day were laying the odds that way, but things didn’t turn out as expected. Judging from the anger of callers to Liberal- and Moderate-Democratic talk-show hosts last week in San Francisco, a very Liberal town, Silverwolf would say that the Democrats, in their self-righteous blindness which they invariably display towards the morality of what they are doing, especially when it is deeply immoral (witness Sen. Feinstein’s staunch support for Legalized Murder — oh, I mean, Capital Punishment),  — these Democrats have finally slit their own wrists, metaphorically speaking, for they have not awoken to the fact that they are going to drive millions of Americans who either did not vote, or voted for them, believing the propaganda machine of Herr Obama, into a state of utter destitution when they suddenly have to use their food money to send off hundreds of dollars a month to a corporation that makes billions of dollars a year. This was the Clinton  plan; this was the plan that Obama said he staunchly opposed when he lied during his campaign against Her Highness in Iowa, as he let go another trial-balloon lie. By now a dozen have rolled off his back, as effortlessly as they rolled off a teflon Reagan-duck. Birds of a feather study evasion together.

And as for lukewarm Republicans amongst that 31 million who will now be forced under threat of robbery — I mean, tax penalty, to make their monthly contributions to the insurance mafias, well, you can be sure they will be transformed in strident Republicans. With all those millions now forced to pay monthly tribute to the insurance companies, it’s small wonder that insurance execs with tons of their own stocks made a mint the other day, when final passage was in sight.  No wonder insurance industry fan Buffett was so gungho on Barack. Qui bono? Who does it benefit? was the question that Professor Rothbard taught us to always pose when looking for the reasons for anti-Libertarian legislation. On this one, the answer is not difficult to determine.

When the half-of-Americans who are too indifferent to vote and the Obama-fans-no-longer who must now pay through the nose, without their beloved “public option”, are joined by angry Republicans, there will be a Libertarian coalition formed that will rival anything seen since the Founding Fathers wrested the Colonies from Georgy-Porgy Puddinghead-Pie the Third, or J. Bracken Lee ran for President in the 50s as a Libertarian. Impinging on the Freedom of Individuals can have a tonic effect on those who take the comparative Freedom of America and the Western European Democracies as a social given which has existed since time immemorial, instead of a brief respite in the long history of Totalitarianism, which is one group of gangsters trying to ride herd over a vast number of Human Freedoms. The requirement to pay out hundreds a month just to exist will produce a bile so galling that it will be tastable in the American political mouth, and the only way to spit that taste out will be for the public to vote out the Democrats, and vote in Libertarians and Ron Paul economic-Republicans. And they will.

“Heat not a fire for thy adversary so hot that it do singe yourself” advised Shakespeare, but that is a lesson the Democrats never learned.

Arise America, retake your Freedom at the polls, and vote the Collectivist Scoundrels out forever!

And that will be the best chop of all.

Hoooooooooooooooooooooowwwwwwwwwwww! — Silverwolf