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Oct 6, 2018 10 tweets 3 min read
I know I'm not the purest anarchist in the bunker.

My preference for obsolescence and deconstruction leaves me a passive follow-behind amidst the #collapsitarian and #btfsttg friends I have.

But there is one point on which I will inevitably be considered radical: The governmental monopoly on violence.

Like all government-enabled trusts and monopolies, the few permitted to "provide for the common defense", often called the military-industrial complex but also including the intelligence community complexes, lock out competition.
Aug 22, 2018 27 tweets 8 min read
(1) The story of #RubyRidge is nothing but heartbreaking.

Let's take a moment to discuss a story the Federal Government would rather be forgotten. A story of a family that only wanted to worship their God, raise their children, and be left alone. (2) #StoryTime. Ruby Ridge is an outstretch of mountains in the northernmost part of Idaho, in a county named Boundary, as it rests right along the Canadian border, between the Washington and Montana borders.

When someone wants to be left alone, Ruby Ridge is one place they go.
Jul 17, 2018 23 tweets 6 min read
(1) I find this to be a fascinating interview. Chris Wallace sits down with President Putin.

(2) Wallace is clearly trying to frame his questions to force the false pretense of Russians hacking into an e-mail account being tantamount to election interference.

But Putin isn't playing that game.
Jun 27, 2018 18 tweets 6 min read
(1) The #California Legislature is panicking tonight. They're currently presented with a watered-down #ConsumerProtection bill that would require tech companies to disclose the data collected on users, and delete the data collected on them at request. leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/billNavC… (2) This bill poses a huge threat to the profits of FAANG corporations, and it poses a threat to the companies who rely on this data to sell advertisers and political groups analytics on prospective consumers/voters.

Why is it such a problem, though?