Collectivism

Socialist Academics Contributed to the Rise of the Third Reich

Source: Foundation for Economic Education November 20, 2017 by Britanny Hunter Nazism did not simply appear out of thin air and infect the minds of docile German people. Throughout the last three chapters of F.A. Hayek’s The Road to Serfdom, I have found myself questioning whether I am still reading …

Collectivism

The Friendly Faces of Fascism

Source: The Burning Platform November 19, 2017 Robert Gore Like flies drawn to steaming manure, tycoons are drawn to politics and government, all in the interests of a better world, of course. There are two modes of human interaction: voluntary and involuntary. The symbol of the former is the market; …

Government

Warning: One of These Monopolies is Going to Control You

Source: The Daily Bell November 16, 2017 By Joe Jarvis Why are governments so interested in breaking up monopolies? To protect the biggest monopoly of all, the government. The American people are skilled mental gymnasts. They can totally agree that monopolies in the private sector are bad. But monopolies on …

Kakistocracy

Why the Worst Humans Are Able to Rise to Power

Source: Foundation for Economic Education November 13, 2017 by  Brittany Hunter In chapter ten of The Road to Serfdom, “Why the Worst Get on Top,” Hayek continues to warn about the dangers of planned economies, but with a slightly different approach from earlier chapters. Stepping into new territory, here we …

Abuse of Power

Whitefish Scandal Shows Government Takes Advantage When Needed Most

Source: The Daily Bell November 1, 2017 By The Daily Bell Staff Just when people need the government most, is when you will find politicians at their sleaziest. Over a month after Hurricane Maria pummeled Puerto Rico, about three-quarters of the Island is still without power. But rather than respond …

Tyranny

Madrid’s Fascist Boot Stomps on Catalonia

Source: Global Intelligence October 30, 2017 by Stephen Lendman Fascist police states give no quarter, using force and other underhanded tactics to assert their will – the way Washington, Spain and other Western governments operate. Spanish PM Mariano Rajoy revealed his regime’s ugly face by appalling referendum day police state …

Authoritarianism

Don’t Be Surprised by Authoritarianism

Source: Foundation for Economic Education October 21, 2017 by  Isaac M. Morehouse Most kids are conditioned almost from day one to obey arbitrary authority. No one attempts to explain or justify the source of the parent or teacher’s authority; no consent is sought, and no choice is offered. Schools demand …

Technocracy

Nanochips and Smart Dust: The Dangerous New Face of the Human Microchipping Agenda

Source: The Freedom Articles October 20, 2017 Makia Freeman Nanochips and Smart Dust are the new technological means for the advancement of the human microchipping agenda. Due to their incredibly tiny size, both nanochips and Smart dust have the capacity to infiltrate the human body, become lodged within, and begin …

Government

This Is How Tyranny Rises and Freedom Falls: The Experiment in Freedom Is Failing

Source: The Rutherford Institute October 16, 2017 John W. Whitehead “Every day I ask myself the same question: How can this be happening in America? How can people like these be in charge of our country? If I didn’t see it with my own eyes, I’d think I was having …

Fraud
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Cooking Books: DOD, HUD Defrauded Taxpayers Of $21 Trillion From 1998 To 2015

Source: Mint Press News October 7, 2017 By Whitney Webb Last year, a Reuters article brought renewed scrutiny to the budgeting practices of the U.S. Department of Defense (DOD), specifically the U.S. Army, after it was revealed that the department  had “lost” $6.5 trillion in 2015 due to “wrongful budget …