Thursday, August 28, 2014

Those wacky socialists and their "borders"

The whole "border" and "immigration" problem are socialist-created crises. Or perhaps I should say collectivist-created.

If there were no superstitious belief in the existence of "public property" there would be no problem. People could defend their own property as they saw fit. But socialist/collectivists believe the State can "own" property. They also believe the State can control how you use- and how or whether you can defend- your own property. (Which you also must pay a yearly ransom to keep.)

It's like dogs' territoriality gone berserk- where a hypothetical barking dog thinks it can claim everything around him, including half a continent, as his own- no matter the other dogs living there. Claiming other people's property is socialistic.

Offering "free stuff"- which is never free- is also socialistic. No matter who the intended recipient may be.

Many of the migrants are also socialistic- believing they are "owed" passage across other people's private property, and "free stuff" once they settle somewhere. So you have the clash of the socialists.

I have no dog in the fight other than the fact the socialists pretend to have the authority to prevent me from defending my life, liberty, and property from any of their kind.



  1. Have you ever noticed that US loyalist/socialists claim “their borders” must not be crossed by “illegal immigrants” but see no problem when their precious soldier boys cross “borders” blatantly illegally (think Iraq and Afghanistan, among others) during armed invasions and occupations?

    1. I hadn't noticed. Hmmm.
      Yeah, just imagine if the "immigrants" they whine about came to America in the same way.

  2. Thank you Gentlemen,
    That is going to be used to troll conservative socialists with.

    I love savouring these Red-Pill moments when another piece of the statist matrix falls away, and my brain can be cleared of yet another piece of fly tipped cognitive dissonance.

  3. Many of us have some bad vibes about a guy named David Icke, but he does produce meticulously accurate videos and articles that put the issue into plain sight. I have been so saturated in my lifetime with manipulated information and ideas that create legitimacy to collectivism that it can seem frightening for me to even consider anarchy -- that I can be totally, 100% responsible for my life.

    Yet I am. Borders are but fictitious lines in the sand. "Police protection" is a nefarious illusion.
    Abstain from beans, my friends.