Jun 192024
 


“Is Europe turning far right?” That question is being asked by many commentators both in social media and in the mainstream media itself. Concluding that the the recent results in the European Union parliamentary elections represent a “conservative Red wave and a move to the Right,” expectations are high that the tide of tyranny is finally reaching an end.

Aside from the inconvenient fact that conservatism is associated with the color blue, and not red, one can never be certain what values most people associate with the Right. The same uncertainty presents itself regarding the association of conservatives, libertarians and Objectivists with the Right. One of the problems with the terms Left and Right is that to most people, these terms are not associated with definitive ideas but simply represent political opposition.

It’s safe to say that virtually all those on the Left are globalists, even if they are unaware of that term. They idealize a ‘nation-less’ world as some kind of utopia, utterly oblivious to the horrifying reality of that idea. Disappointingly (and surprising to some), conservatives, libertarians, and even Objectivists have many representatives and factions promulgating Leftist objectives and ideals, particularly globalism and an end to the sovereignty of nations.

Consequently, you can never be sure whether any of these individuals and groups are on the Left or Right until you understand their specific views and policies as measured against the understood and correct principles of each polarity.

‘Red’ or ‘Blue,’ whether that wave is truly moving in the Right direction is a question that can only be resolved when the wave reaches the shore of national governance.

When the Left constantly berates anything Right as being ‘far,’ ‘extreme,’ or whatever, the objective is to destroy the very concept of being Right. To the extent that they can get enough people to believe that being Just Right is simply not possible, the Left will continue to win the information war even in the midst of a ‘Red wave.’

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Jun 122024
 


The belief that Left and Right have become useless labels has been utterly destructive to those on the Right.

Expressing a recognition that conservatives and liberals have become a ‘uni-party,’ many on the Right have falsely operated on the assumption that, for example, Republicans represent the Right and Democrats represent the Left. The sad fact is that, just as ‘Republicans in name only’ (RINOs) are not Republicans, so too many on the right ‘wing’ are ‘Right in name only.’ Or in other words, their ideologies are Left.

How did this misconception of Left and Right arise?

That Republicans and Democrats sit in ‘opposition’ to each other leads most to believe that the split between them is ideological – Left versus Right. But the real ‘split’ is about power, not about ideology. (This principle also applies to parliamentary governments, where there is an ‘official opposition’ yet with little or no ideological difference to the ruling party.) Continue reading »

846 – United Freedom Party of Alberta—neither united nor free

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Feb 072024
 


Due to the emergence of an officially registered party in Alberta called the United Freedom Party (UFP), we find ourselves forced to conduct some damage control given our own association with Ontario’s officially registered Freedom Party. The two parties have literally nothing in common.

Organizers of the UFP, Luke Denis and Chris Hampton, have described themselves as “extreme right wing Christian conservatives,” whose key agenda includes the advancement of anarchy, libertarianism and the socialistic redistribution of wealth. Citing the “fifth greater re-set event being held right now, from the libertarian sector and the yellow and black anarchist types,” they attribute the current functionality of society on “some kind of magic hootenanny.” Seriously.

Unable to offer an objective definition of political freedom, the UFP organizers suggest that freedom is “the ability to do whatever one wants, so long as it does not ‘harm’ other individuals or the environment.” Among the ‘harms’ it includes in this definition is, for example, the inability or failure of a private road contractor to meet the financial or construction obligations of its contracted agreements. They appear to be unaware that using the so-called ‘harm’ argument to justify restricting freedom was the very ground on which everything from covid injections to wearing masks to mandated lockdowns was justified.

For the most part, the UFP’s perspective on politics and the economy is incoherent, contradictory, and so bizarrely oblivious to any kind of consistency or civilized standard that it is difficult to comprehend what kind of people would support such madness. The principle of justice, due process, or consent is nowhere to be found in their rhetoric. “We don’t need their bloody permission” they say of their fellow Albertans.

At one point it was suggested that Bill Gates should have been “murdered and ripped apart on stage.” They see people like Tucker Carlson and Douglas Murray as mostly “controlled opposition.”

Among the UFP’s bizarrely contradictory and anti-freedom proposals are the following:

The UFP would institute an across-the-board 3% resource tax and provide all Albertans with cheques drawn upon that account “because these are natural resources that we should share.”

In a pure Joe Biden open border policy, the party would “flood the province of Alberta with millions of people from outside the province (doubling Alberta’s population) who would theoretically support and vote for “unity” and “solidarity” though no means of vetting such people was deemed necessary. At the same time the party would expel all current Albertans who disagree with the party’s policies: “Get the ‘f’ out.”

On the democratic front, there is simply no way to reconcile or make sense of the party’s utterly contradictory and illogical proposals. On the one hand they would “remove the power of politicians” to legislate, and would “end the voting process after the UFP is voted into power.” On the other hand, they would encourage people to “vote more furiously in all the time honored ways of voting.” The UFP would also be in favor of “forming a new country” in the province of Alberta and within other jurisdictions around the world.

While they pay lip service to “private education” they claim the right to “educate the sheep” and “if you don’t like it get the ‘f’ out.”

And all this is just the tip of the iceberg of the UFP’s irrationality.

Claiming that ‘unity’ and ‘solidarity’ are their central concerns, one must question the motives of a party that would register in a province where there are already a myriad of conservative splinter groups with those same objectives, including Artur Pawlowski’s political party which had already successfully registered candidates in all of Alberta’s ridings.

Given the utter irrationality and contradictory statements made by the UFP, it’s beginning to look like the only way to define Alberta’s UFP in a way that’s Just Right is as some kind of psyop designed to disrupt and destroy any opposition to the existing regime.

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Jan 192023
 


No matter how bad things look on the political front, they are infinitely worse. That’s the takeaway from the documentary “From JFK to 9/11 – Everything Is A Rich Man’s Trick.”

After having been viewed by over a billion people in 2014 and then deplatformed, the film has now resurfaced along with an avalanche of similar accounts of just how criminally corrupt the American deep state and its political puppets are.

For most, these realities fly in the face of accepted narratives regarding everything from the 1963 assassination of John F Kennedy to the fundamental nature of our democracy itself.

Clearly, we can no more say that “the history is settled” than we can say “the science is settled,” and for most people this is very unsettling. But what’s really unsettling about the history in question is that it is merely the continuum of today’s current events, events leading us back to the very history so many believed was “settled.”

As we approach the brink of a third world war, the time has long passed that we acknowledge that the only winners of these wars are the oligarchs and criminals who create, finance, and profit by them.

The good news is that in the light of knowledge and understanding now surfacing, the historical record can finally be amended to reflect this political reality in a way that is Just Right, even though everything else about it is bad news.

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793 – The polarization of polarization—from anarchy to freedom

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Jan 122023
 


It’s remarkable how polarized people can get while objecting to political polarization.

Conditioned to believe that there is no longer any fundamental difference between the Left and Right, a reluctant awakening that the polarities of Left and Right remain persistent and represent real values continues to come as a shock to many.

Far from merely being an issue of semantics, the necessity of polarization is key to winning any political struggle. In this respect, the Left has the clear advantage.

Those struggling to find a place for freedom on a fictional “political spectrum” defined by the Left are clearly a lost constituency, lacking any identity or polarity by which to identify, organize, and unify. Given that “conservatives” no longer represent the Right, the fear of being labeled “right wing” coupled with a rejection of polarization has led many to destructive political alignments with anarchy and libertarianism.

Of course, all of this is to the advantage of the tyrannical Left, whose political victories have primarily been on the battlefield of definitions and propaganda. Until those who value freedom proudly recognize and proclaim their “Rightful” place on the political polarity, their struggle to be seen or heard will continue to be an unnecessarily difficult one.

The fact that freedom has always been Just Right for humanity is why that’s the only polarity where it can be found.

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777 – Unsustainable tyranny is the real development

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Sep 222022
 


The condition of tyranny is not “sustainable” in the traditional sense of that word because tyranny can only be “sustained” by the use of force and fraud. So when tyrannical governments begin to talk about “sustainable development” you can be certain that whatever is meant by that floating abstraction is not sustainable, and that the only development is a political one.

Perhaps the most significant recent “development” on the political front has been the Left’s escalated assault against Donald Trump as the mid-term elections draw ever closer. From lawsuits to all the frenzied propaganda about “right-wing extremism,” these actions are indicative of those in an urgent panic.

“Trump openly embraces Qanon (sic) conspiracies” read a Sept 19 Associated Press headline, which concluded by suggesting that this “allows Trump to endorse their beliefs and their hope for a violent uprising without expressly saying so.”

While that conclusion is once again a projection of how the Left thinks, the mere fact that the fake news media even acknowledged the ‘Q’ phenomenon in such a misrepresentative context is seen by many on the Right as a positive sign. It suggests an incredible insecurity and degree of fear on the part of the Left.

That fear is justified. Authoritarian de-population campaigns manifested through a fake pandemic, a fake vaccine, a fake climate crisis, fake sustainable development agendas, and a fake concern for anyone’s well-being have all taken their toll and become too obvious to avoid.

The current wave of propaganda warning how “right-wing extremism” is becoming increasingly mainstream is simply more evidence that the Left is losing ground. Worse, the Left fears being held accountable for failing to do what’s Right – which is always and unavoidably an “extreme” position to take, just as are all things Left.

To the authoritarians on the Left, you’re an extremist if you dare to question authority before authority questions you. Funnily enough, on that count they might be Just Right.

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760 – Projecting a state of freedom | Derek Proulx

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May 262022
 


“Live free or die” is the state motto of New Hampshire, and our guest Derek Proulx, a volunteer with the Free State Project elaborates: “…for death is not the worst of evils – slavery is.”

The strategy behind the project depends upon attracting a significant number of liberty-minded activists to a single state, one with a low enough population to effectively enable them to lobby and influence the local culture so as to elect more freedom-oriented political representatives to local governments.

Remarkably, there are other similar projects springing up, such as one now underway in Alberta involving the separation of that province from the rest of Canada. Its proponents argue that Alberta must be freed from the tyranny and “abuse” of the federal government.

But why these strategies? It appears the realization that freedom-loving people are a minority is causing many of them to create a refuge from the submissive majority. The success of their efforts is being measured against how well a particular ‘free state’ can maintain its independence and freedom segregated from the majority culture.

In the short run, this strategy can be judged successful but the greater challenge – and long-term danger – still remains. A free state cannot long co-exist next to a tyrannical state, let alone within one, as is the case with provinces and states within their republics or confederations. History and logic both demonstrate that the more dominant state will inevitably rule the smaller.

Thus the necessity of inculcating a philosophy and deep understanding of the nature of individual freedom remains an eternal task, one that must be directed beyond the confines of a segregated jurisdiction
. Establishing a universal awareness and appreciation of freedom’s profound virtue and benefits is a cultural pre-requisite towards establishing any free state – or free nation – or free world – in a manner that’s Just Right.

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