Mises: More politics means more conflict | Personal Liberty

Mises: More politics means more conflict | Personal Liberty.

An excellent essay.

And yes, I associate with other conservative, libertarian leaning patriots, not with leftist statists.

Why would I choose to associate with people whose political, moral, and social views and policies I find reprehensible, totalitarian, and sociopathic?

 

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Sultan Knish: A Nigerian Prince Called Islam

Sultan Knish: A Nigerian Prince Called Islam.

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Message to the Voting Cattle from Larken Rose | The Daily Sheeple

Message to the Voting Cattle from Larken Rose | The Daily Sheeple.

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Sipsey Street Irregulars: Where to draw the line? Part Two. “When someone publicly announces his appetite for your liberty, property and life, you should believe him — and act accordingly.”

Sipsey Street Irregulars: Where to draw the line? Part Two. "When someone publicly announces his appetite for your liberty, property and life, you should believe him — and act accordingly.".

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Sipsey Street Irregulars: Where to draw the line?

Sipsey Street Irregulars: Where to draw the line?.

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The War on Guns: Huge and Troubling JPFO News

The War on Guns: Huge and Troubling JPFO News.

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Bracken: The Islamic Jihad Conquest Formula

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The only solution, harsh as it sounds, is to kill them all …

Originally posted on Western Rifle Shooters Association:

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The Islamic Jihad Conquest Formula

By Matthew Bracken

August, 2014

Mohammed’s unchanging formula for conquest is time-proven; variations were also used in history by the invading Mongol hordes among others. Emissaries ride forward of their advancing armies, offering to spare the lives of the targeted population in return for their unconditional surrender and explicit submission to their new rulers. In the Islamic context this submission is exemplified by the fresh converts repeating the Shahada prayer before Muslim witnesses.

There is no god but Allah, and Mohammed is his messenger.

The Shahada prayer is the first of the Five Pillars of Islam. The Shahada prayer is also what is written on the black battle flags of Islamic jihad. Along with Allahu Akbar—our God is greatest—the Shahada is the battle cry of advancing Islamic armies. In fact, the very word Islam means submission, and not peace, as it is often intentionally…

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