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18 May 2015

Henry David Thoreau’s Civil Disobedience = DeceptiCON Kryptonite

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Mike:  Now I know why decepticons can’t stand Henry David Thoreau and just throw him out as an American socialist or communist or liberal or tree-hugger or whatever it is you say about him.  I remember Don Henley mentioned Thoreau one time at a concert and that set off a bunch of bloggers at HotAir or MichelleMalkin.com or whatever in denouncing Don Henley, the drummer for the Eagles, as some kind of a whacko, war-protesting weirdo, [mocking] “And we now know that he is because he has a fondness for Thoreau.”  Now you can understand this after you’ve read Thoreau.  This is from the – I would say it’s famous but it’s not famous.  It’s infamous, meaning it’s supposed to be bad.  This is from the infamous Civil Disobedience.

Remember, Charles Murray, the noted psychologist and author of Coming Apart: The State of White America, 1960-2010 – we’ve had him on the show several occasions talking about that book.  He’s also the co-author of the book that got him banned and kicked out of popular academia, which was call The Bell Curve.  Murray is one of the wisest guys out there writing about the issues that currently plague those that live under the American government, or those that suffer under the auspices of the American government.  Murray has proposed many solutions.  It shouldn’t surprise people that when I asked Charles Murray last year, I asked him: Dr. Murray, is it fair to say that

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To the rest of his argument, if you read the rest of Civil Disobedience, what you’ll find is an overwhelming sense that it is the standing army itself that makes, out of the rest of the population, slaves.  When I said this shouldn’t come as a surprise that decepticons run in fear of Henry David Thoreau, that’s why.  Also the beautiful prose in there about: Why would you serve a government that asks you to do things that are against your conscience?

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I’ve asked this question over and over and over again.  Why do men accept contracts and contract work from a government that they have to know has obtained its revenue through coercion, through the end of the IRS’s gun or other tax collectors, and has stolen the property and stolen the wages and stolen the fruits of the hard work and labor of their fellow men?

I’m just going to repeat this because maybe it’s been a month or so since I’ve said it.  If you knew that your wages were coming from loot that was stolen right out of your neighbor’s house because somebody figured out where his safe was and he had hid his money in his mattress, would you accept the job?  This is a very simple question.  Most of you are going to admirably say of course not.  When you accept the job, especially for make-work that’s not real work at all but only is the work of misery and tyranny, why do you accept it when the government does it?  They still stole the money out of the guy’s mattress.  They just used their “legal” means to get it.

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