Libertarian Prepper

The world divides politically into those who want people to be controlled, and those who have no such desire.

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Who is Libertarian Prepper?

Who the hell am I, and what’s this place all about, anyway?

I recently graduated from a course I didn’t really like. After taking a break, I found a job writing and editing articles on Elance. Why? Because I really, really like writing. I don’t know what it is, but I’ve been writing essays, short articles, ideas, and little scribblings since I was a kid in school.

I swear I have piles and piles of A4 sized papers and yellow post-it notes all over the place. They just accumulate as I read and record my thoughts. Sometimes it gets bad enough that I feel compelled to get up in the middle of the night, just to write something about economics!

Most of the stuff is just there to organize my thoughts better, especially after reading some new, mind-blowing information. But I think now is finally the time to share some of those thoughts with other people. You know, besides close friends and family.

So here’s what I’m (probably) going to be writing about:

  1. Economics. Both theory and recent events. Probably historical events too. Love this stuff (I know, weird, right?).
  2. Politics, philosophy, morality.
  3. Disaster preparedness. When you know enough about the current state of the world economy and political degradation around the world, I find that not being a prepper is pretty difficult.
  4. Backpacking.
  5. Religion.
  6. History.
  7. Healthy foods/unhealthy foods.
  8. Conspiracies.
  9. Current events, analysis of news, etc.
  10. And for anyone who cares, some of my own (possibly) exciting adventures.

Some other things you should know about me:

  • I’m not going to be politically correct. Not even close. I think PC is a form of censorship, so I’m going to be as honest and uncensored as I can.
  • I’m going to let people comment as much as they want, even if they completely disagree with me. I’ll try to reply as much as possible too, because debates are fun 🙂
  • I seem to side with a small minority of people when it comes to almost any important topic, so you’re probably going to see a lot of controversial material. But hey, we don’t learn new things by always reading people who agree with us, right? I know I didn’t.

So with that said, I hope you will enjoy the blog. Have a good day!

p.s. Here’s a link to my Google+ Profile, if you want to follow me.

Why?

Because if people don’t start waking up now, tomorrow might be too late.

Our economic systems are crumbling. Our food is poisoning us. Vital cross-pollinating bees are dying by the hundreds of millions. The mainstream media has been a propaganda machine for decades. Our so-called enemies are almost entirely fabrications of intelligence agencies.

The biggest biotech company and manufacturer of GMO crops brought to you wonderful products like DDT, and Agent Orange.

Video surveillance cameras, your own mobile phone, the ISP you blindly trust. Your credit card company, your bank, your government. They watch your every move. Nothing you buy, sell, search, read, or say is done in privacy anymore. Privacy is dead.

The totalitarian regimes of the 20th century could only have dreamed of the kind of control grid so-called democratic nations have. We’re constantly taught to fear every shadow, and the police state uses fear of criminals as justification for its fascism. Yet there are no more criminals today than ever before in history. How did people deal with them before?

Two hundred and fifty years into the industrial revolution, most people still have no understanding of how the economy works, and how it doesn’t. Folk economics prevails, with most people entirely preoccupied by the distribution of other people’s money, rather than the incentives that induce people to create value for others in the first place.

Our wealth is constantly eroded and stolen by central banks who’ve convinced people that debasing the currency is a virtuous goal. And democratic elections are a sham – since both sides are funded by the same few corporate interests.

So when in the midst of all this controlled chaos, court economists and talking heads tell us that more government is the solution, most people eat that up like High-Fructose Corn Syrup candy.

But “Government is a disease masquerading as its own cure.” Almost all of our problems are either directly caused by governments, or are enabled by them. Government isn’t just an ‘authority’ – it is a coercive system of force.

The solutions to our problems lie elsewhere entirely. But if enough people don’t start becoming more aware, and soon, then we’re going to have very rough times ahead. But don’t just trust my allegations. I’m going to write well-sourced articles to prove what I’ve just said.

The stakes are higher

Even a mere hundred years ago, the damage a single human being could do was fairly limited. Today there is no limit. The existential threats posed to humanity are so numerous, it is difficult to come up with a comprehensive list.

If you want to survive the 21st century, understand that a new type of human being is needed. A thinking, skeptical, and aware human being. One who thinks beyond what he is told by the mainstream media or the school system. Apathy is no longer acceptable.

Now if I’ve got your attention, and if you really want to know how deep the rabbit hole goes, keep reading…

 

What is the root of all evil?

Taxation is a protection racket.

Freedom and Democracy. Are they as equal as we’re led to believe?