So yesterdays post has already put me into several hundreds of hits (too modest to say quite how many - does two count as "several"...?) which is far more than I had hoped for, in large part thanks to retweets from @VoxDay, @DickDelingpole and @HDHammer865 plus a commendation from @Jonathan_Drake.
However, no comment...
Please do give your feedback to the posts - you can be sure that I will eagerly read and cherish every single one. Not sure if the Blog layout is too bleak, text too small, etc. Whether the content is just way off & I should stick to tweeting pictures of animals, or just TL;DR. I do have a tendency to go off on one & recognise that my prose needs work. Break it up a bit, perhaps...? Perhaps people just need time to understand that when I go off on a ramble, I will always make it back again.
So, a bit about me - office jockey of 20 year - man and boy - Austrian Economics, Ludwig V-M, Ayn Rand, Jesus Christ, Breitbart, Delingpoles, TakiMag, A.T., Voxday, English, French, German, Russian languages, Opera singer in training (for which I have been ejected from many a so-called-boozer...) Dutch Barges, Mycology, Culture Wars, New found Sci-Fi aficionado (where do I sign up for the Hugo awards...?) Crusader for Radical Libertarianism. Secretly quite like to own a really nice gun (W.W.J.D...? W.G.W.J.O...?) not into drugs, or libertarians obsessed with legalisation either for that matter, but would quite like to watch Peter Hitchens do some acid. Leader of #GamerGate though I now treat games / consoles with the same reverent fear as the dark things from a John C Wright novel, for their ability to suck away my soul.
I plan to blog about the farts of stupidity that the MSM still manage to somehow waft under our noses. Signs and portents of the coming cataclysm. I have been developing a number of consciousness altering ideas which collectively will create a structure that will sit on top of our existing corporate model without touching it. This is an essential part of the strategy - leave any one piece in place for too long without support & regardless of how brilliant the idea, it will soon be assimilated into the corporate structure.
A list of upcoming blogposts planned to this end:
- New pay as you go internet protocol. (to break corporate monopoly, can co-exist with current infrastructure)
- P2P land mail / freighting system. This one is bulletproof & will increase societal resilience to economic and terrorist attacks. Can also co-exist with current infrastructure.
- The historical origins and imperatives of the corporate structure.
- The internal contradictions of Socialism / Communism
- The internal contradictions of Democratic Capitalism / Corporatism
- Anatomy of societal decline.
- Traditional Market indicators are Fear & Greed, Supply & Demand. What about Intelligent Trust & Love? These are also big motivating factors behind human behaviours. Discuss whether these are somehow just vectors of the trad four, or separate transcendental values in their own right.
- Replacement for copyright (government mandate to derive a monopoly from a "creative" work. I will assert that fear of state violence is the foundations of the distributist ideologies that dominate popular media) Greed / Love based alternative requiring no violent revolution. You guessed it - can coexist, just like those bumper stickers.
- Simple adversarial online heuristic tree system to replace the dominance of the Encyclopaedistes in the culture wars. Aims to reduce the dominance of SJW / Left / Liberal bias in systems like Wikipedia. (but also the MSM in general). HT Voxday for introducing me to the concept of the 18th century movement which probably has some resonance in contemporary culture. Need to research this before doing the post.
- Ways to hasten the decline of tired MSM tropes. Previous two subjects should cover the technical aspects. Discuss the cultural angle & activism.
- Discussions of free market labour migration theories &
- Alternative to the current legal system - ways to re-popularise the concept of voluntarism & common law. Alternatives to & discussions of the outdated courts / jury systems.
- Technical solutions to assist with the privatisation of public roads. Discussion of legal safeguards to ensure rights of way, maintenance responsibilities, etc are upheld.
- General discussion about the tragedy of the commons / anticommons & how technology fills the gap, whilst regulation hinders the emergency of technologies to do so. (probably went too fast there jumping straight in with privatising public roads...)
- Privatisation of the Police force & prison services. Yep - for real. (Oh - you mean to say that a police force that relies on having a spotless reputation, to be able to secure convictions, in order to stay in business is an unquestionable evil...? As opposed to what, pray tell...?)
- Replacement of outdated Governmental / Parliamentary systems. I hope to popularise the term "Horse and Cart" democracy to describe the level of technology available when the current systems were implemented. You got into your horse and cart once every four years & trundled down to the voting office to put your cross onto the ballot slip (a cross to show you were a good Christian...) Regardless on whether you are of a dirigiste or libertarian persuasion, we can all agree that the speed of information exchange in our regulatory institutions has massively lagged behind the speed of exchange in other marketplaces. Cui bono? (go on - have a guess...)
Quite a lot to cover there then. As touched upon briefly, if any one of these lovely ideas were to be introduced on its own it would inevitably be either subsumed by the corporate / government owned & driven monopolies, or could only be introduced in the absence of the others by force, or at the cost of enormous bloodshed. Hopefully I havent missed out too many major parts. Power / energy, most manufacturing industries, armed forces, etc. should adapt pretty well & even gain advantage by diversifying & gaining an edge in 4GW scenarios.
Dont believe me? Take the internet as a great example. Whilst freedom has certainly flourished & it has overwhelmingly been a force for good, it has highlighted an inability in mainstream culture to combat threats from intolerant ideologies. It has simultaneously been subsumed into the mire of monopolistic corporatism who now own all teh datas, all teh highways, all the infrastructure. The decentralised system designed to protect our military infrastructure from a nuclear strike has become the cradle in which our civilian infrastructure now sits - the fine mesh holding us from falling back into dog eat dog barbarism & chaos. It could probably be taken down by a few hundred determined fanatics armed with diesel, fertiliser, pneumatic drills, cutting tools and the right knowledge.