Brian’s Column: Good Neighbor Libertarian Quickstart Guide

Intended to orient and get affiliates and individuals going quickly


sunshine manThis column is based on a two-sided, one-sheet description of the same name, which I’ve uploaded to a pdf file here. The idea behind it is to provide advance information on the Good Neighbor Libertarian (GNL,  pronounced genial) political activation system I’m writing a book about. This GNL system is essentially a methodology for generating rapid growth in effective libertarian solutions to the main categories of the massive central corporate-state assault upon real human individuals in the incipient American police state. I also expect to dramatically raise ‘body count’ of caring, effective people monitoring public-official councils and holding them accountable for securing liberty. Continue reading

Guest Column: The Devolution of Solitary

Another Statist Mess that Humanity Will Unravel

SolitaryThese infographics come from, not a bad source for innovatively packaged information. I had no idea the practice of solitarily confining prisoners was so widespread. Another good reason to end the nightmare of big corporate global government in as quick and just a manner as possible… because guess who’re going to be the prime candidates for such treatment if the Cabal wins? For sure. Libertarians of all stripes, even people who once had a friend who voted Libertarian, which is most of the population. Individualists will not be tolerated in the New World Order. So global collectivists must be hunted down and segregated into gilded, ant-farming, sand-pounding work colonies as soon as possible—but not solitary… unless perhaps they were presidents and dictators. — Ed. Continue reading

Guest Column: The Brian Williams Interview… of Ed Snowden (5/27/14)

Forming a Reasonable Picture of the Snowden ‘Avatar’

SnowdenThough, following the advice of my herbalist, I did not subject myself to a full mind-numbing hour of a network news anchor conducting an Event, I did catch highlights on the Web such as this summary video here from The Young Turks (TYT). What comes across loud and clear is that whoever and whatever may be the deep spook content underlying Ed Snowden, on a personal level—just as Daniel Ellsberg years before with the Pentagon Papers—Snowden is a freedom icon and a libertarian, individualist hero. He projects a Randian aura of self-confidence and deliberate, modest, articulate righteousness. He is a good guy, and children should look up to him and want to be like him. Continue reading