Thursday, February 18, 2016


Libertarians Stefan Molyneux and Infowars' Paul Joseph Watson are discussing the present migrant crisis and the moral collapse of the Regressive Left in its wake. The Left have now become so indistinguishable from aggressive Islamists that ISIS are considering arming them to advance their goal of the global Caliphate (at 56:00). 

Feb. 4, 2016 Paul Joseph Watson @PrisonPlanet and Stefan Molyneux @StefanMolyneux: Is the European migrant crisis leading to War? (Source)  

UPDATE: Interesting audio from the Daniel Horowitz about the meaning of Government and it's compact with civil society. The first duty of the Government is to protect the existing citizens. That's what we are paying them for. But Progressive Internationalists have taken their specific ethics of altruism, declared it universally valid and applied it to the entire world. They are enforcing the same duty on their citizenry! There's a reason why free countries must never allow their Governments to dictate morality: this is the essence of tyranny. Our Governments do not hold absolute power. The open border policy rests solely on the International Treaty on Refugees, signed in 1951! The height of the Cold War and a different world than the present. It is clearly not within the mandate that civil society or even the voters, have given politicians! It certainly doesn't apply to a people with a morality that is clearly at odds with our principles of Government. Government is there to protect the existing citizenry. Thanks to multicural BS we have not been able to assimilate the existing Muslim population. Let's fix that first and work for Islamic reformation before we allow hundreds of thousands into our lands. We have no duty towards them. We owe them nothing. Yet we are paying for this. It's no wonder Merkel is under fire from German Constitutional scholars. What our Governments are doing is simply is not within the boundaries of the liberal-democratic, limited Government as we understand it! Listen to the audio!

Feb. 6, 2016


At the heart of the idea of open borders is the radical principle, that no man, either individual or collective, has a right to own any territorial real estate, whether historical or by transaction. Not even anarchists are as radically Socialistic as that. They at least recognize free transaction. Nationalists go the other way: they believe the right to territory rests inherently in an ethnic collective. Nativism grants special territorial rights to indigenous peoples. The closer to original inhabitants of a territory, the more rights are attributed to a people. Most philosophies cover the middle ground, so to speak. But few politicians are aware of the thoroughly radical, extremist position they support, when they facilitate open migration on the moral grounds that borders are evil, because wars are waged by states vying each other for resources. In the end this supports the idea that no one has any claim to territorial real estate whatsoever. 

More on the philosophy of property rights:
  • Land Law (wiki)
  • Natural Law, Natural Rights, and Private Property (Source)
  • Locke's Political Philosophy (Source)