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Wednesday • May 24 • 2017

Vol.IX • No.XXI

Manchester, N.H.

Radical Agenda EP253 – Ending The Argument

Christopher Cantwell - Fri, 2017-02-03 18:08 +0000

It was just this past Monday when I said to Radical Agenda listeners to watch out when more poised content producers realized there was no hope for peace with the left. Last night, it seems the riots over Milo Yiannopoulos’s speech pushed Stefan Molyneux at least one step closer to that point. In a video released the night of the riots, Stefan questions whether the time for talk has passed, and the time for less verbose warriors is upon us.  Lauren Southern made an outright call for defense.

Radical Agenda EP253 – Ending The Argument

Unrelenting in their efforts to shut down debate, Reddit shut down the /r/alright and /r/alternativeright subreddits, accusing one of publishing personal information, while providing no explanation for the other. But we all know what this is, because we’ve been seeing it on TV, newspapers, radio, facebook, Twitter, YouTube, and Google for years. It’s the left trying to silence their political opposition, because they know that once the truth gets out, they will be killed.

A brilliant psychology professor by the name of Jordan Peterson once said “You know you call people you can’t talk to? Enemies!”

Look at what we have seen. Hillary Clinton was caught rigging her primary against Bernie Sanders, and still got the Democrat nomination. She was caught colluding with the mainstream media. She was caught destroying evidence after being subpoenaed by Congress. She still won the popular vote thanks to California, New York, and probably several million illegal immigrants. The American left was perfectly willing to let a confirmed criminal rule us as a kleptocratic warmongering communist regime.

Losing the election to Donald Trump taught them nothing. They continue to scream racist and bigot at anyone who opposes them, and in their minds this is excuse enough for any level of violence. That is why they are calling us Nazis and Fascists, because to them these are words which describe the worst evils, thus justifying their criminal behavior.

Police stand by and watch as rioters loot, burn, beat, and even kill. Why? Is this the so called “Ferguson effect”? Perhaps. Or perhaps the purpose of law enforcement in these jurisdictions is to protect the rioters.

That certainly seems to be the case for Allen Scarsella. Allen shot five people in self defense in November of 2015. His assailants confessed to assaulting him, chasing him down the street as he attempted to escape, and assaulting him again. Unfortunately, his assailants were Black Lives Matter “protesters” and Allen was deemed a “racist” so he was convicted on 11 counts of rioting and assault.

A Supreme Court nominee, Neil Gorsuch, who was unanimously confirmed by the Senate to the 10th circuit, is now deemed a right wing extremist because he doesn’t celebrate the abortion lobby. The media continues to run stories about how Donald Trump displays symptoms of mental illness in an effort to undermine his legitimacy as President. Temporary immigration restrictions from a small number of countries are deemed a “Muslim Ban” and hysteria ensues. The acting attorney general had to be fired because she refused to defend the president in court.

We are only two weeks into the Trump presidency, and this list could go on for an eternity. Hopefully this brief summary is enough to draw the picture clearly. This is not about reason, evidence, morality, or truth. This is about reality detached communists coming completely unhinged and trying to violently destroy western civilization. They cannot be reasoned or argued with, they can only be contained or killed.

You can make a debate out of who should be doing the killing, or how best to go about it, or who exactly it is that needs to be put down. But the argument is over as it pertains to peaceful coexistence. Our survival is at stake, and at this point it isn’t even a matter of us vs. them. They cannot live without us, so either we stop them, or they will get all of us killed.

There’s a lot more to get to, plus your calls at 747-234-2254 or RadicalAgenda on Skype.

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Categories: Blogs, New Hampshire

The Only Opposition to 'Decrim' is the Church...?

Adventures in the Free State - Fri, 2017-02-03 02:56 +0000
That's right. Even the ever-reliably prohibitionist nanny-staters at New Futures publicly and explicitly take no position on harming peaceful people a little less (to be fair, on a bill to which they admittedly can find no objection, so not all that great a stretch...).

On the other hand, the new last-gasp champion taking up the sword for the prohibitionist crusade is evidently the Roman Catholic Diocese of Manchester, it seems. Is persec--... sorry, prosecuting the "War on People Who Use (Some) Drugs"™, and imprisoning people who haven't harmed anyone -- and stealing your money to fund it, remember -- what passes for Christian charity these days? Is criminal justice reform now against religious teachings?

The NH House Criminal Justice Committee hears testimony on HB640, "relative to the penalties for possession of marijuana," 2/1/2017. Seems extremely hopeful -- hell, it's taken long enough -- but do consider giving your Representatives a push in the right direction. Then on to the Senate...

Press
  • Loosening N_H_'s Marijuana Laws Gets Broad Support During House Hearing | New Hampshire Public Radio
  • After 10 years, N.H. opposition to marijuana decriminalization fading away
  • Bill to decriminalize pot has bipartisan support | New Hampshire
  • My Turn: Now is the time for pot decriminalization

Categories: Blogs, New Hampshire

NH Constitutional Carry Appears Right On Target

Adventures in the Free State - Thu, 2017-02-02 16:25 +0000
SB12, "repealing the licensing requirement for carrying a concealed pistol or revolver" appears to have acquired the governor's-desk target down-range. Herewith, the NH House Criminal Justice Committee hearing, 2/1/2017, followed immediately by its Executive Session, resulting in a speedy 12-8 'Ought To Pass" recommendation. Never a bad idea to share your thoughts with your Representatives, certainly, before it hits the House floor...

Press
  • Tenth Amendment Center Blog | Permission not Required: New Hampshire Governor Signs “Constitutional Carry” Into Law (2/22/2017)
  • Sununu signature scraps ‘concealed carry’ permits | New Hampshire
  • N.H. eliminates license requirement to carry concealed gun, effective immediately
  • Gov. Sununu signs concealed carry bill into law
  • New Hampshire Becomes 12th State To Legalize Full Constitutional Carry

Categories: Blogs, New Hampshire

Today in Recent History: Laughing at the Police State

Free Keene - Tue, 2017-01-31 20:14 +0000

On this date ten years ago, two artsy Boston residents faced down a militarized police bomb disposal unit, who were accusing them of faux terrorism, and took the opportunity to shift a discourse dominated by paranoia into one revolving around hairstyles of the 1970s.

The United States was in a transitional period in the years following the September 11th attacks. The military industry, both at home and abroad, had found its justification for massive expansion through the impending fear of another devastating attack on civilians by a malicious, and presumably foreign, entity.

Following a morning of alerts, warnings, and hyperbolic reactions to glorified lite-brite displays in Boston, the media prepared to depict the first public images of the mysterious humans allegedly responsible for the panic. As the youths emerged from the courthouse with a lawyer in tow and graciously opened up a press conference, it was clear that journalists had expected different personas from the “suspects”, as one perceived a failure on their part to be, “taking this seriously”.

What was most significant about the conference and the impact it would have is that the two individuals placed in the national spotlight for their mild activity defied the perception that they were supposed to be afraid. In a culture of fear, and especially in the nation with the largest prison population, the assumption was that someone facing a threat of terrorism charges should be terrified. Considering this, being terrified is the true intention of the all terrorists, both of the foreign and domestic variety. By refusing to be afraid, the two artists stemmed a rising tide of fear culture, and reminded us to laugh at the hypocritical authorities, who were the only ones actually handling dangerous explosives on that day, as police detonated all of the light displays that they had found.

It wasn’t until May that charges were dropped against the two, in exchange for an apology and community service. In the meantime, there was plenty more to laugh at in watching police responses across the nation to the incident, as Boston authorities became the punchline of jokes for other departments. A total of ten cities had similar such devices installed by street artists at the time, yet none caused the reaction as occurred in Massachusetts. Less than a month after the scare, police detonated a suspected explosive device which turned out to be a city-owned traffic counter.

Apart from taxpayers, the organization volunteering to hold itself civilly responsible for the incident, Turner Broadcasting corporation, paid millions of dollars to Boston bureaucracies as part of a settlement to avoid lawsuits. Ten years later, let us never forget the importance of not taking things too seriously.

Categories: Articles, New Hampshire

Today in Recent History: Laughing at the Police State

Free Concord - Tue, 2017-01-31 20:01 +0000

by Garret Ean
Jan 31 2017

On this date ten years ago, two artsy Boston residents faced down a militarized police bomb disposal unit, who were accusing them of faux terrorism, and took the opportunity to shift a discourse dominated by paranoia into one revolving around hairstyles of the 1970s.

The United States was in a transitional period in the years following the September 11th attacks. The military industry, both at home and abroad, had found its justification for massive expansion through the impending fear of another devastating attack on civilians by a malicious, and presumably foreign, entity.

Following a morning of alerts, warnings, and hyperbolic reactions to glorified lite-brite displays in Boston, the media prepared to depict the first public images of the mysterious humans allegedly responsible for the panic. As the youths emerged from the courthouse with a lawyer in tow and graciously opened up a press conference, it was clear that journalists had expected different personas from the “suspects”, as one perceived a failure on their part to be, “taking this seriously”.

What was most significant about the conference and the impact it would have is that the two individuals placed in the national spotlight for their mild activity defied the perception that they were supposed to be afraid. In a culture of fear, and especially in the nation with the largest prison population, the assumption was that someone facing a threat of terrorism charges should be terrified. Considering this, being terrified is the true intention of the all terrorists, both of the foreign and domestic variety. By refusing to be afraid, the two artists stemmed a rising tide of fear culture, and reminded us to laugh at the hypocritical authorities, who were the only ones actually handling dangerous explosives on that day, as police detonated all of the light displays that they had found.

It wasn’t until May that charges were dropped against the two, in exchange for an apology and community service. In the meantime, there was plenty more to laugh at in watching police responses across the nation to the incident, as Boston authorities became the punchline of jokes for other departments. A total of ten cities had similar such devices installed by street artists at the time, yet none caused the reaction as occurred in Massachusetts. Less than a month after the scare, police detonated a suspected explosive device which turned out to be a city-owned traffic counter.

Apart from taxpayers, the organization volunteering to hold itself civilly responsible for the incident, Turner Broadcasting corporation, paid millions of dollars to Boston bureaucracies as part of a settlement to avoid lawsuits. Ten years later, let us never forget the importance of not taking things too seriously.


Categories: Articles, New Hampshire

Citizen Cain – 23 – One Way Ticket

Free Keene - Mon, 2017-01-30 19:31 +0000

One-way destination moving truck rentals to Keene on the rise • Is Keene on its way to becoming a retirement/medical hub? • Edgewood residents up in arms over city’s tree cutting plans • Does the NH constitution actually guarantee the right to a public education for every child? • http://CitizenCain.org

Categories: Articles, New Hampshire

Gay 3 Way, Poly Relationships | FLAMING FREEDOM

Flaming Freedom - Thu, 2016-12-15 19:36 +0000

Em, Steven, and Derrick

Steven cums on Derrick’s desk | Bitcoin Machine for stripping teens | Derrick gives up on boxer briefs | Frequent Ejaculations Wards off Prostate Cancer | Dirty Pompeii | City of Dust | Em & Steven & Derrick’s budding relationship(s)

Categories: Media, New Hampshire

How Getting Abs Will Change Your Life | FLAMING FREEDOM

Flaming Freedom - Thu, 2016-12-08 15:10 +0000

Sasha, Steven, Derrick

How Getting Abs Changed My Life | Students Discuss Pansexual and Panromantic Pride | Pansexuality is not Nymphomania | What Happens When an Evangelical Church Welcomes LGBTQ Members | Danish Doctors Come Out Against Circumcision | Bong Manorah

Categories: Media, New Hampshire

Blow a Load in Your Daily Morning Coffee | FLAMING FREEDOM

Flaming Freedom - Thu, 2016-12-01 18:55 +0000

David, Remi, Derrick

Do you spit or swallow? We have some surprising news for you later tonight that may impact your health. Should you eat your own cum?

Sperm is a Superfood! :: Top Things All Tops Want Bottoms to Know :: Gaynarchists in Liberstad :: Louisiana Republican Buys a Boy Underwear and Says “I’m Not Gay”

Categories: Media, New Hampshire

ThanksGAYving | FLAMING FREEDOM

Flaming Freedom - Thu, 2016-11-24 19:15 +0000

Derrick flies solo!

Expert Guide to Anal Pleasure for Men ::  How to Top Like a Stud :: Gay Anal Sex: How to Bottom Without Pains or Stains :: Nigel Farage Singing :: Trying to Reason with the Left? Have fun! :: Tim Allen Says He’s an Anarchist :: Post-Election Democrats Invoke States Rights :: Libertarians Need to Talk to the Left

Free Ross A Thon

Categories: Media, New Hampshire

Donkey Genitals, Horse Emissions, and the Bible | FLAMING FREEDOM

Flaming Freedom - Thu, 2016-11-17 17:49 +0000

Steven, Remi, Derrick

Horse dick is really in the Bible :: Banana Surprise Yumstation :: True Grindr Horror Stories :: 1 in 3 men suffers from premature ejaculation :: Californians Reject Porn Condoms :: Secretly filming nude girls not porn? :: 10 Things only tops understand :: Swedish women get a man splaining hotline :: Feminist snow plow Fail ::

Free Ross A Thon

Categories: Media, New Hampshire

Tattoos Cover Up Issues, Not Just Skin | FLAMING FREEDOM

Flaming Freedom - Thu, 2016-11-03 21:58 +0000

Sasha, Steven, Derrick

Straight Guy Leaves Hilarious Yelp Review of Gay Club :: Tattoos an indicator of issues :: Gay Cops Investigated for hosting “breeding” sex parties for teens :: 15 Things Only Bottoms Understand :: Big Dick Ranking Puts the Shire at #1 :: Stop What You’re Doing Right Now and Listen to the New Sleigh Bells Album :: What Americans Fear Most in Bed :: David from Ohio calls in to talk about homophobia

Sasha’s question about ethics and animals:

“I have a philosophical anarchist question. In an anarchist society, how do you address animal cruelty? If my neighbor abuses his dog, what should be done about it? On one hand, the animal is his property, interfering with how he interacts with his property would violate the NAP. But on the other hand, this particular piece of property feels pains, it’s alive and aware.

“If you think there’s something you could/should be done about it, I have another question. My neighbor on the other side bought an elephant but she keeps it in a cage. She feeds it’s and gives it water, but to keep that kind of animal in those conditions is very cruel. Where is the line? How do you reconcile animal cruelty in An-cap society?”

Categories: Media, New Hampshire

Forget Clump, Get that Booty with the Pirate Party! | FLAMING FREEDOM

Flaming Freedom - Fri, 2016-10-28 01:59 +0000

Featuring the triumphant return of William the Buff Blue-eyed Bottom!

Steven’s gay friend from San Francisco :: Sevan’s erotic fiction about a straight guy seducing a gay guy and then getting fucked :: Carla Gericke Running for NH Senate? :: Bundy Ranch people acquitted!!! :: Human Wall Bridge NAP Violation? :: Stale Memes for Normie Has-Beens :: Vote Trading? :: Iceland Pirate Party :: Tree Impersonator Arrested :: Uber for Beer :: Cell 411 Competes with Uber

Categories: Media, New Hampshire

Don’t Talk About Politics or Religion | FLAMING FREEDOM

Flaming Freedom - Thu, 2016-10-13 05:42 +0000

David, Sev, & Derrick

Grab em by the pussy song | Sex with Aladdin | Talking with friends about politics | Awesome hacktivists replace Clinton wiki page with porn | Have the Clintons been like the Underwoods? | Ron Paul says voting is used to pacify the public | Rothbard asks, “Is voting immoral?” | Do not resist. The movie Anarchists have been waiting for? | How America lost its goddamn mind | Gay Protests | Strongest Hash In the World | BMW Releases Futuristic Self-Balancing Motorcycle | US drops missiles on Yemen | YelaWolf | Gaynarchist opines on ISIS | “Let’s Encrypt” Free HTTPS Certerficates from Google and Firefox so app developers can secure their communications and websites and apps for freeeeeeee! 

Categories: Media, New Hampshire

Hot Armenian Pussy | FLAMING FREEDOM

Flaming Freedom - Thu, 2016-10-06 21:58 +0000

Sev, Steven, and Derrick

Sevan found out his business partner is gay, Steven walks off mic and out of studio, and Derrick finally enjoys 69ing and topping. The musical Cabaret is more timely than ever, and Steven wore heels to the theatre, catching the attention of our yoga friends. Sev and Steven geek out over ZCash, an anonymous cryptocurrency, and Patrick Byrne lays down why Bitcoin will destroy the state. Then Steven and Derrick help Sev get real into some wide Armenian hips.

Categories: Media, New Hampshire

Open Relationship Grindr Hookups | FLAMING FREEDOM

Flaming Freedom - Fri, 2016-09-30 05:28 +0000

NSFW – Sev and Derrick talk about perving out at the gym and the sexual fetish called raceplay and the deeper psychological issues that might cause it. Why was Sev into really pale white girls during high school? A Philly Club Owner Uses N-word and says black people ask for free drinks. A kid chose the pronoun “your majesty.” Tonight we introduced David H (not to be confused with co-host David G). Steven joins us at the end and shares a hookup story. We also listened to a band called Bear vs Shark.

Categories: Media, New Hampshire

Radical Anarchist Gay Sex Talk | FLAMING FREEDOM

Flaming Freedom - Fri, 2016-09-23 05:01 +0000

Introducing SEV! The crypto-anarchist entrepreneur. Sev, Remington, and Derrick talked about being the product of social signals and following the path of least resistance — struggling to be true to ourselves and what that means in the context of masculinity. How is YOUR behavior affected by what you were told is–or isn’t–acceptable? Sev is watching Narcos but says Rubicon is a super-good show for libertarian types who question the people who call themselves the government. We talk about gay muslims and the origin of the word “radical” — which led to our discovery of the Radical Fairies global gay anarchist environmentalist movement. Yes, it’s really a thing.

Stuff we didn’t get to tonight, but you should check out anyway:

Watch pansies wet their pants in anger over the “dangerous faggot”

Reflection on gay life at age 30

How are LGBTQ Muslims a thing?
Plz join the Gaynarchist group on Facebeef (but only if you’re really cool and/or hot)

Categories: Media, New Hampshire

The future: Far worse; infinitely better

Ridley Report - Sun, 2015-05-03 14:28 +0000
The future: Far worse; infinitely better
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Categories: Media, New Hampshire

A.I., like programs & people, will be good & bad. Probably more good than bad.

Ridley Report - Thu, 2015-04-30 16:09 +0000
A.I., like programs & people, will be good & bad. Probably more good than bad.
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Categories: Media, New Hampshire

Cops and big govt: Are things actually getting better while seeming worse?

Ridley Report - Thu, 2015-04-23 22:47 +0000
Cops and big govt: Are things actually getting better while seeming worse?
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