The Manchester Free Press

Thursday • July 20 • 2017

Vol.IX • No.XXIX

Manchester, N.H.

Raising Voluntary Children in Community

Free Keene - 2 hours 7 min ago
Why critical mass makes all the difference

This is a cross-post from Freecoast.org, and was posted in an effort to raise awareness for the Fourth Annual Freecoast Festival. Hope to see you there!

From 2010-2014 I ran a summer camp on the Northern shores of Oneida Lake in Upstate New York. We had 850 acres and a private 45 acre lake to ourselves for most of the year, and during the summers we welcomed in hundreds of children to help them understand what it meant to live in a community that put consent and voluntary interactions ahead of everything else. My living expenses were taken care of, and with the camp thriving, we could have stayed there forever had we chosen to. But, we left.

In 2014 we moved to the Seacoast of New Hampshire, leaving behind security and mostly free living to join a growing community of liberty-minded folks that had left other destinations around the world to try and create something new.

Why take such a risk when life was mostly going great? I’ll explain.

When we lived in New York, we were doing our best to raise our kids to live out the non-aggression principle, to think critically, and to dream big. There was one problem, though – basically no one around us shared our values. Libertarians were few and far between, and many of the “liberty minded” people we did meet were far closer to Ted Cruz than they were to Ron Paul.

Now, I don’t believe in sheltering my kids from competing ideas. I believe that the ideas of liberty hold up to the most intense scrutiny, and I am prepared to teach my kids the intellectual self-defense they’ll need to engage in discussions with entrenched statists. But group-think is a very powerful thing, and the reality of living in Upstate New York was that none of my kids’ peers would see things the way they did. They would have no access to a community where they could see children parented in the same way that they were. No access to grown-ups (besides their parents) who could answer their questions through a principled lens of liberty.

Don’t get me wrong – we met a lot of kind, well-meaning people. But raising our kids in an area with exactly zero voluntaryists just felt sort of risky. What if our kids decided that we were the kooky ones with our off-the-wall views, and that our conservative neighbors were far more “realistic?” What if they never gave the idea of principled liberty a chance because it seemed too Utopian, or too far off? What if the number of people who loved the American Army was so great that they were persuaded to think that engaging in war was heroic?

Moving to New Hampshire, for us, meant moving to a place where at least we could guarantee there would be some people who saw the world similarly to how we did, so we decided to give it a chance. And man, it’s so far exceeded our expectations that I don’t know where to begin.

I won’t pretend that all of our next-door neighbors are freedom loving people (though many of them are more liberty-minded than you’d imagine), but the liberty-community that lives nearby means we can spend every single day hanging out with liberty folks if we’d like. I’d love to share with you what this looks like on a week to week basis, and what that’s wound up meaning for us.

Celebrating Independence Day a little differently

This last Independence Day was easily my favorite ever. I’ve largely found the 4th of July to be a pretty cringe-worthy day, so it wasn’t exactly a high bar to clear, but it’s hard to believe I’ll ever forget this one.

My family and I woke up, and our kids were asking about their friends, so we figured it’d be a good excuse to invite over a few other families and their kids over to hang out for a bit. We’d do a little grilling, maybe catch the fireworks in town, and give our kids a chance to hang out. Immediately two other families with young kids answered the call, and came over to celebrate.

When everyone arrived, the kids got to playing immediately. A few of them played on the Xbox together, taking turns without any issues. A couple others did art projects, while the rest played an imaginary game together. Some disagreements popped up, but the kids worked through them without adult intervention.

Meanwhile, the grown-ups were outside hanging out by the grill. We talked about everything from little things our kids were working through, to the libertarian roots of our country, to silly city ordinances against fireworks, to the unique struggle of raising kids voluntarily. None of the adults present ever raised their voices with the children present, and handled the little disputes that did come up as peacefully as you could imagine.

Once it got dark out, our liberal neighbors gave us a private fireworks show, setting off the types of fireworks normally reserved for huge displays directly over our house. We marveled at them together, the kids looking on in wonder. Our neighbors shared sparklers with our kids, and explained how our town has an ordinance against fireworks, but that they’ve been violating it for 10 years.

“No one complains,” he told me. “This is New Hampshire. Do you think the cops want to come bother people for celebrating their independence? Come on.”

Yep, in New Hampshire, even the liberals practice libertarian civil disobedience.

At this time, my toddler held my hand and guided me across the street to another one of our neighbors, Mike. Mike is a liberal as well, but also qualifies as a “New Hampshire” liberal.

“You must love this holiday, huh?” he asked, knowing by now that I’m deeply libertarian.

“Depends,” I responded, “I love the independence, but don’t really love the nationalism.” He nodded knowingly.

We peacefully talked about politics for about 40 minutes, and he concluded, “I was just telling my girlfriend about you today. I think we actually agree on the ends of a peaceful society, but we just disagree on the means. You always give me a lot to think about, anyway.”

As a quick aside, I’ve had more peaceful political discussions with people who think differently than I do in NH than everywhere else I’ve ever lived combined.

Around this time, the local town was shooting off its fireworks downtown. Some kids wanted to go, and some didn’t, so we brought the eclectic crew who wanted to see them downtown with us. Thousands of locals were gathered around different parts of town taking in the show, lighting sparklers, and having a blast.

When we got back, a 10 year old girl who had joined us threw out the idea of sleeping over. We have 3 boys – ages 7, 4, and 1 – but what the heck? We agreed immediately, and she slept in our guest room. It went fantastically well. You see, she has also been raised by liberty-loving peaceful parents, and it didn’t occur to her that it might be unusual for her to hang out with kids who were both younger than her and a different gender. Her family and ours also unschool our kids, so the fact that she was sleeping over on a Tuesday didn’t mess up anybody’s schedule. It was perfect.

Our 4 year old decided to sleep on a blow-up mattress in the room with her, which wound up being the first night he’s ever slept in a room without one of his parents helping him fall asleep. Independence Day, indeed!

So what’s the point of this little snapshot? Well, before I moved to New Hampshire I couldn’t have imagined a day like this one in my wildest dreams. Having kids changed everything about my priorities as a liberty-loving person. Creating a nurturing environment where kids can learn to love themselves (and love liberty) is exceedingly difficult everywhere I’ve ever lived, until I moved to the Seacoast of New Hampshire. Here, it happens as a matter of course.

And this one little day wasn’t unusual, it was a microcosm. Families (and single folks as well) here are getting together several times per week, supporting one another and giving our kids access to other people who share the same values that they do. We go to the beach together, go to the farmer’s market, share potluck dinners, and more. Nothing is ever perfect, of course, but in the years we’ve lived here we haven’t experienced any drama, or people who have violated the trust of the community we’re building.

See you soon?

If you’re like me, you worry that your kids will feel like a fish out of water wherever else you are. You worry that being surrounded exclusively by statism might lead to all sorts of negative consequences. You struggle to imagine that there’s a critical mass of liberty-loving families raising their kids to respect others and stand up for themselves.

Well, good news – we’ve already got one. I hope you’ll come out to the Freecoast Festival this year. You can meet all the people that make this community so great, as well as others who are considering making the move and joining us. If you have any questions, or are planning to attend, I’d love to chat with you! You can email me at james@dfsr.com. Hope to see you really soon.

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Radical Agenda EP331 – Naming The Hate

Christopher Cantwell - Wed, 2017-07-19 20:21 +0000

I’m moving up in the world. I recently told you about my name finding its way to the pages of the Southern Poverty Law Center’s website, following the DC Free Speech Rally. Now the Anti-Defamation League has joined the party, listing your humble correspondent along with others they perceive to be at the top of the Alt-Right/Alt-Lite factions of what might be described as the “New Right”.

Radical Agenda EP331 – Naming The Hate

In their piece they describe me as follows;

Christopher Cantwell runs Radical Agenda, a racist, “pro-European,” internet radio show/blog that touts its pay-to-view content as “common sense extremism.” Cantwell has a history of promoting anti-police and anarchist rhetoric, but has recently moved toward the extreme right, and spoke at the neo-Nazi gathering in Pikeville, Kentucky. He has interviewed and appeared alongside white supremacists Mike Enoch and Matthew Heimbach, and has written that he abandoned libertarianism for the alt right after seeing that the latter “has better memes.” At the June 25 Free Speech Rally in DC, Cantwell urged the crowd to fight “Jewish influence.”

This indicates to me that they’ve done their homework, even if they’ve chosen to purposely misrepresent a few things. Not that these folks have ever been known for that sort of thing.

I think we’re going to have a lot of fun with these guys. Their entire existence is based around destroying people’s businesses and reputations by smearing them as racists and anti-semites. I have long said that guys like Spencer and Enoch have all these people looking at them, but no apparent clue how to monetize it. If the ADL and SPLC want to tell people about me, that’s quite alright with me. They can even continue their usual pattern of misleading the public, so long as they keep on putting my name into search engines.

Why? Because my business model plans on exactly this kind of marketing, and I am going to spread this business model far and wide until these idiots realize it is no longer in their best interests to harass good white folks.

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

So join us, this and every Wednesday, as well as Mondays and Fridays from 5-7pm Eastern for another exciting episode of the Radical Agenda. It’s a show about common sense extremism where we talk about radical, crazy, off the wall things like the Anti-Defamation League.

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Manchester Bitcoin Vending Machine Adds DASH, Making NH #1 For DASH Vending

Free Keene - Wed, 2017-07-19 17:37 +0000

Bitcoin Vending Machine Adds DASH!

With all the Bitcoin drama going on, it’s easy to get distracted from what is important. What is important, whether Bitcoin stays on top or not, is the idea of cryptocurrency, of which Bitcoin was the first. While I personally believe Bitcoin can survive its internal turmoil, I could be wrong. After all, no one buys the Model T these days, even though it was the first car. The Model T is a clunker compared to what we have now.

Though there isn’t much mainstream media coverage of its alternatives, Bitcoin is far from the only cryptocurrency. There are hundreds of them, most based off of the original code for Bitcoin released by Satoshi Nakamoto, its anonymous creator.

One of those competitors that libertarian cryptocurrency enthusiasts in NH have been using recently instead of Bitcoin is DASH, or “Digital Cash”. Due to the growing pains Bitcoin has been experiencing, people here have been looking hard at other alternatives. DASH has started to appear in use at various libertarian market days across the state. Its fees are much lower than Bitcoin’s and DASH has an interesting governance structure that really sets it apart from many of the “me-too” cryptocurrencies out there vying for Bitcoin’s #1 position.

With DASH, the “Masternodes” (people who’ve invested into at least 1,000 DASH and are running special software) can vote on how to promote and expand DASH. They do this via proposals that have been made regarding how to spend 10% of the mining rewards, which are earmarked for the purpose of promoting DASH. It’s a smart system that the other major cryptos don’t have and has resulted in DASH appearing in various places other cryptos have not.

Satoshi Nakamoto, Anonymous Creator of Bitcoin

Last month, Portsmouth’s Bitcoin Vending Machine became the first in New Hampshire to offer DASH in addition to bitcoin. Now, NH’s top Bitcoin Vending Machine, the Manchester “General Bytes” unit at Murphy’s Taproom has also added DASH, making New Hampshire the #1 state for DASH Vending Machines per capita with one DVM per 0.67 million population compared to Oregon’s one per 1.3 million, and Florida’s one per 2.25 million. (These numbers per CoinATMRadar and Census data.)

To be fair, there aren’t a whole lot of DASH Vending Machines in the world. Most Crypto Vending Machines globally are bitcoin-only, but it’s still worth noting the crypto-haven of New Hampshire is already leading the rest of the world in providing an alternative to the struggling Bitcoin. Given the uncertainty of what could happen with Bitcoin in the coming weeks, it makes sense to rebrand Shire BTC Vending, which launched back in 2014 as part of the Shire Free Church, as Shire Crypto Vending.

Hopefully we’ll see the DASH option (and possibly other cryptocurrencies like Ether) expand out to include the Keene and Concord Bitcoin Vending Machines, but for now that’s not possible until Lamassu, the manufacturer of those machines, adds other coins as a possible option for vendors. We’re told they are working hard at doing just that, so stay tuned to Free Keene for more exciting cryptocurrency news from the Shire!

Also, if you’re looking to connect with other cryptocurrency enthusaists in New Hampshire, check out our forums.

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It’s Official: NH Governor Signs Cannabis Decriminalization!

Free Keene - Wed, 2017-07-19 03:18 +0000

Libertarian Party of NH Chairman Darryl W Perry Takes a Rip

After it passed with veto-proof margins for the first time in New Hampshire’s history, cannabis decriminalization was signed today by new NH republican governor Chris Sununu.

Marijuana decrim is the latest feather in the cap of the NH Freedom Migration that has been tipping the political scales of the state in favor of more liberty. This year alone, there have been multiple political wins, from multiple elected state representatives flipping to the Libertarian Party of NH, to the constitutional carry bill passing, the bitcoin/cryptocurrency protection bill, and even legalizing firecrackers!

This isn’t the best decrim bill possible, but it’s a big step in the right direction for the Live Free or Die state. Police have sixty days before the bill goes into effect to arrest as many users as possible, because after sixty days, they’re only allowed to ticket for cannabis possession. HB 640 eliminates criminal penalties for the possession of up to 3/4 of an ounce of cannabis and/or up to five grams of hashish for those age 18 or older. Under the new law, first time offenders will receive a civil violation punishable by a $100 fine. Unfortunately, if the person is caught three times in three years, then the fourth ticketing would be a class B misdemeanor, but the person still cannot be arrested. The first offense is fined at $100, but subsequent offenses within that three year period would be $300 each.

New Hampshire Loves Bitcoin and Cannabis!

Hopefully, after a year of this decrim, the state reps and senators will see that the world in NH has not turned into a satanic hellscape, and we’ll see further decriminalization in the future, right down to the total elimination of all penalties for possession, growing, or sale of any amount of cannabis. Ideally, New Hampshire, if it were truly a free place, would have no regulatory or taxation structure around the cannabis plant at all. If that miraculously happened, the cannabis industry would explode in the Shire and we’d all be better off for it.

If you like that vision and you’re a libertarian, voluntarist, or liberty-loving anarchist, we need you here to help make NH the best state for cannabis freedom. Sure, other states have legalization, but there’s an insane amount of regulation and tax around the industry. What if NH could be the one state without that legal garbage? It could happen if you were here to help. We need more people to move here and join the most successful freedom migration in the world. Here are 101 reasons why you should.

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Radical Agenda EP330 – Medi-Cal Inequality

Christopher Cantwell - Mon, 2017-07-17 18:08 +0000

Latinos in California are suing the state for unequal access to health care they claim is racially biased. The reasoning for the suit is that California has created a “separate and unequal system of health care, one for the insurance program with the largest proportion of Latinos (Medi-Cal), and one for the other principal insurance plans, whose recipients are disproportionately white,” according to court filings.

Radical Agenda EP330 – Medi-Cal Inequality

In other words, California’s health care system is racist, because white people get better services than Latinos, on account of the fact that white people pay for their health care, and Latinos receive theirs at the expense of the taxpayers, who you might not be surprised to find out, are also disproportionately white.

We have literally reached a point in America, where recipients of government benefits for the supposedly indigent, have become convinced they are entitled to all the same comforts and accommodations as successful, capable, people who sustain themselves. This obviously would be unworkable and catastrophic, even if America were entirely made up of genetic equals, all capable of the same accomplishments. The fact that public policy has spent the last 60 years operating under the delusion that “diversity is our strength” has only compounded the problem. Inequality of outcome is a feature of the human condition even in a racially homogenous society. Pouring the productive efforts of whites into the money burning pit of non-white degeneracy, is like shooting a hole in a car’s gas tank and heading out for a cross country road trip.

America has gotten to a point where heart surgeons and mathematicians are expected to share a bank account with mental patients and farm laborers. The only accounting permitted on this ledger, is to be certain benefits are metered out equally. Inequality of contributions thereto are features of the system, not bugs. The idea that a more capable person could receive better outcomes than an incapable person is viewed as a violent imposition upon the less capable. Even if the capable are drained of half or more of what they produce, the inequality of the benefit is the only imbalance leftists are willing to consider.

They are not waiting for a “single payer” plan to pass the California legislature. They are simply operating under the assumption that everyone within the geographical boundary of California is entitled to medical services without regard for production or contribution. Just like they aren’t waiting for “hate speech” to be banned before they assault you for it in the street. Just like they aren’t waiting for Trump to commit any “high crimes or misdemeanors” before his impeachment. They do not care about the law, only their own will.

This is why “leftist authoritarians” and “liberal fascism” are nonsensical contradictory terms. While leftists love to wield State power, expand the size and scope of government, and care quite little for anything you and I would recognize as freedom, they are still in a sense anti authoritarian. They only use the State apparatus as a mechanism by which to facilitate their own rule breaking. Laws and authority have little relationship to what they do while in office, except as a means by which to convince the populace that their criminality is to go unpunished.

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

So join us, this and every Monday, as well as Wednesdays and Fridays from 5-7pm Eastern for another exciting episode of the Radical Agenda. It’s a show about common sense extremism where we talk about radical, crazy, off the wall things like paying your own damn bills.

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Why We’re Temporarily Shutting Down Bitcoin Vending Machines on July 31st

Free Keene - Sat, 2017-07-15 19:27 +0000

Will Bitcoin “Fork” on August 1st?

In a recent, in-depth article, I discussed the out-of-control fees to send bitcoin. The executive summary is that Bitcoin is somewhat broken due to the high fees that have been caused due to the Bitcoin network not being able to scale to consumer demand. The reason for this is because there has been an ongoing “geek war” for a couple years now behind the scenes that centers over some fundamental disagreements over how Bitcoin should handle its growing pains with scaling up. Meanwhile, the fees have been rising over the last six months and have killed off the previous usefulness that Bitcoin had for microtransactions, or even small dollar transactions. Again, see my original piece for more about the fee difficulties.

Now the ugly Bitcoin not-so-civil war that has been playing out behind the scenes on message boards, reddit, and social media for months and months is going to come into public view on August 1st. Here’s my non-technical explanation for what’s happening and how, if you’re a bitcoin holder or bitcoin-accepting merchant, it could affect you:

To oversimplify a complex situation, there are basically two “sides” in this ridiculous conflict. (For those who want the more complex, technical explanation, there are no shortage of excellent articles you can find by searching for SegWit2x, UASF, and UAHF. Here’s one.)

Satoshi Nakamoto, Anonymous Creator of Bitcoin

One side is those who say that a new technology for Bitcoin called “Segregated Witness” or “SegWit” for short, is necessary to fit more transactions into Bitcoin’s “blocks”. Blocks are the guts of the “blockchain”, the distributed, decentralized, public ledger that is the essence of what makes Bitcoin special. The problem causing the fees to be bid up is that these blocks are full of transactions, leaving the lower-fee transactions stuck waiting for hours or even days to confirm. As a result, people are paying 10-100x more than they used to just to get their transactions through in a decent amount of time.

The other camp are those who support increasing the block size. It’s currently one megabyte and they’d like it raised to two and beyond. The “big blockers” argue that limit was originally put in place to fight spam transactions. They say Bitcoin’s anonymous creator Satoshi Nakamoto’s vision was clearly against limiting the block size.

I’m not a computer programmer, so I have no real opinion about which technical change is the best one, and ultimately it doesn’t matter what I think, the people with the most sway in the Bitcoin universe are the miners. What they decide to do, is likely the way things will go. Likely. Let me explain from a more philosophical perspective, before getting back to what could happen on August 1st.

Bitcoin is a decentralized currency that transcends national borders.

One of Bitcoin’s greatest strengths is that it was not created or issued by big banks or government. It was the world’s first decentralized digital currency. It’s cryptographically secure and can’t be hacked or taken offline because of its distributed, decentralized, global network. It’s truly an amazing creation and has changed the future of money as fundamentally as the way the internet has changed communication.

There’s also a major difference between how centrally-issued currencies like the US Dollar are administrated. The US Dollar, controlled by the Federal Reserve for the benefit of the evil, aggressive US Federal Government, is administered at the whim of politicians, whichever ones happen to be in power at the moment. They can inflate the money supply at will, destroying the value of any dollars you might be holding. This is a fundraising method for them, a hidden tax. Bitcoin on the other hand is decentralized, which means that it’s not subject to the will of one man or a group of unaccountable men. That’s good because it means Bitcoin’s value can’t be debased to benefit anyone “in charge”, because there’s no one in charge.

However, its decentralized nature means that while Bitcoin can be upgraded over time, it can be a messy process. There are various types of stakeholders in the Bitcoin ecosystem: Miners, Programmers, Full Nodes, and Users (which include merchants, individuals, exchanges, merchant services providers, etc).

Is it over yet?

Now that you know the various types of stakeholders and the possible options to scale the network, you may be wondering, “How do these people come together to improve Bitcoin technically and allow it to scale up to consumer demand?” The answer is, they might not come together, and those who are refusing to come to the table to talk and compromise are planning to possibly break away on August 1st.

What could happen? Lots of different things. Here’s what I hope will be the most likely scenario:

Segwit2x:
In late May at the “Consensus” event in New York an agreement was finally reached by major Bitcoin-related businesses and holders of approximately 83% of the mining power in the world. This agreement gives the SegWit advocates what they want, SegWit, then within six months increases the block size from 1 MB to 2 MB. The “SegWit2x” or the “New York Agreement” plan includes a timeline that they have been following, thus far. They’ve released their beta software to the miners and as of right now, more than 86% of the world’s mining power is signaling their support for SegWit2x. In order to change Bitcoin, you need ideally a supermajority of miners to support the proposal. SegWit2x appears to have this support. If a proposal doesn’t have the miners’ support, that idea is basically dead in the water.

Some People Really Like the Segwit Proposal, Others, Not-So-Much

In less than a week from now, on July 21st, SegWit2x-supporting miners are expected to be running the new SegWit2x software and signal their activation of SegWit. If they do as agreed, SegWit will activate, likely before August 1st. With 86% of the mining power currently behind this proposal and everything going as planned so far, this seems the most likely scenario.

However, even if SegWit2x goes into action before August 1st, there’s still at least one wildcard in play called “UASF”.

UASF:
The “User Activated Soft Fork” or UASF is the reason why August 1st is the big day in question. There is a group of people who run Bitcoin “Full Nodes” that are SegWit fanatics who are planning to split the Bitcoin network with a “soft fork” on August 1st. I realize that’s a lot of jargon, so allow me to clarify:

“Full Nodes” are those computers in the world that are running special Bitcoin software that includes a copy of the entire Bitcoin blockchain – currently over 140 GB of data. While the miners are arguably the most important decision makers in the Bitcoin universe, the Full Nodes also perform an important role of block and transaction validation. In this case, right now about 15% of the approximately 7,900 Full Nodes are signaling their support for the UASF.

Bitcoin mining doesn’t actually look like this.

The UASF people, as I understand it, do not support the SegWit2x plan, despite their support for SegWit. Presumably, they do not wish to see the block size raised, and that’s why they oppose SegWit2x. Despite not appearing to have any significant mining power or even the rest of the full nodes behind them, this vocal minority is plotting a schism in the Bitcoin network on August 1st. They plan to accomplish this by ordering their nodes to refuse to validate any blocks that do not include a signal that indicates the miner who mined the block supports the UASF proposal. If the UASF full nodes are backed by some small amount of miners, they will “soft fork” the Bitcoin blockchain.

A “soft fork” would mean the point in time at which the blockchain, (Bitcoin’s public ledger that goes back to the beginning of the currency in 2009 and contains every transaction that has occurred), will fork into two. Each would have all the transactions from 2009 through August 1st at the time of the fork, but after that time would have different transactions logged to each chain. That means there would be two Bitcoin networks, each competing to be the “real” Bitcoin.

It also means that anyone holding bitcoin (in a non-custodial wallet where you control the keys) before the fork would then have the same amount of BOTH types of bitcoin. For the sake of this discussion, let’s call them “Original Bitcoin” and “UASF Bitcoin”. If you had 10 bitcoins before the split, afterwards you’d have 10 original bitcoin and 10 UASF bitcoin.

Which will be the “real” Bitcoin if a fork happens?

This is where things can get dangerous and even more confusing, if it wasn’t flummoxing enough already!

In Jimmy Song’s blog post where he covers multiple potential scenarios, he does an excellent job of explaining a likely outcome of the UASF scenario if they don’t have much mining support (and they don’t appear to):

In this scenario, the Users have something like 0–13% of the July 31 network hash rate on August 1. The obvious consequence of having such a low hash rate is that blocks will come very slowly (one per 80 minutes+). This leads to two big problems.

The first problem is that there will be a tremendous backlog of transactions on the Users’ fork. Transactions will take a very long time to confirm, and since block space is scarce, fees will be very high. The cost and time of transacting Users’ fork coins may put downward pressure on price.

While there’s a chance the UASF Bitcoin could be snuffed out due to lack of miner support there’s also a chance it could continue on competing in the marketplace to be considered the “real” Bitcoin. This will be quite difficult if they have low miner support for the above reasons. For more detail on “forking”, check out this article.

For an unknown amount of time after a fork, it’s risky to send or receive bitcoin. This has to do with the fact until the dust settles after the fork, you can be subject to “replay attacks” until the exchanges and wallet providers come up with a way to protect against these attacks. There’s also the risk that one of the two sides of the fork will be eliminated through competition, which would destroy any transactions that happened on that chain. Further, some companies may side with one chain or another rather than allowing both, which will lead to extreme confusion as to which Bitcoin is which.

Bitcoin Vending Machine at “Route 101 Local Goods” Will Shut Down Temporarily on July 31st.

Is this starting to sound like a nightmare? I’ve only scratched the surface on what could happen, but as a non-programmer who has done a fair amount of reading on both “sides” of this subject, it seems to me that these are the two most likely scenarios:

1. SegWit2x activates before August 1st and UASF supporters abandon their plan out of expected failure.
2. SegWit2x activates before August 1st and UASF supporters and a small percentage of the mining power fork Bitcoin. It could then be days or weeks before the dust settles and we can safely send and receive bitcoin again.

Please note, I’m oversimplifying and haven’t even touched on the “User Activated Hard Fork” (UAHF) that is planned as a response to the UASF being more successful than expected.

Given that the situation is going to be very fluid and potentially risky, we at Shire BTC Vending and Shire Bitcoin are shutting down the Bitcoin Vending Machines in Manchester, Concord, and Keene temporarily on July 31st. We at Shire BTC Vending will be monitoring the situation and will post updates on the Shire BTC Vending website and NH Bitcoin forums. Shire Bitcoin, who operates the Concord BVM, will post updates to their site as well.

If you are an individual or business that holds or accepts bitcoin, I can’t tell you for sure what you should do, but here are some ideas:

It’s best if you hold your private keys yourself.

  • Check Your Keys: If you have some amount of bitcoin, make sure it’s in a “non-custodial” wallet to which you hold the private key. Some examples of non-custodial wallets include Jaxx, Blockchain, Mycelium, Airbitz, Copay, Bitcoin.com, Breadwallet, Electrum, and Exodus. If you had to write down 12 words to back up your wallet – you have your private key. If you have the private key and Bitcoin forks, you’ll come out on the other end with both types of bitcoin. If, on the other hand your bitcoin is being stored in a custodial wallet where someone else, like Coinbase, LocalBitcoins, Paxful, Backpage, Xapo, Freewallet, GDAX, Kraken, BitStamp, Poloniex, or any bitcoin exchange, has control over the private key, then you are subject to their whims regarding how they handle the fork. Maybe they’ll give you access to both bitcoin, or maybe only one of them. It’s best to hold your bitcoin in a wallet which gives you access to your private key, instead of giving corporations control over your key, and therefore your bitcoin.
  • HOLD: Once you’re sure your bitcoins are in a non-custodial wallet, hold on for the ride. If Bitcoin forks, you shouldn’t spend or receive BTC if you can avoid it until the dust has settled. If you’re a bitcoin-accepting merchant, lock up the point of sale device and instruct staff to politely decline any customers who want to use bitcoin to pay until the confusion no longer remains online. Stay positive! There’s a good chance the bitcoin price could drop dramatically during a fork and any ensuing reorganizations. Bitcoin can survive this challenge – we’ve had drops in price before, dramatic ones. Watch, wait, and keep up with the latest.
  • Bail Out: If you’re too spooked by the possibility and uncertainty of a fork, you can always cash out for fiat currency like US Dollars or trade your bitcoin for other competing cryptocurrencies. Keene-area merchants who want to cash out should contact the Keene Bitcoin Network and we can probably help with that or any questions you might have.
  • Pick a Side: If you really want to take some risk, you can try to pick a winner in the event of a fork and as soon as the two competing bitcoins appear on exchanges for trading, you can try selling your least-favorite bitcoin and buying your favorite (or other altcoins). I personally will not be taking this level of risk and will instead HOLD.

“HODL” – A now popular mistyping of “HOLD”, generally a simple an effective strategy with bitcoin.

For the sake of simplicity, I hope for the future where nothing happens on August 1st. However, there’s an argument that Bitcoin would ultimately be better off if it forks, since finally both sides in this geek war will get what they want – a version that conforms to their vision for what the currency should be. Ethereum, the current #2 cryptocurrency, survived a contentious fork into two Ethereums last year. Out of that split came “Ethereum” and “Ethereum Classic“. While both coins’ prices took a dive after the split, they’ve both risen in price since, becoming the #2 and #5 cryptos in the world according to CoinCap.io, which measures the market caps (total global value) of hundreds of cryptocurrencies.

However, the big difference is that Ethereum was not (and still isn’t) used in the retail marketplace like Bitcoin is. No other cryptocurrency has the retail penetration Bitcoin does, which means if there are two Bitcoins, that could lead to some confusion about which one is “real” and which is the useful one. We’ll do our best to keep you informed as this situation does or does not develop.

Stay tuned to Free Keene for the latest big news for Bitcoin in New Hampshire and the Shire BTC Vending website and NH bitcoin forums for more detailed information and discussion.

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Radical Agenda EP329 – News, Phones, WWHD

Christopher Cantwell - Fri, 2017-07-14 20:30 +0000

There’s a lot going on, but the show starts in 30 minutes and I still haven’t written a blog post because my nap lasted longer than expected. So how about I just paste a new intro I’ve been working on and we go from there?

Radical Agenda EP329 – News, Phones, WWHD

The Radical Agenda is a live, uncensored, and mostly unscripted, entertainment program, which airs, usually, from a sorry excuse for a studio in Keene, New Hampshire every Monday Wednesday, and Friday from 5-7pm Eastern time.

We take calls on the air, as you may have heard.

More information, most notably how and why you are now legally obligated to hand me all your cash can be found at ChristopherCantwell.com/donate, and for the 329th time get on my mailing list at ChristopherCantwell.com/subscribe

The program is hosted by yours truly. A very troubled artist who usually goes by the name of Christopher Cantwell. He is a convicted criminal who literally begs for money on the Internet, talks about himself in the third person, loses track of his court dates and abortion victims, and as you probably guessed, has a history of substance abuse and relationship issues, which could compete for status with the likes of Luka Magnotta.

He is a racist, and a sexist, and while he’d rather not be an anti-semite, those oven dodging sons of whores just refuse to stop running our government, media, financial systems into the ground.

Did I mention your humble correspondent was a homophobe, a xenophobe, an islamophobe a transphobe and which ever isms and phobias are popular catch phrases amongst the communists at the moment?

We’re definitely going to say fuck before this thing is over, so while I’m doing what I can to improve in this regard, it would probably be best if you got the kids out of the room 5 minutes ago, and you definitely don’t want to be caught listening to this at work. Please do keep in mind that I endorsed Donald Trump, and not the other way around, but with your help I sure do hope to someday see that change.

What follows is privileged, copyrighted, fictional, artistic, private, legally protected, and whatever other terminology one might assign to a meaningless wall of light and sound one is not looking forward to hearing read aloud in a courtroom. If I had any rights at all, I’d reserve them, but in case you haven’t picked up a newspaper in a while, none of us have any rights or entitlements at all and anyone who tells you otherwise is probably working for the the guys with the stars on their sleeves.

I am not, nor have I ever been of sound mind, and anyone who says I am is obviously a woman, so who gives a shit what she thinks, am I right fellas?

This is being delivered to you through what I’m certain is the most heavily monitored communications medium in the history of mankind, on the publicly known profile of a man who has been in close proximity to at least one terrorism investigation.

You will get exactly what you deserve, if you follow my advice, so how bout you call in and ask for some at 747-234-2254, or Radical Agenda on, ah, on dah Skypes dere, if you would like to be on the program, and the more you talk the less I have to so, please do give us call. Kids be sure to ask your parents permission, and report them to the proper authorities, if they say yes.

So without any further ado, welcome to the Radical Agenda. What’s your agenda?

 

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

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Radical Agenda EP328 – Cultural Incompetence

Christopher Cantwell - Wed, 2017-07-12 18:46 +0000

The good news is, leftists have finally admitted that this influx of migrants they think is so wonderful, will never assimilate to our culture. The bad news is, that won’t stop them from trying to import these savages, because they want our culture destroyed.

Radical Agenda EP328 – Cultural Incompetence

We’ve talked a few times, about how our judicial system seems to be letting invaders, rapists in particular, off the hook. Whether you’re a developmentally disabled 5 year old girl in Idaho, a 14 year girl old in a Maryland High School, a college student from Massachusetts, an anally raped Swedish teen, or a young mother of three from the United Kingdom, you can count on your rapist going free as long as he doesn’t speak the language of the country properly.

You might think I’m oversimplifying here, but I’m not. In Sweden, an Iraqi migrant anally raped a 14 year old, on Facebook Live video while she screamed “No!” on camera. He was literally released under the auspices that he did not understand this lack of consent. The Hovrätten (royal court) of Western Sweden said the Iraqi, who had former convictions, had “suspected ADHD,” which, according to the court, gave him “difficulties in interpreting and interacting with other people as well as recognizing the standards he is expected to live up to.”

Now if you live in America, you might be thinking to yourself “Those dumb Swedes! Good thing we’re not as stupid as them!” but you would be wrong again. A 33 year old Congolese immigrant named Augustin Bahati, escaped prosecution on six domestic-violence crimes when his lawyer convinced a city prosecutor that he lacked the cultural competency to participate in the American justice system, according to court and public records reviewed by the New Hampshire Union Leader. Apparently it is one of those outdated ideas of the whitecisheteropatriarchy that men are not supposed to be “striking, pushing, grabbing, kicking and pulling out the hair of a woman who was 27 weeks pregnant” (a description from one of the police reports).

Cultural incompetence, ladies and gentlemen. We are now expected to believe that a guy who was arrested six times for battering women, literally lacked the capacity to see the problem after arrest number 5. Of course, if you suggest that might be a reason to restrict immigration from places where certain “cultures” dominate, you’ll be called a racist, which is apparently a bigger problem than being called a rapist in America today. If you suggest this Congolian savage should have been kept in his hellhole with the rest of his subhuman kin, you’re a literal Nazi who deserves to be punched on television.

These people aren’t even trying anymore. After decades of brainwashing and unchecked immigration into America and Europe, the left has declared victory even while they are removed from power. As far as they’re concerned, white people are the enemy, and the war is almost over. They are just running around bayoneting the wounded at this point. Feel like raping or beating a woman? Just make sure she’s got blonde hair, blue eyes, and good credit, and you’ll be back on the street with your weaponized dick in no time.

If our governments will not protect our women, then the men of our society will. If that means we have to go to war with our own governments, then I would encourage the existing powers to check with the Brits on how well that worked out for them 242 years ago.

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

So join us, this and every Wednesday, as well as Mondays and Fridays from 5-7pm Eastern for another exciting episode of the Radical Agenda. It’s a show about common sense extremism where we talk about radical, crazy, off the wall things like hunting rapists for sport.

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Free Shipping Special Offer Today Only

Christopher Cantwell - Tue, 2017-07-11 13:58 +0000

I once found myself unable to host my show one day because I had found my XLR microphone cable to be faulty during one of my recent travels. So I set out to purchase a replacement. I drove nearly an hour to a Radio Shack, only to find out it was closed. Next, I tried a different store with a giant closing sign, hoping to get a deal, only to find the inside of the place looking as if it had been ransacked by a pack of wild animals, who as it happens are still in the store drinking grape soda, and eating cheese puffs. After that I went to a different store, where the store employee in the sound section looked at me like a deer in headlights when I asked him where to find the product in his store. He instead suggested a local guitar store, where I was finally able to purchase the product.

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While that was an extreme example, it left me thinking about the time I could have saved by buying it online. Usually when I shop, I go to pick up a specific item or know the type of thing I am looking for, not to browse for whatever catches my eye, as I suspect most straight men also do. (I’m lying, I treat Walmarts like they are tourist attractions) When I am shopping, I want to avoid liberals in the wild, long lines and unknowledgeable salespeople which is not usually possible with America’s rapid demographic decline, and better use that time instead on my show, working on my physique, having intellectual conversations or whatever of the thousands of things I might do in a day.

I recently decided to sign up for a sort of promotion with one of my top affiliate programs. Their big annual sale is today, Tuesday, July 11, 2017 (though they start offering deals Monday night) and the sale is only available to current members of their service. They offer a free one-month trial, so besides the Christmas season, this is the best time to try out the service.

The service offers unlimited free two day shipping (or one day or 2 HOUR shipping in select locations). If you don’t have the service, their free shipping can take a week or more. Service members are also able to buy sale items before the general public so you can get an item before it sells out. You can read about the other benefits on their website here.

It’s a place where you can find things that the liberals and chosen ones hate ranging from Ivanka Trump shoes to It’s the Jews Stupid!: Who and What These Evil Vipers Are! I enjoy that when you look at a product page, they recommend similar items based on what other customers bought and that they also include negative reviews, so if you are wondering if a product is cheaply made, people will have usually answered your question in the comment section.

Many of my listeners are already customers with the service, and I’ve been an affiliate with them for a while now. Sometimes people contact me to ask if I got my commission for a given purchase, and so long as it is unique enough I’ve been able to confirm the purchase every time. If you are not already doing so, please click on my affiliate link (which is also listed on my website’s shopping mall section), and click the top banner which takes you straight to the service’s homepage, where you can browse and shop. It helps me to keep the lights on here and it costs you nothing besides a few seconds to click on my link. I am hoping soon to host videos on my website, buy better equipment and your use of my link, greatly helps me towards those goals. Bookmark it (Bookmark it I said!) for future use as well.

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City Commits Civil Disobedience Against Feds By Painting Blue Line Down Marlboro St.

Free Keene - Mon, 2017-07-10 22:23 +0000

Keene Signals its Support for Secession by its Recent Peaceful Civil Disobedience

In case you aren’t aware, the police have their own gang symbol. It’s called the “thin blue line” – a blue line horizontally sandwiched between two black bars. You’ll frequently see it on the back of vehicles presumably containing police or their immediate relatives. Of course, anyone can buy these stickers now, so police have other ways of recognizing their own, like these family “professional courtesy” passbooks, but regardless, the blue line is still seen on their cars, their clothing, and now flags. It helps create the “us vs them” mentality that some police have. Worse still, some people insist on treating the police as though they are better than the rest of humanity. Their word is gold in court, they get special burials when mass calamity happens, deferential treatment in many of the crimes the corrupt officers commit, and more.

In a recent Keene Sentinel piece about multiple city councilors gushing over their recent decision to paint a horribly garish blue line down the middle of Marlboro St, local commenter Johnson Rice points out that the city is actually committing civil disobedience against the federal government:

This doesn’t look like the kind of thing a “peace officer” should be sporting.

Interesting that the city decided to violate the law outlined by the USDOT & FHA when they clearly warned a few towns in New Jersey that this practice is illegal in that it creates unsafe road conditions because motorists don’t know what this line means. It could result in lawsuits for the city if the unsafe condition results in any legitimate accidents or even “accidents” involving less scrupulous people.

Good for the City of Keene though for adopting that rebellious “Free Keene” spirit and willfully violating federal law.

I think the bright blue paint is ugly, distracting, and possibly dangerous to clueless drivers. The police get far too much worship as-is, for the job of a supposed “servant” and don’t need any more blind obeisance. (They aren’t all saints. Here’s a story about a local NH police chief who also was a child rapist for several years at least.)

All that said, while I don’t agree with the issue they chose, I do appreciate the city government’s embracing of peaceful civil disobedience. Maybe they’ll see the light that the federal government is a controlling, abusive spouse and start openly supporting secession next?

Doubtful, but this does point out that the law means nothing to the state & city when they wish to ignore it. Who can blame them? Statutes and codes are just words on paper written by strangers. They are opinions backed by guns. Thanks to their “thin blue line” of police, the political class is protected from having to follow their own rules, yet the rest of us are jailed for victimless crimes in ever-growing numbers.

It might make you wonder who the police are really there to “protect and serve“, hmm?

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Radical Agenda EP327 – Have We Lost The Argument?

Christopher Cantwell - Mon, 2017-07-10 12:49 +0000

Imagine if you will, a funeral procession. Limousines and black clad people of all ages, exchanging memories of the dearly departed. Reason was his name, he left no children behind.

Radical Agenda EP327 – Have We Lost The Argument?

Half the people in the funeral parlor are half drunk off their pocket flasks, and outside there are a bunch of people who hated Reason so much, that they wouldn’t even permit a proper burial. They want him burned and desecrated, and his name destroyed for an eternity, and they’ll hurt innocent people to get what they want.

If you guessed this was a metaphor for something going on right now, you’re onto something. I got a message from a listener over the weekend which read “After being swarmed by antifa in New Haven I now understand why you refuse to go anywhere that won’t let you carry”. He further informed me that Augustus Invictus had to cancel his speech due to security concerns.

Connecticut, you might recall is home to one Sandy Hook Elementary School, the scene of a mass shooting that inspired new gun control laws to pass throughout the country. Suffice to say, they are not an open carry state, and they certainly do not reciprocate a New Hampshire Pistol/Revolver License.

You know where else you’re not allowed to carry a gun? Germany, where the G20 meetings were recently held. Outside, Luke Rudkoswki and another independent journalist were accused of being Nazis, and assaulted on the streets while police did nothing to stop it.

If anybody knows of a way to handle these problems verbally, I’m all ears. I’m starting to think the time for talk might be drawing to a close though. What discussion can I have with anyone, while my life is left in the hands of negroes and homosexuals who have already proven willing to illegally assault me, on camera, in front of hundreds of witnesses? Should I trust the judgement of such savages, for the reward of postponing a conflict? Call in and convince me that Western civilization is not on the brink of mass civil unrest, if not open warfare, at 747-234-2254, or RadicalAgenda on Skype.

So join us, this and every Monday, as well as Wednesdays and Fridays from 5-7pm Eastern for another exciting episode of the Radical Agenda. It’s a show about common sense extremism where we talk about radical, crazy, off the wall things like being disarmed by your government, only to be assaulted by the criminals such laws enable.

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The Jail Paper Keene’s Video Interview of Free Keene Founder

Free Keene - Sun, 2017-07-09 12:00 +0000

Free Keene Founder Ian Freeman Interviewed by The Jail Paper Keene

New courtroom video/photo blog The Jail Paper Keene has been reporting from Keene’s district and superior courts recently, covering various criminal cases. This week, The Jail Paper Keene posted some of my mugshots and asked for comments on whether I am a hero or villain. Since I’ve been a longtime, publicly visible activist who has done a bunch over the decade plus I’ve been here in Keene, naturally some of the haters came around to post their uninformed vitriol.

I did my best to correct their misinformation and was amazed as some haters also attacked the Jail Paper Keene for even posting my photo to their page, accusing the page of being run by me or one of my supposed “puppets”. Their paranoia knows no bounds.

Today, I had the pleasure of meeting The Jail Paper Keene’s Thomas Parisi and he conducted an interview on my front porch. You can watch it here on The Jail Paper Keene’s facebook page.

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Area Police Chief Sentenced to Decades in Prison for Multiple Rapes

Free Keene - Sat, 2017-07-08 21:38 +0000

Former Police Chief and Convicted Child Rapist Robert K Chambers Sr.

The reason why the government police can be so corrupt and violent is because they have a monopoly on violence. There’s no competition allowed in the marketplace. Worse, you’re forced to fund the police, even if they are doing things you disagree with, like arresting people for possession of cannabis, teens for alcohol, or committing multiple counts of rape against a child.

Area former police chief Robert K Chambers, Sr, who’d been the head of both the Gilsum and Marlow New Hampshire departments was recently convicted on several counts of aggravated felonious sexual assault and sentenced to decades in prison, according to the Keene Sentinel. Chambers is 65. Here’s video of the harrowing victim impact statement his victim made at Chambers’ sentencing, as published by The Jail Paper Keene, a new court videographer on facebook.

Many people mistakenly believe all Cop Blockers are against the police. The truth is, I’m not against the police. I’m in favor of when police protect people from real crime involving a victim. I have even assisted the police when they were investigating real crimes. However if police are arresting people for victimless crimes, I will oppose that. I’m a police accountability activist, which means holding the cops to their promise of doing good by reporting on the bad ones. The worst cops are those like Chambers, who are clearly people in search of power over others, as this recent despicable example sadly proves.

It’s of course, not the first time that NH’s top cops have been caught up in ugly news, revealing some of them as corrupt, power seekers. Don’t forget the New London, NH chief who allegedly coerced college girls to take nude photos in the police basement when they were arrested for some victimless crime or another. Or how about the Canterbury, NH chief who allegedly used his position of power to engage in sexual acts with a female teen police explorer? There’s the Haverhill, NH chief who resigned after being busted for DUI. Obviously not all chiefs are low-life hypocrites, but you have to wonder how many of them are corrupt. There’s no way to stop a corrupt officer from rising through the ranks of power, since if you withhold taxes in protest, the very same police will come and attack you and your family.

Manch Cops Unnecessarily Intimidate Innocent People in Search for Suspect

Obviously Chambers is the lowest of the low – a now-convicted child rapist who also has previous murder allegations hanging in his past. However, as long as the state exists, power-seeking psychopaths like Chambers will continue to wield as much as they can, undetected for decades, if ever. Until taxes are made voluntary, there is no way for people to do anything more significant than continue to uncover, publicize, and complain about corruption.

Luckily, there’s an ongoing NH Freedom Migration where liberty-minded, peace-loving people are moving to New Hampshire and working to reduce the government here. Perhaps someday the state’s violent monopoly will be ended and the market will finally be able to provide important services like protection, where competition and the ability to say “no” to a bad company’s product or service will raise quality, service, and lower price. That will result in better protection services, provided by those seeking customer satisfaction rather than power.

If you are libertarian of voluntarist, especially if you’re interested in police accountability, here are 101 Reasons Why Liberty Lives in New Hampshire, and why thousands of people who think like you are migrating here, ASAP.

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Radical Agenda EP326 – New Low

Christopher Cantwell - Wed, 2017-07-05 18:10 +0000

Here at the Radical Agenda, we’ve learned the hard way never to overestimate the dignity of leftists. Whenever you think they have done the most despicable thing possible, just wait 24 hours and they will prove you wrong quite reliably.

Radical Agenda EP326 – New Low

It has really gotten to a point where nobody event finds it surprising, much less alarming when the media gets caught lying these days. Their “lie big, retract small” strategy is why savages still roam the streets saying “hands up don’t shoot” while rioting and setting buildings on fire. I don’t even think most of their viewers believe this Russia nonsense anymore.

Trying to violently topple a duly elected President, and blatantly lying about whatever they dreamed up the night before has become normalized. We don’t even expect them to tell the truth anymore. Generally however, we don’t expect them to track down meme makers online and threaten to dox them on one of the largest cable news networks in America.

That’s exactly what CNN just did though. CNN targeted Reddit user HanAssholeSolo because he took credit for a meme posted by President Donald Trump. A  meme in which a scene from a World Wrestling Entertainment skit featuring Trump had CNN’s logo superimposed on the face of someone Trump skillfully beat the tar out of. If they had left it alone, everybody would have forgotten about it in 24 hours, but the liberal media wanted their pound of flesh.

Communists everywhere insisted this retweeted gif was an open call to start lynching lügenpresse agents on sight. They flooded wires and airwaves with hyperbole that made the Radical Agenda look like NPR. Rather than dissuading Trump’s army of shitposters however, it predictably resulted in the mass proliferation of violent anti-CNN and Pro-Trump memes, many of which were well catalogued by Mike Cernovich.

Like any prepubescent child, CNN threw a temper tantrum over the ridicule. They tracked down the original meme maker on reddit. They found out his other posts had what they described as “racist and anti-Semitic imagery”. They found out his true identity, and then they blackmailed him into removing all his prior posts and promising never to do it again. If he does, CNN says they reserve the right to publicize his true identity, and destroy his life.

If the election coverage hadn’t proven beyond a doubt that these networks are little more than propaganda factories, perhaps people will stop taking their journalism credentials seriously now that they are literally doxxing reddit users for making fun of them online. They insist that Trump’s tweet was inciting violence against journalists, but when journalists decide to go interfering with the lives of private citizens, we all know who to blame when someone gets hurt.

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

So join us this and every Wednesday, as well as Mondays and Fridays from 5-7pm Eastern for another exciting episode of the Radical Agenda. It’s a show about common sense extremism where we talk about radical, crazy, off the wall things like the lügenpresse.

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Cantwell on RedIce.TV 07/2017

Christopher Cantwell - Wed, 2017-07-05 14:04 +0000

I recently had the pleasure of speaking with Henrik from RedIce.tv (perhaps better known as Red Ice Radio). Headquartered in Sweden and North America, Red Ice Radio is a talk radio program hosted by Henrik Palmgren, predominately focusing on issues concerning European survival. Henrik interviews authors, researchers and commentators two times per week. The second hour is only available to Red Ice premium members. The show is independent, commercial free and supported by members, available on demand directly from redice.tv. Red Ice members also have access to a filmed version of selected interviews.

The Left is Waging War

It was a lively show covering a number of important topics. After catching up, we dive into more serious matters. We discuss the ongoing political polarization taking place in America, I remind the audience that the Left is waging war, while many on the Right are under the naive impression that civil discourse will solve things. Later, we discuss political violence, libertarianism, and mass immigration. The first hour concludes with me offering my thoughts on the Alt-Lite.

In the members’ hour, I begin by telling the Henrik about my trip to the recent Bilderberg conference. This leads to a discussion on (((influence))), which, as you’ll need no reminder, is a very suppressed issue. Switching gears, we then talk about Europe’s demographic plight. I predict a backlash among immigrant populations if and when the welfare stops flowing. The members’ hour explores much more, including the 2016 election, mainstream media, and the importance of self-improvement.

Check it out on RedIce.TV or catch the first hour in the YouTube embed below.

 

 

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Patriotism Displayed At Somaliafest

Free Keene - Wed, 2017-07-05 00:00 +0000

Shire Dude wishes you a happy Secession Day!

To celebrate, please watch this beautiful display of nation-love.  It’s episode 2 of Shire Dude’s new season!

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Bitcoin fees are WAY down! What happened, and why is virtually no one talking about it?

Free Keene - Tue, 2017-07-04 23:00 +0000

Charlie Shrem, COO of Jaxx, stumbled onto the lower fees, he told Free Talk Live.

I saw the headline in Coin Telegraph and couldn’t believe it: “Bitcoin Transaction Fees Significantly Decrease, Charlie Shrem Pays $0.25 Fee”. Even though I know and trust Charlie Shrem, I still thought this news was a fluke.

For those who haven’t been following the ugly geek war happening behind the scenes of Bitcoin, here’s a recap, oversimplifying a complex situation:

As little as two years ago, Bitcoin’s median transaction fee was as low as $0.02 worth of bitcoin. That means half of all bitcoin transaction fees cost less than $0.02 and the other half cost over $0.02.
With Bitcoin, there are fees to send, not receive. (This is the reverse of credit cards, where the merchant pays a fee to receive.) In the past, if one wanted, one could send bitcoin with no fee and it would go through, just without any priority. As you can see from this chart, the median transaction fee has shot up mostly in the last six months or so, and it has risen has high as $3.00 worth of bitcoin!

That means that had I wanted, in the last few months, to go buy a $2.00 drink at Corner News with bitcoin here on Main Street in Keene, NH, it might cost me $3 just to send the $2, making it a $5 drink! No sane customer would pay a crazy fee like that. This dramatic rise in fees has destroyed bitcoin’s previous usefulness for microtransactions. No more bitcoin-operated snack machines, no more using bitcoin for small online tips, no more Watch-my-Bit micro-donation video streaming service.

Century-Old Main St. Icon Corner News, Accepting Bitcoin Since 2013

As someone who, as part of the Keene Bitcoin Network, has put a lot of effort into helping Keene be the the number one city for bitcoin-accepting businesses per capita in the world, the skyrocketing fees on bitcoin were quite disheartening. It wasn’t just me, many of the Keene Bitcoin Network had been desperately looking at the competitors to bitcoin like DASH and Ethereum as possible alternatives for the Keene-area businesses who had been early bitcoin adopters.

It was getting harder and harder, due to the rising fees, to want to spend and promote bitcoin. Bitcoin is essentially broken for small dollar uses, meaning it’s far less useful as an actual currency, which is what it was intended to be. Sadly, there is a group of bitcoiners who want Bitcoin to be damaged in this way, and they somehow believe it will stay on top of the world’s hundreds of cryptocurrencies, though it’s been losing its market dominance over the last several months, as the competing cryptocurrencies have been rising to meet the consumer demand for a fast, low-fee crypto, like Bitcoin once was.

Percentage of Total Cryptocurrency Market Capitalization –
Bitcoin Dropping Precipitously as Others Rise

Behind the scenes of bitcoin, things have been very ugly for a couple of years now. Like so many things in life involving groups of people, Bitcoin’s supporters are going through a schism. Unlike the schisms involving religion or politics, where people can just go their separate ways and do what they want, the Bitcoin schism involves people’s money – about 42 BILLION dollars worth, at the moment of this article’s writing. Combine that with the fact that almost everyone involved can hide behind their computer screen, and you can imagine how ugly this has gotten on the various forums, reddits, social media, and such.

Technically, the schism revolves around how to solve the growing pains that Bitcoin has been experiencing. The reason the fees have shot up is because the Bitcoin network is full of transactions and people sending the transactions are bidding up the fee prices to ensure their transactions get priority. Bitcoin has become so popular worldwide that the “blocks” are full. The blocks are what create the “blockchain”, which is the decentralized, distributed, immutable ledger that is the guts of the Bitcoin network. The blocks are “mined” onto the blockchain by powerful computers doing very complex math.

As I understand it, and I’m not a Bitcoin programmer, when the blocks are full, all the lower-fee transactions that didn’t make it into a block go into the “mempool”, where they have been piling up in large quantity. That means that not only have Bitcoin’s fees been super-high, but also that transactions with lower-than-the-median fees can get stuck, sometimes for DAYS. Bitcoin, despite its amazingly high price (over $2,500 at this moment), is pretty busted compared to how it was.

Bitcoin Mempool – Last 60 Days

That brings us to this recent surprising development. As the Coin Telegraph article about Charlie Shrem sending his recent transaction with a surprisingly low $0.25 fee explains, the mempool has recently become less-clogged, dramatically so. This handy chart from Blockchain.info puts it in perspective. The Coin Telegraph article, which was published several days ago now, screwed up the numbers – they said the mempool had dropped from a high of 120 GB to around 20 GB. According to the chart, it’s MB, not GB, but otherwise, they are correct! The mempool has indeed dropped to below 20 MB, which means transactions are finally able to get through in a faster amount of time for lower fees! In fact, yesterday at one point the mempool was nearly down to 2 MB!

At Sunday’s meetup of the Keene Bitcoin Network at Rick’s Ice Cream, we put the claims of low fees to the test. Darryl pulled up his Airbitz wallet and sent me $1.00 worth of bitcoin. The recommended fee from Airbitz’ calculations was $0.01! Unbelievable, right? Recommended fees have been as high as $1.50-$3.00 in recent weeks, but sure enough, his transaction went through and was confirmed in under four minutes! Don’t believe it? I couldn’t either, but here it is on the blockchain. See for yourself. I then sent $1.00 worth of bitcoin to Darryl with my Airbitz wallet, and it recommended a $0.08 fee. Again, confirmed in under four minutes! (Bitcoin transactions can be seen on the network usually immediately after they are sent, but they “confirm” after being included in a block. They then keep getting more confirmations after that.)

Keene Bitcoin Network Meetup at Rick’s Ice Cream Last Weekend

Later that night, when re-stocking the Manchester Bitcoin Vending Machine, I sent some similarly low-fee transactions as what Darryl and I had sent earlier, but these took about two hours to get their first confirmation. So, I tried one for approx $0.28 worth of bitcoin and it confirmed in 12 minutes. While $0.28 isn’t as good as $0.02, it’s a major improvement on $2.80 fees. To be clear, we’re not out of the woods yet. Bitcoin is still backlogged, but there are some supposed fixes coming to Bitcoin in the next few months that should reduce the fees even further.

There are two very important questions, first, which bitcoin wallet software is working properly and recommending the new, lower fees and which ones are still recommending the higher fees?

According to our testing, Airbitz and Blockchain.info’s wallets are working correctly, recommending saner fees, while Mycelium and Jaxx are still making very high fee recommendations. We had Jaxx’s Chief Operating Officer, the very same Charlie Shrem, on my talk radio show, “Free Talk Live” on Sunday night to talk about the new, lower-fees and if Jaxx will be updating their wallet to reflect it. Since we did not do an exhaustive check of the wallet software available, please feel free to post the normal recommended fee levels from your wallet(s) in the comments.

Today’s recommended fees are higher than Sunday’s. As I am writing this on Independence Day afternoon, Airbitz recommended a $0.47 fee to send, then it recommended $0.70 for a subsequent transaction. Perhaps this respite from insane fees will be short lived, but for now $0.47-$0.70 still feels a lot better than $2.50. The fact is, due to the mempool decrease that happened over the last month, bitcoin is now cheaper and faster than in recent months. However, the second important question is why did the mempool decrease as much as it has, when it did?

Satoshi Nakamoto, Anonymous Creator of Bitcoin

This question leads into conspiracy territory, because there’s probably no way to really know why the mempool dropped by over 100 MB in approximately one month’s time. However, it’s very interesting that the beginning of the drop coincided with the “New York Agreement” (Segwit2x). At the end of May, people representing some major bitcoin companies and 83% of the mining power in the Bitcoin world came together at a conference and after years of debate finally hammered out an agreement to implement both of the competing proposals to fix Bitcoin’s network capacity issues. It was shortly after this agreement that the mempool size began to fall. Why? Some have suggested that the Bitcoin network was being spammed with junk transactions and that whoever was spamming it, ceased after the agreement was put in place. That’s obviously speculation, but if it’s true, then who was doing the spamming? Was it the people supporting small blocks? The people supporting large blocks? Both of them? Heck, was it Satoshi Nakamoto, the anonymous and disappeared-for-years creator of Bitcoin? Who knows, but I hope whoever it was doesn’t start it up again. Whoever it was, was willing to spend a good amount of money doing it, as it has gone on for weeks, if that’s indeed what happened.

Confirmed Bitcoin Transactions Per Day, Last 60 Days

Others have said that it wasn’t the cessation of spamming, but that it was just the market choosing to use other cryptocurrency. On its face, this seems like the more reasonable explanation, given the high fees would drive away all the small dollar transactions from Bitcoin and into the arms of the eager, low-fee competitors like DASH. Indeed, when looking at a chart of confirmed bitcoin transactions per day, there is a decline over the last month, though not as drastic as the decline on the mempool chart.

I’m not a Bitcoin engineer or statistician, so I’m sure there are various interpretations and other charts to look at. However, if the explanation is that people all of a sudden started dropping off of spending bitcoin, then why did that drop happen so consistently over the last month, but not prior, when fees were equally as bad for quite a while? Why did the drop coincide with the New York Agreement? Obviously, correlation is not causation, but the coincidence is remarkable.

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Whatever the reason for the decline in the mempool, the fees are down, and that’s a fact. Another amazing thing is that hardly anyone is talking about it. Though Coin Telegraph did run their piece on June 30th, since then there has been no explosion of news across the cryptocurrency industry. To me, this is one of the most important bitcoin stories of the year-so-far. Please share the good news!

The next question is what will happen in the Segwit2x/UASF controversy set to possibly boil over on August 1st? That’s a subject for a separate, somewhat more technical article. A quick google will reveal a large variety of opinions on the subject.

If you’re a libertarian and lover of cryptocurrency, you really ought to move to New Hampshire as part of the NH Freedom Migration – the Bitcoin capitol of the world! If you want to connect with other cryptocurrency users already here in NH, please check out the Shire Bitcoin Forums.

P.S. In case you were wondering why I used different capitalization for Bitcoin, it’s because as I understand it, “Bitcoin” refers to the Bitcoin network as a whole concept, while “bitcoin” is the currency aspect of it. Thanks for reading and sharing this article!

P.P.S. I’m posting this article first on Steemit. If you think this is much-needed good news for Bitcoin, as I do, please upvote it there (accounts are free), and share on social media.

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The New Secessionists Declare Independence!

Free Keene - Tue, 2017-07-04 19:14 +0000

This Independence Day, I am pushing the meme of New Hampshire Independence. It is its own country of 1,331,000 people with a unique set of cultural, economic, and philosophical values. It’s about time you and I start referring to NH as a country. Forget “draining the swamp” — Leave the swamp!

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Radical Agenda EP325 – Promoting Violence

Christopher Cantwell - Mon, 2017-07-03 18:57 +0000

Donald Trump tweeted a video clip from his stint with the Word Wrestling Federation. In it, he tackles and punches his opponent, but his opponent has the CNN logo superimposed over his face. Apparently this is more important than health care, foreign policy, immigration, and everything else because the media hasn’t seemed to discuss anything but that and this Russia nonsense ever since.

Radical Agenda EP325 – Promoting Violence

Trump stands accused of promoting violence against the press. My temptation is to say they are overreacting, and sum this up to a miscategorized joke. That would not be very much fun though, so let’s assume the fourth estate hasn’t completely lost their minds. Let us just say, that Donald Trump is trying to get the public to violently attack journalists.

Would this make him a bad person? I say no.

We spent the last 8 years watching these lying pieces of filth polish the prior turd in the White House trying to convince us he was doing a good job. This despite the fact that the number of Americans on food stamps is up nearly 36 percent, the federal debt has more than doubled, and the homeownership rate has dropped to the lowest point in more than 50 years. While Americans suffered at home, Obama went abroad apologizing for our decadence, giving away our wealth, negotiating with our enemies, opening up our borders, and sending our best men to die in senseless conflicts he had no intention of winning.

Now that somebody has come to clean up the mess, they are suddenly interested in scrutiny once again. Though perhaps I’m using the word scrutiny too loosely. Scrutiny would involve verifying the authenticity of sources, fact checking stories, including relevant information which harms the narrative of the reporter, and a basic desire to be honest more broadly. No, it is not scrutiny being paid to this president, it is espionage.

The leftist media is not a source of information, it is a hostile foreign entity inside our borders trying to upend what little political stability we have remaining. For all of this talk about how Russia tried to influence our elections by talking about them on RT (no other evidence has been provided of literally anything else) it is amazing how little attention is paid to the clear intent of the leftist American media trying to topple an elected president.

They made Black Lives Matter riots seem like some kind of noble cause, even as they committed arson and murder in support of violent criminals. They made Antifa gutter punks out to be freedom fighters, even as they smashed windows, set fires, and assaulted innocent people. After granting President Obama unlimited executive power, they suddenly become a bunch of strict constructionists the moment Donald Trump starts signing executive orders. They cheer loudly for judges who illegally, knowingly, and intentionally put the country at risk by saying the President could not protect the borders during wartime.

Perhaps I will care more about the words of Lysander Spooner if the Democrats take power again, but for now I am happy to say the leftist media is guilty of treason. No punishment is too harsh, no power used to stop them is too great a usurpation. If they were all dragged out of their homes along with their families, and tortured to death on the National Mall, I would break two months of alcohol abstinence and have a keg party to celebrate with my friends. They deserve to die, every last one of them. Donald Trump tolerates entirely too much dissent. If you’re going to be called a violence promoting fascist anyway, you might as well start executing enemy propagandists.

All that and much more, plus your calls at 747-234-2254 or RadicalAgenda on Skype.

So join us this and every Monday, as well as Wednesdays and Fridays from 5-7pm Eastern for another exciting episode of the Radical Agenda. It’s a show about common sense extremism where we talk about radical, crazy, off the wall things like the lügenpresse.

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Radical Agenda EP324 – Catching Up

Christopher Cantwell - Sun, 2017-07-02 00:24 +0000

Between guests and calls, recent episodes have been light on news coverage. That’s great, it certainly makes my job easier, but there are a lot of stories I’ve been wanting to cover. So today we’ll do a special Saturday night episode of the Radical Agenda to try and get caught up.

Radical Agenda EP324 – Catching Up

Here are some stories on my radar;

Morality and Abstract Thinking – How Africans may differ from Westerners

Paris ‘No Go Zones’ Where Migrants Terrorize Women Threaten its 2024 Olympics Bid

IDAHO GIRL’S REFUGEE SEX ATTACKERS WALK FREE?

30 GOP Congressmen Have Been Attacked or Threatened Since May

MONTAGE: THE DOCTORS ON MORNING JOE HAVE DIAGNOSED DONALD TRUMP AS A SOCIOPATH

11 things I wish you knew about my child-free marriage

Frankfurt Becomes First German City Where Natives Are Minority

Luka Magnotta is getting married

All that and much more, plus your calls at 747-234-2254 or RadicalAgenda on Skype.

So join us for this special Saturday night edition of the Radical Agenda, from 9:30pm until whenever I run outta gas. It’s a show about common sense extremism where we talk about radical, crazy, off the wall things like the news.

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