The Manchester Free Press

Tuesday • April 17 • 2018

Vol.X • No.XVI

Manchester, N.H.

Goad/Gorcenski Lawsuit Update

Christopher Cantwell - Mon, 2018-02-12 17:07 +0000

If you’ve been following my case, you’ve probably heard that I filed a lawsuit against the antifa terrorists who falsely accused me of crimes last August.

They have responded, making further bogus claims.

Please contribute to my efforts to combat this corruption, and forgive my radio silence while I sort through these matters. I hope to resume regular production of the Radical Agenda very soon.

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Radio Silence

Christopher Cantwell - Wed, 2018-02-07 19:16 +0000

As my trial approaches, preparation and decision making are occupying my attentions in a way that prevents me from performing my duties at full capacity. So I regretfully must postpone further production of the Radical Agenda until further notice.

By next week we’ll either be back to regular production of Radical Agenda, or Live From Seg.

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Compulsory Restraints. Because You're Not Competent.

Adventures in the Free State - Wed, 2018-02-07 04:34 +0000
You don't even need to trouble yourself over whether it's a violation of your liberty, subject. They'll decide that for you, too. Indeed, they already have.

And they'll decide that driving on roads that you are compelled to pay for is nevertheless somehow a mere government-granted "privilege" -- despite the fact that even the Supreme Court has acknowledged that travel is a Constitutionally protected natural right, the mode of which is nowhere authorized to be constrained, any more than are the modes of, say, speech or self-defense. We've simply allowed government, relentlessly operating well above its pay grade, to decide otherwise. (Time to regain some control, mayhaps? Is there a better place to make that stand than the "Live Free or Die" state...?)

So just submit. No need to thank them, really; surrendering to them control over your choices is thanks enough. Ok, almost enough...

HB1259, "relative to passenger restraints", gets an airing out -- yet it still stinks in here -- before the NH House Transportation Committee, 2/6/2018. And how 'bout that? Your humble chronicler was called upon to deliver the "rebuttal". No time to get (more) nervous, at least...

We've been here before, of course. But mercifully not since 2009's HB383 (this really is an awesome tool). But sadly yet entirely predictably, "the usual tired parade of government authoritarians and Utopian socialists" hasn't gotten any less tired over the intervening 9 years.

Had enough? Let your representatives know. See if they actually understand that they are...

  • Buckle up for new fight in old battle over adult seat belt use in N.H.
  • NH lawmakers revisit mandatory seatbelt law | New Hampshire
  • Seat belt bill debated again in NH House
  • Seat Belt Use in 2016 -- Use Rates in the States and Territories (pdf)
  • Top 10 Most Dangerous States To Drive In | HuffPost

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An Open Letter to Libertarians

Free Keene - Mon, 2018-02-05 00:00 +0000

One of the great things about the internet is the availability of information at the push of a button, and the ease with which people from around the globe can communicate. While this can be a powerful tool to help minority voices (including libertarians) publish their views, it has contributed greatly to the prevalence of the 24-hour news cycle. And with so many outlets competing for views, you end up with sensationalism, or what is now called click-bait. When social media is added into the equation, you end up with manufactured news, i.e. news reports about tweets and other posts on social media, and libertarians are not exempt from this either.

There’s an old saying, “you don’t have to attend every argument you are invited to.” And this is the reason I’m writing this letter. Stop! Yes, I know that arguing on the internet isn’t a new phenomenon and has been happening since the internet existed; I also know that libertarians have been arguing with other libertarians for decades. As Mark Twain once said, “Never argue with a fool, onlookers may not be able to tell the difference.”

I know, someone was wrong on the internet. Let it go. Whether you argue online for the sake of arguing, or you’re actually trying to convince people they’re wrong, there’s a very good chance that whomever you’re arguing with isn’t going to suddenly change their mind because of your comment or post. Research actually shows, “individuals who receive unwelcome information may not simply resist challenges to their views. Instead, they may come to support their original opinion even more strongly – [in] what [is] call[ed] a ‘backfire effect.’”

Believe me, there is life outside of social media and facebook drama. I’m not going to tell you how to spend your time, however I am going to suggest that maybe arguing on facebook isn’t the best use of your time and energy. If the goal “is nothing more nor less than a world set free in our lifetime,” then maybe you want to consider: volunteering in your community; attending and speaking at legislative committee hearings; running for office with a goal of educating voters about your beliefs, or volunteering to help such a candidate. And above all else, enjoy life. Go for a hike, go to the gym, run a 5k, watch a TV show, go to a sporting event, etc. Because at the end of the day, what’s the point of having a world set free if all you’re going to do with your freedom is argue on the internet?

In Liberty,
Darryl W. Perry

Originally published on Free Press Publications

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Free the Nipple Appeal at NH Supreme Court – Video

Free Keene - Sat, 2018-02-03 19:42 +0000

Attorney Dan Hynes, also an A+ rated state representative by the New Hampshire Liberty Alliance, appeared in the New Hampshire Supreme Court on Thursday morning and pointed out the absurdity of prohibiting female toplessness, absolutely eviscerating the city of Laconia’s clearly discriminatory ban. In contrast, the state’s attorney actually argued that it was an issue of morality as she simultaneously admitted that a woman could wear pasties over her nipples and then it would be legal, even if the pasties were printed photos of nipples!

Are there really people who believe that the sight of nipples on a woman is immoral, but because it’s legal to cover them with photos of nipples, then it’s now moral?

Further, what exactly is immoral about female nipples being shown in public?

Here’s the full hearing in front of the NH Supreme Court:

(Thanks to NHPR’s Annie Roepik for the audio.)

In case you missed it, here’s the original Free the Nipple trial from the original Gilford arrests (the case prior to this one, where the ladies won at the district court level). Hynes does an excellent job and the entire thing is pretty entertaining:

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Hundred Nights Now Accepting Cryptocurrency Including Bitcoin & Ether!

Free Keene - Fri, 2018-02-02 23:41 +0000

Hundred Nights, Downtown Keene, NH

The same year Bitcoin was released by its anonymous creator Satoshi Nakamoto, Keene’s privately-run cold weather shelter and drop-in center, Hundred Nights, was also launched. I reported at the time on founder Don Primrose‘s courageous civil disobedience of opening without the permission slips from the local ruling gang known as the “City of Keene”.

Ever since, I’ve been a supporter of the unique approach that Hundred Nights has taken to helping the homeless. Rather than give them a place to stay every day of the year, Hundred Nights opens for the hundred coldest nights. At 7am, all those staying overnight have to get their stuff and leave for the day. They aren’t completely out in the cold, as Hundred Nights also operates a drop-in center open year-round, where the homeless can work on finding jobs, putting together a resume, or just get warm.

Hundred Nights’ BTC Wallet QR Code is 13rPdujR7Gg2v8pGHEF1UwCAP9gVjb6j8v

Recently, the Monadnock Decentralized Currency Network (MDCN) donated 1% of a Bitcoin Core (BTC) to the auction that Hundred Nights put on in December. The MDCN also offered to match the dollar amount of the winning bid on the coin as a BTC donation to Hundred Nights, up to a maximum of one whole BTC (which at the time was worth about $15,000). Turns out, despite having the chance to bid, a room full of mostly older folks only resulted in one bid… of $25. It was a lady buying it for her son, who had been telling her about cryptocurrency.

Given that the bid was so low, it was decided that a matching 1% of a BTC (worth around $150 at the time) would also be donated to Hundred Nights, rather than just $25. I dropped in to the office of Hundred Nights’ Executive Director Mindy Cambiar and helped walk her through signing up with Coinbase. While I’m not a big fan of Coinbase as a company, they do make it easy for people with bank accounts to acquire cryptocurrency as well as convert it to USD if they need or want, so I still recommend them to newbies. Indeed, within a short time, Hundred Nights was ready to accept cryptocurrency donations and the addresses are up now on their website. Whether you live in the area or not, if you’re a cryptocurrency user, please send them a donation to thank them for embracing the future of money!

As of now, Keene’s independent homeless charity is now accepting cryptocurrency including Bitcoin Core (BTC), Ethereum (ETH), Litecoin (LTC), and Bitcoin Cash (BCH)! Here are the addresses to which you can contribute:

Bitcoin Core (BTC/XBT):

Ether (ETH):

Litecoin (LTC):

Bitcoin Cash (BCH/BCC):

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Radical Agenda S03E026 – Enemies Domestic

Christopher Cantwell - Fri, 2018-02-02 19:27 +0000

A controversial memo from the House Intelligence Committee has been released. The memo details the politicization of our government’s foreign intelligence apparatus, turned to domestic purposes by the Left. If you are surprised by this, then you have not been paying attention.

The Left operates not by the rules of civil discourse, but by the rules of warfare and espionage. Moreover, the conflict they are waging is not a mere battle of ideas or policies, but rather one with a decidedly ethnic tilt. Put simply, half the country is waging race war against the other half, and that other half is just taking it on the chin.

There is literally nothing they will not do to destroy White America, or White Europe for that matter. Everything they have done, from economic policy, to immigration, from education, to media, all the way up to the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act and the Federal Reserve has been set to diminish us, and our ability to resist them.

Radical Agenda S03E026 – Enemies Domestic

And who are (((they))), you ask? It’s the Jews, stupid. You cannot meaningfully discuss the Left without addressing Jews. Blacks and Muslims could never hope to accomplish such spectacularly diabolical aims. They are merely the willing and fruitful dupes of a tiny ethnic minority, hell bent on world domination and the genocide of their only intellectual competitors.  Wherever you see a truly astounding degree of evil perpetrated by a gentile, simply pop the hood, and there you will find the Jew. Jews are the archetypal supervillains, whose plots are so fantastically devious that the mind is repelled from believing such abuses were even possible.

Yet, as this memo shows, they are not only possible, but all too common.

Now consider this. If the foreign surveillance tools of our government were turned against President Trump, what other purposes might they have been put to? For how long have they been used in this manner? It seems exceedingly unlikely, that one day some FBI agents simply woke up on the wrong side of the bed, and decided to interfere with a presidential election. How many presidential elections have they interfered with? How many House and Senate races? How many state and local elections? How many political careers never began, because rivals were crushed before they even became rivals?

Remember what Hitler said about who the Jew sees as his enemy;

It is this press, above all, which carries on a fanatical campaign of calumny, strives to tear down everything that might be considered a mainstay of national independence, cultural standing and economic self-sufficiency. It aims its attacks especially against all men of character who refuse to fall into line with the Jewish efforts to obtain control over the State, or who appear dangerous to the Jews merely because of their superior intelligence. In order to incur the enmity of the Jew it is not necessary to show any open hostility towards him; it is sufficient if a man is considered capable of opposing the Jew at some time in the future, or of using his abilities and character to enhance the power and position of a nation which the Jew considers hostile to himself.

The Jew’s instinct, which never fails where these problems have to be dealt with, readily discerns the true mentality of those whom he meets in everyday life and those who are not of a kindred spirit may be sure of being listed among his enemies. Since the Jew is not the object of aggression, but himself the aggressor, he considers as his enemies not only those who attack him, but also those who may be capable of resisting him. The means which he employs to break people of this kind who show themselves decent and upright, is no honourable conflict, but falsehood and calumny. He will stop at nothing. His utterly low-down conduct is so appalling that one really cannot be surprised if, in the imagination of our people, Satan, as the incarnation of all evil, assumes the form and features of the Jew.

This is why Donald Trump is attacked as the second coming of Adolf Hitler despite having a bunch of Jewish in-laws. Cleaning up Washington corruption and stopping the flood of dysgenic immigration, is anti-Semitic because it interferes with the Jewish PLAN to ethnically cleanse America of white people. He shows no animosity to Jews whatsoever, but they oppose him as their mortal enemy and find no act beneath their dignity to destroy him, because Making America Great Again is contrary to their designs.

What we are seeing more and more as the narrative collapse gains pace, is that Donald Trump not only won the election, but he did so despite the most staggering set of obstacles. We are told that Russia “hacked our democracy” and that Trump is a stooge of the Kremlin. Democracy dies in darkness, and criticism of the press is Holocaust 2.0. White supremacists murdered Heather Heyer for the lulz, and antifa is destroying the first amendment because free speech is racist.

Jewish lies from start to finish, and we are prevailing regardless.

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Legislative Alert: Important State House Hearing February 7, 2018

Please show up for a crucial State House hearing next week on a bill written by Citizens for Criminal Justice Reform. SB-393 would make the Department of Corrections get all of its administrative rules approved by lawmakers. The testimony on the bill starts at 9:20 a.m. on Wednesday, Feb. 7, in Room 101 on the first floor of the State House.   Read about it here:

Please direct any questions to Chris Dornin, Legislative Policy Chairman for Citizens for Criminal Justice Reform, -


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Radical Agenda S03E025 – Stormer The Union

Christopher Cantwell - Thu, 2018-02-01 10:51 +0000

I know you guys have probably heard about all you need to about Trump’s first State of the Union address, I know I have. The speech was rather unremarkable by design, if you ask me. I only titled the show Stormer The Union today because I thought it sounded catchy and I am, as is the case every Thursday from 7-9am Eastern, happy to be joined by Andrew Anglin of

Radical Agenda S03E025 – Stormer The Union

Dot Top you say? What happened to Dot Red? Best as we can figure, it’s the Jews. More on that later.

I had court yesterday, and shockingly enough, the justice system in Charlottesville seems less than interested in justice. Of my three motions, only one was granted. I am now allowed to travel within the city I presently reside in, which is nice because previously I couldn’t even take the garbage out or check the mail. Since I can’t carry a gun and episode 24 of stage three was just a small sample of the death threats I’ve been receiving, this is of little other significance.

We had a motion in for a special prosecutor and a change of venue, both of which were denied.

The change of venue should be obvious. Charlottesville is a communist hellhole where authorities gave antifa license to riot because they don’t like our political opinions. Countless crimes were committed by leftists that day, and the few that have been prosecuted have been handled with kid gloves. DeAndre Harris smashed a man in the head with a flashlight in the middle of the afternoon during a robbery, for no good reason whatsoever. Then he raised $166,000 for his “medical bills” which he spent on a Mercedes and production of a rap music video. His felony was dropped to a misdemeanor. Meanwhile, I pepper sprayed a guy in self defense, then two people I didn’t pepper spray lied under oath, falsely accusing me a of a crime for the second time and third in a day, were proven to have lied, and I’m facing 40 years in prison. The media has spent the last six months telling everyone who will listen that I am a Nazi terrorist who used chemical weapons against a transgender person for the sheer joy of it.

The idea that I can get a fair trial in this place is patently absurd, and no reasonable, objective observer can deny this. Luckily, the only thing more ridiculous than the legal proceedings against me is the evidence they rely on. So if there is a shred of justice remaining, even a highly prejudiced jury should find it impossible to convict me of anything other than saying mean things on the internet.

The special prosecutor motion might be less obvious to the outside observer, but should have been a no brainer for the court. The prosecutor in my case is about to be a witness in a lawsuit I just filed in federal court, because his witnesses changed their stories after meeting with him, when video evidence emerged proving that they were lying. The content of those meetings is relevant in both the civil and criminal cases, and it may well come to pass that he gets called as a witness during my criminal trial. The whole thing gives the appearance of his knowing and active participation in an effort to frame me for crimes I did not commit.

The good news is, if they manage to so prejudice the jury as to ignore the evidence and convict me of these lies, I will have grounds for appeal. If they do not convict me (or I win on appeal), I suspect I will have grounds for a malicious prosecution lawsuit against Albemarle county and all participants in this conspiracy.

There’s a lot more to get to, plus your calls at 424-3-GO-NAZI or Radical Agenda on Skype.

Join us, this and every Thursday from 7-9am Eastern, and Mondays, 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 fighting corruption.

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Video of SPLC discussed on the show

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Radical Agenda S03E024 – Leftist Love Letters

Christopher Cantwell - Wed, 2018-01-31 13:04 +0000

I’ve got my hands full today.

For one, I’m in the middle of migrating the sites to a new server, which has proven more difficult than I had imagined thanks to a series of errors and crises with volunteers.

Radical Agenda S03E024 – Leftist Love Letters

Secondly, I’ve got court today. So, wish me luck with that.

Luckily, I’m not short on audio entertainment. I’ve got thousands of voicemails from the tolerant left for your listening enjoyment. In today’s episode, you’ll get a very small sample which will still manage to occupy two hours of your time, and I’ve still got more than 3800 others to go through before I even check the ones that came in while I was locked up.

From mocking my tears, to the standard issue death threat, to wishing I got raped, all the way up to open advocacy of white genocide, this episode has it all. And the SPLC thought Tanya Gersh had it bad…

I’ll be back tomorrow from 7-9am Eastern with Andrew Anglin.

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Site Maintenance/Downtime

Christopher Cantwell - Tue, 2018-01-30 06:47 +0000

I am in the process of moving my websites to a new server, and there may be some downtime as I work on this. Please be patient, and know that I’m okay.

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Liberty Lobby 2018 – Week 3 Videos

Free Keene - Mon, 2018-01-29 22:54 +0000

The actual Liberty Lobbyist, Darryl W Perry appears in some of last week’s videos as I was finally able to get into the election committee, where he spends the bulk of his time in Concord’s Legislative Office Building. Here are the hearings I recorded from last week:

HB 1431 would prevent police from acquiring any equipment not available on the open market. I spoke in favor. Here’s the full hearing video:

HB 1815 would partially undo cannabis decrim including increasing fines. I spoke against. This is the full hearing video:

HB 1540 would change NH’s voting system to Ranked Choice. Liberty Lobbyist Darryl W Perry had mixed feelings. Here’s the full hearing video:

HB 1240 would implement Approval Voting statewide. Liberty Lobbyist Darryl W Perry spoke in favor. This is the full hearing video.

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Radical Agenda S03E023 – Compulsory Corruption

Christopher Cantwell - Mon, 2018-01-29 18:35 +0000

Previously, on the Radical Agenda, we spent a great deal of time talking about truth. Today, let us discuss something we have in far greater abundance. Lies.

I just watched a video from Campus Reform where students were asked what they thought about President Trump’s State of the Union address from the previous night. The punchline is, the SOTU address had not yet occurred, but that did not prevent these young students from proclaiming it to be the most racist, stupid, evil thing ever. These young people, who are spending many thousands of dollars to supposedly get an education, are purposely speaking from a position of total ignorance as if they were qualified to guide the ship of State, and lying about their knowledge.

Radical Agenda S03E023 – Compulsory Corruption

Worse than this, I imagine if you connected each of them to a polygraph, their answers would register as truthful. None of them showed any signs of being uncomfortable with their deception. It’s just normal. They are doing exactly what they think is expected of them.

This is not limited to our college campuses. It is pervasive throughout our society. In a near limitless range of topics, lies are compulsory. To tell the truth will result in one’s utter destruction. Truth is no defense when dealing with the thought police.

This might not be such a major concern if it were limited to politely paving over trivial matters that made people uncomfortable. Sadly, it is matters of the greatest importance which we are not allowed to discuss. Politics, economics, and race lead the way.

Think about the implications with police for example. Everyone is always accusing the police of racism. Insofar as this implies they are out hunting negroes for sport, this accusation is ridiculous. Sadly, though this is how it is often painted, what they actually mean is that law and order and justice are white concepts, and thus racist. Moreover, it would be impossible for police not notice certain patterns developing as they go about investigating crime.

If a police officer is discovered to be a racist, he will face penalties which may lead to his termination or even prosecution. Thus, in order to be a police officer, one is compelled to lie. Do you think your life is improved by having a dishonest police force?

People always complain about corrupt politicians. Where does this corruption stem from? We can come up with a limitless stream of answers, to be sure, but since race is the single most salient detail in any political calculation, and race is impossible to discuss honestly, it literally becomes impossible to elect an honest politician. Do you think your life is improved by electing liars?

Major corporations are met with accusations of racism for hiring mostly white males. They are forbidden from admitting that white men are being hired as a result of their greater fitness for the job. So, a “diversity program” is implemented, purposely hiring and promoting the incompetent over the capable, and paving over the poor performance of the diversity hire. Nobody dare point out the problem, for fear of retribution. How much of your life is trusted to Google? To Facebook? To some other corporate entity with such a program in place? Do you think your life is improved by handing your most sensitive data to a corporation whose entire business model is based on lies?

Economists are set with the task of explaining inequality in our society. Stating the obvious truth that racial economic inequality is due to racial differences is forbidden from the discourse. So economists come up with alternative answers that have no basis in reality, and this is what government economic policy is set by. Do you think your life is improved by dishonest economic policy?

Our universities are not teaching our children nonsense due to its mere profitability. They must (in theory) train the young for success in the job market. Teaching them that Jews are subversive or that blacks are less intelligent will not accomplish this goal. So the children are taught popular lies instead. Do you think your life is improved by a dishonest education system?

Don’t even get me started on the media. More and more by the day it seems the entire purpose of these institutions is to attack anyone who dares to tell the truth about anything of importance. Blacks slaughtering one another in staggering numbers? Must be the guns. Economy in the toilet? Taxes must be too low. Ethnic conflict? Blame the least ethnocentric demographic in the country. Do you think your life is improved by the nation’s information services being controlled by liars?

In every major field of influence, lies are not only acceptable, but compulsory. Truth is punished by social ostracism, economic sanction, legal penalties, and violence. Lies are rewarded with money, status, and sex. We are not just chasing honesty out of our society, we are breeding it out as well.

On the previous episode we talked about honest communication being the core doctrine of Christianity. On what seems like every other episode, we talk about Jewish lies.

This is the catastrophe of Jewish influence, and multiculturalism more broadly. All of our institutions have been turned away from rewarding the honest behavior of our Christian majority, and heaping the greatest rewards to Jewish lies. We aren’t just becoming corrupted, we’re creating Jews.

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Intro Song – Follow Me – Morrakiu

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I Need Expert cPanel/WHM/WordPress Help

Christopher Cantwell - Sat, 2018-01-27 02:34 +0000

Right now, you’re seeing this web page served to you by a dedicated server which is running out of disk space and meeting other limitations. Two weeks ago I spun up a cloud server, and had a guy I have worked with before start migrating the websites over.

I Need Expert cPanel/WHM/WordPress Help

Long story short, it’s still on the dedicated server.

cPanel/WHM has a migration feature that makes this pretty simple. I could do this myself with that feature, but I have changed hosting accounts a few times, allowed some domains to expire, started a bunch of projects I have no intention of finishing, and just don’t want to drag over all this mess to the new system.

I also have some changes I want to make going forward, which I don’t want to announce here right now.

I’m looking for the assistance of someone who can handle this entirely without my intervention. I want to be able to give you the necessary login credentials, and hear back from you when my sites are up and running on the new server. If you need to read the manual to do this, I don’t want to hear from you. This will require you to prove your real identity, and loyalty, to me and sign a legally binding non-disclosure agreement.

I can pay a small fee, if you accept crypto. If you prove useful, I will come back to you when I have better paying jobs, which should come in short order once my trial is over.

Comments or questions are welcome.

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Testimony on Homeschool Regulation Bill

Free Keene - Fri, 2018-01-26 18:14 +0000






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Radical Agenda S03E022 – Strong Words

Christopher Cantwell - Fri, 2018-01-26 09:41 +0000

If you’ve been listening to the Radical Agenda awhile, you’ve probably heard the name Jordan Peterson a few times. In case you’re new to the pogrom, he’s a professor at the University of Toronto who made a name for himself by taking a really bold stance on the most important subject of our day. That’s right, non standard gender pronouns. He went on to make other outrageous statements, like suggesting that men and women might have actual biological differences between them which impact their inclinations and aptitudes.

The overton window has shifted so much, that this extremist managed to get on Fox News the other day with Tucker Carlson.

Radical Agenda S03E022 – Strong Words

When asked to give the audience a piece of life advice, Peterson said “Stop saying things that make you weak.”

When asked to elaborate, Peterson said “If you pay attention to what you say, you’ll know that sometimes you feel like you’re standing on a rock, that you’re in a solid place and I suppose that you’re speaking from your heart. And other times you’re saying things just to look good, and to buttress your particular status at the time, and that makes you feel weak. You sell yourself out. And if you pay attention to what you say, you can tell when you’re making yourself stronger and you can tell when you’re making yourself weaker. Unless you want to be weaker, then I would say it’s best to say those things that make you strong.

That’s some solid advice. I don’t want to advise the audience to go out and get themselves fired from their jobs or ruin their relationships, but I can tell you folks, I feel powerful when I tell the truth in the face of adversity. Be it with a face full of pepper spray or behind the concrete and steel of communist cages, I’m hooked on the feeling of speaking truth to power. I hate it that so many of you are denied this feeling out of necessity, and my highest goal is to correct this state of affairs.

I’ve felt this way to some degree for a long time, but it has most certainly undergone some refinement over the last couple of years.

In the early stages of my shift rightward I became heavily influenced by Jordan Peterson. He damn near made a Christian out of me after I listened to an interview with him titled “Religion, Myth, Science & Truth.” I’ve got come clips that I’m going to play from that today, but for now I’ll summarize by saying that though there was no effort to convince the listener of the supernatural, he described the essence of Christianity essentially as living a truthful life with the expectation that reward will follow, though suffering may well come first. The truth buttresses you best against the vicissitudes of being.

It was the survival strategy of Western Civilization, aka the White Race. Countless men sacrificed their individual interests and died for their societies, confident they would be rewarded in the next life. Even if a supernatural afterlife for the individual is not a factual accuracy, it is still true in the sense that one’s legacy carries on with the continuity of his tribe in a way that it would most certainly not if men did not risk their lives to protect the women and children.

At the time I came across this video, some of you will recall, I was in a bit of a life crisis which involved the death of a child. Though the circumstances of this death were ultimately not within my control, I had a great deal of sorrow about this and in some ways it manifested itself as guilt.

“What did I do wrong to be punished in this way? I must be a better person, or this will happen again.”

And so, when I was facing seemingly insurmountable odds, I moved forward as though I had faith that God would protect me. Not because I actually believed this to be the case, but because I had internalized it as a strategy to avoid feelings of guilt.

This was one of a million things going through my head in the now infamous crying Nazi video. I had done everything right. I had been honest. Cautious. Brave. Sober. Even downright merciful to my enemies given the circumstances, and yet I was being punished again.

But after I regained my composure, I pushed forward still.

A lot of people were confused about the timeline of all this. They thought I had the follow up interview with Vice News where I showed them all my guns, before hearing about this warrant. In fact, that video came between the mayhem at Lee Park and the interview in the hotel room. I pulled it together, talked to Vice, and several other media outlets. Hired an attorney, and turned myself in.

From jail, much to the chagrin of my attorney, I continued to speak, knowing it had the potential to harm my case. Though I am far from out of danger, and my suffering is far from over, things are starting to look up, and I may yet see a great reward for all of my trouble.

Thank you very much Jordan Peterson, for your inspiration.

Imagine my shock then, when I saw someone ask Jordan Peterson about Jews and the Holodomor.

Andrew Anglin at the Daily Stormer describes what happened as follows.

On Tuesday, the 23rd of January, Jordan Peterson was confronted in New York City with a copy of the newly translated “200 Years Together” by Alexander Solzhenitsyn, a Russian author who wrote about the Jewish role in the Bolshevik revolution and the overwhelming Jewish hatred for white Christian Russians.

The audience member questioning Peterson brings up the Holodomor, a genocide of Ukrainians, and says that this was driven by Jewish hatred for white Christians.

He says that the same Jews who acted out of genocidal mania against Russians during the communist era are now running the Western media and are spewing the same type of vile hatred for the Russian people.

He then asks Peterson: “Could Jewish individuals use their positions of power to seek out revenge against placed like Europe and Russia that have a history of expelling Jews?

Peterson wavers and walks back and forth across the stage, talking about how he’ll read the book before eventually saying: “I can’t do it.”

This was the day before he went on Tucker Carlson with his advice that you “Stop saying things that make you weak.

I’ve got a lot to say about this, and I’m interested to hear your thoughts at 424-3-GO-NAZI or Radical Agenda on Skype.

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Radical Agenda S03E021 – Morning Stormer

Christopher Cantwell - Thu, 2018-01-25 11:30 +0000

It’s morning in the People’s Democratic Republic of Virginia, and degeneracy abounds.

There’s a manhunt on for a black cop killer in Colorado. No need to worry though, goyim. This is just your long overdue cultural enrichment, helping you to repent for the sins of your slaveholding ancestors.

Radical Agenda S03E021 – Morning Stormer

What do you get when you mix a Jewish faggot, a Paki faggot, and a mad scientist? Twin children with different fathers and a lawsuit against the US State department.

Also, find out the Alt Right’s inside strategy for global domination.

Finally, how to turn your boomer parents in raging anti-Semites without ruining dinner.

All that and more on this exciting episode of the Radical Agenda!

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Liberty Lobby – Week 2 Videos

Free Keene - Mon, 2018-01-22 17:14 +0000

I’m not actually a lobbyist. I don’t get paid to speak in Concord. I have to take time off from work to do it. Darryl W Perry is the Libery Lobbyist and you should support his efforts!

That said, I was in the house Criminal Justice committee last week, as usual. Thursday had a particularly interesting batch of bills including drug defelonization, and abolishing DUI checkpoints.

HB 1283 would eliminate DUI checkpoints in New Hampshire. I spoke in favor. This is the full hearing video:

HB 1678 would change the penalties for first-time drug possession from felonies to misdemeanors. I spoke in favor. This is the full hearing video:

HB 1792 would lower penalties for drug possession, transportation, or use. I spoke in favor. This is the full hearing video:

HB 1477 would allow those convicted of possession of under 3/4 oz of cannabis prior to “decrim” to file for annulment of their conviction. I spoke in favor, with reservations. Here’s the full hearing video:

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"Family Leave Bill is Tax on Income"

Adventures in the Free State - Thu, 2018-01-18 06:34 +0000
That's the assessment of the Coalition of NH Taxpayers. But let's start here, though, 'cuz since financials bore me to tears, I rarely have a natural opportunity to focus on this shit.

Theft (noun): taking without the owner's consent.

Is that, by itself, a fair, unbiased, unprovocative, nonpartisan definition? I believe it is. It doesn't matter a lick what the thief intends to do with his newly acquired property. If the owner didn't consent, then it's theft. And in my definition of a free society, theft is unlawful. Rude. Frowned upon, even. Property rights are respected and upheld, regardless of the identity of the thief. Yes, even regardless of whether or not the thief has been "democratically elected." That is, in fact, what we believe is, self-evidently, the purpose for instituting a government.

Taxation is theft perpetrated by government, as your representative, in your name. And just as capos worked for, and were accountable to, Al Capone, your respective government representatives work for you. You are the "top capo" in this legal mafia. And thus you are responsible for the crime -- like theft -- that they commit which you condone (if, of course, you do so) simply because you happen to like what they propose to do with the stolen property -- your neighbors' property, that they quite possibly don't consent to surrender (which is why the IRS has so many guns). Either you (perhaps grudgingly) recognize this basic truism, or cognitive dissonance is about to make your head explode.

HB628, heard here before the NH House Commerce and Consumer Affairs Committee, 1/16/2018, would set up yet another force-funded government entitlement that's nevertheless already available in the competitive (to the extent government "allows" it to be, of course) private sector.

(I want to note somewhere here, and this seems as good a place as any, that the Chair initially admonished the assembled, as is typical in such circumstances, that this Committee, the bill's 2nd, will be considering only the economic aspects of this proposed legislation, and so to kindly restrict testimony, in what already promised to be a very long day regardless, to that element. Did pretty well through all the government actors testifying in the first half, too. But after the lunch break, he failed to reiterate [not that it would have made much practical difference, no doubt], and the "public" testimony -- hey, the People don't have busy days like government employees...! -- tended to go rather far afield -- in the predictable direction, needless to say. Indeed, by the end, well over 4 clock hours in, physical props were even tolerated -- in this case, pictures. Photographs. On photo paper. For the committee to pass around. 'Of the children!', of course...)

For the moment, at least, a convoluted so-called "opt-out" provision is beneficently included, but privacy professional Rep Jess Edwards, starting at about 1:14:00, asserts that the Federal Trade Commission would characterize it as "unethical" and "an unfair and deceptive trade practice" -- were government to be actually held accountable to the rules it imperiously imposes on its employers, of course (hey, how terribly convenient that government doesn't hold itself to, well, even the standard standards, eh...?).

Except, even with the uniquely arduous, and shady (and precariously tenuous, to be sure) opt-out provision, the scheme won't generate enough theft to cover this bill's centrally-planned "utopia" -- per government's own testimony. Here's the "money shot," immediately following Rep Edwards, from Richard Lavers, Deputy Commissioner of the NH Department of Employment Security, responding to a question near the end of his testimony, at about 1:30:00.
"The work that Employment Security has done, in a mathematical analysis of various levels of participation, is that at an 8-week average duration, at a half-percent premium contribution, the only way this program is solvent is at 100% participation. At 90% participation, it's no longer solvent."
Dire words, indeed, from someone who does dearly love a good wealth-transferring government entitlement -- at least when the coerced books balance, anyway, so at least there's that...  He does figure that if the premium contribution were increased by fiat to .67%, and the duration decreased to just 6 weeks, it just might fly.

So. Oopsie-you-weren't-supposed-to-notice, but a proposed government program that's written to be insolvent, to fail ('course, we all know that won't happen: as Reagan said, "No government ever voluntarily reduces itself in size. Government programs, once launched, never disappear. Actually, a government bureau is the nearest thing to eternal life we'll ever see on this earth!"). And even the skeptical DC Lavel, as we later hear, wants it to be "successful", "to be around for a long time". But it won't be with voluntary contributions. Whatever shall we do...?

Where, then, will the money come from to make it solvent? Charging ridiculous sums -- sums necessary to sustain inevitably inefficient non-competitive government bureaucracies, sums that the innovative competitive private sector seems able to avoid without (ok, much, comparatively) subsidies -- surely won't fly with government's happily captured market -- the market that's been testifying all day that they'd like more free and subsidized stuff. Because they'd neglected to buy insurance for themselves (well, government takes care of those things, doesn't it...?).

That leaves, seems to me, 1) removing the (already intentionally onerous) "opt-out" provision altogether to ensure the elusive-yet-necessary 100% mandatory market "satisfaction", or 2) implementing a broad-based income tax to shore the whole collectivist mess up (and gosh, then what other new programs could we fund by raising the rate just a little bit more...?). Aw hell. Why not both...?!

As always, however, as Meldrim Thompson explained, "Low taxes are the result of low spending," not t'other way 'round. Especially as government crowds the private sector out of the market even further, costs will go up. Because there's simply no (market) pressure not to. And seriously, when was the last time a politician lost his job for spending too much of other people's money?

But more fundamentally, if this scheme -- even as presumably eventually modified -- is self-sustaining, if this is a profitable model, why does government need to be involved at all? If you want FMLI, go voluntarily contract directly with a competitive private-sector provider. It's available now. One doctor testifying in great support of this bill curiously told the committee how he's set up a private-sector foundation to voluntarily help people get this insurance! Problem solved.

So why don't all these people who've suffered such hardships because they didn't have insurance, instead of trecking to the legislature to beg for contract intervention, just go get insurance? What's the advantage of injecting unnecessary and expensive government / employer middlemen if the customer will be paying for it either way (right?), other than being able to legally steal subsidies from their neighbors' dinner tables?

And here's a shocker: businesses love to get their operating costs subsidized by taxpayers, too. Corporate welfare. Just ask the private-sector airline industry, with their public-sector "security" costs -- subsidized by you, whether you choose to fly, whether you choose to suffer their "security theater" at all, or not. Your protestations are irrelevant. As Al Haig put it, "Let them march all they want, as long as they continue to pay their taxes." It applies to the Warfare State, too, in case you haven't noticed. Does that seem right to you...?

Further, if offering such insurance as an employment benefit is, in fact, a competitive advantage for the business (as also noted by supporters, curiously), they will happily offer it sans government coercion, because it's in their economic self-interest. Because it attracts the best employees, thus increasing the business' productivity. Because it's profitable. Again, problem solved.

So why are they lobbying government to provide -- hell, to mandate -- their competitors with equivalent bennies? Why are they advocating to undermine their own perceived competitive advantage in a cutthroat market for labor? Seems counterintuitive -- even foolish -- doesn't it? Could it be that they just want a subsidy? And the public perception of being charitable with other people's money, of course -- but ya simply don't get moral credit for that.

But if they nevertheless don't believe it makes economic sense, what can we surmise about no-skin-in-the-game ('cuz it's not its money, it's yoursgovernment's rosy "utopian" economic predictions?

Indeed, if it's inherently not profitable, what can we anticipate regarding where the funds will eventually have to come from for this force-based government entitlement that, once implemented, will... never... go... away?

If you're "allowed" (nevermind an actual competitive free market) even just a nominal "choice" -- that the FTC, according to someone who should know, would likely call "an unfair and deceptive trade practice," remember -- this bill as written will not work. According to a state economist. Even if you simply don't like competitive free markets and voluntary contracts. Won't work.

You can do better on your own. Right now. And you can control it. You should do that.

But then, in a free society, one that respects the rule of law -- hell, even in this one -- insurance contracts aren't supposed to be a government function in the first place. You have an unalienable right -- and a concomitant responsibility, notably -- to control your own contracts (including, potentially, a voluntary contract -- get this -- to manage your contracts). And to control your own property. Even if your addle-pated neighbor "neglected" to anticipate certain contingencies, you are under no lawful obligation whatsoever to bail them out. 'Course, you can always still choose to help them voluntarily. Used to be that way back in the day, in point of fact...

What if servant government simply gave up the repeatedly empirically failed notion that it perfectly and uniquely groks economics, the incomprehensible economy -- for everyone -- and knows better than you how to run your life -- at your neighbors' expense?

What if servant government was compelled to simply acknowledge and humbly accepted that it was never expressly delegated the lawful authority in the first place...?

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The Unhidden Front Door to State Overreach: School Vouchers

Free Keene - Thu, 2018-01-18 06:27 +0000

When you spend the day getting called “very wise” by State agents, hated by anarchists, and agreeing with the Teachers’ Union, you start to question yourself. Then you realize that that’s an ad hominem and all the best anarchists are ill received in their own communities for not being statist enough. 

The public hearing for SB 193, which entangles public, private, and home schooling by expanding State funding, was yesterday. SB 193 titles itself “Education Freedom Savings Accounts” and if that’s what it was I would support it. The title of the bill gives the impression that it involves tax deductions for those who make deposits to an account earmarked for their child’s education expenses. In reality the bill gives grants, *currently*  $3600 per child to families that homeschool or use private schools. The bill also continues to give most of the previously available funding to the public school system. Proponents of the bill argue that funding three systems instead of the current one will not increase government spending.

Statists gonna State, but I expect members of my own community to recognize a combination power grab/welfare program when they see one. Actually, with few exceptions, no I don’t, but you get the point. I still exponentially prefer living in New Hampshire to anywhere else on earth, and usually it’s a good time, but I know that I can not always expect those who label themselves anarchists, voluntaryists, and libertarians to act like it. This bill is being lauded in my community as a “school choice bill.” But as of today in New Hampshire parents already have all those choices- private school is legal, and homeschool is both legal and unregulated. What this bill does is subsidize those choices. I have yet to get a response as to how subsidizing private and homeschool is anymore “school choice” than food stamps is “food choice,” Section 8 is “housing choice,” and grants and other subsidization to oil companies is “drilling choice.” When you invite the State, or anyone else for that matter, to fund your choices you invite control into your life. And if you are reading this from land occupied by the US then you have already seen what subsidization has done to the college system.

SB 193, and any other school voucher program, is not a refund of taxes paid. Vouchers are not based on taxes paid; they are based on number of children had, much like most personal welfare programs. There is no logical reason to support school vouchers if you oppose all other welfare. It could be said of any welfare program that some of the recipients have paid taxes and are getting their own money back (and like all welfare programs, some have not); there is nothing magical about school vouchers. I believe that there are philosophical arguments to be made that either all State property is ownerless and therefore homestead-able, or at least net tax victims are not thieves as they are appropriating from their aggressor what they are owed. (Though I think that voluntarily calling up the State to tell them to fund and make subject to audit your homeschool program is wildly negligent.There are also both strategic and moral concerns with being a program recipient.) But the question on the table isn’t whether personal or corporate welfare recipients are violating the NAP. We both drove here on the roads. If you are supporting a bill that creates or expands a welfare program, then the question is whether creating or expanding welfare programs violates the NAP. Handing power to the largest, most violent, and most heavily armed gang in the history of humans is most definitely a NAP violation.

This is a welfare program, but unlike most welfare programs it does not have the excuse of helping those in need. Even if you are a person that defines the State handing you things as “choice” this program does not give choices to those that do not already possess them. The grant amount is the amount of the State determined adequacy amount per pupil, and so the grant is currently  $3600. In order to benefit from this grant, parents have to either be able to afford for one parent to stay home full-time to homeschool, or be able to afford the difference between between the grant and private school tuition. Otherwise their child simply stays in the current public school system.The average private elementary tuition in New Hampshire is $8,621, and the median is $7,200. The average private high school tuition in New Hampshire is $29,576, and the median $14,550.There are only 4 high schools and 5 elementary schools located in the entire State with tuition below the grant level. Of course, the private schools will also benefit as they will be aware that their customers have access to these additional funds. In the future, the State will face the convenient choice of maintaining a subsidy program solely for the well-off or expanding its own power and substantially increasing the voucher amount.

Voucher programs are one more thing for the State to exercise control over. In this particular case, there is a weird middle man that preforms ministerial duties, but ultimately State programs are managed by the State. It should be self-evident not only to anarchists, but to humans, that giving the State a program to manage and fund gives power to the State. This is a near tautological proposition. It is also ridiculously foreseeable that the State and its supporters will use the excuse that something is funded by stolen money to demand even more power. The day after this bill passed the house, people were complaining that homeschool is unregulated and private school is not regulated enough to their liking.

In the past I have referred to programs that set the State up to obtain more power in the future as backdoors to power/regulation/etc. However, in this case, I believe we have arrived at the point where it is a front door. When I was testifying against this bill to the finance committee, the head of the committee said that I was “very wise” to fear regulations on home and private schools once they are funded by the State. I honestly do not know if I should take this as a compliment or a threat. The State did not even wait until the next legislative session after offering money to introduce regulations. SB 1263 is up for public hearing next week. State agents Edith Tucker, Larry Laflamme, Yvonne Thomas, and Robert Theberge who sponsored SB 1263 have not commented on the bill after being contacted on November 9th with the following questions:

  • Will this legislation return the pre-2012 requirements?
  • What requirements do you intend for this legislation to place on homeschooling families?
  • What, if any, ways does this legislation do to ensure that homeschool children who are educated but follow different curriculums from the public school are not penalized?
  • How do you intend to ensure that this legislation is compliant with Pierce v Society of Sisters 268 US 510 and its progeny?
  • Does this legislation put higher standards on homeschooling parents than on public schools? Are there any levels of failure on standardized tests at which public schools are forced to disband? Are there any levels of failure on standardized tests by the students at which public school teachers are forced to leave the field?

SB 1263 creates penalties for failure to maintain a portfolio of a homeschool child’s work and for failing (or failing to take) standardized tests. Currently there are no penalties for public schools who’s students do not achieve passing grades on tests, but this bill would allow the State to force a homeschooled child into public school if they do not achieve satisfactory grades. Children have different goals and different abilities, which is the purpose of homeschool in the first place, and so it make sense that they will pursue different curriculums. Even public school teachers will admit that different children excel in different areas. It is not particularly sane to test someone for one curriculum when they are pursuing another. And I’m not entirely sure why a State agent would want me and my child in their school.



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