The power of III

Summum ius summa iniuria--More law, less justice

26 July 2011

This country has evolved into what we were raised to revile

"The connection between socialism and nationalism in Germany was close from the beginning. It is significant that the most important ancestors of National Socialism—Fichte, Rodbertus, and Lassalle—are at the same time acknowledged fathers of socialism. …. From 1914 onward there arose from the ranks of Marxist socialism one teacher after another who led, not the conservatives and reactionaries, but the hard-working laborer and idealist youth into the National Socialist fold. It was only thereafter that the tide of nationalist socialism attained major importance and rapidly grew into the Hitlerian doctrine."

--FA Hayek, The Road to Serfdom

Just remember boys and girls, the state is the enemy.  The bigger the state, the bigger the enemy. 

Socialist = National Socialist = Central planning = Big Government = Statism

Hasn't our government gotten quite large and Socialist/National Socialist enough for us?

Nationalized police, warrantless searches, assassinations of US citizens based on arbitrary assignment of enemy combatant status, "homeland' (vaterland) security, Blue shirted TSA thugs breaking down your sense of privacy, see something say something programs so reflective of the Secret Police of the Eastern European soviet bloc, the constant bleeding of the Bill of Rights...

Understand yet?


  1. You're fucking loon. The rest of the civilized World laughs at your lunacy.

    - Australia (and Im sure in including Europe as well)

  2. Read FA Hayek's the Road to Serfdom, and Frederic Bastiat's The Law, then re-comment.
    Smearing with name calling is too easy. Try rational argument.
    Laugh all the way to war, poverty, and totalitarianism, man.

    And Gday to you, too, mate.

  3. BTW, if you are a leftist, you are certainly much, much smarter and intellectual than I am, so reading those two books and then looking at our contemporary economic and political situation should be very easy for you.