Schlagwort-Archive: states

Not maybe

Maybe the IPCC’s Modelers Should Try to Simulate Earth’s Oceans

I know, it’s meant ironic, anyway that is just another “ommission” one can not understand. If there is one element which makes use the blue planet it’s water. And not understanding the feedback from air to water and shallow waters to deep waters is anything BUT science.

But we know IPCC is not there for science it’s there for propaganda and you know this is one area where one should not stop for genocide….

This bastards should really have to go to hell for while and learn “climate” change.

Well the answer is:


That’s what the US and EU have on their mind to keep the Ukraine togehter and of course, the people living down there have no “rights” to decide differently.

Tell me, how comes that secession is not allowed, tell me why aren’t their two USAs? What would be the terrible problem to have SUS and NUS? Was it worth to devastate regions and murder a few hundred thousands? What’s it with this incredible cruelty of states? How comes that nothing has killed more people then states and how comes that people still want to vegetate in states. How comes that hardly anyone sees what states are. They are just constructs of violence in the end it’s just. You obey our rules or we will kill you. That’s the core of laws and what happens of you do not “follow” them.

Anyway the great news is. If you are at the top you can break any law, start new wars and you can decide to criminalize everyone. There are two of the most stupid wars ever: war against drugs and war against terrorism.

And not to forget the war against alcohol which have laid the foundation for the Mafia, well maybe it was also part of the foundation of the fascist socialists, or “just socialists” USA – who knows….

Ah well this fits so well: States the base of murderers.

That’s true

Indeed the paper “money” system is at it core unjust. I always allows states which do have overall the hightest debts world-wide to pretent that they “own” more then they really have. States to not have to save to bear their expenses. They just can go to everyone else and tax them. Just imagine they would not have “the right” (who has given it to them) to tax? What would happen. They could not afford by any means to throw out the voluntary given money. Because I doubt very much they would get half of the money of each individual in their country.

Another problem is that states still can make debts. And the cumulation of all our debts is the paper money iteself. The sheer madness is that it starts is life out of nothingness and the taker of it are forced to really pay it back.

It’s snake oil, unfortunatly snake oil that pretends to work But in it’s core it’s destructive and unjust. And So they search for other reasons to justify it. And there we have it. Fight against…..

Now fill in the … Come back if you are finished ;-(

Stats lie

Qu’ell surpise. (what a surprise)

The only thing what I found astonishing about it:. How well people can pretend, that states are a good thing. It’s like saying having the choice between dieying in a horrible painful way a) is better then dying a horrible painful way b). Don’t you think that’s strange also?

Just a small paragraph

Well I don’t know if anyone has written it down better. But IMHO one thing holds:

“There are two things all governmental “solutions” have in common:
1) they are the most expensive, most bureaucratic, most inefficient, of maximal stupidity
2) and none of them works.”

A little more extreme. If you want to have an extra problem, just ask government for a solution”.

It’s not just that governments is just annoying it’s just the most dangerous thing on planet earth. It’s death toll every year is in the millions.
Corruption, defraud, expropriation you name it and states do deliver

If I could give you but one suggestion

on how to escape the greedy hands of states. It would be:

Don’t buy any bonds of states.

This is what you can decide, an no state can force you to do it. If you think the bonds of states are safe. You really do not have lived and read anything the last
4 years. Then I just can tell you, go ahead, buy your “safe” state Bonds.

Anyway if you have seen the actions of the last few years, you have no choice. Any bond you buy is a contract which harms our neigbbor and not the state. You can beleive me there
can be not better thing to do than harm states. They will send you to war with a smile. They will name you “hero” if you are killed. Words are cheap in this regard.

So first guideline for investing. Don’t believe states, and don’t give them your money voluntarily.

“Must” readings

I’m reading quite a lot and well I am arrogant enough to write that I found great writers and economists which have expressed much better what I
thought to be true as myself.

Once upon a time I was learning farming. I worked on a paster station and I worked on a farm specialized on pig breeding and pig fattening. My father was a farmer as were both of my grandpas. So yes it seems I would be farmer too. And I started with it. I loved my work. At least most of it. There were jobs which were just gruesome. We had a disease under our pigs which one could not heal. So you have to kill fresh born shoats. I can assure you nothing is more terrible than to slaughter small ones. But that’s another story.

Why I did not get farmer in the end. Well to my “misfortune” I had (and I guess still have) an idea what makes economic sense and what no. So the later farm was somewhere at the edge going bankrupt. But the problem I saw was that

  • everything was regulated
  • and even worse subsided

And last but not least to earn something around 50000 DM would require a farm well valued above 1 000 000 DM. That are roughly 5% with all the risk and all the work. Well this cut it for me. I would have other sources of income but I did want to “earn” my living myself with a “fair” return on investment.

Anyway the point I want to come back to are subsidies. To that time I had discussions with my father in which I told him subsidies are wrong. Under any circumstance. So most of my income would be not paid for by people wanting to have my stuff but subsidies this was a thing I could not want. And this was a point my father and I were of a completely different opinion. To that time I did not even know about the austrian school of economcs. How should I? I was grown in a higher school and my teachers were paid for by the state. You can not expect from paid public servants that they serve the customers (in this case the scholars) or anything critical about state control. All they had to teach us was and still is state controlled. Oh yes they will tell you it’s for the better to use all, but that’s just another lie.

So I did not follow into the farmers shoes (a thing I partly regret, because in this crazy times it is good to have something to get you fed). I still started my other “career” I’m now software developer (and to be honest I love it).

But back to my “readings”. As you can see I start blogging around the time the first bail-outs were “done”. (See even to that time I did not know from the austrian school. How should I? I was grown also on a state controlled university and you can bet what the national economics are. They a breed on a state controlled school, and are raised than in state controlled universities paid for by the states. So no you can not really expect an austrian economic in universities. But as you can read through my other blog and my blog here, I did not know them as I started blogging.

And still you can see I’m a clear fan of open markets. Nothing could be more fair is my strong opinion. And during the last 4 years I learned about the austrian school and there it was. My feelings expressed in great books. I guess it started with something from von Mises (I can’t remember really but it could have been human action). Well since then I read more and more about it and found my intuitive findings supported. And still I can understand that stuff (after all maybe the education at the university pays of for me, at least some parts of it are about critical thinking ) and there we have them: von Mises, Hayek, Rothbard. Now I have to get over 4 decades to learn anything about it, now tell me about mind washing….

So know I can clearly tell everyone which books to pick up to “get” something real. It’s indicative that von Mises never has tought much on a university, hell the austrians are the devils in person of all the good-doers in every positions of the state. And still they are the only ones which saw it coming. NO OTHER SCHOOL WAS ABLE TO DO THAT. You can bet whom I do believe more. You have one guess free 😉

Anyway they have written down what I has somewhat mangled up in my mind. And I’m delighted that I found that what I call horse sense (as you know I’m not an educated national economist) has some theoretical background and was the only school of thinking which could see it coming. So yes I see this as a confirmation of my reasons to even start my blogs.

You can call me arrogant or whatever you like, but it pleases me that things I figured out by myself are supported by the greatest economics the world has seen till now. And yes I’m proud that I figured this out by myself and that I could even see my bad feelings about the education at our “universities” have a sound foundation. So yes was able to figure that out myself but the books just showed me that I could not be that wrong. And yes I’m feeling also happy that I can name charlatanism if I see it. And yes the biggest crime ever was and still is the establishment of fiat-money. So we know it’s evil and so we should stick to the von Mises motto: Tu ne cede malis, sed contra audentior ito (Latin: Do not give in to evil but proceed ever more boldly against it) and demand to get our money back and we have all the right to demand: “End the central banks”.

And one thing I (the I in very Big letter) will never forget: It started with the feeling of a 19 year old boy learning farming, which figured out some truth (maybe even some eternal one) himself while condemning subsidies. I know it does not mean anything to anyone else, it makes THE difference for the man in front of his screen and keyboard…

Let’s have a look at laws

I’m currently reading Bastiat the whole collection. I ordered it from Mises and it was again some eye-opener I got from them. To be honest I did not not of the austrian schoole since maybe 3 or so years ago.
Despite the fact that I studied at least some of the political economics. However Mises and von Hayek were not even mentioned. We we’re fed with some kind of Models and I remember as if it has been yesterday liquidity traps.
So I guess we were taught “voodo” economics.

Strange enough I always felt even to that time that something was deeply wrong. And the more I read from liberals and libertarians the more of my let’s call it “feelings” get underpinned with well let’s name it facts. Another thing I remember was my education for getting a farmer. In Germany this is a profession you have to learn (it took around 2-3 years). That has been in the 80ies of the last century. Yes indeed I’m currently in the, I think one can name it “middle” ages”. My father was and ever have been and ever will be farmer by heart. It was his life. And I guess if there’s a heaven my father will be farmer there too ;-). In my second and last year of this education, I worked on a farm for pig breeding.

I think this farm was near “under-water” but that’s another thing. I did my high school degree and well it was “perfoliated”. But I think I was and am quite capable of calculating with interest and run of three, yes and I think the basic arithmetics are also known. I remember to that times I had a few discussions with my father. I’d come to the conclusion that the subsedies paid to farmers is simple wrong. And to that time I also cam to the conclusion that farming had a bad earning state. You need a lot of money for a farm and if you then just get that in return what I calculated roughly it was not a terrible good idea. But back to the subsedies. My father though that at least the subsedies for farming were adequate, because one “has ” to eat.

In that regard he is fully right and nobody can deny it but we lived in times were trading was not that much hampered and so I though well yes maybe farming is to expensive in Gemany (it deifinitly is, but I just learned later that it’s that expensive because of the “laws”, with which the governments make it that “expensive”. So I was thinking if the farmers cannot get around withourt subsedies. we probably should import it from other countries. A though it would be a win-win situation. The countries with better results in farming trade with us in Germany which probably are the among the best in engine building. And to that time I just started thinking, free trade is the “base” of all wealth.

Till a few years later father and I could not agree upon it. But then after 10 to 15 years one day we sat together and he just said: “I guess you were right”. Why did he was able to admit it: Well farming has but one trait, you are in the hands of nature. You can bee the best farmer in the world, if there is a year of drought or flooding you loose a years hard work. Nowhere else this is that that noticeable. But here one “natural law” comes into play. The law is: “Don’t take anything for granted, prepare yourself for years of misery”. So successful farming means saving enough that you can “survive” one or more bad years. I now it does not work forever, but base you farming on credit and you are bound to fail. I don’t know fi the prior mentioned farmer still is in business, if he won’t, I’d not be surprised, I’d be more surprised if the first dairy farm would not exist any longer. This was a cautious farmer, which “knew”, that one has to live withing one bounds.

So we have laws of nature, and nothing can prevent them for taking place. So the first rule (you can name it law) is, no the “facts”. And here’s the big fall of any government, even if they “knew” the facts they would and do try to fight them. This never can work. One “fact” is that one can not get rich by piling up debt, it’s absolutely impossible. You just can get rich by “saving”. That means using less than you have. Governments ignore this simply fact since ages. And now it seems “the law” strikes back.

How did they manage to exploits their populations for that long?. Well part of it is that the population bears the laws and “obeys” them because they think they are good, or if not good unavoidable. Another possibility is that government has bought this “agreement” there are a lot of ways of doing that. One of the most popular are subsidies for any kind of felt or adopted injustice. You know this kind of things. “We can not work that effective because this or that get unfair advantages from xxxxx ” fill in whatever you like.

And their are the unjust laws, which allow plundering. And as Bastiat has correctly written at least some, especially those one can name defrauders, do not like to work with their own hands. They like to exploit other people and take away something from them. This unfair people start working for governments. And suddenly they are not bound for unsolicited exchange. They just have to follow the rules, decided by the biggest plunderers. Oh yes they write nice things about freedom etc. but there will be one special law the laws for raising taxes and here we got.. Taxes means taking from someone at the point of a gun and not have to “give” anything back. However it’s the law. And this law is not “natural” it’s a law devised. To make this unjustice not felt that directly, one starts talking about schools not build, streets not build or whatver and that one “must” have this or that or whatever.

However Bastiat write the only thing he could though laws have to be. “Laws are justice”. Now it’s unjust that taxes take away but with some empty promise that those taking away surely will just use it for the best of “all”. But this is not the law Bastiat accepts. These “laws” just can be named phrases for debts and thieves.

So we can conclude many of the laws are not for saving ons property but to legalize theft. This theft however just can take place because the majority of people do not feel and see this as unjust. This laws feed one of the most primitive and ugliest things in men: Envy. It seems most of the people fell it is “just” to take away from the rich and the government workers are the “Robin Hoods” of the “man-on-the-street”. They are anything but right. Anyway many of the laws fill the “desire” of some kind of revenge. Bureaucrats are very innovative if it comes to plundering but not to be hold responsible for this plunder. Just see what happens with Tepco, BP etc. The state has limited the liabilites of this large corporations…. Shouldn’t that be something to be considered?

So the “laws” are perverted. They are not for saving one’s properties for unjust claims. But for founding claims on how to take it away from us. I just can see any avoidance of e.g. taxes as self defense. The problem is the delebets tighten their grip around your property, decade by decade, year by year, month by month, week by week, day by day…… We just can try to find the “natural” law and the natural low is that of unsolicited trade, and we all should work for it and one of the most important starting point is that we take away the monopoly of deciding what money is from the governments. If we abolish Fiat-money systems we’d have a big strike against the Deledefs. Sure they will fight us whenever they can. But you see it’s obvious that their ponzi-scheme comes to an end. They have not obeyed the first rule of economics. “Live within your bounds”. And this fault is getting more apparent day by day, failout package after failout package, new last vendors….

They will get broke by “the law” itself.