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Between the buried and me preform “White Walls” live Incoming rant,


Between the buried and me preform “White Walls” live


Incoming rant, be warned.


So, I’ve been watching “The Voice”, an American Idol knockoff show that has been getting decent reviews lately. To be brief, this show pisses me off; the fact that some of  these douchebags get to parade their “talent” on national television is a disgrace to music. To be fair, there are some good, talented people on this show. But most are just singers who can “perform with confidence”. Woo-hoo. We need more of those, America.


Another show that got under my skin last night was “So You Think You Can Dance”. Now, these people have some serious, serious talent. But, I’m not really angry at the contestants. What I am concerned with is the “filler performances”. They had a group of about 20 kids, aged 8-18 (yes, eight years old) performing at one point. While I could tell these kids were really talented, it makes me sad. Especially when I saw a few 8 year old girls in scanty outfits working their bodies like most 25 year old girls can’t do. If you know what I mean. It was quite disturbing. What’s even more disturbing is that it’s illegal in America for those girls to get a job at the local arcade. Or at a burger king. Isn’t that sad?


Another performance that was very confusing was one by the group “LMFAO”. Apparently a very, very popular “electro-hop duo”. Let me make this clear; their backup dancers can really dance, and the song is catchy. But their lyrics and music writing skills are absolutely ter-ri-bad. But maybe that’s the point. I really want to believe that these guys are joking around… but I really don’t think they are. With singles such as “I’m in Miami, bitch”, “La La La” and “Yes”, it leaves me wanting more… intellect. Let me get to the point of the posted video.


Contrary to the previous few paragraphs, a large portion of society still idolizes real musicians. While mindless pop music is taking its last breath, true music thrives. There’s more to life than pretending to be wealthy when you’re not. The pop music industry is conditioning your mind to believe that material possessions will give you happiness and societal worth. They don’t. They are teaching you to stay in a state of narcissism and delusion, and to pursue a child-like lifestyle of a super-rich, arrogant celebrity. You’re not one of them.


End of rant.


Radio talk show host Alex Jones storms the Texas capitol on May 25th, 2011.

“A large portion of the population is upset and angry, including the Texas house and the Texas senate…” Jones says. “It’s an act of war under international law to block transportation and to shut down ports; either air, land or sea.”

I can’t say I disagree. The “Anti-T.S.A. groping bill” was voted on by the senate and was set to pass with 30/31 votes. Thats an almost unanimous win, but the bill was dropped by Lt. Governor David Dewhurst after a letter was sent by a United States attorney stating that if Texas passed the bill, the federal government would likely shut down all air traffic going in and out of Texas. That could be categorized as economic terrorism.

Adam Kokesh brutally arrested for dancing at Jefferson memorial

Video taken on May 28, 2011. 5 people, including Adam Kokesh, host of RT’s “Adam vs. The Man”, are seen arrested for participating in a silent group dancing event at the Jefferson Memorial last Saturday.

The event was organized by civil disobedience activist Edward Dickey (seen in the video) in light of a misdemeanor arrest that was made in April, 2008 which resulted in a lawsuit against the D.C. National Park Service. In 2009, U.S. District Judge John Bates dismissed the lawsuit, claiming that the silent dancing “undermines an atmosphere of calm, tranquility and reverence” and that it is an illegal demonstration. The Judge Writes:

“A prohibition on expressive activities in a nonpublic forum does not violate the First Amendment if it is viewpoint neutral and is ‘reasonable in lights of the use to which the forum is dedicated.”

I will point out, as many people have before me, that “the use to which to forum is dedicated” is to hold reverence to Thomas Jefferson. The man who based his political platform on individual freedom and protection from government powers. The man who was a famous advocate of civil disobedience and rebellion. The man who is now post-mortally witnessing peacefully disobedient men being body slammed, choked, and detained by park police.

In retaliation, Adam is organizing another silent dancing event at the memorial this Saturday, June 4th. As of today, over 2000 people are listed as attending. This is an important demonstration to show that we are not afraid of the D.C. park police, and to honor Jefferson’s own words which enshrine disobedience as legitimate and necessary to preserve a free society.

“A little rebellion, now and then, is a good thing, and as necessary in the political world as storms in the physical…It is a medicine necessary for the sound health of government.”

-Thomas Jefferson

Police state at G20 Summit 2009, Luke Rudkowski

Video taken September 24th, 2009 at the G20 summit. The man speaking into the megaphone is Luke Rudkowski, founder of “We Are Change”, a non profit organization that seeks to expose government lies and institutionalized crime. These peaceful, lawful protesters were not violating any laws. They were not carrying weapons. They were not posing a threat at all.

As I watched this video and as the riot vehicle slowly moved into position I thought, “How can this be happening in America? Is this really going on?”. Reality started to sink in, however.

“By order of the city of Pittsburg’s Cheif of Police…”, the pre-recorded dictator monotonously droned, “I hereby declare this to be an unlawful assembly. I order all those assembled to immediately disperse. You must leave the immediate vicinity.”

The orders were clear. Leave, or be physically abused or arrested.

How can the city of pittsburg’s cheif of police declare this an unlawful assembly when he’s not even there? I didn’t know a voice recording could dictate such orders. This is the absurdity of the police state in America.

The pre-recorded voice had deemed their assembly to be “unlawful”, therefor under the state “crimes code” they aren’t allowed to be there. Simply because a non-elected “official” has deemed it so. That’s pure tyranny, and absolutely illegal according to the highest law in the land; the words written in the bill of rights and constitution, which the U.S. courts don’t recognize at this time. Specifically, the first amendment. We’ve all read the first amendment, right? It states:

Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.

But, has congress created the Pennsylvania Crime Code? No… Is it being cited within reasonable context of state law? Let’s take a look at the definition of an Unlawful Assembly.

Unlawful Assembly- whenever two or more persons assemble together to do an unlawful act, or do a lawful act in a violent, boisterous, or tumultuous manner.

Wait wait wait… so it’s illegal for a lawful crowd of people to be boisterous? A crowd of people cannot be Noisy, energetic, or cheerful in publicThat’s crazy. And since we don’t have an actual definition of “peace” in the founding documents, the law has defined it to fit it’s police state needs. Basically the law says: BE QUIET, CITIZEN. What kind of crap is that?

This video is proof of a peaceful assembly that has been illegally deemed “unlawful” by a tyrannical man in uniform, and should be investigated by the FBI. But, based on my layman knowledge of the law, justice will not be served, and tyrants will continue to rule us as slaves. God bless America.

First post

Lets start by explaining who I am and what the hell I’m doing here. My name is Brendan, I’m a 25 year old computer geek, drummer, avid video game enthusiast, political nerd and pretentious asshole. Some people consider my views to be libertarian, voluntaryist, republican, conservative, anarchist, but most likely completely insane. I could imagine your faces when I tell you I’m every single one of those things. Well, I tell you now, I’m every single one of those things. But I guess I fit myself right at home in the United States. Specifically New England, where the psychoanalytical sociopath is commonplace.

This is the first post of what I hope will become a regular stream of content based on my silly observations of society and politics in the United States. I can’t make any promises at this point, but hopefully I will be posting new things 2-3 times a week, or whenever a certain story or event gets under my skin.