Greetings, readers of CopBlock. Based on the fine work that the guys hereÂ are doing, trying to expose and reverse the police state lunacy that nowÂ infects this land, I’ve agreed to become a regular contributor to this webÂ site.
Some of you might know me from my “adventures” with the federal extortionÂ racket (IRS, DOJ, etc.), and some might know me from my books (“How To BeÂ a Successful Tyrant,” “The Iron Web,” etc.). But my focus here willÂ revolve mainly around the real-world effects of the most dangerousÂ superstition: the belief in “authority”–which happens to be the focus ofÂ my latest book.
Let me begin by saying this: “Fascists are people too.” The bad news is,Â people in power (cops, legislators, judges, etc.) are usually morallyÂ confused, completely brainwashed, delusional and psychologically messed upÂ people, and are often personally sadistic, vindictive and malicious. TheÂ good news is that understanding what makes would-be masters tick can showÂ us how to minimize the damage they do to humanity–and maybe evenÂ occasionally convert one or two back into rational human beings.
And I mean exactly that. Those who imagine themselves to be agents ofÂ “authority” are irrational and deluded, and incapable of seeing reality asÂ it is. They live their lives in a perpetual hallucination, imagining aÂ world where they have the right to rule, and where the rest of us areÂ morally obligated to grovel at their feet. They do not view themselves asÂ mere mortals, but as part of a superhuman entity which is exempt fromÂ basic morality. Sadly, many of their VICTIMS share in this delusion.
But I’m getting a bit ahead of myself. Rather than trying to give aÂ comprehensive treatise here on the psychoses of “government” enforcers,Â I’ll be writing articles now and then about real-world examples ofÂ oppression via “authority,” addressing how and why they happen, and how weÂ might be able to STOP them from happening. After all, while screamingÂ “fascist pig!” is fun, it takes a bit more than that to create aÂ fascist-free world. So we’ll play doctor, analyzing the causes of, and theÂ remedies for, the societal disease known as tyranny. (And occasionallyÂ scream “fascist pig!” along the way.)