Wednesday, January 21, 2009

Tax slave numbers under criminal "jurisdictions"

A Tax Slave Number (TSN) is a unique number criminals issue to individuals and organisations to help them administer extortion and other criminal activities.

Depending on the criminal organisation, this number may have a range of names, designations and different definitions for organisational purposes, yet the fundamental nature of it remains the same.

This number is first issued to most individuals within a certain criminal "jurisdiction", in their concentration campuses for mind destruction ("schools"). The reason for this is that children are more susceptible to manipulation than adults.

In order to get the "compliance" of their victims to go along with this extortion, criminals use several methods to implement and enforce this system. They will declare having or declaring a TSN "voluntary", yet claim to extort more value out of the individual if he/she does not submit to providing a TSN. They will also coerce their employer to make regular deductions out of their income. This forces the slave to make a claim, based on their terms, at the end of the "financial year" to try and get a portion of their money back (of course, this does not take into account any possible interest earned on that money nor the effect of inflation).

This TSN has many names or euphemisms - Social Security Number, Tax File Number, etc.

There are several ways to avoid being forced to submit to this coercive practice:

*Go along with their regime, which may allow certain loopholes for tax deductions (usually but not confined to a business entity).

However, due to the expenses that must be made in order to qualify for these tax deductions, this is only achievable to organisations that have alot of resource capital.

*Become an independent contractor and/or business and do not declare your income to the criminals.

The only risk of this practice is if the criminals track you down via their monitoring of financial systems and/or find incriminating evidence during a raid of your premises.

*Trade on the free market.

Another risky practice in certain situations. An informer may alert the criminals to your activities.

Friday, January 16, 2009


Bovination is a Australian-based website that is divided into two sections. One section has a large glossary of political terms and what the 'real' meaning behind them is. The other section is a blog containing commentary on news articles, political issues and current events.

To get an idea of the tone of this website, here are some of their definitions:

Politics: The control of people.

An extension of
war by less violent means.
The original
politician was a caveman who bashed some other caveman's head in with a rock so he could steal his food and rape his woman. And politics has been thriving ever since. We now have larger social groups so that more powerful governments can control the population, and democracy, which provides a justification for their actions.

Democracy: Subjugation of the minority by the majority.

Love: The desire to control the another's reproductive future.

Welfare: The mechanism by which we subsidize poverty.

Subsidizing anything will create more of it.
If we subsidize public transport, we will have more public transport
If we subsidize nuclear reactors, we will have more reactors
If we subsidize single families, we will have more single families
If we subsidize house construction, we will have more house construction
If we subsidize tulips, we will have more tulips
If we subsidize poverty, we will have more poverty

Government: An organization which monopolizes coercion in a region.

I am huge fan of this website, so definitely go and check it out.

Thursday, January 15, 2009

Stanford prison experiment

The Stanford Prison Experiment was conducted in 1971 at Stanford University. It involved a simulation of a prison with college students picked to play prisoners or guards. This was a test to see what the psychology of the prisoner/guard dynamic was, and so people could use the results of this experiment in an attempt to provide clues to larger questions such as how things like the Holocaust or countless other historical accounts of large-scale abuses of human rights could've happened.

The results of the experiment, gave a clue to human nature and how certain systems work.

The reason it is relevant to freedom-seekers, is because it is important to "know thy enemy" and the kind of systems they operate under. Whether this knowledge is useful or not, it is perhaps better to be aware of it than to be in complete ignorance.

The official website of the Stanford Prison Experiment can be found here.

Wednesday, January 07, 2009

Crippled by their own dependence on their slaves

Discourse of Voluntary Servitude is an essay written in 1552/1553 by a frenchman called Éttiene de la Boétie.

Here is a summary of his analysis by Frederick Mann, published on

The only power tyrants have is the power relinquished to them by their victims.
The tyrant is often a weak little man. He has no special qualities that set him apart from anyone else - yet the gullible idolize him.
The victims bring about their own subjection - they "win their enslavement."
If without violence the tyrant is simply not obeyed, he becomes "naked and undone and as nothing."
Once you resolve to serve no more, you are free.
We are all born free and naturally free.
Grown-up adults should adopt reason as their guide and never become slaves of anybody.
People can be enslaved through either force or deception.
When people lose their freedom through deceit, it is because they mislead themselves.
People born into slavery regard it as a natural condition.
In general, people are shaped more by their environment than by their natural capacities - if they allow it.
Habit and custom are powerful forces that keep people enslaved.
There are always some people who cannot be tamed, subjected, or enslaved. Even if freedom were to be entirely extinguished, these people would re-invent it.
Lovers of freedom tend to be ineffective because they are not known to one another.
People who lose their freedom also lose their valor (strength of mind, bravery).
Among free people there is competition to do good for humanity.
People seem to be most gullible towards those who deliberately set out to fool them. It is as if people have a need to be deceived.
Tyrants stupefy their victims with "pastimes and vain pleasures flashed before their eyes."
Tyrants parade like "workers of magic."
Tyrants can only give back part of what they first took from their victims.
Tyrants attain their positions through: (a) Force; (b) Birth; or (c) Election.
Tyrants create a power structure, consisting of a multi-layered hierarchy, staffed by a conspiracy of accomplices. Accomplices receive their positions as a favor from the tyrant.
The worst dregs of society gather around the tyrant - they are people of weak character who trade servility for unearned wealth.
Accomplices can profit greatly from their positions in the hierarchy.
If people withdraw their support, the tyrant topples over from his own corrupted weight.

^This last fact, must terrify bureaucrats, which is likely why they are trying to establish a New World Order, consolidate power and bring their plans of ultimate mastery over the entire population into fruition.


Saturday, January 03, 2009

Reflections of the Omega Point: Frank Tipler and Pierre Teilhard de Chardin

Written by David Healy
Sunday, 18 May 2008 02:27

Beckoning us from some distant future, the Omega Point begins a new paradigm perpetuating all life forever. In doing so, however, a new way of thinking must occur, one where selfishness is vanquished so that a unity of minds can combine into a more cohesive community. On the forefront of this transmigration are two men who have seen the future through different disciplines and have endeavored to interpret its meaning. One of the most important glimpses came from Pierre Teilhard de Chardin. A Jesuit priest by training, he helped solidify the Omega point into a spirituality that mankind had to strive for. In contrast, the physicist Frank Tipler used science to prove his observations on what was being projected into the far future. Together these two great thinkers brought about what is to become the Omega Point theory.

Pierre Teilhard de Chardin believed that humanity could achieve a form of Godhood or a high level of spirituality called the Omega Point. This was an evolutionary process that everyone could attain through discipline and dedication to the path of enlightenment. He coined the phrase noosphere that is a sphere of the mind above the animalistic biosphere. The noosphere is a sphere of reflection and conscious intentions that binds with all of humanity. He maintains that evolution has a definite direction called an Ariadne’s thread, a connection with the growing complexity of the human mind that seems to push us forward, or pull us toward a time of self-actualized Godhood. He suggests that awareness with self-reflection was the source of transcendence; he says, “an evolution conscious of itself could also direct itself.” If human evolution has a direction then a self-reflecting noosphere could influence its own course toward whatever potential strange attractor lies ahead.

Rest of article here.