The degree to which one feels moral outrage about something tends to be inversely proportionate to the amount of knowledge one possesses about it.

Forbidden ideas.

The more an idea is forbidden, the more its proponents are persecuted, the more likely it is to be true.

Why government?

The first mistaken thought among people living under any form of government is to assume that there should be a government. Why should there be a government? Is there an intelligent reason to have a government? Can the benefits which one associates with government be achieved through any other means which are more conducive and of less hindrance to a free society?

Morals versus dogma.

Morals obtained through absorption from one’s culture, rather than through reason, are not actually morals but dogma, and are as hollow and meaningless as mindless obedience any other dogma.  And like any other mindlessly followed dogma, such beliefs are quite possibly entirely wrong.

The only true fake news.

About the only thing you can accept as true regarding the mainstream news companies is that if they say anything which encourages war, it’s a lie.


Isms and Ists are not naturally occurring. Nobody wakes up and says “I think I’ll be some sort of ist today”. Rather, people find their individual beliefs tend to match those ism or ist categories determined by others. On its own, an ism is nothing but a label used to marginalise and persecute anyone other who isn’t using the label.

Irrational beliefs.

The belief that the government is necessary and beneficent simply by virtue of being the government is a perfect example of a completely irrational belief.

Definition of legislation.

Legislation (noun): A piece of paper which governments produce stating “It’s a crime when anyone else does it, but it’s legal when we do it.”

How to not cause a revolt.

How to not cause a revolt:

  1. Institutionalise extortion (take money under threat of negative consequences, eg. prison), and call it something other than extortion, eg. taxation.
  2. Keep increasing the amount of taxation, eg. 1% per year.
  3. Give the people a 0.1% tax “relief” every now and then, and slap some warm and fuzzy name on it, like family tax benefit.
  4. People only remember that 0.1%.