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Clint Richardson's Corporation Nation Show - 10 / 14 / 2013 - The show’s “Mission Statement”

http://corporationnationradioarchive...oct14_2013.mp3

Clint Richardson's Corporation Nation Show - 10 / 15 / 2013 - Clint and guest Jan Irvin of Gnostic Media discuss Logic, Grammar, Rhetoric and why if you thought it was cool to be a Hippie and “stick it to the man”.. you're quite the sucker because there is plenty of evidence Hippies and most of the counter-culture movements of the 1960's were designed by the CIA!

http://corporationnationradioarchive...how2_oct15.mp3



Clint Richardson's Corporation Nation Show - 10 / 16 / 2013 - Guest: Vicky Davis of www.channelingreality.com

http://corporationnationradioarchive...how3_oct16.mp3


Clint Richardson's Corporation Nation Show - 10 / 17 / 2013 - Guest: Freeman Burt of http://onlyfreemen.wordpress.com/

http://corporationnationradioarchive...how4_oct17.mp3

Clint Richardson's Corporation Nation Show - 10 / 22 / 2013 - Core Curriculum, its Anti-Trivium aims, how it literally creates monsters out of children and who designed it.

http://corporationnationradioarchive...how7_oct22.mp3

http://www.triviumeducation.com/



Clint Richardson's Corporation Nation Show - 10 / 23 / 2013 - Guest: Walter Burien

http://corporationnationradioarchive...how8_oct23.mp3

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Clint Richardson's Corporation Nation Show - 10 / 24 / 2013 - Guest: Freeman Burt of http://onlyfreemen.wordpress.com/

http://corporationnationradioarchive...how9_oct24.mp3

Clint Richardson's Corporation Nation Show - 10 / 28 / 2013 - The Government Surveillance Net, Private Sheriff’s Associations, and Listener Calls.

http://corporationnationradioarchive...ow11_oct28.mp3

Clint Richardson's Corporation Nation Show - 10 / 29 / 2013
how all the planks of the Communist Manifesto are now law in America + call ins in the 2nd hour.

http://corporationnationradioarchive...ow12_oct29.mp3

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Bankster-funded Internationalist Communism / Marxist Socialism vs. Bankster-funded Internationalist Mercantile Predatory Capitalism (as shown in this old magazine cover above; wrongly called "Fascism" in order to mislead people from investigating the true history and origins of Fascism) = The False Dialectic = Both created and ruled by the same people

Anti-Usury Jeffersonian Classical Liberalism / Lysander Spooner Libertarian-Anarchism + National Socialism / Fascism vs. Usurocracy-funded Marxist Communism, Marxist Socialism + Mercantile Capitalism = the True Dialectic

A system that is anti-usury is by its nature automatically mostly within the win-win dialectic of civilization and based on the non-aggression principle (even if plenty of SELF-DEFENSE aggression may be necessary to defend it) since it is AGAINST the most massive source of aggression and fraud, the most LOSING of all win-lose dialectic arrangements for the vast majority of populations and the most WINNING for a few powerful elites: USURY.

Therefore, Nationalistic anti-usury movements such as Chavez, Gadaffi, Assad and Golden Dawn in Greece, although in some ways far from "perfect," are AT LEAST ON THE RIGHT PATH and moving in the right direction, and forcefully defending against the UBER-fraud / Ultimate Injustice at the root of all injustices: USURY

"Thus, to comprise all my meaning in a single proposition, the dissimilarities and inequalities of men gave rise to the notion of honor; that notion is weakened in proportion as these differences are obliterated, and with them it would disappear." ~ Alexis de Tocqueville - from Democracy in America - Chapter XVIII: "Of Honor in the United States and in Democratic Communities "

The principle of private property and the freedom of choice implied in it and in the very creation of it presupposes and protects the natural inequality of results which rewards your honour

"Although men possess unequal powers, they nonetheless possess equal rights. Rights are not based on powers : because of the moral nature of justice, they are based on the fact that in each man the same will to live appears at the same stage of its objectivization. Yet this is valid only in respect of original and abstract rights, which man possesses as man. The property, likewise the honour which each man has acquired by means of his powers are in accordance with the measure and the nature of these powers and then extend to the sphere of his rights: it is here that equality therefore ceases. He who is better endowed or more active in this respect extends through his greater acquisitions, not his rights, but only the number of things to which they extend." ~ Arthur Schopenhauer

A very simple example:

On your private property, your whims reign. You can walk around butt-naked in your own house but you do not walk around naked in your backyard in full view of your neighbors. Why ? Not because you would be "physically aggressing against them," you wouldn't be, but because people function within self-regulating hierarchical societal structures based on authority and symbols of authority, the rules of which they have internalized since they were children.

"Just as we internalize grammatical rules, and can thus both understand and produce new sentences, so we internalize axiomatic rules of social life which enable us to fulfill social requirements in novel situations." -- Stanley Milgram, Obedience to Authority

Therefore, you know that if you went buttnaked to your backyard in full view of your neighbors and took a dump under a tree like a dog, this action, despite not physically aggressing against your neighbors, would offend their internalized rules of propriety for a situation of neighborly relations to such a degree that they would probably never want to talk to you or have anything to do with you again. Now, your dog may do this every day and your neighbors would have nothing against your dog because the rules of honorable conduct with regard to dogs are different. A dog would be stepping over the line if it took a dump in the neighbor's backyard, in which case it would be YOUR responsibility to discipline your pooch. In neither of these cases of so-called "degeneracy" would the STATE have to step in. The unwritten rules of conduct in that situation (which would be somewhat different in a nudist camp) regulate it far more effectively.

Outside the house each private establishement has its own written rules and "We reserve the right to refuse service to anyone for any reason" would reign supreme. When the state steps in and tells you you are not allowed to refuse service on your own property for this or that reason, then you have no private property and therefore no real rights or freedom of choice, only the freedom to choose what the state allows you.

No Shirt, No Shoes, No Dice

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k2NaHBVVYzY

"I have shown in my chief work (Volume II, chapter 47) that the STATE is essentially no more than an institution for the protection of the whole against attacks from without and the protection of its individual members from attacks by one another. It follows that the necessity for the state ultimately depends on the acknowledged INJUSTICE of the human race: without this no one would ever have thought of the state, since no one would have needed to fear any encroachment on his rights, and a mere union against the attacks of wild animals or the elements would bear only a very slight similarity to a state. From this point of view it is easy to see the ignorance and triviality of those philosophasters who, in pompous phrases, represent the state as the supreme goal and greatest achievement of mankind and thereby achieve an apotheosis of philistinism." ~ Arthur Schopenhauer

Let's repeat that last sentence for emphasis:

"From this point of view it is easy to see the ignorance and triviality of those philosophasters who, in pompous phrases, represent the state as the supreme goal and greatest achievement of mankind and thereby achieve an apotheosis of philistinism."

and Hitler's version of it:

“The authority of the State can never be an end in itself; for, if that were so, any kind of tyranny would be inviolable and sacred. If a government uses the instruments of power in its hands for the purpose of leading a people to ruin, then rebellion is not only the right but also the duty of every individual citizen.” ~Adolf Hitler, Mein Kampf

"Rightful liberty is unobstructed action according to our will within limits drawn around us by the equal rights of others. I do not add 'within the limits of the law', because law is often but the tyrant's will, and always so when it violates the rights of the individual." "No man has a natural right to commit aggression on the equal rights of another, and this is all from which the laws ought to restrain him." -- Thomas Jefferson to Francis Gilmer, 1816

So, as you can clearly see, all these European philosophies are all rooted from the same sources, more-or-less aligned together in their essentials and going in the same direction in opposition to Jewish Marxist / Communistic philosophies.

Note: the fact that Schopenhauer did not advocate equal rights for women merely shows that he was a man of his time. In Hitler's Germany, both their greatest filmmaker, Leni Riefenstahl, and one of their greatest aviators, Hanna Reistch, was a woman.

"The question of the sovereignty of the people amounts at bottom to the question whether anyone could have the natural right to rule a people agianst its will. I cannot see how that question could be answered affirmatively. It is therefore a fact that the people is sovereign: but this sovereignty never comes of age and therefore has to remain under the permanent care of a guardian: it can never exercise its rights itself without giving rise to limitless dangers, especially as, like all minors, it is easily fooled by cunning imposters, who are therefore called demagogues.

Voltaire says: 'Le premier qui fut roi fut un soldat heureux.' All princes were no doubt in fact originally victorious commanders, and for a long time ruled as such. Having acquired standing armies, they regarded the people as a means of feeding themselves and their soldiers, that is to say as a herd which one looks after so that it may provide wool, milk and meat. This is based on the fact that, by nature and from the first, it is not justice which rules on earth but force; force has the advantage of the primus occupans, which is why it can never be annuled or really abolished from the world: it must always be appealed to, and the most that one can hope for is that it will stand on the side of justice." ~ Arthur Schopenhauer

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Lysander Spooner

Vices Are Not Crimes

A Vindication Of Moral Liberty


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I.

Vices are those acts by which a man harms himself or his property.

Crimes are those acts by which one man harms the person or property of another.

Vices are simply the errors which a man makes in his search after his own happiness.

Unlike crimes, they imply no malice toward others, and no interference with their persons or property.

In vices, the very essence of crime --- that is, the design to injure the person or property of another --- is wanting.

It is a maxim of the law that there can be no crime without a criminal intent; that is, without the intent to invade the person or property of another. But no one ever practises a vice with any such criminal intent. He practises his vice for his own happiness solely, and not from any malice toward others.

Unless this clear distinction between vices and crimes be made and recognized by the laws, there can be on earth no such thing as individual right, liberty, or property; no such things as the right of one man to the control of his own person and property, and the corresponding and coequal rights of another man to the control of his own person and property.

For a government to declare a vice to be a crime, and to punish it as such, is an attempt to falsify the very nature of things. It is as absurd as it would be to declare truth to be falsehood, or falsehood truth.

II.

Every voluntary act of a man’s life is either virtuous or vicious. That is to say, it is either in accordance, or in conflict, with those natural laws of matter and mind, on which his physical, mental, and emotional health and well-being depend. In other words, every act of his life tends, on the whole, either to his happiness, or to his unhappiness. No single act in his whole existence is indifferent.

Furthermore, each human being differs in his physical, mental, and emotional constitution, and also in the circumstances by which he is surrounded, from every other human being. Many acts, therefore, that are virtuous, and tend to happiness, in the case of one person, are vicious, and tend to unhappiness, in the case of another person.

Many acts, also, that are virtuous, and tend to happiness, in the case of one man, at one time, and under one set of circumstances, are vicious, and tend to unhappiness, in the case of the same man, at another time, and under other circumstances.

III.

To know what actions are virtuous, and what vicious --- in other words, to know what actions tend, on the whole, to happiness, and what to unhappiness --- in the case of each and every man, in each and all the conditions in which they may severally be placed, is the profoundest and most complex study to which the greatest human mind ever has been, or ever can be, directed. It is, nevertheless, the constant study to which each and every man --- the humblest in intellect as well as the greatest --- is necessarily driven by the desires and necessities of his own existence. It is also the study in which each and every person, from his cradle to his grave, must necessarily form his own conclusions; because no one else knows or feels, or can know or feel, as he knows and feels, the desires and necessities, the hopes, and fears, and impulses of his own nature, or the pressure of his own circumstances.

IV.

It is not often possible to say of those acts that are called vices, that they really are vices, except in degree. That is, it is difficult to say of any actions, or courses of action, that are called vices, that they really would have been vices, if they had stopped short of a certain point. The question of virtue or vice, therefore, in all such cases, is a question of quantity and degree, and not of the intrinsic character of any single act, by itself. This fact adds to the difficulty, not to say the impossibility, of any one’s --- except each individual for himself --- drawing any accurate line, or anything like any accurate line, between virtue and vice; that is, of telling where virtue ends, and vice begins. And this is another reason why this whole question of virtue and vice should be left for each person to settle for himself.

V.

Vices are usually pleasurable, at least for the time being, and often do not disclose themselves as vices, by their effects, until after they have been practised for many years; perhaps for a lifetime. To many, perhaps most, of those who practise them, they do not disclose themselves as vices at all during life.

Virtues, on the other band, often appear so harsh and rugged, they require the sacrifice of so much present happiness, at least, and the results, which alone prove them to be virtues, are often so distant and obscure, in fact, so absolutely invisible to the minds of many, especially of the young, that, from the very nature of things, there can be no universal, or even general, knowledge that they are virtues. In truth, the studies of profound philosophers have been expended --- if not wholly in vain, certainly with very small results --- in efforts to draw the lines between the virtues and the vices.

If, then, it became so difficult, so nearly impossible, in most cases, to determine what is, and what is not, vice; and especially if it be so difficult, in nearly all cases, to determine where virtue ends, and vice begins; and if these questions, which no one can really and truly determine for anybody but himself, are not to be left free and open for experiment by all, each person is deprived of the highest of all his rights as a human being, to wit: his right to inquire, investigate, reason, try experiments, judge, and ascertain for himself, what is, to him, virtue, and what is, to him, vice; in other words: what, on the whole, conduces to his happiness, and what, on the whole, tends to his unhappiness. If this great right is not to be left free and open to all, then each man’s whole right, as a reasoning human being, to" liberty and the pursuit of happiness," is denied him.

VI.

We all come into the world in ignorance of ourselves, and of everything around us. By a fundamental law of our natures we are all constantly impelled by the desire of happiness, and the fear of pain. But we have everything to learn, as to what will give us happiness, and save us from pain. No two of us are wholly alike, either physically, mentally, or emotionally; or, consequently, in our physical, mental, or emotional requirements for the acquisition of happiness, and the avoidance of unhappiness.

No one of us, therefore, can learn this indispensable lesson of happiness and unhappiness, of virtue and vice, for another. Each must learn it for himself. To learn it, he must be at liberty to try all experiments that commend themselves to his judgment.

Some of his experiments succeed, and, because they succeed, are called virtues; others fail, and, because they fail, are called vices. He gathers wisdom as much from his failures as from his successes; from his so-called vices, as from his so-called virtues. Both are necessary to his acquisition of that knowledge --- of his own nature, and of the world around him, and of their adaptations or non-adaptations to each other --- which shall show him how happiness is acquired, and pain avoided. And, unless he can be permitted to try these experiments to his own satisfaction, he is restrained from the acquisition of knowledge, and, consequently, from pursuing the great purpose and duty of his life.

VII.

A man is under no obligation to take anybody’s word, or yield to anybody authority, on a matter so vital to himself, and in regard to which no one else has, or can have, any such interest as he. He cannot, if he would, safely rely upon the opinions of other men, because be finds that the opinions of other men do not agree.

Certain actions, or courses of action, have been practised by many millions of men, through successive generations, and have been held by them to be, on the whole, conducive to happiness, and therefore virtuous. Other men, in other ages or countries, or under other condition, have held, as the result of their experience and observation, that these actions tended, on the whole, to unhappiness, and were therefore vicious.

The question of virtue or vice, as already remarked in a previous section, has also been, in most minds, a question of degree; that is, of the extent to which certain actions should be carried; and not of the intrinsic character of any single act, by itself. The questions of virtue and vice have therefore been as various, and, in fact, as infinite, as the varieties of mind, body, and condition of the different individuals inhabiting the globe. And the experience of ages has left an infinite number of these questions unsettled. In fact, it can scarcely be said to have settled any of them.

VIII.

In the midst of this endless variety of opinion, what man, or what body of men, has the right to say, in regard to any particular action, or course of action, "We have tried this experiment, and determined every question involved in it? We have determined it, not only for ourselves, but for all others? And, as to all those who are weaker than we, we will coerce them to act in obedience to our conclusion? We will suffer no further experiment or inquiry by any one, and, consequently, no further acquisition of knowledge by anybody?"

Who are the men who have the right to say this? Certainly there are none such. The men who really do say it, are either shameless impostors and tyrants, who would stop the progress of knowledge, and usurp absolute control over the minds and bodies of their fellow men; and are therefore to be resisted instantly, and to the last extent; for they are themselves too ignorant of their own weaknesses, and of their true relations to other men, to be entitled to any other consideration than sheer pity or contempt.

We know, however, that there are such men as these in the world. Some of them attempt to exercise their power only within a small sphere, to wit, upon their children, their neighbors, their townsmen, and their countrymen. Others attempt to exercise it on a larger scale.

For example, an old man at Rome, aided by a few subordinates, attempts to decide all questions of virtue and vice; that is, of truth or falsehood, especially in matters of religion. He claims to know and teach what religious ideas and practices are conducive, or fatal, to a man’s happiness, not only in this world, but in that which is to come. He claims to be miraculously inspired for the performance of this work; thus virtually acknowledging, like a sensible man, that nothing short of miraculous inspiration would qualify him for it.

This miraculous inspiration, however, has been ineffectual to enable him to settle more than a very few questions. The most important to which common mortals can attain, is an implicit belief in his (the pope’s) infallibility! and, secondly, that the blackest vices of which they can be guilty are to believe and declare that he is only a man like the rest of them!

It required some fifteen or eighteen hundred years to enable him to reach definite conclusions on these two vital points. Yet it would seem that the first of these must necessarily be preliminary to his settlement of any other questions; because, until his own infallibility is determined, he can authoritatively decide nothing else.

He has, however, heretofore attempted or pretended to settle a few others. And he may, perhaps, attempt or pretend to settle a few more in the future, if he shall continue to find anybody to listen to him. But his success, thus far, certainly does not encourage the belief that he will be able to settle all questions of virtue and vice, even in his peculiar department of religion, in time to meet the necessities of mankind.

He, or his successors, will undoubtedly be compelled, at no distant day, to acknowledge that he has undertaken a task to which all his miraculous inspiration was inadequate; and that, of necessity, each human being must be left to settle all questions of this kind for himself. And it is not unreasonable to expect that all other popes, in other and lesser spheres, will some time have cause to come to the same conclusion.

No one, certainly, not claiming supernatural inspiration, should undertake a task to which obviously nothing less than such inspiration is adequate. And, clearly, no one should surrender his own judgment to the teachings of others, unless he be first convinced that these others have something more than ordinary human knowledge on this subject.

If those persons, who fancy themselves gifted with both the power and the right to define and punish other men’s vices, would but turn their thoughts inwardly, they would probably find that they have a great work to do at home; and that, when that shall have been completed, they will be little disposed to do more towards correcting the vices of others, than simply to give to others the results of their experience and observation. In this sphere their labors may possibly be useful; but, in the sphere of infallibility and coercion, they will probably, for well-known reasons, meet with even less success in the future than such men have met with in the past.

IX.

It is now obvious, from the reasons already given, that government would be utterly impracticable, if it were to take cognizance of vices, and punish them as crimes. Every human being has his or her vices. Nearly all men have a great many. And they are of all kinds; physiological, mental, emotional; religious, social, commercial, industrial, economical, etc. If government is to take cognizance of any of these vices, and punish them as crimes, then, to be consistent, it must take cognizance of all, and punish all impartially.

The consequence would be, that everybody would be in prison for his or her vices. There would be no one left outside to lock the doors upon those within. In fact, courts enough could not be found to try the offenders, nor prisons enough built to hold them. All human industry in the acquisition of knowledge, and even in acquiring the means of subsistence, would be arrested: for we should all be under constant trial or imprisonment for our vices. But even if it were possible to imprison all the vicious, our knowledge of human nature tells us that, as a general rule, they would be far more vicious in prison than they ever have been out of it.

X.

A government that shall punish all vices impartially is so obviously an impossibility, that nobody was ever found, or ever will be found, foolish enough to propose it. The most that any one proposes is, that government shall punish some one, or at most a few, of what he esteems the grossest of them. But this discrimination is an utterly absurd, illogical, and tyrannical one. What right has any body of men to say, "The vices of other men we will punish; but our own vices nobody shall punish? We will restrain other men from seeking their own happiness, according to their own notions of it; but nobody shall restrain us from seeking our own happiness, according to our own notions of it? We will restrain other men from acquiring any experimental knowledge of what is conducive or necessary, to their own happiness; but nobody shall restrain us from acquiring an experimental knowledge of what is conducive or necessary to our own happiness?"

Nobody but knaves or blockheads ever thinks of making such absurd assumptions as these. And yet, evidently, it is only upon such assumptions that anybody can claim the right to punish the vices of others, and at the same time claim exemption from punishment for his own.

XI.

Such a thing as a government, formed by voluntary association, would never have been thought of, if the object proposed had been the punishment of all vices, impartially; because nobody wants such an institution, or would voluntarily submit to it. But a government, formed by voluntary association, for the punishment of all crimes is a reasonable matter; because everybody wants protection for himself against all crimes by others, and also acknowledges the justice of his own punishment, if he commits a crime.

XII.

It is a natural impossibility that a government should have a right to punish men for their vices; because it is impossible that a government should have any rights, except such as the individuals composing it had previously had, as individuals. They could not delegate to a government any rights which they did not themselves possess. They could not contribute to the government any rights, except such as they themselves possessed as individuals.

Now, nobody but a fool or an impostor pretends that he, as an individual, has a right to punish other men for their vices. But anybody and everybody have a natural right, as individuals, to punish other men for their crimes; for everybody has a natural right, not only to defend his own person and property against aggressors, but also to go to the assistance and defence of everybody else, whose person or property is invaded.

The natural right of each individual to defend his own person and property against an aggressor, and to go to the assistance and defence of every one else whose person or property is invaded, is a right without which men could not exist on the earth. And government has no rightful existence, except in so far as it embodies, and is limited by, this natural right of individuals.

But the idea that each man has a natural right to decide what are virtues, and what are vices --- that is, what contribute to that neighbor's happiness, and what do not --- and to punish him for all that do not contribute to it; is what no one ever had the impudence or folly to assert. It is only those who claim that government has some rightful power, which no individual or individuals ever did, or could, delegate to it, that claim that government has any rightful power to punish vices.

It will do for a pope or a king --- who claims to have received direct authority from Heaven, to rule over his fellow-men --- to claim the right, as the vicegerent of God, to punish men for their vices; but it is a sheer and utter absurdity for any government, claiming to derive its power wholly from the grant of the governed, to claim any such power; because everybody knows that the governed never would grant it. For them to grant it would be an absurdity, because it would be granting away their own right to seek their own happiness; since to grant away their right to judge of what will be for their happiness, is to grant away all their right to pursue their own happiness.

XIII

We can now see how simple, easy, and reasonable a matter a government is for the punishment of crimes, as compared with one for the punishment of vices. Crimes are few, and easily distinguished from all other acts; and mankind are generally agreed as to what acts are crimes. Whereas vices are innumerable; and no two persons are agreed, except in comparatively few cases, as to what are vices.

Furthermore, everybody wishes to be protected, in his person and property, against the aggressions of other men. But nobody wishes to be protected, either in his person or property, against himself; because it is contrary to the fundamental laws of human nature itself that any one should wish to harm himself. He only wishes to promote his own happiness, and to be his own judge as to what will promote, and does promote, his own happiness.

This is what every one wants, and has a right to, as a human being. And though we all make many mistakes, and necessarily must make them, from the imperfection of our knowledge, yet these mistakes are no argument against the right; because they all tend to give us the very knowledge we need, and are in pursuit of, and can get in no other way.

The object aimed at in the punishment of crimes, therefore, is not only wholly different from, but it is directly opposed to, that aimed at in the punishment of vices.

The object aimed at in the punishment of crimes is to secure, to each and every man alike, the fullest liberty he possibly can have — consistently with the equal rights of others — to pursue his own happiness, under the guidance of his own judgment, and by the use of his own property. On the other hand, the object aimed at in the punishment of vices is to deprive every man of his natural right and liberty to pursue his own happiness under the guidance of his own judgment and by the use of his own property.

These two objects, then, are directly opposed to each other. They are as directly opposed to each other as are light and darkness, or as truth and falsehood, or as liberty and slavery. They are utterly incompatible with each other; and to suppose the two to be embraced in one and the same government is an absurdity, an impossibility. It is to suppose the objects of a government to be to commit crimes, and to prevent crimes — to destroy individual liberty, and to secure individual liberty.

XIV

Finally, on this point of individual liberty, every man must necessarily judge and determine for himself as to what is conducive and necessary to, and what is destructive of, his own well-being; because, if he omits to perform this task for himself, nobody else can perform it for him. And nobody else will even attempt to perform it for him, except in very few cases. Popes, and priests, and kings will assume to perform it for him, in certain cases, if permitted to do so. But they will, in general, perform it only in so far as they can minister to their own vices and crimes by doing it. They will, in general, perform it only in so far as they can make him their fool and their slave.

Parents, with better motives, no doubt, than the others, too often attempt the same work. But in so far as they practice coercion, or restrain a child from anything not really and seriously dangerous to himself, they do him a harm, rather than a good. It is a law of Nature that to get knowledge, and to incorporate that knowledge into his own being, each individual must get it for himself. Nobody, not even his parents, can tell him the nature of fire, so that he will really know it. He must himself experiment with it, and be burnt by it, before he can know it.

Nature knows, a thousand times better than any parent, what she designs each individual for, what knowledge he requires, and how he must get it. She knows that her own processes for communicating that knowledge are not only the best, but the only ones that can be effectual.

The attempts of parents to make their children virtuous are generally little else than attempts to keep them in ignorance of vice. They are little else than attempts to teach their children to know and prefer truth by keeping them in ignorance of falsehood. They are little else than attempts to make them seek and appreciate health by keeping them in ignorance of disease and of everything that will cause disease. They are little else than attempts to make their children love the light by keeping them in ignorance of darkness. In short, they are little else than attempts to make their children happy by keeping them in ignorance of everything that causes them unhappiness.

In so far as parents can really aid their children in the latter's search after happiness, by simply giving them the results of their (the parents') own reason and experience, it is all very well, and is a natural and appropriate duty. But to practice coercion in matters of which the children are reasonably competent to judge for themselves is only an attempt to keep them in ignorance.

And this is as much a tyranny, and as much a violation of the children's right to acquire knowledge for themselves, and such knowledge as they desire, as is the same coercion when practiced upon older persons. Such coercion, practiced upon children, is a denial of their right to develop the faculties that Nature has given them, and to be what Nature designs them to be. It is a denial of their right to themselves, and to the use of their own powers. It is a denial of their right to acquire the most valuable of all knowledge, to wit, the knowledge that Nature, the great teacher, stands ready to impart to them.

The results of such coercion are not to make the children wise or virtuous, but to make them ignorant, and consequently weak and vicious — and to perpetuate through them, from age to age, the ignorance, the superstitions, the vices, and the crimes of the parents. This is proved by every page of the world's history.

Those who hold opinions opposite to these are those whose false and vicious theologies, or whose own vicious general ideas, have taught them that the human race are naturally given to evil, rather than good; to the false, rather than the true; that mankind do not naturally turn their eyes to the light; that they love darkness rather than light; and that they find their happiness only in those things that tend to their misery.

XV

But these men, who claim that government shall use its power to prevent vice, will say, or are in the habit of saying, "We acknowledge the right of an individual to seek his own happiness in his own way, and consequently to be as vicious as he pleases; we only claim that government shall prohibit the sale to him of those articles by which he ministers to his vice."

The answer to this is that the simple sale of any article whatever — independently of the use that is to be made of the article — is legally a perfectly innocent act. The quality of the act of sale depends wholly upon the quality of the use for which the thing is sold. If the use of anything is virtuous and lawful, then the sale of it, for that use, is virtuous and lawful. If the use is vicious, then the sale of it, for that use, is vicious. If the use is criminal, then the sale of it, for that use, is criminal.

The seller is, at most, only an accomplice in the use that is to be made of the article sold, whether the use be virtuous, vicious, or criminal. Where the use is criminal, the seller is an accomplice in the crime, and punishable as such. But where the use is only vicious, the seller is only an accomplice in the vice, and is not punishable.

XVI

But it will be asked, "Is there no right, on the part of government, to arrest the progress of those who are bent on self-destruction?"

The answer is that government has no rights whatever in the matter, so long as these so-called vicious persons remain sane, compos mentis, capable of exercising reasonable discretion and self-control. Because, so long as they do remain sane, they must be allowed to judge and decide for themselves whether their so-called vices really are vices; whether they really are leading them to destruction; and whether, on the whole, they will go there or not.

When they shall become insane, non compos mentis, incapable of reasonable discretion or self-control, their friends or neighbors, or the government, must take care of them, and protect them from harm, and against all persons who would do them harm, in the same way as if their insanity had come upon them from any other cause than their supposed vices.

But because a man is supposed, by his neighbors, to be on the way to self-destruction from his vices, it does not, therefore, follow that he is insane, non compos mentis, incapable of reasonable discretion and self-control, within the legal meaning of those terms. Men and women may be addicted to very gross vices, and to a great many of them — such as gluttony, drunkenness, prostitution, gambling, prize fighting, tobacco chewing, smoking, and snuffing, opium eating, corset wearing, idleness, waste of property, avarice, hypocrisy, etc., etc. — and still be sane, compos mentis, capable of reasonable discretion and self-control, within the meaning of the law.

And so long as they are sane, they must be permitted to control themselves and their property, and to be their own judges as to where their vices will finally lead them. It may be hoped by the lookers-on, in each individual case, that the vicious person will see the end to which he is tending, and be induced to turn back.

But if he chooses to go on to what other men call destruction, he must be permitted to do so. And all that can be said of him, so far as this life is concerned, is that he made a great mistake in his search after happiness, and that others will do well to take warning by his fate. As to what may be his condition in another life, that is a theological question with which the law, in this world, has no more to do than it has with any other theological question, touching men's condition in a future life.

If it be asked how the question of a vicious man's sanity or insanity is to be determined, the answer is that it is to be determined by the same kinds of evidence as is the sanity or insanity of those who are called virtuous, and not otherwise. That is, by the same kinds of evidence by which the legal tribunals determine whether a man should be sent to an asylum for lunatics, or whether he is competent to make a will, or otherwise dispose of his property. Any doubt must weigh in favor of his sanity, as in all other cases, and not of his insanity.

If a person really does become insane, non compos mentis, incapable of reasonable discretion or self-control, it is then a crime on the part of other men, to give to him or sell to him the means of self-injury.[1] There are no crimes more easily punished, no cases in which juries would be more ready to convict, than those where a sane person should sell or give to an insane one any article with which the latter was likely to injure himself.

XVII

But it will be said that some men are made by their vices dangerous to other persons; that a drunkard, for example, is sometimes quarrelsome and dangerous toward his family or others. And it will be asked, "Has the law nothing to do in such a case?"

The answer is that if, either from drunkenness or any other cause, a man be really dangerous, either to his family or to other persons, not only himself may be rightfully restrained, so far as the safety of other persons requires, but all other persons — who know or have reasonable grounds to believe him dangerous — may also be restrained from selling or giving to him anything that they have reason to suppose will make him dangerous.

But because one man becomes quarrelsome and dangerous after drinking spirituous liquors, and because it is a crime to give or sell liquor to such a man, it does not follow at all that it is a crime to sell liquors to the hundreds and thousands of other persons who are not made quarrelsome or dangerous by drinking them. Before a man can be convicted of crime in selling liquor to a dangerous man, it must be shown that the particular man, to whom the liquor was sold, was dangerous; and also that the seller knew, or had reasonable grounds to suppose, that the man would be made dangerous by drinking it.

The presumption of law is, in all cases, that the sale is innocent; and the burden of proving it criminal, in any particular case, rests upon the government. And that particular case must be proved criminal, independently of all others.

Subject to these principles, there is no difficulty convicting and punishing men for the sale or gift of any article to a man, who is made dangerous to others by the use of it.

XVIII

But it is often said that some vices are nuisances (public or private), and that nuisances can be abated and punished.

It is true that anything that is really and legally a nuisance (either public or private) can be abated and punished. But it is not true that the mere private vices of one man are, in any legal sense, nuisances to another man or to the public.

No act of one person can be a nuisance to another unless it in some way obstructs or interferes with that other's safe and quiet use or enjoyment of what is rightfully his own.

Whatever obstructs a public highway is a nuisance and may be abated and punished. But a hotel where liquors are sold, a liquor store, or even a grog shop, so called, no more obstructs a public highway, than does a dry goods store, a jewelry store, or a butcher's shop.

Whatever poisons the air, or makes it either offensive or unhealthful, is a nuisance. But neither a hotel, nor a liquor store, nor a grog shop poisons the air, or makes it offensive or unhealthful to outside persons.

Whatever obstructs the light, to which a man is legally entitled, is a nuisance. But neither a hotel, nor a liquor store, nor a grog shop, obstructs anybody's light, except in cases where a church, a schoolhouse, or a dwelling house would have equally obstructed it. On this ground, therefore, the former are no more, and no less, nuisances than the latter would be.

Some persons are in the habit of saying that a liquor shop is dangerous, in the same way that gunpowder is dangerous. But there is no analogy between the two cases. Gunpowder is liable to be exploded by accident, and especially by such fires as often occur in cities. For these reasons it is dangerous to persons and property in its immediate vicinity. But liquors are not liable to be thus exploded, and therefore are not dangerous nuisances, in any such sense as is gunpowder in cities.

But it is said, again, that drinking places are frequently filled with noisy and boisterous men, who disturb the quiet of the neighborhood, and the sleep and rest of the neighbors.

This may be true occasionally, though not very frequently. But whenever, in any case, it is true, the nuisance may be abated by the punishment of the proprietor and his customers, and if need be, by shutting up the place. But an assembly of noisy drinkers is no more a nuisance than is any other noisy assembly.

A jolly or hilarious drinker disturbs the quiet of a neighborhood no more, and no less, than does a shouting religious fanatic. An assembly of noisy drinkers is no more, and no less, a nuisance than is an assembly of shouting religious fanatics. Both of them are nuisances when they disturb the rest and sleep, or quiet, of neighbors. Even a dog that is given to barking, to the disturbance of the sleep or quiet of the neighborhood, is a nuisance.

XIX

But it is said that for one person to entice another into a vice is a crime.

This is preposterous. If any particular act is simply a vice, then a man who entices another to commit it, is simply an accomplice in the vice. He evidently commits no crime, because the accomplice can certainly commit no greater offence than the principal.

Every person who is sane, compos mentis, possessed of reasonable discretion and self-control, is presumed to be mentally competent to judge for himself of all the arguments, pro and con, that may be addressed to him, to persuade him to do any particular act, provided no fraud is employed to deceive him. And if he is persuaded or induced to do the act, his act is then his own; and even though the act prove to be harmful to himself, he cannot complain that the persuasion or arguments, to which he yielded his assent, were crimes against himself.

When fraud is practiced, the case is, of course, different. If, for example, I offer a man poison, assuring him that it is a safe and wholesome drink, and he, on the faith of my assertion, swallows it, my act is a crime.

Volenti non fit injuria, is a maxim of the law. "To the willing, no injury is done." That is, no legal wrong. And every person who is sane, compos mentis, capable of exercising reasonable discretion in judging of the truth or falsehood of the representations or persuasion to which he yields his assent, is "willing," in the view of the law; and takes upon himself the entire responsibility for his acts, when no intentional fraud has been practiced upon him.

This principle, that to the willing no injury is done, has no limit, except in the case of frauds, or of persons not possessed of reasonable discretion for judging in the particular case. If a person possessed of reasonable discretion, and not deceived by fraud, consents to practice the grossest vice, and thereby brings upon himself the greatest moral, physical, or pecuniary sufferings or losses, he cannot allege that he has been legally wronged.

To illustrate this principle, take the case of rape. To have carnal knowledge of a woman, against her will, is the highest crime, next to murder, that can be committed against her. But to have carnal knowledge of her, with her consent, is no crime but, at most, a vice. And it is usually holden that a female child, of no more than ten years of age, has such reasonable discretion, that her consent, even though procured by rewards, or promises of reward, is sufficient to convert the act, which would otherwise be a high crime, into a simple act of vice.[2] (note: the age of consent in the 19th-and-early-20th century United States was either ten or twelve, depending on the state, except in Delaware, where the age of consent was only seven ! It wasn't until 1920 that age of consent was raised to either 16 or 18 except in Georgia where it was raised to 14. http://chnm.gmu.edu/cyh/primary-sources/24 )

We see the same principle in the case of prize fighters. If I but lay one of my fingers upon another man's person, against his will, no matter how lightly, and no matter how little practical injury is done, the act is a crime. But if two men agree to go out and pound each other's faces to a jelly, it is no crime, but only a vice.

Even duels have not generally been considered crimes, because each man's life is his own, and the parties agree that each may take the other's life, if he can, by the use of such weapons as are agreed upon, and in conformity with certain rules that are also mutually assented to.

And this is a correct view of the matter, unless it can be said (as it probably cannot), that "anger is a madness" that so far deprives men of their reason as to make them incapable of reasonable discretion.

Gambling is another illustration of the principle that to the willing no injury is done. If I take but a single cent of a man's property, without his consent, the act is a crime. But if two men, who are compos mentis, possessed of reasonable discretion to judge of the nature and probable results of their act, sit down together, and each voluntarily stakes his money against the money of another, on the turn of a die, and one of them loses his whole estate (however large that may be), it is no crime, but only a vice.

It is not a crime, even, to assist a person to commit suicide, if he be in possession of his reason.

It is a somewhat common idea that suicide is, of itself, conclusive evidence of insanity. But, although it may ordinarily be very strong evidence of insanity, it is by no means conclusive in all cases. Many persons, in undoubted possession of their reason, have committed suicide to escape the shame of a public exposure for their crimes, or to avoid some other great calamity. Suicide, in these cases, may not have been the highest wisdom, but it certainly was not proof of any lack of reasonable discretion.[3]

And being within the limits of reasonable discretion, it was no crime for other persons to aid it, either by furnishing the instrument or otherwise. And if, in such cases, it be no crime to aid a suicide, how absurd to say that it is a crime to aid him in some act that is really pleasurable, and which a large portion of mankind have believed to be useful?

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(Lysander Spooner's "Vices Are Not Crimes - A Vindication of Moral Liberty" - continued):


XX

But some persons are in the habit of saying that the use of spirituous liquors is the great source of crime, that "it fills our prisons with criminals," and that this is reason enough for prohibiting the sale of them.

Those who say this, if they talk seriously, talk blindly and foolishly. They evidently mean to be understood as saying that a very large percentage of all the crimes that are committed among men, are committed by persons whose criminal passions are excited, at the time, by the use of liquors, and in consequence of the use of liquors.

This idea is utterly preposterous.

In the first place, the great crimes committed in the world are mostly prompted by avarice and ambition.

The greatest of all crimes are the wars that are carried on by governments to plunder, enslave, and destroy mankind.

The next greatest crimes committed in the world are equally prompted by avarice and ambition; and are committed, not on sudden passion, but by men of calculation, who keep their heads cool and clear, and who have no thought whatever of going to prison for them.

They are committed, not so much by men who violate the laws, as by men who, either by themselves or by their instruments, make the laws — by men who have combined to usurp arbitrary power, and to maintain it by force and fraud, and whose purpose in usurping and maintaining it is by unjust and unequal legislation, to secure to themselves such advantages and monopolies as will enable them to control and extort the labor and properties of other men, and thus impoverish them, in order to minister to their own wealth and aggrandizement.[4] The robberies and wrongs thus committed by these men, in conformity with the laws — that is, their own laws — are as mountains to molehills, compared with the crimes committed by all other criminals, in violation of the laws.

But, thirdly, there are vast numbers of frauds of various kinds committed in the transactions of trade, whose perpetrators, by their coolness and sagacity, evade the operation of the laws. And it is only their cool and clear heads that enable them to do it. Men under the excitement of intoxicating drinks are little disposed, and utterly unequal, to the successful practice of these frauds. They are the most incautious, the least successful, the least efficient, and the least to be feared, of all the criminals with whom the laws have to deal.

Fourthly, the professed burglars, robbers, thieves, forgers, counterfeiters, and swindlers who prey upon society are anything but reckless drinkers. Their business is of too dangerous a character to admit of such risks as they would thus incur.

Fifthly. The crimes that can be said to be committed under the influence of intoxicating drinks are mostly assaults and batteries, not very numerous, and generally not very aggravated. Some other small crimes, as petty thefts, or other small trespasses upon property, are sometimes committed, under the influence of drink, by feebleminded persons, not generally addicted to crime. The persons who commit these two kinds of crime are but few. They cannot be said to "fill our prisons"; or, if they do, we are to be congratulated that we need so few prisons and so small prisons, to hold them.

The State of Massachusetts, for example, has a million and a half of people. How many of these are now in prison for crimes—not for the vice of intoxication, but for crimes—committed against persons or property under the instigation of strong drink? I doubt if there be one in ten thousand, that is, one hundred and fifty in all; and the crimes for which these are in prison are mostly very small ones.

And I think it will be found that these few men are generally much more to be pitied than punished, for the reason that it was their poverty and misery, rather than any passion for liquor, or for crime, that led them to drink, and thus led them to commit their crimes under the influence of drink.

The sweeping charge that drink "fills our prisons with criminals" is made, I think, only by those men who know no better than to call a drunkard a criminal; and who have no better foundation for their charge than the shameful fact that we are such a brutal and senseless people, that we condemn and punish such weak and unfortunate persons as drunkards, as if they were criminals.

The legislators who authorize, and the judges who practise, such atrocities as these, are intrinsically criminals; unless their ignorance be such --- as it probably is not --- as to excuse them. And, if they were themselves to be punished as criminals, there would be more reason in our conduct.

A police judge in Boston once told me that he was in the habit of disposing of drunkards (by sending them to prison for thirty days --- I think that was the stereotyped sentence) at the rate of one in three minutes!, and sometimes more rapidly even than that; thus condemning them as criminals, and sending them to prison, without mercy, and without inquiry into circumstances, for an infirmity that entitled them to compassion and protection, instead of punishment. The real criminals in these cases were not the men who went to prison, but the judge, and the men behind him, who sent them there.

I recommend to those persons, who are so distressed lest the prisons of Massachusetts be filled with criminals, that they employ some portion, at least, of their philanthropy in preventing our prisons being filled with persons who are not criminals. I do not remember to have heard that their sympathies have ever been very actively exercised in that direction. On the contrary, they seem to have such a passion for punishing criminals, that they care not to inquire particularly whether a candidate for punishment really be a criminal. Such a passion, let me assure them, is a much more dangerous one, and one entitled to far less charity, both morally and legally, than the passion for strong drink.

It seems to be much more consonant with the merciless character of these men to send an unfortunate man to prison for drunkenness, and thus crush, and degrade, and dishearten him, and ruin him for life, than it does for them to lift him out of the poverty and misery that caused him to become a drunkard.

It is only those persons who have either little capacity, or little disposition, to enlighten, encourage, or aid mankind, that are possessed of this violent passion for governing, commanding, and punishing them. If, instead of standing by, and giving their consent and sanction to all the laws by which the weak man is first plundered, oppressed, and disheartened, and then punished as a criminal, they would turn their attention to the duty of defending his rights and improving his condition, and of thus strengthening him, and enabling him to stand on his own feet, and withstand the temptations that surround him, they would, I think, have little need to talk about laws and prisons for either rum-sellers or rum-drinkers, or even any other class of ordinary criminals.

If, in short, these men, who are so anxious for the suppression of crime, would suspend, for a while, their calls upon the government for aid in suppressing the crimes of individuals, and would call upon the people for aid in suppressing the crimes of the government, they would show both their sincerity and good sense in a much stronger light than they do now. When the laws shall all be so just and equitable as to make it possible for all men and women to live honestly and virtuously, and to make themselves comfortable and happy, there will be much fewer occasions than now for charging them with living dishonestly and viciously.

XXI.

But it will be said, again, that the use of spirituous liquors tends to poverty and thus to make men paupers, and burdensome to the taxpayers; and that this is a sufficient reason why the sale of them should be prohibited.

There are various answers to this argument.

1. One answer is, that if the fact that the use of liquors tends to poverty and pauperism, be a sufficient reason for prohibiting the sale of them, it is equally a sufficient reason for prohibiting the use of them; for it is the use, and not the sale, that tends to poverty. The seller is, at most, merely an accomplice of the drinker. And it is a rule of law, as well as of reason, that if the principal in any act is not punishable, the accomplice cannot be.

2. A second answer to the argument is, that if government has the right, and is bound, to prohibit any one act --- that is not criminal --- merely because it is supposed to tend to poverty, then, by the same rule, it has the right, and is bound, to prohibit any and every other act --- though not criminal --- which, in the opinion of the government, tends to poverty. And, on this principle, the government would not only have the right, but would be bound, to look into every man’s private affairs and every person’s personal expenditures, and determine as to which of them did, and which of them did not, tend to poverty; and to prohibit and punish all of the former class. A man would have no right to expend a cent of his own property, according to his own pleasure or judgment, unless the legislature should be of the opinion that such expenditure would not tend to poverty.

3. A third answer to the same argument is, that if a man does bring himself to poverty, and even to beggary --- either by his virtues or his vices --- the government is under no obligation whatever to take care of him, unless it pleases to do so. It may let him perish in the street, or depend upon private charity, if it so pleases. It can carry out its own free will and discretion in the matter; for it is above all legal responsibility in such a case. It is not, necessarily, any part of a government’s duty to provide for the poor. A government --- that is, a legitimate government --- is simply a voluntary association of individuals, who unite for such purposes, and only for such purposes, as suits them. If taking care of the poor --- whether they be virtuous or vicious --- be not one of those purposes, then the government, as a government, has no more right, and is no more bound, to take care of them, than has or is a banking company, or a railroad company.

Whatever moral claims a poor man --- whether he be virtuous or vicious --- may have upon the charity of his fellow-men, he has no legal claims upon them. He must depend wholly upon their charity, if they so please. He cannot demand, as a legal right, that they either feed or clothe him. And he has no more legal or moral claims upon a government --- which is but an association of individuals --- than he has upon the same, or any other individuals, in their private capacity.

Inasmuch, then, as a poor man --- whether virtuous or vicious --- has no more or other claims, legal or moral, upon a government, for food or clothing, than he has upon private persons, a government has no more right than a private person to control or prohibit the expenditures or actions of an individual, on the ground that they tend to bring him to poverty.

Mr. A, as an individual, has clearly no right to prohibit any acts or expenditures of Mr. Z, through fear that such acts or expenditures may tend to bring him (Z) to poverty, and that he (Z) may, in consequence, at some future unknown time, come to him (A) in distress, and ask charity. And if A has no such right, as an individual, to prohibit any acts or expenditures on the part of Z, then government, which is a mere association of individuals, can have no such right.

Certainly no man, who is compos mentis, holds his right to the disposal and use of his own property, by any such worthless tenure as that which would authorize any or all of his neighbors --- whether calling themselves a government or not—to interfere, and forbid him to make any expenditures, except such as they might think would not tend to poverty, and would not tend to ever bring him to them as a supplicant for their charity.

Whether a man who is compos mentis come to poverty through his virtues or his vices, no man, nor body of men, can have any right to interfere with him, on the ground that their sympathy may some time be appealed to in his behalf; because, if it should be appealed to, they are at perfect liberty to act their own pleasure or discretion as to complying with his solicitations.

As a consequence, the poor are left, to a great extent, to depend upon private charity. In fact, they are often left to suffer sickness, and even death, because neither public nor private charity comes to their aid. How absurd, then, to say that government has a right to control a man's use of his own property, through fear that he may sometime come to poverty and ask charity.

4. Still a fourth answer to the argument is that the great and only incentive which each individual man has to labor, and to create wealth, is that he may dispose of it according to his own pleasure or discretion, and for the promotion of his own happiness, and the happiness of those whom he loves.[5]

Although a man may often, from inexperience or want of judgment, expend some portion of the products of his labor injudiciously, and so as not to promote his highest welfare, yet he learns wisdom in this, as in all other matters, by experience — by his mistakes as well as by his successes. And this is the only way in which he can learn wisdom.

When he becomes convinced that he has made one foolish expenditure, he learns thereby not to make another like it. And he must be permitted to try his own experiments, and to try them to his own satisfaction, in this as in all other matters; for otherwise he has no motive to labor, or to create wealth at all.

Any man who is a man would rather be a savage and be free, creating or procuring only such little wealth as he could control and consume from day to day, than to be a civilized man, knowing how to create and accumulate wealth indefinitely, and yet not permitted to use or dispose of it, except under the supervision, direction, and dictation of a set of meddlesome, superserviceable fools and tyrants, who, with no more knowledge than himself, and perhaps with not half so much, should assume to control him on the ground that he had not the right or the capacity to determine for himself as to what he would do with the proceeds of his own labor.

5. A fifth answer to the argument is that if it be the duty of government to watch over the expenditures of any one person — who is compos mentis and not criminal — to see what ones tend to poverty, and what do not, and to prohibit and punish the former, then, by the same rule, it is bound to watch over the expenditures of all other persons, and prohibit and punish all that, in its judgment, tend to poverty.

If such a principle were carried out impartially, the result would be that all mankind would be so occupied in watching each other's expenditures, and in testifying against, trying, and punishing such as tended to poverty, that they would have no time left to create wealth at all. Everybody capable of productive labor would either be in prison, or be acting as judge, juror, witness, or jailer.

It would be impossible to create courts enough to try, or to build prisons enough to hold, the offenders. All productive labor would cease; and the fools that were so intent on preventing poverty would not only all come to poverty, imprisonment, and starvation themselves, but would bring everybody else to poverty, imprisonment, and starvation.

6. If it be said that a man may, at least, be rightfully compelled to support his family, and, consequently, to abstain from all expenditures that, in the opinion of the government, tend to disable him to perform that duty, various answers might be given. But this one is sufficient, viz.: that no man, unless a fool or a slave, would acknowledge any family to be his, if that acknowledgment were to be made an excuse, by the government, for depriving him, either of his personal liberty, or the control of his property.

When a man is allowed his natural liberty, and the control of his property, his family is usually, almost universally, the great and paramount object of his pride and affection; and he will, not only voluntarily, but as his highest pleasure, employ his best powers of mind and body not merely to provide for them the ordinary necessaries and comforts of life but to lavish upon them all the luxuries and elegancies that his labor can procure.

A man enters into no moral or legal obligation with his wife or children to do anything for them, except what he can do consistently with his own personal freedom, and his natural right to control his own property at his own discretion.

If a government can step in and say to a man who is compos mentis and who is doing his duty to his family, as he sees his duty, and according to his best judgment, however imperfect that may be, "We (the government) suspect that you are not employing your labor to the best advantage for your family; we suspect that your expenditures, and your disposal of your property, are not so judicious as they might be, for the interest of your family; and therefore we (the government) will take you and your property under our special surveillance, and prescribe to you what you may and may not do with yourself and your property; and your family shall hereafter look to us (the government), and not to you, for support" — if a government can do this, all a man's pride, ambition, and affection, relative to this family, would be crushed so far as it would be possible for human tyranny to crush them; and he would either never have a family (whom he would publicly acknowledge to be his), or he would risk both his property and his life in overthrowing such an insulting, outrageous, and insufferable tyranny.

And any woman who would wish her husband — he being compos mentis — to submit to such an unnatural insult and wrong, is utterly undeserving of his affection, or of anything but his disgust and contempt. And he would probably very soon cause her to understand that, if she chose to rely on the government, for the support of herself and her children, rather than on him, she must rely on the government alone.

XXII

Still another and all-sufficient answer to the argument that the use of spirituous liquors tends to poverty, is that, as a general rule, it puts the effect before the cause. It assumes that it is the use of the liquors that causes the poverty, instead of its being the poverty that causes the use of the liquors.

Poverty is the natural parent of nearly all the ignorance, vice, crime, and misery there are in the world.[6] Why is it that so large a portion of the laboring people of England are drunken and vicious? Certainly not because they are by nature any worse than other men.

But it is because their extreme and hopeless poverty keeps them in ignorance and servitude, destroys their courage and self-respect, subjects them to such constant insults and wrongs, to such incessant and bitter miseries of every kind, and finally drives them to such despair, that the short respite that drink or other vice affords them is, for the time being, a relief. This is the chief cause of the drunkenness and other vices that prevail among the laboring people of England.

If those laborers of England, who are now drunken and vicious, had had the same chances and surroundings in life as the more fortunate classes have had; if they had been reared in comfortable, and happy, and virtuous homes, instead of squalid, and wretched, and vicious ones; if they had had opportunities to acquire knowledge and property, and make themselves intelligent, comfortable, happy, independent, and respected, and to secure to themselves all the intellectual, social, and domestic enjoyments which honest and justly rewarded industry could enable them to secure — if they could have had all this, instead of being born to a life of hopeless, unrewarded toil, with a certainty of death in the workhouse, they would have been as free from their present vices and weaknesses as those who reproach them now are.

It is of no use to say that drunkenness, or any other vice, only adds to their miseries; for such is human nature — the weakness of human nature, if you please — that men can endure but a certain amount of misery before their hope and courage fail and they yield to almost anything that promises present relief or mitigation — though at the cost of still greater misery in the future. To preach morality or temperance to such wretched persons, instead of relieving their sufferings, or improving their conditions, is only insulting their wretchedness.

Will those who are in the habit of attributing men's poverty to their vices, instead of their vices to their poverty — as if every poor person, or most poor persons, were specially vicious — tell us whether all the poverty within the last year and a half[7] that has been brought so suddenly — as it were in a moment — upon at least 20 millions of the people of the United States, were brought upon them as a natural consequence, either of their drunkenness or of any other of their vices? Was it their drunkenness or any other of their vices, that paralyzed, as by a stroke of lightning, all the industries by which they lived, and which had, but a few days before, been in such prosperous activity?

Was it their vices that turned the adult portion of those 20 millions out of doors without employment, compelled them to consume their little accumulations, if they had any, and then to become beggars — beggars for work, and, failing in this, beggars for bread? Was it their vices that, all at once, and without warning, filled the homes of so many of them with want, misery, sickness, and death? No. Clearly it was neither the drunkenness, nor any other vices, of these laboring people, that brought upon them all this ruin and wretchedness. And if it was not, what was it?

This is the problem that must be answered; for it is one that is repeatedly occurring and constantly before us and that cannot be put aside.

In fact, the poverty of the great body of mankind, the world over, is the great problem of the world. That such extreme and nearly universal poverty exists all over the world, and has existed through all past generations, proves that it originates in causes which the common human nature of those who suffer from it, has not hitherto been strong enough to overcome. But these sufferers are, at least, beginning to see these causes, and are becoming resolute to remove them, let it cost what it may. And those who imagine that they have nothing to do but to go on attributing the poverty of the poor to their vices, and preaching to them against their vices, will ere long wake up to find that the day for all such talk is past. And the question will then be, not what are men’s vices, but what are their rights?

NOTES

1. To give an insane man a knife, or other weapon, or thing, by which he is likely to injure himself, is a crime.

2. The statute book of Massachusetts makes ten years the age at which a female child is supposed to have discretion enough to part with virtue. But the same statute book holds that no person, man or woman, of any age, or any degree of wisdom or experience, has discretion to be trusted to buy and drink a glass of spirits, on his or her own Judgement! What an illustration of the legislative wisdom of Massachusetts!

3. Cato committed suicide to avoid falling into the hands of Caesar. Who ever suspected that he was insane? Brutus did the same. Colt committed suicide only an hour or so before he was to be hanged. He did it to avoid bringing upon his name and his family the disgrace of having it said that he was hanged. This, whether a wise act or not, was clearly an act within reasonable discretion. Does any one suppose that the person who furnished him with the necessary instrument was a criminal?

4. An illustration of this fact is found in England, whose government, for a thousand years and more, has been little or nothing else than a band of robbers, who have conspired to monopolize the land, and, as far as possible, all other wealth. These conspirators, calling themselves kings, nobles, and freeholders, have, by force and fraud, taken to themselves all civil and Military power; they keep themselves in power solely by force and fraud, and the corrupt use of their wealth; and they employ their power solely in robbing and enslaving the great body of their own people, and in plundering and enslaving other peoples. And the world has been, and now is, full of examples substantially similar. And the governments of our own country do not differ so widely from others, in this respect, as some of us imagine.

5. It is to this incentive alone that we are indebted for all the wealth that has ever been created by human labor, and accumulated for the benefit of mankind.

6. Except those great crimes, which the few, calling themselves governments, practise upon the many, by means of organized, systematic extortion and tyranny. And it is only the poverty, ignorance, and consequent weakness of the many, that enable the combined and organized few to acquire and maintain such arbitrary power over them.

7. That is, from September 1, 1873, to March 1, 1875.


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Clint Richardson's Corporation Nation Radio Show - 10 / 30 / 2013 - Guest: Deanna Spingola

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Clint Richardson's Corporation Nation Radio Show - 10 / 31 / 2013 - Co-Host Thursday with Freeman Burt.

http://corporationnationradioarchive...ow14_oct31.mp3







Clint Richardson's Corporation Nation Radio Show - 11 / 01 / 2013 - Blockbuster Show on Targeted Individuals, Tyranny, Child Trafficking, Racketeering. Illegally installed Sheriffs in 3 adjoining California Counties.

Guests: Kimberley the "Hell Cat," Freeman Burt, Jan Irvin of Gnostic Media

If this show doesn’t get your blood boiling, You don’t have any.

http://corporationnationradioarchive...how15_nov1.mp3







Clint Richardson's Corporation Nation Radio Show - 11 / 04 / 2013 - Clint’s Guest tonight: Bob Burton, Florida Deadhead Logger.

http://corporationnationradioarchive...how16_nov4.mp3


Clint Richardson's Corporation Nation Radio Show - 11 / 07 / 2013 - Clint’s Guest Tonight: Freeman Burt Co-Hosts

http://corporationnationradioarchive...how19_nov7.mp3


Clint Richardson's Corporation Nation Radio Show - 11 / 08 / 2013 - Clint’s Guest: Dave .. the No Tax Man

http://corporationnationradioarchive...how20_nov8.mp3


Clint Richardson's Corporation Nation Radio Show - 11 / 11 / 2013

http://corporationnationradioarchive...ow21_nov11.mp3

Clint tonight gives us a Genealogy Immersion Course. The Bloodlines in Media, Hollywood, Music, Politics, Royalty, Corporations.



"GENEALOGY, n. An account of one's descent from an ancestor who did not particularly care to trace his own." -- Ambrose Bierce





Clint Richardson's Corporation Nation Radio Show - 11 / 12 / 2013 - Genealogical Immersion Continues

http://corporationnationradioarchive...w22_nov12_.mp3




Clint Richardson's Corporation Nation Radio Show - 11 / 13 / 2013 - Tonight’s topics: Fake quotes, the fallacy of “rainy day funds”, and a bit more on geneology, mostly geneology of the “Hollywood” trash

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Clint Richardson's Corporation Nation Radio - 11 / 14 / 2013 - Guest: Freeman Burt

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Clint Richardson's Corporation Nation Radio Show - 11 / 18 / 2013 - Guest: John Kaminski - “Electric Universe theory” and much more.

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Clint Richardson's Corporation Nation Radio - 11 / 19 / 2013 - Tonight’s Show: A Public Reading of “The Report From Iron Mountain”


http://corporationnationradioarchive...ow27_nov19.mp3



Clint Richardson's Corporation Nation Radio Show - 11 / 20 / 2013 - Guests: Vicky Davis of http://www.chanellingreality.com/ and Bob Burton from Florida

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"My theory on that when they're going for broke is that this generation of 'them,' I call them 'born-on-third-base thought they hit a home-run,' that generation, they don't have the seasoning and the skills. They're bloodlines but they don't have the seasoning and the skills of the people who had to conceive of all this and really do the heavy lifting. These are spoiled, rotten kids that are obnoxious. They don't have what it takes. They don't have the patience that their grandparents' generation had. Now, they have the technology, but it's not just a walk in the park. These guys are very unskilled; they jump the gun, they do really stupid things. They're pretty arrogant and they can be taken out." -- Bob Burton from Florida






Clint Richardson's Corporation Nation Radio Show - 11 / 22 / 2013 - Guest: Longtime Radio Host of Truth Quest Radio – Melodee Hallett who was elected to Salida City Council in Colorado. In Hour Two, Clint goes over the CAFR for Salida City to show how, and where Your Local Government Hides the $$!

http://corporationnationradioarchive...ow30_nov22.mp3

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Clint Richardson's Corporation Nation Radio Show - 11 / 27 / 2013
Guests: Lark in Texas, Niki Raapana – Communitarianism

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http://corporationnationradioarchive...ow33_nov27.mp3


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Clint Richardson's Corporation Nation Radio Show - 12 / 02 / 2013
Show topic: May You Be the Force, or It Will be Against You!


http://corporationnationradioarchive...how35_dec2.mp3




Clint Richardson's Corporation Nation Radio Show #38 - 12 / 05 / 2013
Guest: Freeman Burt


http://corporationnationradioarchive...ow38_dec05.mp3




Clint Richardson's Corporation Nation Radio Show #39 - 12 / 06 / 2013
Topic: Is the Constitution akin to the Microsoft EULA? Callins in 2nd hour.


http://corporationnationradioarchive...ow39_dec06.mp3




Clint Richardson's Corporation Nation Radio Show #40 - 12 / 09 / 2013
Guest: Freeman Burt
Topic: In the Courts, Language is the Only Thing that Matters!


http://corporationnationradioarchive...ow40_dec09.mp3




Clint Richardson's Corporation Nation Radio Show #41 - 12 / 10 / 2013
Topic: Geo Engineering and Public Notice, It’s Not Like They Didn’t Tell us, and tell us.. and ...


http://corporationnationradioarchive...ow41_dec10.mp3


Clint Richardson's Corporation Nation Radio Show #42 - 12 / 11 / 2013
Guest: Freeman Burt; Topic: How to Present Your Case in Court


http://corporationnationradioarchive...ow42_dec11.mp3


Clint Richardson's Corporation Nation Radio Show #43 - 12 / 12 / 2013
Topic: Living with the Stockholm Syndrome


http://corporationnationradioarchive...ow43_dec12.mp3




Clint Richardson's Corporation Nation Radio Show #44 - 12 / 13 / 2013
Guest: Marc Stevens ; Topic: "Bringing About A Voluntary Society One Visitor At A Time"


http://corporationnationradioarchive...ow44_dec13.mp3

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Clint Richardson's Corporation Nation Radio Show #45 - 12 / 16 / 2013
Guest: Hal Anthony


http://corporationnationradioarchive...ow45_dec16.mp3

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Clint Richardson's Corporation Nation Radio Show #46 - 12 / 17 / 2013
Guest: Hal Anthony


http://corporationnationradioarchive...ow46_dec17.mp3

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http://www.reallibertymedia.com/show...-the-woodshed/




Clint Richardson's Corporation Nation Radio Show #47 - 12 / 18 / 2013
Topic: The Lieber Code http://www.civilwarhome.com/liebercode.htm


http://corporationnationradioarchive...ow47_dec18.mp3

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Clint Richardson on "The Deepest Buttcrack of Satan Himself" :

"It continually amazes me just how the open-air prison colonies of the United States of America, what we fallaciously call the 50 states of the Union, controlled, of course, by the central corporation called the United States, has duped the people of said colonies to support their own enslavement, financially and otherwise. Do you realize that today, we still use the phrase 'It's a free country?' We passionately strut our peacockian feathers about our 'free and open' election system, despite being one of the minority of democratic nations that does not have a direct election of the president by the people? Just a pomp and circumstance media ceremony that makes pretend each four years? Spending billions and billions and billions of taxpayers money? That's our free country? Why, for godsakes, in this free country, do we then pay for the police officers who beat us up? Is it because we love our servitude as Huxley stated? Do we love coercion, extortion, exaction and theft? Do we seek remedy in courts run by a private, non-govermental international bar association that makes its own rules, pulls its own ethics from the deepest buttcrack of Satan himself? We vote for new rulers each election pretending that the next will be less tyrannical than the previous? The system's already there; why do we vote for new rulers?

We obey laws that are completely against our self-interest and to that of our friends, family and neighbors. We allow the state to take control of our marriage and take our children by force. We relish in the life-destroying abuse of complete strangers in the media and its re-imagining of reality on 'reality-TV,' both foreign and domestic. And thank god it is not us on that magic screen with some unholy pride and lack of empathy that is anything but Christian. We watch as our character and dignity as individual races of men, white, black, you name it, and all the colors in-between, gets completely demolished by a completely Zionist media and its 'reality' television, according to the very blueprints and plans long ago assembled by the same group and known to those who care to read them. History now is being re-written almost as soon as it happens through print and visual media. This dystopian future is being foretold and disclosed at alarming rates and with incredible disclosure, to reveal a prison state of technology mixed with all of the information possible that can be collected. Dishwashers and ovens now report through RFID pings to smart-meters weighing how long each appliance is utilized by humans in their own homes, while every keystroke is recorded and every move filmed by the modern Big Brother! And our Police have been usurped and promoted to US peacekeeping forces, now with armored vehicles, microwave guns, lasers and a whole host of holy horrors in a procession of uniformed men of no honor and empathy. And we pay for this control grid willingly with our own taxes on our own labor.

We watch as corporations suck the taxpayer base dry only to use that investment wealth to become government -- to BECOME government, to purchase public infrastructure and privatize all of our lives in conjunction with the U.S. Department of Defense, including the 'Common Core' takeover of our children and school structure. But make no mistake, for all this is still and always has been the Department of War! And since the two 'great' World Wars it has been the undeclared war and illegal occupation funding the President's whims, bombing and militarily defeating dozens of countries around the world.

I want to read from a Veterans website. What does the Veterans' website tell us? It has a description of our current military's disposition around the world today. It says this (and remember we're supposed to be 'at peace'):

'The historical Byzantine, Ottoman, Roman and British empires relied heavily on foreign military bases during their peaks of power. After WWII, the United States created the most extensive network of military bases ever, allowing for the deployment of air and naval forces in moments. No military in the history of world has been more widely deployed as that of the United States. Currently the United States has military personnel deployed in about 150 countries, this covers 75% of the world's nations. The United States employs around 81,400 local foreigners around the world, under its listed military, land and assets. The Department of Defense notes that the DOD owns more than 600,000 individual buildings and structures at more than 6000 locations around the globe on more than 30 million acres of land.'

Average military age? You can be anywhere from 17 to 62 years old.

Available people for military service? 73,270,043 males aged 18 to 49; also 71, 941, 969 females age 18 to 49 -- so over 145 million people are available to military service."


from this audio here:

http://corporationnationradioarchive...ow45_dec16.mp3




Clint Richardson's Corporation Nation Radio Show #48 - 12 / 19 / 2013
Guest: Freeman Burt


http://corporationnationradioarchive...ow48_dec19.mp3

http://www.onlyfreemen.com/




Clint Richardson's Corporation Nation Radio Show #49 - 12 / 20 / 2013
The Amazing Healing Powers of Resonant Frequency, the Story of Royal Rife, Tibetan Bowls. Clint’s Guest.. Mural Artist Extraordinaire Chad Davis


http://corporationnationradioarchive...december20.mp3





Clint Richardson's Corporation Nation Radio Show - 12 / 23 / 2013
Clint on Vacation; Lark from Texas Guest-Hosts with Bruce G. McCarthy.


http://corporationnationradioarchive...ion_xmas23.mp3

http://larkintexas.blogspot.com/

http://www.amazon.com/LAWFUL-MONEY-P.../dp/B00DWQVOLI




Clint Richardson's Corporation Nation Radio Show - 12 / 26 / 2013
Clint on Vacation; Freeman Burt Guest Hosts with Many Callers


http://corporationnationradioarchive...26_freeman.mp3

http://www.onlyfreemen.com/




Clint Richardson's Corporation Nation Radio Show #50 - 12 / 27 / 2013
Clint’s Guest tonight: Jan Irvin of Gnostic Media.. The Story Behind the Rituals of Christmas


http://corporationnationradioarchive...tmas_dec27.mp3

http://www.gnosticmedia.com/truther-...iew-jan-irvin/




Clint Richardson's Corporation Nation Radio Show - 12 / 30 / 2013
Clint on Vacation; Deanna Spingola Guest Hosts - Guest: Veronica Clark


http://corporationnationradioarchive...xmas_dec30.mp3



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"With reverence the wise pierce the veil and with clearer vision contemplate the reality; but the ignorant, unable to distinguish between the false and the true, behold a universe of symbols. It may well be said of Nature--the Great Mother--that she is ever tracing strange characters upon the surface of things, but only to her eldest and wisest sons as a reward for their faith and devotion does she reveal the cryptic alphabet which is the key to the import of these tracings." ~ Manly P. Hall, "The Secret Teachings Of All Ages"



"O, what a world of unseen visions and heard silences, this insubstantial country of the mind!

What ineffable essences, these touchless rememberings and unshowable reveries!

And the privacy of it all! A secret theater of speechless monologue and prevenient counsel, an invisible mansion of all moods, musings, and mysteries, an infinite resort of disappointments and discoveries.

A whole kingdom where each of us reigns reclusively alone, questioning what we will, commanding what we can.

A hidden hermitage where we may study out the troubled book of what we have done and yet may do.

An introcosm that is more myself than anything I can find in a mirror.

This consciousness that is myself of selves, that is everything, and yet is nothing at all -- what is it?

And where did it come from? And why?"

~ Julian Jaynes



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Clint Richardson's Corporation Nation Radio Show - 01 / 02 / 2014 - Clint on vacation; Freeman Burt hosts the show

http://corporationnationradioarchive...ow14_oct31.mp3

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Clint Richardson's Corporation Nation Radio Show # 51 - 01 / 06 / 2014 - Clint back at the helm - Call-in show

http://corporationnationradioarchive...how51_jan6.mp3



Clint Richardson's Corporation Nation Radio Show # 52 - 01 / 07 / 2014 - Clint tonight takes us on a Journey through the “Real Constitution”… as set up by Lawyers!


http://corporationnationradioarchive...ow52_jan07.mp3



Clint Richardson's Corporation Nation Radio Show # 53 - 01 / 08 / 2014

Clint explains why “Ending the Fed” is a smokescreen, and takes calls in the 2nd hour


http://corporationnationradioarchive...how53_jan8.mp3






Clint Richardson's Corporation Nation Radio Show # 54 - 01 / 09 / 2014

Journeys into Legal Language with regular co-host Freeman Burt


http://corporationnationradioarchive..._january9l.mp3



Clint Richardson's Corporation Nation Radio Show # 55 - 01 / 10 / 2014

Clint’s Guest: Karen Quinn Tostado from http://www.unitedwestrike.com/


http://corporationnationradioarchive...ow55_jan10.mp3



Clint Richardson's Corporation Nation Radio Show # 56 - 01 / 13 / 2014
Clint’s guest: Lorraine Day, M.D -- Natural, Alternative Therapies for all Diseases, including Cancer and AIDS


http://corporationnationradioarchive...ow56_jan13.mp3

http://drday.com/


Clint Richardson's Corporation Nation Radio Show # 57 - 01 / 14 / 2014

Clint is joined by Bo Knows Entertainment


http://corporationnationradioarchive...ow57_nov14.mp3

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCey...wXbAnHec2XQRwg

http://www.chooseyourside.org/




Clint Richardson's Corporation Nation Radio Show # 58 - 01 / 15 / 2014

Clint's Guest: Bo Knows Entertainment


http://corporationnationradioarchive...ow58_jan15.mp3

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCey...wXbAnHec2XQRwg

http://www.chooseyourside.org/


Clint Richardson's Corporation Nation Radio Show # 59 - 01 / 16 / 2014

Clint’s guest tonight, regular Thursday Co-Host Freeman Burt.


http://corporationnationradioarchive...ow59_jan16.mp3

www.onlyfreemen.com




Clint Richardson's Corporation Nation Radio Show # 60 - 01 / 17 / 2014 -- Clint’s guest tonight, Freeman Burt

http://corporationnationradioarchive...ow60_jan17.mp3



Clint Richardson's Corporation Nation Radio Show # 61 - 01 / 20 / 2014 -- Clint’s Clint begins CAFR School. Find out Who Owns Everything…

http://corporationnationradioarchive...w61f_jan20.mp3

http://realitybloger.wordpress.com/2...-nation-radio/



Clint Richardson's Corporation Nation Radio Show # 62 - 01 / 21 / 2014 -- Cafr School Continues.…

http://corporationnationradioarchive...ow62_jan21.mp3

http://realitybloger.wordpress.com/2...-nation-radio/




Clint Richardson's Corporation Nation Radio Show # 63 - 01 / 22 / 2014 -- The 3rd and (almost) Final Night of CAFR School.. Solutions

http://corporationnationradioarchive...ow63_jan22.mp3

http://realitybloger.wordpress.com/2...-nation-radio/





Clint Richardson's Corporation Nation Radio Show # 64 - 01 / 23 / 2014 -- Guest: Freeman Burt

http://corporationnationradioarchive...ow64_jan23.mp3

www.onlyfreemen.com




Clint Richardson's Corporation Nation Radio Show # 65 - 01 / 24 / 2014 -- Final Show of CAFR School.. Clint takes your calls the entire show.

http://corporationnationradioarchive...ow65_jan24.mp3

http://realitybloger.wordpress.com/2...-nation-radio/






Clint Richardson's Corporation Nation Radio Show # 66 - 01 / 27 / 2014 -- Clint’s Guest Tonight: Ingri Casell Vaccine Information Pioneer

http://corporationnationradioarchive...ow66_jan27.mp3

http://www.vaclib.org






Clint Richardson's Corporation Nation Radio Show # 67 - 01 / 28 / 2014 -- Clint reviews the Federal Reserve Banks CAFR! Yes Virginia there is an Audit of the FED.. Always Has Been… it’s the LAW! Ron Paul just may have been pulling your chain
http://corporationnationradioarchive...67_jan28lq.mp3



Clint Richardson's Corporation Nation Radio Show # 68 - 01 / 29 / 2014 -- Call in show in response to the previous night's Fed Reality Show.
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Clint Richardson's Corporation Nation Radio Show # 69 - 01 / 30 / 2014 -- Guest: Freeman Burt - Do you want to be a Person, or a Citizen.. You can’t be both!

Hour 1:

http://corporationnationradioarchive...69_jan30h1.mp3

Hour 2:

http://corporationnationradioarchive...69_jan30h2.mp3

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Clint Richardson's Corporation Nation Radio Show # 70 - 01 / 31 / 2014 -- Guest: Patrick Jordan, author, ( http://www.vaccinefraud.com/ ) - Prion Insanity (No it’s not a Toyota Car model”

http://corporationnationradioarchive...70_jan31hq.mp3





Clint Richardson's Corporation Nation Radio Show # 71 - 02 / 03 / 2014 -- Guest: Freeman Burt - Clint & Burt discuss what you give up to register as a voter, and what are grand juries?

http://corporationnationradioarchive...how71_feb3.mp3

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Clint Richardson's Corporation Nation Radio Show # 72 - 02 / 04 / 2014 -- Guest: Dr. A True Ott - The first of 3 nights with Dr. A. True Ott.
Legendary Researcher, Radio Host.


http://corporationnationradioarchive...ow72_feb04.mp3

www.atrueott.com


Clint Richardson's Corporation Nation Radio Show # 73 - 02 / 05 / 2014 -- Guest: Dr. A True Ott
The 2nd of 3 nights with Dr. A. True Ott - Tonight’s Show focuses on Health and Healing.


http://corporationnationradioarchive...how73_feb5.mp3

http://www.atrueott.com/

http://www.meminerals.com





Clint Richardson's Corporation Nation Radio Show # 74 - 02 / 06 / 2014 -- Clint’s Guest tonight, for the first 40 minutes is Dr. A. True Ott. Clint takes calls later

Hour 1

http://corporationnationradioarchive...74h1_feb06.mp3

Hour 2

http://corporationnationradioarchive...74h2_feb06.mp3





Clint Richardson's Corporation Nation Radio Show # 75 -- 02 / 07 / 2014 -- Clint's Guest Tonight: Sherry Edwards

Hour 1 http://corporationnationradioarchive...75h1_feb07.mp3

Hour 2 http://corporationnationradioarchive...75h2_feb07.mp3

http://www.soundhealthoptions.com/

http://sharryedwards.com/about.html





Clint Richardson's Corporation Nation Radio Show # 76 -- 02 / 10 / 2014 -- Clint's Guest Tonight: Dr. Lorraine Day

Hour 1

http://corporationnationradioarchive...76h1_feb10.mp3

Hour 2

http://corporationnationradioarchive...76h2_feb10.mp3

http://www.drday.com/




Clint Richardson's Corporation Nation Radio Show # 77 -- 02 / 11 / 2014 -- Clint’s Guest Tonight: Ellen Brown (author of “Web of Debt”, candidate for California Treasurer

http://corporationnationradioarchive...feb11hqre1.mp3

http://ellenbrown.com/





Clint Richardson's Corporation Nation Radio Show # 78 -- 02 / 12 / 2014 -- Clint’s Guest Tonight: Patrick Jordan http://vaccinefraud.com/
An in depth look at Prions, Designer Diseases, and a “real” therapy for killing Prions.

http://corporationnationradioarchive...ow78_feb12.mp3




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Clint Richardson's Corporation Nation Radio Show # 79 -- 02 / 13 / 2014 -- Guests: Freeman Burt and Hal Anthony


http://corporationnationradioarchive...79hq_feb13.mp3

http://www.reallibertymedia.com/show...-the-woodshed/

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Clint Richardson's Corporation Nation Radio Show # 81 -- 02 / 17 / 2014 -- Guest: Eduardo Rivera of Organic Laws Institute


http://corporationnationradioarchive...ow81_feb17.mp3

http://organiclaws.org/






Clint Richardson's Corporation Nation Radio Show # 82 -- 02 / 18 / 2014 -- Cliff Rants tonight on solutions to our dilemma.. “We chose to be Citizens.” How we have been in a State of Emergency since 1933. Without the Military, our Government would be completely Impotent!

http://corporationnationradioarchive...ow82_feb18.mp3



Clint Richardson's Corporation Nation Radio Show # 83 -- 02 / 19 / 2014 - Guest: Vinny Easwood

http://corporationnationradioarchive...20140219hq.mp3

http://www.thevinnyeastwoodshow.com/



Clint Richardson's Corporation Nation Radio Show # 84 -- 02 / 20 / 2014 - Guest: Freeman Burt

http://corporationnationradioarchive...ow88_feb20.mp3



Clint Richardson's Corporation Nation Radio Show # 89 -- 02 / 27 / 2014 - Guest: Freeman Burt

http://corporationnationradioarchive...ow89_feb27.mp3

http://www.onlyfreemen.com/



Clint Richardson's Corporation Nation Radio Show # 94 -- 03 / 06 / 2014 - Guest: Freeman Burt fills in for Clint

http://corporationnationradioarchive...w94_march6.mp3

http://www.onlyfreemen.com/






Clint Richardson's Corporation Nation Radio Show # 95 -- 03 / 07 / 2014 - Clint goes Solo Tonight, takes calls and a Rant!

http://corporationnationradioarchive...w95_march7.mp3






Clint Richardson's Corporation Nation Radio Show # 96 -- 03 / 10 / 2014 - Solo Clint

http://corporationnationradioarchive...96_march10.mp3






Clint Richardson's Corporation Nation Radio Show # 97 -- 03 / 11 / 2014 - “Don’t Boycott Me Bro!” – Then Clint takes Calls

http://corporationnationradioarchive...97_march11.mp3






Clint Richardson's Corporation Nation Radio Show # 99 -- 03 / 13 / 2014 - Guest: Freeman Burt

http://corporationnationradioarchive...99_march13.mp3






Clint Richardson's Corporation Nation Radio Show # 100 -- 03 / 14 / 2014 - Clint shows us how we are under Military Rule and have been since the Civil War in the first hour. 2nd Hour .. Guest: Karen Quinn Tostado - Why You Should Not Buy NESTLE Products!


http://corporationnationradioarchive...00_march14.mp3

http://www.unitedwestrike.com/






Clint Richardson's Corporation Nation Radio Show # 102 -- 03 / 18 / 2014 - Clint continues last Friday’s discussion of the Lieber Code


http://corporationnationradioarchive...02_march18.mp3





Clint Richardson's Corporation Nation Radio Show # 104 -- 03 / 20 / 2014 - Guest: Freeman Burt - Some initial topics discussed: The Natural Rectums you didn’t know you had, Rectum Regina.. and the Secret Life of Prions.

http://corporationnationradioarchive...04_march20.mp3







Clint Richardson's Corporation Nation Radio Show # 105 -- 03 / 21 / 2014 - Solo Clint on the “Law of the See”, Prions and much more!


http://corporationnationradioarchive...05_march21.mp3






More commercial-free shows archived here:

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"It's a thin line between a healthy skepticism on the one hand and a despairing cynicism on the other." ~ Mark Weber

Rise like Lions after slumber
In unvanquishable number
Shake your chains
to earth like dew
Which in sleep
had fallen on you
Ye are many
they are few.

Percy Bysshe Shelley 1792-1822



"Certainly the Protocols are a forgery, and that is the one proof we have of their authenticity. The Jews have worked with forged documents for the past 24 hundred years, namely ever since they have had any documents whatsoever." - Ezra Pound

“The trick is simple. Whenever the Rothschild and other gents in the gold business have gold to sell, they raise the price. The public is fooled by propagandizing the devaluation of the dollar, or other monetary unit according to the country chosen to be victimized. The argument is that the high price of the monetary unit is injurious to the nation’s commerce.
But when the nation, that is, the people of that nation own the gold and the financiers own the dollars or other monetary units, the gold standard is restored. This raises the value of the dollar and the citizens of ‘rich’ nations, as well as citizens of other nations, are diddled.”~ Ezra Pound



"You know what these countries face when they become, all of a sudden, a rogue nation, and are painted and defamed by the Zionist-Jewish press, over and over again until the sheep begin to believe it? What they do is attack and destroy these countries, utterly bankrupt them and then say 'here comes the IMF, the World Bank to the rescue,' and they are mortgaged for the next 30, 40, 50 years. And what do they use as security and collateral for the loans in billions and billions of dollars they get? They put up their natural resources. That's how it's done." ~ Jeff Rense


"It's easier to fool people than to convince them they have been fooled." -- Mark Twain
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Clint Richardson's Corporation Nation Radio Show # 110 -- 03 / 31 / 2014 - Guest: Lark from Texas - Noahide Laws passed in 1990, among other topics

http://corporationnationradioarchive...10_march31.mp3



Clint Richardson's Corporation Nation Radio Show # 111 -- 04 / 01 / 2014 - Guest: Will from http://bodyelectrician.com/

http://corporationnationradioarchive...1_april1h1.mp3

http://corporationnationradioarchive...1_april1h2.mp3





Clint Richardson's Corporation Nation Radio Show # 112 -- 04 / 02 / 2014 -


http://corporationnationradioarchive...12_april02.mp3




Clint Richardson's Corporation Nation Radio Show # 113 -- 04 / 03 / 2014 - Guest: Freeman Burt of http://www.onlyfreemen.com/


http://corporationnationradioarchive...13_april03.mp3





Clint Richardson's Corporation Nation Radio Show # 114 -- 04 / 04 / 2014 - A course in law 101


http://corporationnationradioarchive...14_april04.mp3




Clint Richardson's Corporation Nation Radio Show # 115 -- 04 / 07 / 2014 - Clint describes his own Personal Rights of Independence


http://corporationnationradioarchive...15_april07.mp3







Clint Richardson's Corporation Nation Radio Show # 116 -- 04 / 08 / 2014 - Call In Show Tonight


http://corporationnationradioarchive...16_april08.mp3





Clint Richardson's Corporation Nation Radio Show # 118 -- 04 / 10 / 2014 - Guest: Freeman Burt of http://www.onlyfreemen.com/


http://corporationnationradioarchive...18_april10.mp3





Clint Richardson's Corporation Nation Radio Show # 119 -- 04 / 11 / 2014 - Clint 'Shares on Eduction' tonight & continuing next week


http://corporationnationradioarchive...19_april11.mp3

Congress has declared today: April 11, 2014 is – Education & Sharing Day… This Nation is not bound by the 10 Commandments but by the 7 Laws of Noah!

The U.S. Congress officially recognized the Seven Universal Laws of Noah in legislation which was passed by both houses. Congress and the President of the United States, George Bush, indicated in Public Law 102-14, 102nd Congress, that the United States of America was founded upon the Seven Universal Laws of Noah, and that these Laws have been the bedrock of society from the dawn of civilization. They also acknowledged that the Seven Laws of Noah are the foundation upon which civilization stands and that recent weakening of these principles threaten the fabric of civilized society, and that justified preoccupation in educating the Citizens of the United States of America and future generations is needed.




Clint Richardson's Corporation Nation Radio Show # 120 -- 04 / 14 / 2014 - Clint explains the “Real” Law behind the Bureau of Land Standoff in Nevada.
Dispelling many more Patriot Myths!


http://corporationnationradioarchive...20_april14.mp3






Clint Richardson's Corporation Nation Radio Show # 121 -- 04 / 15 / 2014 - Clint continues his examination of the Protocols of the Learned Elders of Zion


http://corporationnationradioarchive...21_april15.mp3



Clint Richardson's Corporation Nation Radio Show # 123 -- 04 / 17 / 2014 - Guest: Freeman Burt of http://www.onlyfreemen.com/


http://corporationnationradioarchive...23_april17.mp3




Clint Richardson's Corporation Nation Radio Show # 125 -- 04 / 21 / 2014 - Guest: Eileen Dannemann from http://vaccineliberationarmy.com/


http://corporationnationradioarchive...25_april21.mp3




Clint Richardson's Corporation Nation Radio Show # 126 -- 04 / 22 / 2014 - Guest: Dave Hodges of http://thecommonsenseshow.com/ - Clint & Dave dispel another Patriot Myth… Why the 2nd Amendment has been rendered obsolete by Darpa and Super Weapons.


http://corporationnationradioarchive...26_april22.mp3




Clint Richardson's Corporation Nation Radio Show # 128 -- 04 / 24 / 2014 - Guest: Freeman Burt of http://www.onlyfreemen.com/ - Greg, one of the persons who Burt has aided with legal knowledge tells his story: – about being assaulted by the Police!!


http://corporationnationradioarchive...28_april24.mp3






Clint Richardson's Corporation Nation Radio Show # 129 -- 04 / 25 / 2014 - Guest: Melodee Hallett, City Councillor from Salida Colorado


http://corporationnationradioarchive...29_april25.mp3



Clint Richardson's Corporation Nation Radio Show # 130 -- 04 / 28 / 2014 - Clint examines the Constitutions of every State, and the Enabling Acts! Who are the People.. that are protected by the Constitutions and Bills of Rights? Citizens have no Natural Rights.. the only thing you have is Equality!!


http://corporationnationradioarchive...30_april28.mp3





Clint Richardson's Corporation Nation Radio Show # 131 -- 04 / 29 / 2014 - Guest: Jack Shannon of http://www.jakeshannon.com/ - Topic: NLP & Magick


http://corporationnationradioarchive...31_april29.mp3






Clint Richardson's Corporation Nation Radio Show # 133 -- 05 / 01 / 2014 - Guest: Freeman Burt of http://www.onlyfreemen.com/


http://corporationnationradioarchive...ow133_may1.mp3





Clint Richardson's Corporation Nation Radio Show # 134 -- 05 / 02 / 2014 -- Clint takes calls tonight, a myriad of topics ensue: Geo-Engineering.. If it doesn’t exist? Why do many of North America’s most prestigious halls of learning offer courses in: GEO ENGINEERING….. I’m sure Joe Rogan and Lee Camp would say these courses are science fiction!


http://corporationnationradioarchive...w134_may02.mp3




Clint Richardson's Corporation Nation Radio Show # 135 -- 05 / 05 / 2014 - Clint goes Solo tonight, topics: The end of Natural Man, How we can all be re-manufactured and owned with zero natural rights. The real History of $$!!

http://corporationnationradioarchive...w135_may05.mp3



Clint Richardson's Corporation Nation Radio Show # 136 -- 05 / 06 / 2014 - Special Show Tonight with Walter Burien.. Mr. CAFR Himself. Walter Burien joins Clint tonight to discuss the Stock Market and Derivatives. A real trip through Financial Disneyland!!

http://corporationnationradioarchive...w136_may06.mp3



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Clint Richardson's Corporation Nation Show - 10 / 14 / 2013 - The show’s “Mission Statement”

http://corporationnationradioarchive...how1_oct14.mp3

Clint Richardson's Corporation Nation Show - 10 / 15 / 2013 - Clint and guest Jan Irvin of Gnostic Media discuss Logic, Grammar, Rhetoric and why if you thought it was cool to be a Hippie and “stick it to the man”.. you're quite the sucker because there is plenty of evidence Hippies and most of the counter-culture movements of the 1960's were designed by the CIA!

http://k007.kiwi6.com/hotlink/o6qtp5..._Jan_Irvin.mp3



Clint Richardson's Corporation Nation Show - 10 / 16 / 2013 - Guest: Vicky Davis of www.channelingreality.com

http://corporationnationradioarchive...how3_oct16.mp3


Clint Richardson's Corporation Nation Show - 10 / 17 / 2013 - Guest: Freeman Burt of http://onlyfreemen.wordpress.com/

http://corporationnationradioarchive...how4_oct17.mp3

Clint Richardson's Corporation Nation Show - 10 / 22 / 2013 - Core Curriculum, its Anti-Trivium aims, how it literally creates monsters out of children and who designed it.

http://corporationnationradioarchive...how7_oct22.mp3

http://www.triviumeducation.com/



Clint Richardson's Corporation Nation Show - 10 / 23 / 2013 - Guest: Walter Burien

http://corporationnationradioarchive...how8_oct23.mp3

http://www.cafr1.com/

Clint Richardson's Corporation Nation Show - 10 / 24 / 2013 - Guest: Freeman Burt of http://onlyfreemen.wordpress.com/

http://corporationnationradioarchive...how9_oct24.mp3

Clint Richardson's Corporation Nation Show - 10 / 28 / 2013 - The Government Surveillance Net, Private Sheriff’s Associations, and Listener Calls.

http://corporationnationradioarchive...ow11_oct28.mp3

Clint Richardson's Corporation Nation Show - 10 / 29 / 2013
how all the planks of the Communist Manifesto are now law in America + call ins in the 2nd hour.

http://corporationnationradioarchive...ow12_oct29.mp3

More shows archived here:

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Bankster-funded Internationalist Communism / Marxist Socialism vs. Bankster-funded Internationalist Mercantile Predatory Capitalism (as shown in this old magazine cover above; wrongly called "Fascism" in order to mislead people from investigating the true history and origins of Fascism) = The False Dialectic = Both created and ruled by the same people

Anti-Usury Jeffersonian Classical Liberalism / Lysander Spooner Libertarian-Anarchism + National Socialism / Fascism vs. Usurocracy-funded Marxist Communism, Marxist Socialism + Mercantile Capitalism = the True Dialectic

A system that is anti-usury is by its nature automatically mostly within the win-win dialectic of civilization and based on the non-aggression principle (even if plenty of SELF-DEFENSE aggression may be necessary to defend it) since it is AGAINST the most massive source of aggression and fraud, the most LOSING of all win-lose dialectic arrangements for the vast majority of populations and the most WINNING for a few powerful elites: USURY.

Therefore, Nationalistic anti-usury movements such as Chavez, Gadaffi, Assad and Golden Dawn in Greece, although in some ways far from "perfect," are AT LEAST ON THE RIGHT PATH and moving in the right direction, and forcefully defending against the UBER-fraud / Ultimate Injustice at the root of all injustices: USURY

"Thus, to comprise all my meaning in a single proposition, the dissimilarities and inequalities of men gave rise to the notion of honor; that notion is weakened in proportion as these differences are obliterated, and with them it would disappear." ~ Alexis de Tocqueville - from Democracy in America - Chapter XVIII: "Of Honor in the United States and in Democratic Communities "

The principle of private property and the freedom of choice implied in it and in the very creation of it presupposes and protects the natural inequality of results which rewards your honour

"Although men possess unequal powers, they nonetheless possess equal rights. Rights are not based on powers : because of the moral nature of justice, they are based on the fact that in each man the same will to live appears at the same stage of its objectivization. Yet this is valid only in respect of original and abstract rights, which man possesses as man. The property, likewise the honour which each man has acquired by means of his powers are in accordance with the measure and the nature of these powers and then extend to the sphere of his rights: it is here that equality therefore ceases. He who is better endowed or more active in this respect extends through his greater acquisitions, not his rights, but only the number of things to which they extend." ~ Arthur Schopenhauer

A very simple example:

On your private property, your whims reign. You can walk around butt-naked in your own house but you do not walk around naked in your backyard in full view of your neighbors. Why ? Not because you would be "physically aggressing against them," you wouldn't be, but because people function within self-regulating hierarchical societal structures based on authority and symbols of authority, the rules of which they have internalized since they were children.

"Just as we internalize grammatical rules, and can thus both understand and produce new sentences, so we internalize axiomatic rules of social life which enable us to fulfill social requirements in novel situations." -- Stanley Milgram, Obedience to Authority

Therefore, you know that if you went buttnaked to your backyard in full view of your neighbors and took a dump under a tree like a dog, this action, despite not physically aggressing against your neighbors, would offend their internalized rules of propriety for a situation of neighborly relations to such a degree that they would probably never want to talk to you or have anything to do with you again. Now, your dog may do this every day and your neighbors would have nothing against your dog because the rules of honorable conduct with regard to dogs are different. A dog would be stepping over the line if it took a dump in the neighbor's backyard, in which case it would be YOUR responsibility to discipline your pooch. In neither of these cases of so-called "degeneracy" would the STATE have to step in. The unwritten rules of conduct in that situation (which would be somewhat different in a nudist camp) regulate it far more effectively.

Outside the house each private establishement has its own written rules and "We reserve the right to refuse service to anyone for any reason" would reign supreme. When the state steps in and tells you you are not allowed to refuse service on your own property for this or that reason, then you have no private property and therefore no real rights or freedom of choice, only the freedom to choose what the state allows you.

No Shirt, No Shoes, No Dice

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k2NaHBVVYzY

"I have shown in my chief work (Volume II, chapter 47) that the STATE is essentially no more than an institution for the protection of the whole against attacks from without and the protection of its individual members from attacks by one another. It follows that the necessity for the state ultimately depends on the acknowledged INJUSTICE of the human race: without this no one would ever have thought of the state, since no one would have needed to fear any encroachment on his rights, and a mere union against the attacks of wild animals or the elements would bear only a very slight similarity to a state. From this point of view it is easy to see the ignorance and triviality of those philosophasters who, in pompous phrases, represent the state as the supreme goal and greatest achievement of mankind and thereby achieve an apotheosis of philistinism." ~ Arthur Schopenhauer

Let's repeat that last sentence for emphasis:

"From this point of view it is easy to see the ignorance and triviality of those philosophasters who, in pompous phrases, represent the state as the supreme goal and greatest achievement of mankind and thereby achieve an apotheosis of philistinism."

and Hitler's version of it:

“The authority of the State can never be an end in itself; for, if that were so, any kind of tyranny would be inviolable and sacred. If a government uses the instruments of power in its hands for the purpose of leading a people to ruin, then rebellion is not only the right but also the duty of every individual citizen.” ~Adolf Hitler, Mein Kampf

"Rightful liberty is unobstructed action according to our will within limits drawn around us by the equal rights of others. I do not add 'within the limits of the law', because law is often but the tyrant's will, and always so when it violates the rights of the individual." "No man has a natural right to commit aggression on the equal rights of another, and this is all from which the laws ought to restrain him." -- Thomas Jefferson to Francis Gilmer, 1816

So, as you can clearly see, all these European philosophies are all rooted from the same sources, more-or-less aligned together in their essentials and going in the same direction in opposition to Jewish Marxist / Communistic philosophies.

Note: the fact that Schopenhauer did not advocate equal rights for women merely shows that he was a man of his time. In Hitler's Germany, both their greatest filmmaker, Leni Riefenstahl, and one of their greatest aviators, Hanna Reistch, was a woman.

"The question of the sovereignty of the people amounts at bottom to the question whether anyone could have the natural right to rule a people agianst its will. I cannot see how that question could be answered affirmatively. It is therefore a fact that the people is sovereign: but this sovereignty never comes of age and therefore has to remain under the permanent care of a guardian: it can never exercise its rights itself without giving rise to limitless dangers, especially as, like all minors, it is easily fooled by cunning imposters, who are therefore called demagogues.

Voltaire says: 'Le premier qui fut roi fut un soldat heureux.' All princes were no doubt in fact originally victorious commanders, and for a long time ruled as such. Having acquired standing armies, they regarded the people as a means of feeding themselves and their soldiers, that is to say as a herd which one looks after so that it may provide wool, milk and meat. This is based on the fact that, by nature and from the first, it is not justice which rules on earth but force; force has the advantage of the primus occupans, which is why it can never be annuled or really abolished from the world: it must always be appealed to, and the most that one can hope for is that it will stand on the side of justice." ~ Arthur Schopenhauer
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Clint Richardson's Corporation Nation Radio Show - 10 / 30 / 2013 - Guest: Deanna Spingola

http://corporationnationradioarchive...ow13_oct30.mp3





Clint Richardson's Corporation Nation Radio Show - 10 / 31 / 2013 - Co-Host Thursday with Freeman Burt.

http://corporationnationradioarchive...ow14_oct31.mp3







Clint Richardson's Corporation Nation Radio Show - 11 / 01 / 2013 - Blockbuster Show on Targeted Individuals, Tyranny, Child Trafficking, Racketeering. Illegally installed Sheriffs in 3 adjoining California Counties.

Guests: Kimberley the "Hell Cat," Freeman Burt, Jan Irvin of Gnostic Media

If this show doesn’t get your blood boiling, You don’t have any.

http://corporationnationradioarchive...how15_nov1.mp3







Clint Richardson's Corporation Nation Radio Show - 11 / 04 / 2013 - Clint’s Guest tonight: Bob Burton, Florida Deadhead Logger.

http://corporationnationradioarchive...how16_nov4.mp3


Clint Richardson's Corporation Nation Radio Show - 11 / 07 / 2013 - Clint’s Guest Tonight: Freeman Burt Co-Hosts

http://corporationnationradioarchive...how19_nov7.mp3

Clint Richardson's Corporation Nation Radio Show - 11 / 08 / 2013 - Clint’s Guest: Dave .. the No Tax Man

http://corporationnationradioarchive...how20_nov8.mp3


Clint Richardson's Corporation Nation Radio Show - 11 / 11 / 2013

http://corporationnationradioarchive...ow21_nov11.mp3

Clint tonight gives us a Genealogy Immersion Course. The Bloodlines in Media, Hollywood, Music, Politics, Royalty, Corporations.



"GENEALOGY, n. An account of one's descent from an ancestor who did not particularly care to trace his own." -- Ambrose Bierce





Clint Richardson's Corporation Nation Radio Show - 11 / 12 / 2013 - Genealogical Immersion Continues

http://corporationnationradioarchive...w22_nov12_.mp3




Clint Richardson's Corporation Nation Radio Show - 11 / 13 / 2013 - Tonight’s topics: Fake quotes, the fallacy of “rainy day funds”, and a bit more on genealogy, mostly genealogy of the “Hollywood” trash

http://corporationnationradioarchive...ow23_nov13.mp3







more shows archived here:

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Clint Richardson's Corporation Nation Radio - 11 / 14 / 2013 - Guest: Freeman Burt

http://http//corporationnationradioa...ow24_nov14.mp3



Clint Richardson's Corporation Nation Radio Show - 11 / 18 / 2013 - Guest: John Kaminski - “Electric Universe theory” and much more.

http://corporationnationradioarchive...ow26_nov18.mp3

http://www.thunderbolts.info/wp/




Clint Richardson's Corporation Nation Radio - 11 / 19 / 2013 - Tonight’s Show: A Public Reading of “The Report From Iron Mountain”


http://corporationnationradioarchive...ow27_nov19.mp3



Clint Richardson's Corporation Nation Radio Show - 11 / 20 / 2013 - Guests: Vicky Davis of http://www.chanellingreality.com/ and Bob Burton from Florida

Hour One: http://k007.kiwi6.com/hotlink/p6qvoq...nov20_2013.mp3

Hour Two: http://k007.kiwi6.com/hotlink/gh0vns...nov20_2013.mp3

"My theory on that when they're going for broke is that this generation of 'them,' I call them 'born-on-third-base thought they hit a home-run,' that generation, they don't have the seasoning and the skills. They're bloodlines but they don't have the seasoning and the skills of the people who had to conceive of all this and really do the heavy lifting. These are spoiled, rotten kids that are obnoxious. They don't have what it takes. They don't have the patience that their grandparents' generation had. Now, they have the technology, but it's not just a walk in the park. These guys are very unskilled; they jump the gun, they do really stupid things. They're pretty arrogant and they can be taken out." -- Bob Burton from Florida






Clint Richardson's Corporation Nation Radio Show - 11 / 22 / 2013 - Guest: Longtime Radio Host of Truth Quest Radio – Melodee Hallett who was elected to Salida City Council in Colorado. In Hour Two, Clint goes over the CAFR for Salida City to show how, and where Your Local Government Hides the $$!

http://corporationnationradioarchive...ow30_nov22.mp3

http://cityofsalida.com/_site/wp-con...-4-30-2013.pdf

Melodee Hallett’s Shows Archived Here: http://www.freewebs.com/insmort/




Clint Richardson's Corporation Nation Radio Show - 11 / 27 / 2013
Guests: Lark in Texas, Niki Raapana – Communitarianism

http://larkintexas.blogspot.com
http://www.nikiraapana.com/

http://corporationnationradioarchive...ow33_nov27.mp3


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Clint Richardson's Corporation Nation Radio Show - 12 / 02 / 2013
Show topic: May You Be the Force, or It Will be Against You!


http://corporationnationradioarchive...ow35_dec02.mp3




Clint Richardson's Corporation Nation Radio Show #38 - 12 / 05 / 2013
Guest: Freeman Burt


http://corporationnationradioarchive...ow38_dec05.mp3




Clint Richardson's Corporation Nation Radio Show #39 - 12 / 06 / 2013
Topic: Is the Constitution akin to the Microsoft EULA? Callins in 2nd hour.


http://corporationnationradioarchive...ow39_dec06.mp3




Clint Richardson's Corporation Nation Radio Show #40 - 12 / 09 / 2013
Guest: Freeman Burt
Topic: In the Courts, Language is the Only Thing that Matters!


http://corporationnationradioarchive...ow40_dec09.mp3




Clint Richardson's Corporation Nation Radio Show #41 - 12 / 10 / 2013
Topic: Geo Engineering and Public Notice, It’s Not Like They Didn’t Tell us, and tell us.. and ...


http://corporationnationradioarchive...ow41_dec10.mp3


Clint Richardson's Corporation Nation Radio Show #42 - 12 / 11 / 2013
Guest: Freeman Burt; Topic: How to Present Your Case in Court


http://corporationnationradioarchive...ow42_dec11.mp3


Clint Richardson's Corporation Nation Radio Show #43 - 12 / 12 / 2013
Topic: Living with the Stockholm Syndrome


http://corporationnationradioarchive...ow43_dec12.mp3




Clint Richardson's Corporation Nation Radio Show #44 - 12 / 13 / 2013
Guest: Marc Stevens ; Topic: "Bringing About A Voluntary Society One Visitor At A Time"


http://corporationnationradioarchive...ow44_dec13.mp3

http://marcstevens.net/




Clint Richardson's Corporation Nation Radio Show #45 - 12 / 16 / 2013
Guest: Hal Anthony


http://corporationnationradioarchive...ow45_dec16.mp3

http://www.jeffersonminingdistrict.com/

http://www.reallibertymedia.com/show...-the-woodshed/




Clint Richardson's Corporation Nation Radio Show #46 - 12 / 17 / 2013
Guest: Hal Anthony


http://corporationnationradioarchive...ow46_dec17.mp3

http://www.jeffersonminingdistrict.com/

http://www.reallibertymedia.com/show...-the-woodshed/




Clint Richardson's Corporation Nation Radio Show #47 - 12 / 18 / 2013
Topic: The Lieber Code http://www.civilwarhome.com/liebercode.htm


http://corporationnationradioarchive...ow47_dec18.mp3

More shows archived here:

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Clint Richardson on "The Deepest Buttcrack of Satan Himself" :

"It continually amazes me just how the open-air prison colonies of the United States of America, what we fallaciously call the 50 states of the Union, controlled, of course, by the central corporation called the United States, has duped the people of said colonies to support their own enslavement, financially and otherwise. Do you realize that today, we still use the phrase 'It's a free country?' We passionately strut our peacockian feathers about our 'free and open' election system, despite being one of the minority of democratic nations that does not have a direct election of the president by the people? Just a pomp and circumstance media ceremony that makes pretend each four years? Spending billions and billions and billions of taxpayers money? That's our free country? Why, for godsakes, in this free country, do we then pay for the police officers who beat us up? Is it because we love our servitude as Huxley stated? Do we love coercion, extortion, exaction and theft? Do we seek remedy in courts run by a private, non-govermental international bar association that makes its own rules, pulls its own ethics from the deepest buttcrack of Satan himself? We vote for new rulers each election pretending that the next will be less tyrannical than the previous? The system's already there; why do we vote for new rulers?

We obey laws that are completely against our self-interest and to that of our friends, family and neighbors. We allow the state to take control of our marriage and take our children by force. We relish in the life-destroying abuse of complete strangers in the media and its re-imagining of reality on 'reality-TV,' both foreign and domestic. And thank god it is not us on that magic screen with some unholy pride and lack of empathy that is anything but Christian. We watch as our character and dignity as individual races of men, white, black, you name it, and all the colors in-between, gets completely demolished by a completely Zionist media and its 'reality' television, according to the very blueprints and plans long ago assembled by the same group and known to those who care to read them. History now is being re-written almost as soon as it happens through print and visual media. This dystopian future is being foretold and disclosed at alarming rates and with incredible disclosure, to reveal a prison state of technology mixed with all of the information possible that can be collected. Dishwashers and ovens now report through RFID pings to smart-meters weighing how long each appliance is utilized by humans in their own homes, while every keystroke is recorded and every move filmed by the modern Big Brother! And our Police have been usurped and promoted to US peacekeeping forces, now with armored vehicles, microwave guns, lasers and a whole host of holy horrors in a procession of uniformed men of no honor and empathy. And we pay for this control grid willingly with our own taxes on our own labor.

We watch as corporations suck the taxpayer base dry only to use that investment wealth to become government -- to BECOME government, to purchase public infrastructure and privatize all of our lives in conjunction with the U.S. Department of Defense, including the 'Common Core' takeover of our children and school structure. But make no mistake, for all this is still and always has been the Department of War! And since the two 'great' World Wars it has been the undeclared war and illegal occupation funding the President's whims, bombing and militarily defeating dozens of countries around the world.

I want to read from a Veterans website. What does the Veterans' website tell us? It has a description of our current military's disposition around the world today. It says this (and remember we're supposed to be 'at peace'):

'The historical Byzantine, Ottoman, Roman and British empires relied heavily on foreign military bases during their peaks of power. After WWII, the United States created the most extensive network of military bases ever, allowing for the deployment of air and naval forces in moments. No military in the history of world has been more widely deployed as that of the United States. Currently the United States has military personnel deployed in about 150 countries, this covers 75% of the world's nations. The United States employs around 81,400 local foreigners around the world, under its listed military, land and assets. The Department of Defense notes that the DOD owns more than 600,000 individual buildings and structures at more than 6000 locations around the globe on more than 30 million acres of land.'

Average military age? You can be anywhere from 17 to 62 years old.

Available people for military service? 73,270,043 males aged 18 to 49; also 71, 941, 969 females age 18 to 49 -- so over 145 million people are available to military service."


from this audio here:

http://corporationnationradioarchive...ow46_dec17.mp3





Clint Richardson's Corporation Nation Radio Show #48 - 12 / 19 / 2013
Guest: Freeman Burt


http://corporationnationradioarchive...ow48_dec19.mp3

http://www.onlyfreemen.com/





Clint Richardson's Corporation Nation Radio Show #49 - 12 / 20 / 2013
The Amazing Healing Powers of Resonant Frequency, the Story of Royal Rife, Tibetan Bowls. Clint’s Guest.. Mural Artist Extraordinaire Chad Davis


http://corporationnationradioarchive...ow49_dec20.mp3












Clint Richardson's Corporation Nation Radio Show #50 - 12 / 27 / 2013
Clint’s Guest tonight: Jan Irvin of Gnostic Media.. The Story Behind the Rituals of Christmas


http://corporationnationradioarchive...ow50_dec27.mp3

http://www.gnosticmedia.com/truther-...iew-jan-irvin/





Clint Richardson's Corporation Nation Radio Show - 12 / 30 / 2013
Clint on Vacation; Deanna Spingola guest hosts - Guest: Historian Veronica Clark


http://corporationnationradioarchive...as_dec30ds.mp3

Alternate link of the same from Mami's (thanks to Delcroix for the re-upload):

http://k007.kiwi6.com/hotlink/f1gzjf...er_30_2013.mp3

http://grizzom.blogspot.com/

http://outsideradio.blogspot.ie/




More shows archived here:

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"With reverence the wise pierce the veil and with clearer vision contemplate the reality; but the ignorant, unable to distinguish between the false and the true, behold a universe of symbols. It may well be said of Nature--the Great Mother--that she is ever tracing strange characters upon the surface of things, but only to her eldest and wisest sons as a reward for their faith and devotion does she reveal the cryptic alphabet which is the key to the import of these tracings." ~ Manly P. Hall, "The Secret Teachings Of All Ages"



"O, what a world of unseen visions and heard silences, this insubstantial country of the mind!

What ineffable essences, these touchless rememberings and unshowable reveries!

And the privacy of it all! A secret theater of speechless monologue and prevenient counsel, an invisible mansion of all moods, musings, and mysteries, an infinite resort of disappointments and discoveries.

A whole kingdom where each of us reigns reclusively alone, questioning what we will, commanding what we can.

A hidden hermitage where we may study out the troubled book of what we have done and yet may do.

An introcosm that is more myself than anything I can find in a mirror.

This consciousness that is myself of selves, that is everything, and yet is nothing at all -- what is it?

And where did it come from? And why?"

~ Julian Jaynes



http://www.amazon.com/Origin-Conscio...=julian+jaynes
AUDIO LINKS CORRECTED

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Clint Richardson's Corporation Nation Radio Show # 51 - 01 / 06 / 2014 - Clint back at the helm - Call-in show

http://corporationnationradioarchive...ow51_jan06.mp3



Clint Richardson's Corporation Nation Radio Show # 52 - 01 / 07 / 2014 - Clint tonight takes us on a Journey through the “Real Constitution”… as set up by Lawyers!


http://corporationnationradioarchive...ow52_jan07.mp3



Clint Richardson's Corporation Nation Radio Show # 53 - 01 / 08 / 2014

Clint explains why “Ending the Fed” is a smokescreen, and takes calls in the 2nd hour


http://corporationnationradioarchive...ow53_jan08.mp3





Clint Richardson's Corporation Nation Radio Show # 54 - 01 / 09 / 2014

Journeys into Legal Language with regular co-host Freeman Burt


http://corporationnationradioarchive...ow54_jan09.mp3



Clint Richardson's Corporation Nation Radio Show # 55 - 01 / 10 / 2014

Clint’s Guest: Karen Quinn Tostado from http://www.unitedwestrike.com/


http://corporationnationradioarchive...ow55_jan10.mp3



Clint Richardson's Corporation Nation Radio Show # 56 - 01 / 13 / 2014
Clint’s guest: Lorraine Day, M.D -- Natural, Alternative Therapies for all Diseases, including Cancer and AIDS


http://corporationnationradioarchive...ow56_jan13.mp3

http://drday.com/


Clint Richardson's Corporation Nation Radio Show # 57 - 01 / 14 / 2014

Clint is joined by Bo Knows Entertainment


The archiver didn't leave a direct download link for this one, go to this page & click on the player for show # 57:

http://corporationnationradioarchive...014/01/page/2/

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCey...wXbAnHec2XQRwg

http://www.chooseyourside.org/





Clint Richardson's Corporation Nation Radio Show # 58 - 01 / 15 / 2014

Clint's Guest: Bo Knows Entertainment


http://corporationnationradioarchive...ow58_jan15.mp3

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCey...wXbAnHec2XQRwg

http://www.chooseyourside.org/


Clint Richardson's Corporation Nation Radio Show # 59 - 01 / 16 / 2014

Clint’s guest tonight, regular Thursday Co-Host Freeman Burt.


http://corporationnationradioarchive...ow59_jan16.mp3

www.onlyfreemen.com





Clint Richardson's Corporation Nation Radio Show # 60 - 01 / 17 / 2014 -- Clint’s guest tonight, Freeman Burt

http://corporationnationradioarchive...ow60_jan17.mp3



Clint Richardson's Corporation Nation Radio Show # 61 - 01 / 20 / 2014 -- Clint’s Clint begins CAFR School. Find out Who Owns Everything…

http://corporationnationradioarchive...ow61_jan20.mp3

http://realitybloger.wordpress.com/2...-nation-radio/



Clint Richardson's Corporation Nation Radio Show # 62 - 01 / 21 / 2014 -- Cafr School Continues.…

http://corporationnationradioarchive...ow62_jan21.mp3 [DEAD LINK: for whatever reason (maybe he lost the original edited file & doesn't want to get it from RBN & take the commercials out again?), even after repeated requests, Clint's archiver refuses to re-upload this particular show]

http://realitybloger.wordpress.com/2...-nation-radio/





Clint Richardson's Corporation Nation Radio Show # 63 - 01 / 22 / 2014 -- The 3rd and (almost) Final Night of CAFR School.. Solutions

http://corporationnationradioarchive...ow63_jan22.mp3

http://realitybloger.wordpress.com/2...-nation-radio/





Clint Richardson's Corporation Nation Radio Show # 64 - 01 / 23 / 2014 -- Guest: Freeman Burt

http://corporationnationradioarchive...ow64_jan23.mp3

www.onlyfreemen.com





Clint Richardson's Corporation Nation Radio Show # 65 - 01 / 24 / 2014 -- Final Show of CAFR School.. Clint takes your calls the entire show.

http://corporationnationradioarchive...ow65_jan24.mp3

http://realitybloger.wordpress.com/2...-nation-radio/







Clint Richardson's Corporation Nation Radio Show # 66 - 01 / 27 / 2014 -- Clint’s Guest Tonight: Ingri Casell Vaccine Information Pioneer

http://corporationnationradioarchive...ow66_jan27.mp3

http://www.vaclib.org





Clint Richardson's Corporation Nation Radio Show # 67 - 01 / 28 / 2014 -- Clint reviews the Federal Reserve Banks CAFR! Yes Virginia there is an Audit of the FED.. Always Has Been… it’s the LAW! Ron Paul just may have been pulling your chain
http://corporationnationradioarchive...ow67_jan28.mp3



Clint Richardson's Corporation Nation Radio Show # 68 - 01 / 29 / 2014 -- Call in show in response to the previous night's Fed Reality Show.
http://corporationnationradioarchive...ow68_jan29.mp3





More shows archived here:

http://corporationnationradioarchives.wordpress.com/
AUDIO LINKS CORRECTED

The person archiving Clint's RBN shows moved the files for the earlier shows, leaving a whole bunch of dead-links all over the net. Here they are reposted (in the quote section above) with most of the dead links corrected.

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Clint Richardson's Corporation Nation Radio Show # 70 - 01 / 31 / 2014 -- Guest: Patrick Jordan, author, ( http://www.vaccinefraud.com/ ) - Prion Insanity (No it’s not a Toyota Car model”

http://corporationnationradioarchive...ow70_jan31.mp3





Clint Richardson's Corporation Nation Radio Show # 71 - 02 / 03 / 2014 -- Guest: Freeman Burt - Clint & Burt discuss what you give up to register as a voter, and what are grand juries?

http://corporationnationradioarchive...ow71_feb03.mp3

www.onlyfreemen.com





Clint Richardson's Corporation Nation Radio Show # 72 - 02 / 04 / 2014 -- Guest: Dr. A True Ott - The first of 3 nights with Dr. A. True Ott.
Legendary Researcher, Radio Host.


http://corporationnationradioarchive...ow72_feb04.mp3

www.atrueott.com


Clint Richardson's Corporation Nation Radio Show # 73 - 02 / 05 / 2014 -- Guest: Dr. A True Ott
The 2nd of 3 nights with Dr. A. True Ott - Tonight’s Show focuses on Health and Healing.


http://corporationnationradioarchive...ow73_feb05.mp3

http://www.atrueott.com/

http://www.meminerals.com





Clint Richardson's Corporation Nation Radio Show # 74 - 02 / 06 / 2014 -- Clint’s Guest tonight, for the first 40 minutes is Dr. A. True Ott. Clint takes calls later

http://corporationnationradioarchive...ow74_feb06.mp3





Clint Richardson's Corporation Nation Radio Show # 75 -- 02 / 07 / 2014 -- Clint's Guest Tonight: Sherry Edwards

http://corporationnationradioarchive...ow75_feb07.mp3

http://www.soundhealthoptions.com/

http://sharryedwards.com/about.html





Clint Richardson's Corporation Nation Radio Show # 76 -- 02 / 10 / 2014 -- Clint's Guest Tonight: Dr. Lorraine Day

http://corporationnationradioarchive...ow76_feb10.mp3

http://www.drday.com/




Clint Richardson's Corporation Nation Radio Show # 77 -- 02 / 11 / 2014 -- Clint’s Guest Tonight: Ellen Brown (author of “Web of Debt”, candidate for California Treasurer

http://corporationnationradioarchive...ow77_feb11.mp3

http://ellenbrown.com/





Clint Richardson's Corporation Nation Radio Show # 78 -- 02 / 12 / 2014 -- Clint’s Guest Tonight: Patrick Jordan http://vaccinefraud.com/
An in depth look at Prions, Designer Diseases, and a “real” therapy for killing Prions.

http://corporationnationradioarchive...ow78_feb12.mp3




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AUDIO LINKS CORRECTED

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Clint Richardson's Corporation Nation Radio Show # 81 -- 02 / 17 / 2014 -- Guest: Eduardo Rivera of Organic Laws Institute

http://corporationnationradioarchive...ow81_feb17.mp3

http://organiclaws.org/






Clint Richardson's Corporation Nation Radio Show # 83 -- 02 / 19 / 2014 - Guest: Vinny Eastwood

http://corporationnationradioarchive...ow83_feb19.mp3

http://www.thevinnyeastwoodshow.com/



Clint Richardson's Corporation Nation Radio Show # 84 -- 02 / 20 / 2014 - Guest: Freeman Burt

http://corporationnationradioarchive...ow84_feb20.mp3



Clint Richardson's Corporation Nation Radio Show # 89 -- 02 / 27 / 2014 - Guest: Freeman Burt

http://corporationnationradioarchive...ow89_feb27.mp3

http://www.onlyfreemen.com/



Clint Richardson's Corporation Nation Radio Show # 94 -- 03 / 06 / 2014 - Guest: Freeman Burt fills in for Clint

http://corporationnationradioarchive...94_march06.mp3

http://www.onlyfreemen.com/






Clint Richardson's Corporation Nation Radio Show # 95 -- 03 / 07 / 2014 - Clint goes Solo Tonight, takes calls and a Rant!

No direct link. Go here and click on the player next to show # 95:

http://corporationnationradioarchive...014/03/page/2/






Clint Richardson's Corporation Nation Radio Show # 96 -- 03 / 10 / 2014 - Solo Clint

http://corporationnationradioarchive...6_march101.mp3






Clint Richardson's Corporation Nation Radio Show # 97 -- 03 / 11 / 2014 - “Don’t Boycott Me Bro!” – Then Clint takes Calls

http://corporationnationradioarchive...7_march111.mp3






Clint Richardson's Corporation Nation Radio Show # 99 -- 03 / 13 / 2014 - Guest: Freeman Burt

http://corporationnationradioarchive...9_march131.mp3






Clint Richardson's Corporation Nation Radio Show # 100 -- 03 / 14 / 2014 - Clint shows us how we are under Military Rule and have been since the Civil War in the first hour. 2nd Hour .. Guest: Karen Quinn Tostado - Why You Should Not Buy NESTLE Products!


http://corporationnationradioarchive...0_march141.mp3

http://www.unitedwestrike.com/






Clint Richardson's Corporation Nation Radio Show # 102 -- 03 / 18 / 2014 - Clint continues last Friday’s discussion of the Lieber Code


http://corporationnationradioarchive...02_march18.mp3





Clint Richardson's Corporation Nation Radio Show # 104 -- 03 / 20 / 2014 - Guest: Freeman Burt - Some initial topics discussed: The Natural Rectums you didn’t know you had, Rectum Regina.. and the Secret Life of Prions.

http://corporationnationradioarchive...04_march20.mp3







Clint Richardson's Corporation Nation Radio Show # 105 -- 03 / 21 / 2014 - Solo Clint on the “Law of the See”, Prions and much more!


http://corporationnationradioarchive...05_march21.mp3






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"It's a thin line between a healthy skepticism on the one hand and a despairing cynicism on the other." ~ Mark Weber

Rise like Lions after slumber
In unvanquishable number
Shake your chains
to earth like dew
Which in sleep
had fallen on you
Ye are many
they are few.

Percy Bysshe Shelley 1792-1822



"Certainly the Protocols are a forgery, and that is the one proof we have of their authenticity. The Jews have worked with forged documents for the past 24 hundred years, namely ever since they have had any documents whatsoever." - Ezra Pound

“The trick is simple. Whenever the Rothschild and other gents in the gold business have gold to sell, they raise the price. The public is fooled by propagandizing the devaluation of the dollar, or other monetary unit according to the country chosen to be victimized. The argument is that the high price of the monetary unit is injurious to the nation’s commerce.
But when the nation, that is, the people of that nation own the gold and the financiers own the dollars or other monetary units, the gold standard is restored. This raises the value of the dollar and the citizens of ‘rich’ nations, as well as citizens of other nations, are diddled.”~ Ezra Pound



"You know what these countries face when they become, all of a sudden, a rogue nation, and are painted and defamed by the Zionist-Jewish press, over and over again until the sheep begin to believe it? What they do is attack and destroy these countries, utterly bankrupt them and then say 'here comes the IMF, the World Bank to the rescue,' and they are mortgaged for the next 30, 40, 50 years. And what do they use as security and collateral for the loans in billions and billions of dollars they get? They put up their natural resources. That's how it's done." ~ Jeff Rense


"It's easier to fool people than to convince them they have been fooled." -- Mark Twain
AUDIO LINKS CORRECTED

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