Inherent Autonomy

Localism for a Free Republic

Inherent Autonomy Introduction
. . . . . No Despotism . . . . . Only Independence
Primacy: The Declaration of Independence
In the beginning: Let there be the Articles of Confederation
A Constitution Flawed from Inception
Articles of Confederation was Preferable
Investiture of Heretical Doctrine
The Nature of a Republic
A Culture of Death Under the Law
Two Causes, Two Results
A Senate of Subversion
The Court and your Castle
The Meaning of Independence Day
This Streetcar Lost All Desire
Why Supreme Court Selections are a False Choice
Paris is Burning
The many faces of the anti-war movement
2006 Predictions and Realities
Running Chinese Trade Deficits
Localism for a Free Republic
A Fractured Conservative Movement
Wall Street Reaps Big Bucks from the Wind
Baboon Behavior Behind Wind Projects
Party Goers - What Do You Take With Your Tea?
Assault on Liberty Originate with Secular Humanism
The TUN - a true representative council
Currency Wars among Controlled Economies
Web Attack Bodes Political Censorship
Protect Government Officials at all costs
Populism, Progressives and Public Unions
"Girlie Man" Culture of Government Schools
Midget Minds and Lost Cojones
Monetary Revolution and Alternative Money
The Federal Government Declares War on the Nation
Corporate Cronyism: Solyndra and Evergreen Solar
A True Greek Tragedy - Odyssey of the EU
A Christmas Wish List for Obama
Obama's War on the Catholic Church
The EPA an Out of Control Monster
Homeland Security in the Land of the Free
Pride in America the Stupid
Is Going Off the Grid Practical?
Political Partisan Psychological Disorders
Popular Culture Promotes the Police State
A $14 Trillion Extortion for a Global Warming Scam
Ignoring Whistleblowers
Human Liberty Is Doomed
Amnesty Capitulation Assures a Failed Society
The Actor and Clown Culture
Conservative Civil Liberties
Hobby Lobby and the Supreme Court
Technology Impact on Privacy
TV Propaganda and the Mind Control Culture
Secession Movements Intensify
Hate Laws Intended to Silence Truth
The Fourth Amendment, NSA and Metadata
The Ugly Face of the North American Union
The Dragoons Sweep the Streets
Media Message Predetermined the Scottish Referendum
Court Protects IRS Tyranny
Russia's Sergey Lavrov Clash of Civilizations
New World Order Pope - Frankie the Fake
Patriotism and Civil Disobedience
Best Government - Governs Least
The Patriot Act is now USA Freedom Act
SCOTUScare from the Same-Sex Supreme Court
Obama's Iran Nuclear Deal
Defending National Sovereignty from the NWO
CISA Systemic Domestic Spying
Jewish Banksters Identity Politics
Why Civil Liberties are No Longer Defended?
National Referendum on the Globalist Establishment
Fear of America First by GOP Establishment
Brexit Victory over the EU Globalists
Current Affairs becomes a Sinister Melodrama
UN Intervenes into American Society
Leftist Loons Want a Civil War
Trump anti-Communist Counter Revolution
Raising the Ides of March Debt Limit
Preach Politics from the Pulpit
FBI is the Corrupt Enforcer of the Power Elite
Mueller's Gang of Legal Quislings
A World Doomed in a Never Ending War
When Civil Liberties are violated by Government
BATR Index
Forbidden History
Reign of Terror
Stuck on Stupid
Totalitarian Collectivism
Radical Reactionary
Global Gulag
View from the Mount
Strappado Wrack
Solitary Purdah
Dueling Twins
Varying Verity
911 War of Terror
Foreign Policy
Middle East
NWO Realpolitik
Existentialism Philosophy Blog
Reach Me

What is politically defined as economic "planning" is
the forcible superseding of other people's plans
by government officials. 
Thomas Sowell

Localism for a Free Republic

Lew Rockwell asked the following question: “What do you do with a state – a highly centralized and militarized state – that has unconstrained hegemonic ambitions and is a proven threat to its citizens and other nations around the world?”  No doubt the consequences of internationalism make up the bulk of the daily news cycle.  But how many ordinary people really care what transpires in every remote corner of the world!  Most average citizens are struggling to get through another torturous day and keep their head above water. 


As for a better future for their children, how many of us can say with confidence and honesty that the next generation will have it better than their parents?  Few of us are perpetual travelers.  We all live somewhere.  Even the most hardened recluse has an address.  And as reluctant as many of us are willing to admit, we are part of some community.  The smallest unit of social interaction is as local as you can get. 


So why is it preordained that governments are organized under a top down model?  Is there really any justification or benefit from allowing or accepting authority, real or contrived, from setting down the rules for the rest of us to obey under the penalty of coercion?  Since life requires a modest degree of pragmatism to survive a quality existence, trading off dignity for personal comfort is the basic operating principle.  So says the typical citizen.


F.A. Hayek’s stance to combat the leviathan monster of the State is to go local.  Rockwell continues:  “We need a Hayekian solution to the US. We need small states trading with each other. How many? It really doesn't matter so long as one is not overly large geographically or in terms of population. It could be 10 states or 100. At some point, the number of political units created would have to be left to the people themselves, to be decided by local plebiscite. After all, at that point, all political alliances between units would have to be voluntary and clearly dissolvable.”  


In a significant tract from a Marxist viewpoint, Liberty and Populism: Building an Effective Resistance Movement in North America, a cogent point is made:


“I believe the best way to approach the possibility of a rapprochement between the radical libertarian-left and the populist radical-right is to convince both sides that their cultural interests are best defended within the context of a radically decentralized political order. Much of the right should be open to this idea as respect for venerable American traditions such as "states' rights" and "local sovereignty" is common on the right.”


Surely genuine conservatives can agreed that localism is at the core of self-determination!  Such credentialed stalwarts like Free Congress Foundation President Paul M. Weyrich have long championed the clout of local empowerment.  With the passing of Harry Brown, would this not be an advantageous time to rally libertarians and populist conservatives to focus on their common interests, which all start and reside within their most local of governmental jurisdictions?    





The Columnist Guild is taking an active role in assembling noteworthy grassroots organizations to promote and communicate the one last best chance to take back citizen jurisdiction as the most basic of all social unites.  The national notoriety of the Minuteman Project is augmented by such organizations like Free New York and the Southern Independence Party.  When credible efforts like the Free State Project sees the value of advertising on BREAKING ALL THE RULES, the synergism and compatibility of organizing and participating in efforts to re-establish individual inherent autonomy comes to life.        

National attention for Frosty Wooldridge’s ‘21st Century Paul Revere Ride’ is a concrete example of what you can do!  This is the local approach to social revolution, because that is exactly what it will take to move the focal point of the government spine to the backyards of everyday Americans.  Communal action for the good of the common man will never be inappropriate.  Especially when distinct communities are able to forge their own path and cry out the warning that the Federalists are coming again, and we need to repel them from the local bridge . . .


The differences in the Rockwell camp of libertarian thought need not be so great that the Buchanan pitchfork brigade can’t accept.  Likewise the need for real protectionism from the Corporate/State axis should override any flawed utopianism that purists expound.  Hayek advocated practical solutions.  If the American Revolutionary Vanguard grasps the instinctive and mutual bond against state sponsored tyranny, why is it so hard for government sympathizers to comprehend that a “highly centralized and militarized state” is the root source of local oppression?


Free New York has a logo with two pyramids, one points up and one down.  When society operates under a true representative model the folks at the bottom are the foundation.  Their footings support the spirals.  But when the weight of excess and authoritarianism bears down from the upper echelon upon the shoulders of the worker bees, only the queens are preened.


Local municipalities may not be able to sack over a century of distorted foreign policy, but every home rule district can wage a war against the federal imperialist.  Since all politics is local, constructive rebellion begins when the people refuse to take no more abuse.  It starts when each individual matures and sets aside their flawed personal egos and begins to work together in a single common purpose.  Think Local to build a Free Republic.  No Pharaohs need apply.


SARTRE – March 6, 2006     

The notion of a farseeing and despotic statesman, who can lay down plans for ages yet unborn, is a fancy generated by the pride of the human intellect to which facts give no support. 
Walter Bagehot

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