In Remembrance

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Today is 9/11.  It was on this day we suffered a major attack . . .

Of course, as everyone knows, today marks the three year anniversary of Cyberpig’s destruction of the Functional Fillmore Frugal Movement website in a cowardly act of political censorship.  This marked the end of the fledgling Functional Fillmore Frugal movement, which was on its way to becoming a major force within the Libertarian Party.  Like the movement, however, libertarianism is now dead.

Those of you who want to relive the glory days of the Functional Fillmore Frugal Movement can access a mirror of the website at http://functionalfillmorefrugal.blogspot.com/.  It is there as it was on the day it was wrongfully deleted.

Let’s keep in mind, the movement was not all for naught.  Like a phoenix, from the ashes of the Functional Fillmore Frugal Movement, the Millard Fillmore Remembrance Project will rise.  Stay tuned for updates.

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It’s Coming!

 

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Did Gary Johnson Use My Idea to Win Votes?

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Over at The Other Place, on a story about Transhumanist Zoltan Istvan, “Just Saying” writes:

I can see it now. Once the Libertarians accept Zoltan and transhumanism — don’t laugh, they embraced Goofy Gary, who once suggested on national television that the solution to global warming was space colonization — the party will have to come up with a new slogan.

First of all, concerning the actual story, I like Zoltan Istvan.  He is using the correct, scientific approach to politics.  Hopefully that means he will also embrace pro-White positions since these are entirely based on scientific realism.  While Zoltan has no realistic chance of winning as a Libertarian, I hope his run for Governor of California awakens the masses to science-based politics.  Gary Johnson AKA “Goofy Gary” was foolish for passing on Zoltan for his running mate in 2016, choosing statist Bill Weld instead (thus creating the embarrassing Weld my Johnson ticket).

The comment on IPR from “Just Saying” alerted me to something I did not know. Apparently, Gary Johnson’s 2016 approach to climate change was exactly the same as the approach I first put forward in 2014:

 It is indisputable that climate change will soon make Earth unlivable, but we shouldn’t pretend we can do anything to reverse it. Ultimately, we will choose either to perish with the Earth or find a new home. Given our limited capabilities Mars may be our only option.

Last September, Gary Johnson used this idea of dealing with climate change through human relocation during an interview on This Week:

“We do have to inhabit other planets. The future of the human race is space exploration,” Johnson told ABC News’ George Stephanopoulos on “This Week” in offering a response on how to address the challenges posed by climate change.

I did not know Johnson took this position on climate change.  It obviously came from me, since I too was a contender for Libertarian Party’s 2016 presidential nomination, and so, I was on Johnson’s radar.  I wonder how many other ideas Johnson took from me.  I have no way of verifying this, but perhaps my ideas are the reason Johnson’s vote percentage took such a jump from the 0.99% he won in 2012 to the 3.3% he won in 2016.  If that is true, imagine how much the party would have won if I was the nominee rather than Goofy Gary.

Perhaps it is for the better that that did not happen.  Libertarianism turned out to be dead.  And Donald Trump winning the election was best for the nation and White people in particular.  In fact, a Trump presidency will make it easier to implement the agenda I put forward during the 2016 campaign:

  • Trump’s pro-energy platform and plan to improve our relationship with Russia will make it easier to put together a joint U.S.-Russia operation to Frack Siberia to fund space exploration
  • Trump’s creation of economic prosperity and commitment to space exploration will help enable a return to the Moon (by 2020, according to Trump) and move us closer to putting a man on Mars, which we can then terraform and inhabit.  According to Andy Aldrin, “Sound market economics can be a real strong foundation to launching a mission to Mars and human habitation to Mars.”
  • California’s aversion to Trump’s policies, a consequence of California’s rejection of realism (and ultimately why they will reject Zoltan), is already fostering a secessionist movement.  California’s secession would have the same effect as splitting California because it too would lessen the overinfluence of California on national policy and make it easier to put in place nationalist policies that benefit the entire nation.

These things might not happen but they are much more likely under Trump than any other president in recent history.

Sarwark Sees Justification for Violence at UC Berkeley Riot

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Libertarian National Committee chairman Nicholas Sarwark says the rioters at UC Berkeley were justified to use violence last week to prevent “dangerous faggot” Milo Yiannopoulos from speaking due to Milo’s “despicable” speech.  Sarwark said this after believing a fake news report that Milo was going to use his speech to list the names of UC Berkeley students in the country illegally.  He tried to save face by double-talking and calling the use of violence to silence speech as also “despicable”, but Sarwark is wrong to argue moral equivalency between violent riots and peaceful speech.  Even though Sarwark’s premise is all wrong, his defense of the violence shows his priorities, priorities shared by many in the now-dead libertarian movement.

Sarwark and his “Weekend at Bernie’s” followers favor protecting illegal aliens over protecting free speech. Apparently that’s what it means to be Libertarian now days. That is one reason libertarianism died. The Libertarian Party is no longer the party of the White man.  It is the party of illegal aliens and homosexuals.

Many let Sarwark know what they thought of his comments on Facebook. Breitbart published an article displaying a few of them.

Shane Trejo:

Milo is not a coward like so many Libertarians clearly are… because of smug full-of-shit pussies like Nicholas Sarwark, no self-respecting person can call even publicly themselves a libertarian these days without feeling embarrassed.

Chad Chaderson:

It seems like ‘libertarian,’ for many, is just a code word for social justice warrior.

Milo Yiannopoulos:

this idiot should stick to what libertarians actually know about — weed, Bitcoin and hacking — and leave slanderous rumor where it belongs. On CNN.

Here’s some more comments taking Sarwark to task.

Duke Becher:

So is the chairman for or against free speech and liberty? Getting hard to tell…

Robert Woods:

The fact that you are trying to excuse violence is despicable behavior. You can denounce Milo’s rhetoric while also denouncing the violence. You could then speak on proposals for immigration reform and not toss out the heart tugger about “destroying people’s lives,” which points to flaws when it comes to libertarian foreign policy. Will sending a undocumented person back to their home country actually destroy their life?
You are unpacking the box from the wrong end. We must first remove negative incentives for immigration before reverting immigration laws. Are you ok with undocumented students using federal tax dollars for their education?

Steven Sadowski:

The one thing I could always count on from the libertarian party was a sense of principle. It’s OK to make mistakes. It’s human, but to continue to deny that you got the story wrong, or more accurately, cannot prove your allegation is troubling. Aren’t you a lawyer? Please, just apologize, and let’s move on.

Pete Walker:

Not that, that particular outlet would have been the best option but you damn right he should call out illigals, there is a legal way of entering this country, and by undermining that process you essentially are telling the o es that came here LEGALLY “oh well, too bad you obeyed the law of he land sucker, you should have done it illigally and saved the money and paperwork!” And by using violence to disrupt the speech is atrocious ! Anyone who supports that behavior should be imprisoned along with the perpetrators. You fuckin morons still don’t understand why Trump got elected in the first place. WE THE PEOPLE ARE TIRED OF YOUR BULLSHIT !! WE THE PEOPLE ARE TIRED OF BEING TAKEN ADVANTAGE OF !! Paul Stanton stop supporting this ideology, if you ever want to ACTUALLY be elected into office in ANY capacity……

Patrick Bermudez:

Time for you to go Nicholas Sarwark, you are pushing the wrong agendas.

you are part of that group who calls themselves libertarians while guzzling subsidies, earmarks, monopoly, and corporatist crony partnerships from the hated “gubmint” then turn around and demand that the taxpayer bail out any fall out from these violations of market theory. You are turning the LP into a laughing stock.

The new “Libertarian Party” has a confused history on what libertarianism is. They have previously had individuals run for president like Bob Barr, a former Congressman who voted for the USA PATRIOT Act and the invasion of Iraq. Given this fact, it’s not entirely surprising that the party had a Hillary Clinton apologist run for vice president.

National LP policies have driven away many
normal intelligent common sense libertarians,
and is starting to resemble a cult.

Garion Ford:

The LP does seem to have been highjacked by SJW. it makes debates rather interesting with friends when I have crap thrown at me from my own party that sounds like it came from Sen Bernie Sanders.

Shane Trejo:

its one thing to not be a prick to immigrants. its another to spew baseless horseshit in a desperate attempt to virtue signal to leftists, which is what sarwark did with this post. and of course, he’s too much of an arrogant prick to admit how full of shit he is.

Your pathetic joke a political party won’t be getting any better, coward. Especially with lousy, worthless activists like yourself. That’s for sure.

Chad Chaderson:

you guys keep defending tranny bathrooms and siding with SJWs and we’ll stick to fighting for causes that actually matter.

Israel Anderson:

I sure hope this will be your last term as LNC Chair.

Scotty Sedlak:

Mr. Sarwark, I applaud you as a person who is doing (from what I can see) an excellent job of leading the Libertarian Party. But while I identify most as a libertarian, one of the main reasons I will not have anything to do with the LP is the stance on open borders. I totally agree that people should have freedom of movement to and from the country, but to ignore the threats that most certainly exist from foreign countries and individuals in order to inflate that idea of free travel to utopian levels is dangerous and foolish. There must be a border, they must be secure, and there must be knowledge of who is entering and why. To do otherwise is to wholly ignore the mandate of national defense which is one of the main reasons for the mutual union of States. With that said, a law stating that entering the country without proper authorization is a crime must also be enforced. Otherwise, the rule of law in a nation of laws does not exist. No matter how you personally feel, the law must be followed. If you don’t like the law, change it, don’t ignore it. And the law prescribes that those entering the country illegally must be deported. You can despise Mr. Yionnopoulos all you like, but I will not subscribe to a feel good system where government is based on emotion instead of logic.

Matt Nichols:

What an embarrassment for Libertarians. Take this SJW crap back to Tumblr and let’s get someone who won’t peddle this cultural Marxism under the guise of Liberty anymore

Sarah Copeland:

Are you intentionally ignorant, or is this purely by accident that you are spewing fiction that you’re trying to pass off as fact in a blatant attempt to gain favor with the progressive social justice warriors? Either you don’t have a clue what you’re doing, or you understand perfectly what you’re doing which makes it even worse. Step down and let someone with a spine and a set of balls lead the party.

David Larmore:

So, the libertarian party is engaging in spreading fake news, rumor and innuendo now?

No, it doesn’t explain violence. There’s no excuse for violence. Fake news, rumor and innuendo is no justification and/or logical reason for violence.

Bryan Burns:

Ok…let me try to follow. The guy who wrote this post, used unsubstantiated rumors in order to justify, or give a picture to feeble minded people of an “explanation” to riot in order to disrupt the free speech guaranteed in the constitution of these United States…
After using these rumors as an “explanation” to riot to stop free speech, his answer is that government has too much power. Apparently not caring that there is no protection of the free speech of the person he disagrees with, calls the person an asshole… because he is going to rat out people here illegally. After all, borders are imaginary lines.
Then I see someone on this thread using the fact that native Americans lands were stolen from them as a defense of some libertarian cause. Apparently, people came here across imaginary borders, stole their lands, infected them with various diseases, and they were relegated to second class citizens in their own land. Those open borders always worked out great for the white oppressors…didn’t it? Lol.
Some things are great in principle but leave results that are less than idea when implemented in the real world. There has to be some common sense. Free speech has to be protected or you give government the means to orchestrate riots in order to shut people up. Don’t think it would happen? Read the history books…the ones written before being rewritten for left wing agendas. Protest is GREAT. But never try to “explain” the destruction of others property and the denial of free speech to defend someone else’s right to be someplace illegally. It may be against libertarian principles to require any person to be denied entry for any reason (whether to farm or to blow up a city) but to destroy the very foundations of freedom of speech and property rights in order to obtain that imaginary unobtained principle is a dangerous thing. Work to make sensible immigration laws by reasonably swaying people, but not through unsubstantiated rumors and “explaining” away people’s violence ad destructive behavior. You will definitely lose those who have common sense

Joe Bonner:

This is why the libertarian party will never go anywhere. No, scratch that, this is why the libertarian party will remain a running joke.

“I mean look guys, its understandable that someone would throw Molotov cocktails at a Milos event over an unsubstantiated rumor made up after the fact, but like, what they should really so is vote against immigration laws.”

They did, they voted democrat. And no, they will never switch over to you because of your stance on cutting healthcare and welfare.

Greg Wainwright:

Sweet. Hey what’s your address? I think I’m going to move in to your house without asking. I’ll eat your food, use your utilities, and I’m going to hop on your health insurance plan. Oh, and I don’t speak your language so I’m going to have ask you and your family to change your customs and language to match mine. Sound good? I’ll be there by morning. You won’t even know I’m there. I’m not going to harm anyone.

Gage Czajkowski:

This is exactly why I left the libertarian party because of leftists like you who care more about the rights of illegals than the rights of American people

Parker G. Ward:

This is our Chairman folks. 1. Defends Bill Weld 2. Criticized Dr. Ron Paul, while defending Bill Weld. 3. Post a lie. 4. Defends the violence of the riots

Richard Dunkin:

I guess I know why I’ve never seen you discuss your absurd position with Stefan Molyneux. You don’t factor in the presence of a welfare state in the US. You also don’t factor in the lower average IQs of most 3rd world immigrants. The libertarian utopia you seek will never exist if you lower the nations average IQ by just a few points to the low 90s. I am amazed how the LP has changed to full on globalist. If you keep this up, you will never get my vote for president again, and I’ve voted LP for president 5 times in my life.

Doris D’Antonio:

Oh my God, I thought they were extinct. I guess they’re not. As per this, there is at least one total asshole left on the planet.

Make your voice heard.  Tell Sarwark what you think about his comment.

Then, do your country a favor and report any illegal aliens you know to ICE at 866-347-2423 or report them online.

Libertarians, it’s somewhat sad that libertarianism is dead, but there are ways to move on.  Bury the libertarian corpse and join us in the Alt-Right.  The American Freedom Party is a good place to start.

The Death of Libertarianism

Libertarianism was cool for a little while. It brought us Ron and Rand Paul, a way to oppose stupid wars without being leftist and a message that made us all feel good inside. Then we all witnessed as it became unworkable. A doofus stoner became the standard bearer, and embarrased himself and the movement. The “Libertarian” Party turned into a hotbed of social justice warriors and homosexuals. It cheered as the Supreme Court forced Americans to subsidize sodomy and ignored the real issues of illegal immigration, crime, and White genocide.

In the past year or so many of us abandoned libertarianism. Something better took its place. The frog emoji replaced the porcupine.  We started frequenting 4chan instead of Reason. And we all shaved our beards, cut our hair and got fashy haircuts. The Alt-Right was born when libertarianism died.

Many libertarians still don’t know their movement is dead. But it’s over. It died when it abandoned its base, the educated White men of America.  IPR and others still parade the corpse of libertarianism around with sunglasses as if it lives. But it’s starting to stink and it’s getting really sad. That’s the difference between IPR and IPR-X. We recognize reality while IPR is stuck in the past.

IPR readers and contributors, please bury the body. I ask you to join us here at IPR-X. We are the present and the future.

Is Lee Wrights Trolling Andy on IPR?

IPR contributor Andy Jacobs has had a long history with former Libertarian Party presidential candidate Lee Wrights.  In 2011, Andy wrote:

Lee Wrights is a phony. He’s a dreadful candidate. The man is a loser and he’s also a backstabbing two-faced weasel. Go pick up a homeless bum off the streets and take him to Goodwill and buy him a cheap suit and that’s Lee Wrights.

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Lee Wrights is the hobo on the left.

These remarks were a big inspiration behind Nathan Norman’s Functional Fillmore Frugal movement, which, from February 2013 to September 2014 focused on preventing “hobos”, like Wrights, who hurt the credibility of the Libertarian Party, from representing the party as candidates.  One achievement of the movement was stopping Wrights from running for Governor of Texas in 2014.

Now, fast forward to 2017, and someone named “Lee”, showed up on IPR, seemingly with the singular purpose of trolling Andy.  The first thing he wrote, in a sarcastic tone:

I agree with Andy, he makes many excellent points here. For further elucidation:

http://tinyurl.com/hoqxwlf

Andy responded:

Hey look everybody, one of the IPR trolls is back, and this time the troll is calling himself/herself “Lee”.

Lee retorted:

My sincere apologies if I’ve infringed on Andy’s space. Although I am not a big fan of the idea of intellectual property, except when I am, I try not to infringe on any trademarks as a general rule, unless I feel like it. As such, I recognize that my views are so similar to Andy’s that he may feel legitimately ripped off – deprived of his property, if you will – when I post comments here. I realize Andy has somewhat of a monopoly on being IPR’s resident troll, except when he doesn’t.

After clicking on Lee’s link, which goes to the Andy Jacobs blog, Andy angrily argued:

I did NOT post or write that article, and that is not my website. “Lee” is obviously a troll, probably working for some government agency, and is likely the source of the article and the website.

It is an act of fraud to falsely claim to be somebody, or to attribute things to them that they never said.

We still are not sure if Andy is actually running that particular blog or conducting a major troll operation.

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Andy is the shorter guy in the picture above

In response to Andy’s denial, Lee stated:

Andy: “I did NOT post or write that article” … so who said you did? I know of no one who has made such a claim. Can you point to any comment that did?

“and that is not my website.”

No duh. It appears to be a parody of you. I think Eric Dondero had one devoted to him a few years ago. I don’t think anyone, even Eric, was dense enough to think it was actually Eric’s site or that anyone was trying to suggest that it was. And that’s what makes you so very special, Andy.

““Lee” is obviously a troll, ”

Again, my apologies for violating your exclusive franchise.

“probably working for some government agency”

No way! *They* work for *me*.

“and is likely the source of the article and the website.”

I also shot JFK, faked the moon landing, and planted the bombs in the twin towers.

“It is an act of fraud to falsely claim to be somebody,”

Yes, yes, But is it also an act of fraud to falsely claim that someone else is falsely claiming to be somebody?

” or to attribute things to them that they never said.”

So why are you attributing something that no one ever said, like for example that the parody site claims to actually be you? I mean, who ever said that? Name one person, one time, who said that.

The situation escalated as Andy ejaculated:

It “appears” to be??? You are the asshole who put the site up. No go fuck off and die.

Lee shot back:

Dandy Andy,

“It “appears” to be???”

Yes, it sure does!!!

“You are the asshole who put the site up.”

Evidence? Proof? Remember, as you said…“It is an act of fraud to attribute things to (someone) that they never said.” So why are you committing fraud against me, you fraudulent fraudster you?

(For the record, no, I didn’t put that site up and have no idea who did).

“go fuck off and die.”

After you, I insist, mon cherie.

Andy mused:

Whoever this “Lee” asshole is, they have obviously been posting here for a long time, as they seem to have lots of knowledge about various things that have been discussed here over the years. I suspect that “Lee” may be somebody who used to post here under their real name way back in 2008 and 2009.

“Lee” said: “(For the record, no, I didn’t put that site up and have no idea who did).”

Maybe it was somebody who works an earlier shift than you work at the government troll center.

Lee replied:

Nice try, but yet another logic fail from handy Andy. Let’s examine how he does it this time:

A) What knowledge do you speak of? Can you provide any examples? Even one?

B) It’s possible to read and not post here, so even if I had knowledge of things that happened here for years (and I can’t think of what the fuck Andy is talking about) I would have been able to pick it up without posting.

C) The old threads are still available, so even if you had some evidence that I had read them that doesn’t exactly prove that I read them way back when they were first posted, does it?

So how exactly is it “obvious” that I have been posting here for years? Please do explain. Your failure will be a great illustration for why your logic is so faulty not just on this but on all sorts of issues and matters.

It’s obvious that Andy is actually a Martian, because he barks like a chicken and I suspect that he was at Sandy Hook because the earth is flat, dude. Gay frogs!!!

“Maybe it was somebody who works an earlier shift than you work at the government troll center.”

So it WAS you after all! Nice to know. And thanks for taking off early without letting me know, asshole. Also, clean up your coffee and cum stains next to the computer from now on, I am tired of cleaning up after you.

Andy then got a little off track:

Somebody, or some group of people, have been trolling here for years. If you are not the same person who has posted under fake names like “Vernon” and “Randy” and etc.., I bet that you are connected with them. I don’t know who you are working for, but it is likely some government agency.

“Lee
January 13, 2017 at 23:29
‘Maybe it was somebody who works an earlier shift than you work at the government troll center.’

So it WAS you after all! Nice to know. And thanks for taking off early without letting me know, asshole. Also, clean up your coffee and cum stains next to the computer from now on, I am tired of cleaning up after you.”

Nice dodge, but I’m on to you.

A certain Concerned Citizen then got involved to try to clear things up:

Isn’t it obvious that Lee is in fact Lee Wrights whom Andy has had problems with?

Andy replied:

LOL! Nice try, but I don’t buy that for a second.

Of course, subconsciously, he did buy it, as we shall see.

Lee, in responding to Andy’s earlier comment, wrote:

Somebody, or some group of people, have been molesting all the pets in the neighborhood for years. If it’s not Andy, I bet he is connected with them. I don’t know who Andy is working for, but it’s likely the Vatican. Or maybe the illuminati. One thing’s for sure, I wouldn’t leave my pets alone with him if you know what I mean.

Nice dodge, but I’m on to Andy. It’s obvious that he knows a lot about all these pet incidents including details that only those committing these hideous crimes could possibly know. And by obvious, I mean I have no evidence whatsoever and can’t cite a single example when pressed, even if all the evidence is posted for everyone to see on a public website so even if he did know all that stuff all that would show is that he read the website. However, I have failed even by that standard, so the next step after I get caught on that one is to say that Andy must somehow be connected to it anyway, because the guy across the street has a green handkerchief in his left pants pocket and the wind is blowing from the west. Or, actually, just because.

Also, this clearly shows that Andy works for the government, most likely in a troll center, because governments have a tendency to hire incompetent people who can’t make it in the private sector and with the truly amazing logic skills that Andy has shown in this particular exchange (as well as many others) where else could he possibly find employment? Ergo, Andy must be the one and only true troll. QED. Wait does that mean I’m Andy? Am I talking to myself here? Help!

Andy then made the comment in which he subconsciously let on that he believes Lee might in fact be Lee Wrights:

It is time for a physical removal, a la Hans-Hermann Hoppe style. Somebody throw this “Lee” bum the hell out of here.

Notice the use of the word “bum”, which Andy also used in the original quote from 2011 to refer to Lee Wrights.

Lee then commented:

Yes, you can’t mislead Andy about who the one and only true troll is. Andy knows EXACTLY who it is with 100% certainty. As I said…QED.

It is time for a physical removal, a la Augusto Pinochet style. Somebody throw this “Andy” bum the hell out of a helicopter! And for Kek’s sake, throw his freakin’ gay frogs out with him.

After seeing all this, Concerned Citizen remarked:

Didn’t Andy say (and thus establishing the Functional Fillmore Frugal movement) Lee Wrights is nothing but a hobo in a cheap suit? Now someone with the name Lee shows up with a beef against Andy. Coincidence? I think not.

We may never know if “Lee” is in fact Lee Wrights trolling for revenge, but it sure makes for an interesting story.

Politics1.com Recognizes Nathan Norman as Potential 2020 Presidential Candidate

Premier election site Politics1.com has recognized Nathan Norman as a potential 2020 presidential candidate.  His name is listed under the header INDEPENDENT, OTHER & WRITE-IN CANDIDATES with “American Freedom Party-Pennsylvania” in parentheses.  A link goes to his Twitter page.

“It’s a great honor to be mentioned as a possible candidate,” says Norman who ran as a Libertarian in 2016, “I totally agree with the principles of the American Freedom Party.”

The American Freedom Party takes an alt-right stance on the issues and supports the interests of European-Americans. Norman has previously hinted he may run for the party’s nomination.  His 2016 campaign website currently features the logo of the American Freedom Party and teases, “2020 ???? Stay tuned for updates . . .”

“I really hope he runs,” says Moses Austwin, a longtime associate of Norman who worked on his 2016 campaign, “He’s got the skill, the energy, and the balls to make 2020 a meaningful race and push the interests of White people to the forefront.”

Norman was a strong supporter of Donald Trump in the 2016 general election.  It is not known how Trump’s potential re-election plans may affect Norman’s decision to run.