Breakdown of the 2015 San Francisco ballot measures:
A – NO
B – YES
C – NO
D – NO
E – YES
F – NO
G – NO
H – NO
I – NO
J – NO
K – NO
Cute young twink converts from Classical Liberal to Gaynarchist in 3 easy questions, Drone-Sassination, Boy Scouts of America to Allow Gay Adult Leaders, FDA to Update Gay Blood Ban to Allow Gay Blood (Kinda), Steven’s new ride to work, Leslee called about Pink Pistols Asheville, Mark called about Pink Pistols Twin Cities, Nicki called about Pink Pistols San Jose. Derrick J talks making his butt hairless with lasers. Nathan the Ninja Squirrel called to tell a funny gun story but ends up talking about r/K gene selection theory again.
This week several prominent CopBlockers were arrested for peaceful activism. CopBlock founder Ademo Freeman and compadre Brian Sumner were charged with FELONIES for using chalk outside of a law enforcer headquarters. Their charges were later lowered to misdemeanors for alleged “criminal mischief.” Isn’t it convenient that if law enforcers don’t like your message (for example #BlueLivesMurder), they can just kidnap you, put you in a cage, demand money to release you, and claim that your so-called First Amendment “protected” activity is a crime?
“Land of the Free? Whoever told you that is your enemy.”
Steven Zeiler gave an inspiring speech today at the “Future of Politics” Conference in Oakland, California. He shared three commonly overlooked areas where introducing competition is improving people’s lives: Police, Courts, and Law. These industries are monopolies today, but that is changing thanks to courageous entrepreneurs like Dale Brown of the Detroit-based Threat Management Center. Individuals and businesses are using independent arbitration agencies instead of coercive courts. Even law itself is being replaced by mutually agreeable contracts among multiple parties. Thanks to the internet, instant communication and new ways to exchange value across long distances are possible. Old monopolies are failing, and non-coercive institutions are taking their place.
Grindr photos of a republican senator spreading his butt cheeks caused him to resign. Shire-based Church of the Sword is suing the government to be recognized as a religion. Donald Trump enjoys shoegaze. Drugs are banned but available everywhere, so let’s ban guns. Could the “Snitch on the Homeless” App be the greatest gift to humanity? The Democratic “Debate” was awkward. Hillary’s Goth look appeals to young voters. Is your yoga class racist enough? Steven recommends “The Undiscovered Self” by Carl Jung.
Last night on CopBlock Radio, hosts Derrick J, DEO, and Severin started out the evening with a few positive stories involving law enforcers. Some went above and beyond, and some simply did what they are supposed to do, but it all deserves some recognition before we get into all the police abuse stories. Vermont is the only state whose law enforcers killed zero people this year. An Oklahoma City law enforcer saved a man attempting to jump off a bridge, and Maine law enforcers will no longer demand permission for people to carry guns.
Why do Derrick J and Steven want to drink from the ocean? Answer: FREEDOM!
Plus! Who is best to patrol a community for safety? Not the police! Can’t communities do that themselves?
Recorded October 9, 2015
Host Derrick J
Eddie Dunne issues a warning about “Liberty Documentary” director Neil Radimaker. Producer Jeremiah Rounds calls in to defend his director against the attacks. Heroic farmer Michael Schmidt discovered government surveillance cameras on his property, suffered a raid of his farm, and held a “Milk In” protest that garnered 50 participants. Food freedom advocate and author David Gumpert wrote about the standoff at Michael’s farm on his blog, and supporter Mark McAfee from Organic Pastures summarizes the issue in a short video. We conclude with a brilliant video highlighting the hypocrisy of Obama speaking out against mass killings while at the same time authorizing drone strikes that kill thousands of innocents.
Last night CopBlock Radio started off with some good news! Passengers on a Boston bus decided to take out the cell phones and record video of a law enforcer using excessive force on a woman being arrested for petty theft. Because they decided not only to record, but to intervene peacefully, they were able to calm the crazed law enforcer down and de-escalate the situation. You know–what the cop is supposed to do! He pulled out his gun on the unarmed woman, but the passengers weren’t having it. They repeatedly shouted, “PUT DOWN THE GUN!” until the law enforcer complied. Victory! You too can make a difference. Recording evil is not enough. Good men must also DO something. Speaking up against injustice in the moment is a peaceful way to stop evil while maintaining the moral high ground. Had any of these passengers used force, it would have escalated the situation and likely would have resulted in some injuries, if not deaths.
Guest Christopher David won’t stop being a criminal! He just keeps giving customers rides in his car! The all-important and wise political masters who call themselves “the City of Portsmouth” have decided that Uber is illegal, and anyone who drives for Uber in their gang’s territory has to pay them thousands of dollars to get back in their good graces. But Christopher David is ignoring their threats and doing it anyway. Learn more here.
Christopher Chase Rachels is a fellow Gaynarchist and author of the newly released book, “A Spontaneous Order: The Capitalist Case for a Stateless Society.” Pick up a paperback at your favorite Anarchist book store, or if you have Amazon prime, you can get it FREE today!
When he asked for a round of applause, he didn’t expect to get the clap! Derrick J talks about getting tested for HIV and treatment for his gonorrhea. (EW!) Nathan the Ninja Squirrel calls in to share an upcoming app that lets users rate other people in their personal, professional, and romantic lives. Finally, we have a good hearty laugh at the senile dictator Robert Mugabe’s expense. His country not only suffered embarrassing levels of hyperinflation under his reign, it also has the distinction of being the only place on the planet where same-sex kissing, hand-holding, and even hugging is criminal. How progressive!