From the April 2006 Idaho Observer:

Positive Anarchy, Part II

by Hari Heath

Are you ready for anarchy? It’s coming. The economic matrix, a derivative castle of cards, remains precipitously on the verge of global meltdown. The impostor president and the American regime of global terrorists have over extended themselves in their war on everything. They can only kick so much butt with a vaccine-damaged, Depleted Uranium-infested military which is growing tired of fighting against other people in their countries for no discernibly good reason.

The facts which evidence the events of September 11 as an inside job are beginning to hit even the controlled mainstream press. Americans, usually the last to get a clue, are beginning to realize what much of the world has known for sometime. The Bush administration may soon be on trial for its complicity in the murder of Americans on September 11 and the subsequent wars in Afghanistan and Iraq waged because of their contrived "Attack on America."

As the great over-consumer of resources, America has set an example of opulent splendor for the world to follow. Our planet of considerable, but finite resources is challenged by greed and exploitation in this very capable industrial age. Now all six-and-a-half billion of us on this planet want a piece of the American action. There is a limit to how many children Mother Nature can suckle at her breasts.

The elite who deem themselves as the best managers of our little fish bowl in space have had the aquarium grow beyond the level which they can competently manage. They can no longer stay on top of humanity. We are growing beyond them. Their solution is to create a mass die-off and cull the herd with more of their clandestine genocidal agendas.

Social, political and economic manipulations have not been enough. Chemtrails, electronic warfare, vaccinations, gross malpractice by the Pharma cartel, toxification of the food, water and air supply and a state of perpetual war are necessary to maintain their dominance.

These are interesting times. Change will be mandatory. How we change depends on how we respond to the opportunity.

Last month we discussed the other side of anarchy: "A theory that regards the absence of all direct or coercive government as a political ideal and that proposes the cooperative and voluntary association of individuals and groups as the principle mode of organized society"—positive anarchy—the possibility of life after government as we know it.

Most citizens operate under the paradigm that government is a benefactor, a protector, or at least a necessary evil. But, before we revisit the subject, let’s look at a past paradigm and what many would consider a preposterous notion today—The Divine Right of Kings.

The Divine Right of Kings

In 1680, Sir Robert Filmer published Patriarcha, or the Natural Power of Kings. Among the principles espoused by Filmer were that Kings have a divine right of absolute power; that this power is the same as the right of a parent to govern their children; men are born into this world and under a kingdom; we are, therefore, naturally subjugated and owe our obedience to our earthly sovereign patriarch; the power of royal fatherhood began in Adam, descended to Noah and his sons after the flood and continues in the lineages of the royal patriarchs that God hath ordained to rule over men.

In 1690, John Locke published his Two Treatises of Government. The first treatise rebutted Filmer’s Patriarcha, eloquently assailing the Divine Right of Kings. Piece by piece, he dissected the Patriarcha, arguing against the absurdities presented by Filmer. Locke’s first treatise is humorous to read, in part because his style creatively mocks the notion of the Divine Right of Kings, but also because he was quite serious about the subject he was arguing. At the time, the subject was so seriously believed in, that he had to publish it anonymously.

The point? Three-hundred-odd years ago, western humanity lived under the paradigm that absolute power was vested in a king; the king could do no wrong and; all of humanity was, as a matter of divine right, subject to such authority, without question. Today, such a notion is preposterous. We are so far beyond the Divine Right of Kings that we can barely even imagine it for the purposes of historical understanding.

With the perspective of this 300-odd year old paradigm as our historical anchor, let’s begin to move our thinking forward to a time when our present notion of the "divine right" of our ever-expanding, corporate, administrative, government becomes equally preposterous.

The Divine Right of Fascism

Fascism, the amalgamation of corporate and political interests into a dictatorial authority which holds its collective power as superior to and superseding the rights of the citizenry, is rarely declared as an operative political system. But it is the primary form of government actually operating in this industrial age. From China, throughout Europe, the Americas and to the tip of Africa, fascism is cloaked in many names by governments which pretend to operate a variety of "other" political systems.

In the more "liberal" forms of fascism, people are free to protest and organize political opposition, usually to no avail. In its extreme forms, dissent is a well punished crime. Does voting, lobbying, protesting and petitioning really change the current course our country is on? Are the political/corporate machinations rolling along, undeterred by many good efforts? Is the active practice of dissent increasingly becoming a crime?

But more importantly, under what paradigm do most people relate to "their" government? Under the evidence of conduct, do we accept the "Divine Right of Fascism?"

Will we pay a tax, whether or not we owe it, just because government says we must?

Do we comply with the many regulatory "obligations" legislated only by bureaucrats?

Have we grown to accept that a "license" is necessary to travel, to marry and to engage in commerce in many areas that would otherwise be a private right?

Will we allow ourselves to be searched, photographed, scanned, cataloged and identified in compliance with the most flimsy ruse—the pretense of protection?

Can we own and use property including "our" vehicles without the direct and mandatory interposition of the state?

If we fail to pay taxes on real and personal property, will we still "own" the property?

Can our property be taken whenever it is deemed more useful for public or even commercial purposes?

Do we pull over and stop when blue lights are flashing in our rear-view mirrors, knowing that the perpetrator behind us is armed, dangerous and only here to take from us what does not rightfully belong to him or his employer?

Are many of these "requirements" instituted for the benefit of various corporate and commercial interests?

Do most Americans, knowingly or otherwise, accede to the "Divine Right of Fascism?"

We would laugh if someone claimed we were subject to the Divine Right of Kings.

But what do we accept in our relationship to the empire of fascism? Do we give our full faith and allegiance to the deity of government? How many of your friends and neighbors would give you that glassy-eyed-stare, as if you were a heretic, for detailing the evidence that 9/11 was an inside job; that there is no law that requires you to pay income tax; or George W. was not elected because votes are created, not counted, by machines? Have we really made it very far in the last three-hundred-odd years?


I offer a new definition for modern government, and, in the spirit of administrative governance, its own acronym. We are living under a Social Union of the Coercive, Kleptocratic State (SUCKS). We are compelled to participate with a state of mandatory larceny.

Most Americans have been "unified" by enfranchisement into this Social Union. With birth registration, voter application, and a myriad of applications for permission (permit, license, etc.) to operate and exist, people have simultaneously succumbed to and authorized this Social Union.

Many are enticed by the "benefits" offered by the Union. The SUCKS have a very expansive series of benefits targeting everyone from major corporations down to the homeless. Few can resist such "benevolence."

Almost everyone has been indoctrinated by the SUCKS educational system. Programming begins early at school and we are indoctrinated often as we progress through life. Enrollment in the SUCKS program is perpetual so long as one continues watching, listening and reading the mainstream media.

Those of us who are wayward and non-compliant people with notions of freedom and personal independence, have received various forms of the hard fist. Coercion is an institutionalized component of the SUCKS.

An unspoken, but fully operational component of the SUCKS is organized grand theft. To maintain the Union many must be employed and all who succumb to membership must pay for its operation. At many levels, wealth and property are taken and redistributed by the SUCKS. This satisfies both the profit and power needs of the kleptocratic regime. Some takings are for income generation; others are to exert control.

We are united under a state which operates primarily as a theft by deception scheme. Frederick Bastiat explained it in his book The Law:

"But how is this legal plunder to be identified? Quite simply. See if the law takes from some persons what belongs to them, and gives it to other persons to whom it does not belong. See if the law benefits one citizen at the expense of another by doing what the citizen himself cannot do without committing a crime."

We have the SUCKS and millions of sucks—citizens, corporations, institutions, businesses and even illegal aliens who actively live by suckling at the breasts of the SUCKS. Grants, tax incentives, government contracts and budget expenditures feed the institutional sucks; entitlement programs and a myriad of welfare programs and societal benefits feed the common sucklings. Again from Bastiat:

"Everyone wants to live at the expense of the state. They forget that the state wants to live at the expense of everyone. Government is the great fiction through which everybody endeavors to live at the expense of everybody else."

My statements may sound like extreme descriptions of government, private institutions and the citizenry, but consider two "facts": Reportedly, one-third of all workers in America are employed by governments and the average taxpayer gives over half his wages to taxes, hidden or otherwise. Do these simple "facts" adequately evidence the institutionalized suction occurring in America today?

A state of coercion

Would we willingly comply with mere requests for such wealth extraction? If a man with a gun came up to you and said give me half of all the money you have and send me half of everything you ever earn, would you open your wallet and continue to mail him half of your pay forever? Many Americans do, because strong-arm mobster tactics are an institutionalized component of the SUCKS regime.

Coercion is a government policy and many government employees carry guns so that you will be effectively coerced to give them half of what you earn and comply with their mandates, however violative they may be of any legal, lawful or common courtesy principles. In addition to gun-toting employees, those carrying briefcases and a special class of "judgment" providers in black robes facilitate the ongoing exercises of legally plundering the citizenry.

The majority of prisoners now warehoused in "correctional" facilities are not there because they violated another person or their property and therefore belong in prison. The majority of them are there because they "violated" the mandates of the SUCKS and must be coerced into compliance with the SUCKS’ institutionalized system of legal plunder.

Limited anarchy—

Limited government

The problem before us is how to create just enough government to do things for us, without creating so much government that it does things to us. How to give limited powers to a government which will serve us and keep that government within those bounds, continues to be humanity’s challenge. We have yet to demonstrate the ability to effectuate the operation of limited government on a sustainable basis.

The tendency of those who operate collective organizations like the SUCKS is to create evermore solutions in search of a problem. Or to quote Burke, "necessity is the plea for every infringement."

By finding more problems which require government as the solution, or at least by spending lots of time and money pretending to solve the problem, government expands its scope of authority. In the due course of time this expanded "authority" greatly exceeds any actual authority granted to it. Eventually, a third of the people will work for government and half of what we earn will be taken to pay for it.

The challenge

The challenge before us is how to create and maintain a limited government. Essentially, we need to develop and implement a system of government that is not much larger in its scope of authority than organized positive anarchy—"the absence of all direct or coercive government… and… the cooperative and voluntary association of individuals and groups as the principle mode of organized society".

How can we refine and redirect the American experiment in self-government? There are three phases if we plan to get anywhere:

Phase One

Phase One is where most of us in this "movement" are now—waking up America, exposing the beast—an educational process to win the hearts and minds of the people and extricate them from the SUCKS matrix. This important first step is necessary to release the population from the cage to which it has grown accustomed, but it is only a first step. We must also accept that statistically-significant numbers of individuals are uneducable and will refuse to step out of their cages and into freedom.

Phase Two

Phase Two is rarely given any serious consideration. The people can’t vote them out, sue them effectively, bring criminal charges or institute any mechanism to mandate accountability and limit the scope of their "authority." The SUCKS have afforded themselves numerous shields of immunity and offensive tactics against any person or group which attempts to dethrone them.

Those who have wreaked holy hell and havoc on this planet and its people are criminals posing as a government. Fraud, treason and crimes against humanity are but a few of the potential charges. They must suffer the consequences of their crimes and be actively removed from power. The mechanisms within our current fascist collusion of power are not designed to remove the criminals which operate the system. Phase Two requires the development of mechanisms to terminate the present paradigm of power and hold the criminal element accountable. Effective Phase Two procedures are likely to involve serious martial challenges—a potentially violent armed civil conflict between the people and the forces of "government."

Phase Three

Phase Three is perhaps our most important consideration: What system of governance do we want for our future? To move forward, we must acknowledge that the original American experiment in self-government has failed. To paraphrase Thomas Jefferson, it is our right, it is our duty to throw off such failed government and to provide new guards for our future security: "We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness. That to secure these rights, Governments are instituted among Men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed. That whenever any Form of Government becomes destructive of these ends, it is the Right of the People to alter or abolish it, and to institute new Government, laying its foundation on such principles and organizing its powers in such form, as to them shall seem most likely to effect their Safety and Happiness."

What new form of government might we institute? On what principles should it be founded? How can we organize its powers so we do not end up repeating the current failed experiment?

Are we ready to grow up and finally end our allegiance to the "Divine Right of Fascism?" How many of us are ready to move forward and what can we do with the huddling, witless masses--the clueless hordes that have surrendered their all to the present paradigm—the SUCKS?

Are you ready to live responsably, in freedom and without a coercive state regulating your every move? If so, stay tuned for some concepts in civilization engineering.

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