London Cops Waterboard Pot Suspects

Monday, 29 June 2009 by Mike Gogulski
crime, police, torture | 1 Comment »

With comments by Brad Taylor at the Free Agents Network:

To be housed, and rehoused

Wednesday, 15 April 2009 by Mike Gogulski
mind control, people | Comments Off on To be housed, and rehoused

Last July I blogged the story of Sydney Davis of Swindon, England, who was arrested for "possession of an offensive weapon" or some silly thing when police observed him carrying a piece of wood and chasing off delinquent teenagers who ...

Change we can believe in

Thursday, 22 January 2009 by Mike Gogulski
art, economics, history, mind control, politics | Comments Off on Change we can believe in

[caption id="attachment_1506" align="aligncenter" width="500" caption="Change we can believe in (Pure silver, silver, me hearties! Yaaaar!)"][/caption] Original image by Ian-S @, who writes: Found in the Norfolk (UK) village of Snettisham in 1985, the contents of a narrow-necked roman pot were found ...

We don’t intend to pay for the crisis!

Thursday, 13 November 2008 by Mike Gogulski
activism | 10 Comments »

Hmm, maybe the anarcho-syndicalists around here have something up their collective sleeve... [My translation from original Slovak at the Priama ackia ("Direct Action") website. All errors mine.] Priama Akcia's call: “We don’t intend to pay for the crisis!” Activism opportunity in Slovakia ...

Free Enterprise: The Antidote to Corporate Plutocracy

Monday, 27 October 2008 by Mike Gogulski
philosophy | 2 Comments »

Bravo to Keith Preston of the Attack the System blog for winning the UK-based Libertarian Alliance's £1,000 Chris R. Tame Memorial Prize for best essay, which I blogged about here. Curiously absent among many libertarian, conservative, or free-market critiques of interventions ...

Terry Gilliam: ex-American

Sunday, 21 September 2008 by Mike Gogulski
people | 12 Comments »

Hey lookie there! Other people do renounce their US citizenship! From CBS News, 6 October 2006: Terry Gilliam Sounds Off Director Of 'Brazil' Says Current Events Parallel His Cult Movie Visionary director Terry Gilliam, whose 1985 film "Brazil" was a classic tale of terrorized ...

Stealing for thieves

Tuesday, 15 July 2008 by Mike Gogulski
crime, mind control | 5 Comments »

From ABC News: Day of Reckoning? Super Rich Tax Cheats Outed by Bank Clerk Technician in Liechtenstein Turns Over Names of Americans With Secret Bank Accounts [caption id="attachment_204" align="alignright" width="231" caption="Heinrich Kieber, fuckface extraordinaire"][/caption] Hundreds of super-rich American tax cheats have, in effect, turned ...

Criminalizing the defense of property

Sunday, 13 July 2008 by Mike Gogulski
crime, police | Comments Off on Criminalizing the defense of property

Ah, merry old England, where a man's home iswas his castle... From the Daily Mail: Yobs threw rocks at his house for years. But the father who fought back is arrested For more than two years, Sydney Davis's house has been under siege ...

Random acts of war

Monday, 16 June 2008 by Mike Gogulski
war | Comments Off on Random acts of war

From The Washington Post: Britain, E.U. Plan Iran Sanctions 16 June 2008 British Prime Minister Gordon Brown on Monday announced plans for new sanctions against Iran and a small increase in troops for Afghanistan, handing President Bush a symbolic boost on the last ...

42 days: UK accelerates slide into police state

Thursday, 12 June 2008 by Mike Gogulski
police, politics, prison, surveillance | 3 Comments »

It is a principle of English common law that if the State is to arrest someone, it must charge them with a crime in relatively short order, or release them. It is known as the habeas corpus doctrine, and has ...
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