Friday, August 29, 2014


All is for the best
Believe in what we’re told
Blind men in the market
Buying what we’re sold

…King George was a tyrant.

…Americans won their independence.

…the founding fathers were selfless.

…the time during the Articles of Confederation was chaotic.

…a written constitution is a check on government expansion.

…the Constitution protects my rights.

…America was never about Empire.

…Lincoln saved the Union.

…Lincoln was honest.

…the West was wild.

…Japan’s aggression in Asia was a shock to the US government.

…democracy represents the best form of government.

…democracies are reluctant to go to war.

laissez-faire capitalism caused the great depression.

…Hoover was a do-nothing president.

…Stalin was a victim of Hitler’s aggression.

…Japan’s attack on Pearl Harbor was a surprise.

…World War II ended the depression.

…World War II was the good war.

…World War II was fought by the greatest generation.

…the United States defeated Hitler.

...Germany was the only combatant to commit atrocities in Europe.

…the atomic bombs ended the war.

…the atomic bombs saved one million lives.

…the US government would stand against world government.

…the US military fights for my freedom.

…the US military fights for the freedom of other, less fortunate, people.

…the global presence of the US military is an unwanted burden.

…foreign wars are almost…romantic.

…JFK was shot by a lone nut.

…by saving and working hard, you will retire into the American dream.

…money and banking must be managed by the state.

…the United States is a nation of laws, not men.

…there is a meaningful difference between democrats and republicans.

…a third party would provide the solution.

…CATO is a friend of liberty.

…Milton Friedman was a free-market economist.

…central banking is not central planning.

…central banks are necessary to regulate markets.

…nineteen men could…well, you know.

…they hate us for our freedom.

…a police officer’s job is to protect and to serve.


  1. Pangloss gave instruction in metaphysico-theologico-cosmolo-nigology. He proved admirably that there cannot possibly be an effect without a cause and that in this best of all possible worlds the baron’s castle was the most beautiful of all castles and his wife the best of all possible baronesses. —It is clear, said he, that things cannot be otherwise than they are, for since everything is made to serve an end, everything necessarily serves the best end. Observe: noses were made to support spectacles, hence we have spectacles. Legs, as anyone can plainly see, were made to be breeched, and so we have breeches. . . . Consequently, those who say everything is well are uttering mere stupidities; they should say everything is for the best.

  2. Dropping out of high-school 36 years ago, at the age of 16, was probably the best decision of my life. Even then, I realized that we were being taught pure BS; and that we were not free. The very fact that NYC schools were (and still are) a model of dystopia run amuck was proof of what could be expected in the lives of, and society composed of those therein indoctrinated. Before dropping-out, I'd spend school days riding the NYC subways to distant and unknown locales; and walking around such places. THAT was a great education! After escaping HS, I'd spend a lot of time in libraries; studying what interested me and had relevance to my life; and from the perspectives of many different authors, instead of just one which was picked for all by some communist Jew on a school board. That, and going to work as self-employed micro-businessman at that age, really taught me how the world and real-life operate- and gave me a truly well-rounded education.

    PS: Add to the BU2B list:

    " "Public" schools are there to educate and make you successful".

  3. The lies have a very long time line. How do you explain that?

    1. A well-developed toolkit for the use of the elite.

    2. Yes, the lies go way back, being founded in service an industrial revolution based on the following:

      "We don't need a nation of thinkers, we need a nation of workers." — John D. Rockefeller

  4. Rememebr the purpose of Gooferment Skrules is to produce cannon fodder for the Army, willing morons for the factories, and useful idiots to vote for and be led by the elite!