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Think about the agendas behind universal vaccination, climate change, universal psychiatric treatment, GMO food, and other ‘science-based’ frauds.

They all imply a false collectivist model, in which individuals give up their power in exchange for ‘doing good’ and becoming members of the largest group in the world: ‘disabled’ people with needs that must be addressed and satisfied.

Instead of supporting the liberation of the individual, the controllers want to squash it. Why? Because they fear individual power.

It is forever the unpredictable wild card. They want a society in which every thought an individual thinks connects him to a greater whole—and if that sounds attractive, understand that this Whole is a fiction, intentionally faked to resemble a genuine oceanic feeling.

— Jon Rappoport


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The urge to save humanity is almost always a false-face for the urge to rule it.

— H. L. Mencken

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An attitude of moderation is apt to be misunderstood when passions
are greatly excited and when victory is apt to rest with the extremists
on one side or the other; yet I think it is in the long run the only
wise attitude…

– Theodore Roosevelt

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There can be no compromise on basic principles.

There can be no compromise on moral issues.

There can be no compromise on matters of knowledge, of truth, of rational conviction.

— Ayn Rand

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Academies that are founded at public expense are instituted not so much to cultivate men’s natural abilities as to restrain them.

— Baruch Spinoza

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There is no inherent misdirection in holding unorthodox views. Indeed, the autonomous individual, free from compulsive conformance and unquestioned assumptions, is likely to be unorthodox…

They stimulate the climate of controversy without which political democracy becomes an empty formalism.

— Snell Putney

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Every day that we allow ourselves to take things for granted, every day that we allow some little physical infirmity or worldly worry to come between us and our obstinate, indignant, defiant exultation, we are weakening our genius for life.

–John Cowper Powys

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The civilized man has a moral obligation to be skeptical, to demand the credentials of all statements that claim to be facts.

— Bergan Evans

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If you want to be free, there is but one way; it is to guarantee an equally full measure of liberty to all your neighbors. There is no other.

— Carl Schurz

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I love agitation and investigation and glory in defending unpopular truth against popular error.

— James A. Garfield