Monthly Archives: August 2016

A Statist Trolls Indivisible

I take great pride in scathing, negative reviews–especially ones laced with personal insults. It means that my story has affected them.

However, I do appreciate it when my small but loyal following down votes their review on Amazon. In a way, a one-star review with 20+ down votes is just as good as a four star review.

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Nietzsche On The State

State is the name of the coldest of all cold monsters. Coldly it tells lies too; and this lie crawls from its mouth: “I, the state, am the people.”

It’s a lie!

The state lies in all the tongues of good and evil; and whatever it says it lies–and whatever it has it has stolen.

It will give you everything if you worship it, the new idol: thus it purchases the luster of your virtue and the look of your proud eyes.

–Friedrich Nietzsche, Thus Spoke Zarathustra

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Free Ryan Lochte!

I just knew something was fishy about Lochte’s recant.

Turns out, YES, he was robbed–or more accurately, shaken down–by the mafioso posing as police in Brazil.

I knew it!

And no, he didn’t vandalize anything.

So why did he recant?

Because his experience contradicted the ultra-national, corpo-fascist narrative–namely, that the Olympics are some sort of divine, religious rite. For an Olympian to suggest the reality that Brazil is a corrupt, socialist, banana-republic is blasphemy to the religion of the Olympiads. It is improbable that Lochte has any skills that could elicit the remunerations he garners as a swimmer. Unfortunately for him, he has only one possible employer: the ultra-national, corpo-fascist, Olympic bureaucracy. The high priests forced him to  recant…to prostrate himself and affirm his subservience to the Olympic religion, “I lied. Brazil is a socialist paradise!” If he refused to do this, he would be broken on the rack of financial ruin.

Some of us proles can think for ourselves, Ryan. We support you.


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Hayek On Why Corruption Is Inevitable

“Just as the democratic statesman who sets out to plan economic life will soon be confronted with the alternative of either assuming dictatorial powers or abandoning his plans, so the [aspiring] totalitarian dictator would soon have to choose between disregard of ordinary morals and failure. It is for this reason that the unscrupulous and uninhibited are likely to be more successful in a society tending towards totalitarianism.”

–F.A. Hayek, The Road to Serfdom

In other words, those who are willing to compromise their morals are much more easily promoted in governmental (and corporate) bureaucracies.

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Standing Armies

…The Anti-Federalists adamantly opposed them.

“In despotic governments, as well as all the monarchies of Europe, standing armies are kept up to execute the commands of the prince or the magistrate, and are employed for this purpose when occasion requires: But they have always proved the destruction of liberty, and are abhorrent to the spirit of a free republic.” –Brutus (probably Robert Yates, October 18, 1787)

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On Organized Mass Demonstration

“Five hundred thousand people gathered on the National Mall beneath the five hundred-foot-tall Masonic phallus dedicated to the memory of George Washington…”


From Indivisible: Come and Take It

Five hundred thousand people gathered on the National Mall beneath the five hundred-foot-tall Masonic phallus dedicated to the memory of George Washington. They waved placards and shouted slogans calling for more government-funded jobs programs, the resignation of the president, and free money—and why not? The cronies had all gotten theirs. How about some cash for the great unwashed? These middle-class people were reeling; they were economic refugees from the unabated financial crises that had wiped out their savings, increased prices fifty times over, and wrecked their lives. Some hurled curses and raged, but the vast majority stood quietly and politely clapped as each speaker got up at the podium before the reflecting pond and actualized their “I have a dream” moments. No media was present and the demonstration was invisible to the rest of the country. When their permit expired at 8 p.m., battalions of Americorps and mounted police in riot gear converged, hosing the protesters down with skunk water and tossing flashbang grenades into the clusters of humanity. By 10 p.m., it was all over, and an army of migrant workers and garbage trucks was on scene cleaning up the mess left behind. Suffice it to say, the peaceful demonstration failed to convince the president to resign.

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Great Review of ‘Come and Take It’

James Dakin of Bison Prepper writes:

Another successful effort by Troy.  In fact, I’d say that each of his books improves exponentially.  More than just another Militia Porn novel, more than just a sequel.  Take everything you’ve enjoyed about this authors other books, combine them and Indivisible 2 is better. 

Of course, as usual, it is too short.  You’ll want more, and sooner.  But art cannot be rushed-this is certainly not another hack churning out another paycheck.  Parts were post-collapse ( of course, a soft collapse in that it isn’t the end of the world but merely the end of an empire ), but mostly this is from the ground floor of a bloody and hard fought insurgency.  No jingoistic flag waving, no unrealistic heroic soap opera, just cold reality of necessity rather than patriotic fervor… READ MORE

I implore you to check out Mr. Dakin’s excellent survivalist blog, Bison Prepper. No flag-waving echo-chamber, Bison Prepper offers thought-provoking perspectives and a visceral writing style. Great stuff.

On Boiling Frogs

“The serfs were as contented frogs, frogs that were slowly warming in a cauldron of inflation, regulation and surveillance as their wealth was robbed, their self reliance was destroyed, and their standards of living began a long, slow descent back into to the Stone Age.  “But who cares?” Devin thought, “so long as one can watch a million channels in three dimensions.”

From the thriller Goldstein



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“Be not afraid for the terror by night; nor for the arrow that flieth by…”

The nation boils in a cauldron of economic collapse and sectarian violence. Isolated and under siege, the president withdraws into the security of his flying bunker while attempting to implement his Amero Plan to save the union and restore order. Assistant Treasury Secretary Maiden Lane, her loyalty strained by serving two masters, finds herself in peril beyond the government’s zone of control. Jimmy Marzan is separated from his company during a firefight and rescues an orphaned boy on the desolate road leading back to his unit. And Jess Clayton defends her home and young daughter from repossession and armed looters.

They must learn how to fight for survival in a world after money dies.

Indivisible: Come and Take It is the second book in the Indivisible series following Indivisible: With Justice for Some.


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