Today’s meme shows what agorist cardboard “protest” signs look like. To my knowledge, the man on the right is unknown, but the woman on the left is Regan Keely, who wrote, “AGORISM: Empower Yourself, Empower Others,” and “It is Time to Transcend Politics.” If you’d like to see how agorism is applicable to the real world, then be sure to read my fanfic, “An Agorist Anecdote.”
Today’s meme is a derivative work from the Gadsden variant of the agorist flag. While experimenting with the free and open-source GNU Image Manipulation Program, I made this porcupine variant due to market demand for an alternate simply because some individuals found the Gadsden snake to be intimidating. This porcupine image was copied from the Free State Project logo (feel free to “sue” me and every other derivative work of the libertarian porcupine, you almighty FSP Board of Directors, because as Sam Konkin once said, copyright is the rip-off that dares not mention its name). For more information about agorism, feel free to read the novel, Alongside Night.
In “honor” of the Donald’s electoral “win” of the “popular vote,” I figured today’s meme would be appreciated by those who understand the dangers of the warfare state, especially considering that Trump told Alex Jones that he is very militaristic. For more information on the dangers of authoritarian militarism, please read, Ending War-Mongering: How to Persuade Conservatives & Soldiers to Resist the Warfare State.
Today’s meme collection is provided courtesy of the Adam Kokesh Dank Meme Stash, which has largely arisen due to the recent disclosures by Macey Tomlin. Kokesh’s ex-fiancé claimed that she was fraudulently induced to a sex contract (along the lines of something akin to Fifty Shades of Grey) as well as being treated badly on a regular basis by him for the better part of two years; another of her claims is that Kokesh told her that when she was sad and crying, it made her so unattractive that he’d rather masturbate in a parking lot. Please as patient regarding further details of Kokesh’s latest scandal (which he has had plenty of in the past), as there is more information still left to be vetted, given that there is a possible connection between Tomlin’s disclosures and the legal issues revolving around the so-called “Freedom Ranch” in Yavapai County, Arizona; please be aware that some individuals might consider a few of the memes to be NSFW.
Today’s meme highlights the actual relationship between corporations and the State. A similar meme can be found @ Using Big Government as a Bulwark Against Big Business? For more exposition, please read The Left-Right Paradigm Clarified, Understanding Libertarian Morality, and Some Thought on Argumentation Ethics.
Today’s meme reflects how Thomas Jefferson, in a 1799 letter to Tench Coxe, considered the desire for a man to seek political office as the beginning of corruption.