Fuzz Newsletter: EVEN MORE [FORWARD OBSERVER] Georgia indicts 61 anarchists -- details inside . A RARE FUZZNEWS


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Rightful liberty is unobstructed action according to our will within limits
drawn around us by the equal rights of others...” ~
Thomas Jefferson


Fuzz -- that IS the definition.   BLACK'S Law Dictionary define "anarchy:" as Absence of government."  It also defines "anarchy" as "lawlessness".  But that then assumes that -- legally -- "government" means "laws" and that "no government" means "absence of LAWS", as well.  Equating "government" with "laws" and "no government" with "no laws"is a slippery slope -- also another cute legal term.
 
Also, as humans evolved into "tribes" the tribes did not have a government, but they did have rules of conduct and behavior.  And they had a chief or a leader to help keep the traditions and the tribal "laws" moving along with the births and deaths of the generations.
 
So, your concise statement is absolutely correct!
 
Hope you are doing okay!   Love, Leatha

Leatha, yes, I'm fine... didn't expect this to go so far...
Always good to have legal advice in something like this. Thank you and thanks to Blacks Legal Dictionary, I keep one too, but we are NOT talking about abandoning the rule of law, simply putting it in private hands where we at least have peaceful choices. No force or threat of force.

Insurance companies would take an important role in all of this... also private security companies... often hired by insurance companies to protect their customers... peacefully....

There's a wealth of information on the subject of Natural Law, Anarchy and Voluntarism. Also an interesting history of how these things come to be and how they worked out at different times throughout history. Just know that Freedom ain't free...

Gotta Run... but don't forget> Peace and Freedom at the same time. Fuzz



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On Monday, September 18th, 2023 at 11:08 AM, [email protected] <[email protected]> wrote:

Chip -- that IS the definition.   BLACK'S Law Dictionery define "anarchy:" as Absence of government."  It also defines "anarchy" as "lawlessness".  But that then assumes that -- legally -- "government" means "laws" and that "no government" means "absence of LAWS", as well.  Equating "government" with "laws" and "no government" with "no laws"is a slippery alope -- also another cute legal term.
 
Also, as humans evolved into "tribes" the tribes did not have a government, but they did have rules of conduct and behavior.  And they had a chief or a leader to help keep the traditions and the tribal "laws" moving along with the births and deaths of the generations.
 
So, your concise statement is absolutely correct!
 
Hope you are doing okay!   Love, Leatha

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From: Fuzz <[email protected]>
To: [email protected]
Subject: Re: [FORWARD OBSERVER] Georgia indicts 61 anarchists -- details inside. A RARE FUZZNEWS
Date: Tue, 12 Sep 2023 14:53:13 +0000

Mike,
When you get down to the bone, what does the word Anarchist mean? If you get past the first couple pages of politically vested opinion makers, you end up with a simple statement: Anarchism means no government. Doesn't mean no law, doesn't mean no rules, it just means no government.

Does it say communist? Not any more than it did in 1936 in Franco's Spain... they called themselves anarchists... but you know, they were just a bunch of commies throwing bombs...

 

There are other ways to describe anarchism: Natural Law, how we would act in the absence of government. Volunteerism, we make our decisions voluntarily... for our own benefit, and for those we deal with. No force or threat of force. This is on the Global Mind right now... pay attention. Aren't you the one who asked if this government was worth saving? Name me one that is... People smart as you are asking. Some of us have been looking to you for leadership. You there Mike?

 

In your musings, you must have wondered at the mood in Philadelphia on those hot humid days where our forefathers debated, fought and argued the kind of government America would have. Of course Jefferson and Franklin were the stars of the show, had their eye's on the ball from the beginning. But Patric Henry was a preachers son... took it all to heart, and said in one of his most passionate speeches, "Give me Liberty or give me Death!" You think that's impossible now?

 

So Mike, you've just thrown the very best (and most curious) of your followers under the bus when you equated Anarchism to Communism... sick men and women grasping at their dwindling criminal power base.

 

There's a wealth of books on the subject if you like, I'd be happy to send a reading list that includes Llewellyn Rockwell Jr, Stephan Molyneux and others. I just find it hard to believe you've never come across the bottom line of individual sovereignty. I mean, in a world full of countries angry at their governments, this is a real chance to break through... Chancy, yes, but look around you! What could be chancier that what we have now?

 

So I've been walking around with your depiction of anarchists and communists being the same... And I keep coming up with the same conclusion. You're too smart to miss the point here... so my question is this... are you bought somehow? Fuzz
 
 





“Rightful
liberty is unobstructed action according to our will within limits
drawn around us by the equal rights of others...” ~ Thomas
Jefferson


Wanna support my efforts? I've been mostly in the States since January 2021, and I have to say, some of you have been very generous, Thank You! My Book Sales are up, and I've got a place to stay here in Bisbee. Still, I'm on the road, and need low octane gas and cheap motels once and awhile... so if you're in the mood, I can tell you whatever you send is going in the tank.
Fuzz On the Road: Donate Here

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Buy my book, "Bohemian Road Trip." ...required reading for old fools and goils that just wanna have fun...






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On Thursday, September 7th, 2023 at 6:16 AM, Mike Shelby <[email protected]> wrote:

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Good morning! Mike here from Forward Observer, and here's what's on my radar...


Last week, I sent you an email warning that the same Far Left groups involved in the 2020 Summer of Love were gearing up for 2024.

 

I was going to send you some specifics about their strategies, but instead...

 

Well, you're going to want to hear this first.

 

Do you remember the "Stop Cop City" protest outside Atlanta, Georgia?

 

Anarchists torched a police car, harassed construction workers, destroyed private property, and committed a bunch of other acts of violence and intimidation.

 

One anarchist even allegedly tried to shoot and kill a Georgia State Trooper.

 

Well, a Georgia Grand Jury on Tuesday released a RICO indictment against 61 anarchist militants, some of whom were charged with domestic terrorism.

 

I read the full 110-page indictment so you don't have to. Here are four important points:

 

1. The anarchists said they were receiving support from area non-profit groups. One anarchist even implied that some of these non-profits began to support violence, describing it as "a stark departure from many nonprofits' more risk averse approach to political action."

 

If true, this level of support is a crucial sign that the Far Left may be able to continue their revolutionary campaigns in 2024.

 

2. These networks are well-funded and deep. The Network for Strong Communities is a 501(c)(3) non-profit group dedicated to "social justice" but really supports anarchist operations with access to food, mutual aid, bail funds, and leadership development.

 

According to the indictment, this social justice group raked in millions of dollars in public and political donations, which is then used to post bail for anarchist militants and financially support their operations.

 

In one instance, this group posted a $392,000 cash bail for a militant charged with domestic terrorism.

 

3. This non-profit also covered the expenses to purchase handheld radios, ammunition, surveillance equipment, and a drone, among other numerous items for the anarchist group. Upon clearing a "defend the forest" encampment, police allegedly found materials to make Molotov cocktails and a pipe bomb.

 

4. Lastly, we learned that this group seems to have been running a network of safe houses which were used to dole out material goods, and also act as a way to pass information via word of mouth to prevent electronic surveillance.

 

This is just a glimpse of what you'll find when you peek behind the curtain with Far Left Playbook, my new weekly intel briefing on how anarchist, socialist, and communist groups are preparing for another run in 2024.

 

I'll send out another FO Radar email next week discussing parts of the 2024 Far Left strategies, and will publish my next Far Left Playbook report for subscribers on Friday.

 

If you know someone who may be interested in receiving these Radar emails, would you please forward this to them?

 

Until next time, be well and stay out front.

 

Always Out Front,

Mike Shelby

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