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Ending the Great Recession
... in five easy pieces
by Brian Wright

Please go to the new Coffee Coaster site implemented more gracefully in Wordpress. Full conversion by 9/12. This page @

Cracking the CodeWell, okay, they won't be so easy to get going,
but once the first step is made, the rest should follow in quick succession. Note, I'm leaving up the image and link to Pete's revolutionary book on restoring freedom from the federal state. It serves as a reminder that freeing all political prisoners is Job One in any restoration of economic health.

In a previous column contemporaneous with the 2008 election and ascendancy of the Big O—when politicians were talking about bailing out this auto company and that investment bank—I brought up a three-pronged movement to restore economic health to humankind. Particularly, to Americans. The title of my first column on this movement was: The Big-3 Freedom Stimulus Package. To summarize that column, I held that Americans could realize a net benefit of $3 trillion per year by implementing three major programs ($1 trillion annual benefit from each):

Here is my Big-Three Real-American Stimulus Package of 2009:

  1. End the War on Drugs (WOD) —Experts estimate savings to citizens and governments of $500 billion, but do not take into account damage all victims incur, including lost lives.  Total savings to humanity in the United States for ending the WOD = ~$1 trillion/year (most of the savings recurring).

  2. End the Empire—The war budget when you include everything related to the empire is ~$1.5 trillion/year, which can be pared ~2/3 if we end the bogus wars and war on terror and all the other makework projects of the war departments. Total savings to humanity in the United States for ending the US military empire = ~$1 trillion/year (some significant recurring and nonrecurring savings).

  3. End the ban on agricultural hemp—Based on estimates of market size for all the product areas hemp satisfies it’s relatively easy to see a $trillion/year role in a GDP (2007-based) of $23 trillion in private industry (which of course would require a few years to accomplish). Total benefits to humanity in the United States for ending the ban on agricultural hemp = ~$1 trillion/year recurring (starting in 3-5 years with increased productivity into the multiple $trillions going forward).

Alas, "Stating the Obvious" is not much of a program. So while I sat back with my hands behind my head waiting for the corporate state to disappear from its lack of logical or humane foundation, nothing much happened. No one from the media called, my Coffee Coaster page visits didn't change much, and book sales of The Sacred Nonaggression Principle—where I more deeply articulate the causes and cures of things—remained steady.

Here's what I've discovered from the experience of being ignored, as well as from my unabashed support of other causes that are transparently true from the highest level of abstraction to the foundations of common sense (e.g. 9/11 Truth or the deep, persistent Evil-with-a-capital-E represented by the Federal Reserve System), yet are only now acquiring widespread favor:

  1. The truth of an idea has to have time to sink into consciousnesses long accustomed to falsehood cultivated by powers who benefit enormously from the falsehood... and who spread those benefits around to those who don't ask too many questions.

  2. The numbers of those who come to know the truth and who confront directly with courage and intelligence the source of the truth's concealment[1] must reach a critical mass... so that a grassroots movement can emerge among those less inclined to face "danger." Few have the guts to be early adopters in politics.

So the freedom movement has, believe it or not, come a long way from early 2009. Nearly all the causes I've articulated on these pages—though certainly I'm not the earliest adopter in most of them—are climbing into the range of that critical mass in the general population. Without further analysis, let me list my five measures that will rapidly produce an economic revival the likes of which the world has never seen, nor will likely ever see again—don't forget that the Singularity approaches. They are:

  1. Free the political prisoners—note I placed this first, because I'm getting to be an old softy. Real people such as Pete Hendrickson and Kevin Innes have been slammered by the state because they speak truth to power. Millions of persons are in jail for violating unconstitutional statutes such as drug prohibition statutes... when in fact those who wrote and put into effect those statutes are the ones who belong in jail. (People in jail are not productive; the people who put people in jail are not only not productive, they are viciously destructive.)

  2. End the WOD—This one we are on the verge of seeing, as marijuana prohibition dies a slow, inexorable death. California on November 2 may pass an amendment to fully legalize marijuana sale and use. Humane solutions are winning out over the lies and protectionism of those who benefit from prohibition. So it's only a matter of time. Prediction: the WOD will be done like a dinner by 2012. Note, ending the WOD also means releasing vast numbers of political prisoners. As noted by Peter McWilliams and many other experts, peace will mean $1 trillion per year net social and economic benefit overnight.

  3. End the central-bank gravy train—and the War-and-Oil Machine it rode in on. What is the relationship between the Fed, the central banks of Europe, the Bank of International Settlements, and, say, the BP oil disaster in the Gulf (or the Exxon Valdez disaster, or the ongoing ravages of human communities by the Oil Cartel since its beginning, or all the wars of the 19th, 20th, and 21st centuries)? Hint, governments borrow money from the banksters to wage war; governments give the money to corporations to make tools of war; wars run on energy provided by their spoils; governments pay back the banksters with mountains of interest, coming from expropriation of citizens via taxation and debasing the currency. Stop the Cycle of the Death Star and recover people's money.

  4. End hemp prohibition... with the stroke of a pen—The world will need an engine of production to take the place of "Death Star Oil and Finance." (Note, hemp-based alcohol and other plant sources of alcohol can supply many of the energy needs that petroleum currently provides, especially automotive transportation. And it is renewable.) Hemp seeds contain protein with nearly a complete amino acid profile and also have a high percentage of healthful Omega-3 fatty acids; they can be made into protein powder or used as a tasty meat alternative. Most industrial uses for hemp have marked advantages over existing sources: paper, cloth, construction materials, and so on. Many states have legalized hemp cultivation, but are currently not defying the federal law that allows a lunatic, psychotic DEA to designate hemp as a Schedule 1 narcotic whose production and use is banned—which it has done.

  5. Restore the US Constitution—This is the broad-spectrum cure for the economic woes humans face. Mainly because the economic woes are due to plunder and killing by the alien Death Star crew. The US Constitution —restored and implemented to secure our natural condition of political freedom—is to the money power as Kryptonite to Superman. The money power—the Anglo-American Financier Oligarchy (A2FO)—can only survive and prosper in the absence of objective law protecting the natural liberties of the people.

Regarding the US Constitution, you may feel along with Lysander Spooner that it "either has authorized the government we have had, or has been powerless to prevent it." But if we go back to the meaning of the first 10 amendments, which explicitly acknowledge the natural rights of the people vis a vis the federal government, I believe the most strident anarchist will see the implementation of those "rights," and the corresponding limitation on the authority of the feds, amounts to a giant step in the right direction.

But the "Five Easy Pieces" program is solid.

It's happening. Join us. You may access the several links in the listing of these five steps for for key information. As with my "Big-Three Real-American Stimulus Package of 2009" nothing will come to fruition without a concerted effort of dedicated, motivated people like yourselves. What I feel is especially important to realize at this juncture is that political freedom is the cause of economic growth... for real people. The absence of political freedom means that real people are being ripped off. So in today's corporate-welfare-queen economy, when a Goldman-Sachs reports record profits, it only means some high-placed thieves are running away with the people's cookie jar and calling it prosperity.

Special Commemorative Aside for Peter McWilliams

All right, so I missed the date of Peter McWilliams' birth, August 5. I had mentioned to one very dedicated and enthusiastic Peter McWilliams supporter—a somewhat celebrated young lady artist in the Baltimore area, whom I'm not sure wants to be referenced here—that I would write up something into Myspace on the anniversary of Peter's birth. But I forgot. (I had entered something back on the occasion of the 10th anniversary of his death... rather his murder at the hands of goons marching to the tune of the American Psychotic Puritan State (APPS).) So she called me yesterday to remind me. And this is my response, a few days late:

Peter's benevolent life and quiet heroism in the face of relentlessly cruel and inhuman aggression by the state—the Eternal Seat of the Great Collective Unconsciousness (GCU)—make him a candidate for universal hero. August 5, the day he was born, should be marked as a national celebration of joy and freedom. We need to round up the children, hold parades down Main Street, launch fireworks, and watch grandma and grandpa slobber homemade ice cream on their shirts. Peter McWilliams is the face of the coming victory of freedom-loving individuals over the Death Star.

I've been talking about the Death Star above as a symbol of the GCU—on steroids. It's just a phrase, I realize, and it takes men to inhabit this symbol of hatred/destruction of all that is free. All that love liberty as life itself. In Peter's case, so much that they die in standing for it. My libertarian friends Pete Hendrickson and Kevin Innes, are manifestations of the same universal desire to be free that Peter McWilliams personifies. In the ongoing war for freedom, some will be lost. But eventually the humans will carry the field, and probably for centuries thereafter. Let me be (one of) the first to suggest we make a national holiday out of McWilliams' birth.

Call it Independence Day II.

Keeping the Faith

Every once in a while I lose spirit, feel that any program of restoring people's freedom and wealth is just not working, especially when a Pete or a Kevin or so many others have been grabbed by the Death Star, or when so many of my peers in the Old Paradigm world seem blocked in knowledge by the Blind Nationalist Faith syndrome... or some other mind-control disease inflicted by the insider-parasites on the body politic. I expressed this recently in an email to Tim O'Brien, proprietor and host of Small Government Alliance:


By the way, how's your optimism meter running these days? Throughout the freedom movement in general from Nolan's campaign in Arizona to the C4L's appeals for funding to defeat this atrocious bill or that one--usually unsuccessfully--to Pete's incarceration based on the law of arbitrary judge whim and, what’s more scary, 12 cowardly losers in the jury box, it just seems no one has any money, and success is simply not going to happen. And BrasscheckTV is always reminding me how deep the rabbit hole goes with stories like this one.

How does one not get depressed when arms manufacturers funded by central banks place into the hands of government "killers for hire," as Spooner liked to call them, such 'weapons' of mass destruction as cluster bombs? I just want to scream inside… and outside. I'm sure you realize that in the late great wars in SE Asia, more than 2,000,000 civilians were ruthlessly slaughtered, many, probably most, of them in the most cruel and inhuman manner imaginable. You were absolutely right, the libertarians needed to be in the front of the marches against all these statist-corporate wars.  

Anyway, despite my natural tendency to look on the bright side sometimes it's easy to give in to the despair.

But then I read my own columns and recognize that the people are beginning to not only come to the truth, but to swarm to the truth. What's masked our imminent penetration of the Barrier Cloud--my term from the Sacred Nonaggression Principle--is that the MSM has so thoroughly imposed its system of fraudulent correctness throughout its minions that the masses don't hear or see or understand what's really happening. Nobody heard about Pete's liberating discoveries from the media. But the Web is going to blow that all to hell. By the way, you are familiar with Operation Mockingbird, correct?

I really don't see where the Ollies (Oligarchy) high and low are going to run. If martial law doesn't work (following this false-flag economic assault on humanity), I think they're going to try to push the self-destruct button, either with a 9/12 kind of nuclear or biological weapon or a pandemic. I just hope we have enough human-friendlies on the inside to thwart the effort. So the key, aside from having persons monitoring these deep  power psychopaths, is to break the mind hold of the MSM… and its so-called academic resources. Which is my biggest argument for urgency on the 9/11 Truth movement. I think intellectual rebellion from the orthodoxy of the Official Conspiracy Theory by one key journalist of current 'Old Paradigm' system stature--John Stossel, Judge Napolitano?--will end the Old Paradigm practically overnight:

End of central banking, release of political prisoners, end of the drug war, legalization of hemp (as a much-needed fundamental engine of production worldwide), end of the wars and empire, end of the military qua killing machine, recovery by honest humanity of massive quantities of wealth from the cabal who took it over the decades, healthful food and environment, healthful medicine, and so on. I believe we are sitting on the threshold of the New Paradigm. Which is why I did bring to your attention that 'success system' business.

Anyway, thanks for listening.  What do you see happening in the 2010 elections? What is your take on the Tea Party 'party' in Michigan?


then he responded optimistically as follows:

Hey, BW:

As for my Optimism Meter, it has never been higher -- and continues to climb!  Were you and I able to travel back to when we first met in the liberty movement (nearly three decades ago -- yikes!), my younger self would have thought these claims of impending progress made by ourselves from the future to be delusional:

  1. The "Right to Keep and Bear Arms" will be largely restored as nearly all the states -- including Michigan -- put the burden of proof back on the government to show why a carry permit should be denied to a sane, law-abiding citizen.  (Note: hand-wringing predictions of  a nationwide Deadwood with shootouts over traffic mishaps will not result.)
  2. The government education monopoly will be in serious jeopardy as millions -- literally millions -- of parents drop their kids out of school system entirely and opt to educate them themselves in what will become a hugely powerful "Home-school Movement."
  3. State after state will reassert it legitimate sovereignty by flat-out defying federal prohibitions (e.g., marijuana) and mandates (e.g., Real ID conformity/database)

Returning to the present, the recent "Tea Party" movement is showing real potential for changing the political landscape because it has (so far, anyway) avoided two, huge pitfalls:

  1. It has neither ignored the reality of the "Two-party System," trying to transform it by adding a new player, nor allowed itself to be whipsawed by it into backing old party candidates based on the lesser-of-two-evils, loss-mitigation theory.
  2. It has stayed fundamentally libertarian (unlike the Republican Party of W & Co. which Tea Partiers hold in very low esteem), rather than allowing itself to be hijacked by right-to-lifers, warmongers, homophobes, xenophobes, etc.  While it is true that the Tea Party movement is focused exclusively on economic liberty, better that it ignores personal liberty issues than turn against them as the price of electoral success (another example of Ben Franklin's famous observation that in adopting such a strategy you will in the end lose both.)



So that's a good note to end on.

I don't think Tim is necessarily on board with my analysis of the Barrier Cloud or who is behind it, but it doesn't matter. What we are seeing in America and in the world today is revolutionary, and Death Star politics—the Pathocracy—is on its last legs. I only wish more people had a sense of urgency, particularly about springing the political prisoners like Pete and Kevin. We need 24/7 vigils of thousands of people outside the walls of their prisons! My heart so goes out to them and their families. You will be freed... and you will be avenged.

May the SNaP be with you.
May its face shine upon you,
and be gracious unto you.
May it lift up your countenance,
and give you peace.

[1] I talk about a concept known as the Barrier Cloud (BC) in my book The Sacred Nonaggression Principle. The BC—a major obstacle to the achievement of a society without aggression—has an external cause and an internal cause. The external cause originates from a 'sickness of power' in a small number of secretive psychopaths: it is this sickness, candidly, that good men must stand up to in order to defeat the bad guys and establish a free, healthful society.

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