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IN THE BROOKLYN SUPREME COURT 2ND JUDICIAL DISTRICT KINGS COUNTY, NEW YORK STATE

In the matter between:

) Case: ______________________ ) Bernard Bey ) Motion for Leave to Proceed In Forma Applicant ) Pauperis to file: ) Notice of Motion: Petition to Appear as a and ) Pro Se Amicus Curiae in Support of ) both Applicants and Respondents; & Bernard and Vickie Manley ) Brief in Propria Persona by In Forma Respondents ) Pauperis Amici Curiae Lara ) Johnstone .. ..

MOTION FOR LEAVE TO PROCEED IN FORMA PAUPERIS The

Petitioner

asks

leave

to

file

the

attached

Notice

of

Motion:

Petition to Appear as a Pro Se Amicus Curiae in Support of both Applicants and Respondents and Brief in Propria Persona by In Forma Pauperis Amici Curiae Lara Johnstone, providing this AnthroCorpocentric court, and its Applicant and Respondents subjects, with a Guerrylla Law Perspective. Petitioner has previously been granted leave to proceed in forma pauperis in the following South African court(s): (i)

Cape Town High Court: 22/09/2009 Clerk: Ms. VP Fassie

Petitioner has not previously been granted leave to proceed in forma pauperis in any United States Court. Petitioner’s affidavit or declaration in support of this motion is attached hereto.

AFFIDAVIT OR DECLARATION IN SUPPORT OF MOTION FOR LEAVE TO PROCEED IN FORMA PAUPERIS I, Lara Johnstone, am the Amicus petitioner in the above-entitled case, cited as Bernard Bey v Bernard and Vickie Manley. In support of my motion to proceed in forma pauperis, I state that because of my voluntary poverty I am unable to file this Amicus in accordance to generally required Rules of Court procedures; however


I believe the issues are of relevance and interest to the court and deserve to be considered, in support of the Applicant and Respondents. 1. My husband, Demian Emile Johnson, has been in prison in California, since October 1982, for felony murder. We married in Folsom Prison on 11 October 1997, whereupon I processed the paperwork to become a legal resident (INS # A77 177 281; CA Drivers Licence #: CA: B9644585). I was arrested by San Francisco INS on 31 January 2002, and deported to South Africa on 03 March 2002, denied the right to return for 10 years. Attempts to resolve the matter with Pretoria Embassy and Johannesburg Homeland Security Department have been unsuccessful, as they state that the INS have lost my file. Considering the reality that I probably shall never see my husband again, I considered filing for divorce. However I refused to lie on various affidavits, and the appointed Attorney refused to represent me, if I insisted on telling the truth. Consequently, I am still married, considered amicably separated, but have received no financial support from my husband at any time during our marriage. As a result of my Ecocentric worldview (simplified by Dmitry Orlov as “being poor on purpose is much easier than being poor as a result of suddenly having less than you are accustomed to having. Voluntary poverty is a hell of a lot easier than involuntary poverty”), I live a subsistence lifestyle wherein I grow food for me and my parents, barter (vermicompost and guano fertilizer which I receive from cleaning a pigeon racer’s Aviary) for rent, internet access and food, and have as little contact with the financial Fiat currency Debt Based Economic Growth (exponential use of finite resources for short term profits) Consumptionist grid as possible. I run a small Vermicompost worm farm, all deliveries and transport is done by pedal power: bicycle and bicycle trailer. Consequently, my income source’s, do not include any income from my husband, and my own are as follows: Self Employment: Average of approximately R500 ($50.00), or less per month. Income from Real Property: $0. Interests and Dividends: $0. Gifts: $0 Alimony: $0. Child Support: $0.Retirement: $0. Disability: $0. Unemployment: $0. Public Assistance: $0. Other: $0. Total Monthly Income: Approximately R500.00 ($50.00) 2. Employment history for past two years. As above. Self Employed: Gross Monthly Income: Average: R500.00 3. Spouse Employment History: California Prison, since 1982. Gross Monthly Pay: $0. 4. Money in Bank Account: Standard Bank: Savings Account: R6,000 ($600). Spouse: $0 (as far as I am aware). 5. Assets: Home: Zero/None. Motor Vehicle: Zero/None Other Assets: Zero/None.

Other Real Estate: Zero/None Bicycle & Trailer: 1

6. Every person or business owing me money. None .


7. Persons who rely on me for support: None. 8. Average Monthly Expenses: I live with my parents, whereby I pay rent by barter. In exchange for looking after the house, when they go away, growing food, and providing compost and fertilizer, I receive free rent, electricity, toiletries and internet. Consequently: Rent or Mortgage Payment: $0. Cellphone: Approx $10/year. Home Maintenance: $0. Food: $0. Clothing: Secondhand: $20/year. Laundry: $0. Transportation: $0 (Pedal power) Recreation: $0 (Internet) Insurance: $0 Taxes: $0. Installment Payments: $0. Alimony: $0 / Other: $0. Medical/Dental: $0 (Eat and live healthy & embrace death: be fully alive) Regular Expenses: Bicycle service, broken bucket, etc): Approx: $20/year. Total: Approx: $50 per year; about $4. per month. 9. I expect no major changes in my monthly income or expenses, or in my assets or liabilities for the next 12 months. 10. I will not be paying an attorney any money for services in connection with this case, including the completion of this form. 11. I will not be paying anyone other than an attorney any money for services in connection with this case, including the completion of this form. 12. As stated above: See Ecocentric Worldview. I declare under penalty of perjury that the foregoing is true and correct. Executed on: 31 October , 2012

________________________________ Lara Johnstone


IN THE BROOKLYN SUPREME COURT 2ND JUDICIAL DISTRICT KINGS COUNTY, NEW YORK STATE

In the matter between:

) ) Bernard Bey ) Applicant ) ) and ) ) Bernard and Vickie Manley ) Respondents ) )

Case: ______________________ Notice of Motion: Petition to Appear as a Pro Se Amicus Curiae in Support of both Applicants and Respondents

Take Notice that Lara Johnstone, member of the Radical Honoursty culture, and founder of the Guerrylla Law Political Party and CommonSism ideology, herewith applies to the above Honourable Court, for the following orders: [1]

For an Order to approve the Petitioner to Appear In Forma Pauperis Pro Se,

with leniency on procedure, and pro hac vice for the limited purpose of being admitted as an Amicus Curiae: [1.1]

In Forma Pauperis, pursuant to 28 USC ยง 1915.

[1.2]

Pro Se (propria persona / pro per), pursuant to Section 35 of the Judiciary Act of 1789, 1 Stat. 73, 92

[1.3]

Leniency on procedure, in terms of Haines v. Kerner, 404 U.S. 519, 520 (1972) (providing that some leniency is appropriate in determining whether a pro se complaint meets the requirements of the Rules of Civil Procedure).

[1.4]

Pro hac vice in terms of Rule 500.4 of the Court of Appeals, State of New York, Rules of Practice.

[2]

For an Order to approve the Applicant as an Ecocentric Amici Curiae in these

AnthroCorpoCentric proceedings in the form of written submissions in accordance


with Rule 500.231, of the Court of Appeals, State of New York, Rules of Practice, wherein the Amicus shall demonstrate that: [2.1]

A ‘credible’ judicial system – like the gender balanced Mosuo in South West China who have no rape (not even a word in their language for rape, because it does not exist), no murder, no suicide and no unemployment; – is one which accurately applies the relevant natural or scientific laws, to attain a specific related required result of inter-human and intra-species harmony and balance; i.e. (A) the laws of nature/ecology, recognizing that a healthy ecological environment, with due regard for regulating human procreation and resource utilization behaviour in accordance with the carrying capacity laws of sustainability is a sine qua non for all other constitutional rights; and (B) the laws of human nature; recognizing that culture’s2 and sub-cultures3 whose members practice brutal honesty, self sufficiency,

personal

procreation

and

consumption

responsibility,

transparency and commitment to root cause problem solving have far greater harmony amongst their members, than tribes or cultures whose members practice political correctness, sycophancy, hypocrisy, parasitism, denial of responsibility, secrecy masquerading as ‘privacy’, and a focus on Public Relations Image Management Pretend problem solving. [2.2]

A credible Judicial System would find that the Applicant was born unloved and unwanted, as a consequence of AnthroCorpoCentric Legislator’s failure to legislate Breeding / Parenting licences, to protect the rights of unborn and unwanted children, from unloving and incompetent parenting; while hypocritically

demanding

Occupational

Licences

for

hundreds

of

occupations, sometimes even from children for lemonade stands, to protect those occupations consumers from alleged incompetent service and products; as a result of their corrupt endorsement of the Corporatocracy’s Human Factory Farming Matrix: Poverty stricken voters for the Slavery Vote Farm ghetto’s; and Surplus labour for the Cannon Fodder War Economy Racket. 1

http://www.courts.state.ny.us/ctapps/500rules.htm#Amicus Mosuo culture in SW China 3 Delancey Street Foundation 2


[2.3]

A credible Judicial System would find that the Applicant was born unloved and unwanted, as a consequence of the destruction of strong family and culturally

homogenous

tribal

values

by

Corporate

Multicultural

Colonialism: the ideal Egotist Consumptionism cultural Ideology for Multinational Capitalism; where all states and all cultures are colonized as consumptionist slaves to Multinational Corporations. [2.4]

A credible Judicial System would find that the Applicant was born unloved and unwanted, as a consequence of the destruction of strong family and culturally homogenous tribal values by Politically Correct Idiot Compassion – ‘Anti-Personal Responsibility’, etc -- Lifestyle Politics Activists.

[2.5]

A credible Judicial System would find that the conduct representations of the Republican/Democratic Parties, McDonalds/KFC and NAACP/Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) and Jesse Jackson/Al Sharpton, don’t give a flying fuck about taking responsibility for how their actions result in the birth of unwanted and unloved children, in fact the more unloved and unwanted children the better for their victimhood welfare-vote-farm, poverty pimping and cannon fodder schemes. If the Applicant is willing to take responsibility for finding love and healing his pain and hurt, by signing up to go to Delancey Street Foundation to find a Delancey Street family; the Republican/Democratic Parties, McDonalds/KFC and NAACP/ Southern Poverty Law Center(SPLC) and Jesse Jackson/Al Sharpton, should be ordered to each submit an amount of $25,000 to a trust fund, to be available for the Applicant, should he choose to accept it, once he graduates – healed and loved

from the Delancey Street Foundation

Tough Love Family/Tribe. TAKE NOTICE FURTHER that the Petitioner’s, In Forma Pauperis Notice of Motion and Declaration, and

Ecocentric Amicus Curiae is filed herewith in

support of this application. TAKE NOTICE FURTHER that 16 Taaibos Ave, Heatherpark, George, 6539, and/or Email: habeusmentem@mweb.co.za, is appointed as the address/email address at which the applicants will accept notice and service of all process in


these proceedings, until, or in the absence of, an ‘In Forma Pauperis – Radical Honoursty Culture’ order. TAKE FURTHER NOTICE that: The Clerk of the Court is requested to kindly (a) notify the applicant and respondent of this Amicus application, for their consideration; and (b) to place the matter before the appropriate Judge, for his/her consideration. Dated at George, on this the 26th day of February 2013.

Lara Johnstone, Pro Se P O Box 5042 George East, 6539 South Africa T: +27-44 870 7239 | C: +27-71 170 1954 Email: habeusmentem@mweb.co.za Chief Clerk: Brooklyn Supreme Court Mr. Bernard Bey c/o: Hon. Lawrence Knipel Administrative Judge for Civil Matters 2nd Judicial District: Chief Clerk Charles A. Small, Esq. Civil Term: 360 Adams Street Brooklyn, NY 11201 Email: ecourts@courts.state.ny.us; question@nycourts.gov; CC: Assoc Court Clerk: Mary Cassidy (mcassidy@courts.state.ny.us) CC: Court Attorney: Daniel Rosen, Esq (drosen@courts.state.ny.us) CC: Court Attorney: Michelle Parisien, Esp (mparisie@courts.state.ny.us) CC: Honourable Judge Michael J Obus (mobus@courts.state.ny.us) Transparency Copies: Republican Party Nat. Comm. 310 First Street SE Washington DC 2003 GOP (@GOP) GOP News (@GOPnews) Senate Republicans (@Senate_GOPs)

Democratic National Committee 430 South Capitol St. SE Washington, DC 20003 House Democrats (@HouseDemocrats) Nancy Pelosi (@NancyPelosi) The Democrats (@TheDemocrats)


Ryan Williams (@RyanGOP) Speaker John Boehner (@SpeakerBoehner) Herman Cain (@TheHermanCain) CC: John Stossel (@FBNStossel) http://t.co/o1kRizzYE3

The White House (@whitehouse) Democratic Gov (@DemGovs) Senate Dem (@SenateDems) Jay Carney (@PressSec) CC: InstituteForJustice (@IJ) http://t.co/zlMNfUvVVF

McDonalds CEO: Don Thompson McDonald's Corporation 2111 McDonald's Dr., Oak Brook, IL 60523 info@mcdonalds.com don.thompson@mcdonalds.com

Mr. Roger Eaton – President KFC Corporation 1441 Gardiner Ln. Louisville, KY 40213 PublicRelations@KFC.com, Rick Maynard (rick.maynard@kfc.com)

Chairman Howard Mandell Southern Poverty Law Center 400 Washington Ave. Montgomery, AL 36104 http://t.co/bwOOUAAaq7 http://www.splcenter.org/contact-us

Chairman Roslyn M Brock NAACP 4805 Mt. Hope Drive Baltimore MD 21215 Local: (410) 580-5777 hollywoodbureau@naacpnet.org; washingtonbureau@naacpnet.org

Jesse Jackson Rainbow PUSH National HQ Chicago General: 773-373-3366 Rev Jesse Jackson Sr (@RevJJackson) RainbowPUSHCoalition (@RPCoalition) Rainbow PUSH (@PushExcel) Rainbow Push MI (@RainbowPushMI) http://t.co/PM5dZog8Be

Al Sharpton National Action Network 106 W. 145th Street Harlem, New York 10039 (212) 690-3070 info@nationalactionnetwork.net Rev Al Sharpton (@TheRevAl) Rev Al Sharpton (@TheReverendAl) http://t.co/4q5QQhbzTG


IN THE BROOKLYN SUPREME COURT 2ND JUDICIAL DISTRICT KINGS COUNTY, NEW YORK STATE

In the matter between:

) ) Bernard Bey ) Applicant ) ) and ) ) Bernard and Vickie Manley ) Respondents ) )

Case: ______________________ Amicus Curiae: Brief in Propria Persona by In Forma Pauperis Amici Curiae Lara Johnstone, providing this AnthroCorpocentric court, and its Applicant and Respondents subjects, with a Guerrylla Law Perspective.

Table of Contents: Table of Authorities: .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. Summary of Ecocentric Argument: .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 01-02 Interest of Amici: .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 02-07 Statement of Facts: .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 07-09 Argument: .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 09-86 1. Lack of Credibility of AnthroCorpocentric Jurisprudence .. .. .. .. .. .. ..08-38 2. Necessity of Parental Licensing .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 38-65 3. Multi-Globalcorp-Cultural Colonialism & Black Family .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .65-74 4. Idiot Compassion Lifestyle Politics & Black Family .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..74-84 5. CommonSism Guerrylla Law Relief Recommended .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 84-86

TABLE OF AUTHORITIES: International Court of Justice: Opinion of Weeramantry J in the Case Concerning the GabcikovoNagymaros Project1 (Hungary v Slovakia) (1998) 37 International Legal Materials 162 206. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 01,08,09 Supreme Court: Craig v. Harney 331 U.S. 367 (1947) .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 07 1

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English: http://www.permaculture.org.au/files/Peak%20Oil_Study%20EN.pdf Butts, Kent Hughes (25 April 1994): Environmental Security: A DoD Partnership for Peace http://www.strategicstudiesinstitute.army.mil/pdffiles/PUB339.pdf 4 http://www.dtic.mil/cgi-bin/GetTRDoc?AD=ADA326869 5 http://www.dtic.mil/cgi-bin/GetTRDoc?AD=ADA314878 6 http://www.bits.de/NRANEU/others/amd-us-archive/fm100-23(94).pdf 7 http://www.defense.gov/news/Defense_Strategic_Guidance.pdf 8 http://www.csis-scrs.gc.ca/pblctns/cmmntr/cm71-eng.asp 9 [1/2] youtu.be/7OJeUAx0y-g [2/2] youtu.be/s22yr-Fvl5Q 10 www.cna.org/reports/climate 11 www.cecer.army.mil/techreports/ERDC-CERL_TR-07-9/Session%20I/RichardMurphy.pdf 2 3

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Alpert, Jack (Feb 2012): Falling Man Syndrome: Human Predicament: Better Common Sense Required24 (skil.org) .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ... .. .. .. .. 21-23 Bartlett, A (2004/07): Thoughts on Long-Term Energy Supplies: Scientists and the Silent Lie25, Physics Today .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . .. 06 Braun, Gedaliah (2010): Racism, Guilt, Self-Hatred and Self-Deceit26 .. .. .. .. 80-81 Brent, JG (2012): Humans: An Endangered Species27, Jason Brent.. .. .. .. .. .. 47-48 Butler, S (1935): War is a Racket28 (Round Table).. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 51,54-59 Blumenfield, Tami (May 2009): The Na of Southwest China: Debunking the Myths29; Washington Univ .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . .. .. .. .. …. 11 Campbell, Colin (2 May 2005): The Second Great Depression: Causes & Responses: Financial Consequences of Peak Oil30, (ASPO) .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 06 Clugston, C (2012): Scarcity: Humanity’s Final Chapter31 (Booklocker.com Inc) .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..18-20 Hardin, G (1968/12/13): Tragedy of the Commons32, Science .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . .. 04,25,66 Hancock, Graham (1994): The Lords of Poverty: The Power, Prestige, and Corruption of the International Aid Business .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 61,63-64 Garrett Hardin (1974): Living on a Lifeboat, BioScience, vol 24(10), pp. 561-568 and in The Social Contract, Fall 2001 issue. Currently available in Stalking the Wild Taboo. .. .. .. .. .. .. . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 62-63 Hardin, G (1980): Limited World, Limited Rights, Biological Sciences, University of California, Santa Barbara, CA Commentaries: Rights and Liberties, Society, 17 (4):5-8. May/June 1980 .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 48 Hardin, Garrett (1996): Stalking the Wild Taboo: Chapter 21: The Cybernetics of Competition, pg 201-205 .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ….. 62,66 Hardin, G (1974/09): Lifeboat Ethics: the Case Against Helping the Poor33, Psychology Today .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 06 Klare, MT (07.03.2006): The Coming Resources Wars34 , Tom Paine ... .. .. .. .. 06 McElvaine, RS (2001): Eve’s Seed: Biology, the Sexes and the Course of History (McGraw-Hill) .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 46-47 McElvaine, R (Undated): Eve’s Seed: Masculine Insecurity, Metaphor, and the Shaping of History35, Department of History, Millsaps College, Jackson, Mississippi .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 46-47 sqswans.weebly.com/human-predicament.html www.albartlett.org/articles/art2004july.html 26 http://astore.amazon.com/whitrefu-20/detail/1361884269 27 www.jgbrent.com 28 www.ratical.org/ratville/CAH/warisaracket.html 29 http://web.pdx.edu/~tblu2/Na/myths.pdf 30 www.energybulletin.net/stories/2005-05-04/second-great-depression-causes-responses 31 www.nnrscarcity.com | issuu.com/js-ror/docs/clugston_scarcity_pg31-55 32 www.garretthardinsociety.org/articles/art_tragedy_of_the_commons.html 33 www.garretthardinsociety.org/articles/art_lifeboat_ethics_case_against_helping_poor.html 34 www.tompaine.com/articles/2006/03/07/the_coming_resource_wars.php 35 www.scribd.com/doc/34104187/ 24 25

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Maher, MT (1997/03): How and Why Journalists Avoid the PopulationEnvironment Connection36, Univ of Southwestern Louisiana, Population and Environment, Volume 18, Number 4, March 1977; Reprinted in 1997 by the Carrying Capacity Network, Focus, 18 (2), 21-37 .. .. .. .. .. ... 06,53 Maren, Michael (2002): The Road to Hell: The Ravaging Effects of Foreign Aid and International Charity37 .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 64 Open Left: Self Delusion and the Lies of Lifestyle activism: Core Dilemmas of Community Organizing38; Pt II: The Distortion of Lifestyle Politics39.. .. .. 76-77 Perkins, John (2007): The Secret History of the American Empire, Plume .. 60,61 Perkins, John (2007): A Game as Old as Empire: the Secret World of Economic Hit Men and the Web of Global Corruption .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 60,61 Perkins, John (2004): Confessions of an Economic Hit Man .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 60,61 Ruppert, MC (2004): Crossing the Rubicon: The Decline of the American Empire at the End of the Age of Oil (NSP) .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 19 Simmons, M (2000/09/30): Revisiting the Limits to Growth: Could the Club of Rome Have Been Correct, After All? .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ….. 06 Stone, Christopher D. (1972): Should Trees Have Standing--Toward Legal Rights for Natural Objects40,. Southern. California Law Review 45: 450–87. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . .. .. .. 04-06 Soulseeds: Mindful Compassion and Idiot Compassion41 .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 75 Žižek, Slavoj (1997): Multiculturalism or the cultural logic of multinational capitalism42, in: Razpol 10 - glasilo Freudovskega polja, Ljubljana .. .. .. ..67-68 Zizek, Slavoj: 'The one measure of true love is: you can insult the other'43; Spiked Online .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..77-78 Parental and Occupational Licensing: Adams, Harry. Justice for Children: Autonomy Development and the State. State University of New York Press, 2008 (includes sections entitled “Intervention in the Family: A Parental Licensing Model” and “A Model of Parental Licensing”) Bacons Rebellion (25 Aug): Occupational Licensing and the Earnings Gap44 .. .. 40 Brockman, John, ed. What is your Dangerous Idea? : Today's Leading Thinkers on the Unthinkable45. Harper Perennial, 2007 (includes “Parental Licensure”) issuu.com/js-ror/docs/mahertm_journo-env-pop-connection http://astore.amazon.com/whitrefu-20/detail/0743227867 38 http://www.openleft.com/diary/13032/selfdelusion-and-the-lie-of-lifestyle-politics-core-dilemmas-ofcommunity-organizing 39 http://www.openleft.com/diary/14295/part-ii-the-distortions-of-lifestyle-politics-core-dilemmas-of-communityorganizing 40 isites.harvard.edu/fs/docs/icb.topic498371.files/Stone.Trees_Standing.pdf 41 http://www.soulseeds.com/grapevine/2012/10/mindful-compassion-and-idiot-compassion/ 42 http://www.soc.aau.dk/fileadmin/user_upload/kbm/VoF/ 43 http://www.spiked-online.com/articles/00000002D2C4.htm 44 http://www.baconsrebellion.com/2011/08/occupational-licensing-and-the-earnings-gap.html 36 37

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Coleman, Marilyn and Larry Ganong, eds. Points & Counterpoints: Controversial Relationship and Family Issues in the 21 st Century: An Anthology. Roxbury Pub. Co., 2003 (articles on licensing parents) McFall, Michael T. Licensing Parents: Family, State, and Child Maltreatment46. Lexington Books, 2009 Tittle, Peg., ed. Should Parents Be Licensed?47, Debating the Issues. Prometheus Books, 2004 .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..43-44 Westman, Jack C. Licensing Parents: Can We Prevent Child Abuse and Neglect?48 Insight Books, 1994 Bergman, Jerry. Licensing Parents: A New Age of Child-Rearing?49 The Futurist 12 (Dec. 1978): 363-368. (print: Cooper Library CB 161 .F8) Donohue, William A. Correct Problems, Desperate Solutions.50 Society 34.1 (Nov.-Dec. 1996): 62-64. Eisenberg, Howard B. A ‘Modest Proposal:’ State Licensing of Parents51 Connecticut Law Review 26.4 (Summer 1994): 1415-1452. Epstein, William M. Just a Wooden Horse52 Society 34.1 (Nov.-Dec. 1996): 60-61. Feder, Don. Experts Seek License to Monitor Parents. Human Events 50.46 (Dec. 2, 1994): 14. Feder, Don. Licensing Parents – No Idea is Too Preposterous.53 Human Events 53.16 (Apr. 25, 1997): 14. Ginzberg, Eli. Frivolous versus Serious Interventions.54 Society 34.1 (Nov.-Dec. 1996): 58-59. Gordon, Robert A. Parental Licensure and its Sanction.55 Society 34.1 (Nov.-Dec. 1996): 65-69. Harris, Judith Rich. The Outcome of Parenting: What Do We Really Know?56 Journal of Personality Hedman, Carl. Three Approaches to the Problem of Child Abuse and Neglect57. Journal of Social Philosophy 31.3 (Fall 2000): 268-285.

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Institute of Justice (May 2012): License to Work58; Dick M. Carpenter II, Ph.D., Lisa Knepper, Angela C. Erickson, John K. Ross .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 39-40 Kleiner, Morris: Licensing Occupations: Ensuring Quality or Restricting Competition?59 .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 38 Lafollette, H. Licensing Parents.60 Philosophy & Public Affairs 9.2 (Winter 1980): 182-197. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . .. .. .. … .... .. .. . 44-45 Lykken, David. The Causes and Costs of Crime and a Controversial Cure.61 Journal of Personality 68.3 (June 2000): 559-605. Lykken, David. Licensing Parents: A Response to Critics.62 Journal of Personality 68.3 (June 2000): 639-649. Lykken, David. Psychopathy, Sociopathy, and Crime.63 Society 34.1 (Nov.-Dec. 1996): 29-38. Mangel, Claudia Pap. Licensing Parents: How Feasible?64 Family Law Quarterly 22.1 (Spring 1988): 17-39. Mental Floss: 6 Illicit Lemonade Stands Towns Had to Shut Down65 .. .. .. .. .. 40-41 National Center for Policy Analysis (24 Aug 2011): Is Occupational Licensing Necessary?66; National Center for Policy Analysis .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 40 Pellisier, Hank. Ban Baby-Making Unless Parents are Licensed.67 Ethical Technology, April 2001. Sandmire, Michael J. and Michael S. Wald. Licensing Parents – A Response to Claudia Mangel’s Proposal.68 Family Law Quarterly 24.1 (Spring 1990): Scarr, Sandra. Toward Voluntary Parenthood.69 Journal of Personality 68.3 (June 2000): 615-623. Schneiderman, Howard G. Antisocial Personalities, Antidemocratic Solutions.70 Society 34.1 (Nov.-Dec. 1996): 53-57. Stossel, John: I Tried to Open a Lemonade Stand71, Townhall.com .. .. .. .. .. ... 41-42 Westman, Jack C. “Licensing Parents Would Help Children.” Opposing Viewpoints: Child Welfare, Ed. Carol Wekesser. San Diego: Greenhaven Press, 1998.

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Westman, Jack C. No: License Parents to Ensure Children’s Welfare72 (Question: Does the U.S. Need a Parental Rights Amendment?)� Insight on the News 11.19 (May 15, 1995): 19-21. Westman, Jack C. Parental Licensure Would Reduce Child Abuse. Opposing Viewpoints: Child Abuse, Ed. Jennifer A. Hurley. San Diego: Greenhaven Press, 1999. In Opposing Viewpoints Resource Center database. (also in print: Cooper Library HV 6626.52 .C545 1999) Westman, Jack C. The Rationale and Feasibility of Licensing Parents. 73 Society 34.1 (Nov.-Dec. 1996): 46-52. Westman, Jack C. Reducing Governmental Interventions in Families by Licensing Parents.74 Child Psychiatry & Human Development 27.3 (Spring 1997): 193-205. Idiot Compassion Lifestyle Politics v. Black Family Fagan, Patrick (17 march 1995): The Real Root Causes of Violent Crime: The Breakdown of Marriage, Family, and Community75; Heritage.org Lowry Rich (11 May 2010): The Moynihan Report and Ongoing Family Breakdown76; National Review Perazzo John (June 2008): Victims of the Left: Black Americans77, DiscovertheNetworks .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ... 81-82 Raspberry William (25 July 2005): Why Our Black Families Are Failing78; Washington Post Ricketts Erol (1989): The Origin of Black Female-Headed Families79; IRP Steele, Shelby (1991): The Content of Our Character: A New Vision of Race in America. Harper Perennial. Steele, Shelby (1998) A Dream Deferred: The Second Betrayal of Black Freedom in America. Harper Perennial. Steele, Shelby (2006): White Guilt: How Blacks and Whites Together Destroyed the Promise of the Civil Rights Era; Harper Collins .. .. .. .. .. .. 74,82 Sowell, Thomas (1983) The Economics and Politics of Race. William Morrow Sowell, Thomas (1984) Civil Rights: Rhetoric or Reality? William Morrow Sowell, Thomas (1995): Race and Culture: A World View. Sowell, Thomas (2004): Affirmative Action Around the World: An Empirical Study. New Haven, Conn: Yale University Press.

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SUMMARY OF COMMONSISM / GUERRYLLA LAW ARGUMENT: [1]

A ‗credible‘ judicial system – like the gender balanced Mosuo in South West

China who have no rape (not even a word in their language for rape, because it does not exist), no murder, no suicide and no unemployment; – is one which accurately applies the relevant natural or scientific laws, to attain a specific related required result of inter-human and intra-species harmony and balance; i.e. (A) the laws of nature/ecology, recognizing that a healthy ecological environment, with due regard for regulating human procreation and resource utilization behaviour in accordance with the carrying capacity laws of sustainability is a sine qua non for all other constitutional rights; and (B) the laws of human nature; recognizing that culture‘s1 and sub-cultures2 whose members practice brutal honesty, self sufficiency, personal procreation and consumption responsibility, transparency and commitment to root cause problem solving have far greater harmony amongst their members, than tribes or cultures whose members practice political correctness, sycophancy, hypocrisy, parasitism, denial of responsibility, secrecy masquerading as ‗privacy‘, and a focus on Public Relations Image Management Pretend problem solving. [2]

A credible Judicial System would find that the Applicant was born unloved

and unwanted, as a consequence of AnthroCorpoCentric Legislator‘s failure to legislate Breeding / Parenting licences, to protect the rights of unborn and unwanted children, from unloving and incompetent parenting; while hypocritically demanding Occupational Licences for hundreds of occupations, sometimes even from children for lemonade stands, to protect those occupations consumers from alleged incompetent service and products; as a result of their corrupt endorsement of the Corporatocracy‘s Human Factory Farming Matrix: Poverty stricken voters for the Slavery Vote Farm ghetto‘s; and Surplus labour for the Cannon Fodder War Economy Racket. [3]

A credible Judicial System would find that the Applicant was born unloved and

unwanted, as a consequence of the destruction of strong family and culturally homogenous tribal values by Corporate Multicultural Colonialism: the ideal Egotist Consumptionism cultural Ideology for Multinational Capitalism; where all states 1 2

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and all cultures are colonized as consumptionist slaves to Multinational Corporations. [4]

A credible Judicial System would find that the Applicant was born unloved and

unwanted, as a consequence of the destruction of strong family and culturally homogenous tribal values by Politically Correct Idiot Compassion – ‗Anti-Racist‘ ‗Social Justice‘, etc -- Lifestyle Politics Activists. [5]

A credible Judicial System would find that the conduct representations of the

Republican/Democratic Parties, McDonalds/KFC and NAACP/Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) and Jesse Jackson/Al Sharpton, don‘t give a flying fuck about taking responsibility for how their actions result in the birth of unwanted and unloved children, in fact the more unloved and unwanted children the better for their victimhood welfare-vote-farm, poverty pimping and cannon fodder schemes. If the Applicant is willing to take responsibility for finding love and healing his pain and hurt, by signing up to go to Delancey Street Foundation to find a Delancey Street family; the Republican/Democratic Parties, McDonalds/KFC and NAACP/ Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) and Jesse Jackson/Al Sharpton, should be ordered to each submit an amount of $25,000 to a trust fund, to be available for the Applicant, should he choose to accept it, once he graduates – healed and loved – from the Delancey Street Foundation Tough Love Family/Tribe.

INTEREST OF AMICI: [6]

Amici is an adult Radical Honoursty Ecofeminist Guerrylla Law Sustainable

Security practicing paralegal, member of Friend of Wikileaks (FoWL) and the Radical Honourty culture3; resident in George, Southern Cape, South Africa; where she runs a small EcoFeminist pedal-powered wormery business. [7]

Amici is married to African American prisoner Demian Emile Johnson, who

has been incarcerated in the California Dept. of Corrections, on a sentence of 15-tolife for felony murder, since 1982. They met while she was working on providing SA Constitutional Court ruling of 03 May 2012 in CCT 23-10, reads as follows: ―Ms. Lara Johnstone, Member of Radical Honesty Culture and Religion, is admitted as an amicus curiae‖ 3

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educational information on rehabilitation issues to prisoners. (Sacramento County: Licence & Certificate of Marriage: Demian Emile Johnson and Lara Johnstone (PDF4); 31 May 1998: Sunday Times: US convict wins love and support in SA town (PDF5); 24 Sep 1998: YOU: Volksrust Farmgirl Doomed for Love of Black Convict)(PDF6). [8]

Amici has done a few courses with Delancey Street Foundation‘s7 Institute for

Social Renewal. Delancey Street Foundation is America‘s leading residential selfhelp organization for substance abusers, ex-convicts, homeless and others who have hit bottom. Their average resident has been a hard-core drug addict for sixteen years, abusing alcohol and multiple drugs and has dropped out of school at the 7th grade and has been institutionalized several times. Many have been gang members; most have been trapped in poverty for several generations. Rather than hire experts to help the people with problems, they run Delancey Street with no staff and no funding. Like a large family, Delancey residents must learn to develop their strengths and help each other. It‘s an approach to changing lives that is ―against all odds‖. In 1971 Delancey Street began with 4 residents, a thousand dollar loan, and a dream to develop a new model to turn around the lives of substance abusers, former felons, and others who have hit bottom by empowering the people with the problems to become their own solution. Forty years they have helped over 18,000 people representative of our society‘s most serious social problems and, by a process of each one helping another, with no professionals, no government funding, and at no charge to the clients, they have been solving these problems: generations of poverty, illiteracy, lack of job skills, hardcore substance abuse, homelessness, repeat felons, gang members, teen pregnancies, perpetrators and victims of every kind of abuse. After an average of 4 years, our residents gain academic education, 3 marketable skills, accountability and responsibility, dignity, decency and integrity. [9]

Amici is neither anthropocentrically liberal nor conservative, nor an endorser

of AnthroCorpocentric Legislative or Juristic Jurisprudence which only grants Humans and Corporations legal personhood, while denying legal personhood to all other species. http://issuu.com/js-ror/docs/090922_hc-ifp http://issuu.com/js-ror/docs/980513_stimes 6 http://issuu.com/js-ror/docs/980924_you 7 http://www.delanceystreetfoundation.org 4 5

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Amici is an EcoFeminist and founder of the ideology of CommonSism8:

Common Sense Guerrylla Laws for a Sustainable Commons, and the unregistered Yshmael Guerrylla Law Radical Honoursty Political Party, the aim of which is to establish a Green License to Vote, to elect a Green President, to transition South Africa into a Sustainable Voluntaryist (Honourable Free Society of Men and Women capable of ruling themselves) Green Republic. [11]

The Yshmael Guerrylla Law (YGL) Political Party‘s platform is based upon

Guerrylla Law -- or CommonSism (Common Sense Laws for a Sustainable Commons) -- inspired by -- among others -- the Taker vs. Leaver ideas of the gorilla Ishmael, in Daniel Quinn's books: Ishmael and My Ishmael; and the Tragedy of the Commons ideas, as expressed by Garrett Hardin. [12]

CommonSism Guerrylla Laws regulate human procreation and resource

utilization behaviour, by means of legally defining the procreation and consumption difference, and consequent related Sustainable Rights/Penalties, between a Leaver and a Taker, to ensure sustainability. [13]

CommonSism asserts that a majority of society's problems - crime, violence,

unemployment, poverty, inflation, food shortages, political instability, vanishing species, garbage and pollution urban sprawl, traffic jams, toxic waste, energy and non-renewable resources (NNR) depletion and scarcity are symptoms of Ecological Overshoot, resulting from the AnthroCorpoCentric Consumptionist Left and Right Wing's war against nature, and the failures of AnthroCorpocentric Jurisprudence. [14]

Ecological Overshoot is a consequence of all other ideologies and their

adherents failure to legally (a) define the difference between sustainable and unsustainable procreation and consumption behaviour; and (b) provide legal rights to sustainable practices, and legal penalties to unsustainable individuals, corporations and organisations. [15]

Guerrylla Laws (A) simply and very specifically clarify the difference between

the consumption and procreation behaviour of an Unsustainable Taker (Scarcity Combatant) vs a Sustainable Leaver (Eco-Innocent); and are (B) used in courts to (a) provide legal rights and socio-political rewards of recognition to Sustainable

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Leaver's for their Heroic lifestyle choices and practices; (b) confront Taker Scarcity Combatants of their Breeding / Consumption combatant behaviours aggravation of Scarcity induced socio-economic problems, by means of aggravated legal penalties, in accordance to their 'Taker Scarcity Combatant' status. [16]

Guerrylla Laws define the Eco/Ego Footprint9 procreation and consumption

behaviour of an individual as a Sustainable Leaver (aka Eco-Innocent) or Unsustainable Taker (aka Scarcity-Combatant), based upon a sustainable consumption bio-capacity of 1 global hectare (gha)10 (60 % of 1.8 gha)11 in accordance with the proactive conservation policies of Bhutan12; multiplied by an individuals Breeding footprint factor of 20 per child. [17]

Sustainable Leaver / Eco-Innocent: 0 children, consumption < 20 gha

(Intn'l Biocapacity (1 gha) x 20); or 1 child, consumption < 1 gha. [18]

Unsustainable Taker / Scarcity-Combatant: 0 children, consumption > 20

gha; or 1 child, consumption > 1 gha. [19]

For example: Amiciâ&#x20AC;&#x2DC;s Consumption Footprint13 using Sustainable Economy's

Myfootprint.org quiz, is 12.75 global hectares (gha). South Africa's average consumption footprint is 38.59 gha. Amici has no children, consequently my procreation factor is 0 x 20* = 0. [(Each Child increases a parents footprint by factor

EcoFootprint: The difference between the biocapacity and Ecological Footprint of a region or country. A biocapacity deficit occurs when the Footprint of a population exceeds the biocapacity of the area available to that population. If there is a regional or national biocapacity deficit, it means that the region is importing biocapacity through trade or liquidating regional ecological assets. Global biocapacity deficit cannot be compensated through trade, and is overshoot. 10 Sustainable Footprint Biocapacity: A biocapacity of 1 gha assumes that 40% of land is set aside for other species. 1 gha is 60 % of 1.8 gha, therefore .8 hectares is set aside for other species. 11 International Biocapacity: In 2006, the average biologically productive area (biocapacity) per person worldwide was approximately 1.8 global hectares (gha) per capita. In 2008, there were ~ 12 billion hectares of biologically productive land and water on Earth. Dividing by the number of people alive in that year (6.7 billion) gives 1.79 global hectares per person. This assumes that no land is set aside for other species that consume the same biological material as humans. If for example, there were only 3.5 billion people alive that year, that would have provided everyone with 3.5 gha. If there were only 1 billion people, their would be 12gha biocapacity for each persons needs. 12 Bhutan Proactive Conservation: Bhutan is seen as a model for proactive conservation initiatives. The Kingdom has received international acclaim for its commitment to the maintenance of its biodiversity. This is reflected in the decision to maintain at least sixty percent of the land area under forest cover, to designate more than 40% of its territory as national parks, reserves and other protected areas, and most recently to identify a further nine percent of land area as biodiversity corridors linking the protected areas. Environmental conservation has been placed at the core of the nation's development strategy, the middle path. It is not treated as a sector but rather as a set of concerns that must be mainstreamed in Bhutan's overall approach to development planning and to be buttressed by the force of law. - "Parks of Bhutan". Bhutan Trust Fund for Environmental Conservation online. Bhutan Trust Fund. 13 http://myfootprint.org/en/your_results/?id=2559685 9

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of 2014)]. My Consumption (12.75) x Procreation (0) = Eco Footprint of 12.75/0 gha. If accurate, if everyone consumed and procreated like me, we would need 0.81 earths.15 Conversely, if everyone consumed and procreated like President Jacob Zuma, we would need 2090 earths16. [20]

Sustainable Security: Sustainability is Security: ―There is no security

without sustainability‖17: In the absence of an international new moral order18 where Ecocentric laws are implemented to regulate and reduce human procreation and resource utilization behaviour, towards a sustainable, pre-industrial lifestyle paradigm; ―overpopulation‖19 and resource scarcity20 will result in conflict and war21 (perhaps nuclear22) confronting regions at an accelerated pace23, and ―collapse of the global economic system and every market-oriented national economy‖24 by 205025. [21]

Amici‘s Pro Se Ecocentric Amicus consequently is capable of providing the

Court with a unique Ecocentric perspective to this AnthroCorpocentric dispute; with arguments which meet US

Supreme Court and Seventh Circuit Court

Paul Murtaugh (7-31-09): Family Planning: A Major Environmental Emphasis, Oregon University http://sqswans.weebly.com/child--ecofootprint-x-20.html 15 http://sqworms.weebly.com/lara-johnstone-eco-081.html 16 President Zuma‘s consumption footprint using Sustainable Economy's Myfootprint.org quiz, is 65.66 global hectares (gha). President Zuma‘s Procreation Factor is 500 [President Zuma has 25 children. His procreation footprint factor is 25 x 20* = 500. (Each Child increases a parents footprint by factor of 20 )]. President Zuma‘s Net Consumption & Procreation Footprint is 33280 gha [Consumption (65.66) x Procreation (500) = Net Footprint of 33280 gha]. If accurate, if everyone consumed and procreated like President Zuma, we would need 2,090 earths. http://sqworms.weebly.com/jacob-zuma-ego-2090.html 17 Murphy (2006/10/24); Linkola (2009) 18 Hardin (1968/12/13); 1996: US Army War College: Parameters: The Culture of Future Conflict: Overpopulation & Resource Scarcity will be the Direct Cause of Confrontation, Conflict, and War: Major Ralph Peters | US Army War College: Parameters | Winter 1995-96, pp. 18-27.: ―Resource scarcity will be a direct cause of confrontation, conflict, and war. The struggle to maintain access to critical resources will spark local and regional conflicts that will evolve into the most frequent conventional wars of the next century. Gross overpopulation will destroy fragile possibilities for progress in much of the nonWestern world, and much of this problem is the West's fault. .. Basic resources will prove inadequate for populations exploding beyond natural limits, and we may discover truths about ourselves that we do not wish to know. In the end, the greatest challenge may be to our moral order.‖ 19 Hardin G (1991); Simmons, M (2000/09/30) 20 Koppel (2000); US Joint Forces Command (2010/02/18); Parthemore (2010/09/27); US Army & TRADOC (2012); Peters (1996) 21 Peters (1996); Bush (1986/02); Homer-Dixon (1993) 22 Hardin (1968/12/13) 23 United States Army & TRADOC (2012) 24 Schultz (2010/09/01) 25 Clugston (2012): Preface, pg. ix 14

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standard requirements26 of: restrictive ‗search for truth‘ (Jaffee v. Redmond27), avoid argument duplication (Craig v. Harney28), ‗presents new ideas, arguments, theories, insights, facts and data‘, ‗speaks on behalf of an unrepresented party‘ (Sierra Club v. Morton29) and ‗presents a unique perspective and specific information‘ (The Voices for Choices v. Illinois Bell Telephone Company30).

STATEMENT OF FACTS: [22]

According to NBC News: Man sues parents for not loving him enough31;

New York Daily News: Homeless freeloader files suit against BedfordStuyvesant parents to open two Domino's Pizza franchises32; DailyMail.UK: Homeless man, 32, files $200K lawsuit against his parents for childhood neglect so he can buy a Domino's Pizza franchise and be self-employed33. [22.1]

32 year old, Bernard Anderson Bey (―Applicant‖), from Brooklyn, New

York, is suing his parents: Vickie Anderson and Bernard Manley (Respondents) for $200,000 for neglect, claiming the neglect is at the root of his homelessness and unemployment, and is required to compensate him for the lack of love he received as a child. [22.2]

Applicant has demanded his mother and stepfather mortgage their home

and give him the money so he can buy a Dominos Pizza franchise that will employ him and his five siblings. [22.3]

Applicant‘s stepfather, Bernard Manley, allegedly often beat him and

called him abusive names throughout his childhood, while his mother, Vickie Anderson, did not show him affection. [22.4]

Understandably, if true, he feels unloved and abandoned.

Neonatology Assocs. at 133 ―A restrictive policy with respect to granting leave to file may also create at least the perception of viewpoint discrimination. Unless a court follows a policy of either granting or denying motions for leave to file in virtually all cases, instances of seemingly disparate treatment are predictable. A restrictive policy may also convey an unfortunate message about the openness of the court.‖ 27 518 U.S. 1 (1996). 28 331 U.S. 367 (1947) 29 405 U.S. 727 (1972): Justice William O‘Douglas dissenting 30 339 F.3d 542 (7th Cir. 2003). 31 http://usnews.nbcnews.com/_news/2013/02/23/17064503-man-sues-parents-for-not-loving-him-enough?lite 32 http://www.nydailynews.com/new-york/brooklyn/homeless-man-sues-parents-article-1.1269358 33 http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2282498/Homeless-man-32-files-200K-lawsuit-parents-childhoodneglect-buy-Dominos-Pizza-franchise-self-employed.html 26

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Applicants‘ mother has dismissed the lawsuit, without directly responding

to the claims that he was an unwanted and unloved child; seemingly believing the mainstream media‘s propaganda that ―Everyone in America has the same opportunity. Don't blame the parents at this point. The choice is yours. You're an adult.‖ [22.6]

The applicant‘s brothers and sisters denied they were all on benefits and

one called him a "pathological liar", without providing any evidence for the allegation. Neither parents, nor siblings confirmed whether the applicant parents actually treated him as (a) a wanted child, and (b) a loved child. [22.7]

The applicant wrote his application on a laptop, which he borrowed from a

homeless shelter where he sleeps.

ARGUMENT: ANTHROCORPOCENTRIC NON-CREDIBILITY A „credible‟ judicial system – like the gender balanced Mosuo in South West China who have no rape (not even a word in their language for rape, because it does not exist), no murder, no suicide and no unemployment; – is one which accurately applies the relevant natural or scientific laws, to attain a specific related required result of inter-human and intra-species harmony and balance; i.e. (A) the laws of nature/ecology, recognizing that a healthy ecological environment, with due regard for regulating human procreation and resource utilization behaviour in accordance with the carrying capacity laws of sustainability is a sine qua non for all other constitutional rights; and (B) the laws of human nature; recognizing that culture‟s34 and sub-cultures35 whose members practice brutal honesty, self sufficiency, personal procreation and consumption responsibility, transparency and commitment to root cause problem solving have far greater harmony amongst their members, than tribes or cultures whose members practice political correctness, sycophancy, hypocrisy, parasitism, denial of responsibility, secrecy masquerading as „privacy‟, and a focus on Public Relations Image Management Pretend problem solving.

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[23]

A ‗credible‘ judicial system is one which accurately applies the relevant natural

or scientific laws, to attain a specific related required result of inter-human and intra-species harmony and balance. [23.1] A.

For example: Anders Breivik and Carlos the Jackal were ‗credible‘ bomb making terrorists, in the sense of accurately following the recipe‘ for the laws of bomb-making and detonation.

B.

A chef who wants to make a Crème brûlée, is not going to have a ‗credible‘ Crème brûlée, if he used the ingredients and recipe – i.e. cooking laws -for road kill stew.

[24]

A credible legal system is one which (A) adheres to the laws of nature/ecology,

recognizing that a healthy ecological environment, with due regard for regulating procreation and consumption in accordance to the carrying capacity laws of sustainability is a sine qua non for all other constitutional rights; and (B) adheres to the laws of human nature; recognizing that culture‘s36 and sub-cultures37 whose members practice brutal honesty, self sufficiency, personal responsibility, transparency and commitment to root cause problem solving have far greater harmony amongst their members, than tribes or cultures whose members practice political correctness, sycophancy, hypocrisy, parasitism, denial of responsibility, secrecy masquerading as ‗privacy‘, and a focus on Public Relations Image Management Pretend problem solving. [25]

The United States System of Jurisprudence is AnthroCorpocentric‘ --

Patriarchal Anthropocentric Flat Earth jurisprudence – which is not credible, because among others – it: [25.1]

Ignores the laws of nature/ecology reality that the Earth is NOT FLAT,

and that resources are not infinite. Although a majority of the West‘s problems crime, violence, unemployment, poverty, inflation, food shortages, political instability, vanishing species, garbage and pollution urban sprawl, traffic jams, toxic waste, energy and non-renewable resources (NNR) depletion are a

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consequence of overpopulation and overconsumption inducing scarcity, American jurisprudence fails to legally (a) define the difference between sustainable and unsustainable procreation and consumption behaviour; and (b) provide legal rights to sustainable practices, and legal penalties to unsustainable individuals, corporations and organisations. [25.2]

Ignores the laws of human nature; by discriminating against culture‘s38

and sub-cultures39 whose members practice brutal honesty, self sufficiency, personal responsibility, transparency and commitment to root cause problem solving, whose lifestyle‘s do not contribute to overpopulation and overconsumption; whereas it legally rewards cultures and subcultures whose members practice political correctness, sycophancy, hypocrisy, parasitism, denial of responsibility, self deception masquerading as ‗privacy‘ and ‗dignity‘, and a focus on Public Relations Image Management parasitism. [26]

The socio-political problem solving system of the Matriarchal Mosuo culture in

South West China is plausibly the most credible on planet earth. The people of Mosuo have no rape (not even a word in their language for rape, because it does not exist), no murder, no suicide and no unemployment; as a result of abiding by (a) the laws of nature and tribal control of population and consumption, and (b) the laws of human nature, in terms of public problem solving, and a socio-political focus on root cause problem solving. [27]

Metaphorically America‘s political, legal and academic Emperor chefs‘ are

following the cooking laws for road kill stew; while attempting to convince American citizens entering their court rooms, that the Justice being served is ‗credible‘ Crème brûlée justice; when in fact its just maggot filled road kill stew. [28]

The only ‗eyes of the people‘ who consider American Jurisprudence ‗credible‘

are those who psychologically, emotionally and intellectually consider the cartoon bombs made by Wile E Coyote the Road Runner as ‗credible‘ applications of the laws of physics related to bomb making. American Jurists Jurisprudence should be taken as ‗seriously‘ as Laurel and Hardy; in terms of its ability to accurately apply the relevant natural or scientific laws, to attain a specific related required result of 38 39

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inter-human and intra-species harmony and balance. If the consequences of American Naked Emperor Syndrome Jurists were not so tragic, it would in fact be beyond Laurel & Hardy hilarious.

Mosuo: Ecocentric Gender-Balanced Culture with no murder, rape, war, jealousy, jails or unemployment: [29]

The Mosuo language is rendered not in writing, but in Dongba, the only

pictographic language used in the world today. The Mosuo language has no words for murder, war, rape, or jealousy, and the Mosuo have no jails and no unemployment.40 [30]

Although the Mosuo culture is most frequently described as a matriarchal

culture; in fact, its more accurate to refer to it as â&#x20AC;&#x2022;matrilinealâ&#x20AC;&#x2013;, but still doesn't reflect the full truth. Accurately speaking have aspects of matriarchal culture, in that women are the head of the house, property is passed through the female line, and women tend to make the business decisions. Political power, however, remains in the hands of males, creating a gender-balanced society. [31]

Mosuo women carry on the family name and run the households, which are

usually made up of several families, with one woman elected as the head. The head matriarchs of each village govern the region by committee. [32]

As an agrarian culture, much of the Mosuo daily life centers around tending to

crops and livestock, with villages and households bartering between them for basic needs. [33]

A typical Mosuo house is divided in to four separate structures around an open

courtyard. Traditionally, families share the building with livestock, and the living and sleeping areas are communal. [34]

Mosuo families have an incredible internal cohesiveness and stability; and

Mosuo women do not (within their culture) face many of the struggles and barriers that women in many other cultures do.

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[35]

Probably the most famous – and most misunderstood – aspect of Mosuo culture

is their practice of ―walking marriages‖ (or ―zou hun‖ in Chinese), so called because the men will walk to the house of their ‗partner' at night, but return to their own home, within their own tribal family, in the morning. [36]

The Mosuo generally live in large extended families, with many generations

(great grandparents, grandparents, parents, children, grandchildren, aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, etc.) all living together within the same house. For the most part, everyone lives within communal quarters, without private bedrooms or living areas. However, women between certain ages, after ―coming of age‖, can have their own private bedrooms. [37]

Traditionally, a Mosuo woman who is interested in a particular man will invite

him to come and spend the night with her in her room. The man will walk to her house after dark (thus the description of ―walking marriage‖), spend the night with her, and return home early the next morning. [38]

Although it is possible for a Mosuo woman to change partners as often as she

likes – and in fact, having only one sexual partner would be neither expected nor common – the majority of such couplings are actually more long term. In fact, few Mosuo women have more than one partner at a time, described by some anthropologists as ―serial monogamy‖. [39]

Even when a pairing may be long term, however, the man will never go to live

with the woman's family, or vice versa. He will continue to live with and be responsible to his family, and the children of his sisters and nieces; she will continue to live with and be responsible to her family. There will be no sharing of property. [40]

Significantly, when children are born, the father may have little or no

responsibility for his offspring (in fact, some children may not even know who their father is). If a father does want to be involved with the upbringing of his children, he will bring gifts to the mother's family, and state his intention to do so. This gives him a kind of official status within that family, but does not actually make him part of the family. Regardless of whether the father is involved or not, the child will be raised in the mother's family, and take on her family name.

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[41]

This does not mean, however, that the men get of scot-free, with no

responsibilities for children. Quite the opposite, in fact. Every man will share responsibilities in caring for all children born to women within their own family, be they a sister, niece, aunt, etc. In fact, children will grow up with many ―aunts‖ and ―uncles‖, as all members of the extended family share in the duties of supporting and raising the children. [42]

The result – as different as it may be from other systems – is a family

structure which is, in fact, extremely stable. Divorce does not exist …there are no questions over child custody (the child belongs to the mother's family), splitting of property (property is never shared), etc. If a parent dies, there is still a large extended family to provide care. [43]

One particularly important result is the lack of preference for a particular

gender. For example, in most Chinese and patriarchal cultures, the female will join the male's family when she gets married. The result is that if a couple has a lot of female children, they will lose them after marriage, and have no one to care for them in old age; but if they have male children, their sons (and their sons' wives) will care for them. So, in poorer populations in particular, there will be a strong preference for male children. [44]

However, among the Mosuo, since neither male nor female children will ever

leave home, there is no particular preference for one gender over the other. The focus instead tends to be on maintaining some degree of gender balance, having roughly the same proportion of male to female within a household. In situations where this becomes unbalanced, it is not uncommon for Mosuo to adopt children of the appropriate gender (or even for two households to ‗swap' male/female children). [45]

Additionally the other focus is population control, avoiding overpopulation of

the family, since the family is unable to kick the children out of the home, and wash their hands, as to the sustainable future of those children. The family matriarch has the responsibility to make sure that the family does not procreate beyond its capacity to support the entire family through difficult times. [46]

Children are also raised with a gender neutral focus, where all the children

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12-14 years, the important event known as their coming of age ceremony occurs, where girls are given skirts, and men are given their pants; thus called the ―skirt ceremony‖ for girls, and the ―pants ceremony‖ for boys. [47]

After coming of age, Mosuo females are entitled to their own private bedroom;

and, once past puberty, can begin to invite partners for ―walking marriages‖. [48]

According to patriarchal macho Argentinean writer Ricardo Coler41, who

decided to find out and spent two months with the Mosuo in southern China: ―Men live better where women are in charge‖ and ―Women have a different way of dominating.‖ [49]

Coler asserts that while he expected an inverse patriarchy, he experienced

something totally different, because women have a different way of dominating: ―When women rule, it's part of their work. They like it when everything functions and the family is doing well. Amassing wealth or earning lots of money doesn't cross their minds. Capital accumulation seems to be a male thing. It's not for nothing that popular wisdom says that the difference between a man and a boy is the price of his toys.‖ [50]

What astonished Coler the most, was that there was no violence in the Mosuo

culture: ―I know that quickly slips into idealization -- every human society has its problems. But it simply doesn't make sense to the Mosuo women to solve conflicts with violence. Because they are in charge, nobody fights. They don't know feelings of guilt or vengeance -- it is simply shameful to fight. They are ashamed if they do and it even can threaten their social standing. [If there is an altercation] The women decide what happens. Some of them do it more strictly and others in a friendlier way. They are strong women who give clear orders. When a man hasn't finished a task he's been given, he is expected to admit it. He is not scolded or punished, but instead he is treated like a little boy who was not up to the task.‖ [51]

The Mosuo economy is largely agrarian, and they are capable of producing

most of what they need for daily living; and consequently are by and large self-

Ricardo Coler (28 May 2009): The Mosuo Matriarchy: 'Men Live Better Where Women Are In Charge'; Der Spiegel http://www.spiegel.de/international/zeitgeist/the-mosuo-matriarchy-men-live-better-where-women-arein-charge-a-627363.html 41

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sufficient. In the past, Mosuo men would take trading caravans to other parts of China, to buy/trade products they could not produce locally. [52]

The traditional Mosuo religion worships nature, is called Daba, with Lugu

Lake regarded as the Mother Goddess and the mountain overlooking it venerated as the Goddess of Love. The Mosuo also practice Lamaism, a Tibetan variation of Buddhism. Most Mosuo homes dedicate a room specifically for Buddhist worship and for sheltering traveling lamas, or monks. Their focus is their close relationship to the land that supports them and with their neighbors, who also support them.

The AnthroCorpocentric Jurisprudence Social Contract pretends to be a Law of Nature Sustainable Security Constitution; but is in fact a Breeding/Consumption War Death Cult/Suicide Pact Social Contract. [53]

Social Contract n: an implicit agreement among people that results in the

organization of society; individual surrenders liberty in return for protection. [54]

The English philosopher John Locke, whose thinking helped inspire the

American Revolution, said that society should be governed by an understood set of values he termed the social contract. [55]

Individuals form states in order to maintain social order. By giving up their

warlike ―state of nature‖ posited to exist before such a hypothetical social contract is agreed upon, they agree to uphold their citizen responsibilities in order to benefit from the social order provided by the State, whose social contract responsibility is to guarantee them with a reasonable guarantee of peace and security. Social contract theory has consequently formed a central pillar in the historically important notion that for any state to be considered legitimate, their authority must be derived from the consent of the governed. [56]

Consequently the starting point for social contract theory is the heuristic

examination of the ‗state of nature‖ human condition in the absence of any structured social order. In this condition, all individuals are sovereign and their actions are bound only by their personal physical power, as constrained by their conscience, or lack of conscience.

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From this common starting point social contract legal theorists and

philosophers have and continue to explore such legal issues as: why it is in the individuals rational self-interest to voluntarily give up their state of nature freedom, in order to obtain the benefits of rule-of-law order; by examining among others: (i) Population demographics and Immigration issues: how many people should be allowed into the social contract nation state, who, how and why; (ii) language, assimilation, culture and national unity considerations: what shared values are required to maintain the social contract; and (iii) what is the best balance of individual rights with civic responsibilities; what are the balancing legal obligations that accompany any given constitutional (social contract) right? [58]

According to the US Supreme Court in Roberts v. Louisiana42, the core of the

Lockean ―social contract‖ idea is that the State has an interest and duty in protecting its citizens from being attacked, and it has an even higher interest and duty in protecting the foot soldiers or individuals who maintain the society‘s ordered liberty. The State has a special interest in their protection. If they are not protected then the State will not be able to meet its duties to enforce the social contract at all. [58.1]

―It is no service to individual rights, or to individual liberty, to undermine

what is surely the fundamental right and responsibility of any civilized government: the maintenance of order so that all may enjoy liberty and security. Learned Hand surely had it right when he observed: ―And what is this liberty which must lie in the hearts of men and women? It is not the ruthless, the unbridled will; it is not freedom to do as one likes. That is the denial of liberty, and leads straight to its overthrow. A society in which men recognize no check upon their freedom soon becomes a society where freedom is the possession of only a savage few; as we have learned to our sorrow.‖ The Spirit of Liberty 190 (3d ed., 1960).‖43 [59]

AnthroCorpocentric Social Contract ‗Rule of Law‘ courts exist, or pretend that

they exist, to enable law and order, where ‗law and order‘ are considered to be a

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state of community relations that contribute to social conditions which reduce conflict. [60]

However AnthroCorpocentric legislation promulgates laws which contribute to

social

conditions

of

resource

scarcity

that

increase

conflict;

therefore

AnthroCorpocentric legislation/jurisprudence claim that it exists to enable law and order or contributes to conditions which reduce conflict is fraudulent [61]

In fact AnthroCorpocentric legislators intentionally promulgate legislation

which contribute to, and aggravate social conditions of resource scarcity that increase conflict, for their political, academic and financial poverty, vote and cannon fodder pimping profit; and AnthroCorpocentric Jurists intentionally endorse legislation which deliberately contributes to social conditions of resource scarcity that increase conflict, for the socio-political poverty, vote and cannon fodder pimping profiteering of the legal establishment. [62]

The

political,

academic

and

legal

captains

of

AnthroCorpocentric

Jurisprudence Titanic, decisions to ignore legislation regulating human procreation and resource utilization behaviour in accordance with the carrying capacity laws of nature, is driving SV AnthroCorpocentric Jurisprudence Titanic full speed to its ‗suicide pact‘ collision with the Laws of Nature Ecological reality of finite resources.

AnthroCorpocentric Jurisprudence‟s Conflict with Ecocentric Finite Resource Reality: Inaccurate Assumption: NNR Abundance: ―In the face of the basic fact that fossil fuel reserves are finite .. Fossil fuels resemble capital in the bank. A prudent and responsible parent will use his capital sparingly in order to pass on to his children as much as possible of his inheritance. A selfish and irresponsible parent will squander it in riotous living and care not one whit how his offspring will fare .. I suggest that this is a good time to think soberly about our responsibilities to our descendants--those who will ring out the Fossil Fuel Age.‖ – Admiral Hyman Rickover, 14 May 195744 ―Pressures resulting from unrestrained population growth put demands on the natural world that can overwhelm any efforts to 44

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achieve a sustainable future. If we are to halt the destruction of our environment, we must accept limits to that growth.‖ -- World Scientists' Warning to Humanity, signed by 1600 senior scientists from 70 countries, including 102 Nobel Prize laureates

[63]

AnthroCorpocentric45 Flat Earth Society46 Jurisprudence views the world from

a firmly entrenched inaccurate Anthropocentric (human-centred) perspective, where there is always a brighter future, because the implicit assumption of our Anthropocentric political, economic and legal worldview is that there will always be ―enough‖ Non Renewable Natural Resources (NNR‗s) to enable a brighter future, and all politics and economics needs to concern itself with, is how to use these NNR‗s to provide ever improving material living standards for our ever-expanding global population47. From a broader Ecocentric48 Finite Resource Scarcity perspective, beyond Peak NNR49, there is no hope for a brighter future, the future is one of depletion, austerity, resource wars & socio-economic and political collapse;50 because the fundamental assumption of ever-increasing NNR‗s, underlying our limited AnthroCorpocentric jurisprudence perspective is inaccurate.51 [64]

Global NNR Scarcity Analysis: Global Collapse by 2050:

[65]

Peak Oil is the end of cheap oil, it is the point where every barrel of oil is

harder to find, more expensive to extract, and more valuable to whoever owns or controls it. As early as 2000, geological experts warned Peak Oil would occur Clugston (2012) (p.127): ―The AnthroCorpocentric perspective considers the philosophy, processes, and activities by which natural resource inputs to a society‗s economy are converted into goods and services outputs (wealth creation). It also considers the philosophy, processes, and activities by which goods and services (wealth) are allocated among a society‗s population. The fundamental assumption underlying the prevailing AnthroCorpocentric perspective is that notwithstanding periodic temporary shortfalls, natural resource inputs and natural habitat waste absorption capacities will remain sufficient to perpetuate global industrialism indefinitely.‗ – Scarcity, Clugston Chris (pg. 127) 46 Bartlett (1993) (1996/09) (1999/01) (2002); Hardin (1999); 47 Hardin (1985); Bartlett (2006/09); Guillebaud (2007); Leahy (2003) 48 ―The ecological perspective considers natural resource inputs and natural habitat waste absorption capacities as the ultimate limiting factors governing a society‗s economic/political processes and activities, its attainable economic output (GDP) level, and its attainable level of societal wellbeing—i.e., the material living standards enjoyed by the society‗s population.‖ – Scarcity, Clugston C (127) 49 Bartlett (2006/09); Clugston (2012): Peak NNR: ―NNRs are finite; and as their name implies, NNR reserves are not replenished on a time scale that is relevant to humans. More unfortunately, economically viable supplies associated with the vast majority of NNRs that enable our industrialized way of life are becoming increasingly scarce, both domestically (US) and globally. While there will always be ―plenty of NNR‘s in the ground, there will not always be ―plenty of economically viable NNR‘s in the ground. In fact, there are ―no longer enough economically viable NNR‘s in the ground to enable continuous improvement in human societal wellbeing at historical rates.‖ –Clugston, C: Scarcity 50 Scarcity (p.4) 51 Clugston Chris: Scarcity: Humanity‗s Final Chapter: The realities, choices and likely outcomes associated with ever-increasing non-renewable natural resource scarcity, page 4 45

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sometime between 2000 and 200752. Cheap oil is the oxygen of the ―economic growth‖53 global economic system and industrial food production54. [66]

Domestic (US) & Global NNR Scarcity Analysis is based upon Mr.

Clugston‗s55 analysis of the criticality and scarcity associated with each of the 89 analyzed NNRs, using data from USGS, EIA, BEA, BLS, Fed, CBO, FBI, IEA, UN, World Bank, etc; and concludes in general that ―absent some combination of immediate and drastic reductions in our global NNR utilization levels, ... we will experience escalating international and intranational conflicts during the coming decades over increasingly scarce NNR‗s, which will devolve into global societal collapse, almost certainly by the year 2050.‖56 [67]

Scarcity Global NNR Scarcity Analysis (pg.51-59) (pg 41-4957) summarizes

global criticality and scarcity associated with each of the 89 analyzed NNR‘s: (a) An overwhelming majority, 63 of the 89 analyzed NNRs, were considered ―scarce‖ globally in 2008, immediately prior to the Great Recession; (b) A significant number, 28 of the 89 analyzed NNRs have peaked: are ―almost certain‖ to remain scarce permanently going forward; and a sizeable number, 16 of the 89 analyzed NNRs, will ―likely‖ remain scarce permanently; and (c) Global extraction/production levels associated with 39 of the 89 analyzed NNRs, are considered ―at risk‖. [68]

At risk are: (a) Antimony: 8 yrs to Global Reserves exhaustion (used for starter

lights ignition batteries in cars and trucks; (b) Bauxite: 40 years (only economically viable feedstock for aluminium); (c) Bismuth: 17 years (non-toxic substitute for lead in solder and plumbing fixtures); (d) Cadmium: 25 years; (e) Chromium: 26 years (stainless steel, jet engines and gas turbines); (f) Coal: 40 years (electricity generation); (g) Cobalt: 26 years (gas turbine blades, jet aircraft engines, batteries); (h) Copper: 27 years; (i) Fluorspar: 23 years (feedstock for fluorine bearing chemicals, aluminium and uranium processing); (j) Graphite (Natural): 23 years; (k) Iron Ore: 15 years (only On February 11, 2006 Deffeyes claimed world oil production peaked on December 16, 2005 Deffeyes (2006): "The economists all think that if you show up at the cashier's cage with enough currency, God will put more oil in ground." 54 Ruppert (2004): p.24: ―We eat oil. It is a little known fact that for every 1 calorie of food energy produced, 10 calories of hydrocarbons are consumed.‗ 55 Clugston, Chris: Scarcity: Humanity‗s Final Chapter: The realities, choices and likely outcomes associated with ever-increasing non-renewable natural resource scarcity (Booklocker.com Inc 2012). Scarcity is a comprehensive, multidisciplinary assessment of the realities, choices, and likely outcomes associated with everincreasing non-renewable natural resource (NNR) scarcity. NNRs are the fossil fuels, metals, and non-metallic minerals that enable our industrialized existence. 56 Clugston, C: Scarcity: Preface, pg. ix 57 issuu.com/js-ror/docs/clugston_scarcity_pg31-55 52 53

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feedstock for iron and steel); (l) Lead: 17 years; (m) Lithium: 8 years (aircraft parts, mobile phones, batteries for electrical vehicles); (n) Manganese: 17 years (stainless steel, gasoline additive, dry cell batteries); (o) Molybdenum: 20 years (aircraft parts, electrical contacts, industrial motors, tool steels); (p) Natural Gas: 34 years; (q) Nickel: 30 years; (r) Niobium: 15 years (jet and rocket engines, turbines, superconducting magnets); (s) Oil: 39 years; (t) Rhenium: 22 years (petroleum refining, jet engines, gas turbine blades); (u) Silver: 11 years; (v) Thalium: 38 years; (w) Tin: 18 years; (x) Tungsten: 32 years; (y) Uranium: 34 years (primary energy source, weapons); (z) Zinc: 13 years; (aa) Zirconium: 19 years (nuclear power plants, jet engines, gas turbine blades).

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Scarcity: Our Next Normal: Catastrophe:

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Scarcity concludes ―Our Next Normal is Catastrophe‖: Our AnthroCorpocentric

worldview does not recognize that ―from a broader ecological perspective, all human economics and politics are irrelevant,‖ to ―paraphrase Thoreau, we are ‗thrashing at the economic and political branches of our predicament, rather than hacking at the ecological root.‘‖58 [71]

―Because the underlying cause associated with our transition from prosperity

to austerity is ecological (geological), not economic or political, our incessant barrage of economic and political ―fixes‖ – fiscal and monetary ―stimulus‖ – is misguided and inconsequential. Our national economies are not ―broken‖; they are ―dying of slow starvation‖ for lack of sufficient economically viable NNR inputs. [72]

―Our industrial lifestyle paradigm, which is enabled by enormous quantities of

finite, non-replenishing, and increasingly scarce NNRs, is unsustainable – actually, physically impossible – going forward.59 [73]

―Global humanity‗s steadily deteriorating condition will culminate in self-

inflicted global societal collapse, almost certainly by the year 2050. We will not accept gracefully our new normal of ever-increasing, geologically-imposed austerity; nor will we suffer voluntarily the horrifically painful population level reductions and material living standard degradation associated with our inevitable transition to a sustainable, pre-industrial lifestyle paradigm. 58 59

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―Ownership of the means of production—from private ownership to state

ownership; the methods by which scarce resources are allocated—from free markets to central planning; and our forms of government—from democracy to autocracy— have no bearing on humanity‗s ultimate destiny. [75]

―All industrialized and industrializing nations, irrespective of their economic

and political orientations, are unsustainable and will collapse in the not-too-distant future as a consequence of their dependence upon increasingly scarce NNRs. [76]

We can voluntarily reduce population and consumption, or NNR scarcity

depletion will force it upon us, in our inevitable transition to a sustainable, preindustrial lifestyle paradigm. [77]

Confronting Peak NNR Scarcity requires AnthroCorpocentric Jurisprudence to

Confront the Masculine Insecurity Foundation Control – or the claim of control – over the means of reproduction, which has been more fundamental to history, than the control of the means of production.

AnthroCorpocentric Jurisprudence‟s deliberate failure to legally differentiate between Ecological Procreation and Consumption Sustainable Leavers (Eco-Innocents) and Unsustainable Takers (Breeding/Consumption Combatants), is an Endorsement of a „War is Peace‟ War Whore Policy. [78]

In Peace seekers have no plan for enduring peace60, Dr. Jack Alpert

argues that Peaceniks failure to move society from conflict to peace, their establishment of never ending or honoured ―peace accords, moral codes, acts of economic justice, and environmental laws, are like traffic signals‖ which ―cause people to relinquish freedoms‖ but, ―do not stop (change) the behaviors that increase scarcity, conflict, and environmental destruction‖61: ―result from a faulty perception of what increases or decreases conflict. Where, peace seekers have acted as if conflict is caused by bad leadership maybe they should have acted as if trends in conflict are driven by trends in scarcity. Maybe they would have been more

www.skil.org/position_papers_folder/Peaceniks_Wake_up.html Alpert, Jack (04/01/04): Footprint vs. Freedom: www.skil.org/position_papers_folder/Footprint_vs_freedom.html 60 61

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successful if they acted as if trends in scarcity are driven by the collective behaviors of 6 billion people. That while each individual acts benignly to achieve personal objectives the unintentional result is an increase in scarcity and conflict.‖ [79]

Another reason for ignoring the above view of human conflict – according to

Dr. Alpert -- is that peace seekers, even when successful at restraining the police, military or mediating hostilities, do not change our course toward conflict. They only delay it. In the process, peace seekers consume the very energy required to change the things that would make societies head toward peace. [80]

In Human Predicament: Better Common Sense Required: The Future

of Social Conflict62, Dr. Jack Alpert challenges us to answer two questions AnthroCorpocentric Jurisprudence Jurists sincerely concerned with the violent consequences of scarcity, have so far failed to ask themselves: [80.1]

If Peace and conflict are defined not as descriptions of behaviour between

nations, but as trends describing social conditions. Put differently: Conflict is not defined as the violence between neighbours and nations, but as the unwanted intrusion of one person‘s existence and consumption behaviour upon another person. [80.2]

There are two kinds of conflict: Direct: he took my car, he enslaved me, he

beat me, he raped me, he killed me; and Indirect. Indirect intrusions are the byproduct of other people's behaviour. ‗All the trees on our island were consumed by our grandparents,‘ is an indirect intrusion of a past generation on a present one. ‗The rich people raised the price of gasoline and we can't afford it,‘ and ‗The government is offering people welfare to breed more children‘ are current economic and demographic intrusions by one present group on another present group. [80.3]

System conflict is the sum of intrusions experienced by each constituent,

summed over all the constituents. A measure of the existing global conflict is the sum of six billion sets of intrusions. A measure of South Africa‘s conflict is the sum of 50 million sets of intrusions. [80.4]

Using this definition of conflict, any AnthroCorpocentric Jurisprudence

legislator or Jurist sincerely concerned about whether and how South Africa‘s socio62

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economic and political system is moving towards peace or towards conflict; by determining the answers to the following questions: A.

How many children per family leads to peace; or conversely how many children per family, contributes to greater resource scarcity, and exponential increase in conflict, i.e. an individuals‘ ‗breeding war combatant‘ status? [According to the research of Dr. Jack Alpert63, the answer is one child per family]

B.

How much consumption relative to the nation‘s footprint carrying capacity leads to peace; or conversely how much consumption relative to the nations bio-capacity per person, contributes to greater resource scarcity, and exponential increase in conflict, i.e. an individuals ‗consumption combatant status‘?

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In the absence of AnthroCorpocentric Jurisprudence determining the answers

to the aforementioned questions, and implementing Jurisprudence in accordance thereto; Dr. Alpert provides proof how AnthroCorpocentric Jurisprudence Suicide Freight Train has as much chance of muddling through the coming ‗Falling Man Syndrome‘ (‗I‘ve fallen 90 stories in the past 5 seconds and nothing bad has happened yet‖ | ―In 200 years, our endorsement of the Inalienable Right to Breed and consume has resulted in the exponential consumption of over half of the Earth's resources, and nothing bad has happened yet...‖) Crisis of Conflict, as an individual sitting in an unbelted car crash. (Non-Linearity and Social Conflict64) AnthroCorpoCentric Jurisprudence Ignores that any Credible Peace Treaty or „Peace & Human Rights Legislation‟ must confront Overpopulation and Overconsumption‟s Role in Scarcity as underlying Cause of Conflict: Nobel Peace Prizes Awarded for Reducing Scarcity: 0 Nobel Peace Prizes Awarded for Reducing Overpopulation: 0 Nobel Peace Prizes Awarded for Reducing Overconsumption: 0 900 Vietnam65, 40 Iraq and Afghanistan66 Veterans returned their ‗bullshit‘ medals to U.S. Congress and NATO. http://sqswans.weebly.com/human-predicament.html youtu.be/W5capqGod9A 65 Vietnam Veterans Throw their Medals at Washington www.youtu.be/j7jhs-bGyFQ 66 Iraq and Afghanistan veterans return medals at NATO Summit www.youtu.be/YX9PVC0phhI 63 64

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Nobel Peace Medals: 0

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The Norwegian Nobel Committee‘s Nobel Peace Prize is effectively a ‗War is

Peace Whore‘ Prize. Its mandate is to award ‗Peace Prizes‘ to individuals who "work for fraternity between nations, for the abolition or reduction of standing armies and for the holding and promotion of peace congresses." [83]

Not one of the Norwegian Nobel Peace Prizes has ever been awarded to any

individual who addresses the root causes of war, by educating and advocating on behalf of Sustainable Security: living in harmony with nature‘s carrying capacity, by reducing overpopulation and overconsumption, which are the primary causes of resource scarcity. [84]

The Norwegian Nobel Peace Prize Committee has refused to consider the role

of overpopulation and overconsumption as root cause factors of resource scarcity pushing society to conflict and war, where surplus populations are used as standing armies, and how those profiteering from overconsumption use their profits to promote pretend peace congresses and pretend Nobel Peace Prizes, awarding War is Peace Whore Prizes to perpetuate the ‗Control of Reproduction‘ Human Farming War Economy Racket paradigm.

AnthroCorpocentric Jurisprudence‟s Conflict with Sustainable Security Military Doctrine advocating Overpopulation & Consumption induced Scarcity as a cause of Conflict: ―In order to achieve this goal [of world domination], we must introduce universal suffrage beforehand, without distinctions of class and wealth. Then the masses of people will decide everything; and since it [universal suffrage] is controlled by us we will achieve through it the absolute majority, which we could never achieve if only the educated and possessing classes had the vote.‖ -- Protocols of the Elders of Zion, 10th Sitting, Wallstein Pub. House, ISBN 3-89244-191-x, p. 60

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Laws of Nature Jurisprudence refers to jurisprudence that demands a nations

citizens live within the carrying capacity laws of nature, in terms of their procreation and consumption lifestyles.

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The tragedy of the commons is the depletion of a shared resource by

individuals, acting independently and rationally according to each one's selfinterest, despite their understanding that depleting the common resource is contrary to their long-term best interests. Ecologist Garrett Hardin famously explored this social dilemma in ―The Tragedy of the Commons‖.67 [87]

Social Trap is a term used by psychologists to describe a situation in which a

group of people act to obtain short-term individual gains, which in the long run leads to a loss for the group as a whole; such as for example overfishing, energy "brownout" and "blackout" power outages during periods of extreme temperatures, overgrazing on the Sahelian Desert, and the destruction of the rainforest by logging interests and agriculture. Social fence refers to a short-term avoidance behavior by individuals that leads to a long-term loss to the entire group. [88]

Laws of Nature Jurisprudence recognizes that the nations resources are a

‗commons‘ and that increased population and/or consumption of resources can only occur up to the point of ‗carrying capacity‘ tipping points. Once ‗carrying capacity‘ laws of nature tipping points are breached -- Peak of Production, referred to as Peak Oil, or Peak NNR, etc -- resource scarcity occurs which – in the absence of equivalent voluntary population and consumption reduction - triggers resource war violence, which exponentially increases the problems of those tasked with ‗national security‘. [89]

There is a fundamental difference between the resource war violence – deaths

(black) -- from temporary resource scarcity that results on the upward side of the Peak Oil/NNR resource curve (services per capita), and the resource war violence on the downslope of the curve. If we use the analogy of a car collision, as the resource war violence, on the upward curve, the car has access to brakes (bring in resources from elsewhere) which reduce the force of the collision (violence); on the downhill slope the car has no brakes (cannot import resources from elsewhere, Global Peak Oil), which aggravates resource scarcity similarly to a foot on the car‘s gaspedal, and no brakes, driving it faster and faster to collision, the crisis of conflict. [90]

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―There is also a new and different threat to our national security emerging—the destruction of our environment. The defense establishment has a clear stake in this growing threat... one of our key national security objectives must be to reverse the accelerating pace of environmental destruction.‖ - Senator Sam Nunn (D-GA), Senate, June 28, 1990 *** ―According to a growing body of literature, scarcity of freshwater to meet the many needs of Third World countries is rapidly escalating. Furthermore, many of the remaining exploitable sources of freshwater are in river basins shared by two or more sovereign states. These facts present the potential for violent conflict over water unless affected states can develop and use their common water resources in a cooperative, sustainable, and equitable manner. The United States, in its National Security Strategy and Foreign Affairs Policy, has called attention to the problem of resource scarcity as having important implications for American security.‖68 *** ―The effect of environmental problems on national security, now commonly referred to as "environmental security," is important to the US military. The concept first appeared in the 1991 National Security Strategy (NSS), when President Bush recognized that the failure to competently manage natural resources could contribute to potential conflict.69 The 1993 National Security Strategy echoed this concern and included the environment as an element of economic power.70 When A National Security Strategy of Engagement and Enlargement was published in February 1996, it amplified the importance of the environment as a component of United States national security even further.71 The 1996 NSS recognizes that competition for natural resources "is already a very real risk to regional stability around the world."72 It also states that national and international environmental degradation poses a direct threat to economic growth and to global and national security.73 Thus, as one of the institutions charged with protecting our national security, the US military also should be concerned with all aspects of environmental security.‖ 74

*** ―Environmental issues can adversely influence our national security in two important ways. One of these is potential or actual conflict between nations or groups that can arise as a result of disputes over natural resources or transnational environmental problems. A second way that environmental issues can directly affect national security is by destabilizing LTC Kurt F. Ubbelohde (10 April 2000): Freshwater Scarcity in the Nile River Basin, US Army War College http://www.dtic.mil/cgi-bin/GetTRDoc?AD=ADA378148 69 National Security Strategy of the United States, Washington, DC, US Gov Printing Office, 1991. 70 National Security Strategy of the United States, Washington, DC, US Gov Printing Office, 1993 71 A National Security Strategy of Engagement and Enlargement, Washington, DC, US Government Printing Office, February 1996. 72 Ibid., at 26. 73 Ibid., at 30. 74 Colonel Brian X. Bush (13 March 1997): Promoting Environmental Security during Contingency Operations; US Army War College http://www.dtic.mil/cgi-bin/GetTRDoc?AD=ADA326869 68

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governments or institutions in a country afflicted with environmental degradation. Haiti is a good example. As early as 1978, the President's Council on Environmental Quality noted that deforestation in Haiti was almost complete and then predicted that social disruption and instability would soon follow.75 It took 16 more years and a military overthrow of duly elected President Aristide to spark renewed US military involvement in Haiti. However, it is clear that the environmental devastation of that country's forests, soil and water supplies created a cause and effect between environmental issues and Haiti's economic deprivation, massive migration and the basic instability of virtually every economic or governmental institution in the country.â&#x20AC;&#x2013;76

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1974: NSSM 200: National Security Study Memorandum: Implications of

Worldwide Population Growth For U.S.

Security and Overseas Interests

(The Kissinger Report)77: Rapid population growth adversely affects every aspect of economic and social progress in developing countries. It absorbs large amounts of resources needed for more productive investment in development. It requires greater expenditures for health, education and other social services, particularly in urban areas. It increases the dependency load per worker so that a high fraction of the output of the productive age group is needed to support dependents. It reduces family savings and domestic investment. It increases existing severe pressures on limited agricultural land in countries where the world's "poverty problem" is concentrated. It creates a need for use of large amounts of scarce foreign exchange for food imports (or the loss of food surpluses for export). Finally, it intensifies the already severe unemployment and underemployment problems of many developing countries where not enough productive jobs are created to absorb the annual increments to the labor force. Even in countries with good resource/population ratios, rapid population growth causes problems for several reasons: First, large capital investments generally are required to exploit unused resources. Second, some countries already have high and growing unemployment and lack the means to train new entrants to their labor force. Third, there are long delays between starting effective family planning programs and reducing fertility, and even longer delays between reductions in fertility and population stabilization. Hence there is substantial danger of vastly overshooting population targets if population growth is not moderated in the near future. [..] Moderation of population growth offers benefits in terms of resources saved for investment and/or higher per capita consumption. If resource requirements to support fewer children Environmental Quality. 1978 Annual Report on the Environment Washington: Council on Environmental Quality, Washington, DC, US Government Printing Office, 1978. 76 Colonel Brian X. Bush (13 March 1997): Promoting Environmental Security during Contingency Operations; US Army War College http://www.dtic.mil/cgi-bin/GetTRDoc?AD=ADA326869 77 http://pdf.usaid.gov/pdf_docs/PCAAB500.pdf 75

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are reduced and the funds now allocated for construction of schools, houses, hospitals and other essential facilities are invested in productive activities, the impact on the growth of GNP and per capita income may be significant. In addition, economic and social progress resulting from population control will further contribute to the decline in fertility rates. The relationship is reciprocal, and can take the form of either a vicious or a virtuous circle. Implications of Population Pressures for National Security It seems well understood that the impact of population factors on the subjects already considered -development, food requirements, resources, environment -- adversely affects the welfare and progress of countries in which we have a friendly interest and thus indirectly adversely affects broad U.S. interests as well. [..] A recent study* of forty-five local conflicts involving Third World countries examined the ways in which population factors affect the initiation and course of a conflict in different situations. The study reached two major conclusions: 1. ". . . population factors are indeed critical in, and often determinants of, violent conflict in developing areas. Segmental (religious, social, racial) differences, migration, rapid population growth, differential levels of knowledge and skills, rural/urban differences, population pressure and the special location of population in relation to resources -in this rough order of importance -all appear to be important contributions to conflict and violence... 2. Clearly, conflicts which are regarded in primarily political terms often have demographic roots: Recognition of these relationships appears crucial to any understanding or prevention of such hostilities." [..] Professor Philip Hauser of the University of Chicago has suggested the concept of "population complosion" to describe the situation in many developing countries when (a) more and more people are born into or move into and are compressed in the same living space under (b) conditions and irritations of different races, colours, religions, languages, or cultural backgrounds, often with differential rates of population growth among these groups, and (c) with the frustrations of failure to achieve their aspirations for better standards of living for themselves or their children. To these may be added pressures for and actual international migration. These population factors appear to have a multiplying effect on other factors involved in situations of incipient violence. These adverse conditions appear to contribute frequently to harmful developments of a political nature: Juvenile delinquency, thievery and other crimes, organized brigandry, kidnapping and terrorism, food riots, other outbreaks of violence; guerrilla warfare, communal violence, separatist movements, revolutionary movements and counter-revolutionary coupe. All of these bear upon the weakening or collapse of local, state, or national government functions.

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Beyond national boundaries, population factors appear to have had operative roles in some past politically disturbing legal or illegal mass migrations, border incidents, and wars. If current increased population pressures continue they may have greater potential for future disruption in foreign relations. Perhaps most important, in the last decade population factors have impacted more severely than before on availabilities of agricultural land and resources, industrialization, pollution and the environment. All this is occurring at a time when international communications have created rising expectations which are being frustrated by slow development and inequalities of distribution. Population growth and inadequate resources. Where population size is greater than available resources, or is expanding more rapidly than the available resources, there is a tendency toward internal disorders and violence and, sometimes, disruptive international policies or violence. The higher the rate of growth, the more salient a factor population increase appears to be. A sense of increasing crowding, real or perceived, seems to generate such tendencies, especially if it seems to thwart obtaining desired personal or national goals. 2. Populations with a high proportion of growth. The young people, who are in much higher proportions in many LDCs, are likely to be more volatile, unstable, prone to extremes, alienation and violence than an older population. These young people can more readily be persuaded to attack the legal institutions of the government or real property of the "establishment," "imperialists," multinational corporations, or other ── often foreign ── influences blamed for their troubles. 3. Population factors with social cleavages. When adverse population factors of growth, movement, density, excess, or pressure coincide with racial, religious, color, linguistic, cultural, or other social cleavages, there will develop the most potentially explosive situations for internal disorder, perhaps with external effects. When such factors exist together with the reality or sense of relative deprivation among different groups within the same country or in relation to other countries or peoples, the probability of violence increases significantly.

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Butts, Kent (25 April 1994): Environmental Security: A DOD Partnership

for Peace78; US Army War College: [Report on the Dept of Defense effort to create a Proactive Environmental Security Peace Strategy as part of the Fifth Senior Environmental Leadership Conference.] ―Environmental degradation imperils nations' most fundamental aspect of security by undermining the natural support systems on which all of human activity depends.‖ - Michael Renner, 198979 Butts, Kent Hughes (25 April 1994): Environmental Security: A DoD Partnership for Peace http://www.strategicstudiesinstitute.army.mil/pdffiles/PUB339.pdf 79 Michael Renner, National Security: The Economic and Environmental Dimensions, Washington, DC: Worldwatch Institute, May 1989. Another early and important effort to broaden the definition of national 78

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The DOD environmental security mission has its roots in the fact that environmental problems that lead to instability and contention are being ignored, and U.S. combat forces are becoming involved in the resulting conflict. In addition, DOD's environmental security mission supports the National Security Strategy (NSS) of the United States and must be understood in that context. As stated by the National Security Strategy, "The stress from environmental challenges is already contributing to political conflict." Recognizing the importance of environmental issues to U.S. national security interests, the Deputy Undersecretary of Defense for Environmental Security defined DOD's role in environmental security to include "mitigating the impacts of adverse environmental actions leading to international instability."80 Instability and conflict often result from the poverty created by the economic regression of resource depletion or scarcity. The abuse of power by the leaders of many developing countries has frequently manifested itself in exploitive resource management practices, a wasting away of the economic infrastructure, human suffering and ethnic-based competition for increasingly scarce resources, and, ultimately, to conflict. [..] The global population has grown geometrically and will double over the period from 1950 to 2000, bringing environmental issues to the fore. Rates of global population continue to increase, particularly in the vulnerable developing world, accelerating demand for food and a broad range of other natural resources. The global rates of consumption of natural resources are far greater than the ecosystem has previously endured.10 The world is rapidly moving beyond local shortages, which historically have created local conflict, to regional or transboundary resource shortages with the potential to escalate into far reaching hostilities involving U.S. forces. In numerous regions the ability of the earth to replenish its renewable resources, even with the human intervention of irrigation and fertilizer, has already been exceeded. Indeed, these very interventions often create unforeseen, adverse environmental consequences. Thus, the frequently ignored, long-lead-time environmental factors have reached their thresholds and are causing instability that security policy analysts cannot ignore. [..] The most notable environmental threats to U.S. security are: â&#x20AC;˘ Global: competition for or threatened denial of strategic resources; ozone depletion; global warming; loss of biodiversity; proliferation of weapons of mass destruction; effects of demilitarization of nuclear, chemical, biological and conventional weapons; space debris; and inability or unwillingness of countries to comply with international environmental agreements and standards.

security to include environmental challenges was Jessica Tuchman Matthews, "Redefining Security," Foreign Affairs, Spring 1989, pp. 162-178. 80 Sherri Wasserman Goodman, Deputy Under Secretary of Defense, (Environmental Security), Statement Before the Subcommittee on Installation and Facilities, May 13, 1993.

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• Regional: environmental terrorism, accident or disaster; vector-borne communicable diseases; regional conflicts caused by scarcity/denial of resources; cross border and global common contamination; and environmental factors affecting military access to land, air, and water. • State: environmental degradation of the resource base on which governmental legitimacy depends; risks to public health and the environment from DOD activities; increasing restrictions on military operations and access to air, land, and water; inefficient use of military resources; reduced weapons systems performance; demilitarization of nuclear, chemical, and conventional weapons systems; and erosion of public trust. Recommendations: • Appoint a special assistant to the National Security Advisor for International Environmental Security Affairs and create an interagency working group, chaired by the Special Assistant, to develop a Presidential Decision Document establishing U.S. environmental security policy. • Establish environmental security as a principal objective of the National Security Strategy and include environmental issues in National Security Council threat assessments and foreign policy planning. • Emphasize the linkage between environmental security objectives and the achievement of current, primary congressional and administration interests of democratic reform, economic development, and conflict resolution. • In conjunction with the United Nations, use DOD capabilities to enforce international treaties and agreements. • Create a DOD Environmental Crisis Monitoring Center to warn the policymaking community of chronic environmental issues before political positions have hardened and policy options have narrowed.

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Department of the Army, Field Manual 100-23, Peace Operations81.

Washington, DC: Headquarters, Department of the Army, December 1994, p. 28. The seventh principle of humanitarian action in armed conflict82 says: ―Contextualization: Effective humanitarian action should encompass a comprehensive view of overall needs and of the impact of interventions. Encouraging respect for human rights and addressing the underlying causes of conflicts are essential elements. (own emphasis)

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1995: White House: National Security Strategy83: ―Increasing competition for the dwindling reserves of uncontaminated air, arable land, fisheries and other food

http://www.bits.de/NRANEU/others/amd-us-archive/fm100-23(94).pdf Humanitarian Actions in Times of War, by Larry Minear & Thomas Weiss 83 February 1995: A National Security Study of Engagement and Enlargement http://www.au.af.mil/au/awc/awcgate/nss/nss-95.pdf 81 82

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sources, and water, once considered 'free' goods, is already a very real risk to regional stability around the world. The range of risks serious enough to jeopardize international stability extends to massive population flight from man-made or natural catastrophes, such as Chernobyl or the East African drought, and to large-scale ecosystem damage caused by industrial pollution, deforestation, loss of biodiversity, ozone depletion, desertification, oceanic pollution and ultimately climate change.84

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April 1996: MAJ William E David, USA Military Intelligence: Environmental

Scarcity as a Cause of Violent Conflict85, School of Advanced Military Studies; United States Army Command and General Staff College This monograph argues that the Army is unprepared for the implications of environmental scarcity as a cause of violent conflict. The proof follows in the next three chapters. Chapter Tow provides a conceptual model for examining the causal relationship between environmental scarcity and violent conflict. It shows causation by answering two questions. First, does scarcity cause specific social effects, such as population migration and poverty? Second, so the social effects that result from scarcity cause violent conflict? [..] [This chapter concludes that conflicts arising from environmental scarcity will occur more frequently in the future and threaten U.S. national security interests. Third, does doctrine address conflicts caused by environmental scarcities? The doctrinal review reveals that the Army does not recognize environmental scarcity as a cause of conflict. Chapter Four synthesizes the findings from the preceding chapters, showing that the Army is intellectually unprepared for conflicts caused by environmental scarcity. The monograph ends with two recommendations. First, the Army should recognize environmental causes of war in its doctrine. Second, the Army should adopt the Modified Conflict Causality Model as a doctrinal tool for predicting and evaluating future conflicts. [..] Humans adversely affect the environment. Contaminated water, deforestation, soil erosion, and the depletion of fisheries are but some of the outcomes. Although few people would disagree with the causation between human activities and environmental degradation, their reactions place them in one of two categories: cornucopians or neo-Malthusians. Cornucopians do not worry about protecting any single natural resource. They believe that human ingenuity will always allow the substitution of more abundant resources to produce the same products and services. Neo-Malthusians put less faith in ingenuity, arguing that "renewable resources' is a misleading term. [..] The divergence between cornucopians and neo-Malthusians enters into the debate corcerning the causes of conflict. National Security Strategy of the United States. February 1995, Washington, D. C: Government Printing Office, 1995, p. 18 85 http://www.dtic.mil/cgi-bin/GetTRDoc?AD=ADA314878 84

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Corncopians remain prisoners of the industrial revolution. They assume that there are only social cuases for social and political changes, neglecting the role of nature. However, Robert Kaplan noted: "nature is coming back with a vengeance, tied to population growth. It will have incredible security implications"[1] Neo-Malthusians realize that humans cannot seperate themselves from nature. The following causality analysis adheres to the neo-Malthusian perspective. therefore, it takes a holistic approahc toward causality, combining conflict studies and the study of the physical environment. After providing a conflict causality model, this chapter uses six case studies to prove that violent conflicts can arise from environmental scarcities.

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13 Mar 1997: Col BX Bush: Promoting Environmental Security during

Contingency Operations86; US Army War College â&#x20AC;&#x2022;The effect of environmental problems on national security, now commonly referred to as "environmental security," is important to the US military. The concept first appeared in the 1991 National Security Strategy (NSS), when President Bush recognized that the failure to competently manage natural resources could contribute to potential conflict.[1] The 1993 National Security Strategy echoed this concern and included the environment as an element of economic power.[2] When A National Security Strategy of Engagement and Enlargement was published in February 1996, it amplified the importance of the environment as a component of United States national security even further.[3] The 1996 NSS recognizes that competition for natural resources "is already a very real risk to regional stability around the world."[4] It also states that national and international environmental degradation poses a direct threat to economic growth and to global and national security.[5] Thus, as one of the institutions charged with protecting our national security, the US military also should be concerned with all aspects of environmental security.â&#x20AC;&#x2013; â&#x20AC;&#x2022;Environmental issues can adversely influence our national security in two important ways. One of these is potential or actual conflict between nations or groups that can arise as a result of disputes over natural resources or transnational environmental problems. A second way that environmental issues can directly affect national security is by destabilizing governments or institutions in a country afflicted with environmental degradation. Haiti is a good example. As early as 1978, the President's Council on Environmental Quality noted that deforestation in Haiti was almost complete and then predicted that social disruption and instability would soon follow.[6] It took 16 more years and a military overthrow of duly elected President Aristide to spark renewed US military involvement in Haiti. However, it is clear that the environmental devastation of that country's forests, soil and water supplies created a cause and effect between environmental issues and Haiti's economic deprivation, massive migration and the basic instability of 86

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No. 71: Environmental Scarcity and Conflict87, by Peter Gizewski, Project on Environment Population and Security, Peace and Conflict Studies Program, University of Toronto The past decade has witnessed growing recognition of the importance of environmental factors for national and international security. In 1987, the UN World Commission on Environment and Development pointed to environmental stress as "a possible cause as well as a result of conflict". In 1992, the UN Security Council warned that sources of instability in the economic, social, humanitarian, and ecological fields included military and political "threats to peace and stability". Two years later, the Clinton Administration observed that "terrorism, narcotics trafficking, environmental degradation, rapid population growth and refugee flows ...have security implications for present and long-term American policy". A wealth of popular commentary in the past few years has asserted the existence of general links between environmental stress and violence and security concerns. But proponents of such linkages tend to sensationalise the issue, ignoring empirical research and exaggerating the importance of environmental pressures as a conflict-generating force. In fact, until recently, scholars and policy makers functioned with relatively limited understanding of the causal mechanisms by which environmental scarcity can lead to conflict. Recent work has yielded results which partially fill this gap. Employing a series of detailed examples in which environment exhibits a prima facie link to social instability, such case studies carefully trace a causal connection between scarcity and conflict, and advance a set of key propositions which describe these links and the conditions under which they apply. General Insights: Current work on linkages between environment and conflict emphasizes the conflict-generating potential of renewable resource scarcities (i.e. cropland, fresh water, fuel wood and fish). While the strategic significance of non-renewable resources (e.g. petroleum, minerals) has long been recognized, market forces which reduce their demand and stimulate substitution and technical innovation have served increasingly to mitigate their scarcity and conflict-generating potential. Such forces have been less effective in preventing scarcities of renewables-scarcities which, growing evidence shows, threaten the internal stability of a number of developing countries. According to the University of Toronto's Thomas Homer-Dixon, scarcities of agricultural land, forests, fresh water and fish 87

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are those which contribute the most to violence. These deficiencies can be demand-induced, a function of population growth within a region; supply-induced, resulting from the degradation of resources within the region; or structural, the result of an unequal distribution of resources throughout the society. The three processes are not mutually exclusive and mayand often do-occur simultaneously, acting in tandem. The degradation and depletion of renewable resources can generate a range of social effects. It can work to encourage powerful groups within society to shift resource distribution in their favour. This process, known as "resource capture" generates profits for elites while intensifying the effects of scarcity among the poor or weak. A process of "ecological marginalization" often follows with poorer groups forced to seek the means of survival in more ecologically fragile regions such as steep upland slopes, areas at risk of desertification, tropical rain forests, and low quality public lands within urban areas. The high population densities in these regions, combined with a lack of capital to protect the local ecosystem, breeds severe environmental scarcity and chronic poverty. Other social effects can include decreased agricultural potential, regional economic decline, population displacement and a disruption of legitimized institutions and social relations. Most significantly, these scarcities can, either individually or in combination, generate forces and processes which contribute to violent conflict among groups within society. Such scarcities may act to strengthen group identities based on ethnic, class or religious differences, most notably by intensifying competition among groups for ever dwindling resources. At the same time, they can work to undermine the legitimacy of the state and its capacity to meet challenges. As the balance of power gradually shifts from the state to the challenging groups, the prospects for violence increase. Such violence tends to be subnational, diffuse and persistent. States may prove capable of avoiding suffering and social stress by adapting to scarcities. They can pursue programs and policies which encourage more sustainable resource use. Alternatively, a state may disengage itself from reliance on scarce resources by producing goods and services less dependent on such resources. The resulting products could then be traded for items which local scarcities preclude the state from producing. More often, however, countries lack the social and technical ingenuity needed to adapt successfully to the shortages they face.

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River Basin88, US Army War College â&#x20AC;&#x2022;According to a growing body of literature, scarcity of freshwater to meet the many needs of Third World countries is rapidly escalating. Furthermore, many of the remaining exploitable sources of freshwater are in river basins shared by 88

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two or more sovereign states. These facts present the potential for violent conflict over water unless affected states can develop and use their common water resources in a cooperative, sustainable, and equitable manner. The United States, in its National Security Strategy and Foreign Affairs Policy, has called attention to the problem of resource scarcity as having important implications for American security.‖

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Sep 2010: Bundeswehr: Peak Oil: Security Policy Implications of Scarce

Resources89 Effects of Peak Oil on Armed Forces Severe impediments to mobility as a consequence of peak oil would have a considerable effect on all German security bodies, including the Bundeswehr. In the long run, not only all societies and economies worldwide but armed forces as well will be faced with the various and difficult challenges of transformation towards a ―post-fossil‖ age. Implications for Germany: A markedly reduced mobility of the German Armed Forces would have various consequences – not only for the available equipment and training, but also for their (global) power projection and intervention capabilities. Given the size and complexity of many transport and weapon systems as well as the high standards set for qualities like robustness in operation, alternative energy and drive propulsion systems would hardly be available to the necessary extent in the short term. One of the consequences to be initially expected would be further cutbacks in the use of large weapon systems for training purposes in all services, thus raising the need for more ―virtualised‖ training. However, effects on current and planned missions would most likely be even more severe. Deployment to the theatre of operations, the operation of bases and the mission itself are considerably more energy- and above all fuel-intensive than the mere upkeep of armed forces. [..] Peak oil, however, is unavoidable. This study shows the existence of a very serious risk that a global transformation of economic and social structures, triggered by a long-term shortage of important raw materials, will not take place without frictions regarding security policy. The disintegration of complex economic systems and their interdependent infrastructures has immediate and in some cases profound effects on many areas of life, particularly in industrialised countries.

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2010: White House: National Security Strategy90: Challenges like climate change, pandemic disease, and resource scarcity demand new innovation. Meanwhile, the nation that leads the world in building a clean energy economy will enjoy a substantial economic and security advantage. That is why the

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Administration is investing heavily in research, improving education in science and math, promoting developments in energy, and expanding international cooperation. Transform our Energy Economy: As long as we are dependent on fossil fuels, we need to ensure the security and free flow of global energy resources. But without significant and timely adjustments, our energy dependence will continue to undermine our security and prosperity. This will leave us vulnerable to energy supply disruptions and manipulation and to changes in the environment on an unprecedented scale.

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2012: January: Department of Defense: Sustaining U.S. Global Leadership:

Priorities for the 21st Century Defense91: In this resource-constrained era, we will also work with NATO allies to develop a ―Smart Defense‖ approach to pool, share, and specialize capabilities as needed to meet 21st century challenges. [..] Whenever possible, we will develop innovative, low-cost, and small-footprint approaches to achieve our security objectives, relying on exercises, rotational presence, and advisory capabilities. [..] A reduction in resources will require innovative and creative solutions to maintain our support for allied and partner interoperability and building partner capacity. However, with reduced resources, thoughtful choices will need to be made regarding the location and frequency of these operations. [..] The balance between available resources and our security needs has never been more delicate.

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Dec 2012: U.S. Forest Service: Report Predicts a Strain on Natural

Resources Due to Rapid Population Growth92. U.S. Forest Service report outlines how a growing population and increased urbanization in the next 50 years will drain the nation's natural resources including water supplies, open space, and forests. Agriculture Under Secretary Harris Sherman had this to say about the report: "We should all be concerned by the projected decline in our nation‘s forests and the corresponding loss of the many critical services they provide such as clean drinking water, wildlife habitat, carbon sequestration, wood products and outdoor recreation."

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A credible Judicial System would find that the Applicant was born unloved and unwanted, as a consequence of AnthroCorpoCentric Legislator‟s failure to legislate Breeding / Parenting licences, to protect the rights of unborn and unwanted children, from unloving and incompetent parenting; while hypocritically demanding Occupational Licences for hundreds of occupations, sometimes even from children for lemonade stands, to protect those occupations consumers from alleged incompetent service and products; as a result of their corrupt endorsement of the Corporatocracy‟s Human Factory Farming Matrix: Poverty stricken voters for the Slavery Vote Farm ghetto‟s; and Surplus labour for the Cannon Fodder War Economy Racket. [103]

Legislators Allege that Licensing of Occupations is to Ensure

Occupational Competence: [104]

AnthroCorpocentric Legal doctrine holds that individuals are issued licences -

to own a gun, drive a car, practice Law, watch television, obtain credit, earn a living as a professional, fish, hunt, sell liquor, operate a business, get married – once they have fulfilled certain skills or informed consent commitment requirements required for the particular licence. [105]

According to Kleiner, Morris: Licensing Occupations: Ensuring Quality or

Restricting Competition?93: ―Occupational licensing is defined as a process where entry into an occupation requires the permission of the government, and the state requires some demonstration of a minimum degree of competency. The state usually creates a nongovernmental licensing board with political appointees, public members and members of the occupation to oversee the regulated occupations. Generally, members of the occupation dominate the licensing boards. The agency must usually be self-supporting by collecting fees and registration charges from persons in the licensed occupations. [..] The main benefits that are suggested for occupational licensing involve improving quality for those persons receiving the service. Occupational licensure creates a greater incentive for individuals to invest in more occupation-specific human capital because they will be more able to recoup the full returns to their investment if they need not face low-quality substitutes for their services (Akerlof, 1970; Shapiro, 1986).‖

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occupations that require licences in various US states, from shampooers to barbers: Ordinarily, landing a job means filling out an application, submitting a resume and interviewing with a prospective employer who will determine your fitness for the position. Or, if you want to be your own boss, it means setting up shop and convincing potential customers that your services are worth paying for. But for a growing segment of Americans, gainful employment requires convincing someone other than a prospective employer or potential customer of their value. It requires convincing the government. An ―occupational license‖ is just that—government permission to work in a particular field. To earn the license, the aspiring worker must clear various hurdles: earn a certain amount or type of education, complete specialized training, pass an exam, attain a certain grade level, pay fees and more. An ―occupational license‖ is, put simply, government permission to work in a particular field. To earn the license, an aspiring worker must clear various hurdles, such as earning a certain amount of education or training or passing an exam. In the 1950s, only one in 20 U.S. workers needed the government‘s permission to pursue their chosen occupation. Today, that figure stands at almost one in three. Table 195 provides the complete list of the 102 lower-income occupations included in this report. The list covers a diverse collection of occupations. Some serve the needs of children, such as child care workers, preschool teachers and teacher assistants. Others come from the health care sector, like dental assistants, opticians, psychiatric workers and dietetic technicians. The service sector is well represented with occupations including barbers, bartenders, cosmetologists, massage therapists, manicurists and skin care specialists, as are the building trades and the transportation sector. Some of these occupations are commonly recognized as licensed, such as barbers and contractors, while others may come as a surprise—home entertainment installers, florists, interpreters for the deaf, interior designers and upholsterers, to name a few. Some occupations, such as milk sampler, conveyor operator, still machine setter and various forms of testers, may be unfamiliar altogether. Demographically, the people who work in the 102 low- and moderate-income occupations studied are somewhat different than the general population, as shown in Table 2.1296. By definition, they make less money; they are also more likely to be male and http://www.ij.org/licensetowork http://ij.org/ol/report.php?table=1 96 http://ij.org/ol/report.php?table=2 94 95

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racial/ethnic minorities and to have less education. Particularly noteworthy is the percentage of low- and middleincome workers with less than a high school diploma—15.7 percent. As documented, a number of the 102 occupations studied require the completion of at least 12th grade, a requirement that effectively bans a substantial number of people from those occupations.

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Bacon‘s Rebellion: Occupational Licensing and the Earnings Gap97 says: Think of occupational licensing as the white collar‘s answer to labor unions. Licensed occupations don‘t engage in collective bargaining or go on strikes, but they do lobby statehouses around the country to erect barriers to entry in their profession, thus restricting competition and enabling members of the profession to maintain higher earnings than they could in a more open labor market. Occupational licensing has risen in direct proportion to which trade unionism has declined. In 1950, only 5% of the United States workforce belonged to occupations requiring a license. In 2006, 29% of the workforce did. Additionally, licensing requirements have tended to become more restrictive over time. Occupations include almost every profession associated with health care and extend to work as obscure as African hair braiding and Asian eyebrow threading, writes Courtney O‘Sullivan in an issue brief98 for the National Center for Policy Analysis. She concludes: ―Many jobs could be performed by unlicensed individuals at a lower cost, without sacrificing safety or quality. Licensing decreases the rate of job growth by an average of 20 percent and costs the economy an estimated $34.8 billion to $41.7 billion per year, in 2000 dollars, reports the Reason Foundation.‖ Cosmetologists defending their occupational turf doesn‘t contribute measurably to the wealth gap but physicians, lawyers, physical therapists, optometrists and other higher-end professions defending their turf does. Just one more example of how the rich and privileged wield the coercive power of government to stay rich and privileged.

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An article in Mental Floss: 6 Illicit Lemonade Stands Towns Had to Shut

Down99, states, among others: ―Three tween girls in Midway, Ga. had to close their lemonade stand since they lacked a ―business license, a peddler‘s permit, or a food permit, all of which would have cost them $50 a day to obtain for temporary use or $180 for the year.‖

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[108.1] It documents cases of children whose lemonade and cookie stands were shut down, as a result of alleged ‗failure to get a licence‘: Lemonade: 1983: Belleair, Florida; 1988: Watchung, New Jersey; 1993: Charleston, South Carolina; 2010: Portland, Oregon; 2011: Midway, Georgia; 2011: Appleton, Wisconsin. Cookies: 2011: Savannah, Georgia; 2011: Hazelwood, Missouri.. [109]

The North Colorado Gazette reports in: Little ‗criminals‘ operating lemonade

stands100, that: New York has expanded beyond cracking down on lemonade stands. A councilman in a New York suburb called police when he saw two 13year-old boys selling cupcakes, brownies and Rice Krispy treats for $1 apiece without a permit. A website called lemonadefreedom.com features a map showing all of the states and locations where governments have either actually shut down lemonade stands or declared them to be illegal unless a permit was issued. The number of stands shut down was large enough that the organization declared Aug. 20 to be Lemonade Freedom day and called for parents to set up stands in protest of the government crackdowns on children. Robert Fernandes, creator of the site, said while it may appear to be a trivial thing, the governments that are shutting down the stands are actually doing harm to the children.

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In Townhall: I Tried to Open a Lemonade Stand101, John Stossel, from

FoxNews tells the story of his attempts to open a Lemonade Stand in New York City. The legal hoops an individual has to jump through to open a simple lemonade stand in New York City are: [110.1] Register as sole proprietor with the County Clerk's Office (in person) [110.2] Apply to the IRS for an Employer Identification Number. [110.3] Complete 15-hr Food Protection Course! [110.4] After the course, register for an exam that takes 1 hour. You must score 70 percent to pass. (Sample question: "What toxins are associated with the puffer fish?") If you pass, allow three to five weeks for delivery of Food Protection Certificate.

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[110.5] Register for sales tax Certificate of Authority [110.6] Apply for a Temporary Food Service Establishment Permit. Must bring copies of the previous documents and completed forms to the Consumer Affairs Licensing Center. [110.7] Then, at least 21 days before opening your establishment, you must A.

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[110.8] He reports that ―We couldn't finish the process. Had we been able to schedule our health inspection and open my stand legally, it would have taken us 65 days.‖ [110.9] He concludes: ―Politicians say, "We support entrepreneurs," but the bureaucrats make it hard. The Feds alone add 80,000 pages of new rules every year. Local governments add more. There are so many incomprehensible rules that even the bureaucrats can't tell you what's legal. In the name of public safety, politicians strangle opportunity.‖ [111] AnthroCorpoCentric Legislators Avoid legislating a Parenting / Breeding License to Protect unwanted and unloved children from being conceived: ―We have seen more than once that the public welfare may call upon the best citizens for their lives. It would be strange if it could not call upon those who already sap the strength of the State for these lesser sacrifices, often not felt to be such by those concerned, in order to prevent our being swamped with incompetence. It is better for all the world if, instead of waiting to execute degenerate offspring for crime or to let them starve for their imbecility, society can prevent those who are manifestly unfit from continuing their kind. The principle that sustains compulsory vaccination is broad enough to cover cutting the Fallopian tubes. Three generations of imbeciles are enough.‖ - U.S. Supreme Court Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes, Buck v. Bell, 274 U.S. 200 (1927) 1927

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―It seems there is pretty much a consensus that when it comes to things that have the possibility to .. negatively impact the lives of people or society in general, regulation is desirable. Considering this, there is one sort of licence that is conspicuous by its absence: a licence to breed. .. Even the SPCA checks out prospective dog owners and their property before allowing them to adopt an animal. A system that requires prospective parents to demonstrate the necessary material means and parenting knowledge to look after children before being allowed to procreate would be the ideal solution to the problem. Unfortunately, uncontrolled breeding has left humanity far too stupid to implement something of the sort.‖ Michael Coetzee, Licence to Breed, 12 August 2009, The Citizen ―What becomes of the surplus of human life? It is either, 1st. destroyed by infanticide, as among the Chinese and Lacedemonians; or 2d. it is stifled or starved, as among other nations whose population is commensurate to its food; or 3d. it is consumed by wars and endemic diseases; or 4th. it overflows, by emigration, to places where a surplus of food is attainable.‖ - James Madison, 1791, U.S. President

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In Should Parents be Licensed102, Peg Little writes: ―You need a licence to drive a car, own a gun or fish for trout. You don't need a licence to raise a child. But maybe you should.‖ Because parenthood is regarded as one of the most natural things in the world, most people will react very negatively to any suggestion that a license should be required before being allowed to procreate. That would be like forcing people to have a license in order to breathe or walk – being a parent is a right rather than a privilege such as driving. But should it be? We must keep in mind that there is a lot at stake for the children themselves. When a two people become parents, there is suddenly at least one more individual whose interests must be taken into consideration: the child. Shouldn‘t children only be born into homes where they are wanted? Shouldn‘t children only be born into homes where the parents know what they are doing, know how to raise kids, and can provide the children with a psychologically and emotionally healthy atmosphere? Of course – no one can deny that this would be ideal. The question is, should the state do anything to legally enforce it? We have to face the fact that there are people out there who are parents and who probably shouldn‘t be. They may lack the intellectual, the emotional, or the psychological resources to raise children properly. Being a parent isn‘t easy – it‘s not for everyone, even though there are social pressures in society for everyone to have kids. Thus, the question isn‘t so much whether

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some people should refrain from having kids or even should be encouraged to refrain from having kids. Instead, the question is whether the state should step in enforce such an ideal. People already accept the role of the state in deciding who does and does not deserve to be a parent when it comes to custody cases, foster care, and adoption. Roger McIntyre writes: ―Can you imagine the public outcry that would occur if adoption agencies offered their children on a first-come-first-served basis, with no screening process for applicants? Imagine some drunk stumbling up and saying, ―I‘ll take that cute little blondhaired girl over there.‖‖ We could also describe a similar scenario in the context of cloning human beings. Someday this will be possible, but do you really think that it will happen without state regulation? On the contrary, there will be all kinds of regulations. Those doing the cloning will have to ensure that they don‘t create human beings who are sick or will be suffering from chronic pain. Cloners will have to provide good reasons for what they are doing — they won‘t be allowed to create their own armies, for example, or clone for the sake of personal gratification. In other words, we don‘t permit irresponsible adoption and we wouldn‘t permit the irresponsible creation of human life via cloning. Nevertheless, we do permit irresponsible parenthood and creation of life through natural means. Isn‘t there a bit of a contradiction there? If people don‘t have a right to adopt and don‘t have a right to create life via cloning, why do we think that they have a right to create life via sexual reproduction? What is it about the creation of life that would qualify as a ―right‖ in the first place? Surely it can‘t be a ―right‖ merely because it is a natural activity. Even if it is a right, though, no right is absolute. Is there a right to have children who would suffer from serious, painful, and debilitating diseases? Is there a right to have children that is completely decoupled from your responsibility to properly and adequately raise it?

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licensing program and our present policies on the adoption of children. If we retain these adoption policies--as we surely should--then, I argue, a general licensing program should also be established. Finally, I shall briefly suggest that the reason many people object to licensing is that they think parents, particularly biological parents, own or have natural sovereignty over their children.

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Additional Resources on the issue of legislating a Parenting License are

referenced in the Table of Authorities.

AnthroCorpoCentric Legislator‟s avoid legislating Breeding / Parenting licences, to protect the rights of unborn and unwanted children; as a result of their endorsement of the Corporatocracy‟s Human Farming Matrix: Poverty stricken voters for the Liberal/Left Slavery Vote Farm ghetto‟s; and Surplus labour for the Conservative/Rights Cannon Fodder War Economy Racket. [115]

Masculine Insecurity: Foundation of Anthropocentric Jurisprudence‟s

Human Farming „Control of Reproduction‟ War Economy Racket: [116]

Anthropocentric Jurisprudence Foundation: Masculine Insecurity ―Masculine Insecurity: The moment in every man's life when he questions the size of his schlong.‖ - Urban Dictionary ―The male does not have an erection .. The penis is in a state of erection, as long as the man is in a state of excitement. If something interferes with this excitement, the man has nothing. And in contrast to practically all other kinds of behaviour, the erection cannot be faked .. a man, after all, is a man for only a few minutes; most of the time he is a little boy .. in that aspect which for many a man is the proof that he is a man.‖ - Erich Fromm104 ―Threaten a man's masculinity and he will assume more macho attitudes: Masculine overcompensation is the idea that men who are insecure about their masculinity will behave in an extremely masculine way as compensation. I wanted to test this idea and also explore whether overcompensation could help explain some attitudes like support for war and animosity to homosexuals. I found that if you made men more insecure about their masculinity, they displayed more homophobic attitudes, tended to support the Iraq War more and would be more willing to purchase an SUV over another type of vehicle.‖ – Daniel

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[117] Eve‟s Seed: History and „Control of Reproduction‟ Religion of Masculine Insecurity: ―What is history? The lie that everyone agrees on...‖ – Voltaire

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In Eve‟s Seed: Masculine Insecurity, Metaphor, and the Shaping of

History, and Eve‟s Seed: Biology, the Sexes and the Course of History, Robert McElvaine described it thus: ―Karl Marx had it wrong. Class has, to be sure, been a major factor in history; but class itself is a derivative concept that is based on the ultimate causative power in history: sex. Marx‗s famous formulation must be revised: The history of all hitherto existing society is the history of struggles based on the division of our species into two sexes, jealousies emanating from this division, exaggerations of the differences between the sexes, misunderstandings about sexual reproductive power, and metaphors derived from sex. Together, these closely related matters constitute the most important, but largely neglected, set of motive forces in human history. Control -- or the claim of control -- over the means of reproduction has been even more fundamental to history than has control of the means of production... [118.1] Robert McElvaine ―throws down the gauntlet to academics and nonspecialists alike, daring a radical rethinking of the basic 'truths' on which cultures have been constructed.‖ He argues that ―there is nothing unique to Islam about male insistence on the subordination of and male control over women and their bodies.‖ McElvaine says misogynistic rulers may be religious fanatics, but their religion is not Islam, but Woody Allen‗s religion in his 2001 movie, The Curse of the Jade Scorpion: ―insecure masculinity‖. [118.2] Eve's Seed reviews ―some 94 centuries of human history, stretching from 8,000 B.C.E. and the invention of agriculture through the Middle Ages‖, to 20th century America, explaining how and why sexually insecure – ―not-a-woman‖ – men seek validation of their manhood by pursuing power, and have used their power to disproportionately influence the shaping of cultures. Daniel Aloi (02 August 2005): Men overcompensate when their masculinity is threatened, Cornell study shows, Cornell University http://www.news.cornell.edu/stories/aug05/soc.gender.dea.html 105

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[118.3] According to John Pettegrew, Deepening the History of Masculinity and the Sexes: ―Vitally important to early economic and political history (bringing such changes as the creation of substantial material surplus and the rise of large states and war), agriculture—what McElvaine describes as the first of two "megarevolutions"—also sparked a massive male "backlash," as the female invention of planting crops and animal husbandry undermined the male role as hunter. Among the masculinist responses, men took over agriculture and invented war, as women became relegated to increasing the population needed for the new social order.‖ [118.4] The first step in attempting to deal with the misshaping of the human experience that has been a direct consequence of the misunderstanding of reproductive power that took hold some six thousand years ago is to reject the idea that God is male. The second is to try, at last, to realize just how catastrophic the consequences of accepting the implications of the seed metaphor have been and to accept instead the conclusions about sexual equality towards which our modern understanding of the true nature of procreative power point. [118.5] To confront how masculine insecurity‘s demand for the Control -- or the claim of control -- over the means of reproduction has been even more fundamental to our cultural history and cultural institutions, than has control of the means of production... [119]

In Humans: An Endangered Species106 Judge Brent challenges the world

elite and his readers with two choices to: (1) Prove the author‗s facts, math, logic or conclusions wrong; (2) If unable to do so, implement his shocking birth control proposal to avoid destruction of civilization; as overpopulation and Peak Oil and NNR resource scarcity confronts regions at an accelerated pace of confrontation, conflict, and war. Judge Brent was forced to resign from the American Mensa Society, because of his views on reducing overpopulation. His writings have so irritated the Catholic Church that a Cardinal devoted an entire homily given at St. Patrick's Cathedral in New York to attacking him and his ideas. [119.1] Judge Brent‗s Shocking Proposal: ―limit the right of any male to father

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only one live child and limit the right of every woman to one live birth. [..] Since survival of our species depends on the one child rule, under my proposal any attempt to evade the rule would result in death of the evader and of any second child. The rule to be fair must be absolute, without a single exception. [..] Population would continue to be reduced pursuant to the method [..] until it reached 300 million [or a number] based on the ability of the earth to provide resources for humanity to maintain an acceptable standard of living for a minimum of 25,000 years.‖

Anthropocentric Jurisprudence Legislators Deny the Necessity for a Breeding/Parenting Licence, thereby endorsing Masculine Insecurity‟s use of the Control of Reproduction as a Weapon of War: ―The comfort of the rich depends upon an abundant supply of the poor.‖ ― Voltaire ―We must all understand that the most potent weapons of war are the penis and the womb. Therefore, if you cannot convince a group to control its population by discussion, debate, intelligent analysis etc., you must consider their action in using the penis and the womb to increase population an act of war.‖ - Former Municipal Court Judge Jason G. Brent, Humans: An Endangered Species107 ―Every right must be evaluated in the network of all rights claimed and the environment in which these rights are exercised. If we hold that every right, ―natural" or not, must be evaluated in the total system of rights operating in a world that is limited, we must inevitably conclude that no right can be presumed to be absolute, that the effect of each right on the suppliers as well as on the demanders must be determined before we can ascertain the quantity of right that is admissible. From here on out, ours is a limited world. Rights must also be limited. The greater the population, the more limited the per capita supply of all goods; hence the greater must be the limitation on individual rights, including the right to breed. At its heart, this is the political meaning of the population problem.‖ – Garrett Hardin, Limited World, Limited Rights108, Biological Sciences, University of California, Santa Barbara, CA

www.jgbrent.com Limited World, Limited Rights, by Garrett Hardin, Biological Sciences, University of California, Santa Barbara, CA http://www.garretthardinsociety.org/articles/art_limited_world_limited_rights.html 107 108

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Insecure Male World Leader‘s advocacy/endorsement of the Control of the

Means of Reproduction as a Weapon of War include President of Algeria: Houari Boumediene‗s ―wombs of our women will give us victory‖, PLO Leader: Yasser Arafat‗s ‗Palestinian womb is our greatest asset and weapon‘; ANC Leader: Nelson Mandela‗s ―Operation Production‖ forced sex and forbidden contraceptives policy; New Black Panther Party Member: Dr. Khalid Muhammad ―kill the women as they are the military manufacturing center‖; Nazi Party: Adolf Hitler‗s ―importance of fertility to breed an above average number of children‖. [121]

Houari Boumediene, President of Algeria, at the United Nations, 1974: ―The

wombs of our women will give us victory.‖ [―One day, millions of men will leave the Southern Hemisphere to go to the Northern Hemisphere. And they will not go there as friends. Because they will go there to conquer it. And they will conquer it with their sons. The wombs of our women will give us victory.‖ (Boumediene was an ardent supporter of the ANC and SWAPO)] [122]

Yasser Arafat: Palestinian Womb is his people‗s greatest asset [Arnon Soffer,

a geography professor at Israel's Haifa University and a lecturer at the Israeli Army's Staff and Command college, first warned of the impending Jewish demographic minority in the 1980s, but was widely dismissed. He predicted Arabs would outnumber Jews in both Israel proper and the occupied territories by 2010. In February 2001, the night of his election, Sharon sent an aide to ask Soffer for a copy of his 1987 treatise about the demographic threat to Israel; it was the same study that had led Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat to declare in the late 1980s that the "Palestinian womb" was his people's greatest weapon.] [123]

Nelson Mandela„s African National Congress (ANC): ANC ―Operation

Production‖ Policy: During the ANC‗s ―liberation struggle‖ African women were forced (1) to have sex with ANC cadres, & (2) not allowed to use contraception. Any woman who refused sex from an ANC cadre or was caught using contraception was detained, accused of being an 'Apartheid agent', given a People‗s Court trial, the sentence was usually Necklacing, incl. broken bottles shoved up their vagina109.

Maki Skosana was an ANC comrade who was accused – for no observable reasons – of being an apartheid spy, given a people‗s court trial and publicly executed by necklacing in July 1985. The TRC made no effort whatsoever to investigate the motives for shoving broken glass bottles up women‗s vagina‗s who were necklaced. TRC Report: ―Moloko said her sister was burned to death with a tyre around her neck while 109

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Johannes Harnischfeger, Witchcraft and the State in South Africa110:

―Especially evening assemblies girls had to attend as well: ―They would come into the house and tell us we should go. They didn't ask your mother they just said ―come let's go.‖ You would just have to go with them. They would threaten you with their belts and ultimately you would think that if you refused, they would beat you. Our parents were afraid of them‖ (quoted by Delius 1996:189). All those opposing the wishes of the young men were reminded, that it was every woman‗s obligation to give birth to new ―soldiers‖, in order to replace those warriors killed in the liberation struggle. The idiom of the adolescents referred to these patriotic efforts as ―operation production‖. Because of exactly this reason it was forbidden for the girls to use contraceptives. (Delius 1996:189; Niehaus 1999:250)‖ [125]

New Black Panther Party: Dr. Khalid Muhammad: Kill the White Woman

as the White Man‗s Military Manufacturing Center rolling out reinforcement from between her legs: In Dr. Khalid Abdul Muhammad‗s 1993 'Kill the White Man' speech, at Kean College in Union Township, New Jersey, he stated among others: ―Kill the women cause the women are the military manufacturing center; cause every nine months they lay down on their backs and reinforcement rolls out from between their legs. So shut down the military manufacturing center, by killing the white woman.‖111 [126]

Adolf Hitler and the Nazi Party: ―The selection of a racially highly worthy

wife in itself still does not necessarily mean an improvement of the race. That only comes when the right mate selection is followed by the breeding of an aboveaverage number of children. For what would the elimination of bad hereditary factors from the folk help, if simultaneously a reproduction of the good hereditary factors was not preserved and expanded? ... The birth rate will determine the future of our folk. The number of cribs must be much larger than the number of coffins. Only then can we offer successful resistance against all arising dangers and turn into deed our right, which is due us on the basis of our leading position in attending the funeral of one of the youths. Her body had been scorched by fire and some broken pieces of glass had been inserted into her vagina, Moloko told the committee. Moloko added that a big rock had been thrown on her face after she had been killed.‖ www.doj.gov.za/trc/hrvtrans/duduza/moloko.htm 110 German version of published in Anthropopos, 95/2000, S. 99-112 111 en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Khalid_Abdul_Muhammad www.metacafe.com/watch/456363/khallid_muhammads_speech_kill_the_white_man

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Europe. … Two weapons are at the disposal of each folk in the struggle for survival: Its ability to fight and its fertility. Never forget that the ability to fight of a folk alone can never make it possible for a folk to survive into the far future, rather that the inexhaustible fountain of its fertility is also necessary."112

The Anthropocentric Socio-Political Elite Profit from the absence of a Breeding/Parenting License, and their Control of Reproduction of a Surplus Cannon Fodder Population. ―War as a general social release. This is a psychosocial function, serving the same purpose for a society as do the holiday, the celebration, and the orgy for the individual--the release and redistribution of undifferentiated tensions. War provides for the periodic necessary readjustment of standards of social behaviour (the "moral climate") and for the dissipation of general boredom, one of the most consistently undervalued and unrecognized of social phenomena. War fills certain functions essential to the stability of our society; until other ways of filling them are developed, the war system must be maintained -and improved in effectiveness.‖ Report from Iron Mountain: On the Possibility and Desirability for Peace (paragraphs found respectively on p45 & p4) "I spent 33 years and 4 months in active service as a member of our country's most agile military force--the Marine Corps. I served in all commissioned ranks from second lieutenant to Major General. And during that period I spent most of my time being a high-class muscle man for Big Business, for Wall Street and for the bankers. In short, I was a racketeer for capitalism. I suspected I was part of a racket all the time. Now I am sure of it. Like all members of the military profession I never had an original thought until I left the service." -- Smedley D. Butler (1881-1940) In Valour of Ignorance, Homer Lea‗s perspective of a nations traitor enemies, are (I) those ―high or low‖ who only regard [the Nation] in a parasitical sense, as a land to batten on and grow big in, whose resources are not to be developed and conserved for the furtherance of the Republic‗s greatness, but only to satisfy the larval greed of those who subsist upon it‗s fatness; and (II) International Arbitrationists and Disarmamentists who advocate on behalf of disarmament and arbitration without understanding the true origins of war: SS Race Theory and Mate Selection Guidelines, translated from Original SS Publications by Libertarian National Socialist Green Party; original SS publication Glauben und Kampfen ("Faith and Struggle") 112

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―Only when arbitration is able to unravel the tangled skein of crime & hypocrisy among individuals can it be extended to communities & nations. As nations are only man in the aggregate, they are the aggregate of his crimes and deception and depravity, and so long as these constitute the basis of individual impulse, so long will they control the acts of nations.‖

The Human Factory Farm War Economy Matrix: [127]

In True News 13: Statism is Dead - Part 3 - The Matrix113, Stefan

Molyneux says: [127.1] Human Factory Farms: ―When you look at a map of the world, you are not looking at countries, but farms. [127.2] Farm

Management

&

Licensing:

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capitalism,

socialism,

communism, fascism, democracy – these are all livestock management approaches. The most productive livestock are the professionals, so the rulers fit them with an electronic dog collar called a ―license,‖ which only allows them to practice their trade on their own farm.‖ [127.3] Animal Farm Elections: ―To further create the illusion of freedom, the livestock are allowed to choose between a few farmers, who provide a few minor choices in how they are managed. They are never given the choice to shut down the farm, and be truly free.‖ [127.4] Problem of modern human livestock ownership: challenge of “enthusiasm”: ―Liberties are granted to the human livestock not with the goal of setting them free, but to increase their productivity. Government schools are indoctrination pens to teach livestock to love the AnthroCorpocentric farm. Of course, intellectuals, teachers, artists and priests were – and are – well paid to conceal this reality. You do not have to be livestock. Take the red pill. Wake up.‖ [128]

In Aldous Huxley‗s A Brave New World Revisited, he eloquently describes

the insidious conspiracy to manipulate the masses by propaganda and lies, so as to make them controllable under the ―steadily increasing pressures of over-population and of the over-organization imposed by growing numbers and advancing

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technology‖: ―It is perfectly possible for a man to be out of prison, and yet not free -to be under no physical constraint and yet to be a psychological captive, compelled to think, feel and act as the representatives of the national State, or of some private interest within the nation, want him to think, feel and act. There will never be such a thing as a writ of habeas mentem; for no sheriff or jailer can bring an illegally imprisoned mind into court, and no person whose mind had been made captive by the methods outlined in earlier articles would be in a position to complain of his captivity. The nature of psychological compulsion is such that those who act under constraint remain under the impression that they are acting on their own initiative. The victim of mind-manipulation does not know that he is a victim. To him, the walls of his prison are invisible, and he believes himself to be free. That he is not free is apparent only to other people. His servitude is strictly objective.‖ [129]

In Why Are Wars not being Reported Honestly (Guardian: 10/10/2010) John

Pilger describes journalists and editors confirming their role as censorship agents, along similar lines of reasoning as detailed in Dr. T. Michael Maher‗s report: How and Why Journalists Avoid the Population – Environment Connection, where PR News churnalists admit they are hoodwinked, but omit to say why they self-hoodwink/censor themselves. [130]

Pilger‗s documentary The War You Don‟t See114 traces the motivations for

the hoodwinking self censorship back to the father of public relations: Edward Bernays, the nephew of Sigmund Freud. In Bernays‗s 1928 book Propaganda, he described the conspiracy of manipulating the public with ―public relations news‖ to behave as psychologically insecure, dumbed-down, automatonic politically correct zombie consumers (with a culturally induced preference for sycophantic intellectual fairness) instead of educating them to be rational self-sufficient ecologically responsible problem solving citizens (With the courage to practice transparent public airing of dirty linen dispute resolution). The PR image management / Political Correct induced suppression of their anger, creates a sterile, fake sycophantic environment, which ripens in time, when the Human Slaughterhouse Managers are ready to market their next war, marketed for great profit 115 by the http://johnpilger.com/dvds/the-war-you-dont-see-ukThe Military-Industrial-Media Complex, Norman Solomon, FAIR, July/August 2005 http://www.fair.org/index.php?page=2627 114 115

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Churnalist Pied Pipers, as the PR/politically correct obsessed cultural adherent citizens are finally given approval ―for the release and redistribution of their undifferentiated tensions‖. [131]

The AnthroCorpocentric Legal Matrix - Attorneys, Prosecutors, Academics and

Judges - avoid implementing ―Licence to Vote and Breed‖ legislation, as a result of their endorsement of, and socio-eco-political profit from, the Human Farming116 of Economic and Military Cannon Fodder Racket ―the breeding of surplus youth bulge117 populations, to be converted into ―dumb, stupid animal pawns‖118 cannon fodder soldier armies – ―possibly the oldest, easily the most profitable, surely the most vicious‗ international profiteering racket; where their ―profits are reckoned in dollars and the losses in military families lives‖; by sending ―dumb, stupid animal pawns‖ cannon fodder soldier armies, as the ―high-class muscle men for Big Business, Wall Street and the bankers‖119; frequently to fight corporately profitable, but militarily un-winnable wars120. [132]

According to former Lt Colonel Pentagon employee and current libertarian

politician Karen Kwiatkowsi: "When mainstream media complains about the war -they do so carefully, because too many people in this country benefit in one way or another from the American warfare-welfare state. To do the right thing at the national level will cost the government -- Republicans and Democrats -- credibility (Why did we go? Why didn't we come home sooner?) and budget justification (no war on terror through occupation and aggression, no need for DHS, or a half trillion a year Pentagon budget). To do the right thing will cost -- in the short term -- actual jobs in districts who get tax dollars for products relating to maintenance and expansion of our global military empire." [133]

In War is a Racket, Former USMC General Smedley Butler writes:

Human Farming: Story of Your Enslavement youtu.be/Xbp6umQT58A Demographics & Violence: Youth Bulges: Numerous reports provide details how population age structures have significant impacts on a countries stability, governance, economic development and social well-being. Put differently, countries with large populations of idle young men, known as youth bulges, account for 70 – 90 percent of all civil conflicts. Additionally a wealth of historical studies indicates that cycles of rebellion and military campaigns in the early modern and modern world tended to coincide with periods when young adults comprised an unusually large proportion of the population. Youth Bulge Reports: (1) The Shape of Things to Come: Why Age Structure Matters to a Safer More Equitable World, by Population Action International; (2) YouthQuake: Population, fertility and environment in the 21st Century, by Optimum Population Trust. 118 "Military men are just dumb, stupid animals to be used as pawns" – Henry Kissinger, August 9, 2005 119 War is a Racket by USMC General Smedley D Butler (1881-1940) 120 Press TV, 26 May 2011: US military suicide rate exceeds combat fatalities www.youtu.be/J4SrziRCqyE 116 117

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War is just a racket. A racket is best described, I believe, as something that is not what it seems to the majority of people. Only a small inside group knows what it is about. It is conducted for the benefit of the very few at the expense of the masses. â&#x20AC;Ś The trouble with America is that when the dollar only earns 6 percent over here, then it gets restless and goes overseas to get 100 percent. Then the flag follows the dollar and the soldiers follow the flag. I wouldn't go to war again as I have done to protect some lousy investment of the bankers. There are only two things we should fight for. One is the defense of our homes and the other is the Bill of Rights. War for any other reason is simply a racket. And war is the most profitable racket in the world! There isn't a trick in the racketeering bag that the military gang is blind to. It has its "finger men" to point out enemies, its "muscle men" to destroy enemies, its "brain men" to plan war preparations, and a "Big Boss" Super-Nationalistic-Capitalism. It may seem odd for me, a military man to adopt such a comparison. Truthfulness compels me to. I spent thirty- three years and four months in active military service as a member of this country's most agile military force, the Marine Corps. I served in all commissioned ranks from Second Lieutenant to MajorGeneral. And during that period, I spent most of my time being a high class muscle- man for Big Business, for Wall Street and for the Bankers. In short, I was a racketeer, a gangster for capitalism. I suspected I was just part of a racket at the time. Now I am sure of it. Like all the members of the military profession, I never had a thought of my own until I left the service. My mental faculties remained in suspended animation while I obeyed the orders of higher-ups. This is typical with everyone in the military service. I helped make Mexico, especially Tampico, safe for American oil interests in 1914. I helped make Haiti and Cuba a decent place for the National City Bank boys to collect revenues in. I helped in the raping of half a dozen Central American republics for the benefits of Wall Street. The record of racketeering is long. I helped purify Nicaragua for the international banking house of Brown Brothers in 1909-1912 (where have I heard that name before?). I brought light to the Dominican Republic for American sugar interests in 1916. In China I helped to see to it that Standard Oil went its way unmolested. During those years, I had, as the boys in the back room would say, a swell racket. Looking back on it, I feel that I could have given Al Capone a few hints. The best he could do was to operate his racket in three districts. I operated on three continents.

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The World War, rather our brief participation in it, has cost the United States some $52,000,000,000. Figure it out. That means $400 to every American man, woman, and child. And we haven't paid the debt yet. We are paying it, our children will pay it, and our children's children probably still will be paying the cost of that war. The normal profits of a business concern in the United States are six, eight, ten, and sometimes twelve percent. But war-time profits -- ah! that is another matter -- twenty, sixty, one hundred, three hundred, and even eighteen hundred per cent -- the sky is the limit. All that traffic will bear. Uncle Sam has the money. Let's get it. Of course, it isn't put that crudely in war time. It is dressed into speeches about patriotism, love of country, and "we must all put our shoulders to the wheel," but the profits jump and leap and skyrocket -- and are safely pocketed. Let's just take a few examples: Take our friends the du Fonts, the powder people -didn't one of them testify before a Senate committee recently that their powder won the war? Or saved the world for democracy? Or something? How did they do in the war? They were a patriotic corporation. Well, the average earnings of the du Fonts for the period 1910 to 1914 were $6,000,000 a year. It wasn't much, but the du Fonts managed to get along on it. Now let's look at their average yearly profit during the war years, 1914 to 1918. Fiftyeight million dollars a year profit we find! Nearly ten times that of normal times, and the profits of normal times were pretty good. An increase in profits of more than 950 per cent. Take one of our little steel companies that patriotically shunted aside the making of rails and girders and bridges to manufacture war materials. Well, their 1910-1914 yearly earnings averaged $6,000,000. Then came the war. And, like loyal citizens, Bethlehem Steel promptly turned to munitions making. Did their profits jump -- or did they let Uncle Sam in for a bargain? Well, their 1914-1918 average was $49,000,000 a year! Or, let's take United States the five-year period prior to Not bad. Then along came the average yearly profit for the Not bad.

Steel. The normal earnings during the war were $105,000,000 a year. war and up went the profits. The period 1914-1918 was $240,000,000.

There you have some of the steel and powder earnings. Let's look at something else. A little copper, perhaps. That always does well in war times. Anaconda, for instance. Average yearly earnings during the prewar years 1910-1914 of $10,000,000. During the war years 19141918 profits leaped to $34,000,000 per year. Or Utah Copper. Average of $5,000,000 per year during the 1910-1914 period. Jumped to an average of $21,000,000 yearly profits for the war period.

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Let's group these five, with three smaller companies. The total yearly average profits of the pre-war period 1910-1914 were $137,480,000. Then along came the war. The average yearly profits for this group skyrocketed to $408,300,000. A little increase in profits of approximately 200 per cent. Does war pay? It paid them. But they aren't the only ones. There are still others. Let's take leather. For the three-year period before the war the total profits of Central Leather Company were $3,500,000. That was approximately $1,167,000 a year. Well, in 1916 Central Leather returned a profit of $15,000,000, a small increase of 1,100 per cent. That's all. The General Chemical Company averaged a profit for the three years before the war of a little over $800,000 a year. Came the war, and the profits jumped to $12,000,000. a leap of 1,400 per cent. International Nickel Company - and you can't have a war without nickel - showed an increase in profits from a mere average of $4,000,000 a year to $73,000,000 yearly. Not bad? An increase of more than 1,700 per cent. American Sugar Refining Company averaged $2,000,000 a year for the three years before the war. In 1916 a profit of $6,000,000 was recorded. Listen to Senate Document No. 259. The Sixty-Fifth Congress, reporting on corporate earnings and government revenues. Considering the profits of 122 meat packers, 153 cotton manufacturers, 299 garment makers, 49 steel plants, and 340 coal producers during the war. Profits under 25 per cent were exceptional. For instance the coal companies made between 100 per cent and 7,856 per cent on their capital stock during the war. The Chicago packers doubled and tripled their earnings. And let us not forget the bankers who financed the great war. If anyone had the cream of the profits it was the bankers. Being partnerships rather than incorporated organizations, they do not have to report to stockholders. And their profits were as secret as they were immense. How the bankers made their millions and their billions I do not know, because those little secrets never become public - even before a Senate investigatory body. But here's how some of the other patriotic industrialists and speculators chiseled their way into war profits. Take the shoe people. They like war. It brings business with abnormal profits. They made huge profits on sales abroad to our allies. Perhaps, like the munitions manufacturers and armament makers, they also sold to the enemy. For a dollar is a dollar whether it comes from Germany or from France. But they did well by Uncle Sam too. For instance, they sold Uncle Sam 35,000,000 pairs of hobnailed service shoes. There were 4,000,000 soldiers. Eight pairs, and more, to a soldier. My regiment during the war 57


had only one pair to a soldier. Some of these shoes probably are still in existence. They were good shoes. But when the war was over Uncle Sam has a matter of 25,000,000 pairs left over. Bought -- and paid for. Profits recorded and pocketed. There was still lots of leather left. So the leather people sold your Uncle Sam hundreds of thousands of McClellan saddles for the cavalry. But there wasn't any American cavalry overseas! Somebody had to get rid of this leather, however. Somebody had to make a profit in it -- so we had a lot of McClellan saddles. And we probably have those yet. Also somebody had a lot of mosquito netting. They sold your Uncle Sam 20,000,000 mosquito nets for the use of the soldiers overseas. I suppose the boys were expected to put it over them as they tried to sleep in muddy trenches -- one hand scratching cooties on their backs and the other making passes at scurrying rats. Well, not one of these mosquito nets ever got to France! Anyhow, these thoughtful manufacturers wanted to make sure that no soldier would be without his mosquito net, so 40,000,000 additional yards of mosquito netting were sold to Uncle Sam. There were pretty good profits in mosquito netting in those days, even if there were no mosquitoes in France. I suppose, if the war had lasted just a httle longer, the enterprising mosquito netting manufacturers would have sold your Uncle Sam a couple of consignments of mosquitoes to plant in France so that more mosquito netting would be in order. Airplane and engine manufacturers felt they, too, should get their just profits out of this war. Why not? Everybody else was getting theirs. So $1,000,000,000 -- count them if you live long enough -- was spent by Uncle Sam in building airplane engines that never left the ground! Not one plane, or motor, out of the billion dollars worth ordered, ever got into a battle in France. Just the same the manufacturers made their little profit of 30, 100, or perhaps 300 per cent. Undershirts for soldiers cost 140 [cents] to make and uncle Sam paid 300 to 400 each for them - a nice little profit for the undershirt manufacturer. And the stocking manufacturer and the uniform manufacturers and the cap manufacturers and the steel helmet manufacturers -- all got theirs. Why, when the war was over some 4,000,000 sets of equipment -knapsacks and the things that go to fill them -- crammed warehouses on this side. Now they are being scrapped because the regulations have changed the contents. But the manufacturers collected their wartime profits on them -- and they will do it all over again the next time. There were lots of brilliant ideas for profit making during the war. One very versatile patriot sold Uncle Sam twelve dozen 48-inch wrenches. Oh, they were very nice wrenches. The only trouble was that there was only one nut ever made that was large enough for

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these wrenches. That is the one that holds the turbines at Niagara Falls. Well, after Uncle Sam had bought them and the manufacturer had pocketed the profit, the wrenches were put on freight cars and shunted all around the United States in an effort to find a use for them. When the Armistice was signed it was indeed a sad blow to the wrench manufacturer. He was just about to make some nuts to fit the wrenches. Then he planned to sell these, too, to your Uncle Sam. Still another had the brilliant idea that colonels shouldn't ride in automobiles, nor should they even ride on horseback. One has probably seen a picture of Andy Jackson riding in a buckboard. Well, some 6,000 buckboards were sold to Uncle Sam for the use of colonels! Not one of them was used. But the buckboard manufacturer got his war profit. The shipbuilders felt they should come in on some of it, too. They built a lot of ships that made a lot of profit. More than $3,000,000,000 worth. Some of the ships were all right. But $635,000,000 worth of them were made of wood and wouldn't float! The seams opened up -- and they sank. We paid for them, though. And somebody pocketed the profits. It has been estimated by statisticians and economists and researchers that the war cost your Uncle Sam $52,000,000,000. Of this sum, $39,000,000,000 was expended in the actual war itself. This expenditure yielded $16,000,000,000 in profits. That is how the 21,000 billionaires and millionaires got that way. This $16,000,000,000 profits is not to be sneezed at. It is quite a tidy sum. And it went to a very few. The Senate (Nye) committee probe of the munitions industry and its wartime profits, despite its sensational disclosures, hardly has scratched the surface. Even so, it has had some effect. The State Department has been studying "for some time" methods of keeping out of war. The War Department suddenly decides it has a wonderful plan to spring. The Administration names a committee -with the War and Navy Departments ably represented under the chairmanship of a Wall Street speculator -- to submit profits in war time. To what extent isn't suggested. Hmmm. Possibly the profits of 300 and 600 and 1,600 per cent of those who turned blood into gold in the World War would be limited to some smaller figure. Apparently, however, the plan does not call for any limitation of losses -- that is, the losses of those who fight the war. As far as I have been able to ascertain there is nothing in the scheme to limit a soldier to the loss of but one eye, or one arm, or to limit his wounds to one or two or three. Or to limit the loss of life. There is nothing in this scheme, apparently, that says not more than 12 per cent of a regiment shall be wounded in battle, or that not more than 7 per cent in a division shall be killed. Of course, the committee cannot be bothered with such trifling matters. 59


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In CIA Agent says War is Eugenics121, Robert Steele, Former CIA Agent

admits that War is Eugenics, profiting from the human farming and culling of overpopulation. [135.1] Steele used to believe that wars were caused by accidents, emotions and ethnic hatred, but as his reading progressed, he realized that War is in fact a Racket, as USMC General Butler states. Steele agrees that the US military are used to colonize nations for the benefits of US corporations. But behind the Corporations are the banks, and behind the banks are a few wealthy banking families, such as the Rothschilds and Rockefellers. It turns out he alleges that Wars and Genocides, are a form of Eugenics. They are harvesting profit from people they wish to cull, and if they can profit from human farming and the culling of the surplus population. The CIA are used by US Corporations, via the US Government to uphold Dictators around the world, obedient to Corporations. The CIA is a major source of instability around the world, and this instability, whether intentional or not, is very very very profitable for a few corporations and banks. [136]

Similarly, in Confessions of an Economic Hitman122, and The Secret

History of the American Empire: Economic Hit Men, Jackals, and the Truth about Global Corruption123, John Perkins describes his role as one of many ―Economic hit men,‖ who ―are highly paid professionals who cheat countries around the globe out of trillions of dollars. Their tools include fraudulent financial reports, rigged elections, payoffs, extortion, sex, and murder.‖ [137]

His job was to convince countries that are strategically important to the U.S.—

from Indonesia to Panama—to accept enormous loans for infrastructure development, and to make sure that the lucrative projects were contracted to U. S. corporations. Saddled with huge debts, these countries came under the control of the United States government, World Bank and other U.S.-dominated aid agencies that acted like loan sharks—dictating repayment terms and bullying foreign governments into submission.

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Anthropocentric Socio-Political Elite Profit from the Control Reproduction of a Surplus Vote & Poverty Pimp Fodder Population.

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THE POVERTY PIMPS' POEM124 Let us celebrate the poor, Let us hawk them door to door. There's a market for their pain, Votes and glory and money to gain. Let us celebrate the poor. Their ills, their sins, their faulty diction Flavor our songs and spice our fiction. Their hopes and struggles and agonies Get us grants and consulting fees. Celebrate thugs and clowns, Give their ignorance all renown. Celebrate what holds them down, In our academic gowns. Let us celebrate the poor. ―This is how the game works: public money levied in taxes from the poor of the rich countries is transferred in the form of ‗foreign aid‘ to the rich in the poor countries; the rich in the poor countries then hand it back for safe-keeping to the rich in the rich countries. The real trick, throughout this cycle of expropriation, is to maintain the pretence that it is the poor in poor countries who are being helped all along. The winner is the player who manages to keep a straight face while building up a billion-dollar bank account‖ – Lords of Poverty, Graeme Hancock "When we address the issue of poverty, we really have to look at the issue of who benefits from poverty, and the fact of the matter is the wealthy folks benefit from poverty. So in a way you might say the problem is not so much poverty, as the problem is, wealth, prosperity, taken to an extreme; that wealth is used as the measure of value in a culture. In order for a relatively small percentage of the population to have allot of wealth, you have to have a very large percentage of the population essentially acting as slaves. They've got to be impoverished. It is absolutely to the advantage of the Corporatocracy‘s, to the people who control our biggest Corporations, to have a mass of poor people around the world, that they can draw on for labour, and as long as they remain impoverished, they cannot object to their resources being taken from them, and we get to exploit them." - John Perkins

The Poverty Pimps Poem, by Thomas Sowell See: http://www.capitalismmagazine.com/politics/poverty/923The-Poverty-Pimps-Poem.html 124

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on Globalization125

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Vote or poverty pimp fodder armies are as beneficial to their political and

poverty pimping ‗Idiot Compassion‘ academic and non-profit profiteering racket elite; as cannon fodder are to the Military Industrial Complex elite. [139]

In Living on a lifeboat126, Garrett Hardin describes how Multinational

Corporate Profits are the real motive for the alleged ‗humanitarian‘ ‗Food Aid‘ to Africa: Following World War II, U.S. agricultural surpluses reached alarming levels, and storage of excess grain cost the government millions of dollars per year--even as the food deteriorated and became inedible. A solution had to be found, and in 1954 President Dwight D. Eisenhower signed the Agricultural Trade Development Assistance Act into law. The program, known as Public Law 480, benefited the U.S. by decreasing food surpluses and by creating new markets for its agricultural products.... ..... Our experience with Public Law 480 clearly reveals the answer. This was the law that moved billions of dollars worth of U.S. grain to food-short, population-long countries during the past two decades. When P. L. 480 first came into being, a headline in the business magazine Forbes (Paddock and Paddock 1970) revealed the power behind it: "Feeding the World's Hungry Millions: How It Will Mean Billions for U.S. Business." And indeed it did. In the years 1960 to 1970 a total of $7.9 billion was spent on the "Food for Peace" program, as P. L. 480 was called. During the years 1948 to 1970 an additional $49.9 billion were extracted from American taxpayers to pay for other economic aid programs, some of which went for food and foodproducing machinery. (This figure does not include military aid.) That P. L. 480 was a give-away program was concealed. Recipient countries went through the motions of paying for P. L. 480 food with IOUs. In December 1973 the charade was brought to an end as far as India was concerned when the United States "forgave" India's $3.2 billion debt (Anonymous 1974). Public announcement of the cancellation of the debt was delayed for two months; one wonders why. "Famine-1975!" (Paddock and Paddock 1970) is one of the few publications that points out the commercial roots of this humanitarian attempt. Though all U.S. taxpayers lost by P. L. 480, special interest groups gained handsomely. Farmers benefited because they were not asked to contribute the grain -it was http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TFC18pFvo1g Garrett Hardin (1974): Living on a Lifeboat, BioScience, vol 24(10), pp. 561-568 and in The Social Contract, Fall 2001 issue. Currently available in Stalking the Wild Taboo. 125 126

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bought from them by the taxpayers. Besides the direct benefit there was the indirect effect of increasing demand and thus raising prices of farm products generally. The manufacturers of farm machinery, fertilizers, and pesticides benefited by the farmers extra efforts to grow more food. Grain elevators profited from storing the grain for varying lengths of time. Railroads made money hauling it to port, and shipping lines by carrying it overseas. Moreover, once the machinery for P. L. 480 was established, an immense bureaucracy had a vested interest in its continuance regardless of its merits. Very little was ever heard of these selfish interests when P. L. 480 was defended in public. The emphasis was always on its humanitarian effects. The combination of multiple and relatively silent selfish interests with highly vocal humanitarian apologists constitutes a powerful lobby for extracting money from taxpayers. Foreign aid has become a habit that can apparently survive in the absence of any known justification.

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According to Graeme Hancock‘s Lords of Poverty: The Power, Prestige and

Corruption of the International Aid Business: ―At $60 billion a year [in 1989]… aid is already quite large enough to do harm. Indeed, as this book has argued at some length, it is often profoundly dangerous to the poor and inimical to their interests: it has financed the creation of monstrous projects that, at vast expense, have devastated the environment and ruined lives; it has supported and legitimised brutal tyrannies; it has facilitated the emergence of fantastical and Byzantine bureaucracies staffed by legions of self-serving hypocrites; it has sapped the initiative, creativity and enterprise of ordinary people and substituted the superficial and irrelevant glitz of imported advice; it has sucked potential entrepreneurs and intellectuals in the developing countries into non-productive administrative activities; it has created a ‗moral tone‘ in international affairs that denies the hard task of wealth creation and that substitutes easy handouts for the rigours of self-help; in addition, throughout the Third World, it has allowed the dead grip of imposed officialdom to suppress popular choice and individual freedom. ―Aid has its defenders, not least the highly paid publicrelations men and women who spend millions of dollars a year justifying the continued existence of the agencies that employ them. Such professional communicators must reject out of hand the obvious conclusions of this book: that aid is a waste of time and money, that its results are fundamentally bad, and that — far from being increased — it should be stopped forthwith before more damage is done. ―Whenever such suggestions are made the lobbyists throw up their hands in horror. Despite some regrettable failures, they protect, aid is justified by its successes; despite some glitches and 63


problems, it is essentially something that works; most important of all — the emotional touch, the appeal to the heartstrings — they argue with passion that aid must not be stopped because the poor could not survive without it. The Brandt Commission provided a classic example of this line of thought: ‗For the poorest countries,‘ it told us flatly in its final report, ‗aid is essential to survival.‘ ―Such statements, however, patronise and undervalue the people of the poor countries concerned. They are, in addition, logically indefensible when uttered by those who also want us to believe that ‗aid works‘. Through history and pre-history all countries everywhere got by perfectly well without any aid at all. Furthermore, in the 1950s they got by with much less aid than they did, for example, in the 1970s — and were apparently none the worse for the experience. Now, suddenly, at the tail end of almost fifty years of development assistance, we are told that large numbers of these same countries have lost the ability to survive a moment longer unless they continue to receive everlarger amounts of aid. If this is indeed the case — and if the only measurable impact of all these decades of development has been to turn tenacious survivors into helpless dependents — then it seems to me to be beyond dispute that aid does not work. ―On the other hand, if the statement that ‗aid works‘ is true, then presumably the poor should be in a much better shape than they were before they first began to receive it half a century ago. If so, then aid‘s job should by now be nearly over and it ought to be possible to begin a gradual withdrawal without hurting anyone. ―Of course, the ugly reality is that most poor people in most poor countries most of the time never receive or even make contact with aid in any tangible shape or form: whether is it present or absent, increased or decreased, are thus issues that are simply irrelevant to the ways in which they conduct their daily lives. After the multi-billion-dollar ‗financial flows‘ involved have been shaken through the sieve of over-priced and irrelevant goods that must be bought in the donor countries, filtered again in the deep pockets of hundreds of thousands of foreign experts and aid agency staff, skimmed off by dishonest commission agents, and stolen by corrupt Ministers and Presidents, there is really very little left to go around. This little, furthermore, is then used thoughtlessly, or maliciously, or irresponsibly by those in power — who have no mandate from the poor, who do not consult with them and who are utterly indifferent to their fate. Small wonder, then, that the effects of aid are so often vicious and destructive for the most vulnerable members of human society.‖

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Other resources of critics exposing the Lords of Poverty Foreign Aid Programs

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Aid and International Charity127; (ii) Der Spiegel: “For God's Sake, Please STOP the AID to Africa!” - Kenyan Economics Expert James Shikwati128; (iii) The American: Africans to Bono: “For God‟s Sake, Please STOP!”129, Jennifer Brea, June 22, 2007; (iv) Der Spiegel: Too Much of a Good Thing130, Erich Wiedemann and Thilo Thielke, 07 April 2005. [142]

According to Ntokozo Khumalo, a business writer, producer & report who has

been with CNBC Africa, Africa Business Review and eNCA Africa Edition, in: The dirty -- breeding war -- games the South African government plays to win votes131, the African National Congress use welfare: child support grants to breed the ANC thousands of co-dependent poverty stricken ANC voters, or vote fodder. [143]

According to Meshack Mabogoane, founder of Federal Africa132, the ANC pimps

its own people into poverty by its conscious and deliberate ―abnormal governmentsponsored population explosion of Malthusian poverty aggravation, moral degeneration and social disintegration‖.133

ARGUMENT: MULTI-GLOBALCORP-CULTURAL COLONIALISM A credible Judicial System would find that the Applicant was born unloved and unwanted, as a consequence of the destruction of strong family and culturally homogenous tribal values by Corporate Multicultural Colonialism: the ideal Egotist Consumptionism cultural Ideology for Multinational Capitalism; where all states and all cultures are colonized as consumptionist slaves to Multinational Corporations. ―We Americans are apostles of the Fast World, the prophets of the free market and high priests of high tech. We want ‗enlargement‘ of both our values and Pizza Huts. We want the world to follow our lead and become democratic and capitalistic, with a Web site in every pot, a Pepsi on every lip, Microsoft Windows in every computer and with everyone,

http://astore.amazon.com/whitrefu-20/detail/0743227867 http://www.spiegel.de/international/spiegel/0,1518,363663,00.html 129 http://www.american.com/archive/2007/july-0707/africans-to-bono-for-gods-sake-please-stop http://jenbrea.typepad.com/africabeat/2007/06/africans-to-bon.html 130 http://www.spiegel.de/international/spiegel/0,1518,363604,00.html 131 http://why-we-are-white-refugees.blogspot.com/2013/01/ntokozo-khumalo-dirty-breeding-war.html 132 http://federalafrica.co.za/?page_id=2 127 128

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everywhere, pumping their own gas.‖134 ―…globalization has its own dominant culture, which is why it tends to be homogenizing. Culturally speaking, globalization is largely, though not entirely, the spread of Americanization – from Big Macs to Mickey Mouse – on a global scale.‖135 - Thomas L Friedman

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In Stalking the Wild Taboo, by Garrett Hardin136: Part 4: Competition: (20)

Competition, a Tabooed Idea in Sociology; (21) The Cybernetics of Competition; (22) Population, Biology and the Law; (23) Population Skeletons in the Environmental Closet; (24) The Survival of Nations and Civilisations, he deals with the concept of Competition, a process that is inescapable in societies living in a finite resource world. He proves that the end result of perfect laissez-faire, competition‘s end result reduces all competitors until there is only one left. The monopolist will try to manipulate the machinery of society in such a way as to extend his powers everywhere, without limit. The same applies to labour monopolies. Under these conditions it is important to seek the boundary conditions within which the rule of laissez-faire can produce stability. An Act that may be harmless when the system is healthy and strong may be quite destructive when the system is stressed near its limits. To promote the goal of stability, a law must take cognizance not only of the act but also of the state of the system at the time the act is performed. A good example is described by Ben Bagdikian137 of the systemic process of corporate media cannibalism in Media Monopoly138. [145]

Globalization refers to the dominance of multinational corporations and the

destruction of cultural identities. [146]

Marxist and Leninist theories of imperialism assumed that the quest for ever-

expanding markets would in time compel nation-based capitalist economies to push Thomas L. Friedman, ‗A Manifesto for the Fast World‘, The New York Times Magazine, 28 March 1999. Friedman, The Lexus and the Olive Tree (New York, 1999), 8. 136 Garrett James Hardin (21 April 1915 – 14 September 2003) was a leading ecologist from Dallas, Texas, who warned of the dangers of overpopulation and whose concept of the tragedy of the commons brought attention to "the damage that innocent actions by individuals can inflict on the environment". He was most well known for his elaboration of this theme in his 1968 paper, The Tragedy of the Commons. He is also known for Hardin's First Law of Ecology: "You cannot do only one thing". 137 In 1971, whistleblower Daniel Ellsberg gave Bagdikian — then an editor at the Washington Post — portions of the Pentagon Papers, a top-secret classified history of the Vietnam War. Bagdikian passed a copy of the documents to Senator Mike Gravel, who promptly read them into the Congressional Record. 138 The Media Monopoly, Boston: Beacon Press, 1983. 134 135

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against national boundaries in search of an international economic imperium. Whatever else has happened to the scientistic predictions of Marxism, in this domain they have proved farsighted. All national economies are now vulnerable to the inroads of larger, transnational markets within which trade is free, currencies are convertible, access to banking is open, and contracts are enforceable under law. In Europe, Asia, Africa, the South Pacific, and the Americas such markets are eroding national sovereignty and giving rise to entities—international banks, trade associations, transnational lobbies like OPEC and Greenpeace, world news services like CNN and the BBC, and multinational corporations that increasingly lack a meaningful national identity—that neither reflect nor respect nationhood as an organizing or regulative principle. ―Cultural imperialism is used to (1) increase demand for foreign goods; (2) depress growth within local industry; and, (3) foster a consumerist mentality where the need to save is overcome by the desire to emulate the foreign rich. Once such a desire is instilled in this market, corporations (4) widen and consolidate their market by investing in merchandising facilities and sales promotion. Their goal of establishing of preference for their goods in the local economy means that they are involved in the international transmission of values.‖ - Glendal P. Robinson, ‗A Mythic Perspective of Commodification on the World Wide Web‘.

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Multiculturalism: The Cultural Logic of Multinational Capitalism139, that fake Multiculturalism, is the ideal Egotist Consumptionism cultural logic of Multinational Capitalism, intent on colonizing all cultures into slaves to Egotist Consumptionism. Multinational Corporations wish to colonized all nations and their cultures, turning all culture‘s primary cultural value into that of an egotist consumer, for the profits of multinational corporations. Multiculturalism: How, then, does the universe of Capital relate to the form of Nation State in our era of global capitalism? Perhaps, this relationship is best designated as ‗autocolonization‘: with the direct multinational functioning of Capital, we are no longer dealing with the standard opposition Slavoj Žižek: Multiculturalism or the cultural logic of multinational capitalism, in: Razpol 10 - glasilo Freudovskega polja, Ljubljana 1997 http://www.soc.aau.dk/fileadmin/user_upload/kbm/VoF/ Kurser/2011/Multiculturalism/slavoj_zizek-multiculturalism-or-the-cultural-logic-of-multinationalcapitalism.pdf 139

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between metropolis and colonized countries; a global company as it were cuts its umbilical cord with its mother-nation and treats its country of origins as simply another territory to be colonized. This is what disturbs so much the patriotically oriented right-wing populists, from Le Pen to Buchanan: the fact that the new multinationals have towards the French or American local population exactly the same attitude as towards the population of Mexico, Brazil or Taiwan. Is there not a kind of poetic justice in this self-referential turn? Today‘s global capitalism is thus again a kind of ‗negation of negation‘, after national capitalism and its internationalist/colonialist phase. At the beginning (ideally, of course), there is capitalism within the confines of a Nation-State, with the accompanying international trade (exchange between sovereign Nation-States); what follows is the relationship of colonization in which the colonizing country subordinates and exploits (economically, politically, culturally) the colonized country; the final moment of this process is the paradox of colonization in which there are only colonies, no colonizing countries—the colonizing power is no longer a Nation-State but directly the global company. In the long term, we shall all not only wear Banana Republic shirts but also live in banana republics. And, of course, the ideal form of ideology of this global capitalism is multiculturalism, the attitude which, from a kind of empty global position, treats each local culture the way the colonizer treats colonized people—as ‗natives‘ whose mores are to be carefully studied and ‗respected‘. That is to say, the relationship between traditional imperialist colonialism and global capitalist self-colonization is exactly the same as the relationship between Western cultural imperialism and multiculturalism: in the same way that global capitalism involves the paradox of colonization without the colonizing Nation-State metropole, multiculturalism involves patronizing Eurocentrist distance and/or respect for local cultures without roots in one‘s own particular culture. In other words, multiculturalism is a disavowed, inverted, self-referential form of racism, a ‗racism with a distance‘—it ‗respects‘ the Other‘s identity, conceiving the Other as a self-enclosed ‗authentic‘ community towards which he, the multiculturalist, maintains a distance rendered possible by his privileged universal position. Multiculturalism is a racism which empties its own position of all positive content (the multiculturalist is not a direct racist, he doesn‘t oppose to the Other the particular values of his own culture), but nonetheless retains this position as the privileged empty point of universality from which one is able to appreciate (and depreciate) properly other particular cultures— the multiculturalist respect for the Other‘s specificity is the very form of asserting one‘s own superiority.

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The International Network for Cultural Diversity (INCD140) is a worldwide

network of artists and cultural groups dedicated to countering the homogenizing effects of multinational corporate globalization on cultural diversity. [149]

In Constant Conflict141, Lt. Col. Ralph Peters effectively agrees with Zizek: [..] Contemporary American culture is the most powerful in history, and the most destructive of competitor cultures. While some other cultures, such as those of East Asia, appear strong enough to survive the onslaught by adaptive behaviors, most are not. The genius, the secret weapon, of American culture is the essence that the elites despise: ours is the first genuine people's culture. It stresses comfort and convenience--ease--and it generates pleasure for the masses. We are Karl Marx's dream, and his nightmare. Secular and religious revolutionaries in our century have made the identical mistake, imagining that the workers of the world or the faithful just can't wait to go home at night to study Marx or the Koran. Well, Joe Sixpack, Ivan Tipichni, and Ali Quat would rather "Baywatch." America has figured it out, and we are brilliant at operationalizing our knowledge, and our cultural power will hinder even those cultures we do not undermine. There is no "peer competitor" in the cultural (or military) department. Our cultural empire has the addicted--men and women everywhere-clamoring for more. And they pay for the privilege of their disillusionment. American culture is criticized for its impermanence, its "disposable" products. But therein lies its strength. All previous cultures sought ideal achievement which, once reached, might endure in static perfection. American culture is not about the end, but the means, the dynamic process that creates, destroys, and creates anew. If our works are transient, then so are life's greatest gifts--passion, beauty, the quality of light on a winter afternoon, even life itself. American culture is alive. [..] Our military power is culturally based. They cannot rival us without becoming us. .. [..] In the meantime, the average American can look forward to a longer life-span, a secure retirement, and free membership in the most triumphant culture in history. For the majority of our citizens, our vulgar, nearchaotic, marvelous culture is the greatest engine of positive change in history. .[..] .. It remains difficult, of course, for military leaders to conceive of warfare, informational or

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otherwise, in such broad terms. But Hollywood is "preparing the battlefield," and burgers precede bullets. The flag follows trade. .. [[..] .. Our unconscious alliance of culture with killing power is a combat multiplier no government, including our own, could design or afford. We are magic. And we're going to keep it that way. ..[..] Culture is fate. Countries, clans, military services, and individual soldiers are products of their respective cultures, and they are either empowered or imprisoned. The majority of the world's inhabitants are prisoners of their cultures, and they will rage against inadequacies they cannot admit, cannot bear, and cannot escape.

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Consumptionism: Consumption Vanity Disorder: ―Consumptionism: where State considers an individuals importance in terms of consumption, not citizenship‖ – The Century of the Self, Adam Curtis "We must shift America from a needs to a desires culture. People must be trained to desire. To want new things even before the old have been entirely consumed. We must shape a new mentality in America." - Paul Mazer ―Cultural Capitalism: where the very act of egotist consumption, already includes the price for its opposite.‖ – Slavoy Zizek ―[A ‗throwaway‘ society‘ means] more than just throwing away produced goods (creating a monumental waste-disposal problem), but also being able to throw away values, life-styles, stable relationships, and attachments to things, buildings, places, people, and received ways of doing and being… individuals were forced to cope with disposability, novelty and the prospects for instant obsolescence.‖142 – David Harvey

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Consumption-Vanity Disorder143 is a disease spread not through a mutating

virus or genetic predisposition – but through cultural ―Memes‖ – turning the world into a reflection of the advertising images broadcast daily by 90% of all media - a world of mini-malls, fashion obsessions, fake tits and belligerent gadgetry. [152]

1924: Samuel Strauss: Consumptionism: science of compelling men to

use more and more things: Samuel Strauss was a journalist and philosopher

David Harvey, The Condition of Post-modernity: An Enquiry into the Origins of Cultural Change (Oxford, 1989), 143 Consumption Vanity Disorder: http://youtu.be/iKkEjl-RSfc 142

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writing in the 1920s. The November 1924 issue of The Atlantic Monthly carried Strauss' signature essay, "'Things Are in the Saddle.'" Following nineteenth century American transcendentalist Ralph Waldo Emerson, whose ode he quotes, Strauss contemplates the empire of "things" and the ethics of "consumptionism" he felt had overtaken the country. He defines "consumptionism" as "the science of compelling men to use more and more things." [153]

Strauss was of the opinion that, despite their differences, both capitalism and

socialism were moving society in the same damnable direction, in a competition to see "which can ensure the distribution of the most goods to the people." [154]

Samuel Strauss suggested the term consumptionism to characterize this new

way of life that, he said, created a person with ―a philosophy of life that committed human beings to the production of more and more things—―more this year than last year, more next year than this‖—and that emphasized the ―standard of living‖ above all other values. [155]

1929: Keep the Consumer Dissatisfied - Charles Kettering, General

Motors Research Director, in Nations Business: Charles Kettering wrote that: ―We hear people complaining because of new models in automobiles. If it were not for these new models these same people would be paying more for what they have. Recognition of the fact that progress is inevitable forces us to recognize that we must have improvements in motor cars. We, as manufacturers, must offer those improvements after they have been found to be capable improvements. The public buys and disposes of what it has. The fact that it is able to dispose of what it has enables us, as producers, to put a lower price tag on the new model. The law of economy in mass production enters here. We are permitted to turn out cars in volume because there is a market for them. If automobile owners could not dispose of their cars to a lower buying strata they would have to wear out their cars with a consequent tremendous cutting in the yearly demand for automobiles, a certain increase in production costs, and the natural passing along of these costs to the buyer. If everyone were satisfied, no one would buy the new thing because no one would want it. The ore wouldn't be mined; timber wouldn't be cut. Almost immediately hard times would be upon us.‖ [156]

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Edward Bernays144, the father of "Public Relations"145, developed public relations, by using his Uncle Sigmund Freud‗s discoveries concerning the unconscious "primitive sexual and aggressive forces"146, to change the focus of advertising from the facts of a product147, to implying the product would fulfill the individuals psychological/sexual insecurities148 (Insecurity about small penis: purchase a large car149; Female penis envy insecurity: start smoking150). "Public Relations‗ worked to psychologically engineer and manipulate citizens into the "All Consuming Self": the illusionary belief the power is finally in their hands, they live in a "democracy" 151; they are in charge152, while their sense of identity is subconsciously manipulated from citizen (individual authority/inner power of personal decision-making) to consumer (empty vessel addicted to consumption of external ideas and products for sense of identity and acceptance153), fueling the growth of the "Freedom is DebtSlavery" mass-consumer society154. [157]

Cultural Capitalism‟s Egotist Consumption: Where the very act of

egotist consumption, already includes the price for its opposite: [158]

In First as Tragedy, then as Farce155, Communist Philosopher and

Economist Slavoj Zizek shares his perspective on the problems of ‗Ethical Consumption‘: ―Like Soros, in the morning he grabs the money; in the afternoon, he gives half of the money back to charity. In today's capitalism, more and more the tendency is to bring this tendency together. So when you buy something, your antiCurtis (2002): The Century of the Self (01/04) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OmUzwRCyTSo ".. If you could use propaganda for war, you could certainly use it for peace .. propaganda got to be a bad word .. so I found another word .. public relations" (07:15-08:39) 146 "A hundred years ago, a new theory of human nature was put forward by Sigmund Freud. He had discovered, primitive sexual and aggressive forces, hidden deep inside the minds of all human beings" (00:1021, 04:28-05:47, 09:10-10:20) 147 ".. a products practical virtues, nothing more" (15:40-16:10) 148 "He showed American corporations how they could make people want things they didn‗t need, by linking mass produced goods to their unconscious desires." (01:21) 149 ".. tell car companies, they could sell cars as symbols of male sexuality" (14:20, 18:45-19:00) 150 "Bernays set out to experiment with the minds of the popular classes .. "cigarettes were a symbol of the penis and of male sexual power" .. "connect smoking cigarettes to idea of challenging male power, women would smoke to have their own "torches of freedom" penis .. hence irrelevant objects could become powerful emotional identity symbols" (10:22-:14:25) 151 "[At Versailles] .. we worked to make the world safe for democracy.. that was the big slogan .." (07:15-08:39) 152 "Out of this would come a new political idea about how to control the masses, by satisfying people‗s inner selfish desires, one made them happy and thus docile; which was the start of the All Consuming Self .." (01:30) 153 Paul Meyser of Lehman Brothers wrote "We must shift America from a needs to a desire culture. People must be trained to desire. People must want new things before the old have been entirely consumed. We must shape a new mentality in America. Man's desire must overshadow his needs." (16:10-18:03) 154 Consumptionism.. where State considers individuals importance in terms of consumption, not citizenship (20:30-20:50) 155 http://youtu.be/hpAMbpQ8J7g 144 145

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consumerist duty is to do something for others, for the environment and so on, is already included in the price. If you think I am exaggerating, walk around the corner, into any Starbucks coffee, and you will see how they explicitly tell you, I quote "Its not just what you are buying, its what you are buying into. When you buy starbucks, whether you realize it or not, you are buying into something bigger than a cup of coffee. You are buying into a coffee ethics. Through our Starbucks Shared Planet Program we purchase more fair trade coffee than anyone in the world, ensuring that the farmers who grow the coffee beans receive a fair price for their hard work.......‖ Its a good coffee karma. This is cultural capitalism at its purist. You don't just buy a coffee. In the very consumerist act, you buy your redemption from only being a consumerist. You do something for the environment, you do something for starving children in Guatamala. ..... For every act of consumerism, within the price you pay, you purchase your redemption. This generates almost a kind of semantic over investment or burden. Its not just buying a cup of coffee, you are fulfilling a whole series of ethical duties. This logic today is almost universalized. Why? It makes you feel warm, it makes you feel like you are doing something for … My point is that, this very interesting short circuit, where the very act of egotist consumption, already includes the price for its opposite.‖ [159]

He proceeds to quote: Oscar Wilde, The Soul of Man under Socialism: ―It is

much more easy to have sympathy with suffering, than it is to have sympathy with thought. People find themselves surrounded by hideous poverty, ugliness, and starvation. It is inevitable they would be strongly moved by this. Accordingly with admirable, but misdirected intentions, they very sentimentally set themselves the task of remedying the problems they see. But their remedies do not cure the disease, they merely prolong it. Indeed, they are part of the disease. They try to solve the problem of poverty, by keeping the poor alive, or in the case of an advanced school, by amusing the poor. But this is not a solution, it is an aggravation of the difficulty. The proper aim is to reconstruct society on such a basis that poverty will be impossible. It is the altruistic virtues which have prevented the carrying out of this aim. The worst slave owners were those who were kind to their slaves. In doing so they prevented the core of the system to be realized by those who suffered from it, and understood by those who contemplated

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it. Charity degrades and demoralizes.‖ [160]

Documentaries exploring the psychological and ecological consequences of the

ideology of Consumptionism include: Surplus: Terrorized into Being Consumers 156; On Modern Servitude157; The Good Consumer Slave158; The Corporation: The Pathological Pursuit of Power and Profit 159; Killing us Softly: Advertisings Image of Women160; Consuming Kids161; The High Price of Materialism162; Consumed: The Human Experience163; No Logo: Brands Globalization Resistance164.

ARGUMENT: FOXY LIBERAL IDIOT COMPASSION FOR BLACK FAMILY A credible Judicial System would find that the Applicant was born unloved and unwanted, as a consequence of the destruction of strong family and culturally homogenous tribal values by Politically Correct Idiot Compassion – „Anti-Racist‟ „Social Justice‟, etc -- Lifestyle Politics Activists. ―In the ‘60s–the first instance of open mutual witness between blacks and whites in American history–a balance of power was struck between the races. The broad white acknowledgment of racism meant that whites would be responsible both for overcoming their racism and for ending black poverty because, after all, their racism had so obviously caused that poverty. For whites to suggest that blacks might be in some way responsible for their own poverty would be to relinquish this responsibility and, thus, to return to racism. So, from its start in the ‘60s, this balance of power (offering redemption to whites and justice to blacks) involved a skewed distribution of responsibility: Whites, and not blacks, would be responsible for achieving racial equality in America, for overcoming the shames of both races–black inferiority and white racism. And the very idea of black responsibility would be stigmatized as racism in whites and Uncle Tomism in blacks.‖ – Shelby Steele, White Guilt: How Blacks & Whites Together Destroyed the Promise of the Civil Rights Era

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[161] Public Relations -- White/Black/Consumption Guilt -- Conscience Masturbation: Egotist Consumptionism, Idiot Compassion & Lifestyle Activism: [162]

Forms of Public Relations – White/Black/Consumption Guilt – Conscience

Masturbation include Egotist Consumptionism - Cultural Capitalism at its purist – which psychologically relates to (i) what Trungpa Rinpoche and Pema Chodron, referred to as Idiot Compassion; and (ii) what many refer to as the Egotist Delusion problems created, rather than solved by Lifestyle Activism and Lifestyle Politics. [163]

Zizek refers to Egotist Consumptionism as Cultural Capitalism at its Purist:

Where the very act of egotist consumption - buying 'free trade' coffee, going on an 'ecotourist' holiday -- already includes the price for its opposite. In the very consumerist act, you buy your redemption from only being a consumerist. [164]

Tibetan

Buddhist

Master

Chogyam

Trungpa

Rinpoche

defined

Idiot

Compassion as ―a slimy way of trying to fulfill your desire secretly;‖ the Karmayogini journal as, ―It is when you give people what they want as opposed to what they need, all in the name of being nice and compassionate [so that you can feel better yourself].‖ [165]

In Idiot Compassion, Pema Chodron refers to idiot compassion as what in

Psychology is referred to as enabling: ―Idiot compassion … refers to something we all do a lot of and call it compassion. In some ways, it‘s what‘s called enabling. It‘s the general tendency to give people what they want because you can‘t bear to see them suffering. Basically, you‘re not giving them what they need. You‘re trying to get away from your feeling of I can‘t bear to see them suffering. In other words, you‘re doing it for yourself. You‘re not really doing it for them.‖ [166]

Soulseeds: Mindful Compassion and Idiot Compassion165 explains Idiot

Compassion as ―When you try to help someone when they don‘t want your help, or because you are really trying to help yourself, this may be idiot compassion. Its often the distinction between charity (giving TO someone) and empowerment (helping people help themselves) .. The Zen story about compassion with a rolled up umbrella makes the point.

A woman was in India, riding with a friend in a

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frighten the women. However the woman was upset and asked her Zen teacher what the appropriate response to her attacker would be. The teacher said very simply, ―You should have very mindfully and with great compassion whacked the attacker over the head with your umbrella.‖‖ [167]

Right Lifestyle, which refers to both Lifestyle Activism and Lifestyle Politics,

avoids any examination of the consumptionist focus of the lifestyle, which involves maximizing physical, psychological social comfort and material acquisition, by getting involved in acts of Lifestyle Activism or Lifestyle Politics, as a feel good way to be involved in shallow activities which pretend to solve the worlds problems; while actively avoiding addressing any root causes of the problems, to implement social structural changes. [168]

Open Left‘s article: Self Delusion and the Lies of Lifestyle activism: Core

Dilemmas of Community Organizing166 argues that much of lifestyle activism‘s primary focus of public displays of Lifestyle Activism are to assert the relevant individuals ‗Moral Superiority‘: ―Most lifestyle activism seems to take the form it does because it allows (mostly middle-class professionals) to feel like they can make a difference in the world while at the same time purifying their lives .

Every

deposit of old food into the compost pile is a re-enactment of "who" they are, of how their life maintains its wholeness in a complicated, dirty, seemingly uncontrollable world. .. At the same time, lifestyle activism is often an opportunity for display. Others can see your solar panel or wind turbine. You can brag about your compost pile and educate others about how to create one. Every time you drive your Prius around town, others can see how virtuous you are.‖ [169]

In Part II, The Distortion of Lifestyle Politics167 OpenLeft provide an

interesting case study of ―the ways lifestyle activism and politics can have distorting effects on social change, drawing from a recent book by the sociologist Mary Pattillo.

In Black on the Block168 she examines what happened when

middle-class African Americans used lifestyle strategies in their effort to "reclaim" an impoverished central city neighborhood, North Kenwood-Oakland, in Chicago. http://www.openleft.com/diary/13032/selfdelusion-and-the-lie-of-lifestyle-politics-core-dilemmas-ofcommunity-organizing 167 http://www.openleft.com/diary/14295/part-ii-the-distortions-of-lifestyle-politics-core-dilemmas-of-communityorganizing 168 http://astore.amazon.com/whitrefu-20/detail//0226649326/ 166

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This example is especially fascinating because it shows how class-based preferences for lifestyle activism functioned among a group of middle-class African Americans also grappling with racial inequality.‖ [170]

Covert Toxic Paternal Supremacism of „Anti-Racist‟ „Social Justice‟

Lifestyle Politics Activists: ―The white liberal differs from the white conservative only in one way: the liberal is more deceitful than the conservative. The liberal is more hypocritical than the conservative. Both want power, but the white liberal is the one who has perfected the art of posing as the Negro‘s friend and benefactor; and by winning the friendship, allegiance, and support of the Negro, the white liberal is able to use the Negro as a pawn or tool in this political ―football game‖ that is constantly raging between the white liberals and white conservatives…. Once the Negro learns to think for himself, he will no longer allow the white liberal to use him as a helpless football in the white man‘s crooked game of ―power politics.‖ The white conservatives aren‘t friends of the Negro either, but they at least don‘t try to hide it. They are like wolves; they show their teeth in a snarl that keeps the Negro always aware of where he stands with them. But the white liberals are foxes, who also show their teeth to the Negro but pretend that they are smiling. The white liberals are more dangerous than the conservatives; they lure the Negro, and as the Negro runs from the growling wolf, he flees into the open jaws of the ―smiling‖ fox.‖ -- Excerpts from 1963 speech by Malcolm X: ―God‘s Judgement of White America.‖

[171]

In 'The one measure of true love is: you can insult the other'169; Slavoj

Zizek writes that fake two faced tolerance, is the worst form of intolerance and cultural bigotry or racism, which treats other cultures as children, and unworthy of honesty and sincerity; whereas brutal honesty is the highest form of sincere multicultural tolerance: Another thing that bothers me about this multiculturalism is when people ask me: 'How can you be sure that you are not a racist?' My answer is that there is only one way. If I can exchange insults, brutal jokes, dirty jokes, with a member of a different race and we both know it's not meant in a racist way. If, on the other hand, we play this politically correct game - 'Oh, I respect you, how interesting your customs are' - this is inverted racism, and it is disgusting. In the Yugoslav army where we were all of mixed nationalities, how did I become friends with Albanians? When we started to exchange obscenities, sexual innuendo, jokes. This is why this politically 169

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correct respect is just, as Freud put it, 'zielgehemmt'. You still have the aggression towards the other. You cannot do the game of erotic seduction in politically correct terms. For me there is one measure of true love: you can insult the other. Like in that horrible German comedy film from 1943 where Marika Röck treats her fiancé very brutally. This fiancé is a rich, important person, so her father asks her why are you treating him like that. And she gives the right answer. She says: 'But I love him, and since I love him, I can do with him whatever I want.' That's the truth of it. If there is true love, you can say horrible things and anything goes. When multiculturalists tell you to respect the others, I always have this uncanny association that this is dangerously close to how we treat our children: the idea that we should respect them, even when we know that what they believe is not true. We should not destroy their illusions. No, I think that others deserve better not to be treated like children.

[172] „Anti-Racist‟ „Idiot Compassion‟ Lifestyle Politics Liberals PC Tyranny deliberate failure to define „Racism‟, when making „Racism‟ allegations, to inhibit poor blacks/minorities from listening to constructive criticism, and accepting personal responsibility for their failures and future: [173]

Confronting Reality and Accurate Constructive Criticism Feedback:

[174]

Individual losers are the microcosm agents cumulating in the macrocosm

behaviours of Loser cultures, and nation states. In Spotting the Losers: Seven Signs of Non-Competitive States170, Major Ralph Peters argues that the seven key 'failure factors' for any state are: * Restrictions of the free flow of information, * subjugation of women, * inability to accept personal responsibility for individual or collective failure, * extended family or clan as the basic unit of social organisation, * domination by a restrictive religion, * low valuation of education, * low prestige assigned to work. [175]

Vague Legal Definitions are the Sign of a Legal Tyranny:

[176]

Lewis Carroll‘s depiction of vague legal definitions as an aspect of legal

tyranny is well described in Through the Looking-Glass: "When I use a word," Humpty Dumpty said, in rather a scornful tone, "it means just what I choose it to mean—neither more nor less." "The question is," said Alice, "whether you can make words mean so many different things." 170

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"The question is," said Humpty Dumpty, "which is to be master that's all."

[177]

This passage has become a popular citation in United States legal opinions,

appearing in 250 judicial decisions in the Westlaw database as of April 19, 2008, including two Supreme Court cases (TVA v. Hill171 and Zschernig v. Miller172) [178]

For example: An Application to the South African Constitutional Court – Alien

on Pale Blue Dot v Afriforum et al173 – requests Orders to: Declare the ―Truth and Reconciliation Report‘s failure to provide clear and concise cultural/religious definition of ‗reconciliation‘ -- i.e. whether Lutheran Christian, African, Boer Afrikaner, Kairos Black Liberation Theology, Frantz Fanon Liberation, Radical Honesty, etc -- to be (a) a failure of the requirements of the Promotion of National Unity and Reconciliation Act, 34 of 1995, Section 2 (3)(1) ―The objectives of the Commission shall be to promote national unity and reconciliation in a spirit of understanding which transcends the conflicts and divisions of the past.. ―; and (b) an example of Archbishop Tutu‘s description of how vague definitions (in this case not even a vague definition) enable legal tyranny.‖ Amend the Truth and Reconciliation Report‘s failure to provide clear and concise cultural/religious definition of ‗reconciliation‘; South Africa‘s ‗Truth and Reconciliation‘ Nobel Peace Prize Laureate‘s be required to provide the court with their clear and concise cultural/religious definitions for ‗reconciliation‘, and the Committee for the Protection of Cultural, Religious and Linguistic Rights to be required to consult all South Africa‘s cultures and religions, and to provide the court with the definitions for ‗reconciliation‘ of all of South Africa‘s cultures and religions.

[179]

White and Black Poverty Pimping Liberals preference for keeping Black

Victims on their Poverty Pimping ghetto plantations include denying both their black victims, as well as their accusers a clear and concise definition of ‗racism‘; thereby denying their black victims the intellectual capacity to distinguish the difference between an alleged ‗racist‘ who is consumed with ‗subjective fundamentalist bigotry‘ and an alleged ‗racist‘ who is in fact providing the listener with ‗tough love‘ constructive criticism.

Tennessee Valley Authority v. Hill et al., or TVA v. Hill, 437 U.S. 153 (1978) Zschernig v. Miller, 389 U.S. 429 (1968) 173 http://sqswans.weebly.com/afriforum-v-malema.html 171 172

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[180]

In Racism, Guilt, Self-Hatred and Self-Deceit, Gedaliah Braun addresses

the subject in What is Racism? Or, how Philosophy can be „Practical‟. He argues that facts or ideas about racial differences cannot be racist‘; only subjective fundamentalist beliefs about ‗racial differences‘ can be ‗racist‘. Even if the sum total of any individuals subjective knowledge about racial differences is allegedly inaccurate, but that individual is willing to intellectually engage and consider new information, his current subjective intellectual conclusions about racial differences – no matter how factually inaccurate and offensive -- are not ‗racist‘, because his ‗racial differences conclusions‘ are simply a working hypothesis conclusion, and subjectively sincerely held; as opposed to being a fundamentalist belief. A Belief Can Be Racist Only Because Of the Manner In Which It Is Held: So can we say that ‗Blacks are more often thieves‘ is racist? In fact, we cannot – at least not just like that. It will depend on how it is believed. But if it is racist, what will be racist will not be the proposition itself but rather the manner in which it is believed. For that is something for which we are responsible, for which we can be criticized, which can be bad, and hence which can be racist. And when will such a belief be racist? First, it must attribute some ‗negative‘ trait – such as dishonesty or lesser intelligence – to some racial group. We might think, however, that such a belief will be racist only if it is not true. Suppose someone grows up in a place where many blacks are thieves and where whites are constantly bad-mouthing blacks. He is likely to end up thinking blacks are just thieves; and yet suppose (for the sake of argument) that in fact the only reason blacks steal is poverty. He would be believing that blacks are, by nature, thieves and his belief would be false. Would it not therefore be racist? If a Belief Is Honest It Cannot Be Bad and If It Is Not Bad It Cannot Be Racist: The answer is ‗No‘; for although this is a ‗bad‘ belief about another race that is false, it is – from his point of view – based on evidence (what he sees and what people say). Given this background, it is perfectly reasonable – and honest – for him to believe what he does. But if his belief is honest, it cannot be morally bad and hence cannot be racist. So being false doesn‘t make such a negative belief racist; what matters, again, is the manner in which it is held. Why Neither Truth Nor Falsity Determines Whether a Belief Is Racist: In fact, given our previous discussion, we can show both that and why truth or falsity is irrelevant in deciding whether a belief is racist. Truth and falsity are properties of propositions, not

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of people; whereas racism, as a moral concept, is ultimately only attributable to people, and not at all to propositions. So when we speak of a belief as being true or false, we can only be referring to the proposition believed; whereas when we say that a belief is racist, we can only be talking about the person who is believing it. Hence, truth and falsity have to do with things – viz., propositions – entirely other than what racism has to do with – viz., people and their actions and beliefs. And so truth and falsity can have nothing directly to do with whether a belief is racist. Of course if the belief is not only false but is known to be false, that‘s a different matter, to which we may now turn. The Essence of Racism Is Self-Deceit: Believing What You Know Isn’t True: The belief of the once-mugged person would be racist if he knew it was not true and yet went right on believing it. But is it possible to believe what you know isn‘t true? Well, it is possible if self-deception is possible; self-deception is not only possible; it is actual; ergo, believing what you know isn‘t true is possible. What we are talking about is simply dishonest belief, what the existentialist philosopher Jean Paul Sartre called bad faith (―mauvaise foi‖), and it is precisely this dishonesty with oneself that makes genuine racism and prejudice so execrable. This makes perfect sense, since self-deceit – believing what you know isn‘t true – is something for which we are responsible and something which is morally blameworthy. And it is this inner dishonesty, typified by avoidance of evidence that might prove one‘s beliefs false, that makes racism so contemptible.

[181] The Lefts Socio-Political PC Tyranny to use „Racism‟ allegations to ignore constructive criticism of the consequences of Black/White Liberals Idiot Compassion Social Justice Lifestyle Politics failures: [182]

In Victims of the Left: Black Americans174, John Perazzo‘s essay examines

―specifically how the left, in its self-identified quest to elevate African Americans by means of myriad social justice campaigns, including by Al Sharpton and Jesse Jackson, has in fact done incalculable harm to the black community in the United States‖. He deals in great depth with: (a) How the Left Created Black Victimology and Black Rejection of American Values; (b) Affirmative Action: How the Left Has Harmed Blacks through the Bigotry of Low Expectations, (c) How the Left Consigns Blacks to Substandard Education; (d) How the War on Poverty Devastated the Black Community, (e) How the Failed Crusade of ―Sex Education‖ Harmed the Black Community, (f) The Crime Wave that Has Decimated Black America, (g) How

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Blacks Have Been Victimized by Leftist Policies Concerning AIDS, (h) How the Left Demands Black Conformity of Thought. [183]

He concludes:

Such ―liberalism‖ in no way resembles the classical liberalism of which toleration was a most visible emblem. Yet every one of the foregoing speakers would identify him or her self as a liberal. So today we have a situation where blacks who otherwise would venture to think for themselves and to challenge the leftist dogmas that have so decimated their race, are prevented from doing so by the fear that they will be branded as sell-outs, ―Uncle Toms,‖ and race-traitors. This is a classic illustration of how the totalitarian left aims to control the very thoughts of those on whose behalf it professes to act. Shelby Steele puts it this way: ―Today a public ‗black conservative‘ will surely meet a stunning amount of animus, demonization, misunderstanding, and flat-out, undifferentiated contempt. And there is a kind of licensing process involved here in which the black leadership—normally protective even of people like Marion Barry and O. J. Simpson—licenses blacks and whites to have contempt for the black conservative. It is a part of the group‘s manipulation of shame to let certain of its members languish outside the perimeter of group protection where even politically correct whites (who normally repress criticism of blacks) can show contempt for them.‖175

[184] Dysfunctional Black Cultural Norms effects upon Parenting and socioeconomic status: [185]

In an interview by Adam Serwer, the editor of the New Prospect, of Professor

Amy Wax‘s book: Race, Wrongs, and Remedies: Group Justice in the 21st Century176, Professor Wax describes her findings as documented in her book as follows: What blacks are doing -- the choices they are making educationally, criminally, etc -- is radically dysfunctional, and it requires them to confront that reality; and they are only hurting themselves to continue believing and acting in these ways. And even if some of them have such a realization, they are not translating it into action as a group. Take the choice to get married. We have data that shows that even when you control for income, job and education; where you have 3 men: 1 white, 1 asian, 1 black. They have the same job, same income, same education. The black man is about half as likely to get married, and is many more times likely to have a child out of wedlock and to have multiple children with multiple women out of wedlock. So poverty is not dictating their behaviour. Their 175 176

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culture, their habits, their upbringing, their attitudes, their values are dictating their behaviour. The decision to have a baby out of wedlock may be rational individually for a black woman, but for the group it is a disaster. If people are going to make decisions that are good for them, but complain that the group is lagging behind, they must take a look at themselves, cause they are doing it to themselves. So blacks are surrounded by different norms, they can‘t get themselves out of it. It requires a conversion experience. It requires the black community to say to themselves that what we are doing is not working, the way they are living is not working. Groups and cultures succeed by building human capital, and blacks are not doing a good job of building the human capital of the next generation. There is wholesale abandonment of the next generation. To change this reality of choices favouring criminality and under-achievement, they have to change decisionmaking in a radical way. White people make better decisions because our culture is superior. Because someone is born into a superior culture, such a person generally makes better decisions. People came from poverty as immigrants, and they leap frog above blacks who have been in America for centuries. The notion to blame everything on poverty is just bunkum. Poverty is not the problem, it is not the determinative factor, because people overcome it everyday. Superiority of white cultural norms makes the difference. Blacks rates of crime are higher, their marriage rates are lower, so its not money, it‘s a set of habits, outlook, cultural norms that just keep perpetuating themselves. In part affluence comes out of these superior cultural norms.

[186]

Dr.

Walter

Williams

says

that

welfare

government

programs

have

accomplished what slavery and Jim Crow laws could not do: destroy the black family. Williams points out that up until the 1940‘s between 75-90% of all black children were being raised in two parent homes; which started changing immediately after Lyndon Johnson Implemented his ‗War on Poverty‘ Nanny State. Today less than 33% of black children are raised in two parent homes. Williams points out that the illegitimacy rate amongst blacks was 18% in 1940 but ballooned to 72.5% in 2008. In his 1985 documentary Good Intentions;177 Williams suggests that government welfare programs, with their ―good intentions‖ led America‘s black families into Hell.

177

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[187]

In Black Family: 40 Years of Lies178, Kay S Hymowitz, writes how and why

Poverty Pimping liberals use so-called allegations of ‗racism‘ to keep sincere liberals and conservatives from addressing the break down of the black family‘: Read through the megazillion words on class, income mobility, and poverty in the recent New York Times series ―Class Matters‖ and you still won‘t grasp two of the most basic truths on the subject: 1. entrenched, multigenerational poverty is largely black; and 2. it is intricately intertwined with the collapse of the nuclear family in the inner city. By now, these facts shouldn‘t be hard to grasp. Almost 70 percent of black children are born to single mothers. Those mothers are far more likely than married mothers to be poor, even after a post-welfare-reform decline in child poverty. They are also more likely to pass that poverty on to their children. Sophisticates often try to dodge the implications of this bleak reality by shrugging that single motherhood is an inescapable fact of modern life, affecting everyone from the bobo Murphy Browns to the ghetto ―baby mamas.‖ Not so; it is a largely low-income—and disproportionately black—phenomenon. The vast majority of higherincome women wait to have their children until they are married. The truth is that we are now a two-family nation, separate and unequal—one thriving and intact, and the other struggling, broken, and far too often African-American. So why does the Times, like so many who rail against inequality, fall silent on the relation between poverty and single-parent families? To answer that question—and to continue the confrontation with facts that Americans still prefer not to mention in polite company—you have to go back exactly 40 years. That was when a resounding cry of outrage echoed throughout Washington and the civil rights movement in reaction to Daniel Patrick Moynihan‘s Department of Labor report warning that the ghetto family was in disarray. Entitled ―The Negro Family: The Case for National Action,‖ the prophetic report prompted civil rights leaders, academics, politicians, and pundits to make a momentous—and, as time has shown, tragically wrong—decision about how to frame the national discussion about poverty.

ARGUMENT: CONCLUSION - RELIEF A credible Judicial System would find that the conduct representations of the Republican/Democratic Parties, McDonalds/KFC and NAACP/ Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) and Jesse Jackson/Al Sharpton, don‟t give a flying fuck about taking responsibility for how their actions result in the birth of unwanted and unloved children, in fact the more unloved and unwanted children the better for their victimhood welfarevote-farm, poverty pimping and cannon fodder schemes. If the Applicant 178

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is willing to take responsibility for finding love and healing his pain and hurt, by signing up to go to Delancey Street Foundation to find a Delancey Street family; the Republican/Democratic Parties, McDonalds/KFC and NAACP/ Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) and Jesse Jackson/Al Sharpton, should be ordered to each submit an amount of $25,000 to a trust fund, to be available for the Applicant, should he choose to accept it, once he graduates – healed and loved – from the Delancey Street Foundation Tough Love Family/Tribe. [188]

The applicant, is alive today, homeless, and psychologically and emotionally

insecure, the son of parents who were not married, a mother who spread her legs and popped out children, as if she was a rabbit on Viagra, without making any critical thinking efforts to determine whether she actually wanted those children enough to keep her legs crossed and wait for a decent man who wanted to be a father, instead of a masculine insecurity sperm donor. [189]

The Applicant‘s mother is undoubtedly clueless that her irresponsible

parenting procreation behaviour is condoned and encouraged by the (a) AnthroCorpoCentric Legislators who perceive of her as nothing more than a welfare brood sow, to pop out more and more poverty stricken unwanted and unloved children, for the socio-political and/or military profits of the Human Factory Farming War is a Racket Economy; (b) Multinational Corporate CEO‘s who profit from a large poverty stricken underclass; (c) Politically Correct Idiot Compassion – ‗Anti-Racist‘ ‗Social Justice‘, etc -- Lifestyle Politics Activists, who socio-politically profit from their self-delusional moral superiority, that the abuse of treating blacks and other minorities as co-dependent children, is for the benefit of black minorities, as opposed to the self delusional ‗Moral Supremacy‘ Delusions. [190]

If the Applicant is indeed sincere about wanting to find psychological security

and a tough love family where he is loved and wanted, he can demonstrate his sincerity to request the court to make a recommendation for Delancey Street Foundation to accept his application for admittance. If the Applicant does not complete his stay at the Delancey Street Foundation, the funds should be returned to the donors. Dated at George, South Africa, Pale Blue Dot: 26th day of February 2013

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Lara Johnstone, Pro Se PO Box 4052, George, 6539, RSA Tel/Fax: (044) 870 7239 habeusmentem@mweb.co.za

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CERTIFICATE OF FILING AND SERVICE I certify that the original was electronically served on 26 February 2013; upon: Chief Clerk: Brooklyn Supreme Court Mr. Bernard Bey c/o: Hon. Lawrence Knipel Administrative Judge for Civil Matters 2nd Judicial District: Chief Clerk Charles A. Small, Esq. Civil Term: 360 Adams Street Brooklyn, NY 11201 Email: ecourts@courts.state.ny.us; question@nycourts.gov; CC: Assoc Court Clerk: Mary Cassidy (mcassidy@courts.state.ny.us) CC: Court Attorney: Daniel Rosen, Esq (drosen@courts.state.ny.us) CC: Court Attorney: Michelle Parisien, Esp (mparisie@courts.state.ny.us) CC: Honourable Judge Michael J Obus (mobus@courts.state.ny.us) Republican Party Nat. Comm. 310 First Street SE Washington DC 2003 GOP (@GOP) GOP News (@GOPnews) Senate Republicans (@Senate_GOPs) Ryan Williams (@RyanGOP) Speaker John Boehner (@SpeakerBoehner) Herman Cain (@TheHermanCain) CC: John Stossel (@FBNStossel) http://t.co/o1kRizzYE3

Democratic National Committee 430 South Capitol St. SE Washington, DC 20003 House Democrats (@HouseDemocrats) Nancy Pelosi (@NancyPelosi) The Democrats (@TheDemocrats) The White House (@whitehouse) Democratic Gov (@DemGovs) Senate Dem (@SenateDems) Jay Carney (@PressSec) CC: InstituteForJustice (@IJ) http://t.co/zlMNfUvVVF

McDonalds CEO: Don Thompson McDonald's Corporation 2111 McDonald's Dr., Oak Brook, IL 60523 info@mcdonalds.com don.thompson@mcdonalds.com

Mr. Roger Eaton â&#x20AC;&#x201C; President KFC Corporation 1441 Gardiner Ln. Louisville, KY 40213 PublicRelations@KFC.com, Rick Maynard (rick.maynard@kfc.com)

Chairman Howard Mandell Southern Poverty Law Center 400 Washington Ave. Montgomery, AL 36104 S Poverty Law Center (@splcenter) Dan Werner (@DanWernerSPLC) Christine Sun (@ChristineSPLC) http://t.co/bwOOUAAaq7

Chairman Roslyn M Brock NAACP 4805 Mt. Hope Drive Baltimore MD 21215 Local: (410) 580-5777 hollywoodbureau@naacpnet.org; washingtonbureau@naacpnet.org


Jesse Jackson Rainbow PUSH National HQ Chicago General: 773-373-3366 Rev Jesse Jackson Sr (@RevJJackson) RainbowPUSHCoalition (@RPCoalition) Rainbow PUSH (@PushExcel) Rainbow Push MI (@RainbowPushMI) http://t.co/PM5dZog8Be

Al Sharpton National Action Network 106 W. 145th Street Harlem, New York 10039 (212) 690-3070 info@nationalactionnetwork.net Rev Al Sharpton (@TheRevAl) Rev Al Sharpton (@TheReverendAl) http://t.co/4q5QQhbzTG

I declare under penalty of perjury that the foregoing is true and correct. Executed on: 31 October , 2012

________________________________ Lara Johnstone

13-02-26: US-NY-SC: Bernard Bey v BV Manley: CommonSism Amicus Curiae  

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