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NSP – Apr 18, 2015 – Co-host: Calvin

Posted on April 22nd, 2015 by Calvin

Co-host: Calvin.

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22 Comments For This Post

  1. RAD Says:

    Calvin’s back – nice.

  2. i.n.rem Says:

    thanks, Cal 🙂
    any chance you could do the same with the E-book of Gov’t Indicted ..??that other guy you work with is slacking on that project

  3. NonEntity Says:

    So I’m listening about Armando’s chickens taking care of the pests and I picture chickens on steroids… taking care of the pests. 😉

  4. NonEntity Says:

    Marc, capitalism and government don’t go together. You’re confusing capitalism and fascism or corporatism. But you are right that the word capitalism has been so perverted as to be worse than meaningless.

  5. NonEntity Says:

    Okay, I’m confused here. You, Marc, specifically disuade discussion of religion on your site and in your interviews because you understand that logic is of no value whatsoever when applied to relgious belief. You also claim that statism, authoritarianism, is a religion. And yet you scream and pull your hair over the fact that you can’t reason people from their totally irrational positions. It seems to me that perhaps you may be revealing a religious belief in man’s rationality. 😉

  6. NonEntity Says:

    “One trick pony” + clarity of vision + “strike the root” = no higher compliment, my friend.

    Emerson, “why are you in there?”

    Thoreau, “why are you out THERE?”

  7. RAD Says:

    “Property” is simply another abstraction or fiction which people mentally project out onto the world. Other than social convention there is really no empirical “property” of “property”, if that makes sense (using 2 different definitions of the word). Other than referring to a social custom or a scriptural article of faith such as case law there is no scientific proof that we actually “own” anything. What you can prove: possession. Inhabitance. Use.

    Ownership? Okay – prove it.

  8. RAD Says:

    Corporatism is a cult of the government religion. There is no empirical evidence the “Entity” or “corporate person” called “Wal Mart” exists except as an article of faith in the government scriptures. In the Roman religion they had an idea they called the “genius”. The genius is kind of like the soul – it’s the metaphysical or supernatural “essense” of a person, but inanimate objects also had their own genius as well -Roman soldiers would build an altar to the “genius” of their military unit and worship. The concept of a “corporation” as its own “entity” is similarly a supernatural conceptualization. How would we distinguish the “corporate person” of Wal Mart from the “genius” of Wal Mart? The invisible and the imaginary often look alot alike! In Roman law, supernatural entities could own property also.

  9. wm mcnamara Says:

    waited all week for this show…lol…was jonesin…

  10. RAD Says:

    “The Sansthan’s advocates pointed to the old Hindu law which treats deities as persons. There have been instances of rulers bestowing land on the deities. They said that even the SC has given the nod to giving Hindu deities the right to acquire property. The petitioners argued that property included movable assets like shares and debentures.

    Senior advocate Janak Dwarakadas, counsel for the NSDL, said that as per rules only deities of registered public trusts were allowed to acquire property in their names.”

  11. RAD Says:

    “NEW DELHI, INDIA, October 2010: It may have come as a surprise to many when a God, Bhagwan Sri Ram Virajman, fought litigation for the last 21 years before the Lucknow Bench of Allahabad High Court through his representative, Deoki Nandan Agarwal and has now won ownership rights over the disputed site in Ayodhya.

    Can a Deity, like a normal human being, fight a legal battle? The HC replied in the affirmative. This court is of the view that place of birth, that is Ram Janmabhoomi, is a juristic person.

    In the Indian judicial system, deities have always been regarded as legal entities who can fight their case through the trustees or managing board in charge of the temple in which they are worshiped.

    [HPI note: The ancient Indian system of law recognized Gods as legal entities…]

    The Supreme Court, in Sri Adi Visheshwara of Kashi Vishwanath Temple, Varanasi, vs State of UP [1997 (4) SCC 606 recognized, though not for the first time, the right of a Deity to move court and said, Properties of endowment vest in the Deity, Lord Sri Vishwanath.”

  12. RAD Says:

    What empirically observable differences are there between the “Juristic person” called “Vishnu”, the “Juristic Person” called “McDonalds” and the “Juristic Person” called “The State of Arizona”? If we are to compare and contrast them, how exactly are they different?

  13. NonEntity Says:

    RAD Sed: What empirically observable differences are there between…?
    Well, for one, there’s the “special sauce!”

  14. RAD Says:


  15. indio007 Says:

    An instant classic.

  16. RAD Says:

    ^^^Love it.

  17. Thad Says:

    I think the people at the Liberty event were upset you tainted their “guest” they invited and had no intention to make him look bad. They wanted to say they had a Supreme Court Judge of the State at their event for marketing and the appearance of being “legit”. That the judge might tell others not to come because you will be…..attacked or more to the point questioned. Heaven forbid someone every questions to the wielder of power above everyone else. You made them look bad is what it boils down too. They are unwilling to get passed this Statist view/mindset. As far as I can make it out.

  18. Jeff Says:

    Red Wigglers. Great composters. Also added some European Nightcrawlers, because they are bigger and dig deeper.

  19. NonEntity Says:

    Red Wigglers??? Sounds like fear mongering the likes of Joe McCarthy and the Cold War era! If you see something, say something. (Eeeeek) Speaking of compost! 😉

  20. Dave Hollist Says:

    Marc, your depression is a signal that you may have made an error in your thinking. Please consider this as the evidence (e = from + videre = to see) you seek as to why our ancestors were right in forming a government.

    Although you probably know that your life began when two cells united, do you know that people who create a nation are continuing a long history of things that unite? Atoms unite and form a molecule; molecules unite and form a cell; cells unite and form a person; and people unite to form a nation. After billions of years of uniting on earth, we are the first units to develop a brain that can understand what is going on.

    The biggest threat to our survival comes from people who want to rob us. To eliminate this threat, our ancestors created the first nation by choosing a leader who could protect each person from the violent behavior of others. This wonderful system of electing a leader allows people to live in peace, and is called a government. Unfortunately, no nation has survived for long because government leaders have misused their power.

    The people who created the Constitution of the United States solved this problem by writing a list of actions that our leaders are not allowed to take. For example, the first Americans decided that our government will not abridge the freedom of the press, which is why I can send you this book. Our nation has grown very strong because we are the first people to restrict our politicians. I would like to persuade you that we need to add another restriction to sustain the health of our nation.

    The worst abuse of power by most politicians is taxation. They start by taking a small amount of money from a few citizens. Then, because every living thing tries to grow as strong as possible, these politicians take more and more money from everyone. To insure the survival of our nation, we should add the following to our list of restrictions: Our government will not tax.

  21. RAD Says:

    ” This wonderful system of electing a leader allows people to live in peace, and is called a government.”

    When and where did this happen?

  22. NonEntity Says:

    Dave H. sed: “The people who created the Constitution of the United States solved this problem…”


    Oh thank GOD! for a bit there I was starting to get worried.

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