10 September, 2006

Incoming: Clayton Cramer Resents Link

Posted by alex in Incoming at 8:39 pm | Permanent Link

Clayton Cramer is angry, very angry, that we linked to him. Did I mention how angry he is? Please remember in tapping onto the Official Website of Mr. Clayton Cramer (yes, The) that you are “probably” a lost cause, and please stay on the beaten track or you could damage very, very tiny black fungic microorganisms hardly visible to the eye, and 3,000 years in construction. I know you wouldn’t want to do that.

There Are Times That You Wish You Could Make Something You Write Unlinkable To Some People

I keep an eye out, through Technorati, who is linking to stuff on my web site. I was disappointed to see this neo-Nazi link to my article about the coup d’etat plot against Roosevelt. It doesn’t bother me too much when various leftist conspiracy theorists link to that article–perhaps readers will read the rest of what I have to say, and realize what a crock the conspiracy theories are. Anyone that takes that neo-Nazi blogger seriously enough to follow any of his links to my articles, however, is probably a lost cause. This jerk isn’t even subtle or clever.

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  7. 10 Responses to “Incoming: Clayton Cramer Resents Link”

    1. Sickle Cell Anemia Says:

      Another “Libertarian” scared shitless of TRULY free speech,thought and expression. It’s his cause that is lost…

    2. alex Says:

      Unintentional humor: one man’s “coup d’etat plot” is another’s “conspiracy theory.” I’m a proud African-American, but you’re a field nigger!

    3. Jim Says:

      Old Clayton sure is impressed with himself. I got a real kick out of the part about imagining if there were conspiracy theorists running around after Pearl Harbor saying the government knew it was coming and didn’t warn anybody. He is a transparent jerk impersonating an intellectual. The world needs neither.

    4. Blackshirt Says:

      Any chance this fatass is a Jew? Not that it would matter much anyway, since he is an idiot all the same. He just has that “rabbi” look to him…

    5. Theseus Says:

      Vish-usss.

    6. Anti-Gurlyman Says:

      The guy is clearly a kike.

    7. jimbo Says:

      just another piece of ZOG crap!

      this kike clearly needs to be pissed on from a great height and then flogged (relentlessly!) with a sock-full of HOT SHIT!

    8. rich Says:

      Yes, he definitely does have that “rabbi” look. Interesting that this “libertarian” would like to see treason trials for 9-11 skeptics. He picks a very poor example, however, when he brings up Pearl Harbor. Pearl Harbor WAS indeed an inside job. Even FDR apologists now admit that he egged on the Japanese to attack and allowed it to happen. They just say that the end of defeating Hitler justified his underhanded means.

    9. van helsing Says:

      Libertarians are taking it in the shorts over the borders.

      http://home.att.net/~bob.wallace/big-gov.html

      The Bob Circus 3.0

      Open Borders Means Big Government

      by Bob Wallace
      I am a paleo-libertarian who does not believe in open borders. Why? Because the only way a country can have open borders is if it has a huge federal government. Right now, we have a huge federal government, so we have open borders. It overrules the states, counties, cities, neighborhoods, and individuals.

      One of the reasons the federal government overrules everyone is because corporations want cheap labor, and those corporations have immense influence on the feds.

      Under a purely libertarian, anarcho-capitalist, society (which will never exist), all property would be private. Contrary to the belief the borders would be open, the truth is the exact opposite. There would not be mass immigration, because the property owners would not stand for it.

      I was raised in an area with a bunch of farmers who owned very large tracts of land. I learned at a very young age I was to never trespass on their property without permission. All those old boys had shotguns. When the government doesn’t interfere, people will energetically defend their property.

      One guy I knew decided to steal watermelons from a farmer. I know that sounds like something out of a country-and-western song, but he actually tried it one night. He got a charge of rock salt in his butt. He told me later that for a year he thought he would never have kids, because some of that rock salt landed in a very sensitive area, and that area wouldn’t work for that year.

      Then there was the farmer who owned the land on which my subdivision was built. One night many decades ago he caught a burglar breaking into his home. Years later he mentioned the incident to the police. The cops shrugged. Why dig the guy up? He’s still under the intersection near my grade school.

      When I was a teenager I used to hike and camp a lot. I met other hikers, who did a lot more hiking than I did. I stayed off of private property. They didn’t, but in every case they asked permission to cross the property. One hiker told me once the owner met him in his truck with a shotgun across his lap. Once he explained why he was hiking up the guy’s driveway, he got his permission.

      It may sound like these country people are crazy, but they’re not. I still occasionally eat dinner with these people. They’re friendly in a way most people never see. Neighbors walk in and out without knocking. I’ve seen them fall asleep on the floor in front of the TV after eating. No one said a word. But they will defend their property from strangers.

      Occasionally libertarians tell me, “Well, immigrants would pay to cross the property.” Say what? Where are millions of poor immigrants going to get the money to pay for such a thing? It also assumes the owners place money above all, that all people are what incompetent economists call “economic man.” The only people I’ve seen do that are people who don’t have any money. People who have money have other priorities.

      I’ve had defenders of open borders tell me they want to destroy neighborhoods and other voluntary associations. This is libertarian? It sounds more like leftism to me, because the essence of leftism is the desire to destroy existing institutions in the naive belief all the “goodness” in human nature will just pop up. Erik von Kuehnelt-Leddihn made the comment — and I agree completely — that leftists don’t merely misunderstand human nature, they don’t understand it at all.That’s why I get comments about millions of immigrants paying to cross private property. Such a belief is literally in orbit because of its ludicrousness.

      I also get the comment, “I should be able to hire whom I want.” True. But how are those people they want to hire going to get there, when they have to cross other’s property, and the property owners won’t let them? My experience has also been people who make such comments don’t have the money to hire anyone.

      None seem to understand that illegal immigrants use the federal interstate highway system, which was originally built to transport the federal military. Even today, the military, if need be, has precedence over civilians to use that system.

      My stupid pug has enough sense to defend what he thinks is his property. It’s mine, but if he thinks it’s his, that’s fine with me. Even a Pomeranian will defend its territory. Yet the defenders of open borders think thousands if not millions of people will allow mass migration across their private property? What planet do these people live on, to believe such a thing? Do they think the owners are going to stand out there all night with a flashlight, catch immigrants, and charge them 50 cents?

      Pat Buchanan said it best: “The peril of ideology is that it rarely comports with reality and is contradicted by history, thus leading inevitably to disillusionment and tragedy.”

      What am I supposed to think, when libertarians who claim to despise the federal government above all, support policies that can only exist because of that same despicable government? They live in a fantasyland, that’s what I think.

    10. alex Says:

      Good article – remember that Bob Wallace was fired from LewRockwell by the Cowardly Lewpus, precisely because he allowed racial reality to intrude in an article he wrote – on a different site. Lewpus scares easily. As do all the System libertarians and conservatives. They’re defined by it.