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Amish Tyranny
An Anarcho-Tyranny Report from Jeremy Bentham

“He has erected a Multitude of new Offices, and sent hither swarms of Officers to harass our People, and eat out their Substance.”

-The Declaration of Independence of the United States of America, July 4, 1776

“The individual has always had to struggle to keep from being overwhelmed by the tribe. If you try it, you will be lonely often, and sometimes frightened. But no price is too high to pay for the privilege of owning yourself.”

- Friedrich Nietzsche

“Just because you do not take an interest in politics doesn't mean politics won't take an interest in you. ”

-Pericles, Athenian Statesman, 495 – 429 BC

“Of all tyrannies, a tyranny sincerely exercised for the good of its victims may be the most oppressive. It would be better to live under robber barons than under omnipotent moral busybodies. The robber baron's cruelty may sometimes sleep, his cupidity may at some point be satiated; but those who torment us for our own good will torment us without end for they do so with the approval of their own conscience.”

-C. S. Lewis, English essayist & juvenile novelist (1898 - 1963)

"You must know, then, that there are two methods of fighting, the one by law, the other by force: the first method is that of men, the second of beasts; but as the first method is often insufficient, one must have recourse to the second. It is therefore necessary for a prince to know well how to use both the beast and the man."

-Niccolo Machiavelli, The Prince

An interesting test case in Wisconsin. A safety Nazi on the county board goes after the last free white people in America, the Amish. Often the very worst bullies are do-gooders who want to save you from yourself.

Some people have always had a bone to pick with the Amish. They think it is manifestly unfair that the Amish don’t have to conform with the rules everyone else must follow. That they get to pick and choose what laws they will obey based on vague and arbitrary religious notions of what is 'plain’ and therefore necessary and what is ‘fancy’ and therefore unnecessary. Yet within their own communities they ruthlessly enforce conformity with their own sets for rules. And now we Americans are encountering other groups from wholly alien cultures who likewise demand to be exempted from our society’s laws on health, safety and human rights based on their own archaic religious doctrines.

Yes the Amish here to have been free from most of the government interference and ‘protection’ that vexes, annoys, thwarts and even impoverishes most of the rest of us. However, most people would not consider the Amish to be ‘free’ since they are not free from toil, free from having to work hard at physical labor for a living. They are also not free from strict conformity to their community’s standards of dress, belief and moral conduct. They are expected to live a life of discipline, self-denial (not only no gambling, no drugs, no heavy drinking, no promiscuous sex, but no sports and little of what the rest of us would consider ‘recreation’), conformity and hard work. A life most modern Americans would find exhausting, smothering, tyrannical even. Any individual Amish who refuses to conform is shunned by the rest unless and until he conforms. An 18 year-old Amish who decides he or she doesn’t want to ‘live the life’ is shunned and expelled from the community. The Amish apostate is not allowed have any contact whatsoever with family members still in the community. He is dead to them for all intents and purposes. ‘English’, non-Amish, often consider this practice to be reprehensibly harsh and hard-hearted and not in the spirit of Christian charity and forgiveness. However, the Amish take their cue from the admonition in 2 Corinthians 6:14-17 (NIV): “Do not be yoked together with unbelievers…Therefore, "Come out from them and be separate, says the Lord. Touch no unclean thing, and I will receive you." An individual Amish couldn’t decide he wanted to be a Buddhist or an MMA fighter or a motorcycle rider and still be Amish. So while most self-styled Libertarians envy the ability of the Amish to live a self-reliant life free of government interference, they shrink from the strict conformity in dress, manners and religious belief of the Amish. Having to live year ‘round without the benefit of labor-saving appliances and power tools and without modern comforts like central heat, air conditioning and a warm to place to take a shit gets old in a hurry too. Nevertheless the Amish are free in their own minds. Free to obey and worship God in the manner they believe God wants. That is what they believe is most important in life and ought to be subordinated to all other concerns.

The Amish are pacifists and do not practice a proselytizing religion, like evangelical Christianity, LDS, Islam and modern atheism. They don’t want to fight and don’t care if anyone joins them. They wish to be left in peace. They migrated to America to avoid being forced to fight on behalf of the various German princes and kings. The overall lesson here is just because you want to be left alone and in peace, just because what you’re doing isn’t hurting anyone but yourself, that doesn’t mean that outsiders will leave you alone. Nosireee! People in high places and low, family members or complete strangers, are quick to tell what they think you ought to be doing, aren’t they? As the Swiss have long demonstrated, even if you are peace-loving, it is useful to posses the means to compel outsiders to leave you in peace and not meddle in your personal affairs. That means being willing and prepared to fight, both by law and by force.

Amish Anarchy & Uncle Sam

Horse-buggy rules would drive Amish out of Wisconsin community, expert says

Civil War Update.

“The wars of the People are more terrible than the wars of the Princes.”

– Frederick the Great

At the moment America is gripped in a ‘Cold Civil War’, a low intensity conflict between the white American patriots and the white Leftist Globalist elites and their minions of color. So far the Globalists and their proxies have been doing all the fighting. The Globalist’s use the law as well as violence to attack the patriots at every opportunity, creating a climate of Anarcho-tyranny. The Globalists are actively and openly plotting to remove from office the patriot’s legally elected president, Donald Trump. The political and philosophical differences between the Patriots and the Globalist are irreconcilable. The non-white ethnic minorities have been made thoroughly aggrieved and weaponized against the white patriots. More non-white ethnic minorities have been allowed to pour across the country’s open borders by the millions in order to supplant and replace white American's and change the dominate Anglo-Saxon American culture for good and all by their sheer numbers. The U.S. federal government has amassed twenty trillion dollars in debt making the country the brokest in recorded human history, in spite of the current abundance of resources. At the moment it is hard to see how any of this will have a good ending. If the current cold civil war goes ‘hot’, high intensity, what will that look like? What could be the trigger? What could be the outcome? If God-emperor Trump is unable to defeat the Globalists politically and turn the country around then a breakup of the republic and/or an escalated civil war appears all too likely. One thing is for certain is that no matter who wins the war the peace that follows will be anything but reconciliatory.

What Might Civil War Be Like?

December 20, 2017

By E.M. Cadwaladr

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Add Comment
Sam J.December 30, 2017 12:45 AM UTC

One thing the Amish have that makes a great deal of sense is Rumspringa. During this time they can drink. Dress codes are dropped. They can basically run around and do what they want. Many girls and boys are allowed to sleep in the same beds, we're talking teenagers. They let their natural wild oats be sown all the the time knowing there's a time limit to this. When the time is up they either get out of the community and become the "English" or they stay in the Amish community and follow all the rules. This is one hell of a powerful idea. They get to see that all this whoring around and drinking is not really all that compared to having a family and a stable place in society. There's no equivocating because they get to see both sides and when they choose it will be with an sureness of experience. There's none of the, well I could of if I had just done so and so because they were allowed. Very powerful idea. Also a great passage into Manhood and Womanhood that we really no longer have any marker for. A disadvantage I see.
responds:December 30, 2017 9:16 AM UTC

I have a story about this, Sam.

Thanks for reminding me.
JoeFourDecember 28, 2017 11:48 AM UTC

"An 18 year-old Amish who decides he or she doesn’t want to ‘live the life’ is shunned and expelled from the community. "

My understanding is that shunning would occur only if said 18 year-old had been baptized into the church and then subsequently choose to leave the church. If they originally choose not to be baptized into the church, they may continue to have and maintain relationships with family and friends.