by Cathy L.Z. Smith
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Attribute to L. Neil Smith’s The Libertarian Enterprise

Missing you, L Neil Smith. You would have known exactly which aspect of the maelstrom to attack.

I wish you were here to see the heroic Canadians, and the heroes of the rest of world, waking up, asserting their self-sovereignty. You would have known what to say to celebrate and bolster their resolve. All I can do is recognize them for what they are facing and for their courage and their restraint in the face of all that the utterly useless self-styled elites can throw in their way.

You would have loved “the horsemen”, the mounted riders from all over Canada, and their supportive brethren in Austria, Belgium, Germany, Australia, New Zealand, Switzerland, Sweden, Norway, Hungary, France, Czech Republic, Poland, Italy, Ireland, Romania, Macedonia, Morocco, Russia, Spain, The Netherlands, United Kingdom, Latvia, Kyrgyzstan, Ukraine, all across the United States, and more—I’m sorry I can’t remember them all—cheering them on. Carl Benjamin styled them the Rohirrim as they came riding down the highway in Alberta. Quite an image.

Here’s my recommended reading list (by which I mean stuff I’m desperately trying to get through so I can make intelligent comments)—but you don’t really need me for that.

These two are my first ventures into “Audible”.

  • The Real Anthony Fauci: Bill Gates, Big Pharma, and the Global War on Democracy and Public Health, Robert F. Kennedy, Jr., Narrated by Bruce Wagner, Unabridged Audiobook, Release date 11/16/21.
  • The Strange Death of Europe: Immigration, Identity, Islam, Douglas Murray, Narrated by Robert Davies, Unabridged Audiobook, Release date 5/4/2017.
  • A Hunter-Gatherer’s Guide to the 21st Century, Heather Heying and Bret Weinstein, Random House, ebook edition, 2021.
  • The Black Swan: Second Edition: The Impact of the Highly Improbable, Nassim Nicholas Taleb, Random House, ebook, 2007.
  • State of Exception, Giorgio Agamben, University of Chicago Press, July 2008. Ebook edition.

Some videos I found interesting:

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