Secession is in the news again, and more than just Catalonia. Why is this good news? What's in the News with stories on a new libertarian country idea, police union outrage, Free Ross news, Equifax gets a government contract, Bill Weld shows his true colors, and body camera footage kept in the dark. Also, a Statists Gonna State segment on guns in America and a Herding Cats segment on two upcoming libertarian events. This episode is brought to you by Tom Woods's Liberty Classroom, helping you to become a smarter and more informed libertarian than ever before, for just 24 cents a day.

WHAT’S RUSTLING MY JIMMIES

[1:41]

After Brexit, there have been several secession movements pop up and several have actually made strides at breaking off from other countries. Sure, you've seen the news and the videos about the independence efforts in Catalonia, but have you heard about the recent movements in Cameroon and Kurdistan? Let's talk secession!

WHAT'S IN THE NEWS

[10:14]

In the new world news, Bitcoin Jesus, Roger Ver, is partnering with Olivier Janssens to create a new country, the world’s first sovereign voluntaryist country. They have titled the project Free Society, and are looking to join forces with a willing government and purchase the territory from them. According to Jansenns, they have amassed over $100,000,000 dollars to create the country.

In cockroaches hate the light news, the head of the Salt Lake Police Association has watched the country's outrage over the videos showing a nurse getting arrested for refusing to draw a man's blood without a warrant and has decided the correct response is to complain that the public got to see what its officers did.

As an aside, sadly, William Gray, the truck driver who nurse Wubbels was protecting in this incident dies from the injuries he suffered in the crash.

In Free Ross news, Ross Ulbricht has surrendered his claim to 144,336 BitCoins, or what amounts to $48 million to the Federal government through their civil asset forfeiture program.

In I couldn't make this shit up news, the IRS will pay Equifax $7.25 million to verify taxpayer identities and help prevent fraud under a no-bid contract issued last week, even as lawmakers lash the embattled company about a massive security breach that exposed personal information of as many as 145.5 million Americans.

In I told you so news, lifetime member of the Libertarian Party and the OG libertarian (according to Gary Johnson anyway) Bill Weld will be heading up a big fundraising event in Cambridge, MA for… the state Republican Party. And he is throwing his support to GOP US Senate candidate Beth Lindstrom and Governor Charlie Baker in the 2018 election. He will join Baker, Mitt Romney, and Jane Swift as the featured draw by the state Republican Party, which is looking to use its former leaders to raise money.

In watching the watchers news, North Carolina lawmakers have made is much more difficult to investigate our rulers by passing a bill exempting body camera footage from public records requests. The law put law enforcement agencies and judges in charge of deciding what footage may be released.

STATISTS GONNA STATE

[22:35]

As you're all aware, there was another horrific mass shooting recently, this time in Las Vegas that took the lives of 59 people. I honestly have no desire to go over the specifics of this situation because there are plenty of shows that have discussed it and there is so much news out about it. However, as usual, there were immediate calls for banning guns when this happened. 

Hillary Clinton blamed silencers yet no silencers were used. Everyone screamed to ban automatic rifles although those have been banned for decades and there also was no automatic weapon used in this case. Washington state is proposing a bill that would ban most purchases of military-style weapons — such as semi-automatic AR-15 rifles — and outlaw large capacity magazines. Magazines would be limited to 10 rounds of ammunition or less. Even in New Hampshire, a Democratic representative is calling for banning bump stocks. 

So, let's look at some hard facts about guns in America.

HERDING CATS

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Two awesome liberty events are coming up in February almost back to back, including one of my favorite liberty events of the year.

 

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TEASER INTRO

Secession is in the news again, and more than just Catalonia. Why is this good news? What's in the News with stories on a new libertarian country idea, police union outrage, Free Ross news, Equifax gets a government contract, Bill Weld shows his true colors, and body camera footage kept in the dark. Also, a Statists Gonna State segment on guns in America and a Herding Cats segment on two upcoming libertarian events. This episode is brought to you by Tom Woods's Liberty Classroom, helping you to become a smarter and more informed libertarian than ever before, for just 24 cents a day.

INTRO 

“Welcome to The LAVA Flow, channeling the flow of information to the Libertarian, Anarcho-capitalist, Voluntaryist, and Agorist community. Find us at thelavaflow.com. Here’s your host, Rodger Paxton.”

Thank you for joining me this week, home of the Anheuser-Busch Clydesdales, the only horses to ever play football in a Super Bowl commercial, this is the show that will bring you the people, places, and events that everyone in the liberty revolution needs to know. You can catch me on Twitter @TheLAVAFlowPod.

This is episode seventy-two, Secede to Succeed, and it's Tuesday, October 10th, 2017, when there have already been more than 931 people killed by police this year and the United States Debt Clock shows us at 20 trillion, 346 billion, 451 million dollars in debt. What's Rustling My Jimmies this week? You're about to find out! Let’s Do It To It!

WHAT’S RUSTLING MY JIMMIES

After Brexit, there have been several secession movements pop up and several have actually made strides at breaking off from other countries. Sure, you've seen the news and the videos about the independence efforts in Catalonia, but have you heard about the recent movements in Cameroon and Kurdistan? Let's talk secession!

The situation in Catalonia has been pretty crazy, and Spain has shown exactly how not to react to this sort of situation if you want the world to be on your side.

Here's a bit of history on the Catalonia independence movement.

Catalonia is a region of Spain with a population of 7.5 million people. Catalonia is one of Spain's wealthiest and most productive regions and has a distinct history dating back almost 1,000 years. Before the Spanish Civil War, it enjoyed broad autonomy but that was suppressed under decades of Gen Francisco Franco's dictatorship from 1939-75. When Franco died, Catalan nationalism was revived and eventually the north-eastern region was granted autonomy again, under the 1978 constitution. A 2006 statute granted even greater powers, boosting Catalonia's financial clout and describing it as a "nation", but Spain's Constitutional Court reversed much of this in 2010, to the anger of the regional authorities.

Angered by having their autonomy watered down as well as by years of recession and cuts in public spending, Catalans held an unofficial vote on independence in November 2014. More than two million of the region's 5.4 million eligible voters took part and officials declared that 80% had backed secession.

Separatists won Catalonia's election in 2015 and set to work on holding a binding referendum, defying Spain's constitution, which states that Spain is indivisible, referring to "the indissoluble unity of the Spanish nation, the common and indivisible homeland of all Spaniards".

The vote held on October 1st was to be the first binding vote on the question of Catalan independence and the result is binding. It requires that independence must be declared by parliament within two days of the Catalan electoral commission proclaiming the results. The vote did not go off as planned. Voting took place in some areas, but nearly 900 people were injured when police used force to try to stop the referendum. Images of police firing rubber bullets, restraining elderly people and pulling voters from polling booths by the hair have shocked people around the world. 

A Catalan spokesman said more than 750,000 votes could not be counted because polling stations were closed and urns were confiscated. The national authorities had brought in 4,000 police from outside Catalonia to help thousands of local police and national officers to keep security and stop the vote. Despite the jack-booted presence and the attacks by cops on innocent people trying to vote, 43% of eligible voters, 2.2 million people, turned out and voted 90% to secede. 

As I write this, the world waits to see if the Catalan government will actually declare independence, as their law requires, or if they will bow to pressure from Spain and other countries around the world. France said it would not recognize an independent Catalonia and that this would result in an automatic expulsion from the European Union. 

Now, Spain’s ruling party appears to have resorted to thinly-veiled threats in a bid to force Catalan leaders to back down as the region’s independence bid threatens the breakup of Spain. Pablo Casado, the party's deputy secretary for communications, told reporters: "Let's hope that nothing is declared tomorrow because perhaps the person who makes the declaration will end up like the person who made the declaration 83 years ago." The person who made the declaration 83 years ago, Lluis Companys, was arrested, tried and sentenced to 30 years in prison for rebellion. Exiled to France after the Spanish Civil War, Companys was eventually handed over to the Francoist regime by the Nazis and executed in Barcelona on October 15, 1940.

Catalan MP Joan Tardà tweeted: "Yes, Pablo Casado, we know how our President Companys ended up, shot by the army. Does it make you happy to remind our defenseless people of it?".

Meanwhile, Spanish Deputy Prime Minister Soraya Saenz de Santamaria warned the government could be forced to take direct action if the Catalan independence announcement goes ahead. She said: ”I’m calling on the sensible people in the Catalan Government don't jump off the edge because you'll take the people with you. If there is a unilateral declaration of independence there will be decisions made to restore law and democracy."

The declaration by the Catalonian government is expected the day this episode comes out, so I will be sure to update you on my next episode, or, if it warrants it, I'll make a LAVA Spurt out of it. Keep your eyes on Catalonia over the next couple of days.

Catalonia is not the only region seeking independence. The west-African nation of Cameroon has an Anglophone region that has declared symbolic independence from the country's French-speaking areas. Cameroon's government has banned public gatherings, suspended transportation and shut businesses in those regions. Tensions continue to run high in towns and cities in Cameroon's northwest and southwestern regions country with thousands of security forces said to be patrolling the streets in a bid to quell planned demonstrations against President Paul Biya's administration. 

English-speaking Cameroonians make up one-fifth of Cameroon's population of 22 million. They have long accused the central government of discriminating against their community, arguing that they are excluded from employment and forced to speak French in business and official affairs, despite English being one of the country's official languages. They also argue that oil, found in the southwestern region, has been used to the benefit of the state and not the region in which the resources are found. 

In response to allegations that the central government has deployed a disproportionate number of military to the region, Cameroon's communication minister said that "necessary measures had been taken to look after people and property, and to ensure people are not bullied. We deployed to prevent violence; their [the protesters] aim is to provoke violence, this is why we sent [the army] there." 

At least eight people have been killed and hundreds have been arrested and detained as the government looked to crack down on what they see as a secessionist movement. Authorities have banned all gatherings of more than four people, ordered bus stations, restaurants, cafes and shops to shut and forbade movement between different parts of the English-speaking regions. The government also ordered Cameroon’s border with Nigeria to be closed for the weekend. Access to popular social media and messaging apps, including Facebook, Twitter, and WhatsApp, have been disrupted since Friday in an effort to shut down dissident's voices. 

And, over this past weekend, the Kurdish president has agreed not to act on the results of the recent independence vote if Baghdad ensures the rights of the autonomous Kurdish region of Iraq. Iraqi Kurds voted overwhelmingly in favor of secession from Iraq in the controversial September 25 independence referendum. Baghdad responded by banning international flights into the Kurdish region and threatening to take control of border crossings, while Iran and Turkey launched joint military exercises with Iraqi troops at their borders with Iraqi Kurdistan.

The Kurdistan Region's leadership held the referendum on independence in what it described as a response to Baghdad's treatment of the people of the Kurdistan Region, and which ended with almost 93 percent of over 72 percent of eligible voters in the Region voting in favor of secession. 

Before all of this happened, in mid-September, Zogby took a poll of Americans about how they feel about a state declaring independence from the rest of the country. A whopping 4 out of 10, 39%, of Americans said yes, agreeing with this statement, "If a majority of residents within a given state prefer to have the final say over their destiny without the control of Washington D.C. then let them have it – it is their right." Only 32% agreed with the statement "If residents within a given state were to take such a drastic measure and secede from the United States, the federal government would be justified in sending in the military to prevent secession from taking place." 29% were not sure. 

Guys, this is fucking huge. This is already a much higher percentage of Americans than the percentage that supported American independence from England. And this is only going to grow as people wake up to the realities of statism and large government. 

Keep an eye out on secession movements around the world. As groups are violently shut down like in Catalonia and Cameroon, the world will take notice and be outraged by it. That outrage gives me hope that we will soon see many groups secede peacefully because governments will learn from the mistakes made and from the backlash their governments receive from peaceful people around the world. 

WHAT'S IN THE NEWS

In the new world news, Bitcoin Jesus, Roger Ver, is partnering with Olivier Janssens to create a new country, the world’s first sovereign voluntaryist country. They have titled the project Free Society, and are looking to join forces with a willing government and purchase the territory from them. According to Jansenns, they have amassed over $100,000,000 dollars to create the country.

Janssens revealed the plans for the country. It would be heavily based on libertarian and anarcho-capitalist principles. There would be no monopoly on military, courts, or police like there is by the state in most countries across the world. The project says, "…the country would operate on a fully voluntary basis. That means “enforcement will happen through private arbitration, competing court systems and private law enforcement."

Intellectual property would be a no-go and victimless crimes would not be crimes at all in this libertarian utopia. 

They claim that the solution “to really gain sovereignty…is to negotiate with an existing government” by outright buying a piece of land from them. Their criteria for a location are: “proximity to existing economic powerhouses, accessibility by water, located in a safe, conflict-free area, stable existing government, nations with a significant national debt, a flexible constitution that allows granting sovereignty, [and] acceptable minimum size for the land.”

I'm skeptical as hell about this project, frankly, even with $100 million at their disposal. What's to keep a country from selling land and then forcibly taking it back later? What incentives do countries have for doing a lump sum sell-off of land when it would be much more profitable to run the long game and require the citizens of the new country to pay taxes? There are a ton of hurdles to this idea. However, the Free Society web page at freesociety.com says, "We have started up preliminary talks with governments and interest is much higher than initially expected."

I wish them the best, and I will be keeping an eye out on this one.

In cockroaches hate the light news, the head of the Salt Lake Police Association has watched the country's outrage over the videos showing a nurse getting arrested for refusing to draw a man's blood without a warrant and has decided the correct response is to complain that the public got to see what its officers did.

Union head Stephen Hartney sent a letter to the city's mayor and police chief to complain video of the brief arrest of nurse Alex Wubbels has made "pariahs" of Det. Jeff Payne and his watch commander at the time of the incident, Lt. James Tracy. Bullshit. The video only brought to light the abuses of these officers. They made pariahs of themselves by acting like jack-booted thugs. 

Wah. I don't feel sorry for these officers one bit. There is no way anyone can watch the video and not be outraged, unless you're a cop, like this union head. He should be ashamed of himself for being concerned about how these officers made themselves look by their own actions. Maybe police officers should be more concerned about the ramifications of their actions and how those actions will be perceived before doing something like this in the future. That would certainly make us all a little safer.

As an aside, sadly, William Gray, the truck driver who nurse Wubbels was protecting in this incident dies from the injuries he suffered in the crash.

In Free Ross news, Ross Ulbricht has surrendered his claim to 144,336 BitCoins, or what amounts to $48 million to the Federal government through their civil asset forfeiture program.

Government prosecutors imposed a money judgment against Ulbricht equal to $183,961,921. They came to that number based on the transactional records from Silk Road showing the amount of illegal drug sales as $182,960,285 combined with the transactions for fake identification equal to $1,001,636.

This $48 million is only a portion of what he owes the government, and many people don't understand why this was done now. Ross's attorney says this will not give him any preferential consideration in higher courts, but that it was only done to free up resources and energy for the larger picture. How does giving up nearly $50 million free up resources? As istate.tv said:

There are so many questions that remain unanswered in what appears, at least to us, sudden agreement.  Isn’t giving up the bitcoins some level of tacit admission of guilt?  Has Ross Ulbricht surrendered?  The attorney assures the public that they haven’t given up.  And if you know Ross’ mother, Lyn Ulbricht, as some of my friends actually do, you know he has a support group behind him that is determined and committed to do whatever it takes to free Ross Ulbricht.

I don’t doubt that Ross has not surrendered, but I am not sure, unless there is something else going on behind the scenes that we couldn’t, maybe even shouldn’t know, that surrendering bitcoins does anything to end any part of his legal troubles.

In I couldn't make this shit up news, the IRS will pay Equifax $7.25 million to verify taxpayer identities and help prevent fraud under a no-bid contract issued last week, even as lawmakers lash the embattled company about a massive security breach that exposed personal information of as many as 145.5 million Americans.

The credit agency will "verify taxpayer identity" and "assist in ongoing identity verification and validations" at the IRS, according to the award. The notice describes the contract as a "sole source order," meaning Equifax is the only company deemed capable of providing the service. It says the order was issued to prevent a lapse in identity checks while officials resolve a dispute over a separate contract.

The IRS defended its decision in a statement, saying that Equifax told the agency that none of its data was involved in the breach and that Equifax already provides similar services to the IRS under a previous contract. The IRS statement said, "Following an internal review and an on-site visit with Equifax, the IRS believes the service Equifax provided does not pose a risk to IRS data or systems. At this time, we have seen no indications of tax fraud related to the Equifax breach, but we will continue to closely monitor the situation."

So, let me get this straight. A company who has been doing a job for the IRS to help prevent taxpayer fraud gets hacked and loses private information on 145 million Americans, and instead of the IRS pulling the contract completely from a company that clearly is unfit for the job, they give them a sole source order contract to keep doing it? Seriously? Look, the US government does a lot of incompetent shit, but this has to be close to the top, right? Equifax should lose any and all government contracts it may have right now until it can prove that they have beefed up their security systems and made it nigh impossible for a hacker to get through.

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In I told you so news, lifetime member of the Libertarian Party and the OG libertarian (according to Gary Johnson anyway) Bill Weld will be heading up a big fundraising event in Cambridge, MA for... the state Republican Party. And he is throwing his support to GOP US Senate candidate Beth Lindstrom and Governor Charlie Baker in the 2018 election. He will join Baker, Mitt Romney, and Jane Swift as the featured draw by the state Republican Party, which is looking to use its former leaders to raise money.

Meanwhile, just four days after he cavorts with his old GOP pals, Massachusetts Libertarians will hold their annual convention in Westborough — an event Weld is not going to attend because, he says, of a prior commitment. He is taping a message for the gathering.

His flirtation with the state GOP is jarring for anyone who remembers that Memorial Day Weekend last year when Weld pledged his undying allegiance to the Libertarian Party — and renounced his Republican roots in no uncertain terms — at the LP national convention. He told them it was a “relief” to break his ties to the GOP. Weld declared, “This is how we should all feel: Free, free at last!” If you hear nothing else from me, hear this: I pledge to you that I will stay with the Libertarian Party for life.”

Yeah, you know what I'm going to say. Fuck this guy in the neck.

In watching the watchers news, North Carolina lawmakers have made is much more difficult to investigate our rulers by passing a bill exempting body camera footage from public records requests. The law put law enforcement agencies and judges in charge of deciding what footage may be released.

This is why, even in situations where officers have body cameras, it is always important to still film the police yourselves. Case after case of supposedly malfunctioning body cameras, missing footage, and now this, it is more important than ever.

Laws like this remove the very reason why police body cameras are so important. How many times have we seen police body camera footage showing that officers acted illegally or recklessly? Hell, take the nurse Wubbels case for example or the case we talked about a few weeks ago of body cam footage catching officers planting drugs. And that is only a couple of hundreds or thousands of such incidents. 

This law in North Carolina has already stopped footage being released in several cases. In one of the cases, a judge refused to release the footage because the video's release could, "harm the reputation of [the arrested man] and members of his family." This is in a case where it is the family in question that is asking for the footage to be released because it will show the man arrested was innocent. What a crock of shit excuse by this judge. I 100% guarantee that if this video showed the arrested man doing something illegal then this video would be on every news station in the state.

STATISTS GONNA STATE

As you're all aware, there was another horrific mass shooting recently, this time in Las Vegas that took the lives of 59 people. I honestly have no desire to go over the specifics of this situation because there are plenty of shows that have discussed it and there is so much news out about it. However, as usual, there were immediate calls for banning guns when this happened. 

Hillary Clinton blamed silencers yet no silencers were used. Everyone screamed to ban automatic rifles although those have been banned for decades and there also was no automatic weapon used in this case. Washington state is proposing a bill that would ban most purchases of military-style weapons — such as semi-automatic AR-15 rifles — and outlaw large capacity magazines. Magazines would be limited to 10 rounds of ammunition or less. Even in New Hampshire, a Democratic representative is calling for banning bump stocks. 

So, let's look at some hard facts about guns in America.

Since 1993, at the heart of the crack and crime epidemic, gun ownership in the United States has risen 56% while the gun homicide rate has dropped by 49%. Right now, there is more than one gun in private ownership for every American citizen. Think about that for a minute. There are about 357 million guns in the country right now. If guns were the problem, as we're lead to believe so often, why isn't the problem massive?

But, with all of those guns, we can at least ban assault rifles, right? That would make a huge difference! Well, not really. Only between 2 and 3% of crimes are committed with what classified as an assault rifle.

America doesn't have a gun problem, folks, it has a gang problem. Two-thirds of the people who die each year from gunfire are criminals being shot by other criminals. 92% of gang murders are committed with guns. Gangs are responsible for between 48% and 90% of all violent crimes in the country depending on how you classify it. 

And our rulers don't want you to know this for one simple reason... because they know that they are the cause of the gang problem. Just like during the prohibition of alcohol, the prohibition of drugs has given criminals an incentive to shoot each other for turf and go toe-to-toe to protect their illegal businesses. You don't see gangs shooting each other over aspirin and alcohol. You see them shooting each other over illegal drugs and prostitution more than anything else. Imagine that.

But, the most interesting thing to consider is this. If the liberals got their way and all guns were banned, how would a gun ban work in this country? You see, when Australia banned guns, for example, only about one-fifth to one-third of the guns were turned in. This means two-thirds to four-fifths of the guns were kept illegally in private hands. This means that if America were the same, there would still be hundreds of millions of guns in America. It would require men with guns to come to the home of every gun owner in the country to confiscate them. See, liberals aren't against guns. They are only against you having guns. So they would send their goons to your house. But, since gun registration has never been the law here in this country, no one knows who has guns in their homes and who doesn't. A 2011 Gallup poll showed that 47% of Americans say they possess a firearm, or one out of every two people. So, one in two households has a gun. They would have to search every house in America. Not only is this not possible operationally, it is not possible politically. 

This would likely cause a civil war in this country. A large portion of gun-owning Americans is not going to give up their guns peacefully. Now that's a gun fact that liberals ignore at their own peril.

HERDING CATS

Two awesome liberty events are coming up in February almost back to back, including one of my favorite liberty events of the year.

There are two liberty events that I never miss, PorcFest and Liberty Forum. Liberty Forum dates have been announced and tickets are now available! This event is happening at the Radisson Hotel in Manchester, New Hampshire February 8th - 10th. Speakers haven't been announced yet, but if the past is any indication then this one will be packed with speakers you want to hear! 

Tickets are on sale at nhlibertyforum.com. Tickets start at $99 for a general admission ticket which includes access to the entire convention and all the speakers and events. For $79 you can add no the Thursday night dinner and entertainment package to those tickets or another $79 for the Friday and Saturday meals. Or, get the all-inclusive ticket for $259.00 and get all access plus all the meals plus an event exclusive gift. 

This is one of my favorite events of the year. Don't miss this one. Come up and find out why New Hampshire is the best destination in the world for libertarians, anarcho-capitalists, voluntaryists, and agorists. Get your tickets at nhlibertyforum.com. I hope to see you there!

The week after Liberty Forum will be the fourth annual Anarchapulco, from February 15 - 18th in Acapulco, Mexico. I've never actually been to this event, but I've heard great things. The tickets start at $245 for access to the event with several add-on packages for an Investment Summit, Change Media University Bootcamp, and others. They have some speakers listed already including Larken Rose, Jeffrey Tucker, Adam Kokesh, Roger Ver, and others. Get all the details at https://anarchapulco.com/. 

One of these days I want to go to this event, but it won't be next year, sadly. 

OUTRO

Thank you for listening to the show this week. As always, I need to thank my favorite decorator, Jessica, for her help with this show. For the show notes to this episode, where I put links and other information that has been on this show, go to thelavaflow.com/72.

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