Thank Rothbard that Fidel Castro's dead, finally. What are some of the horrible crimes against humanity he committed? Also, What's in the News with stories on Edward Snowden, Ross Ulbricht, secession, the Second Amendment, euthanasia, the minimum wage, the surveillance state, and more, and a Herding Cats segment on some upcoming events you don't want to miss. And don't forget to hang out until the end of the episode to find out who won my November contest.

WHAT’S RUSTLING MY JIMMIES 

[1:33]

When Fidel Castro died last week many people were saying that we should never celebrate the death of anther human being. I call bullshit. Should the death of a Hitler, a Stalin, a Pol Pot not be celebrated? Of course it should. And so should the death of a Castro be celebrated. I would love for those saying his death should not be celebrated to say that to the face of the families of those killed because of Castro and those who were tortured by Castro. Fuck Castro in the neck.

WHAT'S IN THE NEWS 

[8:49]

In what the actual fuck news, President Obama decided to lie to the world when asked if he was going to pardon Edward Snowden by saying he couldn't do so until Snowden has gone before a court and presented himself. I would expect the President of the United States to know that this is just flat out not true.

And, in Edward Snowden news, it appears that Edward Snowden, who has long said things that make it appear he's a libertarian, may be a full blown anarcho-capitalist now.

In secession news, anti-Trump secessionists filed formal paperwork launching their petition drive aimed at separating California from the union by first putting the issue before voters on the 2018 ballot.

In another reason for secession news, the federal government is saying that if you use marijuana you have forfeited your Second Amendment right, even if you're one of the 68 million Americans who live in a state where it is legal, or one of the 186 million who live in a state that allows if for medicinal use,

In minimum wage news, in what is likely a response to the growing groups of people calling for $15 minimum wage laws around the country, Mcdonald's says that every one of its 14,000 stores nationwide will be replacing cashiers with automated touch-screen kiosks.

In there is always a way out news, a man in the Netherlands has been allowed to die because he could no longer carry on living as an alcoholic.

In surveillance state news, the UK s about to become one of the world’s foremost surveillance states, allowing its police and intelligence agencies to spy on its own people to a degree that is unprecedented for a democracy.

There is a long article on The Verge going into deep detail on this new law.

On December 1, the United States FBI was granted new powers to intrude into any computer anywhere on the globe, instantly changing the FBI from a random law enforcement agency to a global adversary. The changes will allow judges to issue warrants in cases when a suspect uses anonymizing technology to conceal the location of his or her computer or for an investigation into a network of hacked or infected computers, such as a botnet.

In Dread Pirate Roberts news, attorneys for Ross Ulbricht, the man convicted of running the Silk Road online drug marketplace under the pseudonym “Dread Pirate Roberts” say they’ve discovered evidence that someone logged into the Dread Pirate Roberts account on the Silk Road forums six weeks after Ulbricht was arrested.

HERDING CATS 

[24:28]

There are two awesome events coming up in a couple of months that you don't want to miss if you can help it. The first one is one that I'll be attending. It's the 2017 New Hampshire Liberty Forum.

The second one is Anarchapulco.

Be sure to check both of these out.

 

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TEASER INTRO

Thank Rothbard that Castro is finally dead. What are some of the horribles crimes against humanity he committed? Also, What's in the News with stories on Edward Snowden, Ross Ulbricht, secession, the Second Amendment, euthanasia, the minimum wage, the surveillance state, and more, and a Herding Cats segment on some upcoming events you don't want to miss. And don't forget to hang out until the end of the episode to find out who won my November contest.

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, coming to you from the state that was the home of the first women's strike in 1828 when 400 female workers walked out of the Dover Cotton factory, 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 fifty-one, The Ding Dong, Castro's Dead Edition, and its Tuesday, December 6th, 2016, when at least 1070 people have been killed by police already this year. What's Rustling My Jimmies this week? You're about to find out! Let’s Do It To It!

WHAT’S RUSTLING MY JIMMIES

When Fidel Castro died last week many people were saying that we should never celebrate the death of anther human being. I call bullshit. Should the death of a Hitler, a Stalin, a Pol Pot not be celebrated? Of course it should. And so should the death of a Castro be celebrated. I would love for those saying his death should not be celebrated to say that to the face of the families of those killed because of Castro and those who were tortured by Castro. Fuck Castro in the neck.

For example, Orlando Gutiérrez, founder of the opposition Cuban Democratic Directorate in Miami, condemned Castro and his legacy as exiles and their descendants took to the streets of Little Havana to celebrate his death. Mr. Gutierrez said,

“I regret that this criminal never faced a tribunal for all the crimes he committed against his own people. This is a man who leaves a legacy of intolerance, of setting up a family-run dictatorship, which had no tolerance for anyone who thought differently, who set up a vicious totalitarian regime where people were persecuted for the most slight deviation from official ideology.”

The list of abuses by Fidel Castro is long. This guy was a monster who presided as dictator over a totalitarian regime of oppression and death. Here are a few of the abuses committed by Castro and in his name.

In the wake of his overthrow of Cuban President Fulgencio Batista in 1959, supporters of the old government were sent before summary courts and at least 582 were shot by firing squads over two years.
Estimates of executions under Castro’s 50-year rule run into the thousands, as high as over 10,000, with monitors warning of unfair trials, arbitrary imprisonment and extrajudicial executions.
As Castro's one-party system came into force, independent newspapers were closed and homosexuals, priests and others viewed as a threat were herded into labour camps for “re-education”.
Censorship and repression spread, with fans of American rock ‘n’ roll among those targeted. Freedom of expression, religion, association, assembly, movement and the press were denied.
In 1964, Castro acknowledged holding 15,000 political prisoners. Hundreds of thousands of Cubans fled, including Castro’s daughter Alina Fernandez Revuelta and his younger sister Juana.
Prisoners were often beaten severely with twisted coils of electrical cable or rifle-butts. On exile recalled, "On Mother’s Day they allowed family visits ‘But as our mothers and sons and daughters were watching, we were beaten with rubber hoses and high-pressure hoses were turned on us, knocking all of us to the floor and rolling us around as the guards laughed and our loved-ones screamed helplessly."
Castro’s police dragged 15-year-old Owen Delgado out of the Ecuadorian embassy, where he had sought asylum, and clubbed him to death with rifle butts.”
In 1994 a group of 72 Cubans boarded a state-owned tugboat (named 13 de Marzo) with the intent to navigate it to freedom. Within minutes the vessel was under attack by other state-owned tugboats. By the time the incident was over 41 Cubans were dead. 10 of them were children.
In February of 1996, Cuban Airforce MIG jets shot down two unarmed propellor aircraft on the orders of Castro, killing all four civilians aboard.
To avoid overcrowding in Havana, Castro implemented Decree 217, restrictions rural immigration and deporting Cuban citizens who go to Havana to find some of the very few jobs in the country back to their rural provinces. According to Human Rights Watch, tens of thousands were deported out of Havana.
Fidel Castro helped train and fund practically every terror group on earth, from the Weathermen to Puerto Rico’s Macheteros, from Argentina’s Montoneros, to Colombia’s FARC, from the Black Panthers to the IRA and from the PLO to AL Fatah.
Human Rights Watch cited secret police, surveillance, short-term detentions, house arrests, travel restrictions, criminal prosecutions and politically motivated sackings as methods of “enforcing political conformity”, as well as restrictions embedded in legal and constitutional structures.
An estimated 70,000 Cubans died trying to leave the despotic, horrible conditions in Cuba. Many of these died from drowning in their makeshift rafts, while many others were gunned down by Cuban forces while trying to flee. Almost 2 million Cubans made it out alive. Over twenty times as many people (and still counting) have died trying to escape Castro's Cuba as died trying to escape East Germany. Yet prior to Castro, Cuba received more immigrants per-capita than almost any nation on earth—more than the U.S. did including the Ellis Island years, in fact.
Of course, as is the be expected when an evil, murdering dictator dies, the American left came out with tons of praise for the dead asshole.

US Congresswoman Barbara Lee said, "We need to stop and pause and mourn his loss. He led a revolution that led to social improvements for his people."

Former Democratic President Jimmy Carter issued a statement Saturday in which he said that he and his wife “share our sympathies with the Castro family and the Cuban people on the death of Fidel Castro. We remember fondly our visits with him in Cuba and his love of his country," Carter gushed. "We wish the Cuban citizens peace and prosperity in the years ahead."

Secretary of State John Kerry also extended his condolences to the Cuban people insofar as they "mourn the passing of Fidel Castro."

MSNBC’s Andrea Mitchell praised the despot because he “gave his people better health care and education” and said he would “be revered” for “education and social services and medical care to all of his people.”

The Reverend Jesse Jackass Jackson tweeted, "In many ways, after 1959, the oppressed the world over joined Castro's cause of fighting for freedom & liberation-he changed the world. RIP"

And I could go on and on for days with praises from the left for the monster.

There was no such praise among hundreds of Cuban exiles and their descendants who poured into the streets of Little Havana in Miami to celebrate Castro’s death.

“Cuba si! Castro no!” they chanted, while others screamed “Cuba libre!” as cars blew their horns and people danced.

“We're all celebrating, this is like a carnival,” said 72-year-old Jay Fernandez, who fled to the US aged 18 in 1961. He held a sign reading: “Satan, Fidel is now yours. Give him what he deserves. Don’t let him rest in peace.”

These people are the ones who knew him best. I think I'll take their words over the words of the American leftists and socialists any day of the week, and twice on Castro Death Day!

WHAT'S IN THE NEWS

In what the actual fuck news, President Obama decided to lie to the world when asked if he was going to pardon Edward Snowden by saying he couldn't do so until Snowden has gone before a court and presented himself. I would expect the President of the United States to know that this is just flat out not true.

Obama's answer to the question was:

I can't pardon somebody who hasn't gone before a court and presented themselves, so that's not something that I would comment on at this point. I think that Mr. Snowden raised some legitimate concerns. How he did it was something that did not follow the procedures and practices of our intelligence community. If everybody took the approach that I make my own decisions about these issues, then it would be very hard to have an organized government or any kind of national security system.

At the point at which Mr. Snowden wants to present himself before the legal authorities and make his arguments or have his lawyers make his arguments, then I think those issues come into play.

Of course, this is utter bullshit. As anyone who has even cursory knowledge of American history knows, President Gerald Ford pardoned Richard Nixon before he had been indicted. In fact, President Obama knows this full well first hand, since he pardoned three Iranian Americas who has not yet stood trial, and he did that this year, for fuck's sake. The Supreme Court ruled 150 years ago that pardons can happen before legal proceedings or convictions. President Obama was a constitutional attorney before being elected to president. This is not a matter of him not knowing. It is a matter of him lying through his teeth to us and expecting us to just ignore it.

And, in Edward Snowden news, it appears that Edward Snowden, who has long said things that make it appear he's a libertarian, may be a full blown anarcho-capitalist now. In an article bashing Snowden called "Edward Snowden is a Fucking Idiot" on Gizmodo, it actually made Snowden come out looking even more fucking awesome that I already thought he was. Here are some of the quotes by Snowden that pissed off the obviously very liberal nutjob who wrote this article. Snowden said:

If you want to build a better future, you’re going to have to do it yourself. Politics will take us only so far. And if history is any guide, they are the least effective means of seeing change we want to see.

Technology works differently than law. Technology knows no jurisdiction.

And my personal favorite:

Law is simply letters on a page.

Fucking-A right! I couldn't have said that better myself. Tell me this isn't evidence of Snowden coming over to the dark side of anarcho-capitalism! Sure sounds like it to me. Maybe that anarchist crying in the back of the crowd at Liberty Forum last year rubbed off on Snowden during his Q & A!

In secession news, anti-Trump secessionists filed formal paperwork launching their petition drive aimed at separating California from the union by first putting the issue before voters on the 2018 ballot. A petition submitted by the Yes California Independence Campaign calls for repealing language in the state constitution that describes California as an “inseparable part” of the nation and holding a vote on independence on March 13, 2019.

Organizers, who filed the petition with the California attorney general, said they plan to begin collecting signatures early next year to qualify for the ballot. The #Calexit campaign has six months to collect 585,407 valid signatures, but the goal is to gather at least 1 million.

I wish them the best, as I fully support peaceful secession for any reason at all. I hope to see the same thing happen here in New Hampshire one day, and I'm actively working to make it happen as a regional captain for the Foundation for New Hampshire Independence.

In another reason for secession news, the federal government is saying that if you use marijuana you have forfeited your Second Amendment right, even if you're one of the 68 million Americans who live in a state where it is legal, or one of the 186 million who live in a state that allows if for medicinal use,

A recent revision to the form by the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives (ATF) underlines how blithely the federal government strips Americans of their Second Amendment rights. "Are you an unlawful user of, or addicted to, marijuana or any depressant, stimulant, narcotic drug, or any other controlled substance?" asks Question 11(e). In the latest version of Form 4473, which dealers are required to start using on January 16, that question is followed by a warning in bold type: "The use or possession of marijuana remains unlawful under Federal law regardless of whether it has been legalized or decriminalized for medicinal or recreational purposes in the state where you reside."

"We were concerned that some buyers who use marijuana may read the 2012 language asking if they were an 'unlawful user of, or addicted to, marijuana' and erroneously say no because in that particular state, marijuana has been legalized," an ATF spokeswoman said "Most dealers recognize that marijuana use prohibits people from purchasing firearms under federal law, but many members of the general public may not be as familiar with the Gun Control Act."

Under that law, a cannabis consumer who possesses a gun (no matter where he got it) is guilty of a felony punishable by up to 10 years in prison. Likewise, anyone who sells him a gun has reason to know the buyer is a cannabis consumer. Falsely denying marijuana use on Form 4473 can get you up to five years.

This is why we need to get DC out of the business of our states, and the best way to do that is to peacefully secede.

In minimum wage news, in what is likely a response to the growing groups of people calling for $15 minimum wage laws around the country, Mcdonald's says that every one of its 14,000 stores nationwide will be replacing cashiers with automated touch-screen kiosks. They’re starting with stores where minimum-wage laws mandate the highest rates, such as Florida, New York, San Francisco, Boston, Chicago, Washington, D.C., and Seattle.

That means that, eventually, more than 20 million customers every day will place their own orders at a kiosk or on a mobile device and then have them delivered by a human to their table. And it’s just a matter of time before those humans will be replaced by machines as well.

Former CEO of McDonald's, Ed Resni, said back in May of this year, “I guarantee you if a $15 minimum wage goes across the country you’re going to see a job loss like you can’t believe. It’s cheaper to buy a $35,000 robot than it is to hire an employee who’s inefficient making $15 an hour bagging French fries.”

And that is the crux of this issue. No one in their right mind is going to pay $15 per hour for unskilled, inefficient labor. They will either not hire anyone, find someone to work under the table for cheaper, or replace the job with machines like McDonald's is doing. Robots don’t get sick, they don’t have attitudes or get pregnant, they don’t go on strike, they always show up for work on time, and, as software improves, will provide a friendly, interactive interface with the store.

Here’s the math: a worker being paid $15 an hour costs his employer $38,500 a year, including unemployment insurance and the employer’s part of Social Security. If Rensi is right, and the average robot in a McDonald’s costs $35,000, in less than a year that store has paid for it in reduced wages, and eliminates that $15 an hour cost forever after. If there are 30 employees in a McDonald’s, and if just 10 of them are replaced by a robot, customers will enjoy another benefit: lower prices on their Happy Meals.

In there is always a way out news, a man in the Netherlands has been allowed to die because he could no longer carry on living as an alcoholic. Mark Langedijk chose the day of his death and was telling jokes, drinking beer and eating ham sandwiches with his family hours before he passed away.

He was killed by lethal injection at his parents’ home on 14 July, according to an account of the ordeal written by his brother and published in the magazine Linda. He was able to do this thanks to a euthanasia law passed in the Netherlands 16 years ago, which is available to people in “unbearable suffering” with no prospect of improvement.

Before choosing to be euthanized, Mark spent 8 years addicted to alcohol and 21 stints in rehab, with no relief in sight. He applied for euthanasia and was approved by a doctor from the Support and consultation on Euthanasia.

More than 5,500 people ended their life using Holland’s euthanasia laws last year. One of those who died was a sex abuse victim who suffered severe anorexia, chronic depression, and hallucinations.

Now, while I would never make the decision myself to die for alcoholism, depression, or hallucinations, it is none of my business and not my right to tell others how, when, or why they should die. Politicians in the UK are using this as a case for why euthanasia should never be allowed in the UK. Because, you know, the state owns you and should be able to decide how, when, and why you die.

In surveillance state news, the UK s about to become one of the world’s foremost surveillance states, allowing its police and intelligence agencies to spy on its own people to a degree that is unprecedented for a democracy. The UN’s privacy chief has called the situation "worse than scary." Edward Snowden says it’s simply "the most extreme surveillance in the history of western democracy."

The legislation in question is called the Investigatory Powers Bill. It’s been cleared by politicians and granted royal assent on November 29th — officially becoming law. The bill will legalize the UK’s global surveillance program, which scoops up communications data from around the world, but it will also introduce new domestic powers, including a government database that stores the web history of every citizen in the country. UK spies will be empowered to hack individuals, internet infrastructure, and even whole towns — if the government deems it necessary.

This is scary as shit, and if history is any indicator, this will spread to other countries as well. After all, if the British can do this, why can't Germany, or Spain, or the US?

There is a long article on The Verge going into deep detail on this new law. It's well worth the read. You can get to it in the show notes to this episode at thelavaflow.com.51.

And, guess what! It's already happening in the US.

On December 1, the United States FBI was granted new powers to intrude into any computer anywhere on the globe, instantly changing the FBI from a random law enforcement agency to a global adversary. The changes will allow judges to issue warrants in cases when a suspect uses anonymizing technology to conceal the location of his or her computer or for an investigation into a network of hacked or infected computers, such as a botnet. This happened due to changes to Rule 41, which was approved by the Supreme Court in a private vote earlier this year, but was not subject to congressional approval.

So, to make it clear, if you are using the anonymizing browser TOR, or you are using a VPN software to conceal your location on the internet, then you are subject to this new rule and the FBI can attempt to hack into your computer at will. Be careful out there.

In Dread Pirate Roberts news, attorneys for Ross Ulbricht, the man convicted of running the Silk Road online drug marketplace under the pseudonym “Dread Pirate Roberts” say they’ve discovered evidence that someone logged into the Dread Pirate Roberts account on the Silk Road forums six weeks after Ulbricht was arrested. Ulbricht was in federal custody at the time.

If this piece of evidence is authentic, the logical conclusion is that someone else had access to the account that was said to belong to the mastermind of the massive Dark Web drug bazaar. Given the login occurred after the principal arrest in the Silk Road investigation, it may also indicate that whoever did it was someone with a law enforcement background, had access to the investigation, or was “another” Dread Pirate Roberts.

These new details were uncovered by forensic analysts who studied backups of the Silk Road forums that were entered as evidence by the government during Ulbricht’s first trial. Ulbricht’s attorneys say that government tampering calls into question the evidence used to convict Ulbricht. That there could be more than one person using the Dread Pirate Roberts account has been a popular theory among people who have paid close attention to the Silk Road case.

In other Ross Ulbricht news, the Free Ross-A-Thon that ran on Sunday was a huge success. They were hoping to raise $14,000 to cover just the printing costs of the appeal and, as of today, they have raised $23,472.
In some personal news, I was awarded the 2016 Free Press Publications Peace Prize. The FPP Peace Prize has a mission to recognize a person (or group) that has — through deeds, words, and actions — worked to make the world a more peaceful place where “it shall be legal for anyone to do anything he wants, provided only that he not initiate (or threaten) violence against the person or legitimately owned property of another.”

I can only assume that this prize is because of you, my listeners. If you voted for me on this, I really appreciate it. I didn't ask anyone to and kept my nomination to myself because I didn't want to skew the results and, frankly, because I didn't feel I deserved to win over many of the other people nominates. Along with me this year, Walter Block also won. Past winners have been Ron Paul, Adam Kokesh, Chelsea Manning, Antiwar.com, Julian Assange, Edward Snowden, Ross Ulbricht, and Harry Brown. Frankly, I have no business being even in the same realm with these greats, but I am honored all the same. You can see all of the past winners and even nominate people who you think deserves this award at peaceprize.xyz.

HERDING CATS

There are two awesome events coming up in a couple of months that you don't want to miss if you can help it. The first one is one that I'll be attending. It's the 2017 New Hampshire Liberty Forum. I went to this event last year and had a blast. It's at one of the nicest hotels in the state, the Radisson in Manchester, and the lineup of speakers is always fantastic. Last year they had Edward freaking Snowden do a Q & A from Russia via Skype to all of us. It was absolutely incredible and an event I will never forget as long as I live. And, this year the event is happening over the weekend of February 2nd - 4th, so we will be able to celebrate Porcupine Day at Liberty Forum! Porcupine day is the day that the Free State Project triggered the move last year and will forever be celebrated on February 3rd, the day after Groundhog's Day, fittingly enough.

The cost of this event is $99 for a basic package which gets you into all of the events and speakers. You can get an all-inclusive pass for $250 that also includes all of the dinners and the Awards Ceremony package.

The organizers are still working to get the speakers lined up for the event this year, but as they release the information, I will let you guys know. I will definitely be at this event this year, so I hope to see you there. You can get more information on this event and register at nhlibertyforum.com.

The other upcoming event is Anarchapulco, coming up on February 25th - 28th in sunny and beautiful Acapulco, Mexico. One of these days I am going to this event, without a doubt. It looks just amazing. It has tons of great speakers lined up like Larken Rose, Jeffrey Tucker, Adam Kokesh, Judd Weiss, Roger Ver, the Bitcoin Jesus, That Guy T, Ian Freeman and Mark Edge from Free Talk Live, and many others. Music will be provided by Eric July and Backwordz. There will also be several workshops that you can add on to the event such as a Homesteading Workshop with Adam Kokesh, the Change Media University Bootcamp with Luke Rudkowski, an Ayahuasca ceremony, and The Dollar Vigilante Internationalization and Investment workshop.

The cost for this event is $245 for the full conference and the add-on workshops cost anywhere from an additional $50 to $395 each. This looks like it's going to be one hell of an event, and I hate that I'm going to miss it. Be sure to check it out for yourself at anarchapulco.com That's a-n-a-r-c-h-a-p-u-l-c-o .com

OUTRO

Thank you for listening to the show this week. As always, I need to thank my favorite Christmas shopper, 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/51.

I have several new iTunes reviews this week. DaneKirk said:

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Thanks, Dane!

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Thanks, Barry! Can't thank you enough for that awesome review.

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Thanks, Popz! And thank Rothbard!

I've had another increase in donations this week! One of my existing donors, Kyle, increased his support from $2.50 to $5 per episode using Patreon! Thanks so much, Kyle. I can't tell you how much I appreciate your support. This increase puts me closer than ever to bringing you more content. I'm now at $172.00, or 68.8% towards bringing you a full 30-minute episode of The LAVA Flow every week.
And now it's time to announce the winners of my November contest!

After using a list randomizer at random.org, the winner of the prize pack that includes an exclusive LAVA Flow contest winner's t-shirt, a LAVA Flow tote bag, and one of my favorite libertarian books signed by the author is Link! Link's review on Stitcher for The LAVA Flow was:

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I love this review. Thanks so much, Link! There were a ton of awesome reviews left for me at thelavaflow.com/stitcher. Even Bill Weld himself left me a review! Go check it out. And thank you to each and every one of you who left me a review for this contest. I have the best fans. I know fans. I have the best fans. I have the best. but there is no better fans than mine.

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