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Cult Of The Dead Cow: How to Break The Law Part 2

Sunday, May 13th, 2018

Cult Of The Dead Cow: How to Break The Law Part 2

You should also sever your financial ties with the uninvolved. The state can grab the full balance of joint bank accounts, even if the “innocent” partner deposited most of the money. Other forms of joint property may be safer, but the state can still grab your half and convert the other owner into a co-tenant with the government.

Keep your money and other property separate. If you’ve followed the suggestions in Section 2 above, you will already have eliminated most entanglements with others, but such involvements are something to watch out for.

As I also pointed about above, don’t transfer your property to friends or relatives in anticipation of any criminal activities, since the state can go after it anyway, dragging others into court.

5) Develop at least a nodding acquaintance with a lawyer (or someone with as big a mouth). If you are arrested, it is very comforting to have someone to call. Someone on the outside can do more about getting bail together, reporting your case to Amnesty International, and getting you out, than you can do from inside. Read the rest of this entry »

Cult Of The Dead Cow: How to Break The Law Part 1

Sunday, May 13th, 2018
Cult Of The Dead Cow: How to Break The Law Part 1

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For a fair number of readers, the day may come when the men in the funny suits walk up to you, ask if you are you, and then exercise their power of arrest. For those without much experience in getting arrested, let me tell you what in general it will be like (details may vary). But first let’s review arrest etiquette. Arrest etiquette can be complicated for the arresting officers but it is easy for the arrestee.

There are only two rules: 1) keep your mouth shut and 2) cooperate physically with the arrest. Following rule two will help preserve your kidneys, limbs, and skull but following rule one is the most important.

During the first two years after your arrest, there are only four words that you should speak to minions of the State in an official capacity: “I want a lawyer” Say nothing else. You gain NO benefits by saying things to the cops and the prosecutors for free.

If your lawyer cuts a deal for you, you can talk in exchange for something but once you speak you can’t take the words back. Lawyers are constantly amazed and entertained by the things their clients tell the cops. Read the rest of this entry »

Assorted Ways to Kill Someone

Wednesday, July 12th, 2017

Dutifully Typed by The Arsonist.

Preface:

If you do indeed take the information provided in this article seriously enough to do it, please forget where you read it.

Poisons:

The first and probably least known way to maim (such a nice word) someone is through the use of various herbal extracts..(no I don’t mean Sinsemella)

Diffenbachia (dumbcane)

Take 2-4 of the leaves and boil them in water (don’t inhale the fumes) When the water becomes a greenish color, take the leaves and throw them away..Now take the liquid and add it to the victims drink,food etc..The victims voice goes kaput.

Oleander

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History of The Internet’s Anarchist Cookbook

Monday, May 22nd, 2017
By: Zero

11-18-2001

The Jolly Roger, Exodus, RFlagg, we’ve heard them all.. The Anarchist Cookbook is by far one of the most interesting books available on the internet today. It is also one of the most lied about books on the internet today.

I am going to try and Cypher out what the Anarchist Cookbook is, and what has happened to it since it’s release on the Internet.

Keep in mind that this is a text document dealing with the Internet version of the Anarchist Cookbook, not the actual thing.

The Actual Anarchist Cookbook was writen by William Powell Somewhere around 1971. It has almost nothing to do with the Internet version. Exept for a few recipes and the name.. But I don’t exactly care about that… I havn’t even read the Actual Cookbook. For those of you that hate the Anarchist Cookbook because of it’s waste of time…Then good for you…That Book is truly a waste of typing space. For those of you that think The Anarchist Cookbook is something good…Please shut the hell up….You have no idea what your talking about. I was around when the Internet Version came out…Besides, you won’t have any fingers left if you use that dumb ass book. Read something like “the poor man’s james bond”, or “smart bombs”.

This File is just for the History of the Anarchist Cookbook. And to clear up a few things that people say about it.
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