Jim Davies's blog

Getting from Here to There

Aside from TOLFA I've not yet found a credible, systematic proposal for ending the government era and ushering in a free society; and without such a plan the latter will remain a dream only. So today's ZGBlog examines a couple of possibilities that have been aired. If you know of others, send me a PM and I'll check them out in a future edition. Meanwhile, see what you think of these.

The Future of Banking


When government has evaporated for want of willing employees, what will be the fate of banks? - will they even exist?
Today's ZGBlog explores the question, as Banking in the ZGS. Enjoy.

One Powerful Vaccine

It innoculates against rational thought, and kids have been stuck with it for eight generations.
Might the current hysteria about measles shots interfere with its application? - judge here.

Barbarism Defined

PBS, Your Racism is Showing

and today's ZGBlog called A Different Melting Pot offers an opposing view. Enjoy.

Jews: Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow

One of history's most dreadful periods ended 70 years ago this week. Seventy Years marks the occasion.

That 80/20 Rule

The Left is making hay out of the Davos meeting; today's ZGBlog, with a bit of help, sets a match to it. The real question is not why so few control so much, but by what means people join the Few. Enjoy!

Religion, Murder and Government

One week ago the remaining cartoonists at Charlie Hebdo put out their Survivors' Edition, and I've obtained a copy. It's remarkable, and today's ZGBlog shows why.
Its print run was a hundred times normal, and almost all those it had satirized over the years joined 1.6 million marchers in Paris to express sympathy and support. Photos appeared to show 49 "world leaders" at the head of that march; later ones revealed that they had actually assembled with their bodyguards in a side street. To the marchers, the assassination had been an affront to free speech; to the politicians, it was just another photo-op. Then they went home and tightened restrictions on free speech.

No Justice, No Peace


It's elementary that one party to a dispute ought not to have charge of the resolution process; yet today government does have a monopoly on what it calls a "justice" system. So injustice prevails.
Often, though, it prevails even when the government has no special interest in the outcome, and today's Zero Government Blog explores a case in point. Happily, such cases are getting some public exposure.


The Parade of the Pols in Paris on Sunday, in front of that huge crowd just as if they were leading it, was meant to suggest they were heroic defenders of free speech.
The opposite is the case, and speech will be free only when they and their ilk have vanished. Today's ZGBlog describes that happy situation.

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