Monday, January 4, 2021

An Urgent Open Letter to Georgia Voters


To Voters of Georgia,

This letter may come as a shock to regular readers of my blog, Target Liberty, since they will know that I generally do not encourage voting and have never voted myself.

At a core level, I support the advancement toward the total liberty Private Property Society. I view voting as a detour on the road toward the PPS which can have only extremely limited use when a vote will determine a significant move in a direction either toward or away from liberty. It has occasional realpolitik uses but is of no use in a PPS.

In other words, I am generally not in favor of the institution of voting to determine the method by which the rules and structure of a society are set. I view it, at best, as an occasional tool in an existing system to prevent a dangerous move away from liberty.

Such a period has arrived where the tool of voting will determine in an extremely significant way the direction the United States will take in the coming years.

I am specifically referring to the two run-off elections for United States Senate positions that will be held in the state of Georgia this Tuesday, January 5, 2021.

The election will pit Republican David Perdue against Democrat Jon Ossoff and Republican  Kelly Loeffler facing off against Democrat Raphael Warnock.

Both races are close.

If Democrats win both seats, the Senate will be split 50-50 and tie votes will be cast by the vice-president who it appears will be the lefty Democrat Kamala Harris.

In short, the Democrats will control both the Senate and the House and the most likely the presidency, which will result in the most lefty Washington D.C. rulemaking body in the history of the country.

Whatsmore, the Democrats have aligned themselves with the radical left that is set on destroying Western Civilization.

There needs to be shown no further evidence of how anti-Western Civilization Democrats are then the proposed new rules that, just re-elected as House Speaker, Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) is proposing.

Pelosi and Rules Committee Chairman James McGovern (D-MA) unveiled the rules for the 117th Congress on Friday, which contain “future-focused” proposals, including the elimination of gendered terms, such as “father, mother, son and daughter.”

“This package, which will be introduced and voted on once the new Congress convenes, includes sweeping ethics reforms, increases accountability for the American people, and makes this House of Representatives the most inclusive in history,” said the House Committee on Rules in a statement.

Specifically, in clause 8(c)(3) of rule XXIII, gendered terms, such as “father, mother, son, daughter, brother, sister, uncle, aunt, first cousin, nephew, niece, husband, wife, father-in-law, mother-in-law, son-in-law, daughter-in-law, brother-in-law, sister-in-law, stepfather, stepmother, stepson, stepdaughter, stepbrother, stepsister, half brother, half sister, grandson, or granddaughter” will be removed.

In their place, terms such as “parent, child, sibling, parent’s sibling, first cousin, sibling’s child, spouse, parent-in-law, child-in-law, sibling-in-law, stepparent, stepchild, stepsibling, half-sibling, or grandchild” will be used, instead.

This, of course, is one sample of the radical left's move to eliminate the traditional family.

It is one step of thousands the Democrats would like to implement if only they have control of the Senate.

Keep in mind that in the runoffs, Loeffler is in a race against the clearly radical leftist, anti-white, Warnock.

Tucker Carlson provides a glimpse of this man (3 minutes 18 seconds):

It would be bad enough to elect any Democratic to put the Senate in control of the Democrats but electing this communist is really rubbing salt in the wound.

To be sure, a Senate with the Republicans in the majority would be nothing but a crony establishment group in place. Mitch McConnell, who would be Senate majority leader if Republicans control the Senate, is nothing but a backroom dealer but he has no desire to tear down Western Civilization.

A Republican-controlled Senate would create gridlock, and when you have central planning radicals controlling the House, gridlock is a very good thing.

All this said, there is a bizarre movement led by pro-Trump attorney Lin Wood calling on pro-Trump Georgia voters not to vote in the runoffs.

Of the Republican candidates in the election, Wood, wearing a red Trump cap, told a rally, "Don't you give it to them. Why would you go back and vote in another rigged election for god's sake!!"

Here he is on Saturday, telling Georgians not to vote:

This is madness. 

Senator Ted Cruz on "Sunday Morning Futures With Maria Bartiromo" said 

[T]hese two Georgia senate races  on January 5th are without exaggeration the most important senate races of our entire lifetime. If we see a Democratic majority a Chuck Schumer majority, I think they will do generational damage.

He is correct. Schumer would become the Senate majority leader and he makes no qualms about changing the world---and not for the better: 


Georgians, the January 5th runoff votes are very serious. It could very well mean the future of America. If Ossoff and Warnock are elected, it could very well be the end of America as we know it.

If you are registered to vote in Georgia, I urge you to vote for Loeffler and Perdue on Tuesday.



  1. Hahaha. It won't be rigged this time, we promise!

    Oh well, lolbertarians also believe that allowing hordes of communists to invade your country will somehow advance liberty.

  2. I've always advocated a gridlocked Congress.
    In other news: Many news stories link to The American Conservative. OK, some good articles there. BUT... Check out the comments!!! About 98% -2% lefty socialist comments. WTF?? This is a "conservative" web site?? Methinks the trolls have taken over.

    1. I stopped frequenting TAC quite some time ago, when it became obvious how rabid they are about economic nationalism. It's like they, Tucker Carlson and Trump all got the same irresponsible memo about "trade imbalances," tariffs, "unbridled, materialistic capitalism" and the like.

    2. Yes, let us depend upon a hostile power for all of our medical PPE and vaccines. Your stupidity is strong. In an ideal world where other countries and money systems were more in line with everyone, maybe it's possible, but the reality is that the US is desperate need of some economic nationalism.

    3. Lab Manager, I notice that as the years roll by, you still display zero interest in educating yourself about comparative advantage, division of labor, and the civilizing, good will-creating effects of proliferating, free trade among all peoples and nations.
      I'm inclined to suggest some reading material, such as Chodorov's "The Rise and Fall of Society" or Hoppe's "A Short History of Man," but I'm sure it's pointless, as you obviously know everything there is to know in this world.
      What a shame. Maybe it's a Texas thang...where facts, logic and reason are subordinate to hunches, intuition and emotion.

  3. I'm in Georgia. I have already voted on the magic counting machine with the secret software. I hope I'm wrong, but here's my prediction: the Republicans will lose because they have had years to do something about those machines, but have not. Why? Because they like things the way they are. It was Republicans in Georgia that very recently purchased these latest machines.

    The battle is between the ruled and the rulers. Donald Trump upsets the rulers, however confused his views may be, so both parties are set against him and both agree that anything goes when rulers are hanging onto power.

    Honest elections are easily accomplished by methods that are hundreds of years old. The machines solve no problem. They are the problem. The secrecy of the software is the proof. Both parties love the power to "run" elections.

    1. We've sacrificed reliability and security for comfort and ease of use. We need to get back to in-person voting (military excepted, perhaps), and set Election Day on Black Friday.

    2. Military and other government employees must be barred feom voting altogether. There is an enormous conflict of interest inherent in govt people voting for more money and power to themselves.

  4. I'm in Georgia and dirtied hands the other day for the first time. Felt pretty bad at the time and even more so because of todays events.