American Socialists Release “Heroes of Leftism” Card Game!

Bernie Sanders, Parody, Socialist, leftism, card gameGalactic Imperium News Service: The American Society of Socialists recently unveiled a collectible card game designed to excite and entice young people into the wonderful world of Socialism. Backed by a number of prominent American Socialists who have made their fortunes in the University system and through building Social Media Empires, Democratic Socialist party officials praised the “Heroes of Leftism” card set and planned to distribute millions of the cards for Halloween Trick-Or-Treaters.

The numbered set features prominent Progressives, Leftists and Socialists who are impacting culture today. Below each name, there’s a short bio and special “abilities” which can be played as part of the game. Some cards may counteract these abilities, or detract from the overall power rating of various abilities. (Note: The samples in this post features Bernie Sanders, Barack Obama, Historian Eric Foner, beloved leftist icon Margaret Sanger, and Ocasio-Cortez)

Says Josefs Talon of the National Educators Union of Socialists, “We recently heard former President Barack Obama decry National Socialism, or Nazism, which we were afraid would be really confusing to many of our young people who love the free stuff that socialism provides. In fact, some amongst the Democratic Socialists – or Dezism as some call it – were wondering if we might need to engage in a rebranding effort. However, this card game comes at an ideal time to distract our little radicals with something cool to focus on until Obama’s confusing statements are forgotten.”

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A Mascot for the Left: General Leftisimo

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A Mascot for the Left: General Leftisimo! This was a pretty fun cartoon to illustrate, and one I’ve been wanting to do for a long time. I know the so-called “Right” has their share of nuts and tyrants (like the recent weird adoration of neo-conservative John McCain by the Establishment), but it does seem like the Left has decided to go full-tilt insanity in the last couple of decades. My inspiration for this particular illustration was that of a fire and brimstone pastor, or a megalomaniacal dictator thundering down from on high. Of course, it wouldn’t be complete without all the trappings of the left, like the hypocritical equality symbol (equal as long as they agree), the rainbow flag (tolerant of only those who they love), the peace symbol (peace unless they think you deserve death) and of course – a LGBT symbol on his cap thrown in for good measure. Hope you enjoy it! And if you don’t, well…

Thoughts on Leftism, Statism, or do you have a fun cartoon of a Leftist Tyrant of your own you’d like to share? Leave us a comment! Meanwhile, check out our libertarian artists page for our artist interviews and artwork from a variety of different artists in our community! You can also check out Libertopia’s own libertarian cartoons and artwork on our page here, download our 60 page art ebook at Libertopia: Collection One (which is on sale for 99 cents)!

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Libertopia’s Youth Art Contest 2nd Place Winner!

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Libertopia announces the 2nd Place Winner for our 2018 Youth Art Contest! As part of our mission to help encourage liberty in the arts, the team here at libertopia is extremely proud to announce the 2nd Place Winner for the Youth Category (13 and under) of our 2018 Art and Creative Writing Contest (Find the details of the 2018 Contest right here)! 

Houston, age 11 recently sent us his artwork and explains why his entry applies to a positive understanding of liberty, American Southern history, French History and Scottish history by stating the following: “I colored two Confederate flags: the Blood-Stained Banner and the Battle Flag. To me, there is nothing more pro-freedom than fighting for your home and family, and defending them against invasion and federal tyranny. I know that many people don’t appreciate these flags and think that they represent something bad. But if you really, really understand the War, you know that these are symbols for self-determination and against central authority.”

Houston continues, “The Battle Flag is based upon the St. Andrew’s Cross. It is called the Saltire cross and is named after Andrew the Apostle, who was crucified for his faith on a cross of that shape because he said he wasn’t worthy to be killed in the same way as Jesus. As a Christian, I understand that true liberty here and in heaven can only come through faith in our Lord, so this seemed like a good choice. Plus, it’s the flag the infantry carried onto the fields of battle, so it was the flag of the fighting soldiers – just normal men who risked their lives for kith and kin. Some were rich, some were poor, but all believed in keeping government small and close to home. And lots of these brave Southerners were of Scottish ancestry, which is why the flag looks so similar to the Flag of Scotland.

“And the Blood-Stained is cool because it has the Battle Flag in the corner,” Houston notes. “It was actually the official Third National Flag of the Confederate States of America. The red was added to the edge so it wouldn’t look like a flag of surrender and represents the blood spilled in sacrifice to the cause and also to honor Southerners with French heritage. Some say the design was made to have as little blue as possible since that was the color of the Yankees. That’s awesome!”

“My mom says some libertarians called flags ‘sky cloth.’ But I see them as reminders of history and as things with meaning and purpose. They can be good, or they can be bad, or they can be greatly misunderstood. But to me, these flags mean tradition and live and let live, and are resistance against being told what to do by people and politicians who just don’t care about you, your home, your family, or your rights.”

Thanks Houston, nice job! We also agree that standing up for our homes and communities can indeed an admirable thing. For his work, Houston will receive a certificate, icon for display on social media and prize from our libertopia store. Check out the other Youth winner of our 2018 Art Contest here, as well as our adult winner here! Congratulations to all for sharing their talent and unique vision for this contest. It’s always fun to see what people come up with! See you next year! Questions? Comments? Leave one and let us know what you think!

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Silent Sam Artwork Censored by the Left at UNC

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Wait, what?! How in the world is the attempted destruction and censorship of the “Silent Sam” artwork (in the form of a monument located on the UNC campus) be a libertarian issue? And isn’t that statue dedicated to a bunch of racists who fought an illegal and immoral war against Washington D.C.?

Yeah, you get where I’m going with this. Not long ago, a rabid mob of brain-washed Leftist cry-babies (with a second grade public school understanding of history) toppled a monument dedicated to University of Northern Carolina students who defended their homes, families and communities not from slavery (surprise, surprise), but from invasion and the horrific atrocities allowed under a tyrannical regime. But wait, isn’t this a private property issue? Yeah, it would be if this was a monument that some guy had in his front yard. But this is a publicly funded, supposed institute of higher learning we’re talking about here. And even if it wasn’t, we could still question the bad taste of ripping down things that have artistic or cultural merit.

For example, maybe you’ve seen the movie Equilibrium, a pretty cool flick that deals with this very subject. In the movie it’s awful when we see a tyrannical government control human emotions and burn up books, artwork and other items that have the capability to stir the heart and mind. But then when the Left does it in the real-world, it’s now somehow okay? Crazy. But then again, so is a lot of what’s going on. And sometimes if you can’t do much of anything else, you can at least laugh about it.

Also see: 5 Reasons You Might Be WRONG about Confederate Monuments

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Libertopia’s 2018 Youth Art Contest Winner!

Silent Sam, libertarian artist, art contest, 2018, youth winner, science fiction, parody artwork, warhammer 40KLibertopia announces the Winner for our 2018 Youth Art Contest! As part of our mission to help encourage liberty in the arts, the team here at libertopia is extremely proud to announce the winner for the Youth Category (13 and under) of our 2018 Art and Creative Writing Contest (Find the details of the 2018 Contest right here)!

The parody artwork features a character from the popular Warhammer 40K table-top game, and also has the text: “Join the Adeptus Patriotus: Serve your God-Emperor Today!” Below a red, white and blue soldier complete with top hat and blaster shooting fireworks and a large bullet bedecked with a federal flag, the text mentions the benefits of serving as an Adeptus Patriotus, which consists of such things as “Constant, Unreasonable War, Prevention of Heretical 3X5 index card burning (a nod to Tom Woods), aggressing against libertarian heretics and defending the imperium of America.

Silent Sam notes that his inspiration came from the table-top game he enjoys and the figures he likes to paint. He hopes to start a blog soon talking about his hobby. He also enjoys playing xbox 360, reading and sometimes listening to the Tom Woods podcast (which can be found here).

Awesome job! Meanwhile, Silent Sam wins a congratulatory certificate featuring his artwork (which we will mail to him), an icon to use on his blog site and a prize from the libertopia store!

Curious to learn more? Want to get in on the fun? Let us know if you’re an artist or creative who would like to be featured in an interview, or have your artwork displayed on our site! Also, be sure to check out our libertarian artists page for our artist interviews and artwork from a variety of different artists in our community! You can also check out Libertopia’s own artwork page here, download our 60 page art ebook at Libertopia: Collection One (which is on sale for 99 cents) or check out our unique t-shirts, coffee cups and so much more over at the libertopia store!

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Libertopia’s Best Libertarian Fiction for 2018!

J.L. Pattison, The Island, libertarian author, libertarian fiction, award winning, book, authorLibertopia announces the best libertarian fiction for 2018: As part of our mission to help encourage liberty in the arts, the team here at libertopia is extremely proud to announce the winner for the Adult Category of our 2018 Art and Creative Writing Contest (Find the details of the 2018 Contest right here)! After J.L Pattison sent us a copy of The Island, we read it and found it to be the absolute best new fiction with a very pro-liberty message that we’ve read this year!

“…a man given over to evil can only do so much harm by himself. He can set a fire, shoot a gun, even hijack a plane. But a group of men in the form of an organized government can enslave, starve, and murder millions. Just think of how many people would have survived the twentieth century if Josef Stalin was a man without a government”

The above is possibly one of our favorite quotes from Pattison’s The Island, a book that comes in at about 170 pages and makes for a great read for a teen audience. As a more seasoned reader and advanced libertarian/voluntaryist, I found the book to be a well written story that excels at introducing important libertarian ideas to people who might be coming into them for the first time. With a number of compelling characters, the story is exciting and held my interest, and leads to an unexpected and explosive conclusion that will likely stick with you for a while.

So long story short, if you’re into the X-Files, the Twilight Zone, or just love a good political thriller or conspiracy, you’ll want to give The Island a read. But if you have a teen who loves reading and thinking about social issues, this is a high recommend for a cool Christmas gift for them. In the meantime, here’s hoping for a graphic novel adaptation of this story sometime in the future!

The Island: Agent Sherard Parker never expected to get caught.  His first reconnaissance mission with the DEA was supposed to be simple: infiltrate a small South Pacific island and gather intelligence about its involvement in the international drug trade. But when Parker stumbles upon a hidden airliner reportedly shot down weeks earlier—an act of terrorism that sparked a war—he realizes the island is more than just home to a major drug operation, it’s also part of a conspiracy so evil it could lead to World War III. After being captured, Parker is forced to abandon his original mission for a far more important one: escape from the island and return to his family. Can Parker lead an eclectic band of prisoners in a daring life-or-death escape from their tropical prison, or will those in charge of protecting the island prevail, keeping its dark secrets forever?

To order your very own copy of this highly recommended book, please click on The Island. You can also find another review of the book at Booklovers and at Goodreads. Additionally, if you’d like to read more from J.L. Pattison, be sure to check out his blog here. Meanwhile, J.L. wins a congratulatory certificate featuring his book (which we will mail to him), an icon to use on his blog site and a prize from the libertopia store!

Curious to learn more? Want to get in on the fun? Let us know if you’re an artist or creative who would like to be featured in an interview, or have your artwork displayed on our site! Also, be sure to check out our libertarian artists page for our artist interviews and artwork from a variety of different artists in our community! You can also check out Libertopia’s own artwork page here, download our 60 page art ebook at Libertopia: Collection One (which is on sale for 99 cents) or check out our unique t-shirts, coffee cups and so much more over at the libertopia store!

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Do Politicians and Police LOVE the Drug War?

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Wow, seems like most American politicians never met a war they DIDN’T like. Thoughts on the drug war, marijuana legalization, the militarization of police, political hypocrisy or anything else that’s been weighing on your mind? Let us know in the comments! Also check out Libertopia’s own artwork page here (with tons of great libertarian cartoons, memes, infographics and other fun stuff) or check out our unique t-shirts, coffee cups and so much more over at the Libertopia store!

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