The Outlaw was established in 2012 to encourage any and all pertinent information to flow freely, and to be easily accessible to everyone.
It’s main focus being revising many of the ‘accepted truths‘ of past events that have been written into the history books mainly unchallenged, and also to highlight many of the important issues that European and American people face each and every day – issues which are purposely suppressed and/or watered-down by the various agencies who stand to lose either financially or professionally from their full disclosure.
Those agencies, which include the mass media, the establishment, mainstream historians and scientists, as well as incumbent governments, do not serve the people in any way, and until that day happens, it will remain this sites primary objective to try and bring a level of awareness in a free and open format – without fear or favour.
The Outlaw is 100% independent, and will continue to operate for as long as is humanly possible without intrusive advertisements, although it may consider sponsorship at some point, but only due to any unforeseen financial constraints that may arise in the future.
“The difference between a criminal and an outlaw is that while criminals frequently are victims, outlaws never are. indeed, the first step towards becoming a true outlaw is the refusal to be victimised. All people who live subject to other people’s laws are victims. people who break laws out of greed, frustration, or vengeance are victims. People who overturn laws in order to replace them with their own laws are victims. (I am speaking here of revolutionaries) We outlaws, however, live beyond the law. We don’t merely beyond the letter of the law – many businessmen, most politicians, and all cops do that – we live beyond the spirit of the law. In a sense then, we live beyond society. have we a common goal, that goal is to turn the tables on the ‘nature’ of society. When we succeed, we raise the exhilaration content of the universe. We even raise it a little bit when we fail.
When war turns whole populations into sleepwalkers, outlaws don’t join forces with alarm clocks. outlaws, like poets, rearrange the nightmare.
The trite mythos of the outlaw; the self-conscious romanticism of the outlaw; the black wardrobe of the outlaw; the fey smile of the outlaw; the tequila of the outlaw and the beans of the outlaw; respectable men sneer and say ‘outlaw’, young women palpitate and say ‘outlaw’. The outlaw boat sails against the flow; all outlaws are photogenic. ‘When freedom is outlawed, only outlaws will be free.’ There are outlaw maps that lead to outlaw treasures. unwilling to wait for mankind to improve, the outlaw lives as if that day were already here.
Outlaws are can openers in the supermarket of life.” – Tom Robbins