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Trevor Loudon - 12/5

Trevor Loudon is a New Zealand author, speaker and political activist who maintains a blog at TrevorLoudon.com, formerly titled New Zeal. He is founder and editor of keywiki.org,[1] a website which compiles dossiers on activists and political figures. Loudon is the author of two self-published books, Barack Obama and the Enemies Within and The Enemies Within: Communists, Socialists and Progressives in the U.S. Congress,[2] which was made into a documentary in 2016 titled the Enemies Within.

He describes himself as "[Believing] in freedom with responsibility, not freedom from responsibility. My ideal society is one in which government is slashed to the bone and people are free to reach their potential." In addition to his libertarian economic views, he is strongly anti-communist; in a 2006 post to his blog he stated "Socialism, is in short a manifestation of mental illness or major character deficiency."[23] He has also stated a belief that communists are responsible for "supplying much of the world's illegal drugs," although he supports drug legalisation (while being personally against drug use).[24] He is a self-described student of the Zenith Applied Philosophy. In 2006 he wrote on his blog "I have studied at Z.A.P. from 1976 to 1982, 1986/7 and 1999 to current. I am enjoying my studies immensely at the moment and plan to continue indefinitely.

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