Thursday, August 29, 2019

US Crimes of the Week

Truthful headlines (and just one week’s worth) offering you more reasons to separate yourselves from The Regime’s madness:

Regime Clown-in-Gown Nullifies Law Outlawing Assistance to Illegal Invaders

So now invading criminals have a “constitutional right” to assist other invading criminals and future invading criminals.

Regime ‘Ready’ to Invade Venezuela

Considering the involvement of the Navy, a starving blockade seems to be the most likely action.

Emperor Can’t Make Up His Mind Whether or Not to Steal Your Guns

This is what happens when an individual has no principles on which to base his decisions.

The “future of the planet” is at stake.

A future, it seems, with billions fewer humans.

He considers it “cruel and unusual punishment” to deny a man the stolen funds necessary to make him into a pseudo-woman.

There just aren’t enough productive humans to loot anymore, so now they’re going after the productive machines.

As these bots become more intelligent, will they then rise up in revolt?

Will there be a Human/Bot alliance to eliminate DC?

Ukraine is now officially a DC colony.

She calls it “economic patriotism.”

Why remain a suffering subject? Why do you need a “US?”

Secession, anyone?

Thursday, August 22, 2019

Quotes of the Week

Enlightened insights taken from the past week’s reading:

"Despite their mantra of limited government, federalism, fidelity to the Constitution, individual freedom, private property, free markets, traditional values, and free enterprise, Republicans and conservatives have no philosophical objection to any government program as long as it is run efficiently, doesn’t waste too many taxpayer dollars, or furthers some right-wing agenda like abstinence education.
Republicans and conservatives are statists just like Democrats and progressives. They all believe that the federal government should take money from some Americans and redistribute it to American (and foreign) individuals, groups, organizations, and businesses—after it is filtered through a massive government bureaucracy—in the form of subsidies, vouchers, loans, EBT cards, grants, and cash payments."
Laurence Vance

"There is one reason the government supremacists always go after weapons in private hands and it has nothing to do with private weapons violence. Power. You will note there are no impassioned clarion calls to disarm the largest existential murderer of all time, government."
Bill Buppert

"Anti-libertarian conservatives confuse libertarianism with the authoritarian 'neoliberalism' embraced by both major parties. This confusion may be why these conservatives blame libertarians for the American middle class’s eroding standard of living. Conservatives are correct to be concerned about the economic challenges facing the average American, but they are mistaken to place the blame on the free market.
The American people are not suffering from an excess of free markets. They suffer from an excess of taxes, regulations, and, especially, fiat money. Therefore, populist conservatives should join libertarians in seeking to eliminate federal regulations, repeal the 16th Amendment, and restore a free-market monetary system."
Ron Paul

"The doctrine of equality and fraternity as a doctrine of liberty, as promoted during the French Revolution and as pushed by the government today, is a myth, a fiction and a self-evident contradiction. It is impossible to have liberty and equality. Yet, the unthinking masses still today accept this as the foundation of American democracy. On the contrary, the concept of human equality is basic to the destruction of human liberty.
Equality is the organism of racism and 'otherism' as promoted by the government. Its purpose is the opposite of human liberty. It is the systematic subversion of human liberty. Further and deeper conclusions are that when we hold two contradictory thoughts such as liberty and equality, the result is double mindedness and unstable thinking (see James 1:8; '... a double-minded man is unstable in all his ways.') leading to greater receptivity to the power of suggestion.
The closer we come to total acceptance of the doctrine of human equality, the closer we come to slavery. In reality, human equality is an impossibility in the real world. As an instrument of government propaganda, it is the perfect organism."
Bob Livingston

"Our lives are too short, too fleeting, too important to spend all of our waking hours engaged in the systematic organization of hatreds, which is as good a working definition of politics as there is. There's ultimately not a lot of wiggle room between Trumpian conservatism, which demands complete reverence for the Donald and includes bolder and bolder threats to stifle free speech along with free trade, and Ocasio-Cortez's Green New Dealism, which explicitly uses the totalist regimentation of all aspects of American life during World War II as its model. If I wanted to deal with politics all the time, I'd move to a totalitarian country already."
Nick Gillespie

"One thing the United States most certainly is not is a democracy.  A democracy requires an informed electorate, and the United States most certainly does not have an informed electorate. The American media, indeed, the entirety of the Western print and TV media, functions as a Propaganda Ministry for Washington and the ruling oligarchies.  The explanations are controlled to serve the agendas of the ruling elites.  The persecution and torture of Julian Assange proves conclusively that the First Amendment is a dead-letter Amendment.
The vaunted rule of law in the Great American Democracy is a dead-letter rule of law.  Since the Clinton regime America has had four criminal regimes in a row, the presidents and high officials of which are more guilty of war crimes than the German National Socialists who were tried at Nuremberg on ex post facto grounds in order to distract from the war crimes of the victorious allies."
Paul Craig Roberts

"Today, any school principal permitting rifles clubs or allowing rifles on school grounds would be fired, possibly imprisoned. Here’s my question: Have .30-30 caliber Winchesters and .22 caliber rifles changed to become more violent? If indeed rifles have become more violent, what can be done to pacify them? Will rifle psychiatric counseling help to stop these weapons from committing gun violence? You say: 'Williams, that’s lunacy! Guns are inanimate objects and as such cannot act.' You’re right. Only people can act. That means that we ought to abandon the phrase 'gun violence' because guns cannot act and hence cannot be violent."
Walter Williams

"Our country’s taxpayers of all sizes, shapes, stripes, races, and origins have already paid reparations. They’ve been paying them ever since the War on Poverty began, ever since 1964, ever since Medicare, ever since Food Stamps, ever since Medicaid, ever since public housing, and ever since a host of other federal programs. Estimates of the amounts of wealth transferred range from $15 to $22 trillion. 
They weren’t called reparations. They were sold as erasing poverty. In time, their vast negative effects and failures became evident.
Any new programs sold as reparations will only have the same kinds of vastly negative effects as their past equivalents have already had."
Michael Rozeff

"Historically, when any empire finds itself on the ropes, the political class does all it can to prolong the party, extending their power and emoluments a bit longer. This always occurs in a period where the system has been drained by years of extensive warfare and debt. At such times, the system begins to break down in most all areas and the electorate becomes aware that an ill wind is blowing. This is commonly felt more than understood, and the average voter develops a gut feeling that something is badly wrong, even though he may be unable to define it.
At such a time, he fervently needs reassurance that 'it will all be okay.' And, since his understanding of the problems is limited, he relies more on rhetoric than on substance."
Jeff Thomas

"Those who cheer the banning of 'hate speech' (AKA, anything that makes one feel uncomfortable or the need to feel morally superior) are also the same types who would’ve in the past -- ironically enough, given our modern moral pulpit’s (apparent) distaste for religious dogma -- shunned people out of society for blasphemy, heresy, and apostasy. 
Today’s secular church doesn’t care what you look like -- so long as you become a sounding board for its 3,333 ever-shifting commandments. 
If not? 
The digital mob will try to alienate you from society by doxxing you, harassing your employer, or via public humiliation.
No matter how you shake it, this isn’t a very good long-term strategy, either. 
There’s a long-held axiom of war that goes something like this: 
The weapons I use on my enemy today will be used on me with equal or increased intensity tomorrow."
Chris Campbell

"The limitation of tyrants is the endurance of those they oppose."
Frederick Douglass

US Crimes of the Week

Truthful headlines (and just one week’s worth) offering you more reasons to separate yourselves from The Regime’s madness:

Regime Bullying Gibraltar About Seized Iranian Oil Tanker

They’re butt hurt that Gibraltar released the tanker from Regime and British pirates.

And it looks like they’re working to steal that same tanker again!

Regime Joins ‘Talks’ with Terrorist ‘Allies’

They want to make sure they’re all on the same page as to how to destroy Iran.

Regime’s Spy Agency Coming for Your Children

How much longer before these Stasi SOB’s offer courses in the schools?

And if it isn’t “reauthorized,” they’ll probably just operate it, anyway.

In other words, screw them like The Regime screws everyone else. She calls this “empowerment.”

If you truly want to “empower” these people you give the tribes title to their land to be truly free and independent.

It’s white people’s fault (and therefore “white supremacy”) that black women don’t take care of their health and their kids take on too much debt…

Remaining enslaved and occupied by DC means forced participation in a Regime-led race war.

And it’s your children she wants to do the fighting and dying.

The DC Beast will resist any minute reduction of their looting and redistribution of wealth.

The only ones left are in a Kurd operated detention camp.

All done in the name of “health.”

He does this while, at the same time, describing Regime presence in this country as “ridiculous.”

They call it “unconventional warfare.” It’s also the perfect situation to execute a false flag event.

They claim there are “benefits” for volunteering your discomfort. Will our overlords allow us to run a fan to help dry off the sweat?

This is just another obvious push by the human hating, plant hating Climate Cult to take man back to the prehistoric slime.

That’s the only way they can hope to attain their demonic goal of “equality.”

Why remain a suffering subject? Why do you need a “US?”

Secession, anyone?

Sunday, August 18, 2019

Quotes of the Week

Enlightened insights taken from the past week’s reading:

"Antifa’s absolutism brings to mind Finley Peter Dunne’s definition of a fanatic as 'someone who does what the Lord would do if He knew the facts of the case.' Antifa and any other group should be allowed to publicly denounce President Trump as a fascist, tyrant, or serial golf score cheater.  But if the entire nation becomes like Portland, tacitly permitting masked Antifa attackers to maim who they please, American democracy is doomed."
James Bovard

"The War on Drugs is unwinnable because you can't defeat a desire. And that is just what the pharmaceuticals are counting on: your desire for a cure. And the only group legally allowed to tell you they have a cure for any disease is Big Pharma. 
An unwinnable war results in never-ending profits. No one ever evaluates the success or failure of this 'war' and the propaganda machine that pumps out scientific research paid for by the manufacturers and feeds the results to the media mouthpieces. They dutifully 'inform' the public of all the new diseases created out of convenience, and all the drug cures that Big Pharma so happens to have developed. Anyone who questions the validity of the narrative is deemed insane, a 'quack'."
Bob Livingston

"You will not hear the mainstream media or even much of the alternative media talk about the real solutions to elitist criminality or government corruption. You won't hear about these solutions because they are hard; they require struggle and sacrifice. Voting is easy, which is why it does not work. Legislation is easy, which is why it does not work. And, protesting with signs on a street corner is easy, and it might spread the word on an issue, but ultimately it does not work. The corruption remains.
There are two options left; walk away peacefully from the system and build one that works on your own or with others of like mind. If you are successful, then expect the corrupt system and the elites behind it to try and stop you. When this happens, the only option left is to fight back and remove the threat.  This is where we are inevitably headed, not because we want it, but because they will force the issue."
Brandon Smith

"If Big Tech and Big Government jointly establish speech rules, it goes against the First Amendment. What else happens? It freezes out the new competitors or potential competitors, because they are forced into adopting the new 'industry' rules and standards. Their comparative advantage in hosting wild and woolly free speech disappears. They can’t attract their clienteles. Big Tech becomes a government-born cartel or monopoly.
Big Tech is NOT at present a monopoly, because anyone can start a new social media platform. It’s already happening. Conservatives, stop! Look! Listen! Do not again do the wrong thing by falling into the big government trap."
Michael Rozeff

"As the drunkard cannot see beyond the next drink… democracy cannot see past the next election."
Brian Maher

"The CIA – along with the NSA, the DEA, and a bunch of others – should be abolished, because the CIA has become an actual Praetorian guard. It’s become a government within a government. They have their own armed forces, they have their own sources of income. You can go rogue within the CIA, and if you’re powerful enough or clever enough you can basically do what you want because you’re an armed government agent that’s a member of a very powerful group.
These people are completely out of control. And they have a powerful propaganda machine that works around the clock to convince ignorant and paranoid Boobus americanus that they’re actually good guys, working for his interests against the rest of the world."
Doug Casey

"We should reject any restriction on free speech. We might ask ourselves, 'What’s the true test of one’s commitment to free speech?' It does not come when people permit others to say or publish ideas with which they agree. The true test of one’s commitment to free speech comes when others are permitted to say and publish ideas they deem offensive.
The test for one’s commitment to freedom of association is similar. Christian Americans have been hounded for their refusal to cater same-sex weddings. For those who support such attacks, we might ask them whether they would seek prosecution of the owner of a Jewish delicatessen who refused to provide services for a neo-Nazi affair. Should a black catering company be forced to cater a Ku Klux Klan affair? Should the NAACP be forced to open its membership to racist skinheads? Should the Congressional Black Caucus be forced to open its membership to white members of Congress? The true test of a person’s commitment to freedom of association does not come when he permits people to associate in ways he finds acceptable. It comes when he permits people to voluntarily associate in ways he deems offensive."
Walter Williams

"'Truth' is essential to the economic means in order that the parties have precision in the property interests being exchanged, as well as other terms of the contract. Because political activity is grounded in lies, exaggerations, deceptions, and corrupt practices, truth is largely an irrelevant factor. To the politically driven in a thoroughly politicized world, a lie is as good as the truth as long as people believe it!
Given the inherent dishonesty that is the nature of all political systems, the state is constantly engaged in protecting its secrets from being disclosed to the world. Documents or other information are routinely 'classified' in varying levels of secrecy, largely to protect the state from being embarrassed by the public being made aware of its criminal, unethical, or other untoward acts. This is why Julian Assange, Chelsea Manning, Ed Snowden, and the Wikileaks organization – persons I refer to as Aletheians, after Aletheia the Greek goddess of truth – are enemies of the state and must be destroyed. In silencing such persons, the state further weakens what little credibility it enjoys with a public that remains attached to the sentiment that the world should make sense, as judged by the standard of truth."
Butler Shaffer

"Egalitarianism under the best circumstances becomes hypocrisy; if sincerely accepted and believed in, its menace is greater. Then all actual inequalities appear without exception to be unjust, immoral, intolerable. Hatred, unhappiness, tension, a general maladjustment is the result. The situation is even worse when brutal efforts are made to establish equality through a process of artificial leveling ('social engineering') which can only be done by force, restrictions, or terror, and the outcome is a complete loss of liberty."
Erik von Kuehnelt-Leddihn

"It’s no small feat to recognize that freedom is not something granted to the individual from somewhere up above.
But something for which it requires the individual to consciously accept responsibility.
And to own completely his or her own massive power as a free individual.
Because the REAL truth is…
We are already free.
And nothing, not even tyranny, is more gut-wrenchingly horrifying than that."
Chris Campbell

"Kill one man, and you are a murderer. Kill millions of men, and you are a conqueror. Kill them all, and you are a god."
Jean Rostand

"Whatever privileges of regulation and subsidy and patent protection and business contracts that the Big Tech giants currently have, these should be removed. Their presence doesn’t justify further intrusion of government, which denies the property rights of everyone.
And the government construction of 'civil' rights also doesn’t justify extending them into new areas of regulation and thereby destroying rights and creating privileges."
Michael Rozeff

"To do any legitimate study of U.S. aggression would take one back to the very beginning, but the past 120 years have seen the continued slaughter of innocents as a normality of the American way of life. I say this because the masses have for the most part supported this indiscriminate killing, and lauded those responsible for the carnage. There were of course dissenters from this norm, but in the end, they were mostly marginalized or worse. Those who do not tow the line of the military today are in many cases ridiculed. And given that every major event, especially sporting events, display 300 foot U.S. flags, military jets, and military personnel ad nauseam, including the recent presidential spectacle, a parade dubbed the 'military show of a lifetime,' the devotion shown by the spectators is nothing less than unadulterated worship."
Gary D Barnett

"Unthinking respect for authority is the greatest enemy of truth."
Albert Einstein

"Those who learn don’t seek to rule. Those who seek to rule don’t learn."
Jeff Thomas

Thursday, August 15, 2019

US Crimes of the Week

Truthful headlines (and just one week’s worth) offering you more reasons to separate yourselves from The Regime’s madness:

And it turns out that such large groups are used as a tactic to more successfully traffic these criminals.

The media categorizes this as “apprehensions.” But since nearly all “apprehended” invaders are eventually released, you can consider nearly all of them as invading criminals we’ll have to deal with and pay for, for years into the future!

“Deal with, what,” you ask?

More murder. More dead fathers. More terrorists. 

More violence- from both invaders and their collaborators.

More rape.

And now DC has come up with a new version of “catch and release.”

One Regime gangster’s response is to take money from wall building and piss it away on fighting violent guns (that apparently aim and fire themselves) and the evil white people that own them.

You just don’t know it yet. You have some “healing work” ahead of you…

Your DC Demons are now officially declaring there is no longer any such designation as “husband” and “wife.”

“We don’t like your leader, so we’re going to starve you.”

You’re being ruled by Yankee “royalty.”

You better not owe them any money.

Not only is “one man’s terrorist another man’s freedom fighter,” but to deranged DC, they can be both! It’s just a matter of how you control the narrative.

The Space Farce is ever closer to becoming a sad reality.

…and all his secrets die with him.

They blame their incompetence on “irregularities.”

And the criminal elites love it.

Some animals (as determined by your DC overlords) are designated as “service” critters and allowed to walk (and defecate) anywhere they want.

And if you object, you’ll be considered intolerant and hateful…

They got their butts kicked in this war, so they're hoping for better results with this new tech in future wars of empire.

Records for spending and deficits are now be exceeded on a regular basis.

Why remain a suffering subject? Why do you need a “US?”

Secession, anyone?

Tuesday, August 13, 2019

How Texas Can Avoid the ‘California Sunset’

In Episode 3, Stefan Molyneux interviews a California politician who explains how his state opened their doors to invasion and are now paying the costs- financially, socially, and politically.

People tend to believe that secession will cause a civil war when the exact opposite is true. If political separation (including Texas independence) does not happen, there will most definitely be a civil war.

Sunday, August 11, 2019

Quotes of the Week

Enlightened insights taken from the past week’s reading:

"It isn’t time for red flag laws. It isn’t time for raising the age to buy a weapon. The time has come for you to purchase a weapon and start taking responsibility for your own life.
The American government is not your babysitter. It’s not your mommy. The American government exists to protect your liberty. Outside of creating a police state, it lacks the ability to protect from the actions of a sick individual with murder on his mind.
Nobody is coming to save you. Nobody is coming to help you. Even those who aren’t trying to gain power and legitimately are trying to help can’t. You are responsible to protect yourself and your loved ones.
The hatred that lies in the hearts of men is not destroyed in the halls of Congress. Evil comes in many forms, and far too often we search for answers in places they can never be found. A new government 'war on hate' won’t change a single person’s heart. Whether evil uses white supremacy or Antifa to justify its need for blood, the need remains just the same.
Killers are still out there. They’re everywhere. Take responsibility for your own protection. If you truly desire to be safe, then pick up a weapon, train with it, and make yourself so."
Jesse Kelly

"I have no easy answers for America’s mass shooting epidemic, and as an Australian I see the gun control debate as outside my sovereign territory. I will simply suggest, as I so often do, that if Americans really want to address the problem then the best place to start is to do the first ever honest and in-depth study on the effects of domestic propaganda on the American mind, particularly war propaganda. There are only so many times a certain type of mind can be told violence-glorifying lies before it snaps; if anyone researches mass shootings in the light of the constant psychological abuse that Americans suffer at the hands of their mass media, I guarantee they’ll find a connection. Americans are the most propagandized people on earth because of their proximity to the most strategically crucial part of the empire; it’s not a coincidence that they’re also by far the most prone to mass shootings."
Caitlin Johnstone

"Gradually it was disclosed to me that the line separating good and evil passes not through states, nor between classes, nor between political parties either -- but right through every human heart -- and through all human hearts. This line shifts. Inside us, it oscillates with the years. And even within hearts overwhelmed by evil, one small bridgehead of good is retained. And even in the best of all hearts, there remains ... an un-uprooted small corner of evil. 

Since then I have come to understand the truth of all the religions of the world: They struggle with the evil inside a human being (inside every human being). It is impossible to expel evil from the world in its entirety, but it is possible to constrict it within each person."
Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn

"Capitol Hill has become one vast congressional clip-joint, where members 'service' their constituents the way a second-story man 'services' a luxury condo. This lies at the root of every economic ill plaguing the country — Wall Street big bank bailouts, crony corporatism, Obamacare malfeasance, the eminent bankruptcy of Social Security and other entitlements, massive foreign trade imbalance and domestic sovereign national debt, Pentagon plunder — the list could go on and on.
Because of this thievery, your income is 60 percent of what it should be. The other 40 percent is forcibly taken by politicians and given to tax-consuming special interests. The parasitical profiteers return some of the ill-gotten gains to their benefactors in the form of campaign contributions, gifts or fees.
Here is how the ruse works in detail: Politicians allocate (steal) taxpayer funds for programs under the guise of alleviating the plight of the poor, the homeless, the sick, the elderly and the unemployed, and serving the 'public interest' or 'national security.' Yet it is not the mother’s milk of human kindness and compassion which lubricates the intricate gears of political machinery. It is the snake oil of expediency.
The bureaucrats who administer this flim-flam provide taxpayer funds to political advocacy groups through massive grants and contracts, ostensibly intended to fulfill program objectives. However, much of the money received by the special interests is used to lobby, campaign and organize support for the mandarins to manage, additional funding for existing programs, and the re-election of their shills who favor the appropriations which play politics with human misery."
Charles Burris

"In these dizzying days of political correctness a company can get embroiled in a cultural imbroglio without even trying. In 2012, for example, Jack Phillips, the proud owner of Masterpiece Cakeshop in Lakewood Colorado, refused to make a wedding cake for a gay couple over his religious convictions. The couple sued and the case went all the way to the Supreme Court. Phillips was eventually found within his rights to refuse the request on the basis of the freedom of expression. That is a far cry, however, from a Fortune 500 company that actively dumps its 'personal beliefs' on the political landscape.
For better or for worse, corporations today have come to dominate nearly every aspect of our waking hours, to the point that it is nearly impossible to imagine performing the simplest tasks without them. Now it seems these monstrosities have become confident enough in their economic and political power that they can lecture consumers on modern issues now dividing the nation. That approach seems to have very little in common with the spirit of capitalism, itself a complicated and controversial project, without the need for gratuitous virtue signaling that exasperates so many people.
Considering everything that is at stake, it would seem far more expedient for corporations to stick to the capitalist credo of making a profit and distance themselves from the cultural battles now raging across the land. Nothing less than the very survival of American democracy, which provides the groundwork for free markets and capitalism, is at stake."
Robert Bridge

"Today the principle purpose of the US criminal justice (sic) system is to cut down our rights in order to secure convictions.  The practice has been so corrupting that today the US government routinely violates law, both its own and international, in pursuit of material interests. It is inconceivable to the neoconservatives that mere law should stand in the way of American hegemony or in the way of torture that can produce a false confession that serves some government purpose.  It is no longer possible to speak of American diplomacy as Washington relies entirely on threats, coercion, and controlled explanations."
Paul Craig Roberts

"Americans don’t need to ask what they can do for their country because they don’t owe their government anything. How could Americans possibly owe anything to a government that robs them of their income and wealth, fines and imprisons them for committing victimless crimes, spies on them, regulates every area of their lives, and violates their natural rights and civil liberties?"
Laurence Vance

"Government is the problem.  Too much, too unrestrained, too greedy for war, too self-interested and stupid to be taken seriously.  This simple timeless truth is the sad flaw in the progressive and socialist movement.  The very government they’d like to be bigger, more involved in just distribution of whatever people deserve, desire and demand, more maternal, paternal and dominant – isn’t holding up its end of the bargain.  It’s not proving itself capable of actually killing and eating the 'rich' and it is constantly proving its capability to kill and consume the poor.
The news reporting on all of this – even as it leans 95% towards the socialist and progressive left – still can’t avoid all the facts, and reality doesn’t bode well for American socialism.  Be it pop, plastic, planetary propaganda, prenatal policy or petroleum – our American socialist mouthpieces are like adorable little fluffy puppies – yipping and squealing, digging pointless holes, and chasing their tails."
Karen Kwiatkowski

"Worried about monopoly and being shut out of access to everyone on the internet? Don’t be! Think of the profit opportunity in running a free speech platform. It doesn’t cost that much to build up such a business and to attract customers who’ve been taken off of the Big Tech platforms. The right to start such a business is the flip side of the right of Facebook to turn away users and regulate its content. The government has no business in censoring us. Its only proper business is protecting our property rights, those of Facebook and those of entrepreneurs building new platforms."
Michael Rozeff

"When it comes to Washington’s never-ending war on terror, I think I can say with reasonable confidence that, in the past, the present, and the future, the one phrase you’re not likely to find in such media coverage will be 'American aggression.'
So here’s the strange thing, on a planet on which, in 2017, U.S. Special Operations forces deployed to 149 countries, or approximately 75% of all nations; on which the U.S. has perhaps 800 military garrisons outside its own territory; on which the U.S. Navy patrols most of its oceans and seas; on which U.S. unmanned aerial drones conduct assassination strikes across a surprising range of countries; and on which the U.S. has been fighting wars, as well as more minor conflicts, for years on end from Afghanistan to Libya, Syria to Yemen, Iraq to Niger in a century in which it chose to launch full-scale invasions of two countries (Afghanistan and Iraq), is it truly reasonable never to identify the U.S. as an ‘aggressor’ anywhere?"
Tom Engelhardt

"As a weapons owner in America, you are a negro living in the politically violent Democrat-dominated south at the turn of the twentieth century and that is quickly metastasizing into a variant of the Jew [Slav, homosexual, gypsy, on and on] in National Socialist Germany or a Ukrainian farmer in the 1930s USSR. You are being targeted for wishing to peacefully practice the most fundamental right in human volition, armed self defense."
Bill Buppert

"Antifa is a savage bash.  Nothing deeper.  Rage against 'fascism' is just an excuse.  The media gives them coverage, foams at the mouth, and that makes it even more fun.  They watch themselves on TV and feel accomplishment: 'Hey, that’s us!'
Is Antifa dangerous to society?  Yes.  Because behind the scenes, unknown to the Antifa protesters, are the organizers.  The operatives, who put up the Antifa web pages.  Who schedule events.  Create slogans.  Show up at protests with a van full of black masks and printed banners and signs.
They are hard core socialists, and they don’t want the party goers to understand what fascism is.  In fact, the more ignorant they are, the better.  It keeps things malleable.  The organizers can change what 'fascism' means, whenever they want.  The fascist can be Joe Biden.  Or Trump.  Or the idea of America, itself."
Chas Holloway

"New slanders and name-calling emerge on a daily basis from the collectivist thesaurus: to the charge of 'white supremacist' has been added 'white privilege,' 'toxic masculinity,' 'toxic whiteness,' and 'individualism;' the latter presumably arising from a preference for the power-hungry to divide the human species into separate ego-identity groupings. Those who desire to protect themselves, their children, and grandchildren from the collective insanity of the modern culture, can walk away from the collective mindset and rediscover the only setting in which peaceful, creative thinking – and with it, civilized society – can ever occur: the energized individual mind!"
Butler Shaffer

"You know what kind of people want you to focus on emotion? Salesmen, con artists, cult leaders, and demagogues."
Jim Geraghty

"To find out who rules over you, simply find out who you are not allowed to criticize."

Thursday, August 8, 2019

US Crimes of the Week

Truthful headlines (and just one week’s worth) offering you more reasons to separate yourselves from The Regime’s madness:

500 of them invade Texas in just two days and 225 in just one morning.

Tens of thousands of them are let loose until their “hearings” which are scheduled years from now. Yea, right, they’ll show up…

Just how many of these “family members” are fake?

Changing diapers is now the priority over defending the border against invading parasites.

Here are some who didn’t make it very far. Distribute these images far and wide south of the border as a warning.

They still use the discredited CIA term, “conspiracy theories.”

They apparently are very susceptible to “Internet radicalization.”

You just can’t make this stuff up.

He’s going to protect the “civil rights” of starving people by starving them even more.

He blames the Chinese for selling drugs to stupid Americans who then misuse them and kill themselves.

I suppose if the Chinese sold Americans hand guns which they then stuck in their mouths and pulled the triggers…it would be the Chinese’s fault.

Such actions only creates enemies.

A now they’re considering going directly after Chinese leaders! 

Imagine if the Chinese created sanctions directly against the Regime Gangsters who inhabit DC. The nukes would quickly be airborne.

They just won’t admit to a poisoning they didn’t commit.

Such robbery is acceptable because they belong to a protected class called “farmers.”

The only action left after that is an invasion.

It’s also 23% over budget and despite being brand new, it already needs “upgrades.”

The DC Demons are always coming up with new toys to use to oppress you.

Typical statist logic- Disarmed people cannot defend themselves in a shooting, so their “solution” is to disarm them even more!

But will that stop the “Manchurian White Supremacists?”

And even though they will be pointed at China, he doesn’t think China will mind…

They’re just looking for “relevant information.”

Creepy Uncle Joe claims, “the Second Amendment doesn’t say you can’t restrict the kinds of weapon people can own.”

The Piece of Paper says, “the right of the people to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed.”

Apparently, Creepy Uncle Joe’s reading comprehension is severely lacking.

Expect an increase in this kind of violent, religious fanaticism in the future as the resistance to their DC Deity grows.

Why remain a suffering subject? Why do you need a “US?”

Secession, anyone?