How do you deflect the attention from the real problem? Blame the non problem.
What’s the first rule of a government coup: Get control of the means of communication.
If we wanted you to see us we’d turn on the light.
If you want your money, you can keep your money.
The NRA leadership would rather compromise with congress. Join Gun Owners of America, the no compromise gun rights organization.
…..We no longer live in a country where the rule of law reigns supreme. The federal and state legislatures write “laws” that are “fill in the blank” carpets. Our politicians are too lazy to address. Bureaucracy is delegated the task of filling in those blanks as they see fit. With few exceptions, the courts uphold the regulations imposed by that bureaucracy. The courts are, at best, inconsistant in their judgements regarding the regulations that are brought before them. When a law is clearly laid before them it only takes a reinterpretation of a word or phrase within that law, or of the law itself, to provide a judgement desired. This is clearly seen by reading the Constitution of the United States including the Bill of Rights. The progressive culture of the United States government has made it so.
…The police forces no longer serve and protect the communities in which they dwell. They are now “Law enforcement” officers tasked with carrying out the demands of the bureaucracies that sign their pay checks. In order to continue receiving those pay checks the individual officers, daily, must make a choice of whom they serve. At every turn they are made aware that there are two sides to the thin blue line. The “right side and the wrong side”. Especially in the larger communities, they no longer know the people on the street. And, even when they do, they are told and taught that every man, woman and child has a gun or a knife or a club or what have you and will gladly end their life. The progressive culture of the United States government has made it so.
…The government reinforces the separation between the cop on the beat and the man on the street by making available equipment of war and training for the same at little or no cost. It further separates the policeman from the civilian by making it worthwhile for the police forces to sieze the assets of anyone that comes to their attention. No criminal charges are necessary. Only that a suspicion of wrong doing be present. The police do not even need to have correctly cited a law to warrant an action taken. Yet the civilian is held to a higher standard. The civilian must know the law, every law and regulation or risk ruin and internment. The progressive culture of the United States government has made it so.
…Murder of anyone is a waste of life and resource and is wrong. Whether the violator is a civilian, a policeman, a bureaucrat or a politician. Killing on the other hand may be necessary to protect oneself, ones property or other individuals from agression. The agressor may be a civilian, a policeman, a bureaucrat or a politician. Unfortunately, in this day and age to be an agressor policeman, bureaucrat or politician is to be an angel for good regardless of the circumstance. The good of the state, of course. The progressive culture of the United States government has made it so.
…The only advantage that the people of the United States currently maintain is of being armed for our self protection. Even that may not be enough. Should the time ever arise that our government, through their police forces, decide that they must agress against us we must have the fortitude to counter those forces with our own. For the time being each of us must remain vigilant and prepared. We must hope that somehow the forward motion of the train that is our government can be derailed and allow them to see the light and the error of their ways. In the mean time keep your powder dry.
…………The progressive culture of the United States government has made it so.
See page 78 of U.S. report for 2011 Over 13.5 million hunters in 2011.
………..Republicans made major gains. Woopdee do.
…Yesterday I voted republican. I had to hold my nose to do it.
…So now the republicans hold the senate and the house. But, does it matter?
…Immediately I read that the republican majority wants to work with the president. I didn’t vote for republicans so that they could work with the president. I voted for republicans so that they could stop the president; so that they could reverse the effects of a democrat controlled house that passed mandatory health care. I voted republican so that they could cut off the funding to the executive branch of MY government. I voted republican in hopes that a republican majority would rein in the supreme court.
…The question is often asked by polling organizations whether MY government is going in the right direction. I must always answer that question with a no.
…My national government seems to think that I want them to take care of the paupers, vagabonds and criminals. I don’t.
…MY local, state and national governments created the conditions that made the paupers, vagabonds and criminals; the war on poverty, the war on drugs, the war on guns and the war on the very people that were providing the solutions to the our everyday problems.
…My national government seems to think that I want them to send my sons and daughters to foreign countries to be captured and killed by the bad guy du jour. I don’t.
…MY sons and daughters must be taught, by ME, to take care of themselves, to support themselves, to provide for themselves the life sustaining ingredients. MY sons and daughters must be taught by ME the responsibility to defend themselves against all enemies, foreign and domestic.
…My national government seems to think that I care what happens to the people of other countries. I don’t.
…Before I can care about others I must first be satisfied that I and MINE are being supported properly. This is not the responsibility of MY government. This is MY responsibility. But, I can not properly care for MYSELF and MINE while MY government picks MY pocket and gives MY property to someone, anyone, else.
…The responsibility to determine the direction other countries take lies with the people of that country. Not with the government or the people of the United States. The people of every other country must be responsible for themselves and their government.
…Now that the you, as a republican, hold majorities in the house and the senate and if you want to continue to hold those majorities, don’t squander the capital that has been given to you.
… The mistake always made by the majority party is thinking that they know best how I want MY country to be run.
…1)..Repeal the Affordable Health Care Act. It is anything but affordable and will do more harm than good.
…2) Repeal the war on poverty. It is making more people poor.
…3) Repeal the war on drugs. This war has cost over a trillion dollars and the drug problem is as bad or worse every year.
…4) Stop ALL immigration into the United States. Refuse all support for any cities or states that harbor or turn a blind eye to illegal immigrants.
…5) Cut all funds to the EPA, FDA, DEA, ATF, HUD, ICE, DHS, Dept of Education, BLM, Dept of the Interior, etc. These and many more departments and agencies waste the hard earned money of I and MY fellow americans.
…6) Cut all funds and cancel any programs that supply military grade equipment to local law enforcement organizations. Furthermore, recall all equipment currently in the hands of local law enforcement organizations.
…7) Cut all funding and support of any kind to the United Nations. The goal of this organization, and others like it, is the utter destruction of the United States.
…8) Reduce the national government payroll by 50%. Nearly 30 million bureaucrats of the local, state and national government work every day to destroy the creativity and wealth building potential of the people of the United States.
…9) Repeal all trade agreements with other countries of the world.
…I could go on, but the primary point is: If you, as republicans, want to hold on to your majorities show, by your actions, that you understand that I, and the people of the United States, are capable of controlling our own lives.
I don’t remember where I found this. It did not originate with me. None the less…
“History is written by the victors” Winston Churchill
In a gunfight, the most important rule is ….. HAVE A GUN!!!
This is shooting advice from various Concealed Carry Instructors. If you own a gun, you will appreciate these rules… If not, you should get one and learn how to use it and learn the rules:
1: Guns have only two enemies: rust and politicians. 2: Its always better to be judged by 12 than carried by 6. 3: Cops carry guns to protect themselves, not you.
4: Never let someone or something that threatens you get inside arms length. 5: Never say, “I’ve got a gun.” If you need to use deadly force,
the first sound they hear should be the safety clicking off. 6: The average response time of a 911 call is 23 minutes; the response time of a .357 is 1400 feet per second.
7: The most important rule in a gunfight is:
Always win – there is no such thing as a fair fight. Always win – cheat if necessary.
8: Make your attacker advance through a wall of bullets. You may get killed with your own gun, but he’ll have to beat you to death with it, because it will be empty.
9: When you’re in a gun fight: If you’re not shooting, you should be loading.
If you’re not loading, you should be moving. If you’re not moving, you’re dead.
10: In a life and death situation, do something. It may be wrong, but do something!
11: If you carry a gun, people call you paranoid. Nonsense! If you have a gun, what do you have to be paranoid about?
12: You can say ‘stop’ or any other word, but a large bore muzzle pointed at someone’s head is pretty much a universal language; and, you won’t have to press 1 for Spanish or 2 for Chinese or 3 for Arabic.
13: Never leave an enemy behind. If you have to shoot, shoot to kill. In court, yours will be the only testimony.
14: You cannot save the planet, but you may be able to save yourself and your family. “Peace is that brief glorious moment in history, when everybody stands around reloading.”
- Boys don’t need to hear about decline. What they need to hear about are enemies to fight.
- You must raise your boy with an eye on his future prize: love and loyalty from beautiful women. This means cultivating in him an appreciation of sex differences and a focus on exploiting his native talents. Admiration from men will follow.
- His father will be tempted to correct his weaknesses. This is misplaced help. Dad should direct his energy to maximizing his son’s strengths.
- Give your son room to grow into a man. Let him take risks and flirt with danger.
- Your son will learn how to successfully deal with women by observing his father deal with his mother. The best thing Dad can do for his son is game his Mom.
- When your son is a teenager, introduce him to weightlifting and men’s fashion.
- Your son will not want to “share his feelings” with you or Dad. If you want to know what’s on his mind, tell a story lesson from your life. He will subconsciously ingest your story and relate it to his own problems.
- Do whatever you can to assure your son attends majority (80%+) white schools. Your son’s life of learning is not a safari.
- Mock feminism and equalism at the dinner table. By age 8, your son should be ready for irritating truths. By age 15, for the ugliest truths.
- Your son isn’t a programmable entity or a projection of your need for usefulness. Don’t schedule his life by Google calendar. If you’re shuttling him to events or clubs more than twice a week, cut back. He needs those days where he explores on his own and returns home caked in dirt.
- Encourage his boyness. Buy him construction sets, toy guns, model planes, sports equipment, natural science books, and, when he’s older, the CH bestseller.
- Never humiliate his father in front of him. You may find it satisfying, but you’re doing your boy a disservice.
- Teach him to throw a punch, and take a punch. If Dad can’t do it, find a male relative who can.
- Buy him an electric guitar for his eighth birthday. He may not have musical ability, but it’s worth finding out.
- Teach him to hunt, not just animals, but also humans. This is the darkest of my advice, but it’s invaluable. He should know what it feels like to be aggressive, to initiate conflict. Not necessarily physical conflict; verbal conflict mastery is more useful. His confidence as a man-to-be will grow along with his facility at managing social interactions, joshing with other boys, and teasing rivals.
- Avoid criticism in favor of demonstration. When he makes a mistake, the urge to criticize will be strong. Better to channel that emotion into helpful suggestions. Preserve your boy’s honor and he’ll reward you with redoubled efforts to please you.
- Keep a close eye on your son’s school curriculum. Don’t be afraid to confront school administrators and teachers if they start stuffing absurd shitlibbery into his impressionable mind.
- If you are atheist or agnostic, swallow your pride and ensconce him in a religious tradition. The presence of a powerful overseer, true or not, will help ground him and gird his will. This is a tough call, though, because most Western religions have become utterly corrupted by malign anti-white influences. Nevertheless, if there’s one pretty lie that you should abide for a short while to facilitate his healthy emotional development and a sense of protective community, this is it
. 19. If you have the means, travel with him to Europe to experience the great traditions and accomplishments of his ancestors. Cheaper version: the public library.
- No social media. No iPads. No iPhones. Boys don’t become great men with their eyes glued to a screen like a plugged in Matrix pod. They become great men with their eyes up and searching the horizon.