FK – Some have no choice but to fight it here, those whom will fight. Many will fully deserve the ditch they will be shot into, dying while stupidly wondering “How did this ever happen to me?”
FK – Must be French humor. ‘Shoah’ is a ‘modern Hebrew’ word for holocaust.
Regardless of how many actually died or how it’s been used as a hammer by cultural Marxists, and most ‘Jews’ are cultural Marxists, just as many of them were in Germany, to control any and all who question them or their agendas.
In a free country there’s no such thing as a group whose motives can’t be questioned. If you participate in such you are a traitor to this country and the Bill of Rights. The First Amendment doesn’t mention any god’s chosen as being exempt. But they will make it that way if they can.
FK – If these two, uh, idiots at best, voted, if they voted, and if you value your most basic right, the right to self defense, the right to fight back against govt. tyranny, they voted to kill you.
It’s really that simple.
Trash like this hated my Liberty before I finally recognized what it is and what will be required to deal with it
Three Reasons to Oppose All State Article V Convention Applications
There’s a very important issue that is becoming more and more prominent in state legislatures in recent years. It goes by several names, such as an Article V convention, a constitutional convention (often abbreviated as a Con-Con), a convention of the states, or a convention for proposing amendments. All of these terms refer to a provision in Article V of the U.S. Constitution whereby if two-thirds of the states apply to Congress for a national convention for proposing amendments, then Congress shall call such a convention.
The stakes are very high with this Article V convention issue! Will we preserve and restore the Constitution that has secured our rights for over two centuries? Or, will we subject it to the Article V convention process and risk harmful changes that very well could end our heritage of freedom and prosperity?
FK – You’ll have to plug in your own address.
Now we finally come to the real agenda of the vaccine industry. After vaccines have been repeatedly documented by the Natural News Lab to contain neurotoxic chemicals such as mercury, formaldehyde and MSG; after vaccine shots have been repeatedly shown to kill people who take them; and after flu shots have been exhaustively shown to be based on no science whatsoever — with vaccine manufacturers openly admitting there are no clinical trials to show they even work — the rabid vaccine pushers are unveiling their end game: throw vaccine resistors in prison.
This is the call by USA Today columnist Alex Berezow. “Parents who do not vaccinate their children should go to jail,” he writes in this USA Today column.
And just to be clear, what Berezow means is that parents who do not vaccinated their children no matter how toxic the vaccine ingredients really are should be thrown in prison. There is no exemption being discussed or recommended that would allow parents to object to vaccines because of the neurotoxic chemicals they contain (such as the heavy metal mercury, still found in flu shots given to children in America). There is also no discussion that informed parents might reasonably object to vaccines based on the recent confession of a top CDC whistleblower who reveals how the CDC committed scientific fraud to bury scientific evidence showing a link between vaccines and autism.
FK – Get yer shots or get shot. How much longer?
FK – Can it be hacked?
The gun control group the Coalition to Stop Gun Violence (CSGV) wants Fox News affiliate WTTF to fire its investigative reporter, Emily Miller, claiming that she violated journalistic ethics by criticizing Washington D.C.’s strict gun laws at a recent event.
In its attempt to get Miller fired, CSGV pointed to a Jan. 19 speech she gave at an event held by the Virginia Citizens Defense League — which CSGV claims is “a radical pro-gun group that embraces the use of political violence.”
During the rally, Miller said that Washington D.C. “is not part of America, because they don’t recognize the Second Amendment.”
Miller also told the audience that she was “part of this fight that we’re all in.”
Citing the Society of Professional Journalists, CSGV asserts that Miller should be fired from her job on the grounds that journalists should “act independently” by avoiding “conflicts of interest, real or perceived.”
FK – Propaganda for we, but not for thee…
FK – Maybe the problem is ‘Reform Judaism‘ and the fact that most ‘Jews’ today are secular Marxists. We won’t even get into the Bankster topic right now.
JPFO was part of my waking up, 20 years ago. As long as they keep their goal of ‘destroying gun control’ they’ll be OK.
This is a multi-front war, politically agitate while preparing for what will be required.
The Drug Enforcement Administration and the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives collaborated on plans to monitor gun show attendees using automatic license plate readers, according to a newly disclosed DEA email obtained by the ACLU through the Freedom of Information Act.
The April 2009 email states that “DEA Phoenix Division Office is working closely with ATF on attacking the guns going to [redacted] and the gun shows, to include programs/operation with LPRs at the gun shows.” The government redacted the rest of the email, but when we received this document we concluded that these agencies used license plate readers to collect information about law-abiding citizens attending gun shows. An automatic license plate reader cannot distinguish between people transporting illegal guns and those transporting legal guns, or no guns at all; it only documents the presence of any car driving to the event. Mere attendance at a gun show, it appeared, would have been enough to have one’s presence noted in a DEA database.
FK – Another reason to shut them down, as if we need another one.
Now, my sights are set on 18 USC sec 922(o). This is known as the machinegun ban. I don’t believe this is constitutional in light of the Second Amendment to the Constitution. Likewise, the National Firearms Act (“NFA”), which taxes the making and transferring of Title II weapons (machineguns, suppressors, short barrel rifles, short barrel shotguns, etc) is ripe to be attacked on Second Amendment grounds.
We have the avenue to attack both the machinegun ban and the NFA with the BATFE’s recent approval of a number of Form 1s. I have a number of clients that I will be filing a lawsuit on behalf of to seek to overturn the ban and the NFA in different states.
This will be expensive. I am in the process of collecting donations to offset the legal fees in this case. If you are interested in assisting, please donate. No donation is too small. These lawsuits will be funded strictly off donations. Unlike the government, we do not have an unlimited war chest to fund this. That is where the grass roots come into play. We can do this, but we need your help!
FK – Where’s the ‘No Rights that aren’t Allowed’ group with their millions of 20 buck membership fees from the ‘little guy?’
In fact where was the NRA in 1938? Did they help stop this?
FK – The guy is hedging his bet and admitting that a two week window encapsulates their eruption prediction capability.
I’m no geologist but it seems to me that all these ancient forces interact with one another on a chaotic and massive scale meaning one little rock sliding out of or into place on the other side of the planet could set the whole thing off and there’s no way to ‘predict’ that.
Best to not worry about what we can’t control and to prepare for what will be required concerning what it’s our right, duty and responsibility to control.
FK – What despicable lying trash. Watch the female creatures look at it as it lies.
Could we ever map a complete human connectome? Well, scientists have done it for a roundworm. They’ve done it for small parts of a mouse brain. A very rough, large-scale map of connectivity in the human brain is already available, though nothing like a true map of every idiosyncratic neurone and synapse in a particular person’s head. The National Institutes of Health in the US is currently funding the Human Connectome Project, an effort to map a human brain in as much detail as possible. I admit to a certain optimism toward the project. The technology for brain scanning improves all the time. Right now, magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) is at the forefront. High-resolution scans of volunteers are revealing the connectivity of the human brain in more detail than anyone ever thought possible. Other, even better technologies will be invented. It seems a no-brainer (excuse the pun) that we will be able to scan, map, and store the data on every neuronal connection within a person’s head. It is only a matter of time, and a timescale of five to 10 decades seems about right.
Of course, nobody knows if the connectome really does contain all the essential information about the mind. Some of it might be encoded in other ways. Hormones can diffuse through the brain. Signals can combine and interact through other means besides synaptic connections. Maybe certain other aspects of the brain need to be scanned and copied to make a high-quality simulation. Just as the music recording industry took a century of tinkering to achieve the impressive standards of the present day, the mind-recording industry will presumably require a long process of refinement.
FK – Will ‘people’ who’ve been downloaded into their own ‘realities’ be allowed to create sentient beings to co-exist with them, expecting them to be their slaves and torturing those who don’t go along with the game plan?
Has this already happened?
Hell-bent : Younger Christians may be ditching doctrines of fire and brimstone – but will Christianity ever get rid of hell entirely?
FK – Another good one from the same site: