Category Archives: 2015 January update seven

Predictions coming true: More ‘UBC’ action on horizon

As the 2015 Shooting, Hunting and Outdoor Trade (SHOT) show winds down today in Las Vegas, a new battle front over so-called “universal background checks” (UBC) is shaping up in Arizona, and it is all-too-familiar to Second Amendment advocates like Alan Gottlieb.

Freshman Democrat State Rep. Randall Friese has introduced legislation to require background checks on private transfers of firearms. If the storyline unfolds the way it did in Gottlieb’s home state of Washington, and here in Nevada, the proposals will fall short in the legislature, and then there will be a push by the gun prohibition lobby to pass a citizen initiative.

Anti-gunners passed Initiative 594 last fall in the Evergreen State, and it’s evident they took notes. Nevada first went through the legislative process, and now gun owners there are facing an increasingly well-oiled effort to push such checks, with backing from anti-gun billionaire Michael Bloomberg and other wealthy elitists.

It doesn’t take much imagination to figure out that somebody was taking notes during the Washington campaign. With money as a weapon, Second Amendment activists are up against what appears to be a spreading juggernaut.

FK – When are ‘pro-gun'(should be pro Human Liberty because guns are just tools we’ll soon have to use to restore Liberty) ‘activists’ going to get tired of re-arranging the deck chairs on the Titanic and start preparing for what will be required?

Powerful New York gun ban politician arrested for bribery, kickbacks

FK – Maybe it’ll be in prison and easy to find when it’s time for the war crimes trials and executions.

MIT States That Half of All Children May be Autistic by 2025

A senior scientist at MIT has declared that we are facing an epidemic of autism that may result in one half of all children being affected by autism in ten years.

Dr. Stephanie Seneff, who made these remarks during a panel presentation in Groton, MA last week, specifically cites the Monsanto herbicide, Roundup, as the culprit for the escalating incidence of autism and other neurological disorders.

Roundup_Monsanto_NEO_Jan 2015Roundup, which was introduced in the 1970’s, contains the chemical glyphosate, which is the focal point for Seneff’s concerns. Roundup was originally restricted to use on weeds, as glyphosate kills plants. However, Roundup is now in regular use with crops. With the coming of GMO’s, plants such as soy and corn were bioengineered to tolerate glyphosate, and its use dramatically increased. From 2001 to 2007, glyphosate use doubled, reaching 180 to 185 million pounds in the U.S. alone in 2007.

FK – Maybe having to wear a gas mask to grow our food should tell us something.

Freedom, Where Are You? Not in America or Europe — PCR

American corporations discovered, and if they did not they were informed by Wall Street to move offshore or be taken over, that they could raise profits by moving their manufacturing operations abroad. The lower labor cost resulted in higher profits, higher share prices, huge managerial bonuses based on “performance,” and shareholder capital gains. Offshoring greatly increased the inequality in income and wealth in the US. Capital succeeded in looting labor.

The displaced well-paid manufacturing workers, if they were able to find replacement jobs, worked part-time minimum wage jobs at Walmart and Home Depot.

Economists, if they are entitled to the designation, such as Michael Porter and Matthew Slaughter, promised Americans that the fictional “New Economy” would produce better, higher-paying, and cleaner jobs for Americans than the “dirty fingernail” jobs that we were fortunate our corporations were moving offshore.

Years later, as I have proven conclusively, there is no sign of these “New Economy” jobs. What we have instead is a sharp decline in the labor force participation rate as the unemployed cannot find jobs. The replacement jobs for the manufacturing jobs are mainly part-time domestic service jobs. People have to hold 2 or 3 of these jobs to make ends meet. These part time jobs offer no medical or pension benefits.

FK – What party passed NAFTA and which president signed it? The ‘party of the little man’ and see the vid below.

They wanted desperate workers who will do or say anything to get or keep a job, show up on time and never ask inappropriate questions. They didn’t move their factories to Mexico and Asia because they felt sorry for the peasants.

A.T. Kearney: Economic Data Does Not Support The Manufacturing Reshoring Story; Offshore Outsourcing Is Still Outpacing Reshoring

Jews And Guns

Besides the extraordinary cost of maintaining a full-time force that will always be at their stations, we must also worry about the prospect of collateral damage that an armed volunteer can cause when missing his target, for example, or if the weapon falls into the hands of a child or someone not properly trained in the use of guns, or into the hands of a person intent on doing evil.

Real violence and TV violence are not the same. Even highly trained police officers confirm that when real-life shooting begins, the adrenaline rush that kicks in will often cause an experienced officer to empty his weapon even after the immediate threat has been neutralized, resulting in many shootings that were never intended. How do we balance those concerns against the image of an armed terrorist entering a school or house of worship with nobody inside who is trained and armed to respond, leaving us faced with the choice of cowering in fear or fighting armed attackers with our bare hands until our heroic first responders arrive on the scene, hopefully in time to prevent mass murder?

I am worried, however, about encouraging a plan that arms too many civilians. As someone who has spent 40 years in the criminal-justice system, I have been around guns and the people who use them for both good and bad reasons. I have seen the murder and mayhem that weapons can cause when used by criminals, but I also know of many cases in which guns were used by private citizens who, despite their best intentions, caused more harm than good, as well as cases in which a failure to safeguard the weapon resulted in horrific tragedy and the loss of innocent life.

FK – How about just forcing our governments to acknowledge the most basic right any human, any creature, possesses, that of self defense, the right to fight back against criminals whether they be in government, on the street, in the home or wherever?

But that ‘scares’ you too much doesn’t it? You’d rather a grandmother be beaten or a child be raped by thugs, when the victims aren’t otherwise capable of fighting back against superior strength or numbers in the several minutes to hours it can take for official ‘help’ to arrive.

Many millions of instances of self-defense with guns simply aren’t reported.

It’s time to put the governments of the world in their place, as servants to ‘we the people’ and not as our eternal masters.

A right applied for is a privilege. Life is not a privilege, it’s a right. The tools to defend said life are a right, not a privilege.


FK – Those who most deserve hell are those who think it’s OK there is such a place.

Eternal torture vs. slavery, which is being threatened with eternal torture for not being a good slave, is not free will.

The human race is insane and we still exist in a very dark age.

My semen, my choice?:

FK – In the real world the choice is made when the chance is taken.

We need to be offering reduced rate or free vasectomies to teenage males of all races. They can go down to the fertility clinic and put enough little squigglies on ice to last them a lifetime in case they can ever afford to breed without the taxpayers having to foot that much larger bill.

Special Report: Notes on Another Clinton Scandal: Was Vince Foster Killed?

FK – Ah the klinton years. Such sweet memories, klinton’s saying “I’m against NAFTA,” then pushing it through congress and signing it during it’s first year in office, the last time I voted for a mainstream candidate for prez; the ‘assault weapons’ bill and the gun and ammo craze that followed it; my first exposure to the patriot movement, many who were real christian patriots, not sitting on their asses waiting for the world to end; learning about the murders by federal agents at Mt. Carmel; moving to Georgia to be part of a large group in Atlanta while working for ‘The Voice Of Liberty’ shortwave radio program(the net was in its infancy then); later joining the militia in Kentucky; learning what the Culpepper Flag meant way before the tea party was cool.

Let hitlery win, it’ll do the same thing the Marxist mutt has: woke lots of sheeple up, pissed lots of people off, sold more guns and ammo than the klintons ever thought about, if the Marxist mutt doesn’t leave its masters’ plantation and do something so outrageous even the dumbest of the dumbed-down will understand our dire need for an extensive and thorough “Liberal”(commie) trash season.

Was there blood spray behind Foster’s body? Seems I remember something about carpet fibers on his suit, as if that’s what his body was carried there with. I’d forgotten it was buried in Hope, if I knew. It’s always amusing when the “Liberal”(commie) trash eat their own.

Gumbel hatred for ‘pig’ gun owners not uncommon for establishment sports media

“[T]hey’re pigs” HBO’s “Real Sports” front man Bryant Gumbel told Rolling Stone in an interview that came out Tuesday. He was referring to the National Rifle Association, but that’s just convenient media code speak for all gun owners who believe in the right to keep and bear arms.

If you believe in it, he means you, pig. Or as masters of “gun control” would say, “Schwein!”

“There are a few things I hate more than the NRA,” Gumbel admitted. “I mean truly.”

What those “few things” are remained unstated. ISIL? Communism? Nazism? Murderers? Child molesters? For some reason I’m also conjuring up Arlo Guthrie’s list of Group W bench offenders: “Mother-rapers . . . father-stabbers . . . father-rapers!

Presumably, Gumbel prefers all of the above over you and me. I mean truly. And as long as I’m on a 60s culture kick, we might as well let Dr. Smith weigh in with an appropriate reaction to such a definitive rejection by such an important person.

FK – So how many gun owning sports fans are going to voice their displeasure with the creature’s network and get it fired and in the bread line, or preferably on a plane out of the country where all such creatures belong?

Looks like a few already have. There should be a groundswell. like with the Zumbo thing a few years back.