FK – Can’t blindly trust what you learned in school, or in Sunday School or on YouTube or anywhere:
FK – Gee at what point of ‘gouging’ after a disaster will the retailer get a gun poked in their face?
Google is damn near running the net. Why have they been buying up their competition?
Libertarianism is great, in an ideal world, for the common people, but trusting these corporations is just as stupid as blindly trusting the government.
They don’t call us ‘human resources’ or ‘human capital’ or ‘consumers’ because they respect us as human beings. They want desperate workers who will show up on time, do what they’re told and never ask inappropriate questions.
I’ve had too many blue collar jobs where I was treated like a jackass to see it differently.
Added to that tension is the threat of spreading violence on a global level, with special emphasis on the potential for increased domestic attacks in this country. Mike Morell of CBS News, formerly with the CIA, warned of the need to “worry about copycat attacks, not only in France but in the rest of the world, and I would even say in the broader world to include the United States.”
With an administration policy abetting immigration by disparate cultures with incongruous goals, such attacks may be inevitable. If and when one does happen, the probability is that it will occur in an area where private carrying of firearms has not been normalized, and is discouraged or outright prohibited. As for any and all laws in place, the attackers will ignore them, as they always do.
FK – We are clearly at war. Not with the fundamentalist ragheads, but with the trash that encourages their presence in Western Civilization and their ultimate actions which result from the ‘culture clash.’ The real culture clash is between those who claim to love Liberty and their blood domestic enemies who write the laws that make these events possible. Hint: They have white skin, were probably born here and aren’t hiding in a cave on the other side of the world.
FK – I don’t doubt there are higher intelligences that don’t have our best interests at heart. If someone or something is threatening to torture you it doesn’t love you, it doesn’t like you, it considers you to be a slave. Our slave mentality and our blind faith is part of what’s holding us back.
Black-clad gunmen stormed the Paris offices of a satirical publication known for lampooning Islam early Wednesday, killing 12 and injuring as many as 15 before escaping, French officials said.
As many as three Kalashnikov-toting shooters were being sought after the attack at Charlie Hebdo, the publication known for challenging Muslim terrorists with a 2011 caricature of Prophet Muhammed on its cover and which recently tweeted a cartoon of Islamic State leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi. Two policemen and several journalists – including the cartoonist behind the weekly publication’s provocative images, were among the dead.
“We’ve avenged the honor of the prophet!” the killers shouted, according to witnesses who spoke to Sky News. The gunmen spoke French without any accent, according to Le Monde.
FK – Who or what group passed laws in Europe that allowed in so many ‘immigrants’ that allows for this kind of activity. Who are the real enemies of Western Civilization? Here’s a hint: They have white skin and were probably born there and are often mistakenly referred to as ‘the left.’ Calling the creatures that helps them hide their true evil. They’re communists, authoritarians, treat them as such.
FK – O’Really and Faux News are just as guilty as the rest of the mainstream newswhores. They assist in the ‘divide and conquer’ propaganda war. Such a thing could happen here. But then I don’t know of many publications over here that pick on the ragheads in such a manner. Where are all the ‘terrorists’ we’re so constantly warned about? Are they waiting for orders from their government handlers?
FK – I was under the mistaken impression that since the republicrats controlled the House then only they would be voting. I guess that wouldn’t be very ‘democratic.’ If Pelosi had won which apparently wasn’t even possible, I’m not sure it would have made a lot of difference. What will the republicrats do anyway but stand around with their fingers in the dike with a dumb look on their faces as they’ve always done?
FK – Oh no! We can’t carry those evil vicious mass murdering guns into the presence of our ELECTED PUBLIC SERVANTS. How awful it might be if our SERVANTS became frightened of us or had to fear for their security or safety.
Kentucky has the same problem. The ‘just-us’ centers where the black-robed shysters who profit from the ‘drug war’ have set themselves above us as well need to be returned to the people. Let them hold court in a trailer or log cabin where they try those who have committed real crimes against real people or their property and turn the ‘just-us’ center into community centers or rent them out to businesses or simply sell them off. Or we could demolish them and sell ‘Liberty bricks’ and donate the money to charity or build roads.
FK – This is only an hour. It’s streamed twice in this segment for some reason. I couldn’t find a better resolution version on YouTube.
Everyone should read ‘The Prince.’ I read it during the dubya years with one eye on current events and it showed me that government/politics hasn’t changed that much in 500 years. It’s on my ‘Books to read before you vote‘ list on Amazon.
I’m not surprised the church banned it since most religions work on the same principles as the governments of the world: treat them like mushrooms, make them fear you and your god. Their god of course is patterned after the ancient tyrannical kings who looked down their noses at their subjects/slaves and said “Obey me or I’ll torture and kill you.” Now the message “Be a good slave(servant, worshiper), you’ll have paradise in the next life,” often suffices.
This puts you in the category of the high Machs, people who do not belive in the goodness of the world and that because that it must be manipulated, people who Machiavelli would approve of.
FK – The test of course doesn’t take a lot of things into consideration. Thinking the world or human herd animals are certain things doesn’t equate to always acting in certain ways. But then human nature/behavior often ignores what it finds inconvenient.