Tuesday, September 30, 2014

CDC Confirms Patient In Dallas Has The Ebola Virus

What's the deal with Dallas? Chikungunya is spreading, ebola has struck, and Ed Sebesta continues to live there. Are these people to be spared nothing? Stay tuned.

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Equality is deadly

There has been no ideology with a bloodier history than that of human equality. From the Paris Terror, the killing fields of the Khmer Rouge, and the Iraq War, this inhuman and unnatural doctrine has justified mass murder like no other belief system.

Neuroscience, educational statistics, and just plain common sense tell us people are not equal, but it's the official ideology of the current DC ruling elite. So we have to pretend that all people are equal. That policy is the reason a deranged intruder recently penetrated farther into the White House than anyone has managed before:

The man, 42-year-old Omar J. Gonzalez, ran unobstructed for 70 yards across the front lawn of the White House before entering through the North Portico. On the way, he brushed by a Secret Service officer with a drawn gun, sources tell CBS News' Bill Plante.

Gonzalez then proceeded to run through the entrance hall to the cross hall of the White House, past the staircase that leads up to the first family's residence. He was confronted by a female Secret Service agent, who he overpowered, and made it all the way to the East Room...
Women should not be cops, soldiers, or guards. I don't care how much training a woman has, she cannot overpower the average man. Martial arts DO NOT equalize people of different body mass and strength. I've taken judo and karate, and in every tournament I've been in, contestants of equal skill levels are still grouped by weight and sex. 200-pound men do not spar with 100-pound women.

But that's how the real world operates. In The Emerald City of DC, different rules apply. And those rules will continue to spawn chaos and waste and tragedy. Hopefully, there'll be a few humorous incidents along the way.

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Monday, September 29, 2014

Is Scottish secession finished?

Try telling that to the Scots, who are more fired up than ever:

In one week, more than 35,000 people have joined the SNP, making the nationalists the third-largest party in the United Kingdom. Demand to join the SNP has been so great that the party's website crashed over the weekend. An emergency hotline has been set up and a dedicated team assigned to cope with the numbers seeking to join.

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Our "Two-Party" System at Work

Obama's Secretary of Defense is making the case for expanding Iraq Invasion number 3 (known by its inials "IIIII") by sending in ground troops. The Neocons are slobbering in anticipation, and the arms industry has dollar signs in its eyes.

So where's the opposition party? Here's House Speaker John Boehner:

House Speaker John Boehner said Sunday the U.S. may ultimately “have no choice” but to send combat troops to take on the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS/ISIL), contending that relying on airstrikes will not be enough to defeat the terrorists.

“If the goal is to destroy ISIS, as the president says it is, I don’t believe the strategy that he outlined will accomplish that,” Boehner said on ABC’s “This Week.”
Boehner's objection is that Obama's not rushing into Iraq fast enough. In other words, there is no opposition party when it comes to war. What have we accomplished in the eleven years of war so far? The ONLY things we have to show are billions wasted, thousands crippled, and the rise of the Department of Homeland Security, "indefinite detention," the increased militarization of the police, and citizen surveillance.

And here we are waging another war that can only expand and intensify those horrors because the Chicken Littles are screaming that ISIS is going to behead us all. God help us.

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Beheading suspect "felt oppressed at work"

Any time a minority says he's been oppressed on the job, the issue is settled: His White co-workers are clearly guilty. So Alton Nolen, aka Jah'Keem Yisrael, aka the Okie Al Qaeda, was probably justified in beheading one of his co-workers. But two? That may have been overreaching on his part, so we are allowed to debate whether he should be punished for that.

None of which diminishes his status as a victim, however.

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'Mad Max' battle buses and tanks built by Kurdish fighters

You gotta love it! From The Daily Mail

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Hong Kong protests

The pictures of thousands of people standing up to their repressive government are enough to make your heart skip a beat. From CNN:

Thousands of pro-democracy protesters remained camped out on major highways in the heart of Hong Kong on Monday, defying government attempts to both coerce and cajole them into giving up their extraordinary demonstration.

The protests have brought widespread disruption to the heart of one of Asia's biggest financial centers, blocking traffic on multilane roads and prompting the suspension of school classes.

CNN's Ivan Watson, at the scene, described it as a "sea of humanity," the biggest crowd he had witnessed since protests began last week.

"The young people -- predominantly 21, 22 years old -- have been chanting out here, repeating the word 'hah toih,' meaning 'resign,'" Watson said, against a backdrop of chanting and waving cellphones.
The Chinese Communist Party insists on appointing officials in Hong Kong, while the people there demand elections. It isn't all that different here, where the central government overrules the people of the States who resist DC's mandates on same-sex "marriage," immigration control, and affirmative action. Both the Chinese and US regimes pose as liberators, but are in fact autocrats who care for nothing but maintaining their own power.

The big difference is that the people of Hong Kong are doing something about it.

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Friday, September 26, 2014

The Economic Causes of the War Between the States

The North Carolina War Between the States Sesquicentennial site has a new web page you'll definitely want to check out and bookmark. It explodes the myth about Lincoln's purported war of liberation, and demonstrates that the WBTS was just another clash over money and power, just like every other war.

This is history with critical present-day relevance. The defenders of the DC Empire, both left and Neocon, rely on the Lincoln Myth to justify the central government's ongoing domestic and global interventions. When we manage to pull back the curtains on the falsehood the Empire rests on, we will expose this fraudulent regime for what it is, an authoritarian bully.

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Update: Electing a new people

The U.S. military is letting go of at least 30,000 soldiers, and wants to replace them with illegal alien invaders undocumented immigrants.

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Thursday, September 25, 2014

DC's latest quagmire

We can appreciate just what a massive blunder Obama has stumbled into by contemplating a couple of stories out of Iraq. A sceptical and war-weary public will have no patience for a long, costly, and pointless struggle. So this headline is surely unwelcome news: Pentagon: ISIL war could last ‘years.’ How many years? Who knows?

But this second story reveals just how lunatic DC's foreign policy really is:

The U.S has hit 41 Humvees since attacks began in August, according to data from United States Central Command.

The U.S. is sending $30,000-bombs to eliminate these armored vehicles, which cost about a quarter of a million dollars each depending what it is equipped with, according to Todd Harrison, a senior fellow at the Center for Strategic and Budgetary Assessments.

The U.S. Defense Department confirmed the targets to CNN. "In some cases, we have seen instances of ISIL capturing and employing U.S.-made equipment," said a spokesperson. "When we've seen these terrorists employing this equipment, we've sought to eliminate that threat."
The Iraqi Army we created from scratch and financed and trained not only failed to stop ISIL's fighters, but bequeathed them millions of dollars of US assets. So the threat the Defense Department spokesman boasted about eliminating was one that we created.

Idiots. We're being led by idiots.

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Iraqi PM: Plot To Attack US, Paris Subways Uncovered

Now this is a reliable source: A US puppet who wants to stay in office claims US efforts to prop up his rotten regime will stop evil-doers from attacking Americans.

Lord, I can't get over how gullible people are these days.

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Al Sharpton Says He's Helping The White House Pick The Next Attorney General

That's good news. With Eric Holder's abrupt departure, we can all breathe a little easier knowing a voice of reason and moderation will soon guide the Obama regime.

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Why Ron Paul is > Rand Paul (and the Daily Beast is a Rag)

By trying to play both sides of the street and keep both big-government interventionists and pro-liberty anti-interventionists happy, Rand Paul manages to give everybody good reasons to dislike him. From Intellectual Conservative.

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Wednesday, September 24, 2014

Rejecting diversity, and racial and religious equality: The scary message behind secession movements

Scary title, huh? But that's how Todd Brewster paints the trend away from large countries based on conquest and the resurgence of small nation-states. To Brewster, the idea of peoples around the world freely choosing their political associations is repugnant. But the most striking feature of his article is how he treats "equality" and "diversity" as values whose goodness are so self-evident that they cannot even be questioned. He does not bother to argue why or how they trump other political goals, and apparently believes he does not need to. He's certainly right about one thing: They are indeed threatened by the rise of self-determination movements:

Ironically, this modern day trend towards secession casts a dark light on another principle dear to Americans. In seeking to re-organize along ethnic and religious terms, the world is in effect rejecting pluralism, diversity and racial equality. Scot divides from Brit; Catalan from Spaniard; Russian from Ukrainian; Sunni from Shia. All the post-Cold War excitement about an end to ideology, about an Internet democratizing the globe, about the end of frontiers – all of that now seems like little more than a naïve expression of historical optimism.
Of course, racial equality does not exist anywhere on the planet, as the most militant proponents of equality will agree. There's always more to be done, and the ideologues who agitate for equality know that only a centralized, all-powerful government can enact the programs they demand - even though they never work. Diversity, however, most certainly exists in such places as the Balkans, Iraq, and Somalia, and the peoples who live there yearn to escape from it. As Harvard sociologist Robert Putnam reluctantly concluded from years of study, diversity degrades community spirit and social trust, the foundations of self-government. Destroy those, and you create an artificial anarchy that only a powerful and authoritarian government can control - which is the very reason the ruling elite wants to impose diversity on us in the first place.

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Tuesday, September 23, 2014

Scotland had the right to secede? Interesting

Christine Barr points out one big positive of the Scottish independence vote that many have overlooked:

One interesting angle on the recent vote in Scotland, which has been largely ignored by the mainstream media, is the utter absence of analysis of the issue involving secession.

Even those who were most adamantly urging a “no” vote did not deny Scotland the right to decide its own fate.

What a contrast to strident Unionists in this country, who vehemently deny that the South, or Vermont, or any of the many factions in this country seeking independence, past or present, have the right to determine their governmental fate.

England didn’t threaten to send troops, or state that having in 1707 agreed to the complete joining of the two countries, Scotland had lost its right to autonomy.

No, while they were certainly anxious about the election, there were no military threats or cries of treason. What a contrast to the handling of our Late Unpleasantness.

It is interesting to note the arguments against independence, and who made them.

George Soros said it would be a blow “to the prevailing international order.” Well, that makes one wonder: Is the current international order something worth preserving?
Yes, we wouldn't want to upset George Soros, now would we? If he says things are hunkey-dorey, then we mustn't rock the boat.

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Monday, September 22, 2014

Quote of the day

"Our government has kept us in a perpetual state of fear — kept us in a continuous stampede of patriotic fervor — with the cry of grave national emergency. Always there has been some terrible evil at home or some monstrous foreign power that was going to gobble us up if we did not blindly rally behind it" Douglas MacArthur, 1957

And the empire hasn't changed since MacArthur's time.

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Unclear on the concept

Marchers in New York demanded protection for the environment this weekend, but left behind huge piles of garbage in the streets.

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Scotland's Vote Settles Nothing

The ruling elite, their subservient media, and the left are cackling with joy over the failed Scottish independence referendum. Prime Minister Cameron even crowed that the rejection of self-government was the "settled will" of the Scottish people.

Well, he's wrong.

Let's not forget that the monster known as "Great Britain" was a creation of English imperialists and Scottish sell-outs. It was the home base for the once-mighty British Empire, with the English in London calling the shots and reaping in the wealth and glory, while the Scots and Irish did the fighting and bleeding to forge that empire. But the old empire ain't what it used to be. Ireland, India, South Africa, and many other jewels in the imperial crown are gone forever. And a bit of analysis of the Scottish vote reveals motivations that will make Scottish self-government a hot issue again:

According to a poll taken alongside the referendum, 70 percent of those voting for independence thought "the principle that all decisions about Scotland should be taken in Scotland" was the most important factor; only 20 percent said they gave most weight to "on balance, Scotland's future looked brighter as an independent country." Compare that with the other side. Of those voting for the union, 47 percent said the risks of separation were the main reason to stay; only 27 percent said "a strong attachment to the U.K. and its shared history, culture and traditions" counted most. It's as you would expect, maybe, but nonetheless worth noting: Strength of conviction rests heavily on the independence side.
That's a dramatic split in outlook. The "No" campaign was forced to resort to fear, while the "Yes" forces were driven by optimistic nationalism. And those who gloated that last week's vote failed to scratch a new border line in Europe forget that the Scottish parliament will soon enjoy sweeping new powers of taxation and regulation that will effectively make "Great Britain" a devolved confederacy. Other areas, including England, will clamor for similar powers.

So it ain't over. Not by a long shot.

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Saturday, September 20, 2014

Quote of the day

"Someone right now is printing up 'Don’t blame me, I voted YES' stickers and badges." - Stuart Braithwaite, on the continuing drive for Scottish independence.

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Friday, September 19, 2014

Scotland Independence: Vote Rigging Caught on Video

How do you keep a feeble, decayed empire together when there's a referendum on self-government? Cheating is one way:

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Quote of the day

"I don't think it makes a whole lot of difference anymore which political party is running things. Nothing gets done. The state would be better off handling things on its own." Roy Gustafson, 61, of Camden, South Carolina.

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Angry with Washington, 1 in 4 Americans open to secession

You can almost hear the collective sigh of relief from the globalists and leftists over the news of the failed Scottish referendum on self-government. But independence movements live on, and must. Here in the DC Empire, popular disgust for the regime's illegal citizen surveillance, perpetual wars, and demographic upheaval guarantee interest in reclaiming self-determination will endure and grow. And yes, the Scottish referendum did have an impact here, as this Reuters article reveals:

The failed Scottish vote to pull out from the United Kingdom stirred secessionist hopes for some in the United States, where almost a quarter of people are open to their states leaving the union, a new Reuters/Ipsos poll found.

Some 23.9 percent of Americans polled from Aug. 23 through Sept. 16 said they strongly supported or tended to support the idea of their state breaking away, while 53.3 percent of the 8,952 respondents strongly opposed or tended to oppose the notion.

The urge to sever ties with Washington cuts across party lines and regions, though Republicans and residents of rural Western states are generally warmer to the idea than Democrats and Northeasterners, according to the poll.
As more people organize to free themselves from DC, look for the regime to undercut them by importing more immigrants to sow disunity, and to terrorize the population with bogeymen that only the all-powerful central government can save them from. Keep your eyes on the headlines, and keep your powder dry.

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Thursday, September 18, 2014

Quote of the day

"What is clear is that this vote, yes or no, is the beginning of the end of the United Kingdom as we know it." Richard G. Whitman, University of Kent

There goes Airstrip One.

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Wednesday, September 17, 2014

Sebesta bait

From a Reuters article entitled "Scottish independence vote cheers supporters of Texas secession":

The upcoming vote to decide whether Scotland should be independent of the United Kingdom has bolstered those campaigning to split the state of Texas from the United States.

Texas Nationalist Movement president Daniel Miller, who wants the state's legislature to put the secession question on a statewide ballot, said Scotland's Sept. 18 referendum is a good sign for his movement.

"If Scotland can do it, so can Texas," Miller said.

The top U.S. cattle- and oil-producing state would be the 12th largest economy in the world, larger than Mexico or Spain, said Miller, whose organization has campaigned for secession since the late 1990s.
Consider: Both Scotland and Texas were once free, independent nations. Both resisted domination. And today, one sees the success of the other as inspirational. As Mr. Miller says, whether Scotland votes to secede or to win greater autonomy within the Union (something British Prime Minister David Cameron has already pledged), patriots of nationless peoples around the world will be spurred on by Scotland's example. Alba gu bràth!

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Tuesday, September 16, 2014

Pentagon: US ground troops may join Iraqis in combat against Isis

Hey, Obama, can you say "Mission Creep"? I knew you could.

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Another reason for Scotland to secede

David Frum doesn't want the Scots to govern themselves. You remember Frum, don't you? He's the whiny little Neocon who hates the South and once smeared conservatives who opposed the illegal and counter-productive invasion of Iraq as "unpatriotic." (Because the definition of "conservatism" is blind obedience to the Commander in chief, you see.)

It's no surprise this girly-man disapproves of Scottish independence. His rationale? It would harm "American interests" by diminishing Britain's "contribution to global security." London has long depended on Scottish pluck to fight its wars, and the Scots have had enough. The union of England and Scotland was the foundation of the British Empire. Well guess what, Frum? That empire is no more. Ceased to be. Changing circumstances require changing political arrangements, and Scottish independence recognizes that the imperial project is shattered and cannot be patched back together.

I hope Frum's shrill, schoolmarmish sermon to vote "No" incites the thrawn Scots to do the opposite.

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Sean Connery on Scottish Independence

The world's most famous Scot has something to say about his homeland taking its place among the nations of the world:

I fully respect that the choice facing Scotland on 18 September is a matter for the people who choose to work and live there – that is only right and proper. But as a Scot and as someone with a lifelong love for both Scotland and the arts, I believe the opportunity of independence is too good to miss.

Simply put – there is no more creative an act than creating a new nation.
Either way the Scots vote this Thursday, we're going to see new life in independence movements around the world.

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Monday, September 15, 2014

We need greater racial solidarity

Two Charlotte DJs, B.J. Murphy and Keith Richards, believe Blacks need to quit being "afraid to defend black people." Ex-mayor Pat Cannon is awaiting sentencing for bribery, but Murphy and Richards are convinced Cannon was the victim of a “deliberate plot” to frame him. If the Black community had stuck with Cannon, they say, he'd still be mayor.

Just think, if Charlotte's Blacks had rallied around their mayor, he could still be doing the job he was elected to do, which is to prevent White conservatives from organizing.

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Lindsey Graham: We need troops to fight Islamic State ‘before we all get killed here at home’

Li'l Lindsey is hitting the panic button again. This vile little man simply cannot be happy unless the U.S. is pulverizing people. Obama's plan to wage a war by remote control just isn't enough, so Graham has to resort to old-fashioned fear mongering:

"It is our fight. It is not just their fight. This is a radical Islamic army that is pushing the theory of a master religion, not a master race like the Nazis. ... It's about protecting millions of people throughout the world. ... They're intending to come here. So I will not let this president suggest to the American people we can outsource our security and this is not about our safety. Our strategy will fail yet again. This president needs to rise to the occasion before we all get killed here at home.""
Yes, we're all going to be beheaded if Obama doesn't save us by occupying Iraq. When will the people of South Carolina send this squealing embarrassment packing?

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Unclear on the concept

An anti-violence prayer vigil in Detroit ends with 5 people shot, 2 dead.

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