Tuesday, December 6, 2016

THIS is Probably the DUMBEST Shit I’ve Ever Come Across

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Stephanie Land

Headlined; “Trump’s election stole my desire to look for a partner” (https://www.washingtonpost.com/…/trumps-election-stole-my…/…
) this pathetic loser, Stephanie Land, blames Trump for “ruining her dating life.”

I haven’t heard anything this crazy since when I was five and my 3 y/o brother launched a turd into my cereal bowl, all over my Cheerios and in between two ripe strawberries...and since I didn’t want to blame my Mom’s latest (and favorite) arrival, I shouted...“Bozo the Clown used my cereal bowl for a toilet!”

Yeah, you probably guessed it, I got my ass beat anyway.

But seriously unlike this dumb millennial, “Bozo the goddamned Clown” REALLY DID ruin my childhood...AND I didn't hold a grudge, or anything....well, except that I DID murder about two dozen birthday clowns (I mean who really counts at a time like that) awhile back. BUT, (1) I was pretty drunk at the time and (2) I was really, REALLY young (like 24)...and (3) I did make it all look like an accident, so I think that doesn't really count. Oh, and just for the record, there's nothing sadder than a real bad clown-car accident. You know,the blood mixing with all that clown makeup, all those misshapen bulbous red noses, big broken clown shoes all over the road. It's enough to give anyone the willies.

Anyway, ALL better now! (No, just kidding...I'm not all better)

At any rate, here’s how this demented woman describes her reaction to the election, “Once it was clear that Donald Trump would be president instead of Hillary Clinton, I felt sick to my stomach. I wanted to gather my children in bed with me and cling to them like we would if thunder and lightning were raging outside, with winds high enough that the(y) power might go out. The world felt that precarious to me.”

What a diiiiick!

Seriously, that is some unbridled and unmitigated (whatever the hell that means) batshit craziness right there...and unless I miss my guess, it’s pretty much open season on the mentally/emotionally ill.

Seriously, as whimsically whacky as Donald Trump might be, I can’t help but think we dodged a major bullet by NOT electing one of the world’s most corrupt kleptocrats...and that covers a LOT of ground.

At worst we had a choice between a rat and a snake...and this dolt chose...yup, SNAKE!

As they say in Brooklyn, “Goilfrawnd Puhleeez! I ain’t wakin’ up wid no cobra perched in my bed...I’ll take da rat, tankyou!”

Anyway, I probably shouldn’t be making fun of the emotionally stunted and intellectually crippled, right?

Wait a minute! Who am I kidding? I must’ve been looking in the wrong mirror just now, cause I always make fun of dipshits like this. Some guys like to schmooze and comfort them...and yeah fuck’em, but I prefer to keep such emotionally volatile people at a safe distance...so I mock and make fun.

If they STILL insist on getting close, I immediately switch gears and resort to violence...and NOT any kind of “in your face,” heroic “High Noon” kind of violence, NO, I specialize in the sneaky, slimey, kind of scumbag violence that you never see coming, partly because I’m a paranoid schizophrenic and partly because...well, I’m generally much too lazy for the other kind, but mostly it’s because I’m a paranoid schizophrenic, at least according to Dr. Phillip Lachsky, although I have my doubts about that shitbird’s sanity.

At any rate, enough about me, as they say (I DON’T say it, THEY do) the problem with idiots like Stephanie Land is that this moronic attitude is what begets THIS (http://insider.foxnews.com/…/ethics-professor-university-te…

A University of Texas-Austin ethics professor named Daniel Bonevac, has taught a course called 'Contemporary Moral Problems' for nearly 30 years and now says that it’s become nearly impossible for him to teach the course because of a small number of students actively attempting to stifle any discussion of “unpleasant topics.”

Bonevac said it’s generally not his own students that do so, but that a small, well organized group of "people outside the class" do not want and will not tolerate open discussions and debates on certain topics to occur.

Professor Bonevac has said that, "Certain issues [have become such] hot potatoes, that as soon as a controversial topic comes up without an approved politically correct opinion, students turn off," he said.

Bonevac discussed the fear of debate on a larger scale, in that there is apparently a trend toward stifling debate of topics the younger generation finds controversial.

That seems to be a very real fear given there are so many people that are so spoiled and so devoid of reason that they’re too fragile to even deal with uncomfortable FACTS.

Hmmmm...I’m beginning to change my view on euthanasia...only it seems we should start with the young!

The MOST Dangerous Species on the Planet

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Keith Mann Charged With Arson

"Boredom" allegedly drove this mouth-breathing, knuckle-dragger to...arson.

Is it me, or does this guy look like someone who DOESN'T bore that easily?

I mean I could see this nitwit staring at a screw turning for like 23 hours straight...or am I completely off base with this line of conjecture?

And to think...this guy COULD HAVE won a Darwin Award IF he'd only saturated himself with an accelerant first.

What an absolute dope!

Londonistan: Muslims Defend ISIS flag and claim Union Jack incites hate

THE problem is that these jihadists could live in England for 10 generations...and STILL wouldn't be British.

(1) You can't make silk from a pig's ear.

and (2) These lowlives DON'T belong in the UK, they belong in the deserts of the Mideast.

THIS is a GREAT Explanation of HOW Average Muslims Are so Easily Radicalized...

There's NEVER been a "War Against Islam," by the West, Israel, or America.

There has been an ongoing war against Israel and the West by many, MANY Muslims!

NOT a Crime....

Dashcam Footage of Attack on Florida Deputy

An interesting and rare event; "Shanta Holditch told WZVN that the suspect pulled the deputy out of his car and "just kept beating him and beating him ... throwing him to the ground and punching him in all different directions."

"At that point, WINK reported, another driver got out of his car and ran to the scene. He told the suspect that he'd shoot him if he didn't stop beating the deputy.

"[He] refused to get off the officer and the officer kept yelling, 'shoot him, shoot him, shoot him,' Holditch said.

"When the suspect didn't stop his attack, the third man shot him three times. The deputy was not hit. The suspect later died." (http://www.foxnews.com/us/2016/11/15/passerby-shoots-kills-motorist-assaulting-deputy-after-traffic-stop.html)

When in the commission of a felony an individual should legally cease to exist as a person. That means that while in the commission of a felonious act, that person would have no Civil or other Rights that would have to be respected. (http://www.wctv.tv/content/news/Local-residents-react-to-man-who-shot-Lee-Co-deputys-attacker-401366615.html)

Of course, under Florida’s stand your ground law this action is NOT a crime. That law states that a "person is justified in using or threatening to use deadly force if he or she reasonably believes that using such force is necessary to prevent imminent death or great bodily harm to himself or another."

Wednesday, November 30, 2016

America and Nationalism

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Marine LePen and Geert Wilders

“We are a Republic. Nationalism is a Communist/Marxist moniker...in all of History.

“Yes, I am proud of my Nation. We do NOT celebrate Nationalism.”

Robin Price Grace

We are...and have always been a nation that rejects globalism/internationalism. There is no way to be an American and an internationalist "citizen of the world."

And it's Marxism that's internationalist. The anthem of the Communist Party is "The Internationale."

Language (English), borders and our unifying culture are what make us a nation.

Capitalism (free markets and private property rights are two of the pillars this nation was founded upon) is rooted in nationalism.

That's why internationalists/Marxists oppose private property rights and markets...they prefer PUBLIC ownership and the Command (government-run) economy.

Nationalism supports private property rights & free markets.

Globalism/internationalism is opposed to both property rights & free markets.

E-Verify will rightfully put the onus on "ILLICIT Employers," which will, in turn dry up the jobs that draw most illegal immigrants here. They also need to severely restrict H-1B Visas and force companies here to train U.S. workers.

Eradicating the In-Sourcing of cheap labor (1) raises the American wage floor, helping U.S. workers & (2) evaporates the potentially large "ILLEGAL immigrant vote." BOTH are right & just and BOTH are necessary if the goal is keeping globalists/internationalists out of government control...which for this administration, it is.

Elections have consequences...and these "consequences" will be GOOD THINGS, not BAD THINGS.

 I think most of those "Free Trade" Treaties WERE designed to give the advantage to our "developing" trading partners. Only it was working Americans who really paid the price, in lost jobs and lower wages.

Like Jefferson Sessions, I'm a lifelong "Paleo-Conservative" (Libertarian Conservative).

BUT, I'm a lifelong Union worker as well (31 yrs FDNY) and as such, I oppose In-Sourcing and the vile GOPe scum (the Bush's, Boehner's, McConnell's etc) who've supported it, claiming, "Cheap labor helps us all."


In-Sourcing primarily, virtually SOLELY helps the 1%.

Globalism/Internationalism IS Marxism...and, YES, it's vehemently anti-worker.

Globalist administrations like GW's & Obama's had tariffs. All imports aren't tariff-free.

The issue is private property rights and free markets....Nationalism (as a political philosophy) supports and endorses them, while globalism/Internationalism does not.

Trump has NOT opposed international trade. He's opposed "Free Trade" deals that have screwed us over and supports "Fair Trade" deals that would be more equitable all around.

Tariffs "hurt" consumers...so do Corporate taxes. Consumers pay EVERY penny in Corporate taxes in higher prices. Sales taxes hurt consumers the same way, as well.

Again, negotiate from strength...or not at all. That's a lesson learned from Napoleon. He always threatened war, but usually settled for a huge chunk of the intended's lands &/or resources.

Yes, Northern Europe had its Dark Ages after the gluttonous, bloated overly centralized Roman Empire collapsed. The goal of Internationalism (you keep misusing "globalism" - ONLY Nationalists support FAIR Trade deals between nations, today's globalists seek a vile centralized global control that has no chance of working...it MUST BE dismissed out of hand)...BUT only Northern Europe had "The Age of Enlightenment, the Reformations in Christianity and Judaism...AND, of course, the Industrial Revolution, light years ahead of any other culture.

Sharing between disparate cultures is a hallmark of Nationalism....NOT Internationalism. Human movement is also ONLY possible under Nationalism. It's NOT my "opinion," but a fact that our unique and individual cultures and heritages aren't links to long dead ancestors and traditions, they form the basis of WHO and WHAT we are...they are the things that make us HUMAN.

WHY are so many in the U.S. obsessed with Hitler's atrocities when according to Solzhenitsyn, who chronicled it, "There was ONLY one holocaust in my view and it was the Jewish-led Red Russian or Bolshevik persecution of the traditional white Russians." He went on to chronicle how upwards of 50 MILLION innocent civilians were murdered, mostly tortured to death by what Solzhenitsyn called "a Jewish-led Bolshevik Red Army." My primary and perhaps ONLY disagreement with that is that I believe there have been many holocausts throughout history, Mao's, the Bolsheviks, the Nazis, King Leopold's destruction of the Congo, Cromwell's attempted genocide of the Irish, which led to the Irish slave trade...and many others.

Most of us in the U.S. oppose NAFTA, CAFTA and the TPP, because they are NOT FAIR Trade deals, they are NOT "trade deals" at all, but instead they are all attempted mergers of various global regions for POLITICAL, NOT trade purposes. This anti-nationalist lunacy is horrific, Stew. Internationalism opposes the existence of the nation-state and opposes the disparate and unique cultures and heritages of the world. It is as ANTI-American, as it is ANTI-French, ANTI-English, ANTI-Korean. It's just wrong for humanity.

"In the beginning was the word and the word was with God and the word was God" We attribute that to the Gospel of John. In actuality it is from a much older source. The Upanishads. Globalism has been with us through the centuries." (Stew Loeb)
That has NOTHING to do with globalism.

Globalism is predicated on the monstrous idea of melding all humanity into a more homogeneous, more unified whole.  Sounds humanistic, but in practice it is horrifically misanthropic.

That’s in direct opposition to “sharing across cultures.” It seeks to stifle all cultures and eradicate such sharing.

America has always been a nation that rejects globalism/internationalism. There is no way to be an American and an internationalist "citizen of the world."

It's Marxism that's internationalist. The anthem of the Communist Party is "The Internationale."

Language (English), borders and our unifying culture are what make us a nation.

Capitalism (free markets and private property rights are two of the pillars this nation was founded upon) is rooted in nationalism.

That's why internationalists/Marxists oppose private property rights and markets...they prefer PUBLIC ownership and the Command (government-run) economy.

Nationalism supports private property rights & free markets.

Globalism/internationalism is opposed to both property rights & free markets.

Will Wendell Callahan Be Barack Obama's "Willie Horton"?

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Wendell Callahan

In FACT, Barack Obama is probably MORE culpable in this incident than Governor Dukakis was in the "Willie Horton" killings back in April of 1987. After all, Michael Dukakis DID NOT initiate the furlough program that resulted in Willie Horton's release, that program had been originally signed into law by Republican Governor Francis W. Sargent in 1972, BUT the original program excluded such furloughs for convicted first-degree murderers.

Horton had been doing time for the October 26, 1974, Lawrence, Massachusetts, fatal gas station hold up, in which Horton and two accomplices robbed Joseph Fournier, a 17-year-old gas station attendant, then fatally stabbed him 19 times after he'd cooperated by handing over all of the money in the cash register. Many (including myself) saw THAT early crime as a racially motivated murder, as Fournier was white...his assailants, black.

At any rate, President Obama DID sign the "Fair Sentencing Act" into law in 2010. That law was set up to reduce the disparities in sentencing between powdered cocaine and crack cocaine...despite the fact that the impulsive violence exhibited by crack addicts which plagued America's inner cities in the late 1980s and early 1990s sparked the passage of laws that doled out stiffer sentences to crack-addicts.

Shortly after his release, Callahan fatally stabbed his ex-girlfriend to death, then murdered her two children, age 7 and 10, in Columbus, Ohio. The horrific crime drew national attention because the children were allegedly murdered to eliminate them as witnesses in the brutal massacre of their 32-year-old mother.

Barack Obama seems at least AS culpable in the Wendell Callahan incident as Michael Dukakis was in the Willie Horton incident. Although there are STILL some who defend Michael Dukakis over the Willie Horton release and claim the Republican attacks on Dukakis over that incident was a misleading, low blow.

Actually, it was a fellow Democrat, AlGore, who first brought the Horton incident to light. George "Pappy" Bush's team merely used it more effectively.
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