Archive for November, 2014

Whiskey Tango Foxtrot

The exhausted-looking president who appeared before reporters after his party lost control of the Senate was determined not to give them a word to replace “shellacking”, the infamous soundbite he provided when Democrats were similarly polished off in the House of Representatives during 2010.

“It doesn’t make me mopey,” Barack Obama insisted at the post-election press conference, in the East Room of the White House four weeks ago. “[This result] energises me because it means that this democracy is working. People in America were restless.”

But the presidential energy was hard to see at first. Obama’s rumpled body language spoke of 2,114 days in office clearly weighing on frustrated shoulders. For a while, “mopey” appeared to be an entirely appropriate update on “shellacked”.

Not only did he seem physically defeated, but the president also spoke of a need for new ideological compromise with the triumphant Republican leadership, joking of…

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Why I Stopped Going Out In America

Posted: November 30, 2014 in Uncategorized

Patriot Mouse

In the 90s I enjoyed going out and having a good time. But lately I find nothing out there of interest. All consequences of 20 years of racial horror that has transformed America from a productive europanic society to a negative dark society with danger lurking in every corner.

It is not merely the lack of places to call our own, it is the transformation of those spaces that should not be changed.

I recently visited a pool hall I enjoyed going to. But on every inch of it were TV screens and all blasting football games. Why? Why was this necessary. For one thing, certainly such annoyances would distract from serious pool playing. How could the patrons tolerate it? But tolerate they did. Why did the management spend so much money on such things? One wonders. The dazed zombies now demand their zombie tube constantly to watch negro sports…

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Premillennialism and the Tribulation — Part III: Pretribulationism (continued) ^ | 1955 | John F. Walvoord

Posted on 11/30/2014, 2:21:01 PM by wmfights

Argument from imminency of the return of Christ. One of the precious promises left as a heritage to His disciples was the announcement of Christ in the Upper Num Room, “I come again.” The literalness of this passage, though often assailed, is obvious. Christ said: “And if I go and prepare a place for you, I come again, and will receive you unto myself; that where I am, there ye may be also” (John 14:3). Just as literally as Christ went to heaven, so He will come again to receive His disciples to Himself and to take them to the Father’s house…MORE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

via Premillennialism and the Tribulation — Part III: Pretribulationism (continued).

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Freddy’s Note:
This police chief is to be commended for telling lt “Like it Is”. It is completely stupid that liberals are upset at police in the nation for killing black criminals who are trying to kill or injure them. The Liberal media should arrested for their lies and instigating riots.

At a police commission meeting related to that shooting, protesters began disrupting the group and shouting anti-police phrases at officers.

They also singled out Chief Flynn as being uncaring and mocked him for being on his cell phone during part of the meeting.

There was only one problem: Flynn was actually on his phone being notified about a drive-by shooting that was carried out by a black gang, which took the life of a 5-year-old girl.

When a reporter outside the meeting brought up the phone call as a way to belittle Chief Flynn, he took it personally —…

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News for the Revolution

Human Rights Watch documents ‘sting’ operations
Report raises questions about post-9/11 civil rights

By Spencer Ackerman
November 30, 2014
The Guardian

FBI-Created-17-False-Flag-Terrorist-Attacks-Nearly all of the highest-profile domestic terrorism plots in the United States since 9/11 featured the “direct involvement” of government agents or informants, a new report says.

Some of the controversial “sting” operations “were proposed or led by informants”, bordering on entrapment by law enforcement. Yet the courtroom obstacles to proving entrapment are significant, one of the reasons the stings persist.

The lengthy report, released on Monday by Human Rights Watch, raises questions about the US criminal justice system’s ability to respect civil rights and due process in post-9/11 terrorism cases. It portrays a system that features not just the sting operations but secret evidence, anonymous juries, extensive pretrial detentions and convictions significantly removed from actual plots.

“In some cases the FBI may have created terrorists out of…

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The Daley Gator

Bob Owens links to Michael Yon,a former Green Beret who knows a great deal about deadly force, fire fights, and shooting to “wound”

After a self-defense shooting where the aggressor dies, we often hear the same questions asked time and again.

“He didn’t have a weapon. Why was he shot in the chest/head?”

“He only had a bat/knife/fist. Why wasn’t he shot in the shoulder/arm?”

“Why didn’t they just shooting him in the arm/leg?”

When specifically discussing a shooting involving a uniformed law enforcement officer with his duty belt full of tools, we often hear, “Why didn’t they use pepper spray/nightstick/taser instead of a gun?”

One person in a unique position to answer that question is Michael Yon.

Yon is a former Green Beret who left the service after killing a much larger man in a bar fight in self-defense with a single punch.

He then worked private security, including…

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Freddy’s Note:
It seems to me that the police could have used all the help they can get in Ferguson Mo.  After the police interviewed the group, they allowed them to stay. But suddenly after a bunch of Press Inquiries they then tell them to get out of town.  Mismanagement by the worst run Police Department in the world once again.  Luckily the Oath Keepers say they will stay.

Oath Keepers Arrive to Keep the peace : By Brandon Davis of Concealed Nation
Members of the group Oath Keepers headed to Ferguson to do their part in protecting businesses and citizens from the violence that has plagued the city since the grand jury announcement not to indict Officer Wilson in the shooting death of 18-year-old Michael Brown in August.

After news reports of the National Guard not being deployed as promised on the first night of riots, members…

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