Thursday, August 29, 2013

Having to show an ID to vote is racist.........

Via Blue

"Anyone hosting a PATCON is an agent of the FBI." ? :)

2013 Fall NC PATCON UPDATE: TWO (2) months to go. Wednesday October 2nd to Monday October 7th 


Comment by cavmedic68w on Mystery grows: Journalist died prepping Obama expose'

 Don't feel bad.

According to the shameless, lying douchebag Sipsey.

Anyone hosting a PATCON is an agent of the FBI.


Thursday, August 29, 2013

Pretty funny move on the part of the Kerodin Kleptocrat Komedy Kabal. Unconsciously and unintentionally so or a hat tip to the Fibbies?

Readers may recall my previous stories on the FBI operation known as PATCON, short for "Patriot Conspiracy." If not, you may go here and here to get up to speed. PATCON was a very deadly conspiracy in its own right by the FBI against the Constitution of the United States, using useful idiots in the so-called "Patriot" community. They are still desperate to cover up the links between PATCON and the Oklahoma City Bombing.

So imagine my amusement when I learned that Kerodin and Kompany are hosting a gathering they call "PatCon" on that God-forsaken piece of undeveloped scrub in Idaho they call "The Citadel." See "Event planned for Citadel."

So are these people -- who attempted to steal an idea, hijack a movement and trademark the Roman numeral III* (see below) -- being ignorantly, unconsciously and unintentionally funny or is this a hat tip to the constitutional criminals of the FBI?

Posted by Dutchman6 at 3:14 PM


As always, almost all of the comments were made by anonymous posters.

Mystery grows: Journalist died prepping Obama exposé


Before his death in a fiery car crash, Michael Hastings was preparing to publish a major investigative piece tied to the undercover agent who is suspected of sanitizing President Obama’s passport records prior to the 2008 presidential election.

The mystery has only deepened since the Los Angeles Coroner’s Office ruled that drugs in his system at the time of the June 18 crash, including amphetamines and marijuana, likely did not contribute to the crash.

Hastings, 33 years old at the time of his death, wrote for Gentleman’s Quarterly, Rolling Stone and Buzzfeed, reporting on national security issues.

His June 2010 article in Rolling Stone featuring remarks highly critical of the Obama administration made by Gen. Stanley McChrystal — then the commander of allied forces in Afghanistan — led to President Obama relieving McChrystal of command.

Reported drug use.

 More @ WND


Via Knuckledraggin' My Life Away


The Blue Helmets

Via Robert the Irish

This is the wrong picture and I guess the original one got corrupted. This picture via Aaron.

Would-be robber fatally shot by homeowner

Via Equal Force

 A would-be robber was fatally shot Wednesday and an accomplice was hospitalized after a homeowner returned gunfire during a home invasion on Marsh Market Road in northwestern Accomack County.

It was the second time this year in the area in which the victim in a home-invasion robbery fired a shot at an armed man.

The Accomack County Sheriff’s Office received a call about the incident around 9:49 p.m. Wednesday.

More @ Delmarva

In Stunning Move UK Parliament Rejects Syria Military Strike, Obama "Willing To Go It Alone"

Moments ago the UK House of Commons, in a razor thin vote, rejected the Cameron proposal for military action in Syria with a vote 285 to 272. Cameron promptly said he would respect the will of the House of Commons and UK Defense Secretary Phillip Hammond confirmed there would be no UK military intervention in Syria. Incidentally, this may have been the best outcome for an already humiliated British premier who will avoid being dragged into an unpopular war having both sided with his greatest ally, the US, and also relented and listened to the voice of the people. More importantly, the "people" in the UK actually had a voice, which is more than can so far be said about developments in the US. And speaking of the US, the NYT reports that even as the Syrian war "option" is slowly being shut out for staunch US allies (except for France of course), that Obama is "willing to move ahead with a limited military strike on Syria even while allies like Britain are debating whether to join the effort [ZH: and have now voted against it] and without an endorsement from the United Nations Security Council" citing senior administration officials.
The ETA for a unilateral move by Obama may be as soon as Saturday:
Although the officials cautioned that Mr. Obama had not made a final decision, all indications suggest that the strike could occur as soon as United Nations inspectors, who are investigating the Aug. 21 attack that killed hundreds of Syrians, leave the country. They are scheduled to depart Damascus, the capital, on Saturday.

More @ Zero Hedge

US Finally Admits What Ron Paul Said: "Nobody Knows Who Set Off The Gas"

Via  Michael   & NC Renegade

More with video @ Zero Hedge

The AP reports that US intelligence officials are admitting that linking Syrian President Bashar Assad or his inner circle to an alleged chemical weapons attack is no "slam dunk," as opposed to Obama (and Kerry) who are 'unequivocal' of the fact.

Via AP,
The intelligence linking Syrian President Bashar Assad or his inner circle to an alleged chemical weapons attack is no "slam dunk," with questions remaining about who actually controls some of Syria's chemical weapons stores and doubts about whether Assad himself ordered the strike, U.S. intelligence officials say.

an intercept of Syrian military officials discussing the strike was among low-level staff, with no direct evidence tying the attack back to an Assad insider or even a senior Syrian commander, the officials said.

So while Secretary of State John Kerry said Monday that links between the attack and the Assad government are "undeniable," U.S. intelligence officials are not so certain that the suspected chemical attack was carried out on Assad's orders, or even completely sure it was carried out by government forces, the officials said.
Perhaps more concerning...
Another possibility that officials would hope to rule out: that stocks had fallen out of the government's control and were deployed by rebels in a callous and calculated attempt to draw the West into the war.
"The danger of escalation with Russia is very high," Ron Paul warns in this brief Fox News interview. After casting doubts on the government's 'knowledge' and reasoning in the region, Paul gets straight to the point. Simply put, he notes, despite the ongoing headlines of 'proof' and 'dreadful videos', Paul states "We're not positive who set off the gas," and indeed - who is set to benefit most from any Assad-regime-smackdown? Al-Qaeda.

 "Assad is not an idiot," Paul adds, "it's unlikely he would do this on purpose... look how many lies were told to us about Saddam Hussein prior to that build-up." A lot of uncomrtable truths in this brief clip for an administration that has crossed its own red line (as we noted here) on actions against Syria now... "I think it's a false flag..." Paul adds, there is a big risk that "we are getting sucked in" and the American people are against this war.

The complete idiotic's chart to understand the Middle East

Via victor_koldun

I'm just sorry I missed

Via Equal Force

A couple of accused burglars got more than they bargained for Wednesday morning, when Lake Mary police said they tried to break into a man's house on Webster Street.

Lake Mary police told FOX 35 that the burglars weren't counting on the homeowner being inside when they smashed his back doors. Instead of money and jewelry, the first thing they saw was the barrel of his 9mm.

"I heard a crash, and glass breaking, a tremendous crash," said homeowner John Davies.

When he heard glass shattering inside his house at about 9 a.m., Davies wasted no time, grabbing his gun and going to investigate.

"I saw two men who had just smashed the sliding glass door into a thousand pieces," he said.

Lake Mary police said one of those men had a gun, but Davies fired two shots first. The men took off.

More @ WOGX

Sheriff: E. Texas man holds burglar at gunpoint, accomplices arrested after chase

 According to preliminary reports, the homeowner arrived at his residence and discovered five men in his home who were in the process of burglarizing it.

Wednesday at 1:17 p.m., multiple units from the Smith County Sheriff's Office responded to a 911 call on County Road 4142 after a homeowner caught several men in the process of burglarizing his house and reportedly held one of them at gunpoint until deputies arrived.

"According to preliminary reports, the homeowner arrived at his residence and discovered five men in his home who were in the process of burglarizing it," said John Moore, public information officer, Smith County Sheriff's Office. "The burglars were in different vehicles. Four of them left the scene in a Chevrolet Tahoe, but one of them was in a different vehicle and was detained at gunpoint by the homeowner. A number of Smith County deputies, detectives and other personnel responded to the scene and took the individual at the residence into custody."

More @ KLTV

Oakland Park homeowner opens fire on suspected burglar


A suspected burglar who attempted to rob an Oakland Park house Wednesday evening was shot by the homeowner, police said.

Broward Sheriff’s Office said Kevin Madigan, 45, of Boca Raton, broke into 73-year-old Charles Rieckman’s home at 4431 NE 18th Ave., through his front window, and stole a TV.

As Madigan was trying to put the TV in his getaway car, a Toyota Camry, Rieckman went for his gun.

The robber then attacked a neighbor that was standing outside her home and tried to steal her phone as she was reporting the robbery to police. That’s when Rieckman emerged from his home and fired several shots at Madigan as he was attacking the woman.

A wounded Madigan fled in his car, but eventually crashed in the area of Northeast 43rd Street and 11th Avenue.

More @ Miami Herald

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116 House Members Demand Obama Get Congressional Approval for Syria Attack

As of Wednesday evening, 116 members of the House of Representatives—18 Democrats among them—have signed a letter to Barack Obama insisting that any strikes against Syria must first be authorized by Congress. 

The letter asserts that a strike without Congressional authorization would be unconstitutional. The leader of the group, Rep. Scott Rigell (R-VA), said, “Engaging our military in Syria when no direct threat to the United States exists and without prior congressional authorization would violate the separation of powers that is clearly delineated in the Constitution.”

More @ Breitbart

Beretta ARX100 - Overview

Via mpopenker

Picture of Girl

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Suspect in WWII vet slay: We were buying crack from victim


Yeah, right..........

One of the teens charged with beating to death a World War II veteran allegedly claimed he was buying crack cocaine from the 88-year-old and the transaction turned violent — but cops said there is no evidence to support that.

 The allegation was denounced as bizarre by victim Delbert “Shorty” Belton’s family and even dismissed by the defense lawyer for the other teen accused in the Spokane, Wash., case, which has drawn national attention.

More @ NBC

The Wheels Just Came Off the Syria War Wagon

Via WiscoDave


A U.S. State Department spokesman admitted yesterday that the U.S. doesn’t know whether a low-level, rogue Syrian official is responsible for the chemical weapons attacks.

Today, the wheels came off the war wagon altogether.

AP reports:

An intercept of Syrian military officials discussing the strike was among low-level staff, with no direct evidence tying the attack back to an Assad insider or even a senior Syrian commander, the officials said.

So while Secretary of State John Kerry said Monday that links between the attack and the Assad government are “undeniable,” U.S. intelligence officials are not so certain that the suspected chemical attack was carried out on Assad’s orders, or even completely sure it was carried out by government forces, the officials said.

More @ Zero Hedge

2,400 Year Old Wisdom On The NSA, Edward Snowden, And Gun Control

Via WiscoDave

Submitted by Simon Black of Sovereign Man blog,

Nearly 2,400 years ago, Aristotle wrote one of the defining works of political philosophy in a book entitled Politics.

It’s still incredibly relevant today, particularly what he writes about tyranny.

The ancient Greeks used the word ‘turannos’, which referred to an illegitimate ruler who governs without regard for the law or interests of the people, often through violent and coercive means.

Aristotle attacks tyrants mercilessly in his book, and clearly spells out the criteria which make a leader tyrannical. You may recognize a few of them:
  1. Artistotle suggests that a tyrant rises to power by first demonstrating that he is a man of the people:
    “He ought to show himself to his subjects in the light, not of a tyrant, but of a steward and a king.”
    “He should be moderate, not extravagant in his way of life; he should win the notables by companionship, and the multitude by flattery.”
  2. But once in power, a tyrant uses all available means to hold on to power, including spying on his people:

SYRIA: Barack Hussein Obama is supporting, funding, and ordering the US military train the people in this video

Via LH

 WARNING: Very Graphic Images


The U.S.-backed FSA (Free Syrian Army) now is comprised mainly of al-Qaeda and other terrorist-linked rebels, whom the UN says were likely behind the recent chemical attacks.  Obama doesn’t care. The missiles he is planning to launch will help them. 

More @ Bare Naked Islam

Engineer builds wheelchair fitted with a Flamethrower

Via WiscoDave

Missouri poised to enact measure nullifying federal gun laws

Via Billy

The Republican-led Missouri Legislature is expected to override Gov. Jay Nixon’s veto of a bill that would expand gun rights and make federal gun regulations unenforceable -- even as similar laws adopted in other states to buck federal gun rules face legal challenges.

Several of Nixon’s fellow Democrats told The Associated Press that they would vote to override his veto when lawmakers convene in September, even while agreeing with the governor that the bill couldn’t survive a court challenge. Many of them noted that in some parts of Missouri, a “no” vote on gun legislation could be career ending.

More @ Fox

Black Teen Rapes 93-Yr-Old White Grandmother

Via Michael

Story posted previously, but the update is for the fact he will be tried as an adult.

Rival campers who opened fire turn out to be sheriff's deputies

Via Busted Knuckles



An apparent booze-fueled dispute over loud music between two groups at a Chino campground over the weekend escalated to the point where men from both sides drew guns and opened fire.

No one was hurt, but the two alleged gunmen have plenty to explain.

It turns out that the rival gun-toting campers were both Los Angeles County sheriff's deputies.

This is the most dangerous time in modern history-intelligence insider update

Via LH


“We’re in the most dangerous time in modern world history and here’s why, here’s what’s happening,” stated my source deep within the spy world early this morning.

“We’re seeing a combination of a nine-percent overall approval rating for intervention in Syria, or the absence of public support for the globalist plans by the Obama regime, the UK, the Saudis and other NATO allies. When have we seen this before, and what does history tell us? The increased likelihood of a false flag event larger and causing more public outrage than the alleged chemical weapons attacks.”

My source continued, “think Gulf of Tonkin, the Lusitania, even Pearl Harbor, use those as your historical guides for what we’re seeing today. Make no mistake, the global agenda has not changed,” he emphasized. “When their primary plan backfires or meets resistance, they have alternate plans. In the coming days or weeks, we could see an event that will be horrendous enough to change that nine-percent backing. Also, time is not on their side, they need to act within a short window as the anti-Assad ‘rebels’ are being beaten badly without Western assistance.”

Benghazi, briefly

Rossi Circuit Judge 45Colt/.410 carbine What price versatility?

Via Oleg Volk 

Circuit Judge is often recommended to female shooters.

Taurus's Circuit Judge has been hailed by some as the ideal all-around shotgun and carbine. It is light, has a simple manual of arms - the same as most double action revolvers - and can fire either solid ball or shot. It's been marketed both for small game hunting and for personal defense. Attracted by the versatility, I got one and tested it with a variety of ammunition.

This carbine comes with an 18.5 "rifled barrel: it is primarily a pistol caliber carbine and only secondarily a shotgun. If you want to fire shot, the thread protector on the front of the muzzle should be removed and replaced with "de-spinning" choke which has coarse threads in reverse of the regular rifling. That mostly reverses the spin of the shot charge that would otherwise produce a donut-shaped pellet pattern. The transition is a bit abrupt but it appears to work reasonably well - provided the shot is in a cup wad as is the case with most modern shotshells. Firing .45 Colt cartridges with that choke in place is counterindicated by the instruction manual, so mixing shotshells and pistol ammunition in the same cylinder is not practical.

                                                               More @ All Outdoor

Group starts assembling pole for Confederate flag

Via Billy

There is new information about the group planning to hoist a giant Confederate flag along I-95 in Chesterfield County.

 The Virginia Flaggers group said they have started to assemble the 50-foot high flagpole along the interstate somewhere in Chesterfield. The group is still keeping the location secret for now.


More with poll and video @ WTVR

Obama's EO ban almost all re-imports of military surplus firearms to private entities

Via WiscoDave

The White House just announced two new executive measures for gun control. The announcement came to reporters via email.

"FACT SHEET: New Executive Actions to Reduce Gun Violence," the subject of the announcement reads.

"Today, the Obama administration announced two new common-sense executive actions to keep the most dangerous firearms out of the wrong hands and ban almost all re-imports of military surplus firearms to private entities. These executive actions build on the 23 executive actions that the Vice President recommended as part of the comprehensive gun violence reduction plan and the President unveiled on January 16, 2013," reads the White House's announcement.