Wednesday, June 4, 2014

"Gun-control Canada" = 3 RCMP officers dead, 2 wounded in Moncton shooting

  • The RCMP identified the suspect of a massive manhunt as 24-year-old Justin Bourque. This image of Bourque was taken by Moncton Times and Transcript photojournalist Viktor Pivovarov.
  • The RCMP identified the suspect of a massive manhunt as 24-year-old Justin Bourque. This image of Bourque was taken by Moncton Times and Transcript photojournalist Viktor Pivovarov. ( Viktor Pivovarov/Moncton Times and Transcript)
The New Brunswick RCMP have confirmed that three officers have been killed and two have been wounded in a shooting in Moncton.

A police manhunt is still underway for Justin Bourque, 24. The RCMP say Bourque is considered "armed and dangerous."

"There is an active shooter in the Moncton area. We’re asking residents to stay in their homes and lock their doors," said Rogers-Marsh.

At 10:05 p.m. AT RCMP said the shooter was near the Costco.

More @ CBC News

Why I’m considering quitting.


This is getting to feel more and more each day like trying to run while submerged in liquid cement.  Why bother?  If people are incapable on what must be a spiritual level of processing the most obvious, simple things; if all of the explanations, if all of the writing and speaking is the equivalent of trying to teach linear algebra to a clump of wet lint, why bother?

Obama used the known deserter/traitor/musloid convert Bergdahl for the release of the top five most valuable Gitmo detainees because the entire former American government, now fronted by the imbecile-puppet Obama, along with the Clinton machine, and a massive contingent of bureaucrat operatives loyal to the megabanks saturating all three branches and the military, has been overthrown and is explicitly allied with islam.  Obama, Clinton, the FBI, the CIA, the Pentagon and on and on has been completely infiltrated by the Musloid Brotherhood, and those not in the MB per se are allied with it because it is a highly complementary political system with a litany of shared goals and objectives, namely the establishment of a tyrannical oligarchy looting and dominating by terror a massive, destitute underclass.

Obama IS Musloid Brotherhood, for all intents and purposes.  They own him and have since his earliest days.  No, he doesn’t believe in the faux-religious aspects of the musloid political system, because almost none of the musloids above the very lowest caste do.  It’s a TOTALITARIAN POLITICAL SYSTEM, not a religion.  Hillary Clinton is up to her neck in Musloid Brotherhood.  Good grief, her right hand “man” and likely lesbian concubine, Huma Abedin, is the daughter of TWO of the highest-ranking Musloid Brotherhood leaders on the planet.  The CIA is headed by a “convert” to islam, John Brennan.

When I read commentator after commentator breathlessly asking, “Why would they do this?  It looks so bad!”  I just shake my head.  They did it because THEY ARE THE ENEMY.  They’re not Americans.  America is dead.  It’s their state now, and they will do what they want, when they want, and what you think about it or what the Constitution or the old U.S. Code says is utterly, totally, completely irrelevant.

They don’t care that it looks bad because the overthrow of the constitutional republic is a fait accompli and has been for YEARS.  What the hell are you going to do about it?

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"Zoomie: Someone Should Burn In Hell For This"


swatco flashbang

General: Deserter should never draw a free breath

Retired U.S. Army Lt. Gen. William “Jerry” Boykin says Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl is clearly a deserter who should never draw a free breath, and President Obama is guilty of high crimes and misdemeanors for once again ignoring federal law in pursuit of an administration goal.

Boykin is also ripping the president for releasing five key Taliban figures in exchange for Bergdahl and slamming the Obama administration for attacking the character of Afghanistan veterans who publicly denounce Bergdahl’s actions in Afghanistan.

The general said Obama’s actions in this episode demonstrate why he is unfit for office. He categorically dismissed Obama’s contention that the exchange had to happen to honor America’s commitment to leave no Americans behind. Boykin said that clearly wasn’t true in Benghazi and that the administration seems to have little regard for a U.S. Marine jailed in Mexico, an American pastor imprisoned in Iran or the Sudanese Christian in custody for her faith along with her two American children.

“This was about emptying out Guantanamo,” he said. “This was a backdoor deal. The reasons for it, the details of it will probably never come out in its entirety, but this is an ugly story.”

More @ WND

There Has Been A Colossal Shift In American Culture Values Since 2001

The United States is becoming a place where “anything goes”, and most Americans are okay with that. No matter which side of the “culture war” that you are on, you have to admit that our culture is being fundamentally transformed. In fact, new numbers from Gallup confirm that there has been a colossal shift in America’s moral values just since 2001. Over the past 13 years, we have become a dramatically different country. Many of the things that used to be considered “evil” are now considered to be “good”, and many of the things that used to be considered “good” are now considered to be “evil”. In other words, our culture is literally being turned upside down, and the “values” that our national leaders speak of today are far different from the “values” that our grandparents grew up with. So is this a good thing or a bad thing?

Every year, Gallup conducts an “annual Values and Beliefs survey”, and the survey results for 2014 have just been released. When you compare the numbers from 2001 to the numbers for this year, the difference in quite a few of the categories is quite striking. Here are a few examples…

Goodies From Ol' Remus

1937. Winterhaven Florida. Citrus worker's children.
More evidence of White Privilege.

Ponzi - we blow over $2 trillion a year on "social spending" when for one quarter of that, or just under $500 billion a year, we could guarantee every household in this country a $32,000 a year after-tax income? Where did the other $1,500 billion go?
Karl Denninger at 

Court of no appeals - I can’t find anything in the Constitution that authorizes the Supreme Court to decide upon the constitutionality of legislation... I am perplexed that the individuals claiming to have the sole right to declare what is, or isn’t, constitutional can derive that right from a constitution which doesn’t grant it to them.
Paul Hein at

Illegal Aliens

If "the system is broken," they broke it. There is no "legal ambiguity". Non-citizens in large numbers are in the United States unlawfully. They're not here accidentally or unknowingly. The law requires they be identified and removed. There's nothing ambiguous about it. But DC abandoned its duty art-link-symbol-tiny-grey-arrow-only-rev01.gif and now acts as counsel for the defense, a rather undemanding job in the absence of a prosecution. They suggest Congress pardon the illegals, who they paint as blameless bystanders victimized by mere chance in some malevolent misunderstanding. Why would the people not believe they've been had? Have the people no place at the table? Now DHS is presenting the accumulated consequences of their malfeasance as cause for the legislature to excuse, rather than make good on, their nonperformance. And they will. This is the real broken system. 

DC should have a care about observing the law. It protects the people from DC, yes, and they really dislike that part. But it also protects DC from the people. The law is DC's entire claim to legitimacy, yet they seem intent on repudiating it in the most public way possible. Bad idea. It's an absolute, rock-bottom, fundamental principle: a contract is valid only if both parties comply with its provisions. We wouldn't want the people to think the deal is off, now would we? Next thing you know they may not vote. Or something. 

art-link-symbol-small-rev01.jpg Not so lone wolves
We will consider evidence with regard to several Obama era mass shootings indicating that multiple offenders may have been involved and not single, or lone wolf, offenders, as claimed by now concretized MSM/government narratives. This evidence, together with an accompanying probabilistic analysis, suggests that it is reasonable to suppose that at least one of the many recent official MSM/government mass public shooting narratives is, quite simply, false in terms of the number of shooters involved, says Jason Kissner in this article, A Plague of Lone Gunmen in the Age of Obama?, at American Thinker.

art-link-symbol-small-rev01.jpg Arctic lean-to
Lean-to shelters have become one of the touchstones of bushcraft, particularly northern forest bushcraft. They are often held up as superb survival shelter—in combination with a long log fire—ideal for surviving cold conditions with limited or no sleeping equipment. This combination is indeed very effective in keeping you warm through the night. It is entirely possible to comfortably sleep outside in ambient temperatures significantly lower than inside a domestic freezer, says Paul Kirtley in this article, Arctic Lean-To Revisited, at Paul Kirtley's Blog.

1963 Chevrolet Corvette Z06 Mickey Thompson's Personal Z06

 S140 1963 Chevrolet Corvette Z06  Mickey Thompson's Personal Z06 Photo 1

- Mickey Thompson's personal ZO6
- Previously known to be "The Sears/Allstate Tire Test Car"
- Recently discovered by David Burroughs' Prove It to be Thompson's personal driver
- Thompson likely spent more time driving #6844 than all four of his other Z06 race Corvettes
- #6844 was also used as the advertising model for Mickey Thompson mag wheels
- L84 327/360 HP Fuel Injection
- M20 close-ratio 4-speed transmission
- N03 36 gallon fuel tank
- Mickey Thompson's original Chevron credit card

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NC: Cruisin' To The Cape Car Show, Cape Carteret June 7th, 2014 

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NC: 56th Annual Big Rock Blue Marlin Tournament, Morehead City June 6th - 14th 2014. More than $1 million in cash


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NC: Public Hearing Set for Coyote Hunting in Red Wolf Reintroduction Area


The N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission will hold a public hearing to receive comments on proposed temporary rules regarding coyote hunting in the five-county red wolf reintroduction area in northeastern North Carolina.
The hearing is scheduled for 7 p.m. on June 19 in the auditorium of Columbia High School, located at 902 East Main Street, Columbia, in Tyrrell County.
The comment period is June 2-23. Comments can be emailed to or mailed to N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission, 1701 Mail Service Center, Raleigh, N.C. 27699-1701. For more information on Wildlife Commission temporary rulemaking, go to
The temporary rules will fulfill the requirements of a recent federal court order that prohibits taking of coyotes in Dare, Tyrrell, Hyde, Beaufort and Washington counties, day or night, except under extremely limited circumstances. The prohibition is already in effect.
The court order stems from a lawsuit in which the Wildlife Commission is alleged to have violated the federal Endangered Species Act by allowing coyote hunting in those counties where an experimental reintroduction of the red wolf is occurring. The Wildlife Commission has requested an immediate programmatic evaluation by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to examine the feasibility of accomplishing the goals of its nonessential experimental red wolf reintroduction.

Video: Bergdahl Squad Leader: He Totally Deserted

Via LH

WATCH: Fellow Soldiers Continue to Detail Bergdahl's Betrayal and Desertion


As the Obama administration continues to staunchly defend the decision to bring Bowe Bergdahl home as a hero, many of his fellow soldiers and parents of soldiers who were killed looking for him are continuing to speak out about how he deserted them on the battlefield, a move they consider a major betrayal. Watch some of their statements below.

Sgt. Matt Vierkan on CNN:
"I was pissed off then and I am even more so now with everything going on," said former Sgt. Matt Vierkant, a member of Bergdahl's platoon when he went missing on June 30, 2009. "Bowe Bergdahl deserted during a time of war and his fellow Americans lost their lives searching for him." Vierkant said Bergdahl needs to not only acknowledge his actions publicly but face a military trial for desertion under the Uniform Code of Military Justice.

More with videos @ Townhall

Bergdahl's hometown cancels 'Welcome Home' ceremony amid questions, threats

Via avordvet

“This man deserves no welcome," reads one of the many emails City Administrator Heather Dawson has fielded at City Hall. "His reward is being alive, unlike the brave soldiers who actually followed their orders and continued to search for him knowing full well he had deserted his post.”

“You and anyone else involved in organizing this farce of a celebration should be ashamed of yourselves,” reads another.

Employees and the business that have supported Bowe’s release, like the Muleshore Tavern, Luke's Family Pharmacy and The Sun Valley Brewery,  have received angry messages and even death threats from people both around the country and even from within the once close-knit community.

More @ Fox

Situation in the Ukraine/Crimea *Photos - Videos* ONLY

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Soldier: Army told us to lie about Bergdahl’s capture

Via avordvet

 The State Department’s attempt to shut up the soldiers who served with Bowe Bergdahl at the time of his capture may end up backfiring on the White House, which has apparently decided to attack their integrity rather than explain their own spin on the issue.  One soldier appeared on Fox and Friends this morning who took part in the post-desertion search for Bergdahl and said that the military instructed them to lie about the circumstances of Bergdahl’s disappearance (via Noah Rothman at Mediaite):

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"US Air Force" destroyed in North Korean military exercise video :) !

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WarSport LVOA: The AR Perfected?

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Cochran and McDaniel headed for a runoff in Mississippi

Cochran and McDaniel headed for a runoff in Mississippi

There are still some votes to be counted in Mississippi at the time of this writing, and Chris McDaniel’s vote total is achingly close to the 50 percent he needs to avoid a runoff to settle the Republican Senate primary, but it seems highly likely that voters will have one more chance to choose between the two candidates in three weeks.  Daybreak on Wednesday found 99 percent of precincts counted, putting McDaniel at 49.6 percent, incumbent Senator Thad Cochran 48.9 percent.

A third candidate, Thomas Carey, pulled a little under 2 percent.

That means McDaniel only needs to pick up about 1,200 votes to avoid the runoff.  It doesn’t look like it’s going to happen, but man, a race doesn’t get much closer than that.

2006/2009 Oak Ridge and 2013 Watertown WWII Reenactments

Via Jeffery

The president and Ms. Rice seem to think that the crime of desertion in wartime is kind of like skipping class.

Via LH

Congratulations, Mr. President! And identical congrats to your sorcerer’s apprentice, National Security Adviser Susan Rice. By trying to sell him as an American hero, you’ve turned a deserter already despised by soldiers in the know into quite possibly the most-hated individual soldier in the history of our military.

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“I just don’t want to see him hailed as a hero and I just want him to face the consequences of his own actions and possibly face court martial for desertion.”

- Gerald Sutton, Army infantryman who served with Bergdahl

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Bugging out: Why I missed best time to bug out

Best way to survive is not being close to any problems. Like I describe in my survival course about my experience in Balkan war I missed my chance to bug out in time. I ended up surrounded by enemy army and trapped in city for a year without power and regular resources. Everyone fighting for the little what was left and being shot at by snipers and artillery from enemies did not make experience any better.

There are many reasons why people fail to bug out. Last week Jay (guy I run this website with) left Bangkok because of military coup. He first did not want to leave right away but then common sense won and he left. You can read about what happened in our forum. Nothing bad happened after he left, but it could have.

There can be many reasons like failure to recognize that S. gonna hit the fan, blocked streets on the way out of the city, problems convincing everyone to leave or just some special events you want to stay for.

I mention many times why I failed to leave city before everything became blocked. So I said that simply I did not see signs, or even if I saw something that looked serious to me, I assure myself that everything gonna be OK in short.

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White House aides accuse former comrades of 'swift-boating' Bowe Bergdahl

White House aides have accused members of Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl's unit of “swift-boating” the 28-year-old Idahoan for claiming that he deserted his post in Afghanistan nearly five years ago, MSNBC's Chuck Todd reported.

"I've had a few aides describe it to me as 'we didn't know that they were going to swift-boat Bergdahl,'" Todd said Wednesday.

Bergdahl Team Leader: Bergdahl sought talks with the Taliban

Via LH