Saturday, August 31, 2019

Dispatches from the Race War

Via 4Branch


All cultures are equal. At least, as things are going, they soon will be. But couldn’t they be equal somewhere else?

Month after month after month, surprising as sunrise, predictable as the value of pi, come the casualty reports documenting racial disaster. Details change. The substance does not. Gangs of American Africans beat whites into brain damage, often rape and sometimes torture, kill policemen, loot stores, burn our cities. Week after week sullen dark faces glare from mug shots. The stories run briefly in the local press and are disappeared.

(But you already know it must be Fred)

 

Fred of Fred On Everything and his lovely wife in Ajijic. Expatriate's galore here but I feel just fine walking the streets of Guadalajara and making do with the little Spanish I know and dealing with many who have little or no English.  There are many Spanish who have not married outside their class/race that it is difficult to tell they are not Caucasians and I think most of the time they think that I am from here also. (Though Spanish are considered Caucasian) Very friendly and they are extremely polite in receiving your money and counting carefully when they hand your change back. The weather is more pleasant down here, though only 1 1/2 hours away.  As Fred says it gets almost cold enough that you want heat and almost hot enough to want A/C of which he has none. It's not cheap though, where new car dealers abound and is about 2 1/2 times more expensive than Vietnam.

Why We Carry: Video Captures Random Woman Stabbing Child in Face, Parents Helpless To Stop


When we think about violence in Georgia, our minds automatically go to the Peach State.

Not that it’s an especially violent place, mind you, but it’s where our minds drift to whenever we hear about a video which demonstrates why self-defense is so important.

Our latest evidence for the importance of concealed carry doesn’t come from the Georgia that Ray Charles rhapsodized about, however.

It comes from a bit further afield: Tbilisi, the capital of the former Soviet state of Georgia, is in the news due to a woman who attacked two children in the street, stabbing one in the face and trying to slash the other one before their parents were able to chase the assailant away.

More @ WJ

Back to the Sixties


Via Tom

 Kill a Commie For Mommy

Kill A Commie For Mommy T-shirt 

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Jessi Combs Dead in Land-Speed Racing Accident

PATCON XVI June 6, 2000

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Via Tom "Yes.  sadly i was hoping i'd be good to go by then, but this might be the year to drop the fall event.  much will happen by spring besides the sideshow that is the elections.  i expect massive voter fraud and riots by march 2021, regardless of who wins.  might need a permit to hold spring patcon if the dems had their way."


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PS:  The Spring PATCON will be held as usual with meet and greet to 11 AM, a speaker until noon and then the usual barbecue. Afterwards,  speakers in the PM  ending with a raffle as before. There will either be $250 or $500 in ammo offered depending on the turnout and speakers and other raffle items added later. See below for approximate schedule.
Two Month Notice PATCON XV

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Coleman One-Mantle Compact Propane Gas Lantern for Outdoor Use

 

Henschel Breezer Hat with CoolMax Band

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The twisted way educators are seeking diversity in education

Via Billy

 The twisted way educators are seeking diversity in education

Democratic presidential candidate and New York City Mayor Bill De Blasio may have a new claim for the campaign trail. He has been challenged to list his accomplishments, particularly after reports came out this week that the number of people leaving New York City has doubled in the last year.

However, he might rightfully claim that he wiped out racial disparity in the gifted and talented programs in New York City. De Blasio gave the problem to his school diversity advisory group two years ago, which just came back with a simple solution to eliminate the gifted and talented programs in most schools and poof! You will have racial equality.

More @ The Hill

How Can We Blame This On White Gun Owners?: At High School Football Game in Alabama Between All-Black Schools, Black Gunman Shoots At Least 10 People

Via John


What happens when a 100 percent non-white high school plays a 99 percent non-white high school in a football game in the state of Alabama? It should be noted for those unfamiliar with the two high schools, almost every student is black.

Why does this matter? Because the following event can’t be blamed on white gun-owners who fund the NRA with their lavish donations. This mass shooting involved only black people. [UPDATE: 9 shot, teen arrested in football shooting, WKRG.com, August 31, 2019]:

Florida Suspends Concealed Carry Requirement for People Fleeing Hurricane

Via Billy


Hurricane Dorian is likely about to hit the state of Florida and cause a wide swath of destruction.

As of early Saturday morning, the hurricane is a Category 4 storm with maximum sustained winds up to 140 miles per hour, according to The Weather Channel. That means a whole lot of mandatory evacuations are likely coming — and there’s an important suspension of a critical gun law that those fleeing the hurricane need to know about.

More @ WJ

Gun Store Hilariously Circumvents Facebook's Anti-Firearm Policy

Via Billy



It’s no secret that Facebook isn’t the biggest fan of firearms.

The company has a ban on advertisements that contain pictures or even mentions of guns, forcing anyone who wants to run an ad dealing with firearms to either break CEO Mark Zuckerberg’s rules, or get creative.

And we’re definitely glad that Oklahoma-based Murf’s Guns decided to take the latter approach with a video posted to Facebook on Friday.

The gun store’s video, which was also posted to YouTube, reiterates that Facebook doesn’t allow any advertisements with guns.

And it is comedy gold.

Pete D’Abrosca: NC Patriot or Grifter


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I look at actions versus words - if their actions and policies are consistent with their rhetoric, versus someone who says one thing (to get elected for example) but then does little or nothing to actually do so once in office.

In this particular instance, he is young, 27, and has just released a book he wrote on dishonest mass media (which I have not read) - he also posts on a couple websites and apparently runs this one. He wrote this piece, exposing the false narrative of gun grabbers in the wake of the Parkland shooting.

His campaign website is lacking much detail, not least his biography. Instead, it does have a donations page. If I understand it correctly, he appears to have been a native of Rhode Island, and most recently went to law school there.

I have limited interest in this, since I live in the formerly western frontier of NC, now called Tennessee. But for those of you folks who are trying to stem NC's slide into degeneracy, I thought it might be of interest. I am a big supporter of NCFIRE and in my outreach to Mr. D'Abrosca earlier today I asked if he was aware of the organization, particularly given that his major issue is immigration.

If, in fact, he is sincere in his platform, despite his youth and probable inexperience, I thought he may be a useful asset to cultivate. Conversely, if he is a grifter, it might be worthwhile to make others aware, most especially if he is a plant meant to simply draw votes away from an incumbent in a primary challenge.

--Terry

Friday, August 30, 2019

Charter School Asked to Leave District for Allowing Teachers to Carry Firearms

 Charter School Asked to Leave District for Allowing Teachers to Carry Firearms

Ascent Classic Academy, a charter school in Douglas County, Colorado, has been asked to leave its school district for allowing its teachers to concealed carry guns on campus.

The decision is one of the first major shakeups to the school district under new Superintendent Thomas Tucker’s leadership.

"Well, Govan, if we must die, let us die like men." Gen. Patrick R. Cleburne

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Trump’s Personal Assistant Abruptly Resigns After Caught Leaking Details About Trump’s Family and Oval Office Ops to Reporters

 

President Trump’s executive assistant Madeleine Westerhout resigned on Thursday after she was caught leaking details about Trump’s family and Oval Office operations to reporters.

Westerhout joined Trump’s transition team from the RNC and was not considered a ‘Trump loyalist.’

Politico reported:

Joe DiGenova: John Durham and the FBI MUST Interview Barack Obama Under Oath on FISA Scandal and Spying on Donald Trump

Via Billy


Thursday, August 29, 2019

Comment on : DOJ Inspector General Releases James Comey Report!! — Conclusion: Comey Violated Department and FBI Policies Pertaining to the Retention, Handling, and Dissemination of FBI Records and Information


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Predicted. 2018.

https://redpilljew.blogspot.com/2018/04/socialisms-gateway-drug.html

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At least, that was my thought for some time... but then I remembered something from an article on the fall of the Roman Empire. And one of the key points from both that article and Bill Whittle’s videos on the cycles of civilizations was that the average Roman was ready to fight and die to protect Rome while the “silk robed sons of bitches” plotted to open the gates for the barbarians to come through.

Even then, however, had Rome maintained its full moral strength and commitment from its people from its heyday, I suspect Rome could have driven them back. But by that time not only had the leaders given up, but the average Roman had become so disillusioned with the corruption – ethical, moral, spiritual, and financial – riddling it from top down, they shrugged and said WHY BOTHER? And so Rome dissolved into fighting factions, and chaos reigned.

Today we see the corruption – ethical, moral, spiritual, and financial – in the fetid swamp of Washington, DC (the irony of that city being named after one of the absolute best of us is physically painful to me), but also in most state capitals (and even further down – I was just listening to a local talk show discussing the state police milking the public)… and it feels like a lot of people are starting to think WHY BOTHER? Another case is this one; on a purely local level, but so utterly incompetent that it boggles the mind: ILLEGAL ALIEN UBER DRIVER RAPED HIS PASSENGER, FLED BACK TO AFRICA. Ask yourself if the just-above example doesn’t represent a huge attack on the credibility of the entire court system; whether deliberate or just stupid, would you really trust this judge again? On anything? And if nothing happens to this judge, just how high and wide would that distrust propagate?

-- NITZAKHON

Lindsey Graham Goes Off on IG's 'Stunning & Unprecedented Rebuke' of Comey, Predicts More To Come

 Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., speaks during a Senate Judiciary Committee hearing on Capitol Hill on Sept. 27, 2018.

South Carolina Republican Sen. Lindsey Graham came down hard Thursday on James Comey after a report from the Justice Department’s inspector general accused the former FBI director of violating his responsibilities as a top law enforcement officer.

In May 2017, Comey provided a memo he’d written detailing private discussions with Donald Trump to a friend who was also his attorney.

That friend then leaked the memo to The New York Times.

More @ WJ

Trump's new immigration rules work for the American people

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The Trump administration’s decision to close the Flores immigration loophole is the latest in a series of long-overdue, common-sense immigration reforms. While liberals will cry foul, average Americans are demanding this kind of smart, targeted step toward solving our immigration crisis.

While Congress has tried and failed for decades to create a comprehensive immigration reform plan, the administration has steadily been chipping away at the system’s problems to make immigration work for our country again.

Two weeks ago, the White House issued a “public charge” rule change, restricting the ability of non-citizens to apply for a green card if they rely significantly on welfare benefits or are likely to do so.

This week, they issued a new regulation to replace the Flores settlement and end family separation during lengthy immigration proceedings.

More @ The Hill

Trump can change history by declassifying three Obama-era documents



My sources tell me President Trump is putting the finishing touches on a White House initiative to declassify documents that have remained hidden from the public for far too long.

This welcome effort to provide more public transparency and accountability almost certainly will focus early on the failings of the now-debunked Russia collusion probe. And I’m sure it will spread quickly toward other high-profile issues, such as the government’s UFO files that have been a focus of clamoring for decades.

More @ The Hill

DOJ Inspector General Releases James Comey Report!! — Conclusion: Comey Violated Department and FBI Policies Pertaining to the Retention, Handling, and Dissemination of FBI Records and Information

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Conclusion….

Comey Violated Department and FBI Policies Pertaining to the Retention, Handling, and Dissemination of FBI Records and Information 

 More @ The Gateway Pundit

Wednesday, August 28, 2019

Rediscovering Heritage

 

Lack of attachment to culture, heritage, and tradition is the death of a nation.

As a child, I had very little in-depth knowledge of my family’s history. Most of my extended family had died from old age by the time of my birth except for my maternal grandfather, Nelson Pace and great aunt, Mary Paul Pittman Smyrl, both natives of Alabama and born in 1907 and 1899 respectfully. We were a rather small group and my attachments to my parents, siblings, grandfather, and great aunt were meaningful. These are the people who instilled in me the value of family, respect, and honor.

Google Latest Company To Abandon China, Shifts Smartphone Production To Vietnam

Via The Daily Timewaster

 

Google has reportedly become the latest company to aggressively move production out of China and in to Vietnam as it hopes to create a "low-cos supply chain in Southeast Asia" that "will serve as a springboard for its growing hardware ambitions," according to Nikkei Asian Review.

Google, which is working with a partner to manufacture its smartphones, started work on converting an old Nokia factory in the North Vietnamese province of Bac Ninh where it will produce most of its Pixel phones, per two people familiar with the company's plans. The area has a special significance in the history of smartphone development: It is the same province where Samsung built its first smartphone supply chain roughly ten years ago.

All of this history means Google will have access to an army of workers experienced.

More @ Zero Hedge

NC: Hysteria over ‘assault weapons’

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Liberals have again resurrected the call for banning modern sporting rifles (aka assault weapons). Of course true “assault weapons” are select fire (meaning full, semi, and/or burst fire) rifles. Typically, these use rifle class cartridges, as opposed to submachine guns that use pistol cartridges.

Semi-automatic means one round fired per trigger pull; full automatic means multiple rounds fired per single trigger pull. Burst fire means a preset number of cartridges fired per pull (usually three).

Full automatic and burst fire weapons are tightly regulated by the federal government, and none made after 1986 can be owned by private citizens. There is not a presence of full or burst fire legal arms involved in crime. Additionally, pre-1986 automatics, aka class III arms, are extremely expensive. Of course, criminals can alter or steal these arms as well.

Cultural Enrichment


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"Maybe if your job and town are gone, the fight is worth it"

 

The trade war may not be worth it for Wall Street, but it is worth it to Americans who have lost their jobs and towns


If you Google Peter Navarro, President Donald Trump’s trade guru (he is actually called “assistant to the president and director of trade and manufacturing policy,”) you might read that he is considered a “heterodox” economist. We suppose this means out of sync with many or most professional and academic economists. They regard “free trade” or unregulated, un-negotiated trade, as an article of faith.

But shouldn’t economists, of all people, be the opposite of doctrinaire? Should economics not be utterly empirical?

Americans’ View of the Current Economy Is the Highest in 19 Years

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U.S. consumer confidence declined in August by less than forecast as Americans’ assessment of current conditions climbed to the highest level in almost 19 years, helped by a job market that remains robust.

More @ Bloomberg

Evidence Suggests Epstein Was Murdered, Lawyers Say

Via Billy

Jeffrey Epstein in a file photograph. (New York State Sex Offender Registry via AP)

There’s far more evidence indicating Jeffrey Epstein was murdered than clues supporting the ruling that he committed suicide, the alleged sex trafficker’s lawyers argued in court on Aug. 27.

Lawyers for the 66-year-old, who was found unresponsive in his prison cell on Aug. 10 and declared dead about an hour later, said they have evidence suggesting Epstein was killed.

Tuesday, August 27, 2019

The C.S.A.

 

A review of The C.S.A. Trilogy (Independent, 2018) by Howard Ray White.

A beautiful thought experiment for Southerners. The year is 2011, the 150th anniversary of the founding of the Confederate States of America.    Celebrants are gathering in the capital, Davis, located where Alabama, Mississippi, and Tennessee come together.

Confederates have every reason to celebrate. They have a free, prosperous, and flourishing society, or rather societies. Confederate success is the envy of the world.  Why? Because of a limited central government with genuine State sovereignty and a truly free economy.  And the Confederacy has played a constructive role in the world as an example and in effective countering of imperialist powers.

Will the Federal Reserve Depose President Trump?

 

A Bloomberg piece that posits undermining the President, written by the former head of the NY Federal Reserve:
HERE

Excerpt:

"There’s even an argument that the election itself falls within the Fed’s purview. After all, Trump’s reelection arguably presents a threat to the U.S. and global economy, to the Fed’s independence and its ability to achieve its employment and inflation objectives."

Another perspective:
HERE

Excerpt:

"He's effectively calling for a coup, stating in almost so many words
that the Fed's mandate requires it to interfere in the Democratic
process — to help presidents it likes and to ruin the economy for the
ones it doesn't like."

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Just today I started reading Jason Chaffetz's book "Deep State" - he
wrote that the Consumer Finance Protection Bureau (CFPB) was Elizabeth
Warren's (aka Fauxcahontas) pet project and the CFPB was actually funded
not by Congressional appropriation, but directly by the Federal Reserve.
As such, Congress did not have the power of the purse strings to compel
the CFPB to disclose details of their operations and the CFPB could
obfuscate their doings with impunity, and they did.

Consider this: if the Federal Reserve wanted to put the screws to a
seated U.S. President, all they have to do is jack up interest rates and
destroy the economy. Imagine if interest rates hit the same level as
they did in the late 70's and early 80's. Imagine too, how much leverage
this provides to the Federal Reserve - one thing that Donald Trump
understands is leverage.

Rep. Massie of Kentucky introduced (re-introduced actually) a bill to
audit the Federal Reserve - so far he has 87 co-sponsors, including 4
Democrats - Tulsi Gabbard (D-HI), Kurt Schrader (D-OR), and Pete DeFazio
(D-OR)

HERE

--Terry

DOJ Takes a Stand: Sex Is Purely Biological, Civil Rights Act Doesn't Protect Transgenders

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The Trump administration’s Justice Department urged the Supreme Court to rule that the Civil Rights Act of 1964, which bars discrimination based on “sex,” does not include “gender identity.”

The DOJ’s brief filed Friday in the R.G. and G.R. Harris Funeral Homes v. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission case contended it is the role of Congress, not the courts, to amend the law to include gender identity, if it chooses to do so.

More @ WJ

Joe DiGenova: “IG Horowitz has Concluded ALL FOUR FISA Warrants to Spy on Trump Campaign and Administration Were Illegal”

Via Billy


Former US Attorney for the District of Columbia Joe DiGenova joined WMAL radio on Monday to discuss the latest developments in the Spygate Scandal.

DiGenova blasted CNN for hiring fired FBI acting Director Andrew McCabe. McCabe was fired in March 2018 after the Justice Department inspector general report found he had repeatedly lied about his involvement in a leak to The Wall Street Journal regarding an FBI investigation into the Clinton Foundation.

Poorest in US Consume More Than Most in Europe

Via Billy

A store accepting food stamps. ("We Accept Food Stamps" by Paul Sableman/Flickr [CC BY 2.0 (ept.ms/2haHp2Y)])

Americans in the bottom 20 percent of income-earners buy more consumer goods and services than the national averages for people living in most of the wealthiest nations of the world, including those in Europe.

That’s the central conclusion of an analysis published Aug. 26 by Just Facts, a New Jersey-based independent nonprofit research institute that describes itself as “dedicated to publishing rigorously documented facts about public policy issues.”

Monday, August 26, 2019

The NY Times Complains About Bias, but Here Are 10 Anti-Trump Stories on Sunday's Front Page


The New York Times is as liberal as it is pretentious.

It is not objective, and it does not hide that fact — at least not very well.

Despite its left-leaning ways, The Times still purports to be unbiased and writes with ostensibly shocked and appalled tones that others could dare see the world differently from its liberal audience.

In fact, The Times recently wrote about The Western Journal (the publication you are reading now) alleging that WJ is misleading, ideological and partisan.

More @ WJ

#1 Movie 'Angel Has Fallen' Appears To Blast Trump-Russia Conspiracy Theory



In Nod to Trump, G-7 Leaders Make Joint Statement on Fair Trade

Via Billy

G-7 leaders and guests pose for a family picture with the Biarritz lighthouse in the background on the second day of  the annual G-7 summit: (First row) L-R Britain's Prime Minister Boris Johnson, South Africa's President Cyril Ramaphosa, Rwanda's President Paul Kagame, African Union Chair Egyptian President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi, Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, Canada's Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, US President Donald Trump, France's President Emmanuel Macron, Germany's Chancellor Angela Merkel, Senegal's President Macky Sall, Burkina Faso's President Roch Marc Christian Kabore, Chile's President Sebastian Pinera, Italy's Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte, European Council President Donald Tusk; (Second row) Chairperson of the African Union Commission Moussa Faki Mahamat (2nd,L), Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison (4th,L), United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres (6th,R), India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi (5th,R), Spain's Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez (3rd,R), OECD Secretary-General Jose Angel Gurria (2nd,R), African Development Bank president Akinwumi Adesina (R) 
 in Biarritz, France, on Aug. 25, 2019.  (Andrew Parsons/Getty Images)
Macron issued the declaration hours after Trump announced that China is eager to make a deal. 

Leaders of the Group of Seven issued a declaration on Aug. 26 committing to fair trade, a term President Donald Trump has frequently employed in his campaign to rebalance the United States’ global trade relationships.

Houston Narcotics Cop Who Instigated a Deadly Drug Raid Is Charged With Murder

Via  Papa via Knuckledraggin' My Life Away

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Today Harris County, Texas, District Attorney Kim Ogg announced that Gerald Goines, the narcotics officer who instigated the disastrous January 28 drug raid that killed a middle-aged couple, has been charged with two counts of felony murder. The raid, which discovered no evidence of drug dealing, was based on an affidavit by Goines that cited a "controlled buy" of heroin that apparently never happened.

After initially defending the no-knock raid at 7815 Harding Street and describing Goines as a hero, Police Chief Art Acevedo revealed that investigators had been unable to identify the confidential informant who supposedly had bought heroin from Dennis.

More @ Reason

Best 30-06 Ammo: Still A Good Choice For Hunting?

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Here’s the million-dollar question: is the .30-06 Springfield still relevant? Having hit the century mark some time ago, it’s easy to wonder if it still holds water. Of course, we are not having the same conversation about the .30-40 Krag, the .303 British, or the .264 Winchester Magnum. Why not? Not because you cannot find those calibers, but because they have a niche, a cult following, or are simply defunct. Yet the venerable ‘aught six marches on like a good soldier should. 

More @ Wideners

Sunday, August 25, 2019

Who Is Antifa? What You Need To Know

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There is no strong Fascist movement in America, but there is a strong Communist presence. 

Popular phrases such as social justice that Obama put into fashion are popular communist signals

Antifaschistische Aktion, abbreviated as Antifa or anti-fascist, was an organization affiliated with the Communist Party of Germany that existed from 1932 to 1933. In the postwar era the historical organization inspired new groups and networks, known as the wider Antifa movement, many of which use the aesthetics of the historical Antifaschistische Aktion, especially a modified version of its logo.

There is much confusion as to who Antifa is, and what they stand for. First, let’s define fascism that they say they are against: Fascism is a set of political beliefs that includes strong control of society and the economy by the state, and the halting of any resistance. In a fascist nation, private enterprise would continue, but all private commercial endeavors would be heavily controlled by the state. Examples would be Nazi Germany and Mussolini’s Italy.