Sunday, March 22, 2009

More information...

I would call it news, but it isn't. It is just more evidence to toss in the pile. You already know this, since you are reading here.

First, we have this tidbit from It is a story about a man who expressed his displeasure at a Judge and got a visit from the U.S. Marshals for it. They threatened him with the "crime" of causing the Judge "emotional distress".

Folks, do you read history? Do you teach YOUR children history? Go read the story again!

Then, while scrolling further through the "news", I came across this piece from, in which Glenn Beck is showing us that ordinary people are considered terrorists, or even worse... "militia members"!

If you fly the Gadsden Minutemen flag, or if you have a Ron Paul bumper sticker on your car, or heaven forbid, you hand someone a copy of the U.S. Constitution and ask them to read it, you are likely a subversive terrorist and maybe even...(gasp, dear lord), a militia member!

No, this is not a new story. This has been approaching, creeping, oozing up on us for a very long time. But now, finally, a national level source is giving voice to the story. Is Fauxnews credible? I believe it is a relief valve. If the peasants get too restless, they'll get to blow off some steam on Fauxnews. Nothing will change, the program will continue apace, but the peasants will feel better for a little while

Are you starting to get it now folks? Thinking, patriotic, free people are the greatest threat to national security. YOU are considered to be the enemy.

Read David Codrea's "Only Ones" files. Police officers, (you know those really good guys who just want to do the right thing), where are you? The silence is deafening.

1 comment:

Flick said...

The MIAC report has already been an astounding success. Look at the way people are rushing to distance themselves from the militia. Instead, people should be going to sites like to find and join the militia unit nearest to them. The real problem is that the militia has been lumped in with “hate” and racist groups like Christian Identity and the KKK.

I am in the Virginia militia (click on my name for info), and none of what this report says about the militia is accurate. None. But who will you believe, someone in the militia, or some government entity with an axe to grind? How about the Southern Poverty Law Center or the mainstream media? Surely they must know the difference between a militia and a hate group, right? Well, no, not really, or if they do they ain’t telling. I guess instilling fear brings in the donations.

A militia unit that I have trained with is listed on the SPLC’s website as a hate group. The group at one time contained two Jews, and I know for a fact that no one would be turned away for being black, hispanic, asian, Mormon, pagan, or whatever.

Racists exist in all walks of life. There are racists at your place of employment and in your place of worship. Likewise, there are racists in the militia, but the militia, like your place of employment and your place of worship, is not a racist group, nor does it allow racism to have any say in its operation. Having seen racism surface in the militia, I can tell you it mostly has to do with a frustration that non-whites TYPICALLY–NOT ALWAYS–tend not to care enough about liberty to take on the responsibility mentioned in the opening clause of the Second Amendment. So this “racism” is really a desire to see more people of color take a stand for liberty–their own and others.