I simply can not comprehend a civilization allowing this to continue. Of course, I think the TPTB in Euroland have been purposely breeding sheep and there are those here in the U.S. that want the same.
Ten years ago, when the EDL was founded, the U.K. was even less willing than it is now to confront the issue of what are euphemistically described as “Asian grooming gangs” (euphemistic because no Chinese or Koreans are involved and what is happening is not grooming but mass rape).
At the time, only a couple of such cases had been recognized. Ten years on, every month brings news of another town in which gangs of men (almost always of Pakistani origin) have been found to have raped young, often underage, white girls.
The facts of this reality — which, it cannot be denied, sounds like something from the fantasies of the most lurid racist — have now been confirmed multiple times by judges during sentencing and also by the most mainstream investigative journalists in the country.
The charge against Robinson declared by the police at the time of arrest, “breach of peace,” was changed to “contempt of court.” Apparently, the former offense would not constitute a violation of the terms of Robinson’s suspended sentence from last year and thereby justify immediate imprisonment. But by declaring Robinson guilty of “contempt of court,” the judge was able to ship him straightaway to prison.
In fact, it is clear to people all over Britain what is really going on here. Their country is being steadily Islamized, and their government is abetting this process. Muslims commit outrageous crimes, and police treat them respectfully — then turn around and arrest ordinary British citizens for daring to complain.
“Judicial power never been used before to silence a journalist in Britain and then to silence the silencing…. This lie came directly from Theresa May’s government…. and it was planned to the last detail. A courtroom and a judge were waiting to immediately sentence him. A prison cell was booked in his name…. This combined is the action of a totalitarian state, in all its brutal horror.” — Paul Weston, Pegida UK.
Washington (AFP) – Saying he was treated “very unfairly,” President Donald Trump announced Thursday that he will pardon conservative author and filmmaker Dinesh D’Souza, who pleaded guilty four years ago to violating US campaign finance laws.
“Will be giving a Full Pardon to Dinesh D’Souza today,” Trump tweeted. “He was treated very unfairly by our government!”
Less than a week before the California primary, Google listed “Nazism” as the ideology of the California Republican Party.
In the “knowledge panel” that provides easy access to information next to search results, Google was showing “Nazism” as an “ideology” of the party as of Thursday morning. The word “Nazism” was hyperlinked to a secondary page that shows “Nazism” alongside other “ideologies” of California Republicans like “Conservatism,” “Market liberalism,” “Fiscal conservatism,” and “Green conservatism.”California voters have been casting their absentee ballots for weeks ahead of Tuesday’s statewide primary elections, which will help determine the majority in the House of Representative and the potential next governor of the world’s fifth-largest economy.
But voters looking for information by searching “California Republicans” or “California Republican Party” were getting “Nazism” next to their search results until Google took the listing down later Thursday after a query from VICE News.
I’ve eaten different ‘generations’ of the MRE over a period of 25 years. None of them could be described as ‘taste tempting’.
ARLINGTON, Va. — The Army debuted new meals ready to eat including pizza that’s coming down the pipeline soon and special compact, gourmet rations for close combat that will include mini quiches for the front line.
The new food items, which were displayed in the Pentagon courtyard late last week, are an effort to improve soldiers’ nutrition while still offering troops an MRE they’d actually want to eat.
In this vein, the military is planning on testing an array of vacuum-sealed dried fruits and veggies such as the banana compressed to about a third of its size.
The taste-tempter expected to be on the menu for downrange soldiers next year, and at some locations possibly earlier than that, is the pepperoni pizza MRE, which officials said has been a longstanding request from troops and was put into development in 2012.
“It worries me that even now, kids who were not even born during Columbine High School are still making reference to Columbine.”
That quote – right there – makes the point that publicity, the notorious seeking of attention they would never get otherwise, is one of the motivators for these wack-jobs.
He wore a T-shirt with the phrase “Born to Kill” on it in bold, similar in design to those worn by the Columbine attackers, which read “Wrath” and “Natural Selection.”
His crude arsenal included canisters of carbon-dioxide gas and Molotov cocktails, two types of explosives used by the Columbine gunmen.
The picture he had posted of his trench coat on Facebook showed a small red-star medallion with the Communist hammer-and-sickle on the collar, the same type of button a Columbine gunman attached to his boot.
It was not the first time a high school suddenly engulfed in gunfire and death found itself looking for clues in the random symbology of a nearly 20-year-old mass shooting that has become, it seems, the standard by which youthful gunmen across America have come to measure themselves.
The 20-year-old attacker who killed 26 people at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Connecticut in 2012 had compiled an enormous mass-murder spreadsheet and materials on the Columbine attackers on his computer, including what appeared to be a complete copy of the official Columbine investigation.
In his manifesto, the 23-year-old student who shot and killed 32 people at Virginia Tech in 2007 had called the Columbine gunmen by their first names and described them as “we martyrs.”
The May 18 mass shooting at Santa Fe provides the latest evidence of a phenomenon that researchers have in recent years come to recognize, but are still unable to explain: The mass shootings that are now occurring with disturbing regularity at the nation’s schools are shocking, disturbing, tragic — and seemingly contagious. . . . The role of the media in turning school gunmen into household names and perpetuating “the infamous legacy they desire” can be shown to have inspired additional attacks, researchers at Western New Mexico University reported recently. . . .
Ms. Klebold, the mother of one of the Columbine attackers, said she was shocked by the number of letters she receives from people who relate to her son: “The girls who say, ‘I wish I could have his baby’”; others who say that her son, to them, is “heroic.” Even seeing images of the Santa Fe gunman’s Communist hammer-and-sickle medallion — just like the one that her son wore, a gift from a friend’s parent who went to Russia — was painful to her.
Could the Parkland, FL shooter have made his motivations any clearer?
- “When you see me on the news you will all know who I am.”
- “From the rath of my power they will know who I am.”
- “With the power of my AR you will all know who I am.”
- “You will all know what my name is.”
For 20 years, Dr. Lott has been explaining that killers want to commit suicide in a way that will bring them notoriety. The goal of gaining media attention is present both in attacks by lone killers and in coordinated strikes by Muslim radicals. Here is a passage from Lott’s The War on Guns:
Adam Lanza, the Newtown killer, spent two-and-a-half years putting together a report on mass public shootings. Law enforcement described, “A sickeningly thorough 7-foot-long, 4-foot-wide spreadsheet with names, body counts, and weapons from previous mass murders and even attempted killings. ‘It sounded like a doctoral thesis, that was the quality of the research,’ an anonymous law enforcement veteran said.” Lanza also collected information on media coverage for each killing. He observed that attacks with more deaths received greater media coverage.
Lanza may have been mentally ill, but he clearly knew what he wanted to accomplish and how he was going to do it. Take this report from CBS Evening News:
Sources say Lanza saw himself as being in direct competition with Anders Breivik, a Norwegian man who killed 77 people in July 2011….
Two officials who have been briefed on the Newtown, Conn., investigation say Lanza wanted to top Breivik’s death toll and targeted nearby Sandy Hook Elementary School because it was the “easiest target” with the “largest cluster of people.”
James Holmes was also mentally ill, but Dr. William Reid, a state-appointed psychiatrist who performed Holmes’s sanity evaluation, testi- fied that Holmes carefully planned not only the theater to attack but also other minute details to maximize the number of possible victims.30 Over and over again, mentally ill killers invest a lot of time and energy into planning their attacks. Many start thinking about their attacks a year or two in advance. Mass public shootings rarely involved less than six months of planning.
The only way to prevent mass killers from becoming famous would be to change the first amendment. No one at the CPRC favors that. But the media jumps so quickly on abolishing the 2nd Amendment, whereas they treat their own 1st Amendment rights as sacrosanct.
Who’s side they’re on?
“Anyone who opposes an unadulterated second amendment is therefore a criminal, a would-be criminal, has emotionally bonded with criminals, or has fallen for the lies of criminals to such an extent that this basic, irrefutable, self-evident line of reasoning is abandoned. There is simply no other possible conclusion.”
“Over the weekend,” said CCRKBA Chairman Alan Gottlieb, “Michael Bloomberg’s Everytown for Gun Safety was quick to push its gun control agenda, and the Alliance for Gun Responsibility was asking for donations to ‘take a stand…against the gun lobby.’ When was the last time either of these groups demanded swift justice and certainty of punishment for the actual perpetrators?
“Time after time, with endless fund raising appeals and inflammatory rhetoric, we’ve seen these anti-rights lobbying groups immediately try to shift blame to the NRA, or the Second Amendment, or the firearms industry, or some mythical loophole in the law,” he observed. “But they never seem to point their fingers at the culprit, and we think it’s time for the American public to ask why?”
By diverting public attention away from killers and toward law-abiding citizens who had nothing to do with the crime, Gottlieb suggested, “these lobbying groups have created a very strong impression that they’re not really interested in punishing criminals, but only in penalizing honest firearms owners for crimes they didn’t commit.”
“Time and again,” he stated, “we’ve heard these groups demand a national dialogue on guns. But how do you have a rational discussion with people or groups that repeatedly demonstrate that they cannot tell the difference between the bad guys and the good guys?
“They are so preoccupied with demonizing gun owners and eroding the Second Amendment that they have either lost sight of the goal of taking dangerous or deranged criminals off the street, or that was never their intention in the first place,” Gottlieb said. “If all they can do is blame innocent citizens while diverting attention from murderous monsters, then it is time to ask these people just whose side they are on.”
Christians in Western European countries are reportedly more negative than their non-religious counterparts toward Muslim migrants after years of terrorist attacks and floods of refugees.
The Pew Research Center reported on anti-Muslim and anti-migrant sentiment among European Christians as part of a survey conducted in 15 countries.
I’ve been promoting this myself for many years.
The perversion, lies, dumbing down, fake history, anti-God pseudo-science, and flagrant immorality promoted in government schools was apparently not enough to get parents to pay attention — but the consequences of that evil are waking people up in huge numbers. Amid an apparent wave of school shootings exploited by the press to attack gun rights, a growing number of parents are now exploring a much more sensible option: withdrawing their children entirely.
In fact, according to multiple news reports, it is clear that interest in homeschooling across America is surging in response to the perceived increase in shootings.
Many of the proposals Abbott laid out Wednesday (read the full document here)would require legislative approval, meaning a special session of the Texas Legislature would be necessary to implement them before the next school year starts in August. Some will likely be studied in a new Senate committee on school violence and security, which Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick charged Wednesday with addressing Abbott’s ideas by the first week of August.
Perhaps the most surprising movement from the NRA-backed governor was on the issue of red-flag laws, measures that exist in a handful of states allowing judges to temporarily seize an individual’s firearms if that person is considered an imminent threat. Without explicitly endorsing such a measure, Abbott asked state lawmakers to “consider the merits of adopting a red flag law” while “maintaining the highest standards of due process.”
Consideration of a “red flag” law is the first charge that House Speaker Joe Straus gave to the lower chamber’s Committee on Criminal Jurisprudence. Straus said he will ask the group to consider other measures aimed at bolstering school safety in the coming days.
Abbott also addressed the issue of gun storage, recommending that Texas promote but not mandate safe storage practices like locking away guns while they’re not in use. Eleven states require gun-owners to proactively store their guns under lock and key in at least some circumstances; in dozens of other states, Texas among them, gun owners can be held legally accountable if minors access their firearms.
That’s what happened, authorities say, in the case of Santa Fe shooter suspect Dimitrios Pagourtzis, the 17-year-old Santa Fe High School junior who used his father’s guns in his rampage. But his family can’t be held liable under Texas’ child-access prevention law because it only applies to children under 17. Abbott on Wednesday proposed raising that bar to include 17-year-olds, which would bring Texas in line with more than a dozen states whose comparable law includes minors under 18 years of age.
I wonder if the demoncraps could be so stupid as to run a Sanders/Warren ticket for ’20. I bet it do worse than ’72’s McGovern/Shriver .
Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren would rather praise communist China than the President of the United States.
“Look at what China is doing,” Warren continued. “China’s got the long term arc and it’s playing everybody. It’s playing North Korea, it’s playing South Korea, it’s playing the United States of America because it has a long-term whole-of-government strategy that keeps driving towards an end.”
Supreme Court Rules 8-1 Against Warrantless Police Search in Important Fourth Amendment Case
SCOTUS rejects warrantless search of vehicle parked in the “curtilage” of private home.
Fourth Amendment advocates scored a victory today when the U.S. Supreme Court ruled 8-1 against a warrantless police search that involved an officer entering private property for the purpose of examining a motorcycle stored under a tarp in the driveway near a home. “In physically intruding on the curtilage of [Ryan Austin] Collins’ home to search the motorcycle,” Justice Sonia Sotomayor wrote for the majority in Collins v. Virginia, the officer “not only invaded Collins’ Fourth Amendment interest in the item searched, i.e., the motorcycle, but also invaded Collins’ Fourth Amendment interest in the curtilage of his home.”
The central question before the Supreme Court in Collins v. Virginia was whether the so-called automobile exception to the Fourth Amendment, which allows the police certain latitude to search vehicles on public streets without a warrant, also allows the police to walk up a driveway without a warrant and search a vehicle parked in the area near a house. The Court ruled 8-1 that the automobile exception should not apply in this scenario.
“To allow an officer to rely on the automobile exception to gain entry to a house or its curtilage for the purpose of conducting a vehicle search would unmoor the exception from its justifications, render hollow the Fourth Amendment protection the Constitution extends to the house and its curtilage, and transform what was meant to be an exception into a tool with far broader application,” wrote Justice Sotomayor. “Indeed, its name alone should make all this clear enough: It is, after all, an exception for automobiles.”
Awwwww poor baby. Open Mouf Insert Foot.
Pat Davis is dropping out. The New Mexico Democrat who made headlines with his “f** the NRA” ad has decided to back his challenger instead. He’s doing it to help shore up party unity in the race that’s considered a toss up. Current representative for New Mexico’s first district is Congresswoman Michelle Lujan Grisham, who is running for governor; incumbent Republican Gov. Susana Martinez is term-limited.
Davis seemed to have ingratiated himself with the anti-gun Left, positioning himself as a strong ally for the cause. As with many progressives, he was invited on Tucker Carlson’s show earlier this month and was pretty much taken to the woodshed. He also claimed that an AR-15 rifle could fire 150 rounds in 15 seconds. That’s not true, folks. Not even close. Micah also noted that Davis had a drunk driving arrest in 2013, which would have certainly been used in a campaign against him. Whatever the case, he’s done. As Micah wrote, Davis might not know much about firearms, but he does know what it feels like to drive while intoxicated.
Vow to clean up the swamp, and you better know the swamp will fight back.
JEFFERSON CITY Eric Greitens stormed into the Governor’s Office in January 2017 vowing to clean up a state government he said was corrupt.
He resigned Tuesday — effective at 5 p.m. Friday — just as abruptly as he had arrived on Missouri’s political scene, his career buried under an avalanche of scandal and felony charges.
Even as he announced his historic decision to step down, Greitens asserted his innocence and argued that he was the victim of a political conspiracy.
“This ordeal has been designed to cause an incredible amount of strain on my family. Millions of dollars in mounting legal bills, endless personal attacks designed to cause maximum damage to family and friends,” he said.
“It’s clear that for the forces that oppose us there is no end in sight. I cannot allow those forces to continue to cause pain and difficulty for the people that I love.”
A convert to Islam named Benjamin Herman attacked two policewomen in the Belgian city of Liège, stabbing them from behind. He then took their guns and shot both of them dead, reportedly yelling “Allahu Akhbar!” during the attack. After killing a passerby, he holed up in a school and took a woman hostage. Police eventually killed him.
Two police officers and a civilian were killed Tuesday during a shootout in the Belgian city of Liege, according to Sputnik.
According to a local TV station, an armed man shot the two police officers at the Cafe des Augustins on the Boulevard d’Avroy, located in the city center. He then fled and tried to take a housekeeper hostage at Waha High School. Police responding to the incident managed to subdue the gunman, but during the shooting, a passerby was also killed. Students were unarmed and did not come into contact with the gunman, who has since been “neutralized”.
IT IS always a temptation to an armed and agile nation
To call upon a neighbour and to say: –
“We invaded you last night – we are quite prepared to fight,
Unless you pay us cash to go away.”
And that is called asking for Dane-geld,
And the people who ask it explain
That you’ve only to pay ’em the Dane-geld
And then you’ll get rid of the Dane!
It is always a temptation for a rich and lazy nation,
To puff and look important and to say: –
“Though we know we should defeat you,
we have not the time to meet you.
We will therefore pay you cash to go away.”
And that is called paying the Dane-geld;
But we’ve proved it again and again,
That if once you have paid him the Dane-geld
You never get rid of the Dane.
It is wrong to put temptation in the path of any nation,
For fear they should succumb and go astray;
So when you are requested to pay up or be molested,
You will find it better policy to say: —
“We never pay any-one Dane-geld,
No matter how trifling the cost;
For the end of that game is oppression and shame,
And the nation that plays it is lost!”
Stockton, California, Mayor Michael Tubbs (D) is proposing $1,000 for people considered “most likely to shoot somebody.”
Fox & Friends reports that Tubbs’ plan would offer potential shooters “18 months of counseling” and the money if they avoid getting into trouble.
The Los Angeles Times reports that financial incentives for potential shooters is part of a “program … called Advance Peace.” It is being advertised as a way to reach shooters before they act on their proclivities, using the money and the counseling to lure them away from violence.
Tubbs said, “Let me be clear, Advance Peace is not a get out of jail free card. Participating in this program doesn’t erase the past, but it does help these young men learn how to make better choices for their own and our community’s collective future.”
The Advance Peace program is being pushed along with a $500-a-month guaranteed basic income for “a select group of residents.”
The U.S. is a Constitutional Representative Republic. Democracy is the precise thing that the founders were so concerned about.
Their writings abundantly show they knew the faults of ‘democracy’, and wanted (as we still do) a system where the rights of a minority can not so easily be trampled by a tyranny of the majority. That is because we know that some people don’t like the rights that some others exercise.
The author if this tripe is the exact type that the founders warned us about.
There’s no question: We can have sane gun laws.
We just have to fix our democracy first.
In an interview for a documentary produced by Alex Jones, Mike Judge, the man behind 1990s classics “Beavis and Butthead” and “Office Space,” said Michael Moore’s 2002 documentary “Bowling for Columbine” had the opposite of its intended effect, convincing him that gun control was not a good idea.
“I grew up with very liberal parents, thinking gun control was the way to go. It’s kind of that Michael Moore movie, ‘Bowling for Columbine’ that kind of actually made me go [the other way],” Judge said.
Noting that he owns guns himself, he added: “I would be all for [gun control] if it’s effective but I haven’t seen anything that shows it’s effective.”
I’m shocked, shocked I say to find armed Texans.
WICHITA FALLS, Tx (RNN Texoma) –
Many small business owners in Wichita Falls say they have kept a gun at their store at some point.
A survey by Womply shows they are not alone. 55-percent of small business owners in Texas say they have, too.
Where was its concern about Russia during its eight years in power?
As I argued in my weekend column, it is hard to imagine a more idle question than whether the Obama administration spied on the Trump campaign. Of course it did. If you want to argue the point, imagine what the professors, pundits, and pols would have said had the Bush administration run an informant against three Obama 2008 campaign officials, including the campaign co-chairman; any hair-splitting about whether that technically constituted “spying” would be met by ostracism from polite society.
It has been credibly reported that Halper, a longtime source for the CIA and British intelligence, was tasked by the FBI in the Trump-Russia investigation to make contact with and get information from at least three Trump campaign officials. He even sought a role in the campaign from co-chairman Sam Clovis. Page, on the other hand, was the target of four FISA court surveillance warrants, which enabled the Justice Department and FBI to monitor him for a year, starting at the height of the 2016 campaign.
To put the matter more succinctly: We know why it is claimed that Halper was a spy; we still do not know why it was claimed that Page was a spy.
Oh my God! Someone said something you don’t like! Cancel his (or her) show! Pronounce anathema upon him (or her). Topple the statues, chisel off the names, enact the machinery of damnatio memoriae!
Apparently that’s what’s happening as I write to Roseanne Barr, the actress who had the dual temerity to 1) revive her eponymous television show in an intermittently pro-Trump modality and 2) emit a tabasco tweet about the horrible Valerie Jarrett, President Obama’s chief counsellor.
Are you ready? Are you sitting down? Are the children in another room? Here’s the tweet: “Muslim brotherhood & planet of the apes had a baby=vj.”
Uh oh. Was the tweet in bad taste? Indubitably. Was it racist? Yep. Was it the worst thing ever in the history of civilization? According to ABC, which hosted her new, extremely popular show, the answer appears to be, Yes: nothing so awful has ever besmirched the escutcheon of humanity. “Roseanne’s Twitter statement is abhorrent, repugnant and inconsistent with our values, and we have decided to cancel her show.” Thus Channing Dungey, president of ABC Entertainment.
It would be an interesting exercise to look into the “values” of ABC Entertainment.