Saturday, January 9, 2016

Rapefugees Not Welcome

Via David

Thousands of Germans turned out this week at the weekly Pegida protest against the Islamic invasion of Europe.
This was the first major protest since the New Year’s Eve sex attacks by hundreds of migrants.


Horrifying details emerge of Cologne attacks 

Information continues to emerge on the war zone that erupted in Cologne, Germany on New Year’s Eve, when thousands of imports from Islamic lands threw bottles and fireworks into crowds and at the police, as well as molested, raped, attacked, robbed, knifed, spat, defecated, urinated, vomited, ranted, and raved as they turned an area of a beautiful city into a site of utter barbarism.  (Other cities in Germany experienced similar violence on New Year’s Eve, which is only now beginning to be reported.)

One victim had a firecracker shoved into the hood of her jacket.  When she tried to get it out, it fell into her jacket, causing serious burns across her shoulder.

US becoming safer compared to Europe in both fatalities and frequency of Mass Public Shootings: US Now ranks 11th in fatalities and 12th in frequency

Via David

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“But we are the only advanced country on Earth that sees this kind of mass violence erupt with this kind of frequency. It doesn’t happen in other advanced countries. It’s not even close. And as I’ve said before, somehow we’ve become numb to it and we start thinking that this is normal.” –President Obama, announcing his new executive orders on guns, January 7, 2016

This claim is simply not true.  Between January 2009 and December 2015, there are 11 European countries with a higher frequency of these mass public shootings than the US, and 10 European countries with a higher rate of deaths from these attacks.

Ralf Jaeger, interior minister for North Rhine-Westphalia: "What happens on the right-wing platforms and in chatrooms is at least as awful as the acts of those assaulting the women"

Via David
Image result for i'm an asshole  Ralf Jaeger, interior minister for North Rhine-Westphalia, said this:
 Print it off, should make a good range target.

Mr.Jaeger, if you actually believe that, then you're so full of shit you should be listed as a hazmat site.

Further bullshit:

I’m an Oregon rancher. Here’s what you don’t understand about the Bundy standoff.

Via David

The Obama administration has pushed our livelihood to the brink.

This week, the Ammon Bundy-led seizure of a federal wildlife refuge thrust Oregon’s ranchers into the spotlight. While I don’t agree with the occupiers’ tactics, I sympathize with their position. Being a rancher was always challenging. And it has become increasingly difficult under the Obama administration.

I grew up in a ranching community in northeast Oregon. Even as a kid, I knew I wanted to be a rancher. After eight years as a firefighter, I’d saved enough to start my own business. I wanted to work on the land, raising delicious, wholesome beef for our growing population.

For almost a decade, I’ve done just that. Most days, I’m up before the sun rises. I spend my mornings tending to my horses, dogs and livestock. In the winter, when it’s bitter cold, I’m outside with my cattle, making sure their water isn’t frozen and that they’re properly fed. In the summer, I often work 15-hour days, cultivating my crops and tending to the animals. In the afternoons, I’m in my office, reaching out to customers and handling the ranch’s business side. Over the course of a given day, I act as a vet, a mechanic, an agronomist and accountant.

I love the work, but it’s grueling.

How Corrupt Is the American Government? Get a beer as it'll take awhile

Via Cousin John

Government corruption has become rampant:
  • Senior SEC employees spent up to 8 hours a day surfing porn sites instead of cracking down on financial crimes
  • NSA spies pass around homemade sexual videos and pictures they’ve collected from spying on the American people

HR 569: CAIR’s Standard Operating Procedure

Via Terry

Once again, this will not pass. However, the fact that 82 Democrats have co-sponsored it will be used to validate the Muslim Brotherhood (CAIR, ISNA, MPAC, etc. etc.) claim that hate crimes have increased (and of course they haven’t for Muslims, although they may have increased against Jews in America, who are historically identified in FBI statistics as victimized in hate crimes five to ten times more frequently than Muslims in America).

 Your American readers who aren’t aware of HR569 probably should be, and your European and Canadian readers may be interested to learn just how successful the Muslim Brotherhood has been in its penetration of the U.S. government, and how close we are to seeing the full implementation of U.N. Resolution 16/18 in this country.

Supporting Liberty Forces in Burns


A III Patriot in Oregon, the first Son of Liberty member of the III Percent Society, and his Second-in-Command, decided to support Bundy & Company at the Malheur Refuge yesterday, Friday 1/8.

Once the decision had been taken, plans were put together and then executed.

Our Patriot represented himself, his allies, and the III Society splendidly.

As his Team executed events on the ground, we handled the admin side with several Patriots to ensure our Team was met with a warm welcome.  My thanks to those of you I have spoken with online and otherwise to ensure our assistance made it to the right people.

AAR Bullet Points from our III Patriots:

Postwar Rape: Were Americans As Bad as the Soviets?

Via Nancy

GIs watch German girls swimming in July, 1945 in this image, part of a photo essay for  Life  magazine.

In the popular imagination, American GIs in postwar Germany were well-liked and well-behaved. But a new book claims that US soldiers raped up to 190,000 women at the end of World War II. Is there any truth to the controversial claim?

The soldiers arrived at dusk. They forced their way into the house and tried to drag the two women upstairs. But Katherine W. and her 18-year-old daughter Charlotte were able to escape.

The soldiers didn't give up easily though. They began searching all the houses in the area and ultimately found the two women in a neighbor's closet shortly before midnight. The men pulled them out and threw them onto two beds. The crime the six soldiers ultimately committed took place in March, 1945, shortly before the end of World War II. The girl cried for help: "Mama. Mama." But none arrived.

Hundreds of thousands, perhaps millions, of German women experienced a similar fate at the time.

Often, such gang rapes were blamed on Soviet troops in Germany's east. But this case was different. The rapists were soldiers from the United States of America and the crime took place in Sprendlingen, a village near the Rhine River in the west.

More @ Spiegel

Denouncing the Denigrators – The Seeping Wound in the Patriot Community


Recent events up near Burns, Oregon, have brought, once again, the Denigrators to the forefront.

These are people who will begin digging, misrepresenting, and outright lying, about some of the key players in any event. Occasionally, a bit of truth is brought out, though often, it is intended to associate those who may have bad records with those who are otherwise; good, honest, men, doing what they believe to be a necessary course of action.

About that necessary course of action. Many people have been critical, not of the players, but of the activity of taking over federal buildings. They tend to judge those actions by their own standards, and expect others to abide by their moral compass.

However, if they are not players in a particular incident, what is their motive to object to the actions of others? Are they conditioned as “arm chair quarterbacks”, drinking beer and deciding why the coach’s call was a bad one? Well, there is nothing wrong with that, even if it is taken to the Internet.

Surely, those who support the same team are most likely to agree, or, then, they might have a different opinion. The bottom line, however, is whether their team won, or lost.

The professed patriot, however, has different opposition, and it never changes, though the playing field might. The opposition is the government, and the playing field, in the current instance, is the Malheur Refuge, about thirty miles south of Burns, Oregon.

John Hildinger Message to Stanley Blaine Cooper Hicks

Via avordvet


Trump: "He's brilliant, and he's proved it by the way he's run his campaign."

Via avordvet

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"To everyone who says to me ‘Donald Trump isn't a smart man,' I answer that as soon as they make their first billion dollars, I'll listen to what they say. When they get to $5 billion, I'll really listen. 
GOP leaders increasingly see South Carolina as their last best chance to stop Donald Trump's populist political juggernaut.

On Wednesday, influential South Carolina Republican Katon Dawson issued a plea for former President George W. Bush to step into the ring in the Palmetto State's Feb. 20 primary. Bush is quite popular among South Carolina Republicans, and Dawson called his involvement a potential "game changer."

"If [George W. Bush] engages, it will matter for his brother [Jeb Bush], but really, it will matter for the entire team," Dawson told Bloomberg News.

The Palmetto State appears uniquely positioned this cycle. While it follows Iowa and New Hampshire on the primary calendar, but is already drawing intense attention from candidates and pundits alike.

More @ Newsmax

State Department Will Not Deny That U.S. Sold Hellfire Missile to Cuba

Via avordvet

The Southern Genocide

Texas Gov. Greg Abbott calls for Convention of States to take back states’ rights

Via Bill

Gov. Greg Abbott called Friday for a convention of states to amend the U.S. Constitution. (Jay Janner/Austin American-Statesman via AP)

Gov. Greg Abbott, aiming to spark a national conversation about states’ rights, said Friday that he wants Texas to lead the call for a convention to amend the U.S. Constitution and wrest power from a federal government “run amok.”

“If we are going to fight for, protect and hand on to the next generation, the freedom that [President] Reagan spoke of … then we have to take the lead to restore the rule of law in America,” Abbott said during a speech at the Texas Public Policy Foundation’s Policy Orientation that drew raucous applause from the conservative audience. He said he will ask lawmakers to pass a bill authorizing Texas to join other states calling for a Convention of States.

Letter to Ammon Bundy from the Harney County Committee of Safety

You're Not Owed Asylum

Via comment by Quartermain on Rape jihad shows 'Germany is no longer German'

The news finally can’t help the German government cover up the mass sexual assault of German women by “immigrants” anymore. Now the news states that Finland was tipped off that there was actually a conspiracy sent out by tweets and texts to do it there and they caught three of them in the act over there. What’s right is right, so with my usual candor, something needs to be said about this.

More @ LRC

Germany's Jeopardy - Don't Miss This

Via comment by Anonymous on Rape jihad shows 'Germany is no longer German'