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Monday, April 22, 2013

Boston intolerance

Steve Sailer wonders if American intolerance is to blame for the Boston bombings:
We have to ask ourselves: What did we do wrong? How did American intolerance alienate the Tsarnaev Brothers? Perhaps the political climate was not welcoming enough, too conservative, ignorant, xenophobic, and right-wing. A quick search shows that Cambridge, MA was only the second most pro-Obama town in Massachusetts.
Let's face it, if you found yourself living amongst the sort of moronic liberal pseudo-intellectuals that live in Cambridge, MA, you'd probably be more than a little tempted to turn indiscriminately homicidal too.

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Blogger Conan the Cimmerian, King of Aquilonia April 22, 2013 4:33 PM  

Let's invite as many muslims into the country as possible to show the tolerance.

how about 300 million?

Blogger Blackburn April 22, 2013 4:35 PM  

If you can't trust a rabbit to tolerate radical Islam then who can you trust?

Anonymous Josh April 22, 2013 4:39 PM  

Let's face it, if you found yourself living amongst the sort of moronic liberal pseudo-intellectuals that live in Cambridge, MA, you'd probably be more than a little tempted to turn indiscriminately homicidal too.

Or start an NPR show about cars and car repair.

Anonymous Salt April 22, 2013 4:41 PM  

Cambridge may be the second highest pro-Obama town in Massachusetts, but does it have enough squee?

Anonymous JW April 22, 2013 4:44 PM  

Yes. Yes. That's it. We're so intolerant. That's why they murdered. It's all our fault. We're really guilty. Report to prison everyone.

Blogger Blackburn April 22, 2013 4:49 PM  

Doth Cambridge have enough squee?
Should be, they give it ‘way free.
It still won't suffice,
Think terrorist lice.
They'll cut us off at the knee.

Blogger tz April 22, 2013 4:59 PM  

OK, if I wanted to utterly destroy America from its foundations (and wasn't either subtle or smart), where woudl the friendliest location for me to move to - and apply for citizenship be?

Blogger tz April 22, 2013 5:03 PM  

In other news, he is not going to be treated as an enemy combatant, i.e. waterboarded or sent via rendition to one of our allies that would lacerate his genitals.

Note that they seem to be targeting the liberal enclaves on the east coast. This is bad (for true Patriots who honor the Constitution) how exactly? If LaPalma has a landslide and generates a megaTsunami washing away the IRS and FEMA headquarters... I can hope, can't I?

Did anyone check with the online database of prez contributions over $200 if he supported Obama?

Blogger tz April 22, 2013 5:07 PM  

And the question which cannot be asked:

http://www.guardian.co.uk/commentisfree/2013/apr/22/boston-marathon-terrorism-aurora-sandy-hook

Blogger Blackburn April 22, 2013 5:08 PM  

OK, if I wanted to utterly destroy America from its foundations (and wasn't either subtle or smart), where woudl the friendliest location for me to move to - and apply for citizenship be?"


If you look like a terrorist then I recommend Dearborn MI.

Anonymous Move Zig April 22, 2013 5:09 PM  

Peter Brokaw(remember him)actually said that the bombing was part America's fault. WND reported this.

Anonymous Crispy April 22, 2013 5:17 PM  

Denver County voted 73% for Obama in 2012. That intolerance must be what triggered James Holmes too.

Anonymous Lysander Spooner April 22, 2013 5:18 PM  

Brothers Tsarnaev=Patsies.

Perps at large=FBI and their cohorts.

Anonymous Eric April 22, 2013 5:19 PM  

Crispy,

Yeah, but that part of Aurora is in Adams County (where I also live, but not in Aurora, thank God). FWIW

Blogger Blackburn April 22, 2013 5:25 PM  

Denver County voted 73% for Obama in 2012. That intolerance must be what triggered James Holmes too.

Nah... Holmes was a gameless Omega. Wouldn't have happened if he had found Roissy (or Alpha Game)

Breaking the chains, winning the games, and saving Western Civilization. fo shizzle.

Blogger Markku April 22, 2013 5:34 PM  

I am trained in gorilla warfare

Chimping out is your thing?

Anonymous Will Best April 22, 2013 5:34 PM  

After my flash rage subsided I got introspective and wondered if this sort of reflection would take place if say the mythical right-wing, christian, tea-party hate monger had committed these acts.

Apparently the best way to convince this guy that your cause is just and that society needs to accommodate your needs is to indiscriminately kill people in some manner not involving a gun or knife.

Anonymous Chad April 22, 2013 5:41 PM  

Apparently the best way to convince this guy that your cause is just and that society needs to accommodate your needs is to indiscriminately kill people in some manner not involving a gun or knife.

Apparently not with a weaponised pressure cooker either. Apparently that's considered a weapon of mass destruction. Or at least if used in situations where a state without a death-penalty wants to use the death-penalty.

Anonymous Salt April 22, 2013 5:52 PM  

You’re fucking dead, kiddo."

Shut up, Francis!

Anonymous JohnR April 22, 2013 5:56 PM  

For a guy who doesn't allow anonymous comments, you sure are tolerant, maybe a little too tolerant....

Hmmm.....

Blogger Tom Kratman April 22, 2013 6:02 PM  

Being from Boston - no, not Rhode Island; no, not southern New Hampshire; no, not somewhere out in western Massachussetts; no, not just inside the Route 128 boundary; _Boston_, Boston - I sometimes feel compelled to rise to its defense. It is not all that inherently liberal. What happened, though, were two events, operating synergistically. One was the box-of-rocks stupid dropping of the voting age to 18. The second was a Supreme Court decision, early 70s, that tossed out the state's pervious lengthy residency requirements for voting or getting any kind of state assistance. What that meant was that the roughly half a million college students, mostly out of state and voting straight Marxist-Leninist ticket, under the control of their redder-than-Stalin profs, took control of state politics. But the normal and average citizen is nothing like that liberal. Contemplate, for example, South Boston (Yeah, "Southie is my home town"). Sent its sons to Vietnam and lost them at about four times the national rate, and virtually all volunteers. The nuns there explained to my class that, were we to be killed in battle, it would count as baptism by fire, sending us straight to Heaven. Fought gay participation in the Saint Patrick's day parade tooth and nail. Fought integration more violently than that. Every freaking intersection named for a dead war hero....you get the idea. And the state? Until quite recently, Massachusetts had an almost unbroken string of conservative governors going back to the founding. The first Dem I can recall, King, was more conservative than most Republicans, anywhere. It _still_ takes better care of its military veterans than most or, perhaps, any other state.

And, yes, I am bitter. The motherfuckers stole my home and I WANT IT BACK!

Anonymous Question April 22, 2013 6:03 PM  

After my flash rage subsided I got introspective and wondered if this sort of reflection would take place if say the mythical right-wing, christian, tea-party hate monger had committed these acts.

Apparently the best way to convince this guy that your cause is just and that society needs to accommodate your needs is to indiscriminately kill people in some manner not involving a gun or knife.


Rofl I was just waiting for one of you idiots to say something like this. Sarcasm is well beyond the intellectual capabilities of most of you even when its used by one of your own.

Anonymous Crispy April 22, 2013 6:05 PM  

@eric, I stand corrected.

@anonymous, Harold Michael Harvey, J.D. has a job for you:
http://www.allvoices.com/contributed-news/14427851-obama-is-it-time-for-martial-law

BTW, He's also an "organizing fellow" for Organizing for America.

Anonymous is it can be troll bob time now? April 22, 2013 6:07 PM  

heck, i live in flyover country and sometimes *I* get the urge to indiscriminately homicidal.



tz April 22, 2013 4:59 PM
where woudl the friendliest location for me to move to - and apply for citizenship be?



Berzerkeley?





Anonymous April 22, 2013 5:27 PM
You think you can get away with saying that shit to me over the Internet? ...As we speak I am contacting my secret network of spies across the USA and your IP is being traced right now



you back traced it and the consequences will never be the same?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JJzde9gpPxo



Anonymous Josh April 22, 2013 6:07 PM  

Boston is conservative because lots of people from southie fought in Vietnam and they don't like gays?

Anonymous JohnS April 22, 2013 6:07 PM  

So, who's going to be the first ilk to take a pic of a pressure cooker with a "coexist" sticker stuck to the side? I would... but I'm far too tolerant, ya know?

Blogger Tom Kratman April 22, 2013 6:11 PM  

Not so much conservative as inherently illiberal, yes. Sort of Jacksonianville, North. However, be it noted that the tax regime has been driving the Irish, Poles, and Lithuanians (and the odd Italian that married in) out of Southie for some time, so I can't really address how it is, only how it was within the last couple-three decades.

The state, on the other hand, was pretty conservative.

Anonymous is it can be troll bob time now? April 22, 2013 6:12 PM  

Tom Kratman April 22, 2013 6:02 PM
What that meant was that the roughly half a million college students, mostly out of state and voting straight Marxist-Leninist ticket, under the control of their redder-than-Stalin profs, took control of state politics.




this is also exactly what is going on in Wisconsin and, i assume, most other 'liberal' states.

it's an open 'secret' in Madison that college students go from polling place to polling place and register votes under different dorm addresses. and all those votes are counted. and they don't have any 'voting fraud' problem or a need for a photo id. < / sarc >

Blogger Tom Kratman April 22, 2013 6:13 PM  

I wouldn't even charge voting fraud. They don''t need to. That many reds voting for the gulag is enough to sway the election of a not-especially populous state or city.

Anonymous Crispy April 22, 2013 6:15 PM  

As we speak I am contacting my secret network of spies across the USA and your IP is being traced right now so you better prepare for the storm, maggot.

I'll save you the trouble. My IP address is 127.0.0.1. Have at it!

Anonymous is it can be troll bob time now? April 22, 2013 6:22 PM  

amusing personal aside, given the ITG copypasta'd above:
i have a cousin-in-law who is on the Illinois High Power team. and, last year, the Illini state team beat the Marines.

BOTH of the Marine shooting teams.

Anonymous patrick kelly April 22, 2013 6:28 PM  

"i have a cousin-in-law who is on the Illinois High Power team. and, last year, the Illini state team beat the Marines. "

Back in the late 90's I watched a female member of a public high school Air Force Jr. ROTC beat 3 out of 4 of the west coast Marine team at a match in Colinga. I will never forget the looks of horror on their faces when reading the scores, heh...... oh, and to make things worse an Air Force MSgt won the match. Their uniforms were the most spify tho'........


Blogger Remo April 22, 2013 6:40 PM  

Yes, Boston is too conservative. That is the problem. Karl Marx is more of a conservative than the standard Mass. dweller.

Blogger Rantor April 22, 2013 6:41 PM  

Hard to believe they are going to allow the Feds to seek the death penalty... They are all so opposed to that, Massachusetts got rid of it.

Anonymous Displeased Ferd April 22, 2013 6:48 PM  

Oh my!! I wish we could have done more for the dear boys. Look at what has become of them. Sighs!!!!!

Like place a well directed kick on their sorry asses out of our Country!!

How many more like them are hiding, waiting to do their own little Jihad?

Anonymous Scintan April 22, 2013 6:50 PM  

Not so much conservative as inherently illiberal, yes. Sort of Jacksonianville, North. However, be it noted that the tax regime has been driving the Irish, Poles, and Lithuanians (and the odd Italian that married in) out of Southie for some time, so I can't really address how it is, only how it was within the last couple-three decades.

The state, on the other hand, was pretty conservative.


Sorry, but this is just not correct. Boston is definitely a liberal city politically, and hasn't had a Republican mayor since 1930. It does have a few points where that liberalism shows that it's not through to the bone, as it were, but that doesn't make it anything near conservative.

Also, you claimed that the state had conservative governors. That's bullshit too. There's a difference between Republican and conservative. The notion that governors like Weld and Romney were conservative is laughable. This is where Romneycare came from, for crying out loud. You're talking about a state where the Democrats have a 3:1 registration advantage over the Republicans, and the Republican governors are essentially nothing more than occasional brake pumpers.

And, yes, I've lived in Boston.

Blogger Tom Kratman April 22, 2013 7:09 PM  

You are having trouble about the difference between "is" and "was"? Why is that? Calvin Coolidge and Ed King weren't conservative? Who knew? Who the fuck knew?

Anonymous TJIC April 22, 2013 7:09 PM  

> Let's face it, if you found yourself living amongst the sort of moronic liberal pseudo-intellectuals that live in Cambridge, MA, you'd probably be more than a little tempted to turn indiscriminately homicidal too.

Being a resident of the town next door to Cambridge http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arlington,_Massachusetts ... yes, the frustration of dealing with my "betters" is indeed trying.

Anonymous Discard April 22, 2013 7:12 PM  

When I first read of the Marathon bombing, I feared that some right-winger was out to get some leftists, like that Swedish guy who shot up the Kiddie Kommie Kamp. I knew we'd get a shit load of wanker wrath dumped on us, and the Politician-in Chief would spew about intolerance. What a relief to hear that the Sand People did it. Of course, all those hate-Whitey editorials the pundits had lined up have been saved for a more propitious time.

Blogger mmaier2112 April 22, 2013 7:25 PM  

"Perhaps if they'd grown up in Provincetown, they would have felt more appreciated."

Yeah, their asses when they were younger, maybe.

Anonymous jack April 22, 2013 7:40 PM  

@Tom Kratman:

Interesting points about MA and Boston south. Thanks for the insights. I imagine the same could be said of some place like PA. with the western portion, coal mining, etc, notably conservative [as I understand it] but the eastern cities with the bulk of the population holding sway.
I like the treatment, in your legion books, of the Heinlein idea from Starship Troopers where mostly the service people had the vote. Unlike your fictional legion within Balboa I believe the Mobile Infantry of Heinlein could not vote or hold public office while they were active duty. Probably a small point as one of the Heinlein characters, while at OCS, responded to the instructors question of why their system worked with the statement, 'It works because you have the wolves ruling the sheep' or some such.
Be nice if we could try something like that here and now. Maybe you should consider forming a Kratman Legion. Only take a few trillion these days.

Blogger Tom Kratman April 22, 2013 7:47 PM  

Nobody serving in the legions votes for Senate or President of the Republic, Jack, and the legislature's probably going to go vets only, too. The civil centuries of the tercios vote, but they are discharged with only the kind of minimal militia/home guard obligation that any citizen might have.

I don't have the health or energy for it anymore, though my black-hearted meanness quotient remains high. ;)

Blogger Tom Kratman April 22, 2013 7:56 PM  

Hmmm...Massachusetts...linberalism...Mike Dukakis...and me.

As all good stories being, "Now this is no shit."

Amusing little me and Mike Dukasis story. Absolutely true.

I was a captain, getting ready to come out of my second company command, and shooting the shit with the brigade commander several months prior to the 88 election. Me: "Oh, I dunno, sir; I'd kind of like Dukakis to win."

Him, grasping his chest at the encroaching heart attack: "WHAT!?!?!"

Me: "Well, part of me does. See, way back around 1970 or so I hooked school and went to watch the debates at the State House on Beacon Hill. Boston Latin was a highly political school, self consciously so, and you could get away with hooking about once a year, maybe twice, to further your own political education. So I saw Dukakis arguing in favor of a bill for the state to impose itself to prevent Massachusetts boys from being drafted. About a week later I saw him riding the subway, walked up, stared down at him, and said, "You communist cocksucker." He stared down at the floor, half fear, half shame. I was only 13 or 14, not big, and still bigger than he was. So think about it; Dukakis wins and I am the only serving officer in the Regular Army to have called the President of the United States a communist cocksucker to his face..."

Anonymous DonReynolds April 22, 2013 8:00 PM  

What they call "conservative" in Boston, and much of the rest of New England and New York and Pennsylvania, is what the rest of the country knows as ROMAN CATHOLIC. Of course, in the rest of the country we think Roman Catholics are pretty much Liberal, well left of center. That is a pretty good measure of how Liberal our Yankee cousins might be.

I can well imagine how interesting it might be for a normal person to find himself in Boston, much less Cambridge. I had been married for a couple of years (to my ex wife) and had heard all the usual chatter about various relatives, I had yet to meet personally, mostly I tended to disregard it. "Uncle John" was often referenced without me asking any questions. So you can imagine my surprise when "Uncle John" turned out to be John Kenneth Galbraith (one of the worst economic writers). I was not for sure if I simply wanted to go postal or pull all my teeth. Thankfully, I was awarded with a divorce instead.

Blogger Nate April 22, 2013 8:08 PM  

Vox... you make a strong point.

I've never lived in Boston or New York... and I've found myself considering blowing them up several times.

Anonymous DonReynolds April 22, 2013 8:12 PM  

Speaking of Reds....

I am sure you are all aware that today is Lenin's birthday...April 22nd.

This country recognized Lenin's 100th birthday in 1970 with celebrations from coast to coast, it being the first EARTH DAY. And every year since 1970, all the gentle commies have come out on Lenin's birthday to celebrate cheap pot, horney (but usually fat ugly) women, and imagine how great it will be when we finally achieve our Utopia. Oh, and how horrible it must be to work for evil corporations, who put profits ahead of the environment.

Anonymous Scintan April 22, 2013 8:16 PM  

You are having trouble about the difference between "is" and "was"? Why is that? Calvin Coolidge and Ed King weren't conservative? Who knew? Who the fuck knew?

No, I'm having trouble buying the claims of it being a conservative state and the city only getting liberal in the past couple of decades. By comparison to today, every state was more conservative in the fabled days of yore. You're going back to pre-1930 for Coolidge and Republican domination, because immigration killed that beginning in the 1930's. Boston is one of the more liberal cities in the country, and it has been for quite some time. Massachusetts is one of the more liberal states in the country, and it has been for some time.

Anonymous gwood April 22, 2013 8:19 PM  

"Every normal man must be tempted, at times, to spit on his hands, hoist the black flag, and begin slitting throats.”

Blogger Tom Kratman April 22, 2013 8:21 PM  

Don:

Well...not exactly. If you do, as I used to, and as one can, define a liblepr (LIBeral-LEftist-Progressive-Red) as someone who comes down more or less heavily on the nurture/environment side of the "what is the nature of man" question, then, yes, there's been a kind of liberalism prevalent in Massachusetts since 1620. In practice, though, it was never really that simple, even in 1620. Was, for example, opposition to slavery a liberal position? I don't know that it either was or is, what with the liberal schwerpunkt devoted to keeping blacks on the plantation, subservient, and chanting hymns in praise of their "betters." Rather, I would say that it was a fundamentally conservative - as Bill Buckley would have understood conservative - position, occassionaly made radical by the likes of Garrison. But that intellectual liberalism or conservatism affected, or was effected by, very few. The mass of the state, throughout my boyhood, was intensely patriotic, willing to pay with blood, not just verbiage, strong on gun rights, not super enthused about unions...pick your liberal cause, it didn't get too far in Massachusetts until the drop in voting age _and_ juridical elimination of the long residency requirement. Has it changed somewhat now? Sure, even more or less heavily; libleperism is, after all, a cmmunicable mental disease. But that doesn't change my point that the state was not like that forty or fifty years ago.

Blogger Tom Kratman April 22, 2013 8:23 PM  

Colloidge to King is a continuum. Yes, that means go check the calendar.

Blogger Tom Kratman April 22, 2013 8:23 PM  

Coolidge

Blogger Tom Kratman April 22, 2013 8:35 PM  

While you're checking the calendar, note when King, the last conservative, was elected there. Match that against dropping the voting age to 18 and eliminating long term residency requirments to vote. Now, you may be so young that the world didn't begin until sometime after 1972. _I_, however, am not.

Anonymous Scintan April 22, 2013 8:41 PM  

Colloidge to King is a continuum. Yes, that means go check the calendar.

I hate to quote Wiki, but it's easy in this case:

The Republican dominance of Massachusetts slowly died in 1920s and 1930s as predominantly Democratic immigrant groups changed the traditionally Republican White Anglo-Saxon Protestant (WASP) Massachusetts into the Catholic Democratic majority state that it remains today. Additionally helping the Democratic take-over of Massachusetts was the high unionization of workers in the state, coupled with the onset of the Great Depression and the rise of the New Deal Democrats. By the 1950s, most of the urban-suburban areas of Massachusetts were largely Democratic, leaving just a couple pockets of strongly Republican rural areas in Barnstable, Nantucket, Dukes, Bristol, Berkshire, and Franklin Counties.

JFK soon after would again lead the Democratic Party, becoming the successful 1960 Democratic candidate for President, and in doing so delivering Massachusetts solidly to the Democrats on the Federal level until 1980, when Ronald Reagan won Massachusetts, a feat he repeated in 1984. The fiscally conservative, and largely Rockefeller Republicans of Massachusetts would slowly lose power in the next 24 years, losing their last US Senate seat to Paul Tsongas in 1978, and five US House of Representatives seats in the same period. On the state level, Democrats would take super-majorities in both houses of the State Legislature, and would dominate the Governorship for twenty-two years out of the thirty-four year period from 1957 to 1990.

Blogger Tom Kratman April 22, 2013 8:46 PM  

And I thought you were the one insisting that republican was not equal to conservative. Why don't you check King's party. And stop wasting time with silly, ignorant, counterfactual bullshit.

Anonymous sprach von Teufelshunden April 22, 2013 8:57 PM  

What Spooner says, what if they are just patsies? How many times has this happened before in our illustrious history? One too many me thinks...

Anonymous Scintan April 22, 2013 9:01 PM  

And I thought you were the one insisting that republican was not equal to conservative. Why don't you check King's party. And stop wasting time with silly, ignorant, counterfactual bullshit.

Republican is not equal to conservative, that is correct. Democrat is not necessarily equal to liberal, either, although the link is much more likely. I assume you have a point other than trying to argue that two people outweigh the tide of all the others?

Anonymous Godfrey April 22, 2013 9:09 PM  

That's exactly how Progressives "think". They’re subtle racists. They don’t believe black and brown people can choose evil. They won’t admit it, not even to themselves, but Progressives believe only white people can choose evil. Progressives, in an odd way, are white supremacists. They subconsciously believe that only superior white people have the capacity to distinguish between good and evil. As far as they are concerned, black and brown people can only act on instinct; they can only be victims and pets.

Blogger Tom Kratman April 22, 2013 9:16 PM  

Election to the office of governor, last time I checked, involved more than two people. Or do you have some version of the Mass. Constitution to which the rest of us are not privy.

Blogger Doom April 22, 2013 9:21 PM  

Let's face it, if you found yourself living amongst the sort of moronic liberal pseudo-intellectuals that live in Cambridge, MA, you'd probably be more than a little tempted to turn indiscriminately homicidal too.

Very true, but only for those innately predisposed, or transformed into, hunters of men. The weak and even more so those who question their viability, are natural draws for predators. It's often how women get raped and "raped". Those who would defend them have been chased off by the very politics that these types espouse. The would-be heroes are usually more the target of these particularly suicidal sheep than are those who would literally butcher them.

I am surprised there hasn't been outrage at the over-reach of the police (if some of it rightly). Some of it was exactly right, but a city-wide lock-down? Seriously? Fucking children. I am waiting for the Emo sheep to begin whining about the excessive force used to hunt these "poor 'youths'". It's coming. 3... 2... 1...

Anonymous Idle Spectator April 22, 2013 9:25 PM  

Have they ever stopped to consider being around Chechens is what makes people avoid Chechens?

The regions and countries around there in the Caucasus: Georgia, Chechnya, North Ossetia, South Ossetia, Dagestan, Armenia, Azerbajian, Nakhichivan, Abkhazia, ect. are all feuding peoples.


Despite that, even they all know to avoid Chechens.

That should probably tell you all you need to know.

Anonymous Scintan April 22, 2013 9:31 PM  

Election to the office of governor, last time I checked, involved more than two people. Or do you have some version of the Mass. Constitution to which the rest of us are not privy.

The governership is held by one person, unless that's been changed without the knowledge of the citizens of Massachusetts. The current governor, for example, is Duval Patrick, not "Duval Patrick and a bunch of other people".

Blogger Tom Kratman April 22, 2013 9:33 PM  

But that's not the point, something it is becoming ever clearer is impossible to get through your impenetrable skull. A conservative politician, and King was very conservative, elected to the highest office in the state, after running openly as what he was, means that a majority of people voting were voting _conservative_.

Anonymous sprach von Teufelshunden April 22, 2013 9:35 PM  

And now this. You just don't pick up patsies off the street. Especially, when their mother is FSB, and a consultant to DHS and FBI on Chechnya... [1]

Heneghan knows Webb. Webb on staff at VT, knows Duff, Harris, and Fetzer. Also Dr. Preston James, who has this to say about Webb:

Stew Webb has been bucking the mishpucka and Secret Shadow Govt for many years. And as incredulous as his stories seem, unfortunately they have been shown eventually to be true. Without his Heroic disclosures and addiction to the Truth, very little would have ever been disclosed about the Denver/Mena/Miami Rust Alley connection and the hidden masters behind it all. And although not commonly known he has strong support from inside the system from many agents, operatives and assets who play along but do not buy the con anymore (they do not want to throw themselves on a sword until TSHTF). They will not throw themselves on a sword, but do provide info and support. Highest commendations to Stew Webb for standing up for America and all of us and has fought a long hard battle on our behalf against this insidious evil that hijacked American intel, banking and the USG which is the “enemy within” our Funding Fathers warned us about.

Webb's site (and Heneghan's as well), have been attacked/hacked numerous times. In fact, he is still in the process of rebuilding his site, as we speak, from a more recent attack. They don't attack you, unless you are telling the truth. (They also don't try to kill you, unless you have something truthful to say)




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[1] There again, you have someone to blackmail. The art of skulduggery and subterfuge has always proven to be generational. That is how the perpetual lineage of blackmail is successfully performed, from generation to generation. Again, a full reading of Rulers of Evil will crystallize this comprehension in one's mind.

Blogger Tom Kratman April 22, 2013 9:37 PM  

Now the more interesting question, were you astute enough to answer it - but that it to laugh - was how was a conservative able to get elected 7 years after the drop in voting age and the enfranchisement of all those pinkish-red college students. It's probably impossible to say, though I theorize it was mostly do to two factors: 1) the reds hadn't quite organized themselves yet, and 2) the backlash against them by - once fucking again - the more normal, at that time normally fairly conservative, native Massachusetts voters.

Anonymous Dr. Idle Spectator, Caucasus Studies April 22, 2013 9:48 PM  

Let's not forget Ramzan Kadyrov, President of Chechnya. Here's a little Chechnip from his biography:

Kadyrov was born in Tsentoroi, RSFSR, USSR. A reckless and impetuous person at school, Ramzan Kadyrov strove to gain the respect of his father Akhmad Kadyrov, a Muslim imam. He claims that he always emulated his father. Ramzan enjoys boxing and once met with former heavyweight boxing champion Mike Tyson. In the early 1990s, as the Soviet Union splintered into fragments, the Chechens launched a bid for independence. The Kadyrovs joined the struggle against the federal forces, with Ramzan driving a car for his father Akhmad, who became the separatist mufti of Chechnya.

A reckless and impetuous Chechen? Now that's just crazy talk.

His father, of course, was assassinated with a bomb (I am sure you saw that coming). And he has been president for four years, which is pretty much a lifetime in Chechnya. He commands around 5,000 loyal troops in his own militia called Kadyrovites.

Chechen President Ramzan Kadyrov dancing

He is Caucasian but he's got the black man's rhythm! He is a menace and must be stopped!


Another thing that gets me, is I keep seeing comments by people that Chechens have skin that is too light to be considered "diverse." Open your eyes and put down the sippy cup. I can recognize it right they don't look "white." You can easily pick them out.

Anonymous Josh April 22, 2013 9:48 PM  

And now this. You just don't pick up patsies off the street. Especially, when their mother is FSB, and a consultant to DHS and FBI on Chechnya... [1]

Given your source's unreliability and inaccuracies on other matters, understand that many don't find this credible at all.

And, ahem, you keep failing to answer specific questions about a certain person who hasn't been arrested yet...

Anonymous Scintan April 22, 2013 9:57 PM  

But that's not the point, something it is becoming ever clearer is impossible to get through your impenetrable skull. A conservative politician, and King was very conservative, elected to the highest office in the state, after running openly as what he was, means that a majority of people voting were voting _conservative_.

No, It's exactly the point. Individuals make exceptions riding against the tide, but they are not the tide. In a state absolutely owned by the Democrats, the Republicans were able to get Weld, Celluci and Romney elected as governors. In the meantime, Ted Kennedy spent from 1962 until his death as one of the most liberal senators in the United States, and he was from Massachusetts and, starting in 1966, paired with other liberals like Kerry, Tsongas and Brooke (a Republican liberal).

Anonymous nick digger April 22, 2013 9:59 PM  

Let's not forget Ramzan Kadyrov, President of Chechnya

Is "Chechnya" a corporation, or a school board, or what? It sure ain't a country recognized by any other countries.

Blogger Tom Kratman April 22, 2013 10:02 PM  

You're apparently beyond hope or help, Scintan. If your objective was to get yourself in the figurative kill file; rejoice, you've succeeded,

Anonymous TJIC April 22, 2013 10:02 PM  

@Tom Kratman:
> So think about it; Dukakis wins and I am the only serving officer in the Regular Army to have called the President of the United States a communist cocksucker to his face..."

EPIC!

Anonymous Idle Spectator April 22, 2013 10:04 PM  

Is "Chechnya" a corporation, or a school board, or what? It sure ain't a country recognized by any other countries.

Of course.

//Hits bong

And... and... Tibet is no...no recognized, which makes Tibetans actually Chinese.

Yes, yes.

//Hits bong

Anonymous Scintan April 22, 2013 10:15 PM  

You're apparently beyond hope or help, Scintan. If your objective was to get yourself in the figurative kill file; rejoice, you've succeeded,

Now you're making no sense at all.

Anonymous karen April 22, 2013 10:20 PM  

Here is something I have thought about...if they had tried this martial law dry run down south where I live, they would have had a much different outcome. No way are we allowing armed people to bang on our doors just to let them in to search our homes and ourselves. NO WAY. They can pull that crap up north, but no way are we allowing that nonsense to take place where we live. I find it telling that these incidents normally happen where the populace is largely unarmed.

Anonymous castricv April 22, 2013 10:28 PM  

Oh in other news did anyone else see how hot Tamerlane's wife is? Holy crap.

Blogger Nate April 22, 2013 10:29 PM  

"You're apparently beyond hope or help, Scintan."

On certain topics you are absolutely correct. Scintan simply is incapable of seeing or hearing when his sacred cows are attacked.

Never the less he is a bright fellow and on other topics he can be very good.

Blogger Tom Kratman April 22, 2013 10:31 PM  

At this point, Nate, the weight of evidence is so heavily against that prospect that I am unlikely to look to see.

Blogger Ddog April 22, 2013 10:40 PM  

Brother defenders of Western culture and its last bastion of masculine identity stop arguing amongst ourselves. Who cares what Boston's political leaning is? If you stand against the nonsensethen unite, a simple thing to do now is to be vocal about ALWAYS referring to these two enemies as MUSLIMS. " The Muslim bombers". , " they are interrogating the Muslims" etc.

That is the relevant issue. 4 newspapers in my local sandwich shop carried headlines about these Muslims, but not one headline had the word musli or Islam. I am boldly using that language. Lets try to take back frame in our daily world. Call them Muslim and encourage others to see that it is the central issue.

Anonymous Scintan April 22, 2013 10:46 PM  

On certain topics you are absolutely correct. Scintan simply is incapable of seeing or hearing when his sacred cows are attacked.

Never the less he is a bright fellow and on other topics he can be very good.


We have the same opinion of one another, good sir.

Anonymous DonReynolds April 22, 2013 10:46 PM  

Tom Kratman... "Was, for example, opposition to slavery a liberal position? I don't know that it either was or is, what with the liberal schwerpunkt devoted to keeping blacks on the plantation, subservient, and chanting hymns in praise of their "betters." Rather, I would say that it was a fundamentally conservative - as Bill Buckley would have understood conservative - position, occassionaly made radical by the likes of Garrison. But that intellectual liberalism or conservatism affected, or was effected by, very few. The mass of the state, throughout my boyhood, was intensely patriotic, willing to pay with blood, not just verbiage, strong on gun rights, not super enthused about unions...pick your liberal cause, it didn't get too far in Massachusetts until the drop in voting age _and_ juridical elimination of the long residency requirement."

To answer your question, Tom....the radical Abolitionists of the 19th century were radical liberal, even among the Liberals. Absolute extremists, yes. And the Southerners, including those who owned slaves, were conservative Democrats. This is pretty well-known materials. Buckley would be a fun guy to get drunk with but his version of conservative was definitely Harvard square.

I think you would do well to show the conservatism of Massachusetts in terms of US Senator Edmond Brooke, who was the only black Senator ever re-elected in US history, and a OSS war hero. (His wife still called him by his code name....Carlo, which he used as a spy in Italy during the war, when he met her.) His bonifides as to being a conservative were established when he was attacked viciously by the valedictorian of the graduating class, at the commencement event where he was the guest speaker. The valedictorian was Hillary Rodham and she was unhappy about Senator Brooke's support of the VietNam conflict. Yes, Brooke was a Republican.

Anonymous Scintan April 22, 2013 10:48 PM  

At this point, Nate, the weight of evidence is so heavily against that prospect that I am unlikely to look to see.

You made a bad assertion. It's historically misleading and inaccurate at best, and completely wrong at worst, depending on how hard you try to massage the transition of the 1930's. Don't try flipping that onto someone else. It doesn't reflect well upon you.

Anonymous Anonymous April 22, 2013 10:57 PM  

For me watching the show from the outside, I will connect dots with another recents events like the mass murders (specially the famous The Dark Knight Rises/James Holmes event, wich went around the globe) and gave ground for the push of gun control laws in your country.
In my opinion isn't a surprise that police killed the main suspect and the little brother will die in few days, they are only keeping him "alive" to keep running the cirque for long enough to create impact and form public opinion. After all death suspects can't do declarations or defend themselves.
The Goverment is going to plant the weapons and bombs in their houses as needed for their main pourpose.
Next step is to keep the mainstream with accusations that they did the bombs with gunpowder from ammunition.
And finally after enough people are filled with fear, ban or severely restric the adquisition of ammunition.
From here I see Uncle Sam is only preparing the ground for a fascist or dictatorship regime in your country, after all the disarmed people is easier to control.
The persons that watch too much CNN ,Fox News or mainstream media thinks this is crazy or unbelievable, but my recomendation is to be critic of the situation, connect dots and always keep and eye on the big picture.
Or free yourself and use alternative media, alwasy keep asking yourself what is the pourpose of any event? and who is the one benefited from it?
Just ask yourself why muslims will do such a weak attack?

Anonymous DonReynolds April 22, 2013 11:00 PM  

Scintan...."Republican is not equal to conservative, that is correct. Democrat is not necessarily equal to liberal, either, although the link is much more likely."

Neither of the two major parties are ideological, as much as the voters would like for them to be. BOTH parties have a left/right (or conservative/liberal) wing. The left in the Republican Party is formally represented by the Ripon Society, Rockefeller Republicans, and Neocons. The right in the Democrat Party is formally represented by certain hard hats (labor unions), remnants of the Old South, New Dealers, and cold warriors from the Kennedy-Johnson era.

Blogger Nate April 22, 2013 11:08 PM  

"Republican is not equal to conservative, that is correct. Democrat is not necessarily equal to liberal, either, although the link is much more likely."

geography is actually a better indicator for the political spectrum than party affiliation.

That is to say... a republican from New York is far more liberal than a democrat from Alabama.

Anonymous DonReynolds April 22, 2013 11:14 PM  

Anon...."Just ask yourself why muslims will do such a weak attack?"

I have always asked why the terrorists were not more serious about causing damage and maximizing casualties. The bombs in Boston were not intended to do either. In an objective frame of mind, the attack on 9/11 did not do either, as well.

One need not be an economist or a war planner to develop a much more devastating attack on this country on the back of an envelope. Devote a few weeks to the topic and you could shave down the costs and reduce the likelihood of being caught to zero. Clearly, the terrorists are not very serious.

Is this because they are Muslims? or because they are from the Middle East? or because they tend to be young men? I have no way of knowing. What I do know is that Americans, and by that I mean white Americans, would not be so feeble if they were terrorists. Once they took off the gloves, the goal would be to inflict the maximum damage while minimizing the likelihood of being captured. Want to know what it looks like? Check out the Irish Republican Army. That is a model that works fairly well.

The punks in Boston would have benefited from two simple rules: (1) Do not make your own bombs. Leave that work to experts. (2) Do not hang around to watch the bomb go off. Allow enough time to be several states away by the time the bombs explode.

Blogger Tom Kratman April 22, 2013 11:20 PM  

That's an assertion, Don, but not an argument. Actually, it's a series of assertions. Let's start, though, with some definitions...that, or we just spin our wheels fruitlessly. How do you define conservative? And liberal? I have my defintions, yes, but they're not the only possible ones. Rather, I should say I _had_ my definitions, which were that left and right were largely defined by their innate, unthinking answer to the question, "What is the nature of man; malleable by breeding (in a way Tory, definitely Nazi), by education, training, propagandization, and relentless nagging, (pick your libleperism) or not reliably malleable by anything? (basic American-style conservative)." I've, personally, moved a little beyond that, and am leaning toward the idea that that's the ultimate _articulable_ question, but that below that is, at least on the side of the left, a simplistic faith in a kind of magic. Notwithstanding, though, how someone answers that question tends to predict, or maybe define, where they stand on nearly everything. No matter, though, thought rarely enters into it. As a German statesman of the last century observed, "The masses of people do not reason; like animals they are driven forward by fanatacism and hysteria." My only objection to that is that it strikes me as far too elitist. Forget the masses, the leadership and, especially, the never sufficiently to be damned intellectuals are precisely the same.

Blogger Tom Kratman April 22, 2013 11:29 PM  

You can check out all the models you want, Don, but that doesn't mean you're capable of using them. The rest of the world send their best and brightest, or at least their best connected, to the best training the west has to offer. They leave as just what they came to the training as; sometimes - but rarely - good, usually military trash.

There are, in fact, some special issues in Arabic culture, which are present in Islam, or were carried over to it, and often distributed to other Islamic but non Arab cultures, that tends to make them military trash for the battle, though often giving them long term staying power.

Anonymous realmatt April 22, 2013 11:40 PM  


I've never lived in Boston or New York... and I've found myself considering blowing them up several times.


But there's a lot of sexy camel toe in Manhattan. I can't speak for Boston.

I love sluts.

Anonymous Scintan April 22, 2013 11:55 PM  

geography is actually a better indicator for the political spectrum than party affiliation.

That is to say... a republican from New York is far more liberal than a democrat from Alabama.


Your take has a good amount of validity, but many of the less radical liberal positions have become inculcated as cultural norms throughout the country.

Anonymous Scintan April 22, 2013 11:59 PM  

The right in the Democrat Party is formally represented by certain hard hats (labor unions), remnants of the Old South, New Dealers, and cold warriors from the Kennedy-Johnson era.

There is not really a conservative/right wing of the Democrat Party anymore, and the conservative/right wing of the Republican Party is beginning to abandon the party, and/or the political process. The liberalization of the country will increase in pace because conservatives quit while liberals burrowed in.

Anonymous DonReynolds April 23, 2013 12:21 AM  

Tom Kratman....The difference between ancient man and modern man has been described as: For ancient man, the law was fixed but the mores were flexible. (Thus, a Ruler could adopt a religion from himself and all the people in his Kingdom.) For modern man, mores are more fixed but the law is changed frequently. (The law does not forbid the observation of the Sabbath, but the law requiring Sunday closing may be repealed.)

In the world, the law is divided between the law of the East and the law of the West. In the West, the law proscribes or prohibits certain behaviors. Anything that is not prohibited by law is not considered a crime and largely acceptable. This is the considered the fundamental basis of freedom. (Some say this is because of the influence of the Bible, which is noted for "thou shalt not" in a common refrain.) In the East, the law compels behavior. "Thou shalt not" is replaced by "Thou Shall". This basic difference between East and West law is fundamental, but not a pure case.

To myself, the dichotomy between Liberal and Conservative can be contrasted in terms of simple tests. The egalitarian ideal is necessarily Liberal while the Conservative accepts inequality as a law of nature. A Liberal may see an advantage of redistributing income or wealth, whereas the Conservative would consider it theft. A Conservative respects the right of private property, whereas a Liberal may not admit that property has any rights, only responsibilities to the community and the common good. A Conservative believes in the rule of law, good or bad, but a Liberal is more likely to superimpose other considerations on the rule of law. (The law as a strongly worded suggestion.) A Conservative believes that his individual freedom depends in part on limits to government authority. A Liberal may see government authority as the only way of implementing a social agenda, that requires equality by any means. A Conservative believes in free speech (and press) and a Liberal believes that no speech should be permitted that does not support their social agenda. In short, a Liberal is a person who wants to do the thinking for other people and a Conservative is a person who wants to be left the hell alone. The Liberal hopes for the day they have a majority, which will give them dictatorship in a democracy. The Conservative knows that freedom and democracy are competing ideas. He prefers a Republic of laws that guarantee the natural rights of all free men to a utopia of forced altruism and equality.

That is my take on the subject. No doubt you have your own ideas.

Anonymous Anonymous April 23, 2013 12:56 AM  

Mr. Franklin do we have a Monarchy or a Republic?
Ben Franklin replied: A republic; if you can keep it.

We shall see -It's a long story I digress.

To be continued.

Blogger Nate April 23, 2013 1:06 AM  

"There is not really a conservative/right wing of the Democrat Party anymore, and the conservative/right wing of the Republican Party is beginning to abandon the party, and/or the political process"

I think DH would tell you that's not true. There is a right wing of the democratic party... they just aren't allowed to talk.

Anonymous DonReynolds April 23, 2013 1:22 AM  

Very true, Nate.

Anonymous DonReynolds April 23, 2013 1:24 AM  

And the same goes for the right wing of the Republican Party too, Nate. (Ask any Ron Paul supporter.)

Anonymous sprach von Teufelshunden April 23, 2013 1:39 AM  

Someone named Josh here, is insistent and incessant about pressing me for answers.

Okay...

First, I will reiterate what Dr. James says, when talking about Webb, that is buddies (literally POTUS election running mates at one time) with Heneghan:

And although not commonly known he has strong support from inside the system from many agents, operatives and assets who play along but do not buy the con anymore (they do not want to throw themselves on a sword until TSHTF).

Let me also reiterate what Dr. James said in one of his own numerous articles:

It seems apparent that a major portion of the underlings working in Homeland Security and the military and even a portion of our high military command now realize America has been hijacked and are sitting tight, often sandbagging or dragging, not willing to throw themselves on a sword by rebelling. However, many of these folks will jump in and join the cause when there is a mass public awakening of American Citizens...

So, you say, I want to hear personally from one of these -- sandbaggers! Okay, little one, your wish is my command...

Go to here. Listen to yesterday's show. (4/22/13). The first hour, you will learn a lot about Boston. Second hour, you will learn about Chechnya, Bosnia, and Brzezinski. (Some of you better hold your tender little ears, because Duff will mention UFOs along with Boston, and "false flag" in general.) It is like Duff says. It has literally been one big PSYOP since 9/11. (To some extent, it has been one since '81, post Reagan assassination attempt.)

At the very end of the second hour, Duff will introduce Col. Jim Hanke (ret). Former JSOC [1] commander. They talk about Adm. Cosgriff and such. Hanke suggests, things are much worse than even Heneghan et al suggests. Harris needs to bring Hanke and Duff on tomorrow, for the entire 2 hours. They were not even scratching the surface, on what Hanke knows.

So, why has Benny B. not been taken away in chains. I don't know. Do you? He may well be under house arrest (or heavy surveillance) as we speak. For the same reasons, why hasn't SoetorObama, the Congress, and the Judiciary been seized by the Marines, as Dr. Edwin Vieira suggested back in 2008?

Be careful what you wish for in a military coup. Watch Seven Days in May. You really want this? We may well not have a choice in the end. The year is young. A lot can happen between this very nano-second and the end of 2013.




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[1] Joint Special Operations Command

Col. Hanke uses the word bifurcation in describing the culprits, of not just Boston, but long before that, going back to 9/11. Col. Hanke is literally reiterating Dr. James, when he speaks of the SSG. (Secret Shadow Government)

Duff emphasizes, strongly with Harris, that Col. Hanke is the one guest he would want to feature on his show, more than any other. More than any other in the last 100 years, who goes so far to state. The more I listen to Col. Hanke, (and I'm continually re-listening to his words), he talks about not only bifurcation in governmental political structure, but also American culture as well. Col. Hanke appears to be alluding to much more than just Israel and the Mossad. I think he is pointing to something purely Satanic, without mentioning the words. My take here.

It is Harris' show, however Duff is Harris' boss at Adamus Group. Hanke is Director of Operations, Adamus Defense Group. Duff scolds Harris on air. Harris should know how important a guest/caller Hanke is. Harris is one of the newer guys at VT/Adamus. Perhaps he just needed a reminder from his boss. Duff, is practically in the role of a General here. Even beyond that of a mere CEO. When you look at his total background, that begins to sink in.

Anonymous Anonymous April 23, 2013 1:51 AM  

Got to love that blame the victim mindset. Of course you have to be from their pre selected victim class. They're crazy as hell. I've never met anyone like this group. It's a long story my & head's going to explode.

These liberal tyrants think they're going to wind up running the show. History Repeats: The Night of Long Knives I think it was - then came in the real bad boys after The Brownshirts were taken out,they brought in The Waffen SS & The Gestapo. Check out Golden Dawn and The White Supremacist movement in Greece and that Shadow Gov'ts Armies. I just don't think The PC Police is going to make a dent in that crew.

They are literal Satanists running things. Just Google Satanic Progressive Revolt. It takes some connecting the dots. It goes back to Nazi Germany and The Commies the masked religion behind both is literal Satanism. They don't openly publish quite a bit on purpose. Then comes in Madam Blavatsky and The Thule and Vrill Society and Hitler ect.
It's really all about John F Kennedys Secret Society Speech. We are opposed around the world by a monolithic and ruthless conspiracy - Satanism.

Exact same group running things. They ascertain Lucifer was really just given a bad rap *(stick with me here); now Satan The Dark Lord after we get over all that 'superstition' was the intellectual liberator of humanity; I have read my bible and real Christian end times theology is lining up like dominoes. It really is a religious war. Just Google Satanic Hand Signs, They believe in order out of chaos. They are a death cult. This is what they do at Satanic Black Mass & have for centuries. The Satanic Bible by Anton LaVey. Tragically most people are so theologically dumbed down to Paganism, Christianity,Satanism and The Mystery Babylon Religions they don't understand what they are looking at. The European Union of Stamp of a Woman Rides The Beast, The 10 Region *(kingdom one world Gov.) as in Daniel, they are into Vril Forces, the God of forces spoken of by Daniel. Nietzsche and The Will To Power and raising up a coming race that does not uphold Christian values, they will attempt to overturn the times and laws of The Most High =- Daniel. You need to check out the European Union Union Poster it's literally the tower of Babel. That long prophesied one world religion; the all roads lead to hell Eucenemical Movement waiting for you in the UN. You need to take a Lucifarian Pledge to get in - David Spangler. And it will be the number of a man and his number shall be 666. There is much more.
It is literally a full frontal conscious assault on The Throne of Christ. The Dragon Statue on The Papal Crest and The Satanic Gansta Bankster home of the city of London, The Rothschild Crest, who manage The Papal Trust. They worshiped the dragon that gave power unto the beast. Revelations 13.4. Then onto Thread Needle Street home to The Satanic Gansta Banksters. It is a literal slap in the face to Jesus. Remember it is easier for a camel to thread the eye of a needle than for a rich man to enter the kingdom of God. They think they are going to set up their own little kingdom - Just like Satan. The Devils greatest trick to convince the world he didn't exist. Pure evil still stalks the face of this earth

They are really into that singularity of consciousness and trans-humanism
.
They can' seem to understand God Almighty is not an 'affirmative action program', a democracy, a frog to be dissected, or some damn President you elect. He is not a glorified version of humans. HE IS GOD ALMIGHTY! IT"S EVIL TO ATTEMPT TO FIRE GOD. That is exactly what is going on.

I told them
Things are gonna get mighty rough here in Gomorrah by the sea
God found out we had plans of our own
War is coming and the earth is shaking.

Even if they don't prefer it.

The Pipers calling you to join him
When one is one and one is all
To be a rock and not to roll
And they're buying a stairway to hell

Anonymous Gen. Kong April 23, 2013 1:59 AM  

I'm not sure if terms such as "conservative" or "liberal" have any meaning today. It seems we've gone far past the point where they stand for anything other than labels. We just as well use peuces and snails.

What is it that "conservatives" are attempting to conserve? The only thing they've actually succeeded in conserving are the advances made towards the shiny utopian future of unlimited growth and progress made by the "liberals" - who are in reality some of the most illiberal, totalitarian collection of ideologues who've ever inhabited the planet. It's not like they really had to do anything to conserve even these, as there was never a real threat to undo them in the first place.

As for political parties, Vox stated it bluntly years ago: There is but one party in actuality - the bank party. It's a government of the banks, by the banks and for the banks. As long as the jujubox blares forth it's various lies, propaganda, two-minute (or two-hour) hates, and circuses, the denizens of the dumbass dystopia will earnestly believe in whatever fraudulent fables they are fed, gulping them down faster than the Rev. Rahmstein Jeremiah Wright-Jones can hand out his latest vintage of exquisite grape drank.

Blogger Nate April 23, 2013 2:02 AM  

"So, why has Benny B. not been taken away in chains. I don't know. Do you? He may well be under house arrest (or heavy surveillance) as we speak. For the same reasons, why hasn't SoetorObama, the Congress, and the Judiciary been seized by the Marines, as Dr. Edwin Vieira suggested back in 2008?"

Yes. We do know Dread. We do know why no one has been arrested. The answer is...

Because all of these people full of shit.

Anonymous Samuel Scott April 23, 2013 7:10 AM  

I lived in various places throughout Boston for years before moving to Israel. I, too, can testify that the city is not as completely liberal as people think.

In places such as Southie (South Boston) and Eastie (East Boston), the neighborhoods are full of what could be termed "Reagan Democrats" -- blue-collar people who are socially conservative but fiscally moderate or liberal. Because many of these families are poor, many of their children could only go to college if they went into the military. So, they went in greater numbers than their white-collar, upper-class counterparts.

There was a small, family owned restaurant in Eastie (forget the street name, but near the Maverick T station) whose walls were decked in flags, red-white-and-blue, and pictures of Reagan. And that's just one example.

It's indeed true that one must differentiate between born-and-raised Bostonians and transplants (usually for college -- like I was). Blue-collar neighborhoods and many suburban areas are fairly moderate or conservative. But it's the millions of people in the other parts of Boston -- often college students or people who work in higher education -- that tip the scale. After I moved to Boston for college in 1998, one of the first things I did was register to vote there.

In nearly all parts of the United States (and Britain), cities tend to be more liberal while the suburbs and rural areas tend to be more conservative. There are many potential reasons why -- but I'll leave that for discussion.

Anonymous Josh April 23, 2013 8:00 AM  

So, why has Benny B. not been taken away in chains. I don't know. Do you? He may well be under house arrest (or heavy surveillance) as we speak. For the same reasons, why hasn't SoetorObama, the Congress, and the Judiciary been seized by the Marines, as Dr. Edwin Vieira suggested back in 2008?

I don't know is an honest answer. Very good.

My answer: as Nate said, those people are full of shit. They make unsubstantiated claims which are proven to be incorrect.

And there is a significant difference between suggesting that someone should be arrested (viera) and reporting that someone will be arrested (webb, the Myspace expert guy, and the vt lunatics). When someone keeps reporting that x is going to happen in a specific timetable, and x doesn't happen, inquiring minds disregard the reporter as unreliable.

Anonymous Anonymous April 23, 2013 10:58 AM  

@DOOM

"I am surprised there hasn't been outrage at the over-reach of the police (if some of it rightly). Some of it was exactly right, but a city-wide lock-down? Seriously? Fucking children. I am waiting for the Emo sheep to begin whining about the excessive force used to hunt these "poor 'youths'". It's coming. 3... 2... 1..."

This is a curious statement. So it's more "brave" to submit to the warrantless door-to-door searches meekly to show how badass our Jackboots are to the turrists than to question why the 4th and 5th amendments should be set aside to apprehend a lone 19 year old? This entire exercise was a practice run for when the State decides to go Totalitarian/Fascist (if it hasn't already), and at that point you might be wishing more "Emos" had questioned these tactics when the military police warriors come knocking on your door

Anonymous patrick kelly April 23, 2013 11:01 AM  

" many of these folks will jump in and join the cause when there is a mass public awakening of American Citizens...'

Which will happen sometime between now and never.

Those who romanticize about the American Revolution and some kind of reawakening now forget that it was a top down revolution, not like the bottom up swelling of armed peasants storming the gates in the French Revolution.

Men like Adams, Washington, Jefferson were that days Gates, Buffet, Powell, etc. Until people of such stature and prominence publicly "awaken" and lead the charge, we ain't go no chilli.

Anonymous Move Zig April 23, 2013 11:13 AM  

Well the Koch brothers want to buy some major newspapers like the Chicago Times and the progressives are freaking. So that might be a start.

Anonymous daddynichol April 23, 2013 11:15 AM  

@ Anonymous:

Someone's going to say it sooner or later. NO ANONYMOUS COMMENTS. Look near the top of the left hand column under "Voxology" and you'll see it right there.

After you post a comment, click open the "Select Profile" drop down menu and see "Name/URL". Just enter a name and don't worry about a URL if you don't have one. So simple even I figured it out.

It helps to keep the confusion down.

Anonymous liljoe April 23, 2013 11:57 AM  

Agreed Patrick. People naturally want/need to be led. They are sheep by nature. Look at what happened in Boston when the Nazi Jackboots went door-to-door. Did anyone object? Assert their Constitutional rights against improper searches? Would you? thanks for the tip daddynichol. No more Anon posts

Anonymous ED PERLINE April 23, 2013 3:03 PM  

Let's get away from the confusion of who's left wing and who's right wing.

The left wing liberal wants to get as close as possible to socialism, and to a pure socialist society. The right wing conservative wants to get as close as possible to capitalism, and to a pure capitalist society.

The left winger, now realizing that only capitalism will create the surplus he needs for his socialist state, must make his goal unclear.

Blogger Tom Kratman April 24, 2013 11:46 AM  

@Don

I suspect that the law of the east/law of the west dichotomy won't hold, at least as a geographic constant. Ever been to Latin America? In any case, that's a little to the side of what we were dealing with.

When you have a metric buttload of simple tests, that still suggests there's a single test, above or below what your simple tests are looking at. For example: Egalitarianism; the libleper can (and more or less constantly does) look around for examples of inequality. Does he attribute this to natural factors? No, not generaly. He insists that its the result of the inequities and inequalities built into our wickedevilnaughtybadbadbad society, which can all be fixed by manipulation of that society...which is to say, the environment. Why does the liberal want to redistribute wealth (I mean to the extent it's not just about, though it is often just about, feeling good himself what with all those people just a praisin' and a singin' dem ol' time spirituals)? Change the environment. Why insist people have no rights in property? See above.

All of which is a one over the world of what I was getting at; the libleper falls down heavily on the side of nurture/environemnt, and that colors all he professes.

That said, I've been gradually coming to the idea that, reason being rare indeed, from anybody, there's something to the libleper that amounts to faith in a kind of magic, which faith leads him to the idea of manipulating the environment to change mankind. (It started with Haidt's The Righteous Mind, though I had held that man was not a rational creature but a rationalizing one for a few decades before reading that). Contemplate, in any case, the libleper's obsession with symbols and their talismanic power, whether that be a Hakenkreutz or a coexist bumper sticker. Think too about his insistence on the efficacy of the gobblydogook of counseling and psychoanalysis. Contemplate his insane refusal to admit realistic cause and effect. THAT is insistence on magic.

Of course the liberal does want to do everyone's higher thinking for him. But that is precisely SO he can manipulate the environment. I invite you attention to an afterword I put in COUNTDOWN: H Hour, which I think Mike LaRoche has up on his site, southtexian.com.


And the commie is the same, be Lenin pushing for New Soviet Man or the initial draft of the SDS' Port Huron Statement: "Man is infinitely perfectable."
In short, a Liberal is a person who wants to do the thinking for other people and a Conservative is a person who wants to be left the hell alone. The Liberal hopes for the day they have a majority, which will give them dictatorship in a democracy. The Conservative knows that freedom and democracy are competing ideas. He prefers a Republic of laws that guarantee the natural rights of all free men to a utopia of forced altruism and equality.

Blogger Tom Kratman April 24, 2013 11:47 AM  

Hmmm....I should add to the above, "I _think_," since my certainties grow fewer each passing day.

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