Saturday, April 4, 2015

Senator Feinstein, who has previously announced her horror of fifty caliber rifles because they can "pierce limousines and shoot down aircraft," decides that the Anarchist Cookbook is also a threat to her lifestyle of criminal collectivism.

Senator calls for The Anarchist Cookbook to be “removed from the Internet.”

26 comments:

Ed said...

"Later, the women and the agent went to the library in order to begin teaching themselves basic chemistry."

What's next - the removal of the teaching of basic chemistry from high school and college curriculums and removal of all related bools from libraries?

Heresy!

Anonymous said...

I can see them claiming "compromise". Diane will relent to the "banning books" problem her position contains and claim "regulation" instead by mandating this book be ONLY written in cursive. Now that kids ARE NOT TAUGHY CURSIVE WRITING in schools, it won't take long before nobody could read it themselves (kinda like the founding and framing documents).

Time to face reality. Diane isn't so much the problem - the real problem is the fools who keep ELECTING her.

Anonymous said...

Hopefully, she will be joining Brady and we can have two graves to piss on.

Anonymous said...

You would have to shut down all of the internet for that action Senator. So sorry.

Anonymous said...

This from ol' "Mr and Mrs America, just turn 'em all in". (referring to AR-15s in civilian hands). This woman gives meaning and real necessity to the practice called 'bitch slapping'.

Anonymous said...

"removing it from the Internet would be impossible." That's the reason they instituted 'so called' Net Equality. So they could act as 'gate keepers' and find ways to control internet content.

Anonymous said...

The Anarchists cookbook is an antique and not worth much anymore.
The government has banned or restricted almost everything in it that Is useful for its purpose. However their paranoia and insistent badgering has caused people to dust off some really good chemistry books, spend weeks scanning them and then distributing them over the internet.

The old law of unintended consequences has raised its head again.

Anonymous said...

This is why I do remove any documents of interest from the internet to appropriate local storage as soon as possible ...

Anonymous said...

Makes me want to dig out my copy and read it to make sure I didn't miss anything. Thanks for the reminder Di Fi.

AZ Hi Desert said...

DiFi wants all non-fed.gov approved knowledge removed from the internet. This isn't exactly surprising.

GaryM said...

Another one of our rights that scare liberals! Freedom of speech.

Next she'll want us to quarter troops in our homes!

Dr. D said...

The Anarchists Cookbook is so full of misinformation using it is it's own punishment.

Dr. D

Uncle Elmo said...

Has DiFi expressed outrage that her party's leader launched his political career in the living room of an unrepentant terrorist (Bill Ayers)? Has she ever said anything critical of the eco-arsonists that torched 14 of Harris Ranch's trucks in California in 2012?

No, I didn't think so.

Uncle Al said...

Silly woman. That book has so much crap in it that anyone foolish enough to try some of the recipes is likely to die in the attempt, or at least be very, very unhappy. I'd have thought she'd be glad it was still out there.

Anonymous said...

So much for the 1A and freedom of press.

Pat_Riot56 said...

What a Maroon. She's the female version of Schmuck Schumer. Ban everything! If she doesn't like it, then ban it! the FBI agent gave the women a copy of the book? What's that about? Madam Senator, maybe it's time for you to retire.

Anonymous said...

Darknet anyone?

Anonymous said...

Don't need this book to load good, consistent and accurate ammunition...including special politician grade rounds. By afraid liberals. Be very afraid. Your end is near.

the Plinker said...

TM 31-210 Improvised Munitions Handbook -- even the 1969 edition that I've had for years -- has better info than the Cookbook. DiFi's marbles have rolled out again, looks like.

Anonymous said...

History of Greek Fire and Gunpowder. A good read. Along with U.S. Army's TM's & FM's. Feinstein would be right @ home with the Nazi book burners. Seems like Collectivist's, Progressives, and Nazi's share the same thoughts on Citizen control. Behind Enemy Lines. In Unconstitutional, Collectivist Ct. We Will Not Stand Down. AAA/O. 11B20.

Anonymous said...

Ya Know If there were no such thing as plastic that broad would disappear !

ag42b said...

It is typical that a collectivist, such as Feinstein, sets herself up as an arbiter of the First Amendment.

They cannot get through their thick skulls that the Constitution means what it says and that banning books was a tactic used by Nazi Germany and the USSR.

Anonymous said...

Does she not know that there must be millions of hard copies of the book out there at least since the 1980's when I started reading the available books at Paladin Press? Will going house to house searching for such books be her next order of business? And there exists many, many books far better than Anarchists Cookbook

Anonymous said...

The old AC book was sketchy in its day, and a lot of the usable material was copied and pasted from TM-31-210. The online ones of the same name are even dumber, and tend to be written for bored high schoolers cramming match heads into ping-pong balls.

Skip 'em and look to Ragnar Benson, K.I.P.E. and the old RogueSci forum archive.

Harry_the_Horrible said...

Given that some of the recipes in the Anarchist Cookbook are dangerous or even plain wrong, she should not have an issue.

The Poor Man's James Body by Kurt Saxon is probably a better book...

Anonymous said...

Meh.... whatever. If you rely on the anarchist cookbook you are a fool. Go straight for Uncle Sams Technical Manuals....mainly the TM 31-210. Guess she isn't aware of that one yet.