Thursday, December 27, 2012

More proof that the Greens are in fact Red Collectivists.

Kierán Suckling, Watermelon Man (Green on the outside, red on the inside).
The Center for Biological Diversity’s Email on Gun Control


MrGarabaldi said...

I knew that those people were watermelons since the fall of the Soviet Union. All the apologist that carried the water for the russians had to go to a new place to spout their anti-western drivel. They glommed onto the environmental movement. All the old school conservationist got pushed out and the sierra club and others got radical to reflect their new leadership.

David Codrea said...

If I sign up, can I get one of those CBD ashtrays?

Storm'n Norm'n said...

Thinking out loud...
For those that believe in total equality...
If you have an Endangered Species Act shouldn't you have an Excessive Species Act? There's probably plenty of candidates eligible for such a listing but you would be safe if you added Kierán Suckling.

also posted same here:


SWIFT said...

If you are a commie, you should never speak out. That identifies you and some people will remember what you almost got away with. So, stay in deep cover (in the closet) and think all the bolshev-shit you want.

Anonymous said...

@Storm'n Norm'n

"All men are created equal." ~Thomas Jefferson

The Second Amendment is about "equality," that is, power-sharing.

The Americans’ egalitarian sentiments expressed in the Second Amendment issues directly from close contact with the egalitarian, power-sharing Non-State eastern woodlands Non-State tribal society, as documented in anthropologist Jack Weatherford’s Native Roots: How the Indians Enriched America (1992) and Indian Givers: How the Indians of the Americas Transformed the World (1988) and Jame’s Axtell’s The Invasion Within: The Contest of Cultures in Colonial North America (1986) (especially chapter 13, The White Indians of Colonial America.)

Christopher Boehm describes the evolution of egalitarianism in humans in his Hierarchy in the Forest: The Evolution of Egalitarian Behavior (Harvard University Press, 1999) as a “reverse dominance hierarchy,” that depends on the less powerful to band together “to deliberately dominate their potential master if they wish to remain equal.”

Isn't that last quote a great description of the 2A?

It's high time RKBA people learned some anthropology, it is supportive of the Second Amendment. And why not spank the control-freak Leftists with their own scholarly evidence?

Storm'n Norm'n said...

@Ivy Mike
Ref:"All men are created equal." ~Thomas Jefferson"

I agree wholeheartedly but its not because Thomas Jeffeerson said so.
All men are created equal period; regardless of who said it.

Ref:"How the Indians Enriched America (1992) and Indian Givers: How the Indians of the Americas Transformed the World (1988)"

I didn't read either book but I know that Mr. Bayer (a German) figured out why the native American Indians relied heavily on the willow tree for pain relief...Bayer was obviously a better captitalist than the Indians.

Eleutherius said...

That's really his name? Kierán Suckling? How absolutely fitting!

Aj said...

If I were him, I think the first thing I would do is get a legal name change. It's pretty hard to take seriously someone named 'Suckling'. Suckling. He is fuckin' suckling. Suckling on the knob of the .gov.
What a douche.
How's that for eloquence? ;-)

Anonymous said...

These are the same morons who shut down the first hydroelectric power plant in Arizona to "save" a minnow that has been here for millions of years and will be here millions of years after we're gone. In the meantime the local residents are now subject to local power outages in winter while these stupid fucks enjoy their uninterrupted nuclear-generated power. All so they can "feel good" about some inconsequential fish while enjoying their summer hikes without having to look at a power plant that was older than their grandparents and didn't do them or the environment any harm? Phuque them and all like them!