Friday, December 18, 2015

A message from the "terrorist in chief" (that would be me). Collectivist lies pick up weight rolling downhill. "We have our own radical groups."

A new volunteer for the Julius Streicher Memorial Award: Devin Rokyta, Moscow-Pullman Daily News Editorial Board.
The "Three Percenters" like to describe themselves as armed "patriots." We think a more apt description would be terrorists. How else would you describe masked and heavily armed men who routinely gather with the sole intent of intimidating others, most often Muslims? Men who call for an armed uprising and the overthrowing of the government? Men who want the people in an entire religion expelled from the country? . . .
The group formed back in 2008, after Barack Obama was elected president, to fight back against their own government, which they believe wants to disarm them, strip their constitutional rights and take their property. Its members, not surprisingly, are mostly white, conservative men who own guns. While for years they have been routinely patrolling the nation's borders to keep illegal immigrants out, they've recently turned the full force of their hate and ignorance toward Muslims, nearly all of whom are peaceful and valuable members of our society. Unfortunately, their hateful message and bigoted beliefs are being emboldened by Republicans who are pandering to their far-right, extremist viewpoints.
This guy doesn't know crap from breakfast, and it is apparent he got all his disinformation from the recent AP story. For example: "The group formed back in 2008, after Barack Obama was elected president." Bovine excrement. I developed the concept of the Three Percent movement back during the Dubya Bush administration in response to his stances on the PATRIOT Act, the border crisis and his compromises on firearm rights. Bob Wright (who dropped by the other day) recalls talking to me about the Three Percent as early as 2005. I had been working on the concept for a few years prior to that, when it became obvious that the GOP was not going to defend the Constitution but was actively assisting Dubya in selling us out. And describing us as "conservative" does a disservice to the many libertarians, even anarchists who embrace the the discipline of the Three Percent. Further, saying that we were "emboldened by Republicans" is total crap. We pay no attention to those sellouts, as both they and the NRA have to be dragged kicking and screaming into every fight by folks like us. If anything, we "embolden" them, not the other way around.
Then this collectivist puke concludes:
It's all very dangerous, and it is likely just a matter of time before one of these "patriots" does something more than spew hate from his mouth. It's time to start paying attention to our homegrown radicals and start calling them what they are - terrorists.
I guess that makes me the terrorist in chief. Perhaps, in their alternate world. But I don't think that the Founders would regard me as such.
Julius Streicher, Hitler's favorite "journalist," after dancing the executioner's jig at Nuremberg.


Anonymous said...

Terrorists attack innocents as their primary targets and aim to kill and maim as many of them as possible.

III%ers do not target innocents. Period.

Liars are so easily exposed. I would submit to you that this man projects his own known guilt on to someone else trying to get his bunched up panties out of his buttcrack.

Chiu ChunLing said...

Terrorism is a term that is regularly abused into near meaninglessness, but every now and then it's worth reiterating the fundamentals. First, terrorists threaten to target non-combatants for the purpose of inducing political compliance through fear of such attacks rather than to directly accomplish a strategic objective. This generally necessitates that the terrorists make some initial attacks against non-combatants to demonstrate they pose a credible threat. It also only makes sense to resort to terrorism if those holding significant political power can be induced towards compliance by fear of attacks on non-combatants, or can lose their power base if such fear become pervasive.

I've mentioned this often enough before, but the attacks on Israel are not really terrorism. The avowed purpose of the attackers is to exterminate Jews, so any Jews they kill are directly furthering that strategic objective in addition to whatever fear it may cause. Furthermore, the attackers know perfectly well that attacks on Israel will only make the leadership more willing to believe that any compromise will lead to extermination, the fear of attacks does not help induce political compliance. Actual widespread terror will only strengthen the leadership in fighting back.

Direct attacks on Israel are not terrorism, but genocide.

Attacks by radical Muslims elsewhere in the world tend to be terrorism, having the purpose of inducing compliance out of fear of further attack. But they can be other crimes, for instance the attack on U.S. military personnel deploying from Ft. Hood was carried out by a jihadist who had infiltrated the base using U.S. military credentials and uniform. In other words, perfidy. Perfidy is a war crime, and may be committed pursuant to terrorism, but in that case the direct purpose was to kill military personnel.

Keeping this in mind, we can readily see that killing jihadists who have carried out or are planning to carry out attacks against the U.S., it's interests, or it's citizens, is not terrorism even if there is collateral damage which spreads fear throughout the population. Killing jihadists is a direct military objective.

In the same way, arming to fight against possible aggression is not terrorism. Nor is warning potential aggressors that, should they attack, direct action sufficient to impair or degrade their physical capacity to carry out further attacks will be taken. Nor is warning those who call for such attacks that they cannot feasibly be exempted from the consequences of internecine warfare within their own nation.

Trying to enforce political compliance through the threat of attacks targeting non-combatants, on the other hand, is terrorism even before such attacks become commonplace. And given that such attacks have already occurred in multiple instances, I think that caveat is no longer really necessary. The fact is that people are already being killed in the kinds of attacks these collectivists are threatening against the general populace if their demands are not met.

Those calling for and threatening such attacks are terrorists. Those preparing to defend themselves and hold war criminals accountable for actual crimes they have already committed are not terrorists.

It's that simple.

Anonymous said...

Most importantly, the idea of the "3%" existed long before it was given a name. It is inherent in the ideological DNA of the American.

Name it if you will. Fuck with it at your peril.

Anonymous said...

They think they want a war. They think they will be insulated from that war. They think they can say anything they want and get away with it. Far from it. Theses assholes are at the top of the list of those who will be held accountable for their willful efforts in destroying this country.

Anonymous said...

The founders would have stated "commie"

skybill said...

Hi Mike,
Jeez-Louise!!! He's almost "Too Pretty" to shoot!!!! 'Looks like a human personification of a Barbie's boyfriend "Ken" doll!!! And just like a "Ken" doll..all sawdust, varnish and .."No Balls!!!!" Just another hoplophobe.....let all the neighborhood thieves know his address.... (No gunz in this house guys!!) 'Have ta' say, he talks a lot but not of any value.....His rhetoric reminds me of an old W.C. Fields line when people were bad mouthing him (as I recall),"All these horrible things people are saying about me......are the penalty of Greatness!!!" (Done in that great W.C. Fields Voice!!!!)
BTW the part about "almost too pretty to shoot...comes to me from an old work mate back in my Douglas Daze.. "Speedy" Gonzalez from Texas commented one day over coffee that at the Alamo it was either Travis or Crockett were talkin' about the Mexicans storming their Fortress with their cute uniforms with the plumes on the top of their hats, and one said to the other that comment,"they're almost too pretty to shoot!!" Someone once said,"All is fair in Love and War!!" Also BTW if you are in a "Fair Fight," Your Tactics SUCK!!!! Don't forget "Tuco's Law!!!"
Got Gunz.....OUTLAW!!!!,

Anonymous said...

Methinks someone just showed their cards on the. true intentions for the next round of terrorism legislation.

Anonymous said...

Another genius heard from. But wait! I think I know that face! He's the guy that hopes to someday have his very own basement to live in and thinks that work is something that only parents do..AND, he loved the idea of Obama Care - until he found out he was paying for it.

Historian said...

In 1925 and 1926, Adolf Hitler published the two volumes of "Mein Kampf" (My Struggle). In it, he declared that the greatest threat to Germany, and the world, was the Jew, and further stated "the nationalization of our masses will succeed only when, aside from all the positive struggle for the soul of our people, their international poisoners are exterminated." In other words, Hitler overtly stated that his primary goal was extermination of the Jews. Over 10 million volumes of "Mein Kampf" were printed and distributed in Germany before and during WW2, yet despite the overt racism and support for genocide, few people believed that Hitler meant what he said.

The Koran has been in print for about 1300 years, give or take, and the holy book of Islam states in plain print that unbelievers should be enslaved or killed. Yet here again, apologists and Quislings refuse to acknowledge what is printed, preached and practised by Islamics, and again people refuse to admit the facts. This is not new; people have told themselves soothing lies for millenia. I'm sure that most Romans in Pompeii told themselves that the rumbling from the mountain was nothing to worry about, and those who were packing and leaving were being alarmist....

Think of it as evolution in action.

Anonymous said...

LoL, terrorists. regardless, Watchingtown is terrified or it wouldn't have made this a common screed now.

Anonymous said...

The real terrorists are the "Degenerates of Columbia" waging war against the Constitution and the People of this nation. What goes around, comes around...

Anonymous said...

Reminded of the movie Deliverance. Burt Reynolds/ Ned Betty. Boy you got a pretty mouth. Now squeal like pig. On another note .Sunday Dec .20, 2015.New Haven Register Editorial page. Editors espouses Malloy's latest Gun grab. No fly/No buy /confiscation lists. Malloy has the activist judges in his collective pocket. Malloy will be in Iowa. This week stumping for his other idle Hitlery Rodham Clinton.While Senator Chris Murphy will be in New Hampshire. Stumping for Lucifer in a pants suit. Collectivists to the right of me. Collectivists to the left of me. Here I am. Stuck in the middle with you. Here in Malloy's ,utopian collectivist fiefdom of Ct. Due process looks like it will be with the barrel of a gun . True Grit. John Wayne/ Robert Duvall. Behind enemy lines Ct.

Anonymous said...

You will never grow daisies if you don't start planting Communists.

Talk is cheap, but I don't see no daisies.
What does that tell you?

Sign Me, Neal Jensen