Tuesday, June 22, 2021


It is said that a rolling stone gathers no moss. They can also be enormously destructive. Here are a few gleaned from the Daily Mail a couple of days ago. They should certainly make some people very nervous. The first article to strike my eye was this one where a man pleaded guilty to a misdeamonor weapons charge for acting to defend his house and family when the black mob arrived and broke into his property. The city attorney is one of the woke mob and pressed charges. He and his wife pled out to the misdeamonor and had to turn their guns in for destruction. So he went out and bought a new and much better gun for dealing with black mobs whose lives really don't matter very much.
What have the mob done? Well, they've gone a long way towards convincing the sane majority in this country that it is passed time to arm themselves because it is becoming very clear that in many urban areas they will be on their own when the mob comes calling and the law sides with the mob now.

It is too late for the CDC to be believed on anything anymore. Their latest attempt at fear-mongering is falling on some pretty deaf ears now. They have lied about every single aspect of this attack virus and now they want to weaponize it forever in order to apply controls to normal human behavior in the time of a not particularly dangerous virus that will be here with us from now until forever. I really got a kick out of the headline. It's like the fuxsticks in the media cannot look rationally at real scientific data and derive the truth which has set many of us free. Obviously in the cold blue bastions like New York, Oregon and Washington they don't practice reason and are out of touch with reality. Here's the headline in all its magnificent glory of unreality.

Faucci shows that the truth is not in him. He lies about every single thing and attacks his critics for 'not being able to handle the truth.' He's one slick bastard and he should have been terminated over a year ago with great prejudice.

USS FORD is undergoing shock tests in the Atlantic. The Congress has been in a bit of a swivet about this trial since it is an important and key consideration in determining if a warship is built to the standard that will allow it to take some damage and continue as a warship in battle. This is kind of ridiculous in this case because the ship, almost four years since commissioning is still too unfinished and broken to deploy and probably will be for some years to come. I got a kick out of the Navy being quoted as saying the shock tests were successful so far. There's two ways to take that sentence only one of which the Navy wants you to accept. They want us to believe the broken ship passed the test with flying colors. The other way to take the Navy's opinion is, "well, at least the damned explosives detonated when and where they were supposed to and didn't sink the ship." Some people tell me I'm getting cynical.

California will spend $500,000,000 dollars to trim the dead wood and undergrowth in its 33 million acres of forest. The morons have finally decided that the only way to end out of control wild fires is through forest management and the only way to do that is to thin the woods and remove the fuel load. It may look like they're finally getting serious about their major problem in the coming years of draught and more draught but of course we know better don't we? After all, they're also spending over $100,000,000 to subsidize their pot industry because only a democrat could screw up a plan to legalize marijuana and end up selling at a huge loss. It's like AMTRAKs food service. There they have a captive audience for their food at $10.00/burger and they still lose hundreds of millions of dollars on their food service.

It kind of leaves me feeling a little ill watching as this country slides into the abyss. I saw a report yesterday that 2/3s of Americans graduating from high school don't have any idea what Auschwitz was. They literally don't know a thing about history and disdain what they think they do know.

EVERGREEN Spanish philosopher George Santayana is credited with the aphorism, “Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it,” while British statesman Winston Churchill wrote, “Those that fail to learn from history are doomed to repeat it.”

Things aren't looking very good these days but people under 50 are unlikely to see it that way because they simply don't know anything and certainly don't know better.
Meanwhile there are forces moving in society that society really doesn't know anything about. One is the mob which really needs to get smashed very firmly, another is the perversion of the law and laws that are destroying society and the rule of law and the last is the veterans and the constitutionalists who are an entire foreign concept to the media and government and, sadly, to the officers now running the Army, Navy, Air Force and Marines. You don't suffer exposure to failed civilizations and societies and remain numb to the same sort of thing happening here at home. I'd say the rocks are already in motion and there is nothing to keep them from accelerating all the way down hill to the bottom except the fragile remnants of what was once a Great Society.


ruralcounsel said...

You'd think California would at least build some wood-burning power plants. They have to do something with all that stuff they are trimming and cutting. Just leaving it on the ground isn't reducing the fuel load for forest fires.

HMS Defiant said...

Well, they're so corrupt they're almost bound to farm out the contract to thin the forests to Newsom's kids, nephews or uncles or Pelosi's family and since they don't know a thing about forest management they'll take the money and as usual in California, do nothing. The fun part will be when CAL OSHA gets involved and declares the cuttings to be hazardous waste that has to be disposed of correctly at a cost of $17 billion.

SCOTTtheBADGER said...

It's hard to understand how one can be ignorant of Auschwitz, until you watch some TV, and realize that is the intellectual level that people want to operate on. We are in a lot of trouble.

virgil xenophon said...

Badger claims "We are in a lot of trouble." Waaaah?? You buckin' for the UNDERSTATEMENT OF THE YEAR Award, my friend??!! Shame on you..