Sunday, 16 February 2014

One Fine Day

from 2012: What's the real' truth?: 'High School Textbook Rewrites Second Amendment - Literally' -; by Hillary Cherry - Sept. 18, 2013; posted here Feb. 16
("The authors of United States History: Preparing for the Advanced Placement Examination have taken it upon themselves to change the Constitution of the United States. The high school textbook contains a summary of each Amendment that alters the initial intent in which they were created.
"The textbook notes the Second Amendment as, “The people have a right to keep and bear arms in a state militia.”…
"Guyer High School and numerous others have assigned the book for an “Advanced Placement History” course. By assigning anti-factual literature, the only advanced placement the school has ensured for their students is in the world of biased academia…")


bettiebee says:

This is the CommonCore ….rewriting text books and the history for the entire world..For those not familiar with this please read and watch at ..Many parents do not have a clue what their children are learning. 


A Nation can survive its fools, and even the ambitious. But it cannot survive treason from within. An enemy at the gates is less formidable, for he is known and carries his banner openly. But the traitor moves amongst those within the gate freely, his sly whispers rustling through all the alleys, heard in the very halls of government itself. For the traitor appears not a traitor; he speaks in accents familiar to his victims, and he wears their face and their arguments, he appeals to the baseness that lies deep in the hearts of all men. He rots the soul of a nation, he works secretly and unknown in the night to undermine the pillars of the city, he infects the body politic so that it can no longer resist. A murderer is less to fear. The traitor is the plague.
from 'Ninth Circuit Upholds Right to Carry a Gun' - Tad Cronn - Feb. 14 (just gotten around to this evening, Feb. 16, as an interesting-looking back story on this e-newsletter site) 
"Against all odds and expectations, the Ninth U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals, known far and wide for its extreme left opinions, this week actually struck down a key segment of California gun control laws and upheld the right of people to carry guns.
     "Quick, look out the window to see if pigs are flying…"

(It turns out that it was only a preliminary ruling, with the city of San Diego planning "to ask for a new hearing before the court's full, 11-judge panel…".  But it was worth a try, by a couple of honest judges (the vote was 2-1).)  


kibitzer3 a few seconds ago  (Feb. 16)
Speaking of Connecticut: We really need to get to the bottom of the Sandy Hook so-called massacre. Same as the Boston Marathon bombing. Too convenient for the revolutionaries taking over the country, the both of them, and the both of them with many questions still hanging in the air about them. Internet sleuths, keep on the job; since our 'kept' press/MSM won't do the sort of job that they are supposed to do, in a republic of freemen/women, to keep them informed, as is their responsibility as self-governing sovereigns.
If we get to the bottom of those two events, it will lead us to getting to the bottom of the Aurora Theater shooting; and many other suspicious incidents, all leading to TPTB trying to take away weapons of self-defense from Americans. So that they will become good little sheeple of the total-state New World Order.  And if they won't, well, there's a nice little 're-education' camp just waiting for them...


I'm getting tired of this sort of thing.  I go out for my daily, and often enjoy the day - like today.  And then come back to the world scene via the Internet, and see this sort of thing/story, over and over again…

…and in the magazines I read; and snail mail I get, by the bucketload….,……

That outer scene:

Where I am living now in my retirement days it has elements of paradise: Often not a cloud in the blue, blue sky, like today; summer weather in the dead of winter, like today; tall palm trees lining the streets and etched against the pleasant city's skyline; another kind of tree along the sidewalks, with their lilac blossoms already out, and though messy when they fall, lending a beautiful splash of color and hint of lovely scent to the idyllic scene; the beach nearby, just out of sight from where I am currently tuning in to the scene around me, with pelicans I know starting their confident cruising for their divebomber-catching late-afternoon meal.  And so it goes.  

And then, all of this sort of thing at home, to greet me, yet again.  For yet another day, of such shenanigans…

I find myself wanting to say:

America (and the world at large, for that matter): You have been running a giant Ponzi scheme, and kicking the can of your day of reckoning down the road, for quite a time now.  Well; guess what.

That day has come.

The scam stops here.

Details to follow.


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