Wednesday, 30 December 2015

On Calls To Action

1) from Co-Creating Our Future on Planet Earth: ‘From the Bundy Ranch: **This is a Call to Action** Protest Jan 2nd in Oregon’ - December 30
(The federal govt. using its weight to push around a local family in order to drive them off their land.)

kibitzer3 says:
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It does no good to argue the law because there is no law. The nation has been hijacked, and from living under the rule of law, we now live under the rule of men. Aka arbitrary law. Aka tyranny.

This river will now have to take its course.

2) from ‘Pamela Geller Named Woman Of The Year’ - December 30
(‘“If Obama wants to go to war against the American people, I say, bring it on.”  Backing down is not in Pamela Geller’s lexicon…’)

kibitzer3 a few seconds ago (December 30)

She makes an excellent point, about free speech.

For me, Muslims are welcome in this country. They just have to abide by American law, is all. That means the likes of: no polygamy; no genital mutilation of their female children (some Americans must understand: this is NOT like male circumcision [this is, indeed, mutilation]); no beating of their wives [and, it should go without saying, no honor killings]; no facial covers when it is not authorized. I have probably left some obvious points out, but that's enough for a start.

Otherwise, back to their home countries. And the sooner, the better. We need to start sorting the wheat from the chaff. Before American law disappears altogether, in The Great Kumbaya of multiculturalism.

Moslems are not welcome here because they adhere to a book that demands jihad to be performed which can and usually does involve the death of the host country's citizens. Therefore, there is no such person as a "peaceful islamist". That being said, I hope you change your mind because it is the truth, read it for yourself in the koran.


  • kibitzer3
    Kaas a few seconds ago (December 30)

  • If they can live in peace with their neighbors, no problem. If they can't: problem.

  • The proof of the pudding is in the eating. Not in the assumption of what it tastes like.


I don't know which is worse, the war on American homogeneity, or the war on the environment that goes too far.  Multiculturalism is obvious, when, say, Muslims begin taking over whole areas of towns and cities, which are then declared 'no-go' areas - a travesty, that should not be countenanced.  But how many ranchers and other American ruralists have lost their jobs and ways of life in the silent homage to the spotted owl (so to speak) that has been going on in this country for quite some time??  and often not even acknowledged???

On the one hand, I sign petitions sponsored by various 'environmentalists', because they are for worthy causes.  But I get angry when I find that sometimes, the way the petitions are worded is a cover for a major 'green fascist' operation.  

I support wolves, as long as there is protection for ranchers's livestock.  I don't support this arrogant, anti-people, totalitarian business of the ('Wildlands Agenda 21') map of North America which shows huge swaths of human no-go areas.  

Speaking of such things...

We need to learn to live in harmony with our surroundings.  But not kowtow to the ideologues - both the well-meaning watermelons and the hardcore New World Orderites - with their agenda of doing away with private property, and putting everybody under the thumb of Big Brother, in doing so.  

My two cents for today on this general subject.

Which is not going to go away.

Is, in actuality - and not before time - coming to a head.


a late entry under this subject title:

3) To: JB Williams
     Subject: Your NWV Column of December 31
     (Title: ‘Impeachment Resolution Introduced At The RNC’)

Dear JB:

Thank you.  Well put.

Personally, I’ve given up on the GOP.  It needs to go down anyway, for obviously having engaged in a conspiracy with their Democrat Party counterparts to conceal the true, constitutional, original-intent meaning of the ‘natural born citizen’ term; which it is not rocket science either to understand or to discover.

I am sure that the GOP honchos - having been bought off or not - will say, ’Are you serious?  That would tear the country apart’.  

As if having driven a coach and horses through the wall of the Constitution - that is, the rule of law - on this issue hasn't already started that process.  

So, to court on RICO statutes, the both of them.  And we start anew in this country.  Lamenting how the rot set in so terminally.  But needing not to delay the rebuilding process any longer.  Tempus fugit.  

‘Stan’ Stanfield

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