Wednesday, April 23, 2014

Quote of the Day

By Mike Adams, editor at NaturalNew in a well-written letter to federal law enforcement officers: Bundy Ranch and the New Rules of Engagement.
...social media allows us to share the news faster than the government can cover it up.
Read the whole thing.

U/T: Mike at Sipsey Street Irregulars

Vintage Soviet Photos

English Russia has posted an album of 100+ vintage photos that appeared in the Soviet magazine "SMENA" (Change) between 1955 and 1960 - immediately following Stalin's decades of terror. 

Most photos are of optimistic times,


...but this one caught our eye for obvious reasons.


Evil Uncovered

The Russians moved so fast under the leadership of Georgie Zhukov that zGermans couldn't destroy the evidence of their labor and death camps in Poland.  The world discovered.


The patriots swarmed the Bundy Ranch and pushed FedGov off the property.  And the world discovered.


Lesson: You will learn the truth when you catch the tyrants flat-footed.

More about the cattle mass graves at:
MoonBattery
ClashDaily (video)

U/T: America's patriots who put it all on the line in Bunkerville.

A Comrade's Warning

You have options when learning more about Communism. 

You can read the books listed in our Library at the left.  I did, and all on a full stomach, usually with a fine cigar, and always with the freedom to go and do as I pleased.

Or, you can seek out those who lived it:




Regardless of where you get your information, understanding Communism is a must.  Worst case, you'll be prepared.  Best case, you'll have a better perspective on life and humanity.

U/T: MoonBattery

Tuesday, April 22, 2014

Parallels: Obama and CPUSA


Our comrade at Noisy Room has posted this Independent Sentinel article comparing Obama's inspirations with The Communist Party USA's.  (Remember, CPUSA did not run a candidate for president in 2008 or 2012. They chose, instead, to endorse Obama.)

If you've seen the similarities between Obama's statements and policies with those at CPUSA and from the history of communism, this article will not present anything new to you.  But if you've been able to ignore partisan politics these past five years and are just realizing something fundemental is happening to our country, this article will give you an outline to follow as you do your research.

Many videos posted from CPUSA, Glenn Beck and others.

We clicked around the CPUSA site and found this article about our teachers.  It begins:
Nearly 25 years after the collapse of the Soviet Union and the end of the Cold War, more and more historians are beginning to paint a more objective, balanced and - in many cases - positive picture of the role of communists and the Communist Party, USA in the U.S. labor movement.

Clarence Taylor's Reds At The Blackboard: Communism, Civil Rights and the New York City Teachers Union is a welcome addition to U.S. labor and communist history.
Yep, they are right there in front of your nose, teaching our children.

The Commie Obama hat, pictured above, is sold here.  Don't show up to the Enlightenment Center without one and expect me to share my crust of bread with you....

Tab Clearing

I've had my nose in a bunch of books this past week, hence the limited blogging.  The tabs have stacked up, so instead of a post for each topic, I'm going to clear them all here.

Trivia Question:  Which Nevada senator's great-great-uncle (Remus Reid) was hanged in Montana in 1889 for stealing cattle horses?

(This came from FB and one commenter suggested it is not accurate.  I'm sharing because it feels accurate.  I'm in touch with my feelings!)

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We've all heard that Harry Reid called the patriots at Bundy's ranch "Domestic Terrorists."  I am unable to find a similar quote about MOHAMMED Pedro Whitaker who was recently arrested for terrorizing Kansas City freeways over the past month.  Ushanka Comrades NiceDeb and Mikhail both live there and I am glad they are ok.  (And MOHAMMED should thank Allah he didn't take a shot at Mikhail...  They'd still be cleaning up that mess.)


The media might be downplaying this crime - they took nearly a day to release his name - but there are some of us out here who understand the threat and who have long since found better sources for news.

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Comrade Dave at MoonBattery posted this video.  The focus is on the Bundy news, but watch it with a eye for understanding the Communists' need to control food distribution and use food as the ultimate weapon against the people.



Executive Order 13575:
By the authority vested in me as President by the Constitution and the laws of the United States of America and in order to enhance Federal engagement with rural communities, it is hereby ordered as follows:

Section 1. Policy. Sixteen percent of the American population lives in rural counties. Strong, sustainable rural communities are essential to winning the future and ensuring American competitiveness in the years ahead. These communities supply our food, fiber, and energy, safeguard our natural resources, and are essential in the development of science and innovation. Though rural communities face numerous challenges, they also present enormous economic potential. The Federal Government has an important role to play in order to expand access to the capital necessary for economic growth, promote innovation, improve access to health care and education, and expand outdoor recreational activities on public lands.

To enhance the Federal Government's efforts to address the needs of rural America, this order establishes a council to better coordinate Federal programs and maximize the impact of Federal investment to promote economic prosperity and quality of life in our rural communities.
This reminds me of how Obama used TARP.  Intended by Bush and Congress to shore up the banks for a short term, Obama used TARP to invade the board rooms of banks.  Even healthy banks who didn't want TARP, like Wells Fargo, were forced to take it and open their doors to those more equal.  Once inside, invited or not, he has been able to re-establish sub-prime and other risky [redistribution] behavior, and establish priorities based on a government plan.  The label "Facist" is more accurate than "Communist" in describing what Obama has done to the nation's banking industry.

If only our benevolent dear leader can start "helping" farmers with their priorities too.

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Another great episode of Intellectual Froglegs:



Great editing, as always!  And I appreciate his comments about different solutions to the Bundy legal issues:  Asset seizure and/or a lien on their property.  It speaks volumes when our FedGov skips those paperwork options and instead sends guns.

Imagine a day when The People see the paperwork imposed on them as an option.

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Comrade Bob Owens:  Deputy Sheriff Shoots Himself While Trying to Kill Family Pet.

I'm shocked!  Shocked! that I beat Mr. B to this story.

Not to worry.  The officer is safe.  Once the feral beast saw the officer had hurt himself, the rabid dog called off his killer attack.

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Comrade Bob Owens also has fun with Mayor Bloomberg's latest embarrassment in a string of embarrassments that will continue as long as the billionaire ex-mayor tries to separate me from my gun.  Hitler video included!

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If you made it this far, seek employment.  You have WAY too much time on your hands!

Monday, April 21, 2014

Monday Afternoon Cigar


A Rocky Patel Edge smoldered as we cracked open our latest book, Journey into the Whirlwind by Eugenia Ginzburg.

This, and her second book, have been sitting on my bookshelf for years.  A shame I put this off, as it is another GREAT read on Stalin's Terror of the 1930's.  I'm still early in it, but I'd put Ginzburg on the same level as Solzhennitsyn for her ability to share a most depressing story in a light and digestible manner.

Two other books we read this past week:

Breeds, by Keith C. Blackmore.  Blackmore is my latest favorite author.  I've recommended his zombie books before, and this horror book rocks.  A great storyteller with a rich set of characters in every book.  A short read - you can knock this one out in a day.

Dear Reader: The Unauthorized Autobiography of Kim Jung Il, by Michael Malice.  I've added this to my library list at the left and am currently typing up my Book Notes.  I'll post a link to my review and notes here shortly.

Bunkerville Speech

Mike Vanderboegh, of Sipsey Street Irregulars, spoke to the patriots in Nevada on Saturday.  He did not disappoint.

Click here to read the whole speech.
This is not about tortoises and cattle.  It is not about who controls the vast lands claimed by the federal government.  It is not about "the children" or "common-sense gun safety" or any of the many lies that are spun to conceal the iron fist of arbitrary power.

It is about control.  It is about who serves whom.  We are divided now, as they were in 1775, by the answer to the most fundamental of questions: Does the government serve the people or do the people serve the government?  Who serves whom?  What do you think?
Click here to read the whole speech.

We'll post the video of this speech once it is posted to YouTube.

U/T: Mike

Saturday, April 19, 2014

Saturday Afternoon Cigar

We're celebrating this sacred April 19th with our favorite, a Rocky Patel Sun Grown. 

How did you celebrate?

Today's holiday is made even more special thanks to our fellow Domestic Terrorists in Nevada.


FedGov never likes being upstaged, and we are wary of when the next shoe will drop.  Those at the top have proven time and again to be petty sniveling sissies who use every setback to double down with another communist-inspired act.  Watch your back, comrades.

Friday, April 18, 2014

The Consequences of Drug Legalization

Pot doesn't kill.  Pot cookies kill. 

At least one did in Denver.


The real damage of the marijuana legalization movement will go unseen for years.  You'll see it in the continued decline in society's values.  Individuals will suffer.  Families will suffer.  Society will suffer.

Liberals and Libertarians push drug legalization.  Society, as a result, slides the slippery slope away from 'the right and wrong' foundation that comes from both religious and traditional family values.