Here's an example:
"Dailey calls all this “my young and stupid years.” The Appleseed Project appeals to a broad constituency, one whose edges blur into the N.R.A. at one end and into violent militias like the Hutaree, nine of whose members were indicted in March for conspiracy to murder, at the other end. Notices of Appleseed shoots appear regularly on militia Web sites. Dailey argues that outreach like this attracts radical anger and then moderates it. Many Appleseeders have stories like that of Rod Jackson, a former bouncer whom I met at a shoot in Fresno, Calif."
The newswhore who wrote it made some attempt at looking 'unbiased' as they are prone to do, but the intent is clear. Just reporting to the readership of the New Yawk Slimes that someone owns a gun and actual bullets for it that are kept in the same building is of course tantamount to being a 'reactionary,' someone who doesn't mindlessly go along with their false pacifism.
But the article does point out some serious problems, not noticed by the newswhores, the "Liberal" freaks who commented on it nor by the Appleseed members who responded.
"Inside the Appleseed Project, the question of where an armed citizenry should draw this line remains open. Later that week, as he sipped a Coke at a nearby McDonald’s, Dailey flirted with an answer. “If you ever have to reach for your guns, you’ve lost before you started,” he said, and then doubled back. “Now, there are probably some narrow, hypothetical exceptions to that. Like if somebody in the government said, ‘We’re taking over the country.’ You might find there’d be a spontaneous. . . . I don’t know. I don’t know what it would be. And to be perfectly honest with you, I wouldn’t want to see it.”
"Last fall, a report by the Anti-Defamation League called Appleseed part of a trend in which romanticized notions of armed resistance have “percolated beyond extremist groups and movements into the mainstream.” It stopped short of saying Appleseed was itself an extremist group, though Mark Pitcavage, the A.D.L.’s director of investigative research, characterized Appleseed as a potential gateway to militias. “I’m concerned not in the sense that I think the Appleseed Project is dangerous,” he told me. “But it does have a goal of indoctrination.”
The fact that they quoted a major Marxist front group shows what this propaganda is about. We should be forming, training and arming the militias. Why aren't we? The answer is the cowardice of the average 'conservative' and 'libertarian,' most of whom are still under the pacifist mind control of the Amerikan Communist Insurgency. They react to articles like this, written to keep them in line, fearful of what their 'neighbors,' whatever might think.
I present more evidence:
"On one of the final afternoons of boot camp, Gordon Wade, a math professor at Bowling Green State University, was cooking outside his tent. Dailey lumbered up and told Wade he had the makings of a good instructor. Wade said he wasn’t sure how many of his academic peers he could bring into the Appleseed fold. “They might think it’s some kind of militia,” he said."
What the hell exactly does that mean? If the so-called educated and 'respectable' cowardly conservative and libertarian types would grow some backbone and show up and make the militias what they should be... Well that would really give the commie newshores something to whine about. Neighbors and co-workers, etc. who don't like it can be told they are living in the wrong country. But how many have the courage to do such? Damn few.
And of course where would we be without 'mainstream legitimacy?':
"Appleseed’s claim to mainstream legitimacy is bolstered by the group’s ties to active-duty members of the military. In March, an instructor who works as a researcher at White Sands Missile Range in New Mexico arranged for Appleseed to conduct five days of training with a brigade from the Second Engineer Battalion. Appleseed also gave free on-base training to a unit from the South Carolina National Guard. I shot at Appleseed boot camps alongside Marines looking to hone their skills before deployment. They came to Appleseed out of uniform, on their own accord. The final two days of the Ramseur boot camp were led by 26-year-old John Hawes, who won a Silver Star in Afghanistan and recently taught marksmanship to soldiers at Fort Jackson. “The Army’s gotten away from the basics,” he told me."
Of course 'mainstream legitimacy' means 'braindead' because one is properly fearful of standing up to the Amerikan Communist Insurgency or the authoritarianism of the elites that fund it.
This article proves how clueless many 'Amerikans' still are. The fact that they still look to the New Yawk Slimes as the 'newspaper of record' as it was known when the mainstream newsmedia was all there was, before the internet. In the future, after the "Liberal" freaks have been killed off and died out along with other assorted authoritarians, historians may be referring to such and such date as B.I.(before the internet).
Here are some comments from
this travesty and my responses...
“Figaro, did you actually read the article? Appleseed is a cure for those who think that they need to overthrow the government. The Founders, who faced a choice between submission and violence gave us a third choice: civic participation. That is the Appleseed message. Although I can understand why you didn't quite get it because this is one of the most poorly written articles I've ever had to wade through.” - Mogget210, Verona July 30th, 2010 12:34 am
Some Appleseeders claim their message is participation in politics. Nothing wrong with that. While the first American revolution was going on the colonial governments represented by the Continental Congress had diplomats overseas. They were playing political games while they were shooting lobsterbacks. That's how it works. Politics is the art of shaking a bloody hand, hoping the blood isn't yours...
Of all the comments this one takes the cake:
“Stunning, just stunning. Can any of these right wing looney tunes tell me which Western democracy has been so tyrannical to its population in the past 200 years that it has had to been overthrown? One of these days these paranoid freaks are going to start a war and all the liberals will be eliminated by these thugs. America meet your Taliban only much much more dangerous.”
My first response to this is: 'God I hope so.'
And the Nazis were 'democratically' elected, which led to Hitler's appointment as Chancellor.
And amerikans will fire on
“If these people keep it up I'm going to join the US Army to help deal with their treason.” - Jay Casey, Arkansas July 29th, 2010 9:12 pm
And it’s from the south!
Oh, and here’s another goody:
“Lets see...teaching participants to kill a man at 500 yards after lectures on how the government is enslaving us. The best reason I can think of for registering guns, knowing who has them and where they live so, when they decide to rise up, we can hunt them down like the terrorists they're training to be.” - Ross S, Tennessee July 30th, 2010 12:32 am
Another amerikan who’s willing to kill Americans:
“Hmm... so, if they "don't win at the ballot box", then they are arming to overthrow the democracy and fight against the will of the majority? Hmm...
I need to get a bumper-sticker for my truck that says "Gun totin' Liberal"... – Jeff, Colorado July 30th, 2010 12:32 am
I hope it does put the bumper sticker on its car. They should all have a large ‘L’ or a target tattooed on their foreheads.
And this one gets 5 sticky stars:
“The first gun control laws in Britain were passed right after the Bolshevik Revolution. In New York City, some gun control legislation was rushed through City Council after it was learned that Malcolm X kept a rifle in his car. In California, carrying a non-concealed gun was legal for anyone until the Black Panthers started doing it. Some important American gun control legislation was also passed after a major wave of strikes during the Great Depression. The Appleseed Project seems to be predominantly right-wing and unlikely to alarm the authorities or lead to new legislation, although it does seem to have a populist element to it that could go in a number of different directions. Interesting article!” – Ellen, nyc July 30th, 2010 12:32 am
And miss-information from our own side:
“America's first army was untrained militia and that tradition should continue. Do not fear your countrymen. Appleseed has nothing to do with the most recent elections and everything to do with ensuring America stays a vibrant democracy for another 234 years.” – Dan, California July 30th, 2010 12:34 am
It’s not a democracy Dan. Read the constitution. Gen. George Washington struggled throughout the Revolutionary war to create a professional military. Sometimes the Militias proved useful. Sometimes they ran like little girls. Sometimes the professional soldiers did the same.
And if you believe in individual Liberty, you’d better damn well fear your countrymen. There are many, like the creature who wrote this article and the majority of the commenters, obviously consistent New Yawk Slimes readers, who will have no problem killing you or having you killed for refusing to go along with their communism.
Discourse with “Liberals”(communists) is discourse with liars. “Liberal” garbage will stand and lie to your face, knowing that you know its lying, and expect you to pretend it’s not lying. That is the lowest of the low.
No problem is made worse by any action if another dead “Liberal” is the result. That’s one less vote for communism in this country.
And finally my comments, which I submitted multiple times without them ever showing up. I suppose I was too 'abusive' to the "Liberal" freaks(“Thank you for your submission. Comments are moderated and generally will be posted if they are on-topic and not abusive.”):
Nice propaganda piece. The ‘reporter’ actually spent time with its victims, tried to sound reasonable to them, but couldn’t finish the article, or the New Yawk Slimes editors couldn’t finish it, without quoting prominent Marxist front groups and trying to make the participants in the program sound ‘extremist’ or whatever cute term is fashionable.
To regular Slimes readers who exist in “Liberal” fantasy land where our ‘democracy’ and ‘majority rule’ is at stake because millions are now waking up to the loss of individual Liberty and the reality of the damage the Amerikan Communist Insurgency has done to this representative republic, it probably is scary.
But then a water pistol is scary to those poor pathetic creatures. Well some of them. Several I noted are very willing to kill or get others to kill for them to preserve and increase the communism we are forced to live under at the point of a government gun.
Americans have fired on Americans before and will again. Only this time it will be amerikans killing Americans, as their ideological ancestors killed 100 million in the last century.
Regardless of which side pushes the other into the corner politically blood conflict will result. I will not tolerate any more commie laws and I will not obey commie care. End of discourse.
There are 300 million people here, with just about
every type of topography and terrain that can be found on the planet. A
tiny percentage of that are the military and police, federal and local,
a great number of which, if not the great majority, will initially side
with those who fight for Liberty because many of them are smart enough
to know the real score in this war.
Enough weapons and ammunition were sold in the first 3 months of the Marxist mutt’s(his word not mine) first year in office to outfit the Chinese and Indian armies. Some of that was undoubtedly sold to communists who will have no problem using it to force their utopia on the rest of us.
The elites and their commie dupes will recruit from the large and mostly ignorant urban populations and probably bring immigrants(illegal or not), as Lincoln did, into the fray.
The 'evil corporations' will vacate, or side with whichever group is dominant where they are or try to fund those they think they can control. “Liberals” are always easy to control as they always want someone to hold their hand, lie to them and tell them "It’s gonna be OK."
Appleseed seems to be an honorable attempt to
bring the dumbed-down but not completely brain-dead into reality. But
it’s far from enough. We, the flyover states, or the NRA or other
pro-Liberty groups need to be preparing for the inevitable.
The American Communist Insurgency and the elites who fund it are not going to just throw up their hands and say “Oh sorry, we were wrong to try to shove socialism down your throats all these decades. We’re going home now to live in peace and Liberty with our neighbors.”
If they appear to vacate the field it will only be to re-group and re-fashion their lies.
Don’t understand? Start here.
And don’t miss my two latest columns on what must be done:
Essential skills for
On that note
"I noticed that certain prominent tea-party "leaders" were attempting to constrain the movement to a set of economic issues.
"I am convinced (and I believe the overwhelming number of tea-party activists nationwide are with me on this) that America faces serious crises that go beyond economics and materialism. They are moral, spiritual, transcendent issues that cut right to the heart of people's ability to discern right from wrong, even to recognize that there is something we call "absolute truth."
Farah makes some good points but needs to recognize that this will never be a nation of totally 'saved' people, in other words following his version or sub-version or subversion.
We must work toward human Liberty that includes all and harms none without the socialism that degrades into tyranny. It will never be perfect, but reducing the governments by about 80 percent would be a good start.
The 'christian' conservatives, libertarians, et. al.
must first agree on who their real domestic enemies are, those who for
decades, over a century, have been trying to overthrow the Bill of
Rights and install communism. Until they do that they will continue to
"Many of the freedoms we enjoy here in the U.S. are
quickly eroding as the nation transforms from the land of the free into
the land of the enslaved, but what I'm about to share with you takes the
assault on our freedoms to a whole new level. You may not be aware of
this, but many Western states, including Utah, Washington and Colorado,
have long outlawed individuals from collecting rainwater on their own
properties because, according to officials, that rain belongs to
Now for something less intelligent...
Working together peacefully with our neighbors is
a wonderful concept. Subsuming our Liberties, our most basic right, in
the name of such, is evil...
"These are truly extraordinary times. With every
passing day, we are witnessing what can only be called the People versus
the Government. The distrust and disdain Americans of all political
persuasions feel toward the White House and Congress is extraordinary.
"A June Gallup Poll revealed that just 12% of Americans expressed confidence in Congress, “the lowest of the 16 institutions tested this year, and the worst Gallup has measured for any institution in the 35-year history of the question.” A recent Rasmussen Reports survey found that 68% believe the nation’s Political Class doesn’t “care what most Americans think.”
I've been feeling way past that for about 15 years... waiting for the
rest to catch up.
This is gruesome...
That shoulder wound looked as if it might keep bleeding.
There's IFAKs and then there's IFAKs
"OK, troops, yesterday I told you I picked up two new "IFAKs" --
Improved First Aid Kits -- for a relative song. These were the Army
version of the current issue first aid kit as pictured above. The
Marines have a different IFAK, and you can find both in surplus stores,
off-base pawn shops and on-line military gear stores.
Whereas the Army IFAK designation stands for "Improved First Aid Kit," the Marines kit is called "Individual First Aid Kit," both with the same acronym. And its not just the name that's different. For those who want to duplicate the kits by picking up individual items, the contents lists below should help.
Drowning looks different than you think
"Think drowning involves screaming, gasping, and flailing? Think it’s
easy to notice someone drowning? Well, you’re wrong. Drowning is a
silent killer. There’s no waving or calling for help of any kind. It's
not like what you see on TV. Many people would not even notice another
person drowning at just 30 yards away. Read on for tips on how to keep
yourself and those you love safe from this silent killer whether at the
beach or in your backyard pool."
What's in your bag?
"Police officers in Bay City, Mich., are being called domestic terrorists after renting billboard space to trumpet that the layoffs of five police officers in the town could lead to more shootings, stabbings, robberies and beatings."
billboard is a lie. Look up the book "Dial
911 and Die."
SCOTUS has ruled numerous times it's not the job of the police to protect
police concentrated on catching the real bad guys: "Liberals"(communists),
Neocons, corrupt govt. public servants, burglars, robbers, rapists, murderers
etc. and refused to enforce laws that simply say the govt. doesn't want you to
possess something its arrogance doesn't think you should have, then they would
deserve some respect.
go along with the police state instead.
example, every time a BATF Nazi comes into a state, county or city it should be
arrested and hung for treason, not assisted in enforcing evil laws, passed by
“Liberal” garbage, that shouldn't be on the books in the first place.
understand? Go to willowtowndotcom. Read my
quotes page first. Then read my
column 'We have a long way to go' on the latest SCOTUS decision on the Second
understand? Start here.
don’t miss my
column on the latest SCOTUS decision on the Second Amendment.
What your phone app doesn't say: it's watching
"Lookout Inc., a mobile-phone security firm, scanned nearly
300,000 free applications for Apple Inc.'s iPhone and phones built around Google
Inc.'s Android software. It found that many of them secretly pull sensitive data
off users' phones and ship them off to third parties without notification."
How much does he like them?
If the Aussies and the Brits really loved their Liberty they would have
started killing their "Liberals" when they were told to surrender their
Letter from the heart - from a newbie to the Patriot movement
"We are severely outnumbered, we are out-powered (media and military wise), we are slandered, ridiculed, and despised, they are taught to distrust us (the American people), to despise us. Even family members of mine think I am nuts for my “conspiracy” theories, which as you know are more related to true investigation and brutal honesty of my position in the military industrial complex. "
...and they think it's a tea party. It's a war.
The breakup of the united States
"As the dissatisfactions of Americans with their national government grow,
so does the likelihood of the breakup of the United States. I believe that
most Americans can improve their well-being by ending the national
government, that is, ending the Union. I believe that this goal should shape
politics if politics is to do much good.
"I don’t think Americans are going to be the first people in the modern era to initiate a large-scale anarchy. But Americans might conceivably move back to a federal form of government something like that under the Articles of Confederation. If so, the problem is how to proceed. Many Americans feel (and are) trapped and thwarted by government power."
"Contrast this with a national tax revolt, something that I believe is not a
viable means of achieving a significant and lasting change in our politics.
A tax revolt movement that seeks redress at the national level will not
cause the U.S. to break up. That is the politics of accommodation and
adjustment. It doesn’t challenge Congress itself. It doesn’t challenge the
United States. It doesn’t challenge the Constitution. It leaves the power
structure intact. As soon as such a movement is tossed a few crumbs, it
loses its momentum. The national government divides it and conquers it. The
national government lives on. It can regain its dominance over time by any
number of means, such as by invoking some imaginary emergency."
Life on the border
Raids are increasing on farms and private food supply clubs
"When the 20 agents arrived bearing a search warrant at her Ventura
County farmhouse door at 7 a.m. on a Wednesday a couple weeks back,
Sharon Palmer didn’t know what to say. This was the third time she was
being raided in 18 months, and she had thought she was on her way to
resolving the problem over labeling of her goat cheese that prompted the
other two raids. (In addition to producing goat’s milk, she raises
cattle, pigs, and chickens, and makes the meat available via a CSA.)
"But her 12-year-old daughter, Jasmine, wasn’t the least bit tongue-tied. “She started back-talking to them,” recalls Palmer. “She said, ‘If you take my computer again, I can’t do my homework.’ This would be the third computer we will have lost. I still haven’t gotten the computers back that they took in the previous two raids.”
Maybe the kid will grow up to do what her ancestors were too cowardly to
The Nuge says we're the ones who allowed the commies to take over
"But it gets worse. For, you see, the blame doesn't fall just on the obvious stupidity of our friends and families who voted for this corrupt, death-wish government in whose stranglehold we find ourselves. Ultimately, it is our fault. It is the failure of those of us who know better but have failed miserably to educate our own. Living our lives with a captive audience of family, friends, co-workers, socialites, fellow worshippers at church and other parents at school -- everyone in our everyday walks of life -- far too many of us have allowed uneducated, history-devoid, denial-riddled, fantasy-driven, anti-gun and anti-hunting, anti-capitalism general ignoramuses to remain so and run amok, when by all thoughtful considerations, it was our duty to educate and upgrade everyone in our lives to truth, logic and the American way."
"I have been damned as being a radical extremist my entire adult life for simply standing up and relentlessly promoting and celebrating self-evident truth, logic and common sense. The devil brigade acting upon the Saul Alinsky deception playbook has made its mark by lying, cheating and attacking with the very hate that it accuses everybody else of harboring. With an overall complicit media to bullhorn the brigade's agenda, a nation of sheep has taken the pill and swallowed it whole."
I don't know 'bout the Nuge but I've spent nearly 20 years of my life trying to get the sheeple to disengage their heads from their nether regions. As far as I'm concerned they fully deserve what's coming: to suffer horribly in this world for their apathy.
Will the Nuge soon persuade the NRA to start promoting what will be
required to fix this mess, if it can be fixed?
Now for some good news...
we have a long way to go.
Indians beginning to fight for their most basic right
"Business has been bad for years thanks to ever tighter gun laws, Mr
Ghei said, but since March, when the government introduced a new set of
amendments, it has been even worse.
"Along with highly restrictive curbs on the sale of ammunition and the creation of a national database of firearm owners, the new regulations also require gun-license applicants to prove a “grave and imminent threat” to their lives in order to be approved."
Urge Senate to pass firearms excise tax reform now
"This legislation corrects a longstanding inequity in the Internal
Revenue Code by permitting firearm and ammunition manufacturers to pay
the federal excise tax payment on a quarterly basis, like other
industries that support conservation through a federal excise tax."
Why don't more astronomers report seeing UFOs?
"The argument as presented by skeptics goes something like this: If UFOs
were "real," the most would be seen and reported by those people who
spend the most time watching the sky. Originally, the group of people
that were considered most likely were astronomers, but it was quickly
pointed out that most professional astronomers are too specialized and
involved in academia to do much observing."
So whose agenda is this?
Military recalls all crowd control pain weapons to united States
"Last week the United States military ordered all their humvee mounted
crowd dispersing pain weapons stationed in Afghanistan redeployed to
American soil. These Active Denial Systems were designed to breakup
riots and control the population.
Economic warnings from two respected anaylsts
"We are seeing massive fiscal deficits and massive expansion of the
national monetary bases. But we are also seeing something resembling
1930–34: the collapse of banks. Bankers are terrified. They are holding
excess reserves at the Federal Reserve. This keeps the fractional
reserve process from converting a doubled monetary base into doubled M1
and doubled prices. The bankers fear losses. They did in the early
A journey and a business?
Only the SCOTUS can try the Arizona immigration case
"Does anyone read the U.S. Constitution these days? American lawyers
don’t read it. It is certain that only a few in Congress have even heard
of it. Federal Judge Susan R. Bolton apparently has never read it. Same
goes for our illustrious Attorney General Eric Holder. But this lawyer
has read it and she is going to show you something in Our Constitution
which is as plain as the nose on your face.
"Article III, Sec. 2, clause 2 says:
"In ALL Cases affecting Ambassadors, other public Ministers and Consuls, and those in which a State shall be Party, the supreme Court SHALL have original Jurisdiction. In all the other Cases before mentioned, the supreme Court shall have appellate Jurisdiction… [emphasis added]"
Since when does it matter what the constitution says? They will have to
be forced to acknowledge it.
The right to bear cameras
"Shin notes that, even though public officials maintain that photography is allowed almost anywhere, many security officers on public transit and in other public spaces have other concerns on their minds: “Law enforcement officials have a hard time explaining the gap between policy and practice. The disconnect, legal experts say, may stem from a dearth of guidelines about how to balance security concerns with civil liberties.” One of the understandable consequences of 9/11 was that safety and security professionals are on perpetual alert, scared that allowing one photo to be taken could cost American lives. This is not to say that all police/security officers place national security concerns over First Amendment protections, but it is clear that a problem exists. "
The problem is that many cops and 'security officers' are trained to be
File this one under 'raisin' 'em right'
By the time he's 18 he should be able to hit a running "Liberal" at 300
Hunter safety - why I am not a vegan
"I grew up in a little college town in Southern New Hampshire and no one ever exposed me to hunting. It would be more appropriate to say no one ever exposed me to food. I grew up in a strange distortion of the cookie cut mold of the lower middle class of New England. We ate “food” from the supermarket, and did what our doctors told us to.
"About a year and a half ago I was introduced to the “Primal Diet”… a diet based heavily on raw meats, as well as the idea of “Traditional Diets” which includes unpasteurized grass fed dairy products… For the first time I gave myself permission to really begin exploring this.
"The premise is that we are a product of the ice age. It is a diet that
is based on anthropology rather than on a Garden of Eden tale of our
ancestral diet. After all, when we look at cave paintings of our
ancestors it is images of the hunt that we see. When we visit the still
living “primitives” of today, our window into the past, we find diets
largely based on animal foods. The plants that we grow today are a
product of an agricultural lifestyle that is a mere 10,000 years old!
Before this our entire species was hunting and gathering for its
Vegans vs. carnivores
"We know that metabolically we require the vitamin B12, or cobalamin, without which the deficiency known as “pernicious anemia” develops. This molecule is particularly deficient amongst the plants of this world, and so we require animal foods for this essential nutrient (essential as is meant in nutritional terms, meaning we can not produce it from our own metabolism). One of the glaring issues with Veganism as a dietary practice is that it is notoriously deficient in this vitamin, making it then, a vitamin deficient diet."
This ain't the drive thru...
Chinese economy set to pass Japan's
"China is set to overtake Japan as the world's second-largest economy in
a resurgence that is changing everything from the global balance of
military and financial power to how cars are designed.
"By some measures it has already moved to second place after the U.S. in total economic output — a milestone that would underline a pre-eminence not seen since the 18th century, when the Middle Kingdom last served as Asia's military, technological and cultural power."
Ex-CIA Chief Hayden: military strike on Iran likely
"A former CIA director says military action against Iran now seems more
likely because no matter what the U.S. does diplomatically, Tehran keeps
pushing ahead with its suspected nuclear program.
"Michael Hayden, a CIA chief under President George W. Bush, said that during his tenure “a strike was way down the list of options.” But he tells CNN’s State of the Union that such action now “seems inexorable.”
File this one under 'unintended consequences'
Quote for the times
"Government is an association of men who do violence to the rest of us"
- Count Leo Tolstoy
"Prudence, indeed, will dictate that governments long established should
not be changed for light and transient causes; and accordingly all
experience hath shown that mankind are more disposed to suffer, while
evils are sufferable, than to right themselves by abolishing the forms
to which they are accustomed. But when a long train of abuses and
usurpations, pursuing invariably the same object evinces a design to
reduce them under absolute despotism, it is their right, it is their
duty, to throw off such government, and to provide new guards for their
future security." -
The Unanimous Declaration of the Thirteen United States of America,
Adopted by Congress on July 4, 1776
(To the Founders, 'state' meant independent sovereign nation state,
that was voluntarily entering into the union and could theoretically un-volunteer later.)
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Only we need to apply it to Amerika's reds.
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