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By nature, American patriots have always been anti-fascist. We support the entire Bill of Rights, and we certainly understand the importance of protecting the First Amendment. Everyone has a voice and a right to express their opinions, political or religious.
We may not agree with the commentary of our political adversaries, and may not always support the ideas behind them, but we know the dark future of a nation that forgoes the right to freedom of expression; examples abound throughout the communist and socialist nations across the globe. History is littered with the corpses of those who fell to tyrants.
What if the current establishment deep-state coup is successful and our duly-elected president is impeached by the globalist tyrants in Congress? We can’t count on republican leadership to back him up (McConnell would love to see him gone). Our president has few loyal friends in the DC Swamp.
Or, what if this blatantly unfair and unjust media circus damages President Trump to the point that it actually drives down his approval numbers and the liberals win back the presidency?
Perhaps the globalist cabal can win by stuffing ballot boxes via ballot harvesting, or hacking the voting machines.
Will we take to the streets and fight these injustices—or will we collapse back into our recliners and shake our fists at our television sets mumbling, “Just wait until next time”?
When will we mobilize? After impeachment? After November 3, 2020 and a liberal president is elected? Is casting our vote the sum total of our willingness to struggle against the upcoming tyranny of liberal globalism?
With the election less than thirteen months away, we are late in the fourth quarter. The media and their liberal political cohorts have been campaigning against our president for three years—that’s how far ahead they are. Polls (yes, I know they are skewed) are showing a dangerous creep towards anti-Trump sentiments, helped along by the likes of Mitt Romney and Shanghai-Mitch McConnell, just to name a few.
The Posse Comitatus Act is a United States federal law (18 U.S.C. § 1385, original at 20 Stat. 152) signed on June 18, 1878, by President Rutherford B. Hayes. The purpose of the act – in concert with the Insurrection Act of 1807 – is to limit the powers of the federal government in using federal military personnel to enforce domestic policies within the United States. It was passed as an amendment to an army appropriation bill following the end of Reconstruction and was updated in 1956 and 1981.
The act specifically applies only to the United States Army and, as amended in 1956, the United States Air Force. Although the act does not explicitly mention the United States Navy and the United States Marine Corps, the Department of the Navy has prescribed regulations that are generally construed to give the act force with respect to those services as well. The act does not prevent the Army National Guard or the Air National Guard under state authority from acting in a law enforcement capacity within its home state or in an adjacent state if invited by that state’s governor. The United States Coast Guard, which operates under the Department of Homeland Security, is not covered by the Posse Comitatus Act either, primarily because although the Coast Guard is an armed service, it also has both a maritime law enforcement mission and a federal regulatory agency mission.
Poss Comitatus depends on whatever our masters determine it to be. Our WWI veterans found this out the hard way. We are fortunate today in one respect: we do not have to worry so much about the military since the police have become militarized.
I pray that our people (and law enforcement) recognize a higher authority than the Deep State overthrowing the country.
h/t Brock Townsend
Bannon believes we can still vote our way out of this mess…
It’s not going to happen.
Every now and then, a nation goes crazy. For whatever reason – it might be collective humiliation or extreme poverty, it might be boredom or despair – an entire people becomes unmoored from reality. It says and does things that in any other time or place would be immediately dismissed as foolishness or even fever dreams. In its confusion and hunger, it turns upon itself, devours itself, rips itself to shreds.
There can be little doubt America has gone insane. The highest court in our land is arguing in all seriousness whether a man who thinks he’s a woman deserves employment rather than a strait jacket. Our intelligence services and parts of our legislative branch persist in their extra-legal struggle to remove the sitting executive. Our press lies to us with impunity, and when caught, simply moves on to the next big lie. We print trillions of dollars from nothing to buy ourselves collective comfort. And the people are not horrified; rather most of us are entertained.
People like to throw the word “coup” around because it’s politically powerful. But they don’t believe that’s truly what we’re seeing. Or they don’t understand all it means. Because if they did, they would realize how many of the functions of modern life, how our financial markets and our web of gas stations and supermarkets, rely on a government that is able to keep peace. A government truly at war with itself cannot keep peace for long. A society that cannot define the word “woman” cannot perpetuate itself for long.
Whether the coup succeeds or not, we have reached a point at which the likelihood of America returning to domestic peace is small. With every university colloquium on the evils of whiteness, with every third world colony planted on our soil, those odds drop further. That means the insanity will grow until the people have suffered enough to bring an end to it by violence***. Be prepared.
I am out of place on an epic journey to the high desert with a friend who owns a ranch here. Posting My Utmost may get spotty as internet is only via cell and is spotty and slow at best.
Columbus Day” is now widely called “Indigenous Peoples Day,” and even more widely called “White Shame Day” because so few people can spell indigenous. In celebration of the day, liberal scolds will berate their fellow citizens for the unforgivable sin of stealing the heritage of native Americans…after which those same scolds will hurry off to an Elizabeth Warren rally.
Which shouldn’t come as any surprise – after all, “Indignant-est People Day” is all about hypocrisy…
This is not an important issue to me compared to other matters. Like many of you, I will go to work today to make money to pay taxes for those who have today off as a “holiday” or to fund the other side’s coup attempt to take whatever money we have left.
“I have repeatedly told CNN and our other media the following if you don’t want to propagate more mass murders: Don’t start the story with sirens blaring. Don’t have photos of the killer. Don’t make it 24/7 coverage. Do everything you can not to make the body count the lead story. Localize the story to the affected community. And make it as boring as possible in every other market.”Dr. Park Dietz, Forensic Psychologist, on how to stop mass shootings
Video games. 4chan. “Toxic masculinity.” These are just a few of the media’s favorite folk devils when it comes to assigning blame for mass shootings in America. However, there is startling evidence that how the media covers these tragedies makes them culpable in perpetuating future ones.
This might sound like an outlandish claim, but it’s supported by evidence from no less an authority than the National Institutes of Health. It’s related to a well-established phenomenon of copycat suicides known as the Werther Effect. Other countries’ medias have taken steps to minimize the Werther Effect through self-imposed industry standards on suicide reporting, and many of these standards have parallels with the coverage of mass shootings.
The American media currently has no industry standard practices for how to cover either suicides or mass shootings. However, one can easily see the difference between how mass shootings and suicides are covered. Whereas suicides are treated as somber tragedies, mass shootings often have the sensationalism turned up to 11. There’s a detailed discussion of the shooter’s life story, motives and methods. Strong evidence suggests that this both encourages and instructs potential mass shooters.
This word of wisdom from Ned Ryun at American Greatness:
“So if you’re wondering how all of this stops, how we return to normal, I will tell you what a friend told me: ‘There is no normal. There is only Clausewitz.’ There is only absolute and total political war on this axis we face until we beat them into an unconditional surrender. The Left wants it that way because they think they can win. They want no holds barred total political war. Since we can’t escape it, I say we give it to them measure for measure.”
The left has been waging war on this presidency since 11/9/2016. It doesn’t matter that they’ve been firing blanks for going on 3 years, what matters is that they keep reloading and shooting. We’re getting to the point where that’s going to have to be answered decisively, and not just with mere ridicule, or a strongly worded rebuke.
As Churchill wryly observed, people who won’t change their minds, and won’t change the subject, are fanatics. They suffer from deranged lunacy. It progresses to violence, inevitably, and already has. Every time they’ve moved to seize power, in every country, for a hundred years and more. And if they oppose your vote in the polling booth with their votes on the street, you’re going to have to vote from the rooftops, and deal with rabid dogs in the time-honored way.
They want the fight that’s coming, because they can’t out-argue it, they couldn’t out-vote it (God Bless You, James Madison et al) and they think they’re entitled to rule. Worse, they think they’re going to win, by divine right, among other reasons, even if their only deity is their bellies, and whatever hive consciousness passes for their minds.
If you’re not buying a case of canned goods at the market and the sporting goods store every paycheck, you’re doing this wrong.
And don’t forget to spend the time to learn how to use them.
Tools without training are toys.
You don’t need hobbies, you need habits.
Hunter Biden is stepping down from the board of a Chinese-backed private equity company and promising to forego all foreign work if his father, former U.S. Vice President Joe Biden, is elected president in 2020.
After months of keeping a relatively low-profile as President Donald Trump leveled a barrage of unsubstantiated accusations of corruption at him, the younger Biden is publicly vowing to avoid any conflict of interest.
According to a statement released on his behalf by his lawyer George Mesires, Biden said he’ll resign at the end of the month from the management company of a private equity fund that’s backed by Chinese state-owned entities. He also pledged that he wouldn’t work for any foreign-owned companies or serve on their boards during a potential Biden administration. He reiterated that he never discussed his business activities with his father.