Monday, September 18, 2017

Hard lessons coming

I told a co-worker almost precisely the same thing as Karl as Market-Ticker did, last week when news was getting out of this.


I almost choked on my coffee as I read Karl Denninger's piece on same;

"...For a firm to place someone...with a Masters in Music in charge of their corporate data security..."

IF it is indeed true that the person in charge of this leak is unqualified to lead in such matters, I would consider pursuing criminal charges for those responsible for putting this person in such a position, at a minimum. Yes, prison time.

A lot of it too.

And that "corporate death penalty," too, is just as important to execute.

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Tuesday, August 29, 2017

Bald-faced tyranny

From Remus at The Woodpile Report;
"Jennifer Kabbany at The College Fix reports an outfit calling itself the Social Justice Collective Weekly at the University of Colorado says:
 ... it is “frightening” for some students to have vets in their classes, describing former service members as “overwhelming” and a distraction. It also suggests the “military culture” is akin to a “white supremacist organization,” and that veterans are typically associated with “right-wing groups such as the tea party and NRA.” The flyer ends by saying veterans should be allowed to go to trade schools or community colleges, but that “in order to protect our academic institutions we must ban veterans from four-year universities.(emphasis - Ed.)

So there you have it, folks.

These people deem you unfit for their much vaunted "educational system," by way of your service.

You have been "othered."

You know, we've seen this kind of thing BEFORE...or have they no clue?

I'm convinced they do indeed know, but are more convinced of their supposed moral superiority, but then again, character flaws abound in your typical psychopath.

This reminds me of a post by Kevin Baker...it can't be spread far nor wide enough.

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Sunday, August 27, 2017

Hands all over the western culture

The resistance grows.

Good.

Time to pick sides, boys and girls.

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Tuesday, August 22, 2017

But one quip

Francis Porretto correctly calls out the absolute necessity for intel on the opposition;

" The first, absolutely indispensable step is infiltrating the opposition. We must learn the individual identities of those who gather to suppress us, and we must pursue them individually, just as they strive to pursue us. If they have gatherings, some of ours must be present. If they don’t, we must tap their communications and monitor them ceaselessly. The information we can gather that way is beyond price. 
Once we know who they are, it’s a short step from there to learning where they will be. That gives us what we’ll need for what must follow: charges, against both the individuals and the groups, of conspiring to violate others’ civil rights. That’s a federal criminal charge that can’t be dismissed. According to our family lawyer, a police commander who tells his subordinates to disregard such complaints is himself guilty of misfeasance – for instructing his men to commit nonfeasance — so make sure all such complaints are properly witnessed..."


The only issue I take regarding this direction is that we should not expect that the LEGAL SYSTEM (not the Justice System) will take any action on the issue, even when clear evidence exists that there was a crime perpetrated upon anyone who does not meet the criteria for a predetermined "social justice," class of various, "minorities."

Instead, please read up on how to properly perform the Three 'S' Treatment.

You have homework.

The festivities will commence soon.

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Sunday, August 20, 2017

Unglaublich

Fucking unbelievable.

Right there in black and white, "Don't make things worse."

How can you people honestly have the fucking gall to suggest that?!?

Stupid fuckers.

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Thursday, August 17, 2017

Already there

The key quote at ZeroHedge;
"The white nationalist riot in Charlottesville, a city that boasts “diversity makes us stronger,” made a lot of things clear. One of them is that generic solutions to the racial problem — bland affirmations of inclusiveness, tolerance and “free speech” — will no longer work. Indeed, they have never worked, at least not on their own... 
[I]n April 1968, amid a flurry of other “rocks,” riots shook American cities following the assassination of Martin Luther King Jr. It took that rolling unrest, not the promise of further economic growth, to spur President Lyndon Johnson and Congress to action. Within a week they had passed the Fair Housing Act. 
Over the past century, liberalism, vexed by an ever-sharp, ever-cutting white supremacy, has needed these rocks. …
Segregationists have again assumed their pedestals in the Justice Department, the White House and many other American temples. Paper alone won’t drive them out. Start throwing rocks."
Disregard the completely ahistorical insistance on who is, and always has been, the white supremicist for now; here is where I say that you cretins at WaPo, and the rest of the media in general, can call for throwing all of the rocks you want.

Hot lead wins, every time.

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Wednesday, August 16, 2017

When speaking the truth is a crime

I must say that Karl puts the events in Charlottesville, and actions of the few and many within their proper context and perspectives.

The rule of law has deteriorated to this point now:
"...May I remind said members of the press, politicians and others that their speech is often found offensive by someone, and that if they advocate for and promote this rank lawlessness and blatantly unconstitutional behavior they will have nobody but themselves to blame when, not if, the nation erupts into violence on a level not seen in America since the 1860s and their homes, businesses and entire cities are sacked by persons who are aggrieved by their mere speech. 
I have never in my life believed -- until today -- that we would see such an event in this nation again. 
Today I fully expect it to happen and when this outcome occurs it will lay at the feet of the press and lawmakers. 
There has only been one person thus far -- President Trump -- with the balls to make the statement in public that violence in response to speech is never acceptable..."
Now, matters are worse.

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