Enemies of Liberty are ruthless. To own your Liberty, you'd better come harder than your enemies..

Saturday, August 13, 2016


Anyone want to help with a website to keep score of Us versus Them?

Imam and associate take bullets to the braincase in NYC.

I'll bet on Christianity with the help of the Karma folks in a toe-to-toe with Mo's Morons.

Payback is a bitch, for anyone paying attention...

Here's the link.


  1. Heh. Apparently I'm not the only one of this opinion -

    Kill every last muslim,
    Burn every last copy of their satanic book.
    Burn every last mosque to the ground.
    Burn every last dwelling they have occupied,
    And wherever you must burn,
    Salt the ground heavily.



  2. It's going to be interesting to see if this thing escalates. :-)

  3. https://www.rt.com/usa/355828-milwaukee-police-shooting-riots/

    cav med

  4. live feed, Milwaukee: http://m.wisn.com/news/1-dead-in-officerinvolved-shooting/41190354

    cav med

  5. When talking about us vs. them, if you are not referring to us vs. government, you are just wasting your time being suckered by Ceasers divide and conquer/internal division strategies of Gaul. You have the right to self defense against any criminal, even if they are a dirty camel fucker, but if that criminal is called government, you magically don't have the right to self defense? Get with the program folks. BURT, TX

    1. "Them" is definitely not just 'the government', Burt. Never has been, and never will be. In fact, the government is already a wholly owned subsidiary of Corporate America...

      Right up there in the 'Luxury Boxes' along with the politicians and bureaucrats are the stuffed shirts of the media, all the investment bankers, damn near every officer of every company on the Flautulence 500' list; the paid "staff" of nearly every union - both public and private, and 98%+ of those on Welfare Lane.

      Add to that massive pile of un-American shit at least 50% of career military officers - who have knowingly, willfully, and repeatedly violated their oaths in order to advance their careers; and the paid staff of dozens of national and international "charities" like the Red Cross, United Way, and several others which feed at the govvie trough by way of federal grants and "Tax-Exempt" status on all the donations they receive.

      ...and that's just the top of the list; it's not comprehensive by any means or measure. There are dozens of 'defense contracting' companies which siphon off billions for "military research and development" concealed under numerous innocuous sounding line-items of the federal budget - Rarely called out are these R&D companies like The Rand Corporation, Deltek, TRW, Rockwell International &etc.

      Another such example I've been researching lately is the "Rogers Corporation" in Rogers Connecticut, which is developing some very interesting products, like "dynamic camoflage" - a semi-flexible, semi-conducting polymeric textile which is electro-chromodynamic. Or in other words, the fibers change color based upon electrical stimulation, such that the fiber's coloration changes to resemble the background colors behind it - essentially the same way a chameleon does.

      Rogers is also developing ultra-high current density batteries, and doing some remarkable work on room-temerature superconductors, including superconducting switches - both of which are prerequisites to directed-energy weapons.

      Another area where they have spent a lot of time and money is on personally wearable "active armor" which apparently uses electrical current to make the fibers particularly "sticky" to an object exerting 'penetrating force' against the protective vest. It's supposedly 5X as effective as the current standard of hard-plates over a kevlar jacket, but with only half the weight, bulk, body-heat retention, and restriction of motion.

      Also on Rogers project list is "light vehicular Terrahertz Wave scanners" - essentially radar on steroids, which can be mounted on the roof of a vehicle - i.e. a police car - and "see" through everything from clothing to the walls of houses, out to a range of 100 feet or more, with amazingly high resolution. "Stop and Frisk" will be a thing of the past. They'll be able to read the serial number on your concealed pistol from 35 feet away, and may also be able to identify certain substances by their chemical composition at short range (figure 20 feet or so) i.e. what are those pills in his pocket? Oh, never mind it's just Tylenol.

      So, in other words, the ultimate violation of our right to privacy.

      And that's just the shit I've been able to dig up on *one* such company - Rogers Corp - via information sources accessible without a security clearance. Now imagine what's on the Really, REALLY Top Secret list of the several dozen such deep R&D companies. All paid for by Federal funds, i.e. your taxes, and indirectly by the buying power you loose ever time they roll the money printing presses some more.

      And we won't go down the Rat Hole here, about all the new construction and other activities on Ft. McClellan, AL - even though it was supposedly "shut down" in 1999.

      I've been very busy doing my homework. I hope y'all have, as well. Because soon comes go-time, baby.


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