Approximate numbers of people butchered and maimed by Islamic assholes by year.
(by Nov 13 2018)
2018: 10,071/ 10,213

2017: 16,386 / 14,360
2016: 21,413 / 26,730
2015: 27,588 / 26,136
2014: 32,862 / 27,522
2013: 16,774 / 29,577
2012: 11,546 / 20,254
2011: 9,086 / 16,921
2010: 9,233 / 17,461
2009: 9,176/ 18,612
2008: 10,798 / 18,088
2007: 20,478 / 27,317
2006: 15,245 / 19,496
2005: 7,625 / 12,855
2004: 7,166 / 14,574

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March 26, 2013

» Cuomo suggests gun law opponents are paranoid

“What the extremists do is spread fear and unrealistic theories of conspiracies and the citizenry that needs to be armed because the government is possibly tyrannical, and they need their arms to defend themselves against the tyrannical government …. This is true: at gun rallies, I’ve heard this “slippery slope” line of argument from multiple attendees. They view the right to bear arms as a kind of check against government power.


I’m not sure how much of that excerpt is Cuomo quote or the author’s own words, but …Let’s think about it. Starting with the [true] statement “They view the right to bear arms as a kind of check against government power.” … ‘they’ being you and me, of course.
If one analyzes the wording of the 2nd amendment and references the writings of the authors of the 2nd amendment one can come to only the single conclusion that the founders did indeed intend the 2nd amendment as protection of the right to bear arms as a kind of check against government power.
One can then assume that the author is either unaware of, or in complete disagreement with, the opinions and intentions of the framers of the constitution … as indicated by his strategically placed Cuomo quote “Malarky”.

Fortunately, especially for future generations of free Americans, blurting the word malarky does not repeal the 2nd amendment.

Now, back up to the previous, and first sentence of the excerpt:
“What the extremists do is spread fear and unrealistic theories of conspiracies and the citizenry that needs to be armed because …..”
True enough, I reckon. Not completely true, but true enough. There are, indeed, far too many unrealistic theories of conspiracy – theories that have a grain of truth buried somewhere under layers of imaginative hyperbole.

It’s good that the citizenry be wary of their government servants. Government servants have a history of becoming masters. But it doesn’t help when the citizens invent grievance from scratch and allow their heads to spin at the mention of imagined multiple transgressions.

Eh? What am I talking about?
Tramping around protesting the 9/11 inside job does not lend credence to your objections to gun rights infringement.
Spraying vinegar at “chem trails” does not encourage the average low-info voter to take your gun-rights argument seriously.
Participating in – and propagating an endless flow of outrageous paranoia erodes your credibility. Think “boy cries wolf”.

I must admit that, back in ’09, I over-reacted to a few then-recent events …. a one day, or one hour plunge to the bottom of the stock market sent me reeling. I defend my reaction because there was a time in our history in which the market was a reasonable indicator of the overall economic health of the nation. But after watching the market plunge/recover/plunge/recover/plunge/plunge/go whacky – I’ve learned better.
Same with “reports” of concentration camps, government stocking citizen-killer ammo, troops preparing for homeland slaughter, Zionists and Jews controlling everything, Trilateral Illuminati Mason Repitillian shapeshifters … and UFOs.

If we expect to reclaim our American culture and secure our freedom and liberty, we’re gonna need the help of those millions of ‘undecided’ or uninformed Americans on the fence. If we continue to allow our side of the fence to be considered a drop into insanity we will fail.

There are enough real conspiracies to tend to. Most of them are easily identified as they are documented and demonstrated daily – which brings me back to the linked article in which Cuomo said “…. you need a system and government regulation to keep guns out of the hands of criminals and the mentally ill.“.
If it were possible to fulfill that need that would be just wonderful, wouldn’t it? Unfortunately, ‘needs’ are almost never met by government … wants are, though.

The poor of America need prosperity. The government has been working on that need for dang near 50 years with ‘systems’ and regulations – at the cost of trillions of dollars. The poor are still the poor, they just have bigger TVs and louder cars now.

The youth of America need to stay away from using drugs. The government has been working on that need for … again, about 50 years … and now we have a second (hopefully) ex-cocaine-snorting, ex-pot-smoking president.

I need a kickstand on my leg to keep me from falling down when I doze off. That ain’t gonna happen, so perhaps I really need to determine why I doze off, and work on that.

Criminals and nuts don’t much care about what the law says. If they want a gun, they’ll get one. And what we need as a society has no influence on their decision making. What we have to defend ourselves most certainly does have that influence.

“These people are spreading fear because the facts don’t work for them,” Cuomo said.

Was he pointing to himself when he said that?

» Cuomo’s 7-Bullet Limit to Be Suspended Indefinitely

The ban on magazines holding more than seven bullets was set to start April 15. Cuomo has said the law needs to be rolled back because manufacturers don’t make seven-round holders. The measure was a center piece to a gun law the 55-year-old Democratic governor pushed through the legislature in January, making New York the first state to respond with tougher gun regulations to the Newtown, Connecticut school massacre.

I said something above about documented and demonstrated (tyrannical) conspiracy, and here ya go. A thoroughly unconstitutional gun-ban law passed in the dark of night, behind closed doors – having never been read, studied or understood by the politicians that voted for it – and certainly not allowed scrutiny by the voting public. A law that not only bans future purchase of arms but outlaws currently owned arms. A law that restricts ownership to specific arms that do not even exist.

Did the good congressmen impose the seven-round limit out of ignorance? Are we to believe that not a single one of them was aware that the seven-round clip-a-zines they were limiting New Yorkers to, did not exist?

Stupid or evil – thems the only choices.

» Legal action filed against Gov. Cuomo–and more outrageous behavior by the governor

» Cyprus, Amazing what you can do to an unarmed populace

Cyprus has strict gun control. Private citizens are completely forbidden from owning handguns and rifles in any caliber ….

With the ECB threatening to cut off emergency financing for tottering banks as soon as today, Cyprus’s leaders engineered another way of shrinking the island’s financial system.

The revised accord spares bank accounts below the insured limit of 100,000 euros. It imposes losses that two EU officials said would be no more than 40 percent on uninsured depositors at Bank of Cyprus Plc, the largest bank, which will take over the viable assets of Cyprus Popular Bank Pcl (CPB), the second biggest.


» Sen. Reid Beefs up “Base Bill” to Destroy Gun Ownership

We now know a lot more about what’s going to happen with gun control legislation than we did a few days ago
…. the bill is a lot worse than even we anticipated.

…. We expected it to contain the Veterans Gun Ban, which would mean that you would sell, gift, or raffle a gun in America at the risk of a 15-year prison sentence because of something you didn’t know about the veteran/buyer.

But, surprisingly to us, the Far Left has convinced Reid to include the original Schumer version of the Universal Registry Bill. This would ban private sales of firearms, unless purchasers first get the permission from the government.

And a whole lot more ….

» Senate votes 53-46 to stop US from joining UN Arms Trade Treaty

Sen. James Inhofe (R-Okla.) introduced an amendment that would prevent the United States from entering into the United Nations Arms Trade Treaty in order to uphold the Second Amendment. His amendment passed on a 53-46 vote.
Republicans have been critical of President Obama’s decision to consider the treaty, although Obama has said he would not vote for anything that would violate the Second Amendment.

Well, has (THHO)Obama ever given anyone any reason to suspect that he says things he doesn’t mean or believe?

» Maliki resists Kerry’s call to halt flow of Iranian arms to Syria

Secretary of State John Kerry pressed Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri Maliki on Sunday to stop Iran from flying arms across Iraqi territory to the beleaguered Syrian regime, but found him unwilling to give ground.
…. Maliki repeated Iraq’s view that there is no definitive proof that the cargoes are arms, rather than humanitarian aid, as the Iranians contend. Kerry was left to say that he will gather more information to prove his point.

I smell fear.
I wonder … if America had leadership that demonstrated desire and willingness to stand by allies and not capitulate to enemies … would the Iraqis have less fear of Iran and Syria?

» Gun store rescinds Mark Kelly’s rifle purchase, questions his ‘intent’
» School Creates Bathrooms for Transgender Students
» Another Reason We Will Have to Bail Out California
» OBAMA CLASSMATE AT OCCIDENTAL COLLEGE: Barack sought “revolution, where the working class would overthrow the ruling class”


» University Takes Action to Punish Student

A Florida Atlantic University student who filed a complaint against his professor after he was ordered to stomp on the name of Jesus has been brought up on academic charges by the school and may no longer attend class
“We believe the university punished him in retaliation for him exposing the class assignment to the public,” Sasser said. “Sadly, it is a testimony to the indoctrination that some of the public schools and universities are engaging in – to demonize anything that was valuable in the culture.”

Fox News obtained a synopsis of the lesson taught by Deandre Poole, who also happens to be vice chair of the Palm Beach County Democratic Party.
“Have the students write the name JESUS in big letters on a piece of paper,” the lesson reads. “Ask the students to stand up and put the paper on the floor in front of them with the name facing up. Ask the students to think about it for a moment. After a brief period of silence instruct them to step on the paper. Most will hesitate. Ask why they can’t step on the paper. Discuss the importance of symbols in culture.”

So, the student’s reaction was not only predicted by the lesson synopsis but actually designed to produce that reaction. Therefore, the student’s indignant and boisterous response should have earned him an A+.
But instead, he is suspended?