I found this interesting article.  Excerpt:

Intolerance masquerades as forbearance, proclaiming an open-mindedness that is reserved only for those who conform to ideologically acceptable standards of cultural elites.

It has been my observation that over the last few decades, differences have been pushed as the defining elements of an individual.  People have been labeled and those labels utilized to force a tribalism into this culture.  No more is the rule of law paramount.  The color of skin, bedroom activity, physical or mental disability, shape of one’s nose, etc become the focus and that rule of law which combined the culture is being removed.  In its place is a tribalism more defining of those of original islam.  The goal of those pushing tribalism is to lock people into a group an then force the group to do “x”.  It is the human equivalent of setting up a survey with only discrete possibilities available as reply.  That removes the individual humanity which so long flourished on this continent.  One’s actions are no longer that which is defining.  Those characteristics over which she has no control are the ones celebrated.  I prefer how it used to be, warts, statues and all.

Article here:  This one covers most of the basic thought points.  I don’t prefer it’s ending, but on the whole, it is good.  Some excerpts:

Good for him, you should never let your mouth write a check your backside isn’t willing to cash. But it is not racism that he can’t get a job; it is due diligence on the part of potential employers.

The Constitution guarantees your right to voice your opinion but it doesn’t shield you from the repercussions of voicing your opinion.  [actually, there should always be results from one’s actions – that is the best teacher]

But don’t you dare look at me and think you are anything special because you take the very fashionable stance of disparaging this nation. [it’s sad that it can be described as “fashionable” to disparage the nation which provides us so much opportunity]

Well, this is from the comments, but I thought was worth the time.

So, the rich in other countries don’t want to take care of their citizens, then ship them off to America where we will have to take care of them and that is why illegals and DACA must go and those citizens of other countries removed from our soil and back to their own soil and take back the countries for the populous there since they have seen how it works here. We can no say “compassion” instead of “common sense” and remove and deport them as WHOLE FAMILIES because the whole families are also illegals. Other countries do not accept anyone invading their country nor their birthings as their legal citizens and neither can we! That is ludicrous and we must have compassion for our legal citizens and following the same REAL immigration laws under which my father came to the USA, and as did my spouse.

Here is another instance of recognizing that illegal immigration is an attack on our country.

Mark Stein

excerpt: In Afghanistan, we’re fighting for something not worth winning, and we’re losing. In Europe, Islam is fighting for something very much worth winning, and they’re advancing. And, according to all the official strategists in Washington and elsewhere, these two things are nothing to do with each other.

Very excellent reading.  Very troubling as well.  I wish it weren’t true.  Consider another thought from another post from another author of which I have no link; mass immigration is war.  When one country sends their population into another to take over that country’s culture, that’s war.  We have a couple players in that war in this country right now.  There is no acknowledgement of the war either.  Lack of firearms doesn’t make it less of a war either.  If someone moves into your house and brings relatives who eventually push you out the door, what is the term used to describe that action?  Love? Kindness?  Hospitality? or would that be more along the lines of aggression, theft, expulsion?  There is another quote in the article worth mentioning: when one doesn’t correctly label a threat, there is no ability to defeat it.

When the left attacks individuals on the right, the first thing they do is label them.  All the terms racist, homophobe, sexist, etc are utilized immediately to cast a particular feeling towards the individual and make any argument from that individual ineffective.  Interesting that we aren’t able to correctly label the people who do mean us harm.   It isn’t paranoia to say a muslim wants to kill me when he actually does.  That’s just telling the truth.  Their ideology demands death or subjugation of all who aren’t them.  That includes you and me.  Note how I address them.  I don’t call islam a religion as it is a totalitarian tribal ideology.   I do my best to not even capitalize them, as islam doesn’t earn even that much respect.  If only the elected leaders had that amount of clarity.

1.)A Marines Letter To The NFL

I would say read it and turn off the sound.  The music was annoying.  The sentiments expressed were perfect.

2.)Just for fun.

3.) Imagine a government bureaucracy deciding to look into the inventory of your house and all they have to do is check the purchase spread sheet.  Imagine that every transaction you do is monitored by the government.  Neighborhood kid mows the lawn – monitored.  Buy something at a garage sale – monitored.  From that level, how long until monitored becomes controlled?  War on money.  An excerpt:

The real aim of the war on cash however was outlined in a Wall Street Journal OpEd by Harvard economist and former chief economist at the IMF, Kenneth Rogoff. Rogoff argues that there should be a drastic reduction in the Federal Reserve’s issuance of cash. He calls for all bills above the $10 bill to be removed from circulation, thereby forcing people and businesses to depend on digital or electronic payments solely. He repeats the bogus mantra that his plan would reduce money-laundering, thereby reduce crime while at the same time exposing tax cheats.

However the hidden agenda in this War on Cash is confiscation of our money in the next, inevitable banking crisis, whether in the EU member countries, the United States or developing countries like India.

4.) I note the interesting phrase so ignored, “…or anything that would at least indicate the belief that minorities can do for themselves with a bit of help.”  How racist is it to say that these people can’t do anything for themselves?  Isn’t that the unspoken line?  There are no slaves on this side of the Atlantic, unless you consider working people vs the IRS.  There are actual slaves on the other side though.  How many essays have been done on them?  There are no slaves here, or any reason for reparations.  If one considers the amount of welfare transferred from the working whites to the blacks, all has been paid and then some.  Since conditions are more deplorable than when it was started in the ’60’s, I want a refund and removal of this drain on my income.  I guess with that stated, the blacks could claim being unfairly treated if they held jobs and had income removed from them like the rest of us.  For those working blacks, kudos for using your talents in the marketplace and enduring cries of “uncle tom, ect.”  When I was in grade school, melting pot was taught.  This was the concept that people all over the world came here with their individual talents, which when used, benefited the rest of society.  That quieted for a few years, then multiculturalism emerged which touted everything but the American culture.  That has been rammed down children’s throats since then.  It’s past time to return to the time of melting pot and expectation that a person was expected to work and contribute their talents to themselves, their families, and ultimately then society.

Read this.

Just a snip:

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.


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