Posts Tagged ‘Anarchy’


June 8, 2020

Police, under orders from either mayor, council or governor, are now standing down during riots and observing the destruction of buildings and humanity. In some cases, they are not even present when crimes are committed. In other cases, they simply watch it taking place and protect themselves from the bricks and bottles thrown at them. In either case they are not doing the job of protecting law abiding citizens and property from abuse and vandalism. This is happening in the very cities where the most destruction occurs.

The Minneapolis city council has decided to dismantle the police department and replace it with a “transformative new model of public safety”. Other Democrat run cities have proposed reduced funding to their police departments and relegating that savings to other community service agencies.

Understand now, the same people are proposing that Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) be abolished. They want to restrain the Border Patrol and allow anybody into this country for any reason, unchecked. They are of the same mindset as the leaders of the FBI who unlawfully spied on and destroyed innocent U.S. citizens for partisan political purposes. And, while deconstructing our system of laws and enforcement, they want to severely limit the ability for upstanding citizens to protect themselves and their families from violence and mayhem.

These are the same people who continually send more and more money to the failing school systems only to have the students continue to perform poorly when tested. They have taken discipline out of the learning element so classroom disruption is commonplace.

They are the same people who believe paying postal carriers more per hour with increased retirement benefits to dump ballots in the trash will make the post office better. They are the ones who want bailouts for cities and states that have accumulated mounds of debt by mismanaging budgets for decades.

For those of like mindset, it is okay for a truck to unload a pallet of bricks or 4” river stones in the middle of the night in preparation for the following day’s “peaceful protests”, but it is not acceptable for a proprietor to defend his store and merchandise.

We are looking at the worst of times coming to your neighborhood soon. Anarchy is in the making with governors and mayors calling for churches to be locked and shuttered while liquor stores are allowed to continue business as usual. When we, the upstanding citizens, are issued $500 fines for sitting on dry sand at the beach on a sunny day while looting is forgiven there is soon to be push back. Emotional and physical restraint will only be possible for a while and that time frame is nearing the end.

Be prepared for aggression against the populace and vigilante justice countering those attacks. The recent riots, burning and looting will look calm when there are no police to respond. The unarmed public service emissaries sheathed in their pastel flower-patterned, puffy sleeve shirts will cower in their fourth floor offices to observe the confrontation between Antifa and the Proud Boys on the streets below.

There is little question, in my mind, that once the nihilists recognize their new found and uncurbed power, the socialists who caused it to happen will rue their instigative actions. The rebels will demand to reign.


February 3, 2017

Just like the nightly liars and bird cage liners, I just can’t say enough about our recent former president. He manages to stay in the news almost as well as the news has managed to stay on President Trump. He hates it when the Klieg lights are not focused on him.  For the first time in over eight years, Obama used some restraint for an amazing ten days. Then he made a fool of himself again.

Every time President Obama was caught indecisive, from his campaigning days on, he blamed President Bush for the predicament. The situation, any situation, was caused by his predecessor. Well into his second term as the country’s theoretic leader he refused to take responsibility for the outcome of his own actions or inaction. To be truthful, the closest he ever came to accepting responsibility was when he said, “it could have been done differently” referring to one of his many f*#kups.

Now he’s weighing in on his successor. Still not ready to accept responsibility for jobs, the economy, global hatred and distrust for the U.S. caused by his lack of leadership, he is mocking any changes made to mitigate his ineptness. Like any good Alinsky acolyte, he is encouraging anarchy.

On Monday of this week, Obama spokesman Kevin Lewis said, “President Obama is heartened by the level of engagement taking place in communities around the country”. “Citizens exercising their constitutional right to assemble, organize and have their voices heard by their elected officials is exactly what we expect to see when American values are at stake.”

Burning cars, breaking windows, beating people with opposing views is not the way to display dissatisfaction with a policy or administration. Protest, yes. Riot, no.

Per normal, he got it wrong again. In an effort to raise angst and anger among his loony groupies, he interjected the “Muslim ban” meme into the vetting of potential terrorists. Conflate for effect…or outright lie. That is the way of the progressive left.

It antagonizes the left any time a particular group of people is somehow restricted. Well, that is, groups other than normal people, people who use logic and reason in decision making, those who believe in and follow the constitution and abide by the laws (God’s laws or man’s), etc.

No, he couldn’t raise enough emotion among his hate-filled, hurtful and vicious lemmings when he was president to order or invoke martial law. Oh what glorious power that would have bestowed upon him. Perhaps now that he can again pray on his knees, head to floor, five times a day he can find the enlightenment to enrage the left and elevate them to complete and violent nihilism. Then he can blame Trump!






July 18, 2016

Thanks in large part to our Community Organizer in Chief, ambushing police and riots are now commonplace. Violence abounds. There is unrest in every pocket and every major city across the nation and it is seemingly being promoted by our current administration and endorsed by his justice department.

Each time there is an incident in which innocents are killed, President Obummer addresses the nation and two things happen. First, there is an insincere placating to the families involved. Second, and almost within the same sentence, comes a statement about how Muslims or blacks (depending on the specific situation) have been oppressed since the beginning of time and therefore righteously rebelling against white men and police is justified and acceptable. He is effectively granting permission for violence and killing.

There are other forces contributing as well. If it isn’t directly political as in Hillary escaping an FBI criminal investigation where Director Comey publicly justified indictment yet set her free without such recommendation or Donald Trump hurling true but volatile remarks, it’s Black Lives Matter projecting animus toward law enforcement or the New Black Panther Party (one of the president’s favorites along with The Muslim Brotherhood) calling for the killing of all whites and cops. As soon as that settles, our president finds the words to enflame another situation.

This happened in Dallas recently because of two incidents involving police officers and black men. I have reviewed the publicly available videos of the shootings in both Baton Rouge. LA and St. Paul, MN. According to the footage made public, both might be considered questionable shootings. But that assessment is made on limited information.  I was not there for either and felt no fear for my own life.  We’ll know more as time develops the stories.

As of this writing, the police death toll in Dallas is five with seven other officers wounded. The gunman wearing an armored vest. An ambush in Baton Rouge has left three police officers dead and several wounded.

Police patrol and do their job enforcing laws with trepidation now because approaching any suspect can mean their death or maiming. Simply being on the street has seen 8+ of America’s brave lose their lives in the past two weeks. Thus, they act quickly and with angst. The reasonable concern for their own lives causes rapid aggression and reaction without forethought. The recent spate of ambushes can only cause quicker to reaction to a sudden movement or refusal to comply with their commands.

Radicals are taking over in anarchy, without forethought but with direction and guidance, subtle or outright, from the leaders of national organizations local authorities and our president and his justice department.

At least one report says that Democrat Cleveland Mayor, Frank G. Jackson, has issued a “Stand Down” order to his police force during the Republican convention. Essentially, he has given protesters permission to riot in the streets. It worked so well in Baltimore!

And, like Baltimore, this usually results in looting and burning local businesses. Tens of thousands of dollars in unnecessary destruction is likely to occur in Cleveland. The anarchy is escalating and currently looks like it will not stop soon. The disregard for law and order generally associated with third world and socialist and monarchal governed (redundancy acknowledged) countries is here.


July 13, 2016

I’m sure that even the ignorant, selfish, complacent, under-educated millenials have heard the story of how to boil a frog. But for those still not aware, here’s how it goes.

If you put a frog in boiling water, it will jump out. However, if you place a frog in room temperature water it will swim around happily. Turn up the heat slowly and the frog will not notice the difference. It will unwittingly accept new or changing environment until it is cooked to death in the boiling water.

This is what has happened over the past seven and a half years.

In 2007, I said that it was “time for a black man to be president, just not this black man” (meaning Obama). He scared me when he said he was going to “fundamentally transform America”. I didn’t believe then and I don’t believe now that America needed any fundamental change. Perhaps some adjusting or massaging in some areas, but not total and complete change.

The words of his wife bothered me even more. Her words: “We are going to have to change our conversation; we’re going to have to change our traditions, our history; we’re going to have to move into a different place as a nation.” — Michelle Obama, May 14, 2008

Those words, from them both, lit the flame under the nation’s frogs – us.

With each speech he gives regarding the nation, he slyly embeds some subliminal wording to inflame the most aggressive and radical activists. It’s part of his training and education as a community organizer. He does it well.

At first, he subtly pushed for more restraint on law enforcement. Then he, using his calculated oratory, fostered the notion that “standing up” to the unequal application of the law between whites and blacks would gain them respect. From there he has reiterated the perceived disparity again and again until some believe it necessary to engage every officer at every opportunity. When they do defy the authority, whether they’re right or wrong, it sets the stage not for dialog but adversarial aggravation.

Each time the President brings to the forefront old standards or history long past such as slavery and Jim Crow laws, it arouses an ire within the decendents of the oppressed. That resurfaced anger, though the issues were dealt with and corrected decades ago, again becomes an issue for immediate reconciliation and foments unnecessary disquiet.

As the pot continues to heat, we are now at the point where, to blacks, it is acceptable to fight the local authorities constantly. Often now, they are initiating unnecessary situations that can only turn out badly. Calling for the killing of police is sure to cause angst.

Sorry, gotta go now, Obama’s bringing in a new pot.


January 5, 2011

The United States is currently experiencing Dictatorial Anarchy.  That not only sounds like a contradiction, it is.  Nonetheless, it’s what we have.  The elite today make rules then choose which to follow personally and which are not in the best interest of themselves.  We no longer have a government, what we have is a body of absolute authority and indiscretion.

Obama has now made a total of 24 recess appointments (that is an average of 2 per month for his term in office).  Others have made more and some many more, but none have waited and done so explicitly to skirt congressional vetting, debate and confirmation.  The authority granted to exercise cabinet, and judicial appointments was originally meant for emergency and crisis situations when potentially lengthy congressional debate might have a detrimental affect on the nation.

As a nation, we have defined borders.  Those borders are meant to identify the extent of land and peoples contributing to the welfare of the nation.  They also distinguish who is to receive benefits offered by the citizens of the land and who is governed by our three-branch government.  The Attorney General has fought Arizona for attempting to enforce existing federal laws that the Department of Homeland Security refuses to enforce.  The lack of federal enforcement is costing the citizens of that state, and many others, billions of dollars and dividing resource availability.  Our government now welcomes illegal aliens, and in some instances (e.g. in-state tuition to colleges and universities) treats them with greater respect and accommodations than are our citizens.

The President abuses executive powers by appointing jesters to ranking positions in his court at times when very few are looking and no one is around to stop him.  He puts radical friends and donors onto the federal payroll, funded by you and me, during congressional recesses.  Case in point:  The recent appointment of deputy Attorney General, James Cole.  Cole has expressed a viewpoint that terrorists should be tried in civilian courts and treated like criminals.  He wants to take jurisdiction from the inquisitional system of military tribunals which are designed specifically to try enemy combatants for war crimes, whether they are fighting in uniform or as guerillas.

As much as he chided President Bush for his use of executive powers, Barack Obama has enjoyed the authority and used the prerogative not to benefit the nation but for his own personal gain, enhancing his standing within a small body of elite.  Now that there is an adversarial majority in the House of Representatives with whom he must contend, he will undoubtedly bypass the legislative branch more frequently than has happened in his first two years of office.  His appointees then regulate industries and commerce in ways that would never make it through the legislative process.  The regulation will effectively render congress obsolete unless proposed legislation conforms to his personal goals.  (See FCC and EPA for regulatory over-control and agenda satisfaction.)

The Democratic Republic of the United States of America is being dissolved and the replacement looks to be a nation governed by anarchists following a dictatorial head.  There will soon be no borders, language or culture or laws associated with America, and those are the required components of a nation or even any high functioning collective body.