Saturday, November 29, 2008

A Suggestion

In response to a comment by Zombie on Little Green Footballs I wrote:

If I recall correctly the Allies only hanged one propagandist at Nuremberg.

Obviously the willing collaborators in the Mainstream Media didn't get the message or they believe that the message does not apply to them.

Should our present internal political situation devolve into an open civil war, I would suggest doing a proper Roman style decimation of the willing propagandists in the MSM. That is, hang every tenth anti-human hack.


This is only a suggestion.

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Monday, November 24, 2008

A Scene From The Job Hunt

I just returned home from an informational meeting where the recruiter for the Minnesota Department of Transportation told everyone present that the state government of Minnesota is the largest employer in the state.

She said it as if it was a good thing.

We now return you to your regularly scheduled reality.
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Sunday, November 23, 2008

Thought for the Day



I miss a lot of things about the Seventies, except for bumpers, paint colors, disco, and Jimmy Carter.
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Saturday, November 22, 2008

Thought for the Day

I feel happier when I'm working than when I'm sitting at home.
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Wednesday, November 19, 2008

Thought for the Day

H. Beam Piper once wrote that political revolutions occur in a nation because the ruling class becomes discredited.

The Republican Party has to a large degree discredited itself by their continued insistence on practicing politics as usual and their continued practice of making deals with the other side.

Now that the other side is fully in charge in Washington we are about to receive a hard lesson on political incompetence. And contrary to what Azimov once wrote, violence will be the first thing that our rulers resort to.

I still remember Waco.
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Friday, November 14, 2008

Thought for the Day

Other "normal" cultures celebrate the so-called nobility, the local bunch of polished up thugs. Islam celebrates their false prophet, a pedophile rapist, robber, and murderer.

Americans celebrate actual working people*.



What are your questions on this block of instruction?


* Official Soviet culture made a show of celebrating the workers as a collective. But even this aspect of Soviet culture was a fraud as the rulers, the Nomenklatura, held the working class in utter contempt.
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Wednesday, November 12, 2008

Thought for the Day

"Most Russians Urban-Americans don't care whether they are ruled by fascists or communists or even Martians as long as they can buy six kinds of sausage lettuce in the store and lots of cheap vodka overpriced gourmet coffee."

-- General Alexander Lebed The Other Les.

[Link: en.wikipedia.org...]

Monday, November 10, 2008

In Other News

The Big ZERO gets to see the Oval Office for the first time today.

Imagine a soft-spoken tour guide in a nice cardigan sweater.

"This is the Hot Line to the Russians. Can you say 'Hot Line'?"

We now return you to your regularly scheduled reality.
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Sunday, November 09, 2008

Blast From The Past

Oh... Here's something I just dug up from some old files:

The effectiveness of totalitarian gun control as described by the commander of the 106th Guards Airborne Division of the Soviet Army. One of the units sent to suppress an anti-Armenian pogrom in Azerbaijan. As told to Carey Schofield, author of "The Russian Elite: Inside SPETSNAZ And The Airborne Forces."

"We landed by night, and some of our aircraft came under attack as we did so. One carrying personnel from Tula landed with twenty-two holes in the fuselage. The people thronging around the airfield were armed with sub-machine guns, knives and clubs. I went over to the crowd and said, 'Look! The Army is not a cat to be swung around in the air. Clear the road!' The KPP (Control and Command Post) of the airfield was blocked with KRAZ and KAMAZ trucks loaded with boulders. People started shouting that we wouldn't get through. While I was talking to the crowds my sappers were cutting the wire fence about 200 meters to the left and right of the KPP. I gave the crowds five minutes to think things over. They began jeering and laughing. Within five minutes two companies from my Ryazan regiment had crossed through the holes in the wire. The whole crowd was ordered to lie face down. We kept them there all night, to let them think things over. When we told them to clear off, the next morning, nobody wanted to admit that he had come armed. They all just left their weapons behind. So I said, 'okay, let's just say we found them'."

If gun control doesn't keep firearms out of the hands of criminals (genocidal criminals at that) in Soviet Russia, it is not going to do so in Soviet America.

What are your questions on this block of instruction?
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Saturday, November 08, 2008

Quote of the Day

From the comments on Robert Bidinotto's blog:

Around 1967 at the University of Chicago, I was talking to one of the radical guys in my dormitory. He argued that only a radical change in government would bring about a better society. I disagreed.

He said that his movement would become stronger, and eventually I would agree with him. I asked, what if I didn't agree with him, even later? He flashed anger and told me that if I didn't agree on my own, he would make me agree. I saw that as the end of the discussion.

-- Andrew Garland

Congratulations Obama voters! You narcissistic assholes have sold an entire nation into bondage so you can feel good about yourselves. On what grounds do you dare call yourselves Human?

That is all.
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Friday, November 07, 2008

Thought for the Day

The Media in the context of a political contest has a function similar to that of a witness in a criminal trial. By committing perjury the witness prevents the jury from issuing a correctly informed verdict. The results of which are wrong, such as the conviction of an innocent individual, and could be disastrous, like the acquittal of a murderous psychopath. Thus the act of perjury must be treated as a punishable crime.

Similarly, when the Media misinforms the electorate the result can be disastrous. Such as the election on an individual who is philosophically and experientially unfit to hold the office.

But we're not supposed to hold reporters and publishers responsible for those destructive actions.

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Anniversary

Today is the anniversary of the Bolshevik coup d'etat in Saint Petersburg. The beginning of the nightmare known to us as the Soviet Union.

Some people insist on not learning.
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Monday, November 03, 2008

A Reminder



Let's talk about Socialism.

We must understand that Socialism is essentially a Master/Slave ideology. If you pardon me for quoting the First Trustifarian, "from each according to their ability, to each according to their needs." And for the socialists, as with the antebellum slaveholders, the needs of the masters will always be much greater than the needs of the slaves.

The socialist master class, both here in the United States and abroad, basically see themselves being dispossessed of what according to their ideology is rightfully theirs. Control of their slaves and the products of slave labor. What should not be a surprise to us is that the response of the socialist master class and their supporters is in many ways similar to the actions of the antebellum slaveholder class and their supporters.

Those who reject the chains of the Left are subjected to public ridicule and slander by the self-styled intellectuals and subject to physical violence by the goon squad, with the ski-mask replacing the white sheet as the attire of choice.

If you will pardon me for the use of shocking language, to the master class of the Left, we who reject the chains of Socialism are (regardless of our actual race) no better than a bunch of "Uppity Niggers." It should be no surprise to us that they are treating us as such.

If we want to go on the ideological offensive (Or is it the Counter-Offensive?) we should simply point out the fact that the socialist economic structure is based on SLAVE LABOR.

If you will pardon me for repeating this, "from each according to his ability -- to each according to his need." Is the literal description of a slave labor economic system.

It is invariably the full socialist states such as the Soviet Union, the Third Reich, and the various People's Republics of Whatever that build and depend on full-service slave labor camps to create the goods that they need to survive.

It is the socialist parties in the otherwise Capitalist nations of the West that act as if wealth, the product of everyone's thought and labor, belong not to the individual who created it, but to some manifestation of the collective (Der Volk, the World Proletariat, etc.) as a whole, and thus act as if a robbery has occurred when the true creators of wealth are allowed to keep some of it.

(Gosh, wow, I do tend to get a bit long winded sometimes.)

The socialist is for the most part someone who declines to live the essentially rational and productive life that is proper to Man, and instead goes to great lengths (including the total disconnect from reality) to cook up excuses to grab the wealth created by others. As if the goods and services created by others were something naturally found in nature.

Instead of living as rational men, socialists choose instead to exist as less than rational animals.

Perhaps we should start treating them as such.

Let's start by voting them out of office and go on from there.

What are your questions on this block of instruction?
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Sunday, November 02, 2008

Thought for the Day

Of course The Big ZERO (Die Grosse NULL) is going to have a problem with selfishness.

It's not just an issue of tax policy. Before one can say, "this is wrong, I won't do it", one has to say "I".

Conscience is the expression of the ego in the moral realm. To make a moral judgment and to act on it are basically selfish acts. It is the self that sees through its own eyes and acts on its own knowledge of right and wrong.

Or to put it another way, you can't really be selfish if you can't live with yourself.

Rational Selfishness as Ayn Rand tried to define and advocate was limited to acts which benefited one's self but caused no affirmative harm or inflicted a cost on another person.

Narcissism on the other hand, especially in the political realm, is not concerned with the injuries and burdens inflicted on other people. In fact, the more destructive the consequences of obedience to those who obey the narcissist, the better. Human sacrifice with beating hearts cut out and victims flayed alive, that's great. Millions worked to death in slave labor camps in Siberia, that's better. As far as the narcissist is concerned.

Let me put it this way: In order for me to say, "I, Leslie Bates, do solemnly swear to uphold and defend the Constitution of the United States of America..." I have to say "I". That was my ego speaking when I swore that oath.

I don't know what else to say on this subject.
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