Thursday, June 6, 2013

Armed Revolution Soon? 29% of Americans Agree.

From Daily Kos:

Overall, the poll finds that 29 percent of Americans think that an armed revolution in order to protect liberties might be necessary in the next few years, with another five percent unsure. However, these beliefs are conditional on party. Just 18 percent of Democrats think an armed revolution may be necessary, as opposed to 44 percent of Republicans and 27 percent of independents.

Turning to attitudes toward the Sandy Hook shooting in December 2012, which prompted the recent debate over the need for new gun control laws, the survey finds thatoverall, a quarter (25%) of Americans think that facts about the shootings at Sandy Hook elementary last year are being hidden and an additional eleven percent are unsure.

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Main media typically ignores these people. The people are real, and so are the guns.

"Men in Uniform Make Me, and My Kind, Feel So Safe!"

Policy Point: In addition to getting Chief Bratton here (that's "Mr. Stop and Frisk" to those who don't know), elected politicians in Oakland have also been sniffing around the genitalia of this man: Frank Zimring.

Our own city, has basically brought in the NATIO


Castelvecchi: So the assumption was there are some people who are just inherently evil and who are going to commit crimes no matter what, and the only way to avoid that is to lock them up.

ZimringThat's right [. . .]


^^^ Frank Zimring is one of the so-called "gurus" currently advising "the hill people" here in Oakland. He literally wants to lock all of us up. He was also anexpert witness against our civil self defense rights, in a Constitutional Rights case, down in LA.

Works great in Communist China, by the way.

But of course, a police state is "worth it" - Libby. . . Your people are not the ones who get arrested.

Well, I guess the other point is that the "NYC" miracle boys are nothing more than wealthy sellers of snake oil.

More about Frank Zimring: he is an enemy of all civil rights, and has served as an expert witness in legal filings that attempt to disarm citizens.

Monday, June 3, 2013

San Francisco Democratic Assemblymen Tom Ammiano Calls DHS on Homeless Person (who was really a news reporter)

At issue is California’s “Homeless Person’s Bill of Rights and Fairness Act,” a bill backed by Democratic Assemblymen Roger Dickinson and Tom Ammiano, which would grant any homeless person the right “to move freely, rest, eat, share, accept, or give food or water, and solicit donations in public spaces.”

Well, some reporters posed as actual homeless people, IN FRONT OF THE HOUSES OF THOSE TWO ENTITLED POLITICIANS, and one of them was rousted by the police, and the other one called The Department of Homeland Security on the "homeless person."

From BizPac Review:

The undercover journalists posing as homeless people loiter on the sidewalk in from of Dickinson’s home for 45 minutes, encountering several pedestrians and vehicular traffic without incident. However, when the assemblyman leaves his home and notices the ”vagrants,” it only takes a few more minutes before the police arrive.

“Basically around here, you want to keep it moving because it’s going to draw unwanted attention,” the officer admitted after some initial give-and-take. “I’m saying you don’t want to hang out in this neighborhood, really.”

In the second half of the video, the “homeless” journalists move on to the sidewalk in from if the San Francisco office of Ammiano, the second assemblyman. This time the results were more sinister.

When they loitered in front of the office without incident, they packed up their gear to call it a day. Soon Homeland Security agents arrived, demanding that the video be turned over in violation of the journalists’ Fourth Amendment rights.

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In other words, these entitled, elite politicians feel that laws should apply to us, and not to them. . .