Pentagon’s New Robots Eye Creepy New ‘Flex Fuel’

Pentagon’s New Robots Eye Creepy New ‘Flex Fuel’

Will Future US Military Vehicles, Robots Feast on the Flesh of the Slain?

The real downside to the Pentagon’s planned army of merciless killbots, besides the inevitable robot rebellion (which the Pentagon is spending billions trying to head off) is all that fuel. Robots need really big batteries, or internal combustion engines, or something. No matter how they’re powered though, it’s not free. Until now.

A Pentagon contractor in Maryland is now working on a robot that can forage for its own food. It could use any biomass in the area. And lets face it, in any really big war there’s plenty of biomass just lying around all shot up or bombed to death and not doing anything for the war effort. So the robots, and potentially vehicles based on the same design, will be feeding off the flesh of slain humans to continue on their mission to slay humans and feed off their flesh.

Besides the obvious ethical issues of creating man-eating, killer robots (which presumably don’t concern the Pentagon any more than the non-man-eating but still killer robots did), the plan will also raise serious concerns about the reliability of body counts. It is difficult enough to get an accurate death toll out of the military when villages present the bodies to local officials. Imagine the skepticism if the villagers have to explain that Pentagon battle droids consumed all the slain villagers and sped off for more mayhem.

Locust: my take, lets begin research and design, when we retake the nation in the next decade, we will use them on our enemies.

The Republic Hanging by a Thread – by Jeff Davis

The Republic Hanging by a Thread

by Jeff Davis

Every once in a while Rush Limbaugh hits the nail on the head even though he constrains himself from delving into the underlying race issues. His response to the massive Democrat power grab is definitely worth quoting and commenting on. To be sure, there is a BIG racial component to socialized health care. County hospitals all over the southwest US were being hopelessly overcrowded and driven to bankruptcy by a flood of illegal aliens. This Democrat health care bill is not intended to help out needy White people. It’s intended to help the 30 million Latinos, who have invaded the US and their equally poor cousins who already have citizenship. Young White people will eventually find themselves taxed to the point of oblivion to support this crushing Third World burden. Imagine how much harder an impact Limbaugh’s response would have made if Limbaugh would only bring race up.

Limbaugh began his Monday program with, “Today, as we start the radio program, America is hanging by a thread. So we have to see what we can do with a thread. At the end of the day, our freedom has been assaulted. This is the kind of change that people did not think they were going to get when they voted for Barack Obama. Freedom must win the day.”

Granted, Limbaugh’s definition of “freedom” and mine are significantly different, but he alone of all the major commentators has come closest to the truth.

Limbaugh continues: “…I’m asking myself what kind of country are we today. We’re not a representative republic. The will of the people was spat upon yesterday. The will of the people is of no concern to the people who now have power and authority from the White House all the way down to Capitol Hill. The will of the people is something to be crushed. So we’re not a representative republic. You can’t even say, loosely defined, we are much of a democracy….. We have the people. We have the intellectual arguments. We have the commonsense arguments. We have history. But they won yesterday.”

Now, if only Limbaugh had the guts to come right out and say just who “we” are. “We” means White people. “Democrats” means the organized hordes of non-Whites, Jews, sexual perverts and deranged liberals who want to take this continent from the White man and turn it into a multi-racial cesspool just like Brazil. Continue reading

Truth Has Fallen and Has Taken Liberty With It

Truth Has Fallen and Has Taken Liberty With It


By Paul Craig Roberts

During times of universal deceit, telling the truth becomes a revolutionary act. George Orwell

There was a time when the pen was mightier than the sword. That was a time when people believed in truth and regarded truth as an independent power and not as an auxiliary for government, class, race, ideological, personal, or financial interest.

Today Americans are ruled by propaganda. Americans have little regard for truth, little access to it, and little ability to recognize it.

Truth is an unwelcome entity. It is disturbing. It is off limits. Those who speak it run the risk of being branded “anti-American,” “anti-Semite” or “conspiracy theorist.”

Truth is an inconvenience for government and for the interest groups whose campaign contributions control government.

Truth is an inconvenience for prosecutors who want convictions, not the discovery of innocence or guilt.

Truth is inconvenient for ideologues.

Today many whose goal once was the discovery of truth are now paid handsomely to hide it. “Free market economists” are paid to sell offshoring to the American people. High-productivity, high value-added American jobs are denigrated as dirty, old industrial jobs. Relicts from long ago, we are best shed of them. Their place has been taken by “the New Economy,” a mythical economy that allegedly consists of high-tech white collar jobs in which Americans innovate and finance activities that occur offshore. All Americans need in order to participate in this “new economy” are finance degrees from Ivy League universities, and then they will work on Wall Street at million dollar jobs.

Economists who were once respectable took money to contribute to this myth of “the New Economy.”

And not only economists sell their souls for filthy lucre. Recently we have had reports of medical doctors who, for money, have published in peer-reviewed journals concocted “studies” that hype this or that new medicine produced by pharmaceutical companies that paid for the “studies.”

The Council of Europe is investigating big pharma’s role in hyping a false swine flu pandemic in order to gain billions of dollars in sales of the vaccine.

The media helped the US military hype its recent Marja offensive in Afghanistan, describing Marja as a city of 80,000 under Taliban control. It turns out that Marja is not urban but a collection of village farms.

And there is the global warming scandal, in which climate scientists, financed by Wall Street and corporations anxious to get their mitts on “cap and trade” and by a U.N. agency anxious to redistribute income from rich to poor countries, concocted a doomsday scenario in order to create profit in pollution.

Wherever one looks, truth has fallen to money.

Wherever money is insufficient to bury the truth, ignorance, propaganda, and short memories finish the job.

I remember when, following CIA director William Colby’s testimony before the Church Committee in the mid-1970s, presidents Gerald Ford and Ronald Reagan issued executive orders preventing the CIA and U.S. black-op groups from assassinating foreign leaders.  In 2010 the US Congress was told by Dennis Blair, head of national intelligence, that the US now assassinates its own citizens in addition to foreign leaders.

When Blair told the House Intelligence Committee that US citizens no longer needed to be arrested, charged, tried, and convicted of a capital crime, just murdered on suspicion  alone of being a “threat,” he wasn’t impeached. No investigation pursued. Nothing happened. There was no Church Committee. In the mid-1970s the CIA got into trouble for plots to kill Castro. Today it is American citizens who are on the hit list. Whatever objections there might be don’t carry any weight. No one in government is in any trouble over the assassination of U.S. citizens by the U.S. government.

As an economist, I am astonished that the American economics profession has no awareness whatsoever that the U.S. economy has been destroyed by the offshoring of U.S. GDP to overseas countries. U.S. corporations, in pursuit of absolute advantage or lowest labor costs and maximum CEO “performance bonuses,” have moved the production of goods and services marketed to Americans to China, India, and elsewhere abroad. When I read economists describe offshoring as free trade based on comparative advantage, I realize that there is no intelligence or integrity in the American economics profession.

Intelligence and integrity have been purchased by money. The transnational or global U.S. corporations pay multi-million dollar compensation packages to top managers, who achieve these “performance awards” by replacing U.S. labor with foreign labor. While Washington worries about “the Muslim threat,” Wall Street, U.S. corporations and “free market” shills destroy the U.S. economy and the prospects of tens of millions of Americans.

Americans, or most of them, have proved to be putty in the hands of the police state.

Americans have bought into the government’s claim that security requires the suspension of civil liberties and accountable government. Astonishingly, Americans, or most of them, believe that civil liberties, such as habeas corpus and due process, protect “terrorists,” and not themselves. Many also believe that the Constitution is a tired old document that prevents government from exercising the kind of police state powers necessary to keep Americans safe and free.

Most Americans are unlikely to hear from anyone who would tell them any different.

I was associate editor and columnist for the Wall Street Journal. I was Business Week’s first outside columnist, a position I held for 15 years. I was columnist for a decade for Scripps Howard News Service, carried in 300 newspapers. I was a columnist for the Washington Times and for newspapers in France and Italy and for a magazine in Germany. I was a contributor to the New York Times and a regular feature in the Los Angeles Times. Today I cannot publish in, or appear on, the American “mainstream media.”

For the last six years I have been banned from the “mainstream media.” My last column in the New York Times appeared in January, 2004, coauthored with Democratic U.S. Senator Charles Schumer representing New York. We addressed the offshoring of U.S. jobs. Our op-ed article produced a conference at the Brookings Institution in Washington, D.C. and live coverage by C-Span. A debate was launched. No such thing could happen today.

For years I was a mainstay at the Washington Times, producing credibility for the Moony newspaper as a Business Week columnist, former Wall Street Journal editor, and former Assistant Secretary of the U.S. Treasury. But when I began criticizing Bush’s wars of aggression, the order came down to Mary Lou Forbes to cancel my column.

The American media does not serve the truth. It serves the government and the interest groups that empower the government.

America’s fate was sealed when the public and the anti-war movement bought the government’s 9/11 conspiracy theory. The government’s account of 9/11 is contradicted by much evidence. Nevertheless, this defining event of our time, which has launched the US on interminable wars of aggression and a domestic police state, is a taboo topic for investigation in the media. It is pointless to complain of war and a police state when one accepts the premise upon which they are based.

These trillion dollar wars have created financing problems for Washington’s deficits and threaten the U.S. dollar’s role as world reserve currency. The wars and the pressure that the budget deficits put on the dollar’s value have put Social Security and Medicare on the chopping block. Former Goldman Sachs chairman and U.S. Treasury Secretary Hank Paulson is after these protections for the elderly. Fed chairman Bernanke is also after them. The Republicans are after them as well. These protections are called “entitlements” as if they are some sort of welfare that people have not paid for in payroll taxes all their working lives.

With over 21 percent unemployment as measured by the methodology of 1980, with American jobs, GDP, and technology having been given to China and India, with war being Washington’s greatest commitment, with the dollar over-burdened with debt, with civil liberty sacrificed to the “war on terror,” the liberty and prosperity of the American people have been thrown into the trash bin of history.

The militarism of the U.S. and Israeli states, and Wall Street and corporate greed, will now run their course. As the pen is censored and its might extinguished, I am signing off.

Paul Craig Roberts [email him] was Assistant Secretary of the Treasury during President Reagan’s first term.  He was Associate Editor of the Wall Street Journal.  He has held numerous academic appointments, including the William E. Simon Chair, Center for Strategic and International Studies, Georgetown University, and Senior Research Fellow, Hoover Institution, Stanford University. He was awarded the Legion of Honor by French President Francois Mitterrand. He is the author of Supply-Side Revolution : An Insider’s Account of Policymaking in Washington; Alienation and the Soviet Economy and Meltdown: Inside the Soviet Economy, and is the co-author with Lawrence M. Stratton of The Tyranny of Good Intentions : How Prosecutors and Bureaucrats Are Trampling the Constitution in the Name of Justice. Click here for Peter Brimelow’s Forbes Magazine interview with Roberts about the epidemic of prosecutorial misconduct. His latest book, How The Economy Was Lost, has just been published by CounterPunch/AK Press.

Turmoil Over War, Immigration Threatens The Alternative Right

Turmoil Over War, Immigration Threatens The Alternative Right

By W. James Antle III

When an Establishment conservative like Mitt Romney wins the CPAC straw poll, it is an opening salvo in the fight for the Republican presidential nomination. But when Ron Paul wins, well, there is nothing to see here.

“Be careful not to read too much—or much at all—into these results,” warned the Washington Post‘s Chris Cillizza. “Paul’s supporters are loyal and loud but not, ultimately, that large a group as proven by the fact that he did not win a single primary or caucus in 2008.”

The Christian Science Monitor recounted this bit of snark from the blog Little Green Footballs: “There’s never been a poll Ron Paul couldn’t win, unless you count a presidential primary race.”[CPAC: Ron Paul wins CPAC straw poll – ends Romney’s CPAC domination, By Jimmy Orr, February 20, 2010]

It’s true: straw polls are unscientific. Paul’s victory doesn’t mean he’ll be taking the oath of office come January 20, 2013 anymore than Romney’s three consecutive CPAC triumphs translated into him winning the presidency—or even the Republican nomination.

But straw polls do test organizational strength and grassroots enthusiasm. CPAC, as its organizers like to point out, the nation’s largest gathering of conservative activists. It says something that Ron Paul was able to attract substantially more support than Sarah Palin, Mike Pence, Newt Gingrich, and a slew of other Beltway right favorites. It may not portend much for the 2012 primaries, but it does show where the youthful intensity and enthusiasm lie.

Paul’s first-place showing wasn’t the only sign that what some are calling the “Alternative Right” is coming into its own. Paul-inspired organizations like the Campaign for Liberty are displaying increasing professionalism and effectiveness. The movement is even shedding its cult of personality aspect, developing other respected leaders alongside Ron Paul. At this point, Paul’s son Rand has to be favored to win the Republican senatorial nomination in Kentucky, where he’d be at least even to win the general election.

The Paulites’ relationship with mainstream conservatives—who remain enamored of the Iraq war and the Bush Doctrine, if not always former President George W. Bush himself—is still contentious. Paul’s win was booed by many CPAC attendees. But increasingly, dissident conservatives feel like a real presence rather than a rump or a remnant.

All of this is good news in a political culture where positive stories are hard to come by.

But as conservatives are fond of saying, ideas have consequences. The ideas that animate the movement started by Ron Paul are mostly libertarian. One of the consequences is that patriotic immigration reform may not be as salient to a Paulian alternative right.

Pat Buchanan launched three presidential bids in which he championed three broadly paleoconservative causes: a restrained post-Cold War foreign policy; an approach to trade that was skeptical of the benefits of a hyperglobalized economy; and patriotic immigration reform. Buchananite ideas, his supporters hoped and his critics feared, had the potential to appeal to many more people than the 3 million who cast ballots for Buchanan during his most successful presidential campaign.

After the disappointment of Buchanan’s Reform Party bid, the Buchanan brigades were to live on in the pages of older publications like Chronicles and such new ones as The American Conservative (for which I worked for nearly three years).

Even during the heady days of the Buchanan campaign, there were harbingers of a possible split between non-interventionists and immigration restrictionists. The libertarians involved in the paleo “New Fusionist” bargain originally invented by the much-missed Murray Rothbard began to have qualms about supporting a presidential candidate who opposed free trade and advocated economic nationalism. Before his death in 1995, Rothbard worried that Buchanan’s trade views were pushing him in a more statist direction.

But once paleos had for the most part quit the political scene—there was no obvious successor to Buchanan—for intellectual enterprises, the split seemed to subside. Reports of contentious John Randolph Club meetings notwithstanding, paleocons and paleolibertarians were publishing together in The American Conservative during the run-up to the Iraq war.

Ron Paul brought paleos back into politics again. The Good Doctor’s position on immigration isn’t perfect but it isn’t bad (the same is true of his son Rand). In fact, Paul’s immigration views during the 2008 primaries were more sensible and durable than most of the GOP frontrunners. He is a believer in sovereignty and borders. Nevertheless, the National Question does not move him much and immigration was far less important to Paul’s campaign than Buchanan’s.

Consequently, under Paul’s would-be successors things could get rather worse. Former New Mexico Gov. Gary Johnson is talked about as a possible Paulite candidate in the 2012 primaries. His frugal record as governor and his constitutionalist platform today are remarkable. But his position on immigration is dreadful.

Johnson’s “OUR America Initiative” includes expanding legal immigration on its “Three Point Plan” for national prosperity. In 2000, Johnson gave an interview to Playboy in which he promiscuously uttered almost every immigration enthusiast canard:

PLAYBOY: As governor of a border state, what is your view of the immigration issue?

JOHNSON: I don’t think Easterners recognize that the Hispanics who immigrate are great people, great citizens. They care about their families like other Americans care about their families. They’re living in poverty in Mexico and can come to the United States and do a lot better.

PLAYBOY: By–according to some–taking away jobs.

JOHNSON: They work the lowest-paying jobs, which is a huge step up from where they come from. And they are taking jobs that other Americans don’t necessarily want. They’re hardworking people who are taking jobs that others don’t want. That’s the reality.

PLAYBOY: Would you open the borders and make it easier to immigrate legally?

JOHNSON: My vision of the border with Mexico is that a truck from the United States going into Mexico and a truck coming from Mexico into the United States will pass each other at the border going 60 miles an hour. Yes, we should have open borders. It will help enormously with the drug issue, too, by the way. One of the huge raps on Mexico is that it is a drug supplier, that it’s the drug corridor. But there wouldn’t be drugs coming in illegally from Mexico if there weren’t the demand in the United States. We have a militarized border with Mexico, and it’s a shame. It doesn’t work very well, either. Mexican mules get paid a king’s ransom to carry marijuana or cocaine across the border, but they are just mules. If they get caught, they’re the ones who get locked up, not the drug lords. One out of eight gets caught. Whoever’s paying them south of the border knows that equation and understands the risk.

PLAYBOY: In California, there was a backlash against illegal immigrants. Voters passed a proposition that would have denied them medical and other services.

JOHNSON: It wouldn’t be a problem if they were legal, so the process to make them legal should be easier.

PLAYBOY: Many Americans fear the flood of immigrants that would follow.

JOHNSON: Again, they would come over and take jobs that we don’t want. They would become taxpayers. They’re just pursuing dreams—the same dreams we all have. They work hard. What’s wrong with that?

“Yes, we should have open borders.” If this were an idiosyncrasy of Johnson’s, it wouldn’t matter much. One could easily justify a protest vote for an antiwar Republican while disagreeing on other important issues. But what if Johnson’s immigration expansionism catches on?

At a Campaign for Liberty roundtable discussion on the war on terror at CPAC, panelist Jacob Hornberger proposed an alternative to a foreign policy based on regime change: allowing all victims of tyranny to flee their oppressive home countries and come to the United States. If the mostly young audience objected, it didn’t show in the raucous applause that followed Hornberger’s immigration line. (By contrast, the crowd was clearly divided when another panelist called America a “secular republic” and said religion had no place in politics).

To be sure, a Ron Paul libertarian is far less likely to support open borders than most other self-described libertarians. And the Paul movement has been good for exposing young people to authentic conservatism, including arguments for immigration restriction.

But there has been a divide between paleoconservatives primarily interested in immigration and those primarily interested in foreign policy.

Foreign policy, even more than the Federal Reserve, draws people to Paulian forms of conservatism and libertarianism. While non-interventionism has gained a following among a growing number of young people on the right, it has gained little traction among the millions who still identify with the mainstream conservative movement. By contrast, patriotic immigration reform has appealed to rank-and-file Republicans who detest George W. Bush’s amnesty proposals but like his wars just fine.

This has left some paleoconservatives feeling uneasy. As the immigration-reduction movement has sunk deeper roots into the conservative movement and begun to acquire a mass-electoral base, it has also picked up some of the political style and impulses of the prowar Right,” wrote my old boss Scott McConnell in an American Conservative review of Mark Krikorian’s The New Case Against Immigration. “Talk-radio hosts who are anti-immigrant are especially anti-Muslim and noisy enthusiasts for bombing other countries.”[Assimilating to the GOP, September 22, 2008 ]

Many leading voices on the antiwar right, such as Justin Raimondo and American Conservative publisher Ron Unz, never agreed with restrictionist arguments on immigration. Others, like McConnell and Lew Rockwell, began to find those arguments irrelevant in the context of the GOP’s bellicose foreign policy.

Politically, this split came to a head during the 2006 midterm elections: Should the paleo movement support the congressional Republicans who stopped amnesty for illegal immigrants? Or should it jettison them because of their near-unanimous support the war?

As it turned out, the tactical question didn’t matter very much. Amnesty proved too unpopular to pass even under a Democratic Congress. And congressional Democrats were too wimpish to do much of anything about the war, dabbling in nonbinding resolutions and standing by meekly as George W. Bush commenced the surge.

But the political question will come up again. Do paleos support a peace candidate like Gary Johnson who favors open borders? Or do they back someone like Tom Tancredo, who is a stalwart on immigration but speaks casually of bombing Mecca?

In the long term, this split is bad for the Alternative Right. Mass immigration will frustrate the Paulites’ efforts to shrink government by expanding the welfare state’s beneficiaries and swelling the ranks of big-government voters. Unguarded borders at home will encourage reckless searches abroad for monsters to destroy. And romantic attitudinizing about the glories of immigration will limit the liberty movement’s electoral appeal to the young men who have always been the best potential audience for libertarians.

The consequences will be equally bad for immigration patriots. For one thing, it will tie them to a GOP Establishment that still has much to learn about immigration beyond the clichés that “amnesty is bad” and “illegal immigration is illegal.” Republicans are better at voting down bad ideas than enacting good ones.

Worse, as McConnell warns, “By becoming part and parcel of the Republican Right, the immigration-reform movement risks becoming absorbed by the Right’s jingoism, turning into another means of expressing American superiority over foreigners, people to be kept out at home and bombed abroad.”

The immigration patriots who don’t become Republican regulars will find themselves tempted into what I believe is the moral and political dead end of white nationalism.

The original paleo blend of anti-statism, particularism, and belief in a transcendent moral order avoided dangerous extremes. It abjured both authoritarianism and libertinism, universalist flim-flam and bigotry.

The growth of the Ron Paul movement is an exciting new opportunity. But on some things, the paleos were right from the beginning.

W. James Antle III (email him) is associate editor of The American Spectator and a contributing editor of The American Conservative and Young American Revolution.

The Abyss -The Lone Haranguer

The Abyss

When you start adding up the insanity of our leaders in every aspect of American life, you seriously wonder why America hasn’t risen up and arrested every last one of these criminals. The crimes those bastards are guilty of literally defy description. It boggles the mind to try and fathom the depth and range of the evil and betrayal now being perpetrated upon us. Name the problem and there’s a Jew or his liberal bootlick behind it.

This is in every case, not just a few or even the majority, but every case. This country is teetering on the edge of the abyss, and I’ve been working hard to warn people of what’s coming.. I feel like I’m whispering in a hurricane. 99.9% of people don’t have the faintest clue just how bad it’s going to get, or how fast it’s going to get that way.

I was talking recently with a survivor of the Katrina disaster. He’s an old white Cajun who’s lived in Louisiana most of his life. He sipped on a shot of whiskey and told me in no uncertain terms that the liberal media buried the real story as deeply as possible, so as to keep up appearances with their pet apes. This guy steamed as he related to me the events following that hurricane, and my eyes bugged out of my head in shock and rage at the things he told me.

He said that within twelve hours of the hurricane stores, shops, and even private homes were being looted and stripped of anything edible or valuable, whether there were people living in them or not. Large gangs of blacks and mestizos went on looting sprees, stealing, raping, shooting, and burning buildings just for the sheer meanness of it. He said he went to the local Piggly Wiggly (a supermarket chain store there), and found the shelves stripped to the bone. Nothing. Just bare shelves. He said that after 24 hours there wasn’t a bottle of water or a loaf of bread, or a can of food to be had anywhere, and people were in running gun battles with pack niggers all over town.

He told me that a lot of whites had been shot, maimed and murdered, but that the press kept a tight lid on all of it. By the time he got done relating all this to me, we were both shaking with rage. How could this happen in America? How did we ever let it get to the point where the muds are now holding us hostage in our own country, under pain of prison or death? Shoot one and YOU go to jail, I don’t care if he just raped your daughter. Call one a nigger and do more prison time than a murderer! What the hell’s wrong with this picture?

With every day that passes we hear of more and more new and ever more ridiculous bills and laws being put into effect without our knowledge or consent. The criminals in DC are deliberately trying to bankrupt this nation so as to declare martial law and hence a police state. Oh, they know the muds will riot. They’re counting on it. That’s why they imported them in here in the first place.

And all those “guilt laws” as I call them, were instituted to keep us under control while they did it. There comes a time folks, when laws no longer mean anything, where to obey them is the WRONG thing to do. It has now become morally and ethically wrong to obey this government, or any of the laws it enforces. Do you understand this? It is wrong to obey this government any longer! You are enabling our enemies and violating the laws of man and racial survival. Whenever a government becomes the source of your troubles, it’s time to replace it at any cost. That time is here…

Our Founding Fathers ordered us to take back this government if it ever got to this stage. If we continue to allow things to continue on their current course, we are violating our constitution! Do you understand this? From this point on, their goons and agents will be arresting dissenters and harassing our families. None of us is safe any longer, and it’s only going to get worse until we act.Do not cooperate with their “legitimate” representatives. They no longer represent the People, and We The People ARE the government! Got that? There’s nothing legitimate about them! This is an illegal, outlaw government that no longer represents the People. It is a regime, nothing more…

These criminals are pushing us toward the abyss and we’re only a couple of short steps from falling into it forever. Do you want to die on your knees to an enemy that laughs at you? Or do you want to stand like a man and fight these freaks? Let’s make them pay for what they’ve done to our beloved land and race! When the hammer falls, be ready to act. Get ready for revolution.

Obama and his cronies are about to spring the trap and when they do, riots will break out everywhere. Food and gas will be in very short supply. Violence and want will reign. Either way we’re in for a rough ride. The only question left is whether or not you’re going to face it as an obedient little slaughterhouse lamb or a pissed off wolf. Your choice. He’s going to call out the National Guard, US soldiers and yes, UN troops which are already living here at several military bases in preparation for the collapse. This whole thing has been engineered and orchestrated from the start by the Jews and their progressive bootlicks. When they attack we must move to arrest every last criminal we can find.

We must prosecute and sentence these monsters according to their crimes. Treason is still a death offense in this country. All criminal leaders are ruthless, and will proclaim all those that resist their evil to be criminals and terrorists themselves. This tactic is as old as prostitution. We must always keep in mind who the real criminals are here, and the fact that we have a sacred duty to defend our land from people like these. In the end it will be them who are led away in chains to stand before the People and answer for their crimes…

When the federal agents and law enforcement come to your door to arrest you for being a “terrorist”, remember that they are the illegal ones! They are the criminals, attempting to enforce illegal orders and laws issued by an illegal, criminal regime that we the People did not authorize or empower to rule us. You have the God given right to resist your arrest by any and all means necessary. Anyone that attempts to deprive you of life, freedom, or property without just cause is a criminal. Any agent of any department of this so-called government that attempts to arrest you is himself a criminal. Neverforget that, and never, ever let them psyche you into submission. Because the moment you surrender your freedom to these people, you can kiss the life you knew goodbye. They will either imprison you or kill you..or both. You are now in their power, and they can do with you as they see fit.

And considering this is an atheistic, immoral, communist regime, expecting fair treatment is a hope for fools and morons. White America is now living in an occupied territory, The progressives have passed so many laws and regulations over the past few decades, that they have succeeded in robbing us of almost every freedom and right we had. We can’t go to the store or make a phone call without fearing we are breaking some vague new law. This has to stop. The abyss is yawning before us, and we all must now make the decision to either surrender and jump, or fight like hell. The choice is yours..but don’t take too long to decide, or they’ll decide for you.

-The Lone Haranguer