March 23, 2018

2018 03 02 Delegate Nick Freitas Speech on Floor of House of Delegates

I don’t buy into man made government anymore, nor their damnable rights turned upside down into privileges that continues to be a political debate about removing those privileges based upon shooting drills allegedly going live.. Yet this guy calls the left out and nails em to their own BS…The leftists cannot face themselves in the mirror.. As far as I’m concerned the discussion is over.. They cannot be trusted with anything..


America At War With Itself: The Sandstorm

America At War With Itself: The Sandstorm
By Henry Giroux

“And the shadow of fear again has darkly lengthened across the world.”~President Dwight David Eisenhower

“In white America’s collective psyche, and in its traditional narratives of historical memory, authoritarianism is always viewed as existing elsewhere. Seen as an alien and demagogic political system, it is primarily understood as a mode of governance associated with the dictatorships in Latin America in the 1970s and, of course, in its most vile extremes, with Adolf Hitler’s Nazi Germany and Benito Mussolini’s fascist Italy in the 1930s and 1940s. Both societies glorified war, soldiers, nationalism, militarism, fallen warriors, racial cleansing, and a dogmatic allegiance to the homeland. These were states in which society became armed, security became the raison d’être of both the citizen and state, and fear became a pretext for giving up one’s liberty. Education and the media were the indoctrination tools of authoritarianism, merging fascist and religious symbols with the language of God, family, and country. These cultural systems were used as weapons to achieve servility and conformity among the populace, something many are seeing re-emerge in our current political moment.

In its earlier forms, the language of authoritarianism relied upon the discourse of command and courted mass hysteria, one that produced totalizing world views, punished dissent, disseminated hate-filled propaganda steeped in the vocabulary of ultra-nationalism and racial purity, and emptied language of any substance, reducing it to a ritualized performance. This script is well known to the American public; it has been fully commercialized and marketed in the form of countless products: from films, television series, video games, and works of fiction, to museums and other cultural apparatuses. As a result, the public has been conditioned to perceive totalitarian modes of governance as dead relics from a bygone era rather than as part of a historical narrative with living legacies at play in the present.

Hannah Arendt and Sheldon Wolin, the great theorists of totalitarianism, believed that the fluctuating elements of fascism are still with us and that they would crystalize in different forms. Far from being a thing of the past, they both believed, totalitarianism “heralds . . . a possible model for the future.” Wolin, in particular, was keenly aware that the corporatization of the state and civil society, the destruction of public goods and commons, the commercial control of the media, and the rise of an economic survival-of-the-fittest ethos posed a serious threat to American democracy. According to Arendt, the culture of traditionalism, the dismantling of civil and political rights, the ongoing militarization of society, the “religionization of politics,”6 the attack on labor, the obsession with national security, the perpetration of human rights abuses, the emergence of a police state, entrenched racism, and the attempts by demagogues to undermine education as a foundation for producing critical citizenry were all at work in American society. For Arendt, these anti-democratic elements in U.S. society constituted what she called the “sand storm”–a metaphor for totalitarianism.
Historical conjunctures produce different forms of authoritarianism, though they all share an intolerance for democracy, dissent, diversity, and human rights. It is too easy to believe in a simplistic binary logic that strictly categorizes a country as either authoritarian or democratic and leaves no room for entertaining the possibility of a competing mixture of both forces. American politics today suggests different forms of authoritarianism. The possibility of white America becoming a fascist nation has a long legacy in American fiction that includes Sinclair Lewis’s It Can’t Happen Here and Philip Roth’s The Plot Against America. For Native Americans who were exterminated, descendants of Africans who were dehumanized, trafficked, and enslaved by whites, Japanese Americans subjected to concentration camps, and people of color who have been degraded by violence, coercion, and various forms of apartheid for generations, questions of freedom and fascism are quite different from those historically faced by whites, who never feared racist cops, lynch mobs, or burning crosses.

Nevertheless, following World War II, the shadow of fascism was never far from U.S. shores. It is worth remembering Huey Long’s response to the question of whether America could ever become fascist: “Yes, but we will call it anti-fascist.” Long’s reply indicates that fascism is not an ideological apparatus frozen in a particular historical period, but, as Arendt and Wolin have suggested, a complex and often shifting theoretical and political register for understanding how democracy can be subverted, if not destroyed, from within.

The notion of soft fascism was articulated in 1985 in Bertram Gross’s book Friendly Fascism, in which he argued that if fascism came to the United States it would not embody the same characteristics associated with fascist forms of the past. There would be no Nuremberg rallies, overt doctrines of racial superiority, government-sanctioned book burnings, death camps, genocidal purges, or abrogation of the U.S. Constitution. In short, fascism would not resemble the way it has been packaged, marketed, and sold to us as commercial entertainment, nor would it take the form of a previous ideological grid simply downloaded into our political moment. Gross believed that fascism was an ongoing danger and had the ability to become relevant under new conditions, taking on familiar forms of thought that resonate with nativist traditions, experiences, and political relations. Similarly, in his Anatomy of Fascism, Robert O. Paxton argued that the texture of North American fascism would not mimic traditional European forms but would be rooted in the language, symbols, and culture of everyday life in America. According to Paxton:

No swastikas in an American fascism, but Stars and Stripes (or Stars and Bars) and Christian crosses. No fascist salute, but mass recitations of the Pledge of Allegiance. These symbols contain no whiff of fascism in themselves, of course, but an American fascism would transform them into obligatory litmus tests for detecting the internal enemy.
It is worth noting that Umberto Eco’s discussion of “eternal fascism” also argues that any updated version of fascism would not openly assume the mantle of historical fascism; rather, new forms of authoritarianism would appropriate some of its elements, making it virtually unrecognizable from preceding forms. Eco contended that fascism will, if it manifests in America, have a different guise, although it will be no less destructive to democracy. Instead of an all-powerful supreme leader, the government is now controlled by the anonymous and largely remote hands of corporate power and finance capital. More recently, in the face of what Paxton has called an “alarming willingness” on the part of some Republican Party candidates to “use fascist themes and styles,” he has updated his own view of fascism as “a mass nationalist movement intended to restore a country that’s been damaged or is in decline, by expansion, by violent attacks on enemies, internal as well as external enemies, and measures of authority, the replacement of democracy by an authoritarian dictatorship.”12 Rather than cancel each other out, all of these theorists offer up elements that bear traces of old and new forms of authoritarianism. However, the 2016 candidacy of Donald Trump–embraced by white supremacist groups as their “Glorious Leader”–illustrates how the two forms of authoritarianism may now be advanced in one political package.”


Tribulation Now – The Great Contest and Bigger Picture


Parkland School Shooting: Everybody Failed

Is it success to fail? Is it a failure to succeed? My government failed, and I’m a winner? My government failed, therefore, I have failed? Regardless of your perspective, it appears that both sides in a ridiculous and phony debate about a mass shooting at a Florida high school are saying that there was “failure” everywhere, committed by numerous people and groups of people. There’s lots of blame to dish out.

To some, the NRA failed society because they are to blame for the presence of guns in our society. To others, the government “system” sworn to be our protectors, failed at all levels. The school system failed. Law enforcement failed. The Media failed. Oh, hell, I’ll say it because it has already been said before – stopping global warming failed.

If we are going to dole out failure certificates – because in today’s society everyone gets one – make sure everyone gets one.

Where did the failure begin? I suppose a sensible argument could be made that the first failure of man was when Eve ate the forbidden fruit. But, let’s move the calendar up about 6,000 years – time and place, the United States of America around about 1787. For those unable to make the leap, this was the year of the signing of the U.S. Constitution. The Bill of Rights was signed in 1789 to become effective in 1791.

The Bill of Rights was actually the first 10 amendments to the Constitution. There have been 17 more. Article V of the Constitution tells us how to offer amendments:

The Congress, whenever two thirds of both houses shall deem it necessary, shall propose amendments to this Constitution, or, on the application of the legislatures of two thirds of the several states, shall call a convention for proposing amendments, which, in either case, shall be valid to all intents and purposes, as part of this Constitution, when ratified by the legislatures of three fourths of the several states, or by conventions in three fourths thereof, as the one or the other mode of ratification may be proposed by the Congress; provided that no amendment which may be made prior to the year one thousand eight hundred and eight shall in any manner affect the first and fourth clauses in the ninth section of the first article; and that no state, without its consent, shall be deprived of its equal suffrage in the Senate.

Our governmental failures began with the signing of the U.S. Constitution. Short of an all-out debate about the Constitution, try to understand the realities of what the government does in its regard. For some, this may be a difficult concept, but the governmental failure is due to it being a rigged system, designed as such. A government unchecked with the ability to write its own ticket is tyranny at work.

When it comes to the Second Amendment, so many of us take the amendment as it is written and demand that it be followed to the letter of each text. We do this with all our “rights” without considering the rest of the Constitution. A rigged system will not allow the original intent and wording of any amendment…unless of course, it is the interest of the Government over that of the people. In addition, this tyrannical government hasn’t reached the point yet where they are brazen enough to just totally disregard the Second Amendment (and all other amendments) and essentially declare a suspension of the Constitution for reasons of “rebellion and public safety.” (U.S. Constitution Article I, Section 9, Clause 2 – this is one rigging.)

Article I, Section 8, in part reads:

To make all Laws which shall be necessary and proper for carrying into Execution the foregoing Powers, and all other Powers vested by this Constitution in the Government of the United States, or in any Department or Officer thereof.

This is another part of the rigged system. Over time the Congress of the United States has assumed all power over regulation and the enforcement of such regulations whether or not you or I think their actions violate the Constitution. There’s always the catch-all phrase or phrases, like the Commerce Clause.

If we refer back to the Second Amendment, have the people or the Legislature (the People) legally amendment the text of the Second Amendment according to Article V of the Constitution? I’ve not seen that happen. However, have they succeeded (or failed depending upon one’s perspective) in amending the wording and meaning of the Second Amendment – and other amendments? You bet they have and there is no stopping the tyrannical power grab because our own failures have allowed it to happen. Manufactured laws and established precedent effectively change the original Bill of Rights.

“Reasonable” restrictions on any amendment of our Bill of Rights is illegal in the sense that it effectively changes the wording and meaning/interpretation of that law. But, that doesn’t matter, does it? Has Congress overstepped its authority to “make all laws that shall be necessary and proper” and such believe themselves to hold the power to disregard the part of the Constitution that lays out the steps needed to amend an amendment? Evidently we, the little people, don’t seem to think so.

For those who despise the Second Amendment, I got news for you. This same tactic takes place when “necessary and proper” for the destruction of all of our rights. As has often been stated, whenever the Government has full control over our rights they are no longer rights but privileges. Privileges can be given and privileges can be just as easily taken away. Perhaps it is time to rename the Bill of Rights to the Bill of Privileges.

Our own failures have provided the path for an easily rigged system in which the Government can do anything and everything they want regardless of what you want to believe. Our failures have allowed the growth of this Government so large that it is impossible for it to function at any level. It can only succeed at failure.

Failure is everywhere and it’s not just the Government and it’s not just society. James Madison, contributing author of the U.S. Constitution and often titled the Father of the Bill of Rights, once said: “To suppose that any form of government will secure liberty or happiness without any virtue in the people, is a chimerical idea.” What he was saying here is that it is but a pipe dream to think that any government can deliver liberty and happiness without first securing the morality of the people. That securing of morality has long since vanished I’m afraid.

Because our society is void of honest morality, to think that we can work with and within a corrupt and rigged institution to lock up our safety, freedoms, and happiness is but a chimerical idea. In fact, it is the culmination of many generations of failures.

Parkland, Florida is just the latest in a long list of failures. We debate the nonsensical portions of our societal failures, blaming everyone but ourselves. The overwhelming presence of insanity clearly suggests something must change.





Leftists Are The Worst Trespassers In My Experiences

For years while I was growing up back home on my fathers property near the west side of the  Sawtooth Wilderness his left wing neighbors went all over his land whenever they wanted, took wood and whatever else they felt entitled to take.. Including stealing every last fish out of the families two acre pond.. Then when one neighbor stored his concrete forms on dad’s meadow, dad never paid it much mind.. Until the rascal was caught filing legal papers claiming he owned the land because his junk sat there for almost enough time to pull that legal scam off.. Costing the old man $50,000 to get the neighbor shutdown.. Yep, they’re died in the wool leftists..

Then for years at our property in the southern Wood River Valley, an anti hunting, anti guns, pro wolf, left wing neighbor was always snooping in our yard.. I knew this because of the wildlife cameras.. I never said anything because I wanted to see how far this fool was willing to go when she thought I wasn’t looking.. Until one day I’d had enough of it and told her to knock it off.

Caught in the act she claimed she was just getting a drink out of the hose bib, whereupon she attempted to draw me into a gun ownership debate, I told her I don’t care what she believes in about guns please leave..Uh no I did not make any threats… She’s never been back.. The thing is, she and her husband are very vocally adamant that people stay off of their property.. As can be seen in the article linked, the leftists hate property rights, unless its their property rights..

I suggest folks go stand around in the good professors yard and wait for the police to come, because he’ll call them.. These people are trouble makers.. They want to trespass and take pictures of whatever they think is wrong going on on right wingers property, and either sue em or get em busted by the state.. Hell these people are so protective of their property they won’t allow certain people to comment on their web sites because they only hear their own beliefs jingling around in their heads and don’t want to hear how wrong they are..

Yep, I say head on over to Uncle Maughan’s yard and set up your picnic and go to enjoying yourself.. Take a crap in his flower bed, observe the steam coming out of his ears.. Tell the old fart all you wanted to do was take a picture of his red face…Whats the big deal? By the way, I’d love to hear the property owners side of his little story where he always makes out that everyone that opposes his wants or actions are stupid hicks that say stupid stuff.. Sure uncle Maughan, sure….take a video camera along.. I bet ya ten dollars he gets violent and pushy..


Leftists want to control the narrative without opposition or questions. They’re superior intellectual legends in their own minds…I’ve made the discovery that while leftists talk a lot, act superior to others in every way, they’re really not that bright.. People that want to be other peoples conscience are usually mentally deranged if you ask me.. The live and let us live folks are normal.. The always into other folks business folks are all crazy..


Watch out for bill to change Idaho’s trespassing law

“Because this is the tradition of the West, the West is liberal. Most historians see liberalism as a political outlook and practice founded in the nineteenth century. But nineteenth-century liberalism was simply a temporary organizational manifestation of what has always been the underlying Western outlook. That organizational manifestation is now largely dead, killed as much by twentieth-century liberals as by conservatives or reactionaries…The liberal of about 1880 was anticlerical, antimilitarist, and antistate because these were, to his immediate experience, authoritarian forces that sought to prevent the operation of the Western way. …But by 1900 or so, these dislikes and likes became ends in themselves. The liberal was prepared to force people to associate with those they could not bear, in the name of freedom of assembly, or he was, in the name of freedom of speech, prepared to force people to listen. His anticlericalism became an effort to prevent people from getting religion, and his antimilitarism took the form of opposing funds for legitimate defense. Most amazing, his earlier opposition to the use of private economic power to restrict individual freedoms took the form of an effort to increase the authority of the state against private economic power and wealth in themselves. Thus the liberal of 1880 and the liberal of 1940 had reversed themselves on the role and power of the state…” Tragedy and Hope: A History of the World in our Time”, Carroll Quigley, Page 1231

Communitarianism views individuals as more or less interchangeable cells who find meaning in their contribution to the social whole rather than as free agents. Participation with whatever the social whole deems beneficial to the social whole.. Such as killing unborn babies.. Vaccines. Removal of anyone that refuses to be a participant of their social idiocy… See the left versus right… Both have killed whoever they want ever since they began their so called enlightenment here in establishing this Union of collectivist idiocy…

Thats right, the rightist persuasion is off kilter as well… Both of those lefty righty nut cases have been trampling all over the individuals freewill for centuries..

I have several maps, always know where I’m at, I never trespass, not for any reason ever, no excuses.. It’s called being responsible.. Knowing where you’re at is your responsibility not the land owners nor the states..

Heck, if ya argue back in support of your own intellectual intelligence, such as take your leftist conscience and keep it because I have my own conscience, they’re insulted, how dare you talk back to my superior conscience….These leftist idiots even want to trespass in your head…

Make sure ya slap uncle Maughan’s wife on her butt cheek while you’re camping in his yard.. After all it’s all public property ya know..


How the COTUS Bill Of Privileges Can Be used to Screw YOU

Article 5 of US Constitution allows for all amendments to be … amended.

“The Congress, whenever two thirds of both houses shall deem it necessary, shall propose amendments to this Constitution, or, on the application of the legislatures of two thirds of the several states, shall call a convention for proposing amendments, which, in either case, shall be valid to all intents and purposes, as part of this Constitution, when ratified by the legislatures of three fourths of the several states, or by conventions in three fourths thereof, as the one or the other mode of ratification may be proposed by the Congress; provided that no amendment which may be made prior to the year one thousand eight hundred and eight shall in any manner affect the first and fourth clauses in the ninth section of the first article; and that no state, without its consent, shall be deprived of its equal suffrage in the Senate.”

Working on it… Proves its a privilege.. If government can give you everything you want it can take everything you own, including privileges, even your life… Welcome to man made government…


Reasonable Means Giving Away

*Editor’s Note* – I have placed a teaser and a link to an article found published in the Outdoorwire discussing guns, violence, and the Second Amendment. The article as a whole is mostly a reasonable presentation of historic quotes from recognizable historical figures.

The author points out that all people are good and they all just want the violence to end. Perhaps that is sort of true but it is my contention that the majority of these people really don’t want the violence to end because they are part of the promulgation of violence in our society…but they don’t know it or are not willing to admit it. They are in love with the lifestyles they have chosen, which includes violence among other things.

The quotes given in this article are fine. Some can even be perceived as outstanding. But with all good quotes, there’s one reality that is most often overlooked. While Jefferson, Adams, Mason, and Franklin had great things to say in support of the Second Amendment or a person’s right to self-defense by owning a gun, I doubt that everyone living at that time agreed with their perspective on guns and gun ownership. As a result, from that point forward there has always been those wishing to mitigate the inalienable right into something more closely resembling a government granted privilege.

The cry goes out always for “something to be done” and/or that it only makes sense that there be placed “reasonable” restrictions on that right. The words of the Second Amendment have never been altered and in contradiction, over the years, the government has seen fit to do “what is necessary and proper” to take the inalienable right from the people. And this we have brainwashed to believe is needed in order to “do something” while placing reasonable limitations on an inalienable right which history has proven not to stop any of the intended actions of gun violence but instead has provided a landscape in which it is far easier to access “gun free zones” and kill at will.

The author of the piece linked to below does reveal that impossible-to-lose brainwashing, intimating the need for both sides to come together to find a way to end the violence. If this author and the many hundreds I have read before and will read after, actually believe the talking points used to construct their words, then why should we then seek to be “reasonable” and give away that which we KNOW will only make things worse? This makes no sense! This is insanity!

While the author makes an attempt to address the real issue of why any person is of the mindset to pick up any weapon and kill anyone, I question whether they actually believe any of what they have written.

The author writes: “We demonize the opposition with no attempt to understand each other’s perspective and motivation.  Is it any wonder we are no closer to figuring out a solution?”

The so-called demonization of the “opposition” is a programmed event. The Global Power Structure has ensured that there will always be “opposition” to every facet of our lives, regardless of our actual convictions.

The problem with attempting to “understand each other’s perspective and motivation” is twofold. First, the other’s perspective isn’t their own. It has been crammed down their throats along with a blind acceptance of it. In trying to understand where the “other side” is coming from, it is impossible because those truly in control make sure that the real issue is never addressed and the battle rages on between the false dichotomies of two parties or two political convictions – worthless existences. It’s far easier to go to war and fight for fake political reasons than to address the terrible, progressive lifestyles that have brought us to a point of killing for no reason…among other worthless values.

Second, the author brings up motivation. How are we expected to understand another’s motivation when we fail to recognize the perspective for which one has chosen to take up the battle sword and fight?

All that is ever discussed is that guns kill and one side wants to ban the guns and the other side wants to preserve the right to own a gun. With no honest discussions ever taking the stand of any real issues, then all that is left is to argue for naught.

When the author laments of not finding a solution, I cannot help but remind readers of that tried and true Hegelian Dialectic. The Hegelian Dialectic creates a crisis, embellishes that crisis and then rushes in with THEIR solution. Refusing to understand the forces at work guarantees the “solution” will always be that of the Global Power Structure.

It is a mental deficiency to believe that banning a gun will stop the killing as much as believing giving everyone a gun will. Killing is a symptom of life’s wrong track. A gun is a machine. Our world is satiated with machines and chemicals capable of mass destruction. How we choose to use those machines is nothing more than the shadow being cast from the society in which we live. That is the issue that needs addressing, not the gun.

As hard as men might try, they will never end the violence until the ship is righted and the focus of life is the Creator and not the creations.

I will leave readers, once again, with the following bit of Scripture: “For we wrestle not against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, and against the worldly governors, the princes of the darkness of this world, against spiritual wickedness, which are in the high places.” Ephesians 6:12

The majority of people on the anti-gun side are not unreasonable.  They do not want to take our guns for fun or spite. They are good people who only want the violence to stop.  To their way of thinking, removing guns from society is the simplest way to achieve that end.  But neither the problems we face nor their solutions are simple.  Today’s public debate barely mentions the causation for a generation of mass murderers.  In addition to a mental health screening system that is clearly failing, discipline, family values, and personal responsibility are lacking in many households today.  The desensitization to human suffering and death promulgated by Hollywood and the video game industry are also issues we must address as a society in order to slow and eventually put an end to this epidemic of violence.  But that discussion is not likely to happen.  Not when liberal leaders pushing for more governmental control know it is much more effective to juxtapose dead children with an AR 15 and spent cases. <<<Read More>>>


Death Is The Only Way Out Of This Containment Facility Called Earth

Obviously some folks have been trying to get out of this place into someplace else outside of this place.. Perhaps someone that is here, was once on the other side and was forcefully removed from there to here for starting a rebellion..



How The Masses Are Controlled and Why Most Of Them Can’t See It

“The Pen is mightier than the sword.”~Alfred E Newman

The Ministry of Truth is mightier than the sword!!

Keep in mind that the greatest weapon the state has is not armored cars, flashbang grenades, automatic weapons, and storm trooper body armor.

No, it is the power of the Public Relations Regime to hypnotize and sedate the citizens mind.

Right/Left Hegelian Schools historically prove that the L/R dynamic is a synthetic design. Capital funded “Communism”, Capital funded “Fascism-Nazism”.
Capital funds the Dialectic gyre continuing to turn. This is not “theory” this is the inescapable lesson taught by an in-depth forensic analysis of history. A liar is an extremist thus they are all liars.. And have been throughout the history of this corporation occupying this country, land, continent.. They have lied about History, science, mathematics, physics, philosophies, biology, anthropology, geology, archaeology, radioactive dating.. And yes cosmology.. They brain wash the children in those schools of theirs.. It’s political programming.. That is as extreme as it gets.. They’ve turned the children against you all… Now they’re lying through their teeth about peace and security…Where have I read that before…



CNN’s Conspiracy Of Psychology Theories


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Communist News Network Ministry Of Truth….