August 14, 2018

When Man-gODS Determine Risk Protection

Florida is one of the fascist states of America who passed a law that allows law enforcement and the courts to determine when someone might be a risk to themselves and others. As part of that law, central government’s police (police state) for no reason other than someone made a determination will enter your home or violate your person and confiscate your gun(s).

According to Guns America, Pinellas County in western Florida has assembled a 5-man confiscation team at the Sheriff’s Office.

What could possibly go wrong?

But they and nearly every American alive today have it ALL wrong. The Pinellas County Sheriff is quoted as saying, “It’s a constitutional right to bear arms and when you are asking the court to deprive somebody of that right we need to make sure we are making good decisions, right decisions and the circumstances warrant it.”

Not very reassuring…unless you are a fascist or a totalitarian in which case you are eager to give up all your freedoms in order to further empower the central government, which, by the way, doesn’t give one iota about your freedoms or rights.

This is insanity!

In case you have forgotten…and most have…the Second Amendment reads: “A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed.”

There is nothing in there about risk protection orders and other “reasonable” amendments to a God-given right to self-protection. This government and the people in it are so perverted in all sense of common sense and decency have it all backward. When it comes to murdering babies, the law is “settled.” When it comes to a right, unquestionably defined within the Constitution, the law is unsettled and ever-changing to meet the growing power grabbing of a fascist government (Fascism ALWAYS precedes communism.)

But don’t misunderstand. This Risk Protection Order doesn’t just target the Second Amendment. Florida already has attacked so-called free speech – something America abandoned several years ago and nobody has caught on yet.

So, if a sheriff and/or a judge somewhere doesn’t like what you said and thinks that statement is putting SOMEONE or SOMETHING “at risk” then all rights are abandon and any guns will be confiscated…by brute force evidently. Bring in the Confiscation Team and let’s kick some ass!

One attorney is so ignorant of a person’s right to self-protection that in her defense of a client labeled “at risk” because a judge didn’t like what they said, believes the law needs to rewritten so that it only targets gun owners. Who needs enemies when you have stupid lawyers?

There is no hope!

The Pinellas County Sheriff says “he understands the constitutional rights that are at stake here.” NO HE DOESN’T!! He understands nothing. All he understands is that as head of a law enforcement organization that exists within a police state, he is eager to have more and more power to knock the people down and tread on them.

These risk protection orders are nothing but smoke and mirrors because this perverted, immoral society does not want to address the reasons why sick people desire to go out and kill other people.

There is no hope!

And we can also thank the many faux Second Amendment groups who have pushed for this fascist rule. May they have the new laws shoved where the sun doesn’t shine.

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One Florida Employee Fails to Run Background Checks for Concealed Carry Permits

A story of incompetence, something that is all too frequent in this day and age, leaves a person feeling quite disgusted by as well as distrustful of all of government.

The story can be read here.

However, the author of the report presents a dishonest assessment of what actually took place hoping to make some kind of connection between this person’s incompetence and the shootings at a nightclub and a high school.

From this report, it appears that once it was discovered what the employee had failed to do – run FBI background checks on applicants for concealed carry permits (365) – background checks on those applicants were immediately run using three databases to accomplish. In addition, there was no connection whatsoever between this failure and those prominent public displays of violence but the author evidently felt the need to spice up his report with emotional clap-trap probably in order to sell copy.

An example of irresponsible, emotional journalism.

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Jerks in Florida Pass Ridiculous Anti-Second Amendment Bill in Knee-Jerk Fashion

Reinforcing the fact that people refuse to react unemotionally or learn anything from history, has reared up in Florida where legislators crucified the Second Amendment, my inalienable right to self-defense, gave out of control cops more power to confiscate guns from somebody they might not like, and placed power in the hands of government and government agencies to decide if someone is “mental.” What could possibly go wrong?

Perhaps such fascist idiocy on display in Florida is the result of the fascist idiocy on display in Washington where lying, anti-gun President Trump said he supported taking away people’s guns and worrying about Due Process later.

All of this brings rushing back to me H.L. Mencken’s quote: “No one ever went broke underestimating the intelligence of the American public.” Need I remind readers that our local, state, and federal governments are made up “the American public?”

A total of $700 million dollars in funding is included in this fascist move with $470 million going to mental health issues alone. Briefly, the new law, unless vetoed by the governor, includes possible arming of some in schools – restricted to a very limited number and of those who might be eligible; establish a 3-day waiting period for the purchase of any gun; outlaws “bump-stocks” (and I doubt seriously they even know what one is); and raise the minimum age to be able to buy a gun to 21.

And I have to ask, HOW IN HELL DOES ANY OF THIS STOP OR SLOW DOWN MASS SCHOOL SHOOTINGS?

For those interested in the 105-page fascist bill that just passed 67-50, you can find SB7026 at this link. 

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Perhaps Not All “Failures” in the Florida School Shooting Were What We Think

One thing is certain. Every time there is a mass shooting or a mass killing event, there are always more questions left unanswered than answered to most people’s satisfaction. It is no different with events in Parkland, Florida.

Let’s take a look at a USA Today article written by Glenn Reynolds called “Florida shooting yet another government failure to keep us safe.

Before we completely blame the government for failures, isn’t it time to point out, again, that there is a huge failure of the public to look to government to keep us safe? Enough said.

Have we turned on our self-appointed “heroes” in law enforcement? It seems that after 9-11 cops and first responders could do no wrong…with a few exceptions.

Glenn Reynolds rightfully, in my opinion, describes all the failures that took place before, during, and after the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School mass murder in Parkland, Florida. He writes: “From the FBI, to local law enforcement, to the schools, everyone failed. There was failure early, there was failure in the middle, and there was failure late. And no one has taken responsibility.”

It’s difficult to deny any of this. But let me raise some questions that might hold meaning to what is precisely going on that few know about and the majority refuses to consider.

Reynolds presents to readers, whether intended or not, a common theme. “We have more government, at all levels, than we’ve ever had before. Yet failures like this keep happening. The FBI, after all, missed the Tsarnaevs (who committed the Boston Marathon bombing) despite being warned by the Russian government. It missed the 9/11 attacks even though it was investigating Zacarias Moussaoui — agents investigating Moussaoui hit so many roadblocks that they joked that Osama bin Laden must have had a mole in the Bureau HQ. And, of course, the San Bernardino shooters and Pulse nightclub shooter Omar Mateen escaped the net as well.

Is the FBI really this incompetent? I thought they were everyone’s “heroes” looking out for you.

As Reynolds points out in his writing, “…Then, when Cruz finally began shooting up the school, the failures became even more outrageous. A Broward County sheriff’s deputy — weirdly, the same Deputy Scot Peterson who apparently ignored the Instagram threat and also refused to cooperate with investigators — was on the scene, but cowered in the parking lot instead of taking action.”

He also adds something from CNN: “Then CNN reported that not only did Peterson stay out of the building, three other deputies hid behind cars instead of intervening.”

Again I ask, I thought these guys were all “heroes” to you?

But, seriously. I have never thought it was ever a good idea that we, in honest attempts to prevent living in a police state, should idolize those in uniform with guns and authority that can make our lives miserable in the wink of an eye. With this thought, I must say I would be one of the last to defend law enforcement.

Having said so, are we to believe that 4 police officers were afraid to enter the building and that 3 of them “hid behind cars?” I don’t buy that story. Cops may be many things to many people but generally speaking, they are not chicken to walk into a battle scene. With probably the rare exception, cops become cops for the very nature of what they do. They love a position of authority over others and relish the opportunity to live up to their billing of “hero.”

If I’m correct, then why didn’t they enter the building and/or try to do something to stop the further bloodshed?

As more stories surface, for whatever value they have, we hear the same things we have heard in the mass killings noted above: Officers waited outside; ordered to stand down; eye-witnesses claiming there was more than one gunman; one student claimed to walk out of the school with alleged murderer Nicholas Cruz, etc.

Perhaps all those stories are a bunch of bull pucky…or they are all true – perhaps some are true. We will never know.

So at least can we ask the obvious (to me) questions?

Question One – Is our FBI so inept that they have nothing more to show for our billions in tax dollars than failure after failure? It seems they can report they found a fly that came to America from Russia on the ass end of a horse, programmed to “fix” our elections, but they can’t properly investigate all the events that led up to the mass murders named above?

I don’t buy that horse manure either.

So, a combination of supposed chicken cops in Parkland, Florida and an FBI so incompetent it probably fails to keep toilet paper on hand in their offices, we are being told is a simple failure. Hmmm, I wonder.

Question Two – Who knew what, when, and from whom did they know it? Did the FBI, as with all the other mass killing events, know beforehand and/or were a part of those events? Were the “chicken” cops only doing what they were told to do because someone higher up was also under orders?

Question Three – If this was a conspiracy of some sort, what might a reason be? The simple answer would be guns. I have contended for many years that the only and last roadblock to total tyranny and a dictatorial rule is guns. I’ve also said they still aren’t in a position to simply take our guns from us. Instead, they must find other ways, little by little.

Remember? It was on September 11, 2012, when “terrorists” attacked the U.S. Diplomat Embassy in Benghazi, Libya, killing the ambassador and others. What was the first thing out of the mouths of our corrupt government terrorists? Remember? It was a video said to be mocking Islam and that “provoked” an attack. I thought we learned a lesson from that but evidently not.

What was the first thing out of the mouths of many after the Parkland, Florida shooting? Damned the NRA! All attention was deflected onto the NRA, that iconic false strongarm of the Second Amendment. The NRA provoked an innocent attack on students. Nothing else is to blame. It was a choreographed deflection as was the video used in the Benghazi attack.

Question Four – How many more of these events will it take before you will either become a complete slave with no rights left to you, or you will demand answers to uncomfortable questions?

If nothing more than choosing to take the easy way out and accept the all-around failures of governments theory, then people might want to consider who it is that they choose to make their idols and heroes.

Stupid is as stupid does.

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Florida Shooting: Let’s Blame That European Socialist Wave and Compare It to The Simpsons

In case you hadn’t figured it out yet, I’m not a very big fan of the NRA. I’m not a very big fan of any of these so-called gun rights advocates because I don’t see them as such. Some choose to believe that if it hadn’t been for the NRA, there would be no more Second Amendment. I might choose to believe that if it hadn’t been for the NRA (and others) we would still have a real Second Amendment. Do you want servitude or do you want to be free from the chains of the fascists? You decide.

It was perhaps 15 years ago when I received a phone call from the NRA. This was a time in my life when I used to be a member of the NRA. During this same moment in time, I had been thinking whether or not I wanted to support the NRA any longer for various reasons – the biggest being that I was beginning to see them as slowly eroding my right to self-protection while getting rich.

Back to the phone call. The guy on the other end, probably a nobody doing his job of recruiting and retaining membership, began to beg me to send him some money and renew my membership. In exchange, the NRA would give me a prescription to their magazine, member card, a blanket with an NRA logo on it, stickers, and a “free” duffle bag, also with an NRA logo on it. I quickly did some math and realized the items I was going to receive exceeded in cost the money they would get for my membership renewal.

I brought this to the attention of the solicitor and his retort was very revealing. He told me he didn’t care about my membership dues – “The NRA had enough “big” donors that it didn’t need my dues money.” All he was interested in was my paid membership so that the NRA could add me as a number to their rolls to use for political leverage.

And thus, my friends is the backbone of the politically-based (biased) NRA.

Wayne LaPierre and Dana Loesch, both from the NRA, spoke in an unscheduled event before the Conservative Political Action Committee (CPAC) convention in Maryland, attempting to show outrage that anyone would attack the NRA for the school shooting in Florida.

It’s so commonplace these days, groups with names like CPAC, nobody bothers to understand what the name means. But, I cannot get mired in this debate.

What wasn’t said by these two, as well as others at the convention, may be more important as what was said. LaPierre distracted everyone with his comments about how the European Socialist Movement was taking over this country. Wake up Mr. NRA. That socialistic movement has been on display in this country for a long time and guess what? You are part of it! Fascism is always the vehicle that gets you to communism/socialism. All aboard!

He blamed the Democrats for not doing something about promoting the growing destruction of the Second Amendment. Did you catch that written this way? He was quoted as saying, “…to work to reduce gun violence” and “…not working with conservatives and activists enough to address mental health as a concern and to put such checks into the database system to prevent dangerous people from getting access to guns.”

I wonder if there exist any who understand this pushing by the NRA is nothing more than another way to strip us of our rights. Nothing the NRA, Trump, or any of the other fascists are proposing will do anything to change what took place or from happening again. If they believed as they say, why are they part of the problem and not the solution?

Dana Loesch blamed the “legacy media” because the “legacy media” blames the NRA. Open my eyes that I might see, glimpses of Truth…….

And, of course, both sides (?) blamed the failure of law enforcement. Really?

Showing the world that he is a part of the Global Power Structure, LaPierre reminded everyone at CPAC to: “…be anxious, and you should be frightened,” saying that if they (the European Socialists) take power our freedoms will be lost and America will be changed forever. WE’RE ALL GONNA DIE! DAMNED THAT LEGACY MEDIA!!!

Be Vewy, Vewy Scared!

Damn the “European Socialists!” What about our own government, our own law enforcement, our own school departments, out churches, our own decadent, immoral society? Nobody dares utter a word about the real failures of this nation. Instead, they, including the NRA, will throw up distractions so we don’t have to address the issue.

Also speaking at this convention, was Texas Sen. Ted Cruz, a self-proclaimed “man of God.” Blinded by his own misled lifestyle, one that has caused the destruction of a decent and moral society, attempted to make a correlation between The Simpsons, a cartoon television show, and the Republicans and Democrats as they pertain to gun control.

His, and the rest of American society’s failure to see the filthy, immoral content of such a television show (and it’s his favorite you know), is just but one symptom of a larger failure of society to maintain any kind of moral compass. Because of this, children are mass murdering children in our schools.

Fearful to address the truth, drives us to distractions, blaming everything under the sun except ourselves and our own failures. We live in a gutless world with no longer a conscience, say nothing of Yahweh’s Spirit of Truth within us. We are all insane and our own insanity is driving us to become as…In the Days of Noah.

I’m tired of repeating this, but I am compelled.

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Parkland, Florida: There May Be Devil in the Detail

Because we live in a Post Normal world, a person is now guilty until proven innocent and proving such is next to impossible when you consider all high-profile cases are tried in the Media.

As part of the fallout of the shooting in Parkland, Florida, the Media and even the president of the United States, blamed the event on the FBI and law enforcement in general because they did nothing to prevent this tragedy long before it happened…or did they?

What if law enforcement knew all this stuff about this person everyone calls “Cruz?” What if they knew it all and was helpless to do anything about it? What if local laws and school policy prohibited law enforcement from doing anything in order to make crime rates look lower than they really were?

This article might shed some light on that.

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Ignopidity: Ignorance and Stupidity Both Without a Cure

It has always been said that ignorance can be corrected but stupidity can’t. I don’t know if that statement really holds any water but I have reached the conclusion that there is no cure for either one. What supports my claim is that there is an epidemic in this country called “ignopidity” – not only incurable but a symptom of the disease is the inability to recognize or understand that there is a difference between ignorance and stupidity. And, where we now live in a society in which ignorance is incurable, i.e. willful ignorance and the desire to remain that way regardless of such things as facts, what hope remains?

For those who might be curious, ignorance was once thought to be the lack of knowledge of a particular subject -stupidity as lacking mental capacity.

I read once that William Shakespeare was the master of “creative insults.” I know that often my writings can be disrespectful, offensive and rude, that is to those who know the difference, but I am no master at creatively insulting anyone. I remain rough around the edges and unfinished.

I’m getting way off the subject matter of this blog post.

Today I was sent a link to this article about the Florida panther. It was about how the Florida panther (the Florida panther is just a panther that happens to have a population in Florida) is being extirpated by people running over them with their automobiles. Of course, to the ignopid there are other circumstances that seriously affect the viability of the Florida panther, but it’s more fun to dump on the existence of man instead ignorant of the fact they are a man – somehow exempt.

I will not waste my time with those suffering from ignopidity to discuss whether or not the Florida panther is a subspecies of the panther or if it actually is in danger of being extirpated or of going extinct, which it is not. Unfortunately, often times those suffering from ignopidity display all the symptoms of chronic honeycomb brain infestation known commonly as liberalism (There is no known cure).

Liberalism and an overwhelming desire to better the lives of animals at the expense of man is a major manifestation of ignopidity. The linked-to article doesn’t come out and say that the only cure for protecting the Florida panther is to rid the state of human activity, but it is certainly implied.

Ignopidity caused the author to write: “I expect that without drastic steps the number of Florida panthers killed each year will continue to hit new records as the population declines on a curve toward oblivion.”

You should understand that this is Trump’s fault. The author admits that there are not enough protections in place for his liking for the Florida panther but somehow he says that because Trump is now president all hope is lost. Trump had nothing to do with the protection, or lack thereof, of the Florida panther. So why is it Trump’s fault? What isn’t it Obama’s problem, or Clinton’s? Hell, it might as well be George Washington or gOD himself.

Consider the statement made about the demise of the Florida panther. The author expects that without “drastic steps” – notice also the lack of any suggestion as to what those steps might be, other than killing a lot of people – the number of panthers killed each year will continue to set “new records” for the number of panthers killed each year…until when? Until they are all gone?

How is this even possible? There are a lot of variables to consider when seeking information on automobile collisions with Florida panthers. This author doesn’t consider any of them other than there are too many cars and people. Isn’t it feasible that the reason there might be a few more panthers killed by cars in Florida is that there are more panthers? That doesn’t fit the narrative evidently.

Regardless, it is an impossibility that more and more panthers will be killed until they are all gone. Think about it a minute.

A perfect display of ignopidity spiced up with a heavy dose of liberalism and animal perversion.

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Failing to “Look Big” Florida Man Mauled By Bear

It was a very unfortunate event. A Florida man, stepping outside his home to let his dog out, was attacked and mauled by a black bear. The resulting attack left him with 41 stitches on his face.

Those “experts” who have never seen a bear, let alone experienced an attack, tell everyone that when a bear attacks you need to “look big” and “make a lot of noise.” Evidently, this man didn’t have time to do any of that.

They will also tell you that a bear is more afraid of you than you are of it and that attacks are rare. Polar bear attacks are rare in Florida too, but if the state had them, thousands of them, attacks wouldn’t be so rare. Is that so difficult a concept to understand?

Evidently, it is.

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Florida: Bear Hunting Is Essential to Management….Er, Except When Politics Rule

During the deliberation portion of their June 2016 meeting that resulted in the postponement of a bear hunt that year, dissenting FWC Commissioners claimed their wish was to polish the scientific data supporting a hunt which was to be presented this year. They had no desire to “kick the can down the road” or “study the issue to death.”

What did they do at the meeting last Wednesday? They decided to revise the bear management plan to incorporate the new data and hunting as a management tool. This updated plan will be presented to the Commission in two years. To the best of my understanding, 2019 will be the earliest bear hunting is considered again.

Can kicked. Issue studied and dead. For now.<<<Read More>>>

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Endangered Species Act Petitions for Florida Black Bear and Mojave Desert Tortoise do not Warrant Further Action

Press Release from the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service:

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has completed reviews of petitions to list the Florida black bear and uplist the Mojave population of desert tortoise from threatened to endangered under the Endangered Species Act (ESA). The Service found that neither petition presented substantial information that the requested action may be warranted and so no further action will be taken.

Due to conservation efforts by the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission, private landowners, conservation groups and others, Florida black bear numbers have rebounded from approximately 300 individuals in the 1970s to some 4,350 today. Conservation efforts will continue for the Mojave population of desert tortoise, which will remain listed as threatened under the ESA.

The Federal Register docket numbers and links for the two findings are:

Species Range Docket Number and Link
Florida black bear AL, FL, GA, MS FWS­–R4–ES–2017–0015
Mojave population of desert tortoise AZ, CA, NV, UT FWS­–R8–ES–2017–0009

The notice for the above findings is available here: https://www.federalregister.gov/public-inspection.

The Service is actively engaged with conservation partners and the public in the search for improved and innovative ways to conserve and recover imperiled species. For more information on the ESA listing process, including 90-day findings and status reviews, please visit: www.fws.gov/endangered/esa-library/pdf/listing.pdf.

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