June 20, 2018

The NRA Are Hypocrites

Perhaps doing a slightly better job of pointing out the insanity of the newly-signed bill in Florida than the National Shooting Sports Foundation, the NRA shows their hypocrisy on their NRA-ILA website (surrounded by “Donate Now” buttons).

Evidently, the NRA completely supports parts of the new bill (as does the NSSF and others) including the blanket approval of actions to “educate” and “rat” on anyone “suspected” of having mental issues and ceding more fascist authority to the police to confiscate guns and ask questions later. As Trump stated, he preferred to confiscate guns first and worry about Due Process later. Nice…real nice! Leadership? Hmm!

This and a plea that states: “Contact your members of Congress and state lawmakers today and ask them to oppose all gun control schemes that would only impact law-abiding gun owners.”

Maybe the NRA should take a lesson out of their own playbook. If we lined up all the “gun control schemes” the NRA has been promoters and supporters of, it might make a fairly large book.

And it’s time to ask why the NRA thinks giving more power to cops to confiscate your property and at the same time allow governments to decide what is mental illness in the context of gun buying/ownership and what it is that is to be “educated” upon the people, isn’t supporting “gun control schemes” that impact law-abiding gun owners?

Wording is everything. The NRA states (above) that: “…oppose all gun control schemes that would only impact law-abiding gun owners.” (emboldening added) Are they saying that it is okay to support “gun control schemes” that impact gun owners and criminals together? Their historic record seems to indicate that, which in turn makes them an anti-Second Amendment organization. So, keep sending them money! MONEY-MONEY-MONEY!!!

The NRA also says that: “If we want to prevent future atrocities, we must look for solutions that keep guns out of the hands of those who are a danger to themselves or others, while protecting the rights of law-abiding Americans.”

According to how the NRA operates those solutions all involve giving up some of your rights. I guess they call that compromise. Either it’s a right or it’s a meted out privilege. Have we already forgotten that a previous administration in the White House believed that GIs returning from war who sought any kind of emotional assistance should be banned from owning a gun? Apparently so! What could possibly go wrong when Government decides your state of mind? Who decides theirs?

And is the NRA suggesting that we take away a person’s right to “innocent until proven guilty” and “Due Process” as a solution to a problem that doesn’t exist; a fairytale that it will prevent further crimes by “mental” people?

The answer appears to be yes. It is obvious (to me anyway) that the NRA pisses on the Second Amendment and then tells people it’s raining, so why wouldn’t they be willing to offer to give up even more of your rights to the sacrificial lamb (money and power)?

But if forget. You think the NRA is your best friend. He ain’t much of a friend, but he’s the only one you have…right?

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The Left’s Hatred and Ignorance

It should be obvious, but is not, that the Left hates everything that somebody tells them to hate.

As in the case of the staged Parkland, Florida school shooting, instead of addressing the immoral, decadent, sadistic, nasty, hate-filled, rotten, perverse, lifestyles they so much are in love with, the Left chooses to attack a person’s right, their choice, in how they can defend themselves. It appears with each passing fake attack and with each passing programmed response by the Left (did you catch the “programmed?”) more and more people will need more than ever before the right to keep and bear arms if they so choose.

Their hatred is obvious! Perhaps not so obvious, at least to them anyway, is their ignorance of what they do. This ignorance is not just found in the case of hating on guns and anyone who has or supports owning a gun. The Left and Right (I see and hear it every day) demand that “something is done about that.”

One recent example might be that NFL football players chose to kneel during the playing of the national anthem. Whether you agreed or not shouldn’t matter when it comes to protecting a right. One can argue if the NFL, the teams, or the Players Union had any authority over the players to prohibit such action. Regardless, everywhere I went all I heard was that those caught kneeling should be thrown out of the NFL…or something worse.

I asked one man if that really is what he wanted and in his anger, he answered, “YES!” I attempted to explain that sometimes protecting a right places us in uncomfortable situations and that demanding a person’s right be taken away from them because they did something wrong, will, eventually come back and bite you on the rear end – that is when you discover one day your right to voice or demonstrate your disapproval or approval of something that holds meaning to you is gone. Think before you react, is now void of the American society of brainwashed automatons.

One of the reasons I believe the events at Parkland, Florida were staged is because of how the fallout from the event has taken place so well scripted. It reminds me terribly of the Trayvon Martin sham.

Almost from the first fake news report, demands, real or planned, began calling for an outlawing of any lawmaker or wannabe lawmaker’s right to accept legal money from the NRA. Yes, the anger and hatred is there, all wrapped up in a nice little package as has been planned out, but do any of these people understand what they are asking? I don’t think so!

It is unconstitutional, or at least there are court cases that ruled that it was illegal to punish one group of people more harshly than another. If that holds no meaning to the criers of idiocy, consider the long-term effects of getting such a law passed.

Don’t get me wrong. I think ALL money that flows through political channels should be stopped…completely. As the saying goes, “Power corrupts; Absolute Power corrupts absolutely.” Money equals power and history has proven that when there is money involved there is corruption.

In one’s anger and hatred, especially in this case where it is not guns that are the culprit but the perverted and insane people of this nation and world that have caused people to resolve issues by killing people and sometimes killing masses of people, their programmed response has been to attack guns and all establishments that present themselves as being pro-gun. In this case, we are talking about the NRA.

These insane, emotional zombie-bots, actually are running around telling anyone they see that the NRA is responsible for the deaths of people in Parkland, Florida or anywhere that guns have been used to kill people. They don’t do this for any other kind of action that results in death. Why just guns?

In the Left’s attack on the NRA, they are demanding that nobody is allowed to accept money from the NRA. As I pointed out, so far, this will not stand up in the Courts. But consider for a moment the insanity of the demand. You can’t tell me that most everyone doesn’t have a pet project that they want to be supported with money. What are these same people going to do with there is no funding available for things like fighting cancer, introducing wolves, support of women’s rights, support of equal rights, etc. etc.?

These non-thinking clowns can’t see that their demand opens the door for all entities, whether the NRA or the CBD, WWP, HSUS, PETA, for them to lose any and all support for political purposes.

Such emotions as anger and hate prevent people from thinking rationally. When you combine that with the propagandizing that has gone on for so long now, mixed in with some George Soros money to perpetuate the anger and hatred, and not only will we continue to see the hatred and ignorance on display, it will only get worse.

It’s all quite sad.

And I must finish by adding…

DON’T GO LOOK!

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The Cancer Industry is Too Prosperous to Allow a Cure

We have lost the war on cancer. At the beginning of the last century, one person in twenty would get cancer. In the 1940s it was one out of every sixteen people. In the 1970s it was one person out of ten. Today one person out of three gets cancer in the course of their life.

The cancer industry is probably the most prosperous business in the United States. In 2014, there will be an estimated 1,665,540 new cancer cases diagnosed and 585,720 cancer deaths in the US. $6 billion of tax-payer funds are cycled through various federal agencies for cancer research, such as the National Cancer Institute (NCI). The NCI states that the medical costs of cancer care are $125 billion, with a projected 39 percent increase to $173 billion by 2020.

The simple fact is that the cancer industry employs too many people and produces too much income to allow a cure to be found. All of the current research on cancer drugs is based on the premise that the cancer market will grow, not shrink.

John Thomas explains to us why the current cancer industry prospers while treating cancer, but cannot afford to cure it.

Source: The Cancer Industry is Too Prosperous to Allow a Cure

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9/11 Trillions: Follow the Money

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Gerald Celente: Markets Melting Down

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Where Did it Go?

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Send Money!

Today, Harry Reid talked about a gun control bill. Send money!
Obamacare is going to cost a lot more money than we were told. Send money!
Fascist Feinstein farted. Send money!
Obama play golf…..again. Send money!
We want to put prayer back in school. Send money!
Seals are dying because polar bears swim (pee) in the same water. Send money!
The globe is warming. Send money!
The globe is cooling. Send money!
The Pope is a Catholic. Send money!
I’m sick and tired of con artist exploiters of every thing and person on the planet. SEND MONEY!

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Wisconsin Gets $2 Million for Deer Management. Maine? Not So Much

Wisconsin’s and Maine’s deer management problems aren’t the same but both states say they want to “invest” in their deer herds because they see value in it and hopefully a return on their investments…..don’t they?

About 2 years ago, the Maine Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife introduced to citizens of the state, “Maine’s Game Plan for Deer.” If you will also recall, the Plan laid out Five Elements, of which was going to rebuild the deer herd in those portions of the state where the deer seemingly all went on vacation, and better manage those areas that were not getting much attention but have a deer population a bit closer toward target goals than up North, Downeast and the Western Mountains.

Briefly, here are those five elements:

1. Deer Wintering Area and Winter Severity – The plan calls for finding active deer yards, and work with landowners for a number of ideas to help protect habitat.

2. Deer Population Management – Figure out how deer live. Stop people from feeding deer. Stop poaching. More laws to stop poaching.

3. Predation – Target coyotes in specific areas. Try to stabilize bear populations. Get an Incidental Take Permit. Try to find money to do this.

4. Deer Planning and Public Involvement – Ask the public how many deer they want to see when they go for a joy ride.

5. Information and Outreach – Ask the public how many deer they want to see when they go for a joy ride or from their office windows.

There’s no way of even catching a glimpse as to whether or not these five elements would have an affect of Maine’s deer because there’s no money to do any of it, with the exception of $100,000 allocated by the governor to kill coyotes. And even that isn’t working.

Any real attempts to do anything about the overgrowing bear population gets railroaded by the Maine guides and bear hunting camp owners. Odd that in one part of the Plan for Deer, it states how the game is a resource for all the people but I guess bears belong to guides and camp owners and what they tell the commissioner they want they get. I wish no ill will on guides and camp owners but……….what’s up with that?

So, in short, Maine has thrown a whopping $100,000 at their Plan and they can’t seem to find a way to efficiently spending much of that money. What would Maine do with $2 million? Pay more and bigger retirement pensions I would guess.

Wisconsin’s governor has invested $2 million in a better management plan for deer. Here’s a look at their 3 elements to better manage deer.

1. Forming a Deer Management Assistance Program (DMAP) to improve the partnership among hunters, landowners and the DNR in managing deer on private land.

2. Updating technology to gather information on land cover to better inform decisions (satellite imagery for assessing habitat and a statewide trail camera monitoring program).

3. Adopting a more passive approach to chronic wasting disease management where the disease exists while providing the public improved access to deer testing.

Gosh, Maine can toss out step number 3; at least for now, as the state has no known cases of chronic wasting disease. Other than that, a certain amount of that $2 million is going to be spent on working with landowners (Maine’s plan calls for that.) and updating technology to help them in management decisions. (Maine is getting money from somewhere to rent helicopters and fly around counting moose. Haven’t heard much about counting deer.)

Which plan will work and which one will give the state a return on their investment? Oh wait! I think Maine has yet to make any real investment in their interest in deer. Perhaps if the state is fortunate enough to get, say, 10 straight years worth of global warming, the herd might come back enough to keep some interest among sportsmen.

And by the way. How’s that Incidental Take Permit for Canada lynx progressing?

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