Thursday, January 14, 2021


Our speech is violence, their violence is speech. And of course, when there is no violence, the Enemy will plop on a MAGA hat, wrap themselves in a Gadsden flag, initiate some, then blame it on us, as was the case on Black Wednesday. For me to get all worked up about corrupt degenerates on the left and pseudo-right in DC, in the propaganda organs or in show biz and everywhere in between strutting, preening and foaming at the mouth with their sub-literate drivel is a waste of time. 
What I am worked up about is that rigging an election and overthrowing the country merely to seize power is not the end game. It's just the opening gambit. Forget about what's in store in terms of laws and edicts handed down from the rogue's gallery of hardcore Marxist freaks, geeks and thugs that now control the Legislative and Executive branches with little to fear from an at best neutered Judiciary. 
Any opposition will now be considered seditious and subject to imprisonment. 
Think that that's hyperbole? Think again: 
During a live stream on her Instagram page, Ocasio-Cortez was asked by a viewer if, to help with national healing, there were congressional plans to institute any "truth and reconciliation or media literacy initiatives." 
The socialist congresswoman replied that, yes, indeed, she and some of her colleagues have been exploring media literacy initiatives to help "rein in" the press and combat misinformation after last week's riot at the U.S. Capitol. "It's one thing to have differentiating opinions but it's another thing entirely to just say things that are false," 
Ocasio-Cortez added. "So that's something that we're looking into." Oh, are they? Now, perhaps in the political systems favored by AOC citizens are impelled to look to government for ultimate truth, but that's not the case in the United States. 
At least, not yet. 
Here, the Constitution "reins in" Congress from intruding on the speech of citizens, journalists, or any private institutions, not the other way around. We need only point to our media "factcheckers," journalists with political and ideological biases who have regularly, and arbitrarily, labeled completely debatable contentions as falsehoods, while either ignoring or justifying scores of other unsettled contentions. 
Are these the arbiters of facts who will be manning the government commission appointed by those storied truth-tellers in congress?... 
For those unaware, the "truth and reconciliation commission" the AOC fan asked about was most famously used in South Africa after the fall of apartheid as means of "restorative justice." 
The insinuation by those who use this phrase is that 74 million Americans who voted for the Republican presidential candidate are racist thugs in need for similar programs. It's a disgusting smear, and speaks to the dangerous and illiberal inclination of progressives. 
Not so long ago, 2008 to be precise, a number of people were raising the alarm bells about the then Democrat candidate for president and his connections to some of the most rabidly anti-American radicals including Bill Ayers, the former head of the Weathermen terrorists, whose bombs left a trail of bodies and terror from coast to coast in an attempt to overthrow the government. 
Larry Grathwohl, a Vietnam vet managed to infiltrate the group and became an FBI informer. He recalled sitting in on one of their meetings in the early 70s in what the author of this piece (a tribute to Grathwohl after his death in 2013) described as "a kind of Wannsee Conference at which WUO [Weather Underground Organization] members plotted the murder of 25 million Americans. 
"I brought up the subject of what's going to happen after we take over the government: we become responsible then for administrating 250 million people. And there was no answers. No one had given any thought to economics, how you're going to clothe and feed these people. 
"The only thing that I could get was that they expected that the Cubans and the North Vietnamese and the Chinese and the Russians would all want to occupy different portions of the United States. 
"They also believed that their immediate responsibility would be to protect against what they called the counter revolution and they felt that this counter revolution could best be guarded against by creating and establishing reeducation centers in the Southwest where would take all the people who needed to be reeducated into the new way of thinking and teach them how things were going to be. 
"I asked, well, what is going to happen to those people that we can't reeducate that are diehard capitalists and the reply was that they'd have to be eliminated. And when I pursued this further they estimated that they would have to eliminate 25 million people in these reeducation centers. 
"And when I say eliminate I mean kill -- 25 million people. I want you to imagine sitting in a room with 25 people most of which have graduate degrees from Columbia and other well known educational centers and hear them figuring out the logistics for the elimination of 25 million people and they were dead serious." 
One chilling idea WUO leaders entertained was working enemies of the revolution to death in labor camps, something many so-called progressives today would no doubt favor doing to Tea Party supporters. 
And here we are in 2021. The heirs of Ayers, BLM and Antifa, have bombed, napalmed and lain waste to at least a dozen cities across the nation, only this time with the approval of, and quite probably at the behest of the Democrat Party, with the same goal: the overthrow and destruction of the United States. 
And once again ...



Anonymous said...

The "Restorative Justice" movement is already well underway in the US. It just hasn't yet taken official shape and form.

I invite you to study this quote from a Millennial:

Millennials have been fighting in continuous wars since we turned 18. We now have more battle trained warriors than the Greatest Generation did. I see millennials in my town harvesting America’s cotton. Our millennials are working the hospitals taking care of people who are mostly boomers. We are working your skilled trades, despite what you think. We didn’t invent participation trophies, you did that, and we didn’t ask for them. We went and got the degrees you told us we needed, and then some. We didn’t import millions of brown-skinned savages from all over the world, you did. We didn’t ask you to erase our borders, you did that on your own. We didn’t set the country on this path. Hell, I’m only old enough to have voted in five general elections, and the last one (at least) was totally rigged against my side. Boomers and Gen Xers, ignore this if you will. The boomers probably will, and their response to it will be nothing new. Boomers as a group haven’t had anything new to say since the Reagan Administration anyway. That’s fine. Just keep something in mind, though, if you can remember it…

A generation that is unloved by it’s nation may need to burn it down so they can finally feel it’s warmth.

Anonymous said...

"Boomers as a group haven’t had anything new to say since the Reagan Administration"

Bingo! There was great crop of millennial thinkers that emerged early in the Trump administration and the Boomer-Con talking heads...ignored them. One by one big tech flushed them down the memory hole. Anyone remember Brittany Pettibone? Lauren Southern? Can anyone imagine Tarl Warwick being interviewed on Limbaugh?

A tremendous opportunity to bridge that generational gap was totally wasted.

Anonymous said...

LOL. Author calls AOC "Titty Caca". Best one yet!

Pastorius said...

That's a great millennial quote. I don't like the brown-skinned savages. The relative savagery of a person has nothing to do with the color of their skin. Go talk to Middle Eastern Christians. They are a completely different kind of person than, say, Afghani Muslims.

Anonymous said...

Understand about the skin color reference, but necessary to include to understand the thinking of the person I quoted. Her opinion is not uncommon among her cohort. Many millennials have passed "peak racism".

And, yes, ME Christians are the first group we should be importing, the most endangered and the most compatible. And they know the reality of Islam!

Pastorius said...

Hope I didn't come off as being pedantic and preachy. I don't know why it is, I feel this responsibility to be really clear about my beliefs and what I envision this site standing for.

Other bloggers don't give a crap what commenters say. Because, really, what does it have to do with me anyway?

I don't know.