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  1. #21
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    The Communists have gotten too use to being in positions of power since capturing all the wings which make up the Establishment from .gov to the MSM to academia to the "entertainment" industry.

    They will now try to fall back on the Revolutionary stage that we saw in the '60s.

    Obunghole's org is even talking about disrupting GOP events with swarming attacks to get a lep up on the mid-term elections in 2018.

    http://nypost.com/2017/02/18/obama-l...testing-trump/

    Since the Left has gotten away with their tantrum tossing shitfits, free of consequences, ,especially during the past 8 years, they will keep pushing until a backlash quashes them and their entire chain of command.

    Also, being hypocrites, the libs use to condemn states' rights and secessionism as treason being pushed by racist whiteys trying to re-ensalve blacks. Now that their agenda has been rebuked by the voting public, they are changing their tune and agitating for breaking away from D.C. for commie states like Califaggia. Too bad for them that the Central Valley, N. CA and Orange County are right leaning.
    "When you end up having to force people to behave as if they agreed with you, it's almost certainly because what you're peddling is horsesh*t." - L. Neil Smith

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    Even here in Hungary they are trying their hardest to bury their past.
    During the 1956 memorial, they were openly stating that it was fascist counter revolution.
    It's illegal to deny the holocaust and also 1956 yet the Socialist head will not be charged , less more than 30 percent of the population will be super super pissed.

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    I have had to deal with commies, radicals, and violent stupid political mobs since the late 1960's. The only way to deal with it is to cut off the head of the snake; or in this case "heads".

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    As to this new strain of socialism. I have not seen this kind of hostility towards a president since Nixon. In fact, I think this go round is worse. I fear for the President's life.

    What I find amusing, in a twisted sort of way, is that all those people that were decried as tin-foil hat, conspiracy theorists are pretty much being vindicated by the course of events. It wasn't that long ago when if you spoke about someone like George Soros (may he burn in hell) as bankrolling all these little dust-ups, you were shouted down as some kook. Well, I think it's almost obvious to even the most thick-headed that these globalists are using these little movements to tear down democracy wherever it may be. Especially the US.

    All these useful idiots and their little causes are being funded by someone. I mean do you have time to protest and raise hell in the streets, or are you busy working and taking care of business? That's the key here IMHO. The have-nots are being funded by somebody to take your stuff away. Aided and abetted by politicians and the media. Obama (may he burn in hell) came so close to pushing it over the top. But over-played his hand, and caused a political reaction.

    But, my thinking is this is also what they have been trying to do all along; get a violent reaction from the conservative majority, to justify marshal law and a dictatorship. So we are being goaded into to over-reacting.

    Well under the heading of being careful what you wish for, I think you are going to see something terrible happen within the next 4 years.

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    As to this new strain of socialism. I have not seen this kind of hostility towards a president since Nixon. In fact, I think this go round is worse. I fear for the President's life.
    I'm certain that for as many as want to end his life there are those around him that are of the right nature to protect him and end theirs. I haven't seen too many assassins that can survive a flurry of blasts from a rifle to the face. I agree with what Gabe has stated, to me Communism is similar to something akin to a disease. When one part of it has been defeated it develops a new strain that deadlier or more subtle.
    Neither is ideal as the only ideal situation is one where communism/socialism dies out entirely.
    A man can be right all the time. In which case he can do so, all by himself.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Diz View Post
    ....is that all those people that were decried as tin-foil hat, conspiracy theorists are pretty much being vindicated by the course of events. It wasn't that long ago when if you spoke about someone like George Soros (may he burn in hell) as bankrolling all these little dust-ups, you were shouted down as some kook. Well, I think it's almost obvious to even the most thick-headed that these globalists are using these little movements to tear down democracy wherever it may be. Especially the US.

    No...I disagree. Tin foil means an irrational perspective of ongoing secretive cover ups on everything from milk to vaccines. Or that GWB planned 911, or that Sandy Hook was staged. Ridiculous nonsense. That communism exists and that it is funded by rich communists has never been in question.

    Well under the heading of being careful what you wish for, I think you are going to see something terrible happen within the next 4 years.

    I think that this next four years will be the most prosperous and best years America has had since the 1950s. And it will divide the nation, as it should be, between the left and the right even further (those who favor capitalism and those who favor communism). The leftists will congregate in their areas and normal people in other areas, and that will be that. There will be no compromise. I think it is excellent and I am proud of the USA for the first time since 2008.
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    I tend to define the tinfoils as people looking at the shit going on behind the scenes and calling it out for what it is. You define them as people who go past that into outer space. But your definition is probably more common.

    Yes, I too see the balkanization of America happening. My wife and I are considering a move to "the redoubt" simply because all those people around us no longer share our core values. In that sense, yes I am optimistic about getting together with like-minded folks and starting a new life. But it might be the death of our nation-state. For better or worse.

    The tactical training, weapons and equipment business will probably be very good. I think we will all be busy there.

    And yeah, this is the first time I am proud of my country for a very long time. Michelle.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Diz View Post
    I tend to define the tinfoils as people looking at the shit going on behind the scenes and calling it out for what it is. You define them as people who go past that into outer space. But your definition is probably more common.

    Yes, I too see the balkanization of America happening. My wife and I are considering a move to "the redoubt" simply because all those people around us no longer share our core values. In that sense, yes I am optimistic about getting together with like-minded folks and starting a new life. But it might be the death of our nation-state. For better or worse.

    The tactical training, weapons and equipment business will probably be very good. I think we will all be busy there.

    And yeah, this is the first time I am proud of my country for a very long time. Michelle.

    I have a loose theory that unity, enforced by power, never lasts. We saw the era after WW1 as the conglomeration of empires brought to a crescendo in the post WW2 world (Britain, the USA, USSR, etc.). But since then we have seen them divide up along cultural and ideological lines. Sure, there is still a UK and a Russian world, but South Africa is nothing like the Bahamas, and who can forget the division in the USSR. Our collective loyalties develop along tribal lines and the huge nation state does not usually engender such a thing. I living in AZ have a totally different life and different points of view from someone in New York. And there are things that will never agree on, nor that we can ever compromise on. So at that point we either fight (politically, socially and perhaps even physically), go our separate ways and live independent of one another, or live in continual strife with each other.

    The latter is what the USA has been doing since FDR. And collectively I think both sides are tired of doing so.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gabriel Suarez View Post
    I have a loose theory that unity, enforced by power, never lasts. We saw the era after WW1 as the conglomeration of empires brought to a crescendo in the post WW2 world (Britain, the USA, USSR, etc.). But since then we have seen them divide up along cultural and ideological lines. Sure, there is still a UK and a Russian world, but South Africa is nothing like the Bahamas, and who can forget the division in the USSR. Our collective loyalties develop along tribal lines and the huge nation state does not usually engender such a thing. I living in AZ have a totally different life and different points of view from someone in New York. And there are things that will never agree on, nor that we can ever compromise on. So at that point we either fight (politically, socially and perhaps even physically), go our separate ways and live independent of one another, or live in continual strife with each other.

    The latter is what the USA has been doing since FDR. And collectively I think both sides are tired of doing so.
    That, I think, sums up the realities quite well.

    Man is tribal, that is a given. Nations are not tribes. We've seen this exhibited throughout history as nations and empires were created based upon superficial unities or alliances and were dissolved as time changed circumstances and alliances. The realities that previously united American society have waned as our society has changed culturally and morphed into what it is today - divisive and adversarial. With that, as Gabe eluded, American society is becoming more and more "tribal".
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gabriel Suarez View Post
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    I really hope you are right Gabe.

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