Archive for ‘Terrorism’

28 January, 2015

I’m back at it again!

I’m back and I’m angry. Look, the fact of the matter is that I’ve had too much going on to really write and be effective so I took some time off. I actually took off more time than I meant to, but yeah, well…

Anyway, can you believe all that’s going on in the world? We have everything from our own government screwing with us in more ways than we’ve discussed before, our current “president” snubbing the French after their terror attack and Israel in favor of Iran.

We have IS/ISIS/ISIL, whatever you want to call those animals, running around murdering and mutilating people they don’t like all in the name of their “religion.”

Let’s see, oh there’s been so much, so we’ll get started. I’m going to cover those issues listed above, plus some.

IRS vs the Hirsch Family

The first thing I want to talk about is the IRS and the Hirsch family, from Long Island, New York.  So the break down of this is that the Hirsch brothers own a distribution company that services convenience stores in the area.

The IRS saw how much they were depositing into their bank account and decided it was too much.  Here’s the kicker, the deposits were never more than the $11,000 per deposit breaking point before you have to file with the IRS Form 8300.  However, the IRS felt daily deposits ranging from $500 to $9,000 were suspicious enough to seize their bank account. They took $446,000 from the family and never filed any criminal charges against the family.

That was back in 2012, they are now just getting the money back.  What right did the IRS have in taking the money, seeing as there were no charges filed?

The answer is simple.  NONE.  The IRS had no right to do that.  I bet if you search it out or ask the family, they’re registered as Republicans.  This wouldn’t be the first time the IRS targeted conservatives, remember the whole Tea Party thing with Lois Lerner?

Any of you who want to comment, making a case for the IRS, have at it.  You’ll be wrong, but have at it.  The IRS had no right whatsoever to seize that family’s hard earned money.

Excusez-moi

So, the French wind up with a small group of terrorists running around killing people, I’m sure there are more in the country just waiting to come out and do more killing and damage to the country.  However, the one that recently happened, starting with the assault on Charlie Hebdo was the most significant to happen in France in, something like, 20 years.

Now, I know…. the French, Alex? Yes the French.  They are our oldest allies, literally, since the American Revolution, we have been trading partners since then, and we have fought side-by-side in wars several times over the last couple centuries.

So, if we’re so close to the French, why did Obama decide to NOT go the Paris with all the other world leaders after the attacks.  There was nothing on his public schedule and the White House later stated that in hindsight someone of higher stature should’ve marched, rather than just having the ambassador and maybe some staff there.

It’s pretty embarrassing to have a president who does this kind of stuff all the time.

Heckler, I sent a Facebook message to Charlie Hebdo and to the French… Obama was too lazy to even do that!

Presidential Snub

In light of all the turmoil in the world, especially with the Islamic hatred for Israel, you’d think the president would have the sense to support a key ally and not snub them.

Instead, when congress invited Benjamin Netanyahu to come to the United States and address them, the White House and the president were furious. Obama even sent political hitmen to Israel to cause problems for Netanyahu. Seriously?

What the Hell is going on that a US president feels he has the right or that it is necessary to screw with the political career of one of our staunchest allies? Folks, we have an idiot for a president. I know you already know that, but I just want to reiterate it. We have an idiot for a president.

I always feel like somebody’s watching me!

I’m sure by now you know that newer cars in the US have some sort of tracking device on board that the DEA was using to track drug smugglers along the US-Mexico border. However, since that started several years ago, the agency expanded the program to nationwide. So, if you drive a newer car, the DEA can track you and there isn’t anything you can do about it.

I just heard an insidious laugh in my head when I wrote that.

Solution? Drive an old car. Lol. Now realistically speaking, the DEA can’t track every car in the country. Just too many people, but what if you drive a common vehicle in a common color and suddenly you find you’re being tracked. How would you know? Probably when the DEA or whatever agency shows up on your doorstep.

Remember, people, we have a Bill of Rights for a reason.

As always, feel free to comment and I don’t censor comments unless they are violent or too profane.

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14 March, 2014

Know your surroundings

In today’s world, it’s important to know what’s going on around you.  It could save your life.  There is a concept taught in the military and on police forces called situational awareness.  It simple means to know what’s going on around you.  There are a few things you need to know to be proficient in the concept.

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13 March, 2014

The NSA tricked ya!

All you Facebook users were duped by the NSA.  I’m sure I was one of those duped, too.  This really makes me angry.  In the “land of the free” our own government spies on us as if we are all terrorists.  I can understand them tricking foreign targets that posed an actual threat, but you know as well as I do that those tools target us, as well.  See the report from Digital Trends below, but first I want to send a message to the NSA:  Stop messing with us.   

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10 December, 2013

Flags at Half-Mast

I’m sure you’ve seen the flags at half-mast this week.  I’m sure you know it’s for Nelson Mandela.  In life and death, Mandela is celebrated as a great civil rights leader… for South Africa.  Why are US flags at half-mast for a non-American?  While I have no real problem with Mandela himself, the issue at hand is that this process of lowering our flag is reserved for American people.

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25 November, 2013

Is it 1938 again?

Is it 1938 again?  Do you know what happened in 1938?  Well, lots of stuff did, but I’m talking about one thing in particular; the Munich Agreement.  What is the Munich Agreement?

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17 September, 2013

Were you distracted?

Were you distracted by the shooting at the D.C. Navy Yard?  Many people were.  I know that there are several people out there calling this a false flag event already. 

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9 September, 2013

Obama: The Great Unifier?

Seriously.  I’m going to attempt to lay out the case that President Obama is a great unifier.  You think I’m kidding?  I also contend the current president has been good for business… some business.

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30 August, 2013

Chemical weapons in Syria was an accident?

Dale Gavlak of the AP is reporting that the chemical weapons explosion in Syria was not the work of the government, but rather was an accident caused by the rebels.  They claim the gas was provided to them by the Saudis and was intended for rebel, more specifically al Qaeda, to use against the Syrian military and/or government.  However, while transporting the weapons, the rebels set them off accidentally.  According to Dale Gavlak, most of the rebels didn’t know what they were carrying and didn’t have training on transporting chemical weapons.

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29 August, 2013

Did the president just make us the bad guys?

As I mentioned in yesterday’s posting, the rebels in Syria are largely made up of al Qaeda terrorists.  If President Obama goes ahead with his plan to strike Syria, he has made us the bad guys.  How, you ask?  It’s simple.  He will have taken sides with the al Qaeda-linked rebels.  Simple as that.

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16 August, 2013

Muslim Brotherhood wants peaceful protests?

The Muslim Brotherhood claims they want peaceful protests across Egypt.  If that’s the case, then why are the Christian churches going up in flames?  Why are the pastors and church staff being kidnapped and killed?  See the list for all the Christian churches that have been attacked in this “peaceful protest.

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7 August, 2013

TSA on the move!

If you’ll remember I’ve written about he TSA VIPR teams.  These teams are deployed to any major event they deem “worthy.”  That means a number of things. 

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10 July, 2013

See Something, Say Something

Have you seen the posters that tell you to report any suspicious activity to authorities?  They have the motto, “see something, say something.”  It’s the same tactics employed by Nazi Germany and most, if not all, communist countries.  Now, don’t get me wrong, if some idiot is about to blow up a building, kill a bunch of people, or do some other attack that’s harmful, I want the authorities to know about it so they can stop it before it happens. 

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12 June, 2013

Proxy War?

I’ve saying for a while now that we are in a proxy war with Russia and Iran.  There has been evidence… very strong evidence… that both nations are supporting Assad in his brutal assault on the people of Syria.  Now top rebel commanders are asking the US for support.

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10 June, 2013

Edward Snowden – Hero or Traitor?

Folk, lets call today’s situation what it is.  We are in a revolution and we are fighting for our political lives.  Whether you are a conservative, liberal, or somewhere in the middle, you should care about the root of this issue: the NSA domestic spy program.

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4 June, 2013

More pilfering by the feds?

The other day, I wrote about the NSA’s new toy, the Utah Data Center and the threat it poses to our privacy as American citizens.  I don’t know if you remember, but Google had a problem with the FBI asking them for consumers’ private information, as well.  Google took the government to court over the issue citing that these were warrantless searches and, therefore, unconstitutional and won. Well, a U.S. judge has ordered Google to comply with FBI secret demands for customer data, despite earlier ruling the warrantless orders unconstitutional.

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