Monday, December 11, 2017

Chuck should take his tax-funded salary and STFU

Prince Charles: “Let’s Remember Muhammad on Christmas”

Is Prince Charles willfully blind? Or evil?

While speaking on the British radio show “Thought for the Day,” the future King of Britain, Prince Charles, said that Christians should be more mindful of Islam and Muhammad during the holidays.

Christians are quite mindful of Muhammad and Islam during the Christmas season. Tis the season of jihad, rivaled only by Ramadan in the spike in Islamic terror attacks. Yes, Prince Charles, Christians remember Muhammad while their churches are burned, their children kidnapped and forcibly converted and their villages burned — all in the cause of Allah.

We remember Muhammad at the Christmas markets that were attacked, the Christmas parties in San Bernardino, the canceled Christmas festivals, and in Berlin, who could forget? We remember Muhammad when we see the concrete barriers, the hole in the NYC skyline, the endless travel lines, the security protocols just to get into a NYC building — oh, yes, we remember Muhammad.

What an intellectual ape this Prince has turned out to be. Let’s pray the Queen had some good sense left and skips a generation when crowning the next King.

The fourth stage of American history

American history is the story of political and economic competition between Virginia and Massachusetts. To see that, simply begin a line between Pennsylvania (the southernmost part of Massachusetts influence). Draw the line west. North of the line is Massachusetts’ Pilgrim philosophy of “We decide what you will do.” South of the line is the old Virginia idea of “What you do is your business, as long as you do not cause disorder.”

The Continental Congress recognized the battle between Massachusetts and Virginia when deciding the commander of the army must not be from Massachusetts. That is a primary reason George Washington was named commanding general.

And, consider the first six presidents of the United States: Washington, from Virginia; John Adams, Massachusetts; Thomas Jefferson, Virginia; James Madison, Virginia; James Monroe, Virginia; John Quincy Adams, Massachusetts.

“This geographic split has been erased from the modern mind, as the people who won the Civil War slowly, but surely, erase everything but the history of the North from the nation’s memory. That last bit is critical. One of the distinguishing features of 20th century American conservatism was its Yankeeness.”

This map shows the development of regional political thought.

Sunday, December 10, 2017

What’s the difference …

… between Aeroflot and the Scud missile?

Aeroflot has a larger body count.

Saturday, December 9, 2017

What sometimes happens when you freely enter an ISIS zone

‘Relatives report death of Chechen singer Bataeva in Mosul’

“In September 2017, together with the Chechen pop singer Aza Bataeva, in the Iraqi city of Mosul, her husband and her sister, who came to Iraq to return Aza home, also perished, Bataeva's relatives have stated.

“The ‘Caucasian Knot’ has reported that in April 2016, a video clip appeared on social networks, informing that the famous Chechen pop singer Aza (Khazan) Bataeva had joined the ‘Islamic State’ (announced as terrorist organization and banned in Russia by the court) and was staying in the territory controlled by the IS*.

“According to Aza Bataeva's relatives, about two years ago, she moved to Turkey with her husband; and from there, they moved to the territory under IS* control. In autumn 2017, Aza Bataeva perished in Mosul, along with her husband and her sister, who came to Iraq hoping to return her sister home, the ‘Kavkaz.Realii’ reported on December 8, quoting Bataeva's relatives.

“Bataeva died in September, but it became known only now, the ‘IslamNews’ specifies.”


© Caucasian Knot
The war gods do not care if you are a non-combatant.

Friday, December 8, 2017

If you’re driving at night, turn on your headlights

The po-leece are suspicious when it’s after midnight and you’re driving on complete blackout.

HEMPSTEAD COUNTY, AR (KSLA) - A Southwest Arkansas sheriff's deputy knew something was amiss when a car with no headlights on drove by about 18 minutes past midnight.

But what ultimately was found in that vehicle turned out to be more than one likely would have imagined.

It happened early Thursday morning as Deputy Derick Bunn was standing outside the Hempstead County Sheriff's Office.

The gold-colored car with no headlights on was heading west on 4th Street when it stopped at a stop sign at Washington Street and turned north toward 3rd Street.

Authorities say that's when the driver accelerated to a high rate of speed and blew through a stop sign at 3rd at Washington.

He was traveling fast enough that the car went airborne.

And sparks flew from underneath the vehicle when it landed on the north side of the intersection.

That's when Bunn begain chasing the vehicle.

He reportedly saw it run stop signs on Ferguson Street at 3rd and 4th streets before coming to a stop on Ferguson between 4th and 5th streets.

The driver identified himself as a Litchfield, Ill., man by the name of James Wesley Anderson.

And Bunn thought he smelled marijuana.

Authorities say Anderson refused to get out of the car when asked to do so first by Bunn and then by Hope, Ark., police Officer Hunter Halliday.

When two more Hope police officers arrived and asked Anderson to get out, he reportedly said he did not feel safe doing so.

When he was forcibly removed from the car and handcuffed, an officer noticed Anderson was wearing an empty holster.

Anderson reportedly told officers the gun was in the car's center console.

And after asking Anderson if there was anything else in the vehicle, officers confiscated:
• a small jar of suspected marijuana,
• a pistol with a full magazine and a round in the chamber, and,
• drug paraphernalia.

In a bag in the back seat they reportedly found:
• a large glass jar partially filled with marijuana,
• a glove containing a white ball with a brown tar-like substance, and
• a contact lens case containing a small usable amount of suspected methamphetamine.

That was not all.

Further search of the vehicle led to the seizure of $11,963 in cash and 20 guns.

Those firearms were:
• 4 Para 1911 .45-caliber semi-automatic handguns,
• 3 AK-47 semi-automatic rifles,
• 3 Mag 9mm semi-automatic pistols,
• 2 Colt 45 semi-automatic handguns,
• 1 Ruger 9mm semi-automatic pistol
• 1 SWD Inc. M11 9mm semi-automatic pistol,
• 1 Kimber 45-caliber handgun,
• 1 Colt government 45-caliber handgun,
• 1 Kimber 45-caliber semi-automatic handgun,
• 1 Ruger .22-caliber semi-automatic handgun,
• 1 Remington .22-caliber bolt-action rifle, and,
• 1 Remington 30.06 Springfield bolt-action rifle.

Also seized were about 1,000 rounds of AK-47 ammunition and several hundred rounds of ammunition and loaded and empty clips for all the weapon found in the vehicle.

Now Anderson is being held in Hempstead County Detention Center on charges of:
• simultaneous possession of drugs and firearms,
• possession of methamphetamine,
• possession of marijuana,
• possession of drug paraphernalia,
• careless and prohibited driving,
• disobeying a stop sign, and,
• what started it all, driving with no headlights.

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Thursday, December 7, 2017

Po-leece! Lock your cars!

You don't lock your car, somebody will steal your guns 'n ammo!

Quack, quack

Our neighbor has started feeding the (wild) ducks. Three days ago after taking Victor and Charlie out and then letting them back in, I went out with plastic bags to gather the dogs’ leavings. Two ducks swam across the pond, climbed the embankment and walked to within three feet of me.

“What?” I said.

“Quack, quack.” (Duck for ‘Where da food?’)

“I don’t have any food.”

“Quack, quack, quack, quack.” (‘Yu da man. Where da food?’)

“You’re talking to the wrong man. I don’t have any food.”

“Quack, quack, quack.” (‘Yu da man. Man got food.’)

They didn’t believe me. They were still waiting when I walked away.

One of those days I’m sort of glad the alligator left the pond. The neighbor probably has more sense than to feed an alligator. But you never know.

Last week, a story said a Chicago alderman has sent messages to his alders, suggesting they stop feeding coyotes. You feed wild animals, they associate you with food. When you don't have food, you are food.