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Wednesday, September 15, 2010

Image Of The Week

From Green Mountains Homesteading.


Anonymous Abstemio said...

Just remember that by advocating tarring and feathering, you're advocating killing them. At a melting point of 160 degrees, it destroys tissue underneath, and can easily lead to death.

It was an animalistic act 230 years ago, and it still is. You want to stop an unjust aggressor? It's moral to shoot them.

I know what some people would do if they saw someone tarring and feathering another human being.

September 15, 2010 at 11:03 AM  
Blogger Toaster 802 said...

This should be a common a sight in our nation right now as a Mc Donalds.

...And one "tar and feather" art "installation" on every street corner in Washington would be a great way to awaken cultural awareness in the citizenry. American culture, that is.

Thanks for the props WRS, and keep up the great work of leading the charge to freedom!

September 15, 2010 at 1:03 PM  
Blogger Concerned American said...

Molasses would work at room temperature.

So would other adhesives.

At least no one is talking about necklacing.


September 15, 2010 at 2:18 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Interesting site on Jewish militia.
in the U.S.


September 15, 2010 at 2:54 PM  
Blogger Sean said...

Divest them of every last dime they have, give it to the people they have harmed,(starting with the oldest cases), give them a set of cement overshoes, take them out at night into the Atlantic, drop them in. Justice for those harmed, and ecologically balanced for disposal. There, fixed it for you.

September 15, 2010 at 2:55 PM  
Blogger Pat H. said...

Although petroleum tar may have seen use, during the 18th and early 19th century treatment of US government tax collectors and such riff-raff, I think you'll find that
pine tar was used most of the time. Stickier than molasses, long lasting, difficult to remove. Used at room or slightly elevated temperature, but not deadly. It is available today for use as a wood preservative.

And, with feathers as appropriate.

September 15, 2010 at 5:28 PM  
Anonymous Abstemio said...

I'm all in favor of molasses to make them look like the big turkeys they are.

September 15, 2010 at 11:20 PM  
Anonymous Kerodin said...

In Our Fathers Weep it was recommended to buy feathers in bulk online and to use spray-on wardrobe adhesive, like the gals use to keep their flimsy-wear in place.

Ecologically sound. Just be sure to get video for YouTube...


September 15, 2010 at 11:25 PM  
Blogger Dedicated_Dad said...

Anon @14:54

Don't you understand?

Arab-Americans conduct paramilitary training, they're "terrorists."

" 'European'-Americans" conduct paramilitary training, they're "domestic terrorists."

Jews conduct paramilitary training, they're "a victim-group with plenty of historical justification to prepare DEFENSIVE MEASURES ONLY (like assaulting and clearing in a "kill house") for the possible necessity of defending themselves from some future attack".

Where's the problem?

(FTR, I have no problem with Jews, I'm a paid member of JPFO myself.)

PS: Abstemio -- yes. T&F'ing is HORRIBLE, and could be fatal.

Much like the consequences of having jackboots assault my home for some minor "offense" as a result of these tyrants' violation of their solemn Oath.

While I'd not encourage anyone to do it, I believe we'd be much better off if it was as common today as in the time of our Founding.

Freedom ain't free, and getting it back ain't going to be pretty.

Get used to it.


September 16, 2010 at 4:10 AM  
Blogger Toaster 802 said...


Starting in late July, a group of Israeli combat veterans will be holding a training camp in New York to teach advanced self-defense techniques to Jews in U.S. communities.

"Militia" training is illegal in NY. If I was to do this, They run me up a flagpole in a heartbeat.

Oh, and there are reports of Muslims doing this kind of training also. And the cops know. And will not do anything about it.

But that is just one of the reasons I left NY a long time ago...

September 16, 2010 at 3:09 PM  

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