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Do not give in to Evil, but proceed ever more boldly against it

Friday, October 1, 2010


Kevin opens with:

I'd like to to read some pieces and then come back here for mine. There are four, and they are in large part repetitive, but I think they're worth your time...

Do what the man says, please.

Then think through and act on the implications.



Blogger Sean said...

I have difficulty reading and accepting a writer who name calls and insults. Maybe his message is strong medicine, but he can't seem to stop shredding EVERYONE and calling it Doomsday. Everyone who doesn't have their head in the sand knows big trouble is coming, soon. What's his solution? He hasn't got one. But he is fixated on Bush and Cheney and "unjust wars" and "Wall Street". Anyone with any sense knows these guys lied and stole and there it is. Calling people "teabaggers" shows where his loyalties lay. He gives Obama a pass, and only slightly mentions the socialist takeover. I believe he is a socialist himself, and only wants air time to whip out his grievances of the "Right". You know, we're the teabagging warmongering Wall Street banker evil rich. All I see is a frustrated socialist fuming about Bush, and offering damn little in the way of light. You want my attention, my vote, my loyalty? Stop with the socialist lite, and the birkenstock review. Stand for something of value, don't just scream leftist slop.

October 1, 2010 at 3:01 PM  
Anonymous Defender said...

Rep. Eric Cantor of Virginia refused to debate his Tea Party opponent Floyd Bayne. The local talk radio station promptly gave Bayne an interview. I don't know if the local paper has mentioned him yet; they consider third party candidates harmless nutjobs. Haven't seen him on TV.
But I'm going to vote for him, even if it splits the vote and puts a Democrat in Congress. He's the best candidate. A surprising few voters choosing the "unelectable" good guy instead of the lesser of two evils would MAKE him "electable."
Go for it. If not now, when?

October 1, 2010 at 4:01 PM  
Blogger J. Croft said...

The Second American Revolution isn't just a military or political struggle; it is all encompasing-culture, spirituality, economics. It is a war that must be waged and won on every front because we've been attacked on every front. All of us-American, Russian, Israeli, Palestinian, Chinese, Indian, African, European.

What we need to do is wake up and concentrate our resources on getting off the Earth into space and begin exploiting the Moon, Mars and Asteroid Belt; the effort alone can cancel out the forces pushing us into war and the resources and technology will direct us towards the stars.

It won't happen-not until we rid the planet of those that control it. The puppetmasters behind the UN, CFR, the Muslim extremists, and just about everybody else that has run this planet and us into the ground.

Again: nothing will be solved until we get those perpetrating all our problems out of the way.

October 1, 2010 at 5:07 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

When a bunch of suits start to opine that we are on the brink of revolution it is telling.

The writing is on the wall and anyone with eyes to see knows we are headed for serious hard times.

Watch for an October surprise.


October 1, 2010 at 10:28 PM  
Anonymous GardenSERF said...

The Second American (Armed & Violent) Revolution won't be happening in 2012. Not to say you won't see some increase in violence throughout the 2000 teens...

October 2, 2010 at 12:38 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Neither of the commentators to which Kevin links mentioned, yet alone examined, the causal role which a global, debt-based, tax-collateralized, cabal-controlled, usurious, fiat money regime has played in making this whole mess possible. Like Kevin's first respondent, I too give a damn about the identity of the cunning perpetrators, hell bent on global collectivist enslavement, who engineered the socio-economic conditions from which they now benefit. And, though there is probably much about the mechanics of their nefarious agenda that I do not yet know, I smell enough of its stench to know it is evil. The real struggle is not left vs right, liberal vs conservative, dems vs republican, but individual freedom versus collectivist tyranny. And a country's arguably most important economic good - honest money - is absolutely essential, though not necessarily sufficient, to freedom and prosperity. My 2 bits.


October 4, 2010 at 3:25 AM  

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