Saturday, February 28, 2015

Big Eagle

Had a dream that John Wayne shook my hand. 

Now, one can make of a dream what one wants, but it was positive for me.  I felt encouraged.  Wish I'd met him in person.

My brother had a friend who actually did.  He said John Wayne was down to earth and was what you would expect.  Honest, straightforward, a man of his word.

I was doing some research and came across the statement collectivists, still in fear of Duke, love to dredge up.  It had to do with responsibility.

It was from a '71 Playboy interview.  I won't repeat it here.  The reason is simple, in that I've alluded to it and you may find it yourself.  And, I don't want some collectivist dweeb snatching at it to add rhythm to the dance of abuse.

It was of course in reference to people being educated, on all levels I believe.  You need to be in the know.  He never said anyone should be kept down.  Rather, he pointed to the fact no one can pull you up but yourself.

I've noticed Mr Wayne had a way of being provocative.  I think it was simply because of who the opposition was and is. 

Collectivists tend to run with something.  They rely on emotion and half truths to drive home their subversion. 

My take is he tried to get people to think.  And he wasn't some dumb hunk cluck.  He was educated, erudite and a rollicking man who loved life.

Decide for yourselves.  I will always love him (Imagine the collectivists running with THAT lol.).  His work is nonpareil.  A character?  Hell yeah!

He was emotional.  Never exactly saw him cry on film but he conveyed the emotions which bring tears.  That's artistry.  Just go study the guy and see what you think.

Open mind you will see he cared.  Closed mind, he was some kind of 'reactionary'  Love btw his excoriation of that term in McLintock -s-.

Perfect?  Who is and what is that, save for a guy 2,000 years ago?  That's a topic for another time lol.

During the filming of The Searchers (A film that is so textured, I may write a book on it someday -s-), one of the Navajo children who were playing Comanches in the film, became seriously ill.  Wayne had her taken to a hospital in his private plane, otherwise she might have died.

The Navajo folks gave him the name, 'The Man With The Big Eagle'.

Thursday, February 26, 2015

Time Nicked

The Twilight Zone TV show had an episode called Nick of Time, starring William Shatner and Patricia Breslin as a young couple on a road trip.  Their car needs repair, so they stop in a small town.  The couple grab a bite to eat at a small on the square diner and to wait.


At the table is a small fortune telling machine.  For a penny one can ask a yes or no question about the future. 


He first asks if he is getting a promotion.  He finds out he is.  Then he gets carried away and seems transfixed asking questions.  His wife urges caution and eventually they leave, after he declares they are going to do what they want.


As they leave, a timorous couple enter and sit, asking the 'seer' if they might leave town.  They seem dejected, enslaved to every word from the mesmerizing device.  On top of the machine, a horned devil's head with glittering eyes and a fanged grin, seems to mock them.


Now, I actually advise caution with such things.  They are gateways to negativity and can lead to trouble previously described in my recent post Fear Or Caution.


There are many snares in life.  Some are seemingly simple, like asking 'harmless' questions as above.  Some are distracting like celebrity who's who and what's what.  The can even be about a treasonous president and his machinations.


All of it is intended to throw us off track.  It's smoke and mirrors.  When some kind of stink or controversy is raised, look behind the event for what's really going on.


Also, it is so easy to fritter away our gift of time.  We think we have plenty of it.  'Oh, I have all day, week, month, year' etc is often our impression.  Then little things and occasionally major ones get in the way.  Barring for accidents, health etc most time can be eaten up getting side tracked. 


My advice is be aware, as much as you can, what you are doing.  Self awareness is the enemy of waste.  It is the foe of those who would hijack our lives, just to keep us from doing what we nee to do.


A friend in showbiz said don't let time be a trap. 


I say concentrate on our tasks and they will get done.


Don't let time be nicked.  We may only have the nick of time as it is.

Tuesday, February 24, 2015

Familiar Tune

 Santa Anna wrote to the U.S. minister to Mexico, Joel R. Poinsett:

"A hundred years to come my people will not be fit for liberty...a despotism is the proper government for them, but there is no reason why it should not be a wise and virtuous one.

We're in the midst of the 179th anniversary of the Siege of the Alamo.  The story speaks for itself.  !3 days of cannonade and the climax with around 200 patriots dying at the hand of the above quoted megalomaniac's troops.

What he said may well be true.  Mexico went through instability and today teeters on outright despotism and corruption.  However what the Generalissimo said about despotism has never worked, certainly not under his murderous regime.

Did GW Bush channel him with some of his actions and quote?  Was he kidding?  What do you think?  And more, is the current occupier of the Oval Office not seeking to make this work?

Despotism never works.

Many are and will be sacrificed to reestablish the Republic.

You know the drill.  Study and learn.

We are surrounded.  But we have history as experience. 

Let's play our own tune that the enemies foreign and domestic will never forget.

Fear Or Caution

I don't often speak of spiritual things here.  I have and faith/spirit/religion played an overwhelming part in Founding the Republic.

I'm going to preface this next bit by saying I'm not promoting this book.  Get it if you want or don't  Believe or don't. 

I've been reading a book.  It's called Beware the Night.  Ralph Sarchie is a former NYPD Sergeant who was stationed in the Bronx.  And yes, it's a nasty part of the city.  He is also a demonologist, who participates in exorcisms and associated activity.

I'll skip anything else and just say read or no read: up to you.

What strikes me is how evil is detailed and what it tries to do to human beings.  Sarchie says there are two kinds.  Secondary is what people do to one another such as robbery, rape, street crime.  I think most crime falls here, including 'high crimes and misdemeanors' (though some bleeds literally into the other type).  Primary is demonic activity, the ultimate hatred and rejection of God, all that's good, actual infestation, oppression and possession.

Now There is plenty of bleeding over as I said, but there is a callousness and hatred of humanity that one can sense if not see it.

The obvious course of the fallen is to destroy God's Creation and make it in its own likeness.  I believe part of that plan is evident in collectivism of all kinds. It's the commixture.  I've pointed to this before and am again reminded of that thing Alinsky dedicating his rules for radicals to Lucifer, 'the first radical' as he calls it.  I call it the first psychopath.

As usual, I leave it to you all regarding research, soul searching and faith.  But the parallels are evident to me.

The Founding of the Republic was based in Light, faith in God, in Jesus.  Our enemies are based in dehumanizing enslavement.  That is certainly the M.O. of the demonic.

A couple of primary tools are the installation of fear and isolation, where there is debilitating self doubt and eventually giving up, surrendering.

I have said many times don't let fear get you down. 

The word can of course mean frighten.  It can mean to fill with awe.  The former is darkness' goal.  The latter is the goal of Light.

We can turn the table on evil.  We can instill fear ie frighten it.  It is afraid already,  Thus the darkside's manic attempts at possession and destabilizing people and gov.    Whether it's the machinations of fallen angels, their disciples or those in gov (Where there are an abundance methinks.  Just look at history especially currently.). 

Be cautionary.  Angels don't fear to tread.  They, like we, plan.

Saturday, January 31, 2015

Clock Hands

My computer has the time and date in the lower right hand corner.  Click the mouse and it shows the day as well.  Also there is a calendar showing the month and a forward or reverse carat that can take you back or forward, presumably ad infinitum.  Don't have time to find out nor the motivation, if there were one, to see lol.  As well there is a clock.  It has a dial, with hour and second hands.  Below, it displays the time ticking off digitally and below that there is a feature to adjust for time zones.


When I was a kid, just about every clock was the dial kind.  I was taught about the big hand for minutes and the little hand for hours.  Also, one could watch the second hand tick tick tick to the next minute and beyond.


I never had 'time' to watch the seconds, minutes, hours fritter away.  I was a busy kid with lots of growing up to do.   I'm still a busy kid.  There is always more to learn.


In this digital age, I hope many skills either remain intact or at least might be reacquired.


I've heard and seen so much dependence on others.  I've talked of the throwaway society we have become.


Now of course one can't know everything.  Skills being shared might alleviate this but the need for specialists has narrowed.  People are beating themselves out of usefulness.


We may need to get back to basics.  Perhaps we need to find out what makes things tick.


The big and little hands are coming together.  They approach the midnight hour.


What lies beyond dwells inside us as much as around us.  And above.

Friday, January 30, 2015

Rocks And Hard Places

Police.  I've known a variety of them and for decades.  As I said, I almost became one myself.

I believe many people become cops to serve, to help.  Some get off on the power trip.  At any rate, there is increased disillusionment when faced with life on the street.

Cops, whatever the stripe, usually see the worst of humanity.  Quite a few become jaded.  Personal problems can ensue if they bring this home  or take it out on the job.

We are concerned with militarization of police as well we should.  Police work is not like that of the military.  Cops are supposed to be peace officers, there actions by and large are not martial.  Military mission is primarily to fight and win war.  Police are supposed to be peace officers, civilians who patrol to apprehend criminals.  Military can be preemptive while cops usually respond after the fact.

As usual, research all of this.  The internet is full of relevant sources.

Now that I've given you the pamphlet info, here is my point.

Police must be responsible for their actions.  They should serve the people and not the state.  Though police work is not covered in the Constitution, we are a Constitutional Republic.  Therefore, we must have checks and balances for all offices and their duties or disband them.

Police brutality must be stopped.  This responsibility lies with all of us.  They're subject to the same laws as the rest of us.  Military btw are responsible to the Uniform Code of Military Justice, though some affairs spill into civilian court.

I like David Codrea's term 'only ones' for cops at all levels.  It refers to the attitude that cops have a special dispensation the rest of us do not have.  Not so, though it's an uphill battle to make them accountable.

Worrisome is the fact that we cede more and more of our rights.   More problematic is the fact cops are serving the state as we surrender our rights.

Cops who try to do things 'the old way' are between a rock and a hard place.  Cops who legitimately defend themselves are trapped too, just as the rest of us can be.  It is an endemic right for us all   They are, after all, civilians with badges.  We all have the right to carry weaponry for self defense.  We must all be responsible.

Cops have become pawns, either as state enforcement or convenient excuses for subversion by collectivists.  The aim is to nationalize them while we are disarmed.  The iron fist, which destroys from within as evidenced in every collectivist dictatorship including monarchies from time in memorial, demands complete control and accountability only to the state.

I might be in between a rock and hard place myself for this post.  There is, however, a solution.  We return responsibility to the people. 

As I say, we must work bit by bit to accomplish this.

Otherwise, rocks and hard places will crumble and tumble, taking us all with them. 

We are all in this together for weal or woe.

Thursday, January 29, 2015

2nd Chances And Nights

I often have pretty much a plethora of things to blog.  I mainly leave it open til my usual 4 posts at the end of a month.  And btw, I've already have explained my cutting back.


At times, I wonder if anything grabs me to share.  After all, so many talk about so much, I don't want to be redundant.  And most regulars here are cognizant I usually only offer a palette for a portrait.  I urge everyone to research and dig.  Hopefully, I light brushfires in the minds of men and women -s- to paraphrase Sam Adams.


The following struck me just this morning.


These collectivists won't stop til we are completely unarmed.
http://www.examiner.com/article/ct-bill-would-give-residents-another-chance-to-have-their-guns-confiscated
The arrogance of those who think they know better than individuals.    Behold:
Pinciaro adds that he’s glad a new bill wasn’t necessary — lawmakers were considering changes that would have extended the deadline beyond Jan. 4.
“Now we’re saying, ‘OK, we gave them eight months, what else can we do for them now?’ That’s not the way any other law works,” he says.


And this which I found at SipseyStreet as a piquant reminder of what happens when armed collectivists 'control' the unarmed:
http://sipseystreetirregulars.blogspot.com/2015/01/never-forget.html


In light of the 70th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz, this says volumes.


Will night fall?  Do we get a second chance?


In the face of tyranny I say Nie Wieder!