Tuesday, June 30, 2015

You First

I think a trip into the fantastic is just what the mad doctor ordered.  Although, the collectivists are quite busy dancing a jig or jiggery pokery recently.  He who laughs last laughs best.

I'm reminded of a horror movie called Bless the Child.  It's about a child with special powers who is a gift of Light to the world.  Of course the darkside aka satan and its minions are jealous and search for the girl, in hopes of corrupting her and turning her to evil.

Care is taken in research and behavior re the villains, as well as the forces of good.  The main minion is a former child star who has started a cult for self enlightenment.  It is a cover for an inner core of Satanists spreading darkness and the delusional hope (and change? -s-) the devil will conquer Creation.

Stay with me here.  I think the symbolism is significant in what we call reality.

The child is raised by her aunt when the mother, a junkie, abandons her.  The kid seems autistic, but she is actually 'in another place' as it were and starts exhibiting gifts of levitation and most importantly healing.

When she turns six, the mother returns to reclaim her.  She is in the company of the cult leader.  They end up kidnapping the girl.  Desperate, the aunt turns to an FBI specialist in the occult.  He states that the leader is quite suspect but, because of money and influence, remains untouchable.  Btw, sound like anyone we know?

Along the way, the aunt tries to grab the kid back.  She ends up in a car dangling from a bridge.  A stranger appears and gets her to take his hand, rescuing her just as the car careens and bursts into flame.  This stranger disappears.

Similarly, the agent is frustrated investigating a string of child kidnappings, tortures and murders.  These are actually vain attempts by the evil ones to locate the special child.  He sits at his desk, rater dejected, when a janitor comes into the room.  As he cleans up, he reinstills hope (obviously the good kind) in the agent.  As he leaves he tells the agent that 'good people are never alone'.  On the windowsill, a bouquet of wilted lilys are amazingly fresh again.

There are various attempts to corrupt the girl while she's in the clutches of the Satanists.   She manages to always turn the tables on them. At one point, frustrated, the leader takes her to the roof of their townhouse.  He tells her the story of Jesus confronted by the leader's 'god' or master who tempts Him several times.  One is the story of telling Jesus to leap from the mountain and that angels would rescue him.  Instead of explaining further, he tells the girl to jump from the building, that surely her God would rescue her.  He brags that his god would help her if she refused.

She turns, sits on the ledge and says, 'you first'.  This enrages him and he almost flings her over, but realizes his master would be displeased.

Eventually there is a showdown between the Angels and satan.  The Angels win and the child rescued.  I recommend this flick no matter what you believe.  It illustrates quite well the nature of good and evil.

Back to the rooftop.  By saying 'you first' a six year old child outsmarts fiendish cleverness.  The pomp and pride of hell is vanquished by a child who is wise and loving.

I believe as do many who may read this, that there are levels of existence beyond what we see.  Specifically Body, our physical bodies, Mind, our thoughts, who we are, Psyche, God's imparting spiritual wisdom and of course Spirit, our immortal souls.

You don't have to agree.  But, think about what's going on.

We are in a war between good and evil.  It is evidenced by the attempted destruction of our Republic and our work to bit by bit Restore it.

We are tempted to either throw in the towel, rage on or to overcome. 

We can turn the tables on our enemies.  Their pride, so evident right now, is their downfall.

Destruction?  Yes.  Theirs 

Be calm smile and say 'you first'.

And remember, good people are never alone.

Monday, June 29, 2015


No, not the guy on cheers or Morn on Deep Space Nine.  Normality.  I will surely catch holy or unholy hell from some for this.

Norm is widespread, usual practice, way of doing things etc.  Heterosexuality is a norm for instance.  This will leave me open to scorn by many a collectivist.  So, what's new?

I'm not here to condone nor condemn 'gays'.  I am merely stating they exist, around 2%.  Always have probably always will.

I will tell you, as with any group, be it sexual, racial (they are different things in spite of attempts to equate gays with blacks) or otherwise, there are good, evil and in between.  There are homosexuals who are Freedom minded, as there are those who seek the goals of collectivism.  As for sin, we all have done. 

Homos (short for those not derisive) are exploited by collectivists, string pullers, true believers or those closer to the elite, just as are certain religions, religions, races.

The latest dust up is an example of this.  Radical gays will use any excuse to attack and destroy Christianity in particular.  There are always those who wish to lord it over others.

That is a collectivist trait, belying a supposed 'classless' society.  That 'classless' will never happen, no matter the type of society formed.  If you like, the Bertha better'n yous are endemic of fallen nature.

Content of character is one of the most important qualities for a Republic to survive or revive.  What the collectivists hope for is division, with acceptance forced on all.  Also, the chaos that's ensuing makes these mokes giddy with glee.  They hate true free will unity.  Communism etc cannot survive in a healthy, truthful society.

Back to the point.  The norm is heterosexuality.  Men and women are literally made and wired that way.  I'll be labelled a 'hater' for telling this simple truth.  Taking a stand for Liberty has already drawn attention from, shall we say, quite a motley crew.

I'm not going into nature vs nurture nor anything about condemnation.  We each must find our way.  I'll get pelted by some religious folks for this.

Look what's going on re courts making law.  THAT'S abnormal!

Fight subversion with truth, being true to the Constitutional Republic.

That's the norm.

Sunday, June 28, 2015

Black Confederates

Did they exist?  Or must we swallow collectivist revision and, according to one report, there were only two documented soldiers.  Hmmm.  I've read estimates of up to 100,000.  Most say at least 65,000.

Remember, government tends to be overweaning.  Collectivists like to emphasize proslavery quotes of that time to 'prove' the 2nd War of Independence was racist.  They deemphasize Lincoln's etal racism.  Remember, the Marxists were prounion.  As stated in 'Dixie', I contend the Marxists had a better chance at subversion if the Union were more statist.  The Confederacy was a throwback to the original Constitutional intent.  Therefore, it behooved the new growing cancer to spread up North.

Mentioning ANY black participation, particularly freemen, was detrimental to the subversion sought then and now.  Blacks were useful tools to progress Marxist views.  As Lincoln was a working class hero to Marx, the oppression of slaves worked for commies.

We suffer from the mistakes of our past.  But when we view, warts and all, the intent and destiny of these united States, when we see how far we have come, E Pluribus Unum makes sense.  It is the antithesis of collectivism.  Individuals remain so, coming together for a common purpose ie to promote and live in Liberty.  Collectivists worship the state,  All is focused there.  No wonder Marx was a Lincoln fanboy.

Broad brushing history is a social crime.  It's done by many to drive home their mindset, goals, etc.  As I always caution, people are more easily controlled when fractious, in factions.  Eradicating the Confederate Battle Flag, destroying Confederate monuments and digging up, displacing Confederate heroes lead only to perpetuation of antipathy.  The collectivists love it.

You might wonder why they didn't make more of the split of the states.  Well they did.  By backing the North, they knew statism would be assured.  It is the breeding ground for collectivism, like a Petri dish of malignant oppression.

If the exploited get kicked to the curb, aka black Confederates and blacks in general, well as long as the goal of worldwide communism is achieved, sobeit.  Foster enmity amongst the winners, losers and the people caught in the middle.  And assassinate a president, all the while demonizing the other.

Am I contending Marxists might have had something to do with Lincoln's death?  Well, they certainly benefitted, along with those who wanted unlimited state power.

Think and pray for the black Confederates.  Pray and act for all of us who wish to destroy collectivism and Restore the Republic.

As for coming together 'as a new nation', we have yet to completely achieve that.

It might be the outcome our enemies will bring about, in spite of their efforts to do otherwise.

Saturday, June 27, 2015


It has many names.  The Civil War, American Civil War, War Between the States, War of Northern Aggression, The Second American Revolution, The Second War of Independence.

I like the last one myself.  A group of American states Constitutionally withdrew from a voluntary union, forming their own country.  Guess this makes me a Southern sympathizer to many.  Call me anything but late to dinner.  I'm on the side of Liberty.

As usual, I'm not going into great detail here.  Search and you will find various sources as to the causes of 1861-1865.  Books and dissertations are filled with it, even the more obscure.  Let's face it, to go for historical fact, you have to dig, because a lot is covered up or sidelined.

And everything I say can be jumped on by the collectivist swarm.  They've been quite busy Alinskyan trolling of late, even more than usual.  There is an attempt to pompously/haughtily refute anything but the prescribed demonization of the South.  Isolated facts play a big part.  These mokes minimalize if they can't sideline or eliminate.

Ragging on a flag is for the creation of hysteria.  Mob mind says it's bad, so eliminate it.  There are even brazen attempts to compare the Confederacy with Nazis.  It's all about control and not letting the right hand know what the left is doing as it were.

Look round for this.  As you know, Marx was still blighting the planet with his life at that time.  He was a fanboy of Lincoln.  Marxists backed the North.  There were Marxists in the Union government.

The commies saw the Confederacy as a threat.  My theory is that, having Constitutionally seceded, there was more danger in those who followed their consciences than the statists up north.

Instead of the split being ably exploited, the commies wanted a union which could be manipulated as a juggernaut to destroy from within.

No wonder the Marxist occupier of the Oval Office and his comrades demonize acts of Liberty.

Was Lincoln a Marxist?  I think he sympathized.

And the result of that War set us on a course for Federal supremacy.

Will history repeat itself?  Success or secession?


Sunday, May 31, 2015

Baby Boy

My former wife has a 200 year old house she is slowly renovating.  I've been helping.  It's a lot of work.  And there are always little human dramas around.

The area itself is relatively stable, except for a rental next to her house and a deserted house just south of that.

Rentals in the 'inner city' are a huge problem.  They are often owned by absentee landlords, even sometimes little corporations which shelter illegal activities.  And bet that there is enough corruption in Indianapolis to perpetuate the problem.  The problem is exacerbated by many who move into the rentals.

Oh oh.  The collectivists will writhe about claiming I'm racist or prejudiced against the poor or some other tired commie rhetoric.  Nope.  It's a fact the rentals are magnets for drug dealers and attendant criminals.  They are hotbeds for trouble.

Over the years, there has been a panoply of shady characters as 'neighbors'.  It's almost exhausting to think of the aforementioned ne'er do wells which blighted the area. 

We have disrupted drug making, dealing, fencing activities among others.  It has made us persona non grata with the criminals.  Allies, enemies and those who are not what they appear could fill a mini series.  Truth is stranger than fiction.

The subject of this post is Baby Boy.  He is a mostly black Pit Bull mix with white feet, chest and tail tip.  He is consistently abused by the 19 year old kid who is among the current inhabitants of the rental.

Baby Boy is yelled at, underfed, hit and left outside on a short chain.  We've had some bad rainstorms lately and he has endured them, curled in the back yard.  Then he barks, begging for attention, to be sheltered and fed.  It is mixed with whines of desperation.

When we first met him, he was surly and suspicious.  He barked and growled, even when I offered him some roast beef, talking to him.  He was passively aggressive and backed up as I approached.

My ex got through to him.  He liked our dog, a girl, and as my ex talked soothingly she fed him dog treats.  I joined her and he started wagging his tail.  We got him food and he ravenously consumed it.

We got to calling him Baby Boy.

The kid is a controlling street punk, or thug if you like.  We suspect drug dealing with his digging up and burying objects in their back yard.  There is no visible means of support as he comes and goes picking up and delivering packages.  An aside:  We happened back one day and a young man of Oriental extraction emerged from the rental.  Ironically, he bore a carry out container bulging with plastic bag sticking out.  When he saw us he got nervous and tucked the sack in.  Like I said, the makings of a mini series.

The kid, btw, is very careful not to do much drug activity on the pot.  However he does get high and likes to stand outside in the middle of the night and sing.  There have been cops a few times, but nothing has come of it.

So, round red robin's barn and back to Baby Boy.

My ex got into an argument with him about the dog.  He claimed to have raised 20 Pit Bulls.  When she asked if they were all mean, he answered yes.  This was in response to how he treated Baby Boy.  She offered to take him and he refused.  We believe the dog is supposed to be the literal outside guard.  He has two Pits in the house.

Oh yes, he has admitted to having a 'temper'.  Spent time in jail as a result.  Hmmm.  We wonder what else there is. 

And his name for this sad dog is 'Street N*****'  Uh-huh.

No deep psychological analysis here.  What we've witnessed is endemic of the thugs who have invaded us from within.

They live in entitled violence ruled hell.  Killing is a right of passage.  Robbing, drugs are just business as usual.  The measure of their twisted version of 'manhood' is to beat down others.

Street gangs and outlaw bikers are a whole different post.  I'm taking a while with this as it is -s-.

Why?  Why bother?  Why not sell her house?  Why endure the stupidity and actual danger?

Where are you gonna go?  Where are you gonna hide?  Reminds me of the quote at the end of Body Snatchers with Gabrielle Anwar, where one of the pod people asked the still human girl why she resists?  The question is left unanswered.

Terrible things are happening.  There is a mobile army amongst us threatening our infrastructure.  Either we expose it or knuckle under.

Strength in love or hate?  We've seen it all before over the centuries.  Might makes right has been the credo of collectivists for a long time.

Will it be love, with the resolve to defend it?  Or will it be terror, abuse and disarmed sheep at the mercy of thugs?

Baby Boy or Street N*****?  Which will it be?

Saturday, May 30, 2015

Uncle Wiggily

I was reminded of a childhood game the other day.  It was one of my favorites.  Uncle Wiggily.

It was a boardgame based on a series of children's stories written by Howard R. Garis.  He was prolific, penning 79 books and many stories over the years.  The illustrations in the books are beautiful, timeless pieces of art.  Search engine Uncle Wiggily and check it out.

Uncle Wiggily was an elderly engaging rabbit who has rheumatism.  He gets around with the help of a red, white, blue cane resembling a barber's pole. 

He takes a lot of trips, goes on many adventures and meets many others on the way.

He encounters 'bad chaps' who make life difficult for him.  They perform pranks and some want to take 'ear nibbles'.  Remember, these were written with little kids in mind, so the violence is played down. 

Uncle Wiggily also has many friends ad allies who travel with him and aid him to safety.  I find it amusing he has a niece and nephew, no kids though.  Why is it these guys/gals are almost always like that?  Donald Duck, Popeye etal have the same situation.  Puritanical overtones?  Who knows lol?

He often helps friends out of bad predicaments before the 'bad chaps' descend.  As well he is aided by them in thwarting bad machinations.  He also relies on his crutch and an occasional 'thing-a-ma-bob' brought along in a satchel against the villains. 

The games takes players from Uncle Wiggily's place to Dr Possum's house.  There are traps and obstacles along the way.

Up to four people can play, so there is a little competition, taking turns and so forth.

About those traps and obstacles, I remember the fox in particular.  Even in early childhood, I figured he'd do more than nibble an ear or prank the Uncle.

Need I point out the analogy?  Real life is more than pranks and ear nibbles.  Our bad chaps are evil, malignant, controlling.  We are in the fight of our lives.

We must be resourceful.  Devise solutions as we go along.  We can't draw another card when it's our turn.  We have to think on our feet.

Being wiggily is helpful.  Flexibility is key.

Perhaps the game was a very early indication of something more.

Unlike wiggling our way out like our slimeball enemies, we simply wade in, with agility.

We need wiggle room and an uncle able and willing to teach us -s-.

Friday, May 29, 2015

Nothing We Can Do

I remember that phrase specifically, though it's common enough with defeatists.

Years ago, I was having a discussion about Freedom with someone showbiz related.  I'd known this person for quite a while.  Most of our previous conversations were relegated to showbiz, actors, movies etc.  This was different.

I mentioned the encroaching tyranny suffered after 911.  Without reiterating all that, she cut the conversation short by saying 'there's nothing we can do' so why bother getting upset.

I had an impression she might be Freedom minded before, thus our chat.  Apparently she was as statist as Star Trek let's say.  You know, the Federation as a socialist state heading to fascist alliance.  No, I'm not going to discuss all that here.  Figure it out for yourselves -s-.  And btw, I'm a ST fan but I never hold back my critique.

That impression of the lady was na├»ve.  Since then, I check out people even more closely.  Paranoid, nosy?  Nah.  Just don't want to waste my time on people such as the one above who impress with 'my mind is made up so don't confuse me with the facts'.

Speaking of Trek, I'd say her attitude was pretty much 'resistance is futile' vis a vis the Borg.

Nothing we can do harks back to that German prof I've mentioned who was a translator at Nuremberg.  She talked of East and West Germany.  Some people sought Freedom and some preferred to be told what to do.  It's easier to be controlled once you give up.

So get lost in science fiction and ignore reality.  Or perhaps you might see a message in the ravioli such as Babylon 5 about fighting on all levels for Freedom.

SOMETHING we can do is resist.  Learn the enemies' ways and fight. 

As for the nothing we can do crowd, well, they reap what they sew.