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  1. “Republicanism will work once the Constitution is restored. The “patriots” of Constitution Restoration said so.”/ S//

    • SameNoKami

      Returning to rule by dictate of a Catholic King will work.
      Mr. Barry promises. /S//

      • Jimmy the Saint

        Well, Vlad Tepes did deliver low crime and secure borders. Charged his subjects up the ass for it, though.

    • FrozenPatriot

      If you have a more tenable solution, we’re all ears…because your petulant mockery is growing increasingly dull.

      And, no, the anarchist utopia is no more sustainable than is the communist utopia. The masses are far too stupid and unwilling to conduct their own affairs without being told what to do.

    • I will happily put the record of constitutional republicanism up against whatever you think is a superior alternative. No system of government is foolproof. Checks and balances will only go so far if people are unwilling to enforce them. That doesn’t negate the concept though. The fact that we are over 200 years into this experiment and they have still not fully enacted their tyrannical designs is testament enough.

      What’s your proposal then? Re-establish the Inquisitorius? Put those who dare challenge that Marxist Jesuit in Rome on the rack and the wheel? Have you proposed marriage to St. Barnhardt yet? You and she could be the founders of a new Roman theocracy.

    • SFC, with respect, I’d offer that ‘small ‘r’ republicanism’ just might work when/if we can restore the government to the bindings of the Constitution, no matter how imperfect it is, so long as we HOLD THOSE WE ELECT ACCOUNTABLE to the same law that we’re all equal under (not to be . confused with the false belief that we’re born equal in all respects) and DO NOT TOLERATE (in the extreme) violations of what is black letter law.. Letting the elected officials slide, trusting them without verification of their actions, allowing them to enrich themselves (as in Congress voting their own pay raises), believing and living with the false belief that some pigs are more equal than others (in the eyes of the law) and breeding cowardice in ourselves in the sense that no one believes their personal sacrifice is worth the future of their country is how we got in this mess…IMHO.

    • SFC Barry promises no such thing.

      Unlike Constitutionalists Barry is not delusional.

      Barry knows the distinction between ought, probable, and possible. Ought is in principle — America ought be a Catholic monarchy. The probability of that is zero. And although all things are possible with God, it is a certainty that God has abandoned America to its depravity so it is safe to say that it is impossible for America to but continue its slide steadily downward into “The Pit.” The more the Constitution is defended the looser underfoot becomes the ground.

      Constitutionalist will object that the Constitution is the principle. Barry agrees with them.

      So while Constitutionalist are scrabbling against the landslide of their own creation Barry is munching pop corn and sipping beer watching as the ground gives way beneath their scrabbling.

      Or, as he has said, “Mahleur is the best they’ll ever do.”

      And as for those who would conflate Barry (or the fiery Miss Barnhardt) with attacks on Catholicism Barry will gently remark that it is typical of Americans to have exceptionally strong opinions on subjects about which they are profoundly ignorant.


  2. I wonder if he is from Venezuela? Worked perfectly there.

    Waiting for the inevitable Venezuelan cannibalism stories. Maybe in another week.

    • The low information sheep dont even know where venezuela is and the media dutifully keeps them in the dark.

      You need to understand that the base of the democrst party have probably never seen a world map let alone read the news aside from the feed on facebook.


        Another aspect of the Venezuelan situation is the rich elites still have food and comforts. If cannibalism happens, let’s hope the starving masses storm the enclaves of the rich slobs and eat them. Then, we can send the videos to all of our elected officials, NGO parasites, and the Cosmic White Hollywood elites.

  3. (((Oberlin))). She reminds me of a Red Princess I usta know. Actually, several such

  4. Jimmy the Saint

    We’re in luck, then. Millennials now outnumber Boomers, and they’re far more pro-socialist, and favor totalitarianism. The Glorious Future will soon be here, comrades!

    • There’s the rub. No Sumters = Cattle Cars for the children. It’s really that simple, we either get our shit together and start going after the bad people or our kids are dead meat. LaVoy is among many to confront badness. It’s gonna take a lot of us to do this and we can’t do it if we’re dead or infirmed. Times short. The future generations have no clue how fucked we’ve left them. They think everything is grand.

  5. You bet, cupcake.



  6. nighthawk

    Yes, and tomorrow pigs will fly.
    How can supposedly intelligent people be so ignorant and unpatriotic?

    • All he needs to do is listen to a lil lee greenwood and be a good lil law abiding citizen and get the permit.

  7. SameNoKami

    Depends on what the definition of ‘will work’ is.

  8. The Usual Suspect

    The same things were asked about the intelligent, highly
    educated Germans shortly before they began burning
    Europe down a few decades ago.

  9. I don’t take no orders from no hippie dames.

  10. Alfred E. Neuman

    Reblogged this on ETC., ETC., & ETC..

  11. from:

    Socialism is a noun defined as a “political and economic theory of social organization that advocates that the means of production, distribution, and exchange should be owned or regulated by the community as a whole.”

    Its synonyms are listed as: leftism, welfarism; radicalism, progressivism, social democracy; communism, Marxism,

    It has been said that “Under Capitalism man exploits man; under Socialism the process is reversed.”
    “Socialism works in two places: Heaven where they don’t need it, and hell where they already have It.” –Ronald Reagan
    Socialism as a “political and economic” system requires that the people give power to the state to take away from those who have to give to those who think they do not have enough. It is rooted in coveting your neighbor’s goods and possessions for your personal benefit. The men who exercise force to redistribute the wealth of that “political and economic” system call themselves Benefactors.

    Somewhere along the way, some people began to believe that we collectively had the right to decide what was good and evil, not only for ourselves, but for our neighbor, as well. We called it democracy.

    In early America, the success and prosperity of the people was, no doubt in part, due to the fact that “The churches in New England were so many nurseries of freemen, training them in the principles of self-government and accustoming them to the feeling of independence. In these petty organizations were developed, in practice, the principles of individual and national freedom. Each church was a republic in embryo. The fiction became a fact, the abstraction a reality…”[1]

    Americans have moved from a virtuous self reliant republic to covetous “democracy in a republic.”[2] This process is done more by contract, application, and participation than by vote.

    The people have become a nation of consumers, who willing bite their neighbor for their own personal security. People have fallen in love with the benefits offered by democracy. But at what price?

    James Madison, 1787, stated in the Federalist Paper #10 that “Democracy is the most vile form of government … democracies have ever been spectacles of turbulence and contention: have ever been found incompatible with personal security or the rights of property: and have in general been as short in their lives as they have been violent in their deaths.” Fisher Ames, an author of the First Amendment, said, “A democracy is a volcano which conceals the fiery materials of its own destruction. These will produce an eruption and carry desolation in their way.” In 1815 John Adams: “Democracy… while it lasts is more bloody than either [aristocracy or monarchy]. Remember, democracy never lasts long. It soon wastes, exhausts, and murders itself. There is never a democracy that did not commit suicide.”

    John Marshall, longest serving Chief Justice of the Supreme Court, “Between a balanced Republic and a democracy, the difference is like that between order and chaos.” Even Alexander Hamilton said “Real Liberty is never found in despotism or in the extremes of Democracy.” Benjamin Franklin warned emphatically that “When the people find they can vote themselves money, that will herald the end of the republic.” He understood that a “Democracy is two wolves and a lamb voting on what to have for lunch. Liberty is a well-armed lamb contesting the vote!”

    Long before these men voiced their objections Plato postulated “Dictatorship naturally arises out of democracy…” And long after Adams, Ralph Waldo Emerson said “Democracy is morose, and runs to anarchy.” Winston Churchill wrote that: “Socialism is a philosophy of failure, the creed of ignorance, and the gospel of envy, its inherent virtue is the equal sharing of misery.” He went on to say that “The best argument against democracy is a five-minute conversation with the average voter.”

    More recently historian and Congressman Ron Paul said “Our country’s founders cherished liberty, not democracy.” I did find that Karl Marx, who was an advocate of communism, claimed “Democracy is the road to socialism.”

    “It is difficult to understand, how any one who has read the proceedings of the Federal Convention can believe that it was the intention of that body to establish a democratic government.”[3]
    “Accustomed to trampling on the rights of others you have lost the genius of your own independence and become the fit subjects of the first cunning tyrant who rises among you.”[4]
    “Under a democratic government, the citizens exercise the powers of sovereignty; and those powers will be first abused, and afterwards lost, if they are committed to an unwieldy multitude.”[5]
    “Thou shalt not follow a multitude to [do] evil; neither shalt thou speak in a cause to decline after many to wrest [judgment]:” Exodus 23:2
    “A simple democracy is the devil’s own government.”[6]

    In its entirety plus lots more at:

    “Seek ye His Kingdom and His Righteousness”

    Eyes Right,