As does Thomas Sowell.
Good on the Texicans.
Understand that there are powerful institutions and constituencies driving the entire world towards a massive slave colony.
At current course and speed, they will win.
Harden your hearts.
It’s coming to visit you in your neighborhood.
As Mr. Marley sang:
Emancipate yourself from mental slavery
None but ourselves can free our minds…
Just wait for what President Hillary’s SecState will do.
Just remember to buy shit-tons of ammo for that thing.
Paylie Roberts spent the first eight years of her life living under communist rule in Poland. From age eight on she grew up in the US and became so Americanized that she refused to acknowledge her native Polish heritage, including her birth name. Only after researching the history of why her family was exiled from Poland by the communist government did she realize the tremendously important and unique lessons that the Polish Solidarity movement offers about overcoming tyranny, oppression, and corruption, and how these lessons are imminently relevant and applicable to America today. Paylie combines her personal story with historical facts and sheds light on the many unnerving similarities between growing up in communist Poland in the early 1980s and life in the US now, in a way that is engaging, insightful and inspiring. She recounts her memories of living under the Soviet Union’s rule over Poland, as her family struggled along with most other Poles just to survive. This book also includes memories that are only told by Poles as they were never recorded in “official” history due to media censorship during those years. Paylie wrote this book not only to honor the brave Polish people (including her parents) for defeating tyranny using largely non-violent means, but also with the hope of spreading knowledge that could help prevent her worst fears from manifesting regarding what the future in “free” America may hold.
My two cents:
Essential in understanding the former United States of America both today and tomorrow, “Memories of Poland” is well-written, heavily footnoted, and tragically persuasive. In capturing what life was like behind the Iron Curtain, the author shows us what life will be like here as socialist tyranny progresses. Even more importantly, she explains how the captive Polish people were able to defy their rulers and create a new future for their country.
Buy two copies: one for you, and one to be shared by the young people in your life.
From where do you think the collectivism plague originated?
Reading it will double your Voluntary Reparations Assessment come this January.
Play for keeps.
The riots will not subside until January, at the least.
Not to worry.
I am sure that the procedure wouldn’t ever be used against someone like you.
I’m sure Ms. Abedin did not adopt any of her father’s views.
Systemic fraud and insolvency.
In both finance and government.
…To prevent Leftist anger-in-discourse from gaining its objectives, we must meet anger with anger – and our anger must be of incomparably greater magnitude.
There’s already a perceptible movement in that direction. Whites are sick and tired for being blamed for the myriad failures of American blacks. Christians are sick and tired of being persecuted de facto for their beliefs. Men have pretty much had it with feminists and their endless shrill denunciations. And so on.
It’s a start, but only a start. It must grow, and become vocal, and to the extent required by circumstances – girls, hold onto your boyfriends — it must meet violence with superior force.
That will be a sticking point for many, who prefer to leave “that sort of thing” to the politicians, organizers, and commentators (and the superior force part, of course, to “the authorities”). However, dealing ourselves out because we’re private persons who “just want to be left alone” is no longer viable…especially as “the authorities” are tacitly complicit in the Left’s tactics. Consider the “official” reactions to the rioting in Ferguson, Baltimore, Charlotte, and Milwaukee.
— Fran Poretto, The Anger Gambit
As noted here, this is the situation today in FUSA, circa Fall, 2016:
…[I]mplicit in the TINVOWOOT statement is the statement that future governance will be – can only be – decided by the application of combat power or the threat thereof.
Think about that today.
If you aren’t, they will win.