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  1. Yeap…this might just be the last election…
    Buppert has interesting foresight coming up.

    “Every man to his family and his belongings”

  2. Email sent.

  3. Here’s a video from Patriot Nurse that I can support:

  4. ZeroHedge.com …headline today FYI
    John Podesta’s Best Friend At The DOJ Will Be In Charge Of The DOJ’s Probe Into Huma Abedin Emails
    Oct 31, 2016 4:36 PM

  5. “Every man to his family and his belongings”

  6. Dear Guys,

    Trump announced defunding of Sanctuary cities on his website:


    The Second Amendment is highly restricted by states such as CA, NJ, NY and IL. If threatened by loss of Fed Funds, they would have to seriously consider repealing their unconstitutional laws to stave off severe economic collapse.

    I propose that we gather The Second Amendment Community to ask Trump to announce this ASAP. His website has a suggestion box where we can all let him know:


    Let me know what you think, who to contact and let’s get this rolling!!!


  7. Don’t let the door hit you: http://www.yescalifornia.org/blog

    We should do everything we can to encourage this.

  8. Thanksgiving Was A Triumph Of Capitalism Over Collectivism:
    “In the New World, they wanted to erect a New Jerusalem that would not only be religiously devout, but be built on a new foundation of communal sharing and social altruism. Their goal was the communism of Plato’s Republic, in which all would work and share in common, knowing neither private property nor self-interested acquisitiveness.

    What resulted is recorded in the journal of Governor William Bradford, the head of the colony. The colonists collectively cleared and worked land, but they brought forth neither the bountiful harvest they hoped for, nor did it create a spirit of shared and cheerful brotherhood.

    The less industrious members of the colony came late to their work in the fields, and were slow and easy in their labors. Knowing that they and their families were to receive an equal share of whatever the group produced, they saw little reason to be more diligent their efforts. The harder working among the colonists became resentful that their efforts would be redistributed to the more malingering members of the colony. Soon they, too, were coming late to work and were less energetic in the fields”
    In its entirety at:

  9. I just received this in my email and wanted to share it. It is a good “intro” to people on the NWO:

    “My film, The Conspiracy Project, has won several awards (including Best
    Score) and been an Official Selection in over 8 film festivals.
    Because the world is going a bit crazy now I thought it was important to get the message out as widely as possible.
    The film deals with what’s really going on in the world, but puts it in a way the average person can have. It uses entertainment, art, humor, music to get the message out.
    So I thought it was important to post it for free for all to see. We can’t just keep preaching to the choir. We need a bigger choir.
    Here’s the link. If you like the message and think people need to know this, please share it all over the place.”

    https://youtu.be/-sDSv5WQ1m0? list=PLAw6tJQa5d1M8P_ KsfANRuTpCJv76fQlK

  10. Dear Editors of WRSA,

    Would you please add a link to The Burning Platform? It is a like-minded site.

    I repost a lot of articles I grab from WRSA on TBP.


  11. Also in an emergency, read around some good ideas, whereby
    one can get, for exmple a piece of black tape and punch a smooth
    hole and place tape to glasses in area needed to focus through.

    Have a little fun if you want now -Take a minute at this time and just
    poke a little hole through a piece of paper and try to read type otherwise could not read before without your seeing eye glasses 🙂

    Found this video but suggest to raise your volume:

    I think it is great for emergencies

    • Loose or misplace seeing eye glasses?
      In emergency, one can even grab a leaf and poke some
      holes. Maybe lick it and stick it on shooting eye? 🙂
      Or, punch holes on black tape and stick to regular
      protective eye glasses?

      Bottom line – “Neccesity is the mother of inventions”

  12. Heehee…

  13. “Strike the root while the irony is hot”


  14. Dear Editors of WRSA,

    Please take a look at this video. I think you readers will understand the value of this – the Leftists show their true colors to the camera. It is absolutely amazing.


    Here is the Youtube link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VsoVYStL6gQ

    The Burning Platform

  15. We sent you an email if you could check it out ASAP. Thanks!

  16. WRSA readers may enjoy this post from the Onion, because it really is funny. http://www.theonion.com/article/city-chicago-working-around-clock-clear-18-inches–54833

  17. Here’s some serious news—well, it would be news here if the United States Knesset declared it a crime to criticize Islam or Islamic crimes against humanity.

    The gradual erosion of the First Amendment:
    The U.S. Senate has passed the “Anti-Semitism Awareness Act”


    By Michael Hoffman

    No, this is not a joke, or a newly discovered appendix to a dystopian George Orwell novel. The United States Senate on December 1 did indeed pass the “Anti-Semitism Awareness Act” [complete text is here]. A companion bill has been sent to the House Committee on the Judiciary.

    We are unfortunately all too familiar with this type of abridgment of freedom of speech and press. In Canada, Australia, Britain, France, Germany, Austria, and everywhere that the “error has no rights” standard of the Inquisition has been revived, dissident writers and activists have been fined or imprisoned. Ten years ago yesterday historian David Irving was released from an Austrian prison after serving more than a year for his alleged “anti-Semitic” speech and writing.The American media are mostly not interested. In their view this is the right kind of repression.

    The official explanation for the thought police enabler in the Senate is that the Anti-Semitism Awareness Act “seeks to adopt the U.S. State Department’s definition of anti-Semitism so that the Education Department may consider it in investigating reports of religiously motivated campus crimes.” Note that word: “crimes.” We will return to it in a moment.

    The bill was proposed by Senators Bob Casey, a “family values” Pennsylvania Democrat, and Tim Scott, a South Carolina Republican, and co-sponsored by “Conservative” Republican Sen. Lindsey Graham, also of South Carolina, to “ensure the Education Department has the necessary statutory tools at their disposal to investigate anti-Jewish incidents,” according to a news release.

    The misnamed bill (it’s not about merely raising “awareness”), gives the federal government the authority to investigate ideas, thoughts, and political positions as violations of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. It’s supported by the Israeli lobby in the U.S. and appears to be the work of the Israeli government. Supporters include the American-Israel Public Affairs Committee, the Anti-Defamation League, the Jewish Federations of North America, and the Simon Wiesenthal Center.

    Mainstream media such as the New York Times, which are obsessed with detecting supposed ominous Russian “meddling” in American politics, have reported barely a word about this legislation, which has the fingerprints of a foreign power all over it.

    Senator Casey listed the following examples of anti-Semitic crimes covered by the bill:

    •Accusing Israel as a state of inventing or exaggerating the Holocaust

    •Judging Israel by a double standard that one would not apply to any other democratic nation

    •Demonizing Israel by blaming it for inter-religious or political tensions

    Are political thoughts and words a hate crime which should be investigated by colleges and universities, or the Department of Education? That’s what this Act will require if it passes in the House of Representatives. Should criticizing the government of China be treated as a hate crime against Asian students?

    Passage of the Anti-Semitism Awareness Act will have a chilling effect on freedom of speech at America’s institutes of higher learning, and this is its intent. The Act is an extension of growing Israeli supremacy over our Republic through the implementation of laws consonant with Talmudic halacha, which consists of one law for the lower-souled goyim, and another for the higher-souled Judaics (cf. BT Sanhedrin 57a; Kiddushin 66c; Erubin 21b; Bava Metzia 114b; Kerithoth 6b and 58a; and the Chofetz Chaim’s Mishneh Berurah: O.H. 330, among many other halachot).

    Zionist students on American campuses are free to denigrate, insult and mock every nationality, government and religion on earth. On the glass toilet known as television, Zionist Larry David urinated on a portrait of Jesus Christ in October of 2009, on the HBO TV show, “Curb Your Enthusiasm.” There’s no “Anti-Christian Awareness Act” on the legislative agenda of our cowardly Congress.

    Thus far the Los Angeles Times has been one of the few newspapers willing to broach this topic. In a Times’ guest editorial Liz Jackson writes: “This fall, Berkeley suspended an academic course called ‘Palestine: a Settler Colonial Inquiry’ after complaints from the same Israeli advocacy organizations who had previously tried to get the Education Department to stifle campus debate. This is how the chilling effect plays out. Campus administrators understand the specter of federal investigations —not just the threat of losing funding, but the fallout from bad headlines — and they suppress legitimate speech to avoid problems.”

    To add insult to injury, the Anti-Semitism Awareness Act contains the following coda: “Nothing in this Act, or an amendment made by this Act, shall be construed to diminish or infringe upon any right protected under the First Amendment to the Constitution of the United States.”

    Sure. And some are more equal than others.



  18. Dear Editors of WRSA,

    I just posted this at The Burning Platform. Would you be interested in reposting it on WRSA?

    It turns out that our “Elector of Conscience” from Texas, Christopher Supron, who leading the charge to deny Trump the Presidency, is a real scumbag, who was trying to cheat on his wife via Ashley Madison.


    I took this from GotNews.com. Please credit them if you use this.

    Thank you.


  19. What’s going on with wirecutter?

  20. Hi CA,
    Noticing that you have linked FIJA dot org on resources,
    I am letting you know that a friend is doing an interview
    today at 6 PM Eastern Time:

    “Truth Attack Hour. Today’s Topic: I will be interviewing Fully Informed Jury Activist Julian Heickle (who is at least 80 years old)! Tune in today and every Tuesday at 6:00 p.m. EST (rebroadcast Wednesdays at 1:00 A.M., 11:00 A.M. EST)—for news and analysis you won’t hear anywhere else! Go to http://www.LWRN.net and click on “On the Air – Click to Listen”. Watch “Hillary, The Movie” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IOYETKzLVeY. Do Share Far and Wide!”

    You know, it is all really about “Love your neighbor” 😉

    “Everyman to his family and his belongings”

  21. Happy Acres has been taken down from Tumbler

  22. I get why you like your “Vietnamese” poster, but it would have more impact IF YOU SPELLED THE CAPTION CORRECTLY like this: sát cộng
    Currently you have the wrong tone marker on the first word and the wrong vowel on the second word.
    Why not fix it? The misspelling seriously weakens the point.

  23. It has been suggested that the recent shopping mall disturbances could be practice runs for the Inauguration on 1/20. The ‘spontaneous’ events that happened shortly after the election would seem to support this.

    So, we know what’s coming. We know where it will be happening – in my area, I’d look to the same places that were targeted in November. And we have a pretty good time frame as to when it will be happening.

    Hypothetically speaking, of course – if someone wanted to have some counterinsurgency-type fun on 1/20, what would be some of the best ways to do that?

    I have a few ideas, but it would be great if we could get a post going and get some more. Here are a couple of mine:

    Drive-by bear spray. A motorcycle would be ideal since it can go places cars can’t. Also, it’s much easier to put tape over the license plate (and then tear it off when done) on a bike than with a larger vehicle. But this would not be out of the question with other vehicles.

    If you happen to have access to a rooftop or other high ground adjacent to the OPFOR’s route, this would open up all sorts of possibilities. I’ve heard that it’s a bitch to wash transmission fluid off.

    Slingshots are another possibility for drive-bys. Aim low. It’s probably in everyone’s best interest to keep things less than lethal. We want comedy at the expense of others, not martyrs.

    Hit and run will be the tactic in most instances. You will be almost certainly outnumbered, and some of the OPFOR can move pretty quick when properly motivated. A properly sized piece of lumber would be handy if you get swarmed, but you really don’t want to engage.

    Take note that all of the tools I’m listing here are less than lethal, and cheap. If you have to drive across town and drop it into a dumpster behind a strip mall, it’s no big loss.

    One of the things I’m having trouble with is how to impede the progress of the OPFOR on their routes without affecting legitimate traffic. Things like roofing nails, motor oil, etc. will slow down the bad guys but also impact citizens trying to get home from work. Any suggestions here would be greatly appreciated.

  24. Happy New Year to you all, and hope that you, as Living Stones,
    continue to gather, as what is known to CA “meatspace,” and “flesh
    up” 🙂

    Ecclesiastes 3

    3 To every thing there is a season, and a time to every purpose under the heaven:
    2 A time to be born, and a time to die; a time to plant, and a time to pluck up that which is planted;
    3 A time to kill, and a time to heal; a time to break down, and a time to build up;
    4 A time to weep, and a time to laugh; a time to mourn, and a time to dance;
    5 A time to cast away stones, and a time to gather stones together; a time to embrace, and a time to refrain from embracing;
    6 A time to get, and a time to lose; a time to keep, and a time to cast away;
    7 A time to rend, and a time to sew; a time to keep silence, and a time to speak;
    8 A time to love, and a time to hate; a time of war, and a time of peace.

    “Seek ye His Kingdom and His Righteousness”

  25. Hi, this is a pretty clever use of available technology for the grid-down hospital….


  26. Of possible interest:

    art 5. The good stuff. Read up on psyops. Meet your neighbors (or move to where we’re all neighbors). Canned food. Ammo. Training.


  27. Email

  28. I’ve sent you an email under lovelong, please take a look at it.

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