Category Archives: Terrorism

Government Informant Gone Wild

Notorious and self-proclaimed government informant, Glenn Miller, shot three Christians on Sunday in Kansas…and that land issue thing in Nevada is just an oddly timed coincidence of course that is best to just forget about.

Of course, the media is content to leave it as an anti-Semitic hate crime.

Go figure.

Worth noting: Kirk Lyons who was instrumental in getting Andreas Strassmeir into and out of the country, suggests Miller was a trigger man for a murder many decades ago, that law enforcement overlooked.

Before You Rejoice…

The pro-war, any war crowd is whooping and hollering over Obama’s kidnapping of Abu Anas al-Libi. These folks may not like many of Obama’s policies, but any exercise of executive force makes them melt into puddles of red-white-and-blue love.

Judge Andrew Napolitano offers these words of warning to this kind of behavior:

Fact: We are not at war with Libya. Fact: We cannot lawfully – under international law, American law or Libyan law – engage in law enforcement or offensive operations in Libya without the express consent of the local and national authorities. Fact: As a defendant in federal court in the Second Circuit, al-Libi must be brought to a federal judge in New York City within 48 hours of his arrest.

Don’t hold your breath waiting for him in lower Manhattan, as the feds will “debrief” al-Libi aboard ship before turning him over to federal prosecutors for trial. One can only imagine what that debriefing will be like. It will no doubt consist of torture. That’s why the interrogation is being conducted on the high seas, where the government will claim it is free to disobey any federal law. And that’s why the Geneva Conventions prohibit housing prisoners of war aboard ship.

The rogue regime in DC knows this, but does not care. At the moment, it feels immune to blowback, despite the lesson of 9/11. Let’s see how much longer it can keep its eyes shut to reality.

Those patriots who swoon at the sight of “our” boys in action had better remember that this is a “global” war on terror, and the armed forces of the DC Empire not only claim that its power extends to the “homeland,” but that the rules of engagement–actually, no rules limiting who can be detained or even snuffed–also apply to the entire globe. That includes the place where you live.

“White Widow” is prime suspect in Kenyan mall massacre

** UPDATE **

White Widow reported killed by Kenyan security forces

Here’s everything you need to know about Samantha Lewthwaite:

A British official told Andrew Malone of the London Daily Mail that a British woman known as the “White Widow” was suspected to be among the terrorists involved in the Kenya attack. Samantha Lewthwaite, 29, converted to Islam and married a Muslim man, Jermaine Lindsay, she met through an online chat room when she was 17. Lindsay killed himself in a suicide bombing that was one of the so-called “7/7? attacks on July 7, 2005, that killed 52 people in bombings on subways and buses in London.

Self-hating whites are as misguided and evil as the adherents of any other suicide cult. It’s a pity they have to take others down with them.

Dr. Kevin MacDonald is a threat to civilization

Or so says the Southern Poverty Law Center. Why? Because in addition to all the verboten acts MacDonald has committed, he has now written a blurb for a novel:

What’s most remarkable, however, is MacDonald’s apparent endorsement of at least imagined violence against his enemies. This drift from scholarly professor to bloodthirsty militant seemed to begin in 2010, when MacDonald wrote a blurb for White Apocalypse, a novel penned by then-budding racist Kyle Bristow. The book’s plot revolves around a series of violent revenge fantasies against Jewish professors, Latino and Native American activists, and the Southern Poverty Law Center.

You see, writing a favorable blurb for a novel in which characters die is the worst thing that anyone could do — much worse than, say, planting real bombs to kill real people. I’m referring to Dr. William Ayers, whom the SPLC once praised for his efforts on behalf of “social justice” (translation: socialism) and against “racism” (translation: against Whites).

Fortunately, Ayers’s bombs failed to work as intended — after all, his major was in “Education,” so he has no useful skills — however, the point is that he not only intended to commit mass murder, but is unrepentant:

Regarding his violent radical past: “I don’t regret setting bombs. I feel we didn’t do enough.” When asked if he would “do it all again,” he replied, “I don’t want to discount the possibility.”

Asked what would happen after the revolution succeeded and the government was overthrown, he stated he believed the government “would have to eliminate 25 million Americans who would not conform to the new order.”

The SPLC’s standard is that fictional violence against leftist fictional characters is a bad, bad thing, but actually wanting to snuff out 25 million people who refuse to accept communism is “idealistic.” So now we know.

They’re ba-ack!

Remember the coalition of big-government supporters who bullied and frightened us into supporting the Iraq War? That war, by the way, crippled both the economy and over 100,000 American troops, and spawned the USA Patriot Act.

Well, they have something else to sell you, so you better listen up:

Edward Snowden is an enemy of the people. The patriotic peoples of the United States of America are in perfect solidarity with their humble servants in the National Security Agency, who labor day and night to protect them from terrorists.”

Yes, the same chorus that sang the praises of the Iraq War, the Department of Homeland Security, and indefinite detention, is now demanding the head of Edward Snowden.

Here’s everyone’s favorite name-dropper and fear-monger, Thomas Friedman:

“I do wonder if some of those who unequivocally defend this disclosure are behaving as if 9/11 never happened — that the only thing we have to fear is government intrusion in our lives, not the intrusion of those who gather in secret cells in Yemen, Afghanistan and Pakistan and plot how to topple our tallest buildings or bring down U.S. airliners with bombs planted inside underwear, tennis shoes or computer printers.”

Yes, the li’l ol’ US of A was just sitting there, minding its own business on 9/11 when those dastardly terrorists slipped past the ever-vigilant George W. Bush and attacked the World Trade Center. And if you object to the National Security Agency monitoring your emails and phone conversations, it will happen again, and it will be your fault. So says Thomas Friedman, who is never wrong.

David Brooks, who went down fighting for the Bush-Cheney storyboard even after Bush and Cheney abandoned it, wonders how Americans could take a high school dropout seriously, then finishes Snowden off with this killshot:

“He betrayed the Constitution. The founders did not create the United States so that some solitary 29-year-old could make unilateral decisions about what should be exposed. Snowden self-indulgently short-circuited the democratic structures of accountability, putting his own preferences above everything else.”

Yes, of course. The Founders really wanted an all-powerful central government working in the shadows to give itself the power to monitor, indefinitely imprison, and even assassinate enemies.

Andrew Sullivan, who famously called for fellow homosexuals to cheer on Bush’s wars in the name of the Global War of Homosexual Liberation, now counsels Americans to hush up about the leaked documents and trust their betters in DC.

But remember, it’s not just the DC-embedded elite columnists who create consensus. There’s a role for blue-collar advocates, too. In the runup to the Iraq War, a coalition of progressive and conservative grass-roots bloggers sounded the alarm about Saddam Hussein’s plot to conquer and enslave us all. Of course, when no WMD were found, and the Iraqi insurgents took up W’s challenge to “bring it on,” many of these former war supporters, like their national columnist allies, backed away from the war and started pointing fingers. Even more embarrassing, the right- and left-wing blogs, such as American Power, The Other McCain, and Little Green Footballs, started sniping at each other in what I called the “Little Green Meltdown.”

But Edward Snowden’s leaks have brought them back together. Charles Johnson of Little Green Footballs has been firing at Snowden’s supporters like a Gatling gun. (See here, and here, for example.) No one can match the biting arrogance of Charles Johnson when he scourges the depravity and ignorance of those who dare disagree with him. He dismisses Edward Snowden by simply quoting from the press release of Director of National Intelligence James Clapper. So see here, peasants, attend to the words of your betters, and we shall have no more talk of “illegal” spying.

Not to be outdone, The Other McCain assures his conservative base that Snowden, rather than a hero, is a traitor who deserves the firing squad, hanging, and torture, with the only thing to be debated is the order of those punishments. Says he: “I don’t see any crime at NSA, beyond the negligence that put a high-school dropout in a position to decide what secrets the U.S. government is permitted to keep.”

And this: “Twitter Poll: #Snowden — Guantanamo or Leavenworth?”

These headlines reveal why we’re seeing so much venom aimed at Snowden:

More Americans see man who leaked NSA secrets as ‘patriot’ than traitor: Poll

Americans Disapprove of Government Surveillance Programs

Compare those headlines with this one:

Lawmakers see Edward Snowden as a leaker, not as a hero

So once again, it all comes down to defending the status quo. Our rulers in DC are a little nervous these days. Their machinery of control – that’s what government surveillance is all about, NOT keeping you safe – is despised more than ever. The regime’s legitimacy is at stake here, and its loyal servants know it. Therefore, it’s time for the presstitutes to once again do what they do best, and that is to shame dissidents, fool the American people, and erase dangerous ideas from public discourse.

Once again, it’s the “patriotic” thing to do.

Our new friend and ally – Al Qaeda!

After 4,000 dead in New York and Washington D.C plus many other successful terrorist attacks across the globe which killed Americans and even more attempts at killing Americans, everyone will happy to know there’s no hard feelings. The hatchet is being buried and the past is being forgotten. If the U.S. does intervene in Syria internal, sectarian war because of whatever silly “red line” the Obama Administration puts on the conflict that has to be crossed first, it will be doing on the side which has so much of our citizen’s blood on their hands they might as well be vampires, Al Qaeda.

But hey, never let it be said the U.S. holds grudges. After all Saddam Hussein was once a friend and so was Joe Stalin. Manuel Noriega, Fidel Casto, you name the leader or cause or country and no doubt the U.S has been either their friend or their enemy at one time or another. “Friends and enemies may change but interests don’t”  is an old diplomatic saying and if applied to Syria, what a friend we’re going to have in Al Qaeda as ally ourselves to bring down the Assad regime. Just think, you paid to clean-up the World Trade Center and not even 15 years later you’ll be paying the organization who made it a mess. Lovely.

Of course the powers that be will never says such things publicly given how politically sensitive it might be. And some naive and the stupid among them may really, truly believe they’re aiding democracy in Syria and making sure any U.S. weaponry go to the “right people”. Yes, well the largest and best armed of the rebel factions in Syria is allied to Al Qaeda and would like nothing better than to use the “Great Satan’s” guns to take over Syria and make it terrorist state just like Osama bin Laden did with Afghanistan, right in the most strategic place in the Middle East.

Actually, come to think of it, the U.S. does hold a grudge when it comes to foreign policy and it’s against Iran. The Hostage Crisis was 35 years ago but apparently to some in D.C. the calendar year hasn’t changed from November 1979. If we can be friends with Al Qaeda and I really don’t see why we can’t with Iran. No matter who runs the county, whether Shah or Mullah, both Iran and the U.S. share similar strategic interests. That we remain enemies after all these years really runs counter to those interests. Unfortunately two bad actors in the region prevent this from happening.

The first of course is Israel. Even they too were once cooperative with the Iranians and share similar interests as a non-Arab state in the Middle East, they are so determined to hold on to their nuclear monopoly in the region they will do anything to prevent the Iranians from doing so, even though owning the bomb had been an Iranian dream since the days of the Shah. 

They are also determined to stop Hezbollah even though the Shia based group in Lebanon once welcomed the Israelis as liberators in their 1982 invasion against the PLO which had taken over the southern part of the country. The Israelis needlessly made an enemy which now driving them to actually want an Al Qaeda state on its borders rather than Alawite Assad regime which has kept the peace since 1973. Sheer bloody madness.

Then there’s the real enemy of the U.S. and that is Saudi Arabia. Of course the Saudis want U.S. protections for the House the Saud to enjoy their oil wealth and keep their Shia population in eastern Arabia under their thumb and Bahrain as well (which has a Shia majority but is rule by a Sunni monarchy backed by Saudi tanks and the U.S. Fifth Fleet). To get rid of Assad means one less Shia to worry about. Yet this the same Saudi Arabia which finances the spread of their fanatical Sunni Muslim doctrines all over the world which led to bloody terrorism from Africa, to Russia, to the Balkans, Iraq, Syria, Indonesia, Afghanistan, India, Pakistan and right here in the U.S only few short weeks ago in Boston. Does anyone forget the 9-11 were Saudi nationals?

It is Saudi Arabia which needs to be dealt with if there is ever going to be an end to the so-called “War on Terrorism”. It is they who need to be stopped or else be threaten with Shia rebellion and Iranian intervention and oil embargoes. Both the U.S. and the world are past the point in the supply of oil to where the Saudis can influence the price. Instead it is they and their allies in the Persian Gulf which be brought to account for the terror and misery they’ve caused with their fanaticism. If we can somehow join with our once sworn enemies then we can also ditch our so-called friends and good start would be right on the Arabian Peninsula instead intervening in modern-day version of the Thirty Years War.

It’s long past time U.S. interests in the regional were finally aligned properly with the Shia instead of the Sunni. It’s long past time to ally ourselves with our real friends and deal with our real enemies.

More on that “Voluntary” Boston Lockdown

I knew that reports of what actually went on in Boston would start to leak out after the initial hoopla died down. I know some may object to the InfoWars link, but the reporter is just asking questions (some leading). We wouldn’t have to rely on InfoWars if FOX News, CNN, etc. would do their jobs. These are real victims responding to questions about what happened.

The Lockdown in Boston WAS NOT VOLUNTARY

The lockdown in Boston was supposedly voluntary. At least that’s what the apologists tell us. But this video tells a different story.

Here is the commentary that accompanies the video.

WATERTOWN, MA — On Friday, April 19, 2013, during a manhunt for a bombing suspect, police and federal agents spent the day storming people’s homes and performing illegal searches. While it was unclear initially if the home searches were voluntary, it is now crystal clear that they were absolutely NOT voluntary. Police were filmed ripping people from their homes at gunpoint, marching the residents out with their hands raised in submission, and then storming the homes to perform their illegal searches.

This was part of a larger operation that involved total lockdown of the suburban neighbor to Boston. Roads were barricaded and vehicle traffic was prohibited. A No-Fly Zone was declared over the town. People were “ordered” to stay indoors. Businesses were told not to open. National Guard soldiers helped with the lockdown, and were photographed checking IDs of pedestrians on the streets. All the while, police were performing these disgusting house-to-house searches.

Rep King: Boston Justifies More Surveillance of All Muslims

I don’t like Representative Peter King of New York. But then, he doesn’t like me, or any other Southerner. King is a pro-Empire bully who thinks the good ol’ U.S. of A. is justified in doing whatever it wants. He once sponsored a bill that would empower the federal government to deny gun rights to anyone it merely suspected of having “terrorist connections.”

So King’s latest proposal should be scrutinized with suspicion. He now demands “increased surveillance” of all Muslims in the US. With the understandable public anger at the two Muslims behind the Boston bombing, King’s proposal might just gain traction.

All the more reason to resist it. Notice he doesn’t offer a direct, simple solution, such as repealing the disastrous 1965 Immigration Act. No, that’s unthinkable. Remember, with the federal government, solutions are never the answer. Instead, the answer to every problem is to increase the power and scope of government.

We all know what will happen next. Someone will say it’s not right that the government pick on one ethnic group, so the government should spy on EVERYONE. That’s fair.

And that’s how freedom is lost.


I have long said that Russia should just let Chechnya go. They clearly don’t think of themselves as Russians. Is it really worth all the trouble to keep them in? They let Georgia go, for example, when the USSR collapsed. Why not let Chechnya go? I have read that it has to do with their relative statuses before the breakup. Georgia already enjoyed a higher level of autonomy than Chechnya does. So they’re keeping Chechnya on a technicality?

Russia aided secessionist South Ossetia when they thought doing so would tweak the Georgians.  But they won’t allow Chechnya their independence. Sounds hypocritical to me.

Of course, America’s official position on the issue should be neutrality. I’m just sayin’ for me personally… I believe if I were a Russian I would be thinking, “Good riddance! Don’t let the door hit you on the backside on the way out.”

A bad week for anti-white leftists

First, the leftist fantasy that white supremacists murdered Texas District Attorney Mike McLelland and his wife was upended when it turned out the actual killers were a disgraced justice of the peace and his wife who killed the McLellands out of revenge.

Then, when the FBI released pictures of light-skinned Boston Marathon bombing suspects, the anti-white left whooped for joy. David Sirota at Slate openly hoped the culprits were white, and Tim Wise bloviated that the real lesson of the tragedy was, like everything else in the Tim Wise Alternate Universe, all about “white privilege.”

Over at Little Green Footballs, the FBI pictures were the object of much anti-white ridicule. One commenter noted the hat worn by one of the suspects and wondered, “Could that be a Dale Earnhardt hat?” Oh, if only a Christian Southerner did it!

Now comes word that the Boston terrorists are (were?) Chechnyan Muslims.

Showing once again that leftism isn’t so much an ideology as it is a pathology.

Salon: “Let’s hope the Boston Marathon bomber is a white American”

I wish I was kidding, but I’m not.

The author, David Sirota, has a picture at the bottom. He appears to be white. Can you say “self-loather?

The article is laughable. He babbles about “white male privilege.” It reads like something written buy some race or gender studies academic. How do people like David Sirota look at themselves in the mirror? Has he no shame?

HT:  Southern Nationalist Network

Addendum: I have been struggling to figure out just how to characterize this article. When I first read it I couldn’t believe what I was reading. I know Salon is a liberal magazine, but in my experience it generally attempts to be pretty serious. I can’t imagine William Saletan writing something like this for example. But this article is just not serious. It reads like a paper written by an undergraduate in some gender or race grievance studies class who is desperately trying to impress his professor. I mean he starts babbling about white privilege in the first freakin’ paragraph! Take a breath David. Here is a piece of unsolicited advice: you should probably lead off with a few explanatory paragraphs before you drop the white privilege bomb if you want real people to take you at all seriously.

Boston Massacre

Horrific casualties are being reported in the Boston Marathon terror bombing, and police have made an arrest:

Investigators have a suspect — a Saudi Arabian national — in the horrific Boston Marathon bombings, The Post has learned.

Law enforcement sources said the 20-year-old suspect was under guard at an undisclosed Boston hospital.

It was not immediately clear why the man was hospitalized and whether he was injured in the attack or in his apprehension.

The man was caught less than two hours after the 2:50 p.m. bombing on the finish line of the race, in the heart of Boston.

I’m afraid the inescapable lesson of this is that we cannot have a free society with open borders. Our handlers aren’t about to adopt sane immigration policies, so we’re stuck with the nightmarish combination of an increasingly diverse, alienated population and a police state to impose order.

Some future.

Domestic drones can detect if citizens are armed

This story vividly illustrates how DC’s aggressive foreign policy boomerangs back on citizens at home:

The U.S. Department of Homeland Security has customized its Predator drones, originally built for overseas military operations, to carry out at-home surveillance tasks that have civil libertarians worried: identifying civilians carrying guns and tracking their cell phones, government documents show.

The Pentagon learned how to use these remote-controlled murder machines to control hostile populations in Iraq and Afghanistan. So – how long until these Predator drones (you gotta love the name) are re-armed with Hellfire missiles? All to protect us from “terrorists,” of course.

Homeland Security has advice for confronting mass murders: scissors

Those cynics who claim the Department of Homeland Security is more concerned with expanding government power than with the safety of Americans need to read this handy advice about what to do if a madman attacks your workplace. Step one: Cower. Here’s how:

“To protect your hiding place, lock the door if you can. Block the door with heavy furniture,” recommends the male narrator, speaking in measured, authoritative tones.

Other survival strategies promoted in the video include hiding “behind large items such as cabinets or desks. Remain quiet. Silence your cellphone or pager. Even the vibration setting can give away a hiding position.”

That’s great advice. However, my new cell phone and I do not get along very well. Even when I’m not being fired at by a lunatic with a gun, I have difficulty figuring out how to set my phone to vibrate. No matter what I push, I get the message “You have selected AT&T’s Premium Text Messaging Service. A charge of $6,000.29 will appear on your next bill.” So I can just imagine myself fumbling with my cell phone while Omar Thornton is stalking the cubicles searching for co-workers to aerate.

The DHS video even provides this tip on how to take a stand against your murderer:

“If you are caught out in the open and cannot conceal yourself or take cover, you might consider trying to overpower the shooter with whatever means are available,” says the narrator in the video, which shows an office worker pulling scissors out of a desk drawer.

Because, obviously, no one would have something as icky and scary as a handgun at work. So behold the weapon of choice of Metrosexual America:

But then, it’s just a matter of time until liberals and Neocons start demanding scissor registration. Me, I’m stocking up on these babies. Let Diane Feinstein try and stop me. Molon labe!

Classic Form, Mr. Auster

Larry Auster is a serious thinker on the Right (on-line anyway), with one little fetish, which I suppose anyone is entitled too.

Writing on Benghazigate, Mr. Auster suggests the important article from Ron Paul, Pat Buchanan, Barry Rubin for understanding the situation, and concludes his post with this paragraph from Rubin’s article which outlines 101 Blowback, which note, Mr. Auster does not characterize as anti-American:

…As the Libyan government’s patron, Americans will become the target of revolutionary Islamists who blame the United States for their rulers and understandably believe that attacking America is a necessary part of overthrowing them. That, of course, is why the U.S. ambassador was murdered.





Trotskyites for Romney

Robert E. Lee foresaw the consequences of Lincoln’s victory in a letter to Lord Acton: “the consolidation of the states into one vast republic, sure to be aggressive abroad and despotic at home, will be the certain precursor of that ruin which has overwhelmed all those that have preceded it.”

General Lee was right. The centralized regime that arose during the WBTS has indeed brought ruin, not just to the victims of DC’s wars, but to Americans as well, in the form of crushing debt and assaults on basic liberty. The government justifies its acts at home and abroad with the same assurances Lincoln used: it’s promoting democracy and equality, a scam we have exposed before. But even though the Empire puts a benevolent face on its acts, those acts are still those of a rogue, predatory force that is the world’s greatest threat to peace and liberty. Its campaigns in remote battlefields have rebounded to diminish liberty at home – the news that the government plans to use drones to patrol American skies is just the latest grim proof. Continue reading

SPLC connected to Left-wing terrorist in DC?

Fox News reports a gunman was stopped by a courageous security guard at the Family Research Council’s headquarters in Washington, D.C. According to the report, the gunman admitted he was motivated by “what this place stands for.”

So, one has to wonder — what motivated the gunman’s attack? Could it have been the SPLC?


The SPLC must be feeling the heat over this. Here’s their statement:

We’ve seen news of the shooting of a security guard today at the Family Research Council office in Washington, D.C., and are getting media inquiries about it. There are unconfirmed reports that the shooting was ideologically motivated. We condemn all acts of violence and are following the story closely.

Yes, just because the SPLC gushes about unrepentant terrorist bomber Bill Ayers, or praises the efforts of Marxist revolutionaries doesn’t mean they LIKE violence.

Some things they just tolerate.