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Sep 04 2016

Who Are the Racists?

If racism is as horrible as people say, liberals ought to be ashamed of themselves:

People who are willing to accept special advantages granted on the grounds that they can’t compete without them are racist against themselves.

On a tip from Occam’s Stubble.



16 Responses to “Who Are the Racists?”

  1. Saxon Warrior says:

    The Left have always been the racists, but being liars by nature they have propagandized many to believe that it is the Right who are the racists.
    Liars love lies and they love other liars. That is why Hillary is so popular.

  2. Grumpy Cat says:

    The “tip of Occam’s carbuncle”? Gross.

  3. 762x51 says:

    Liberal is, of course, the brand name they they want to attach to themselves. Thomas Jefferson, James Madison, these were Liberals during the Age of Enlightenment. That which is mistakenly referred to as “liberal” even here on “Moonbattery” are actually Progressives. Progressivism began in America in the late 19th century but was imported here from Europe. It is a “progression” of British Fabian Socialism which gave the world such concepts as Eugenics. Those concepts were translated by American Progressives into actions such as abortion as a means of ridding society of those they deemed “undesirable”.

    If you were to look back at my posts on MB over the years you would see I also used the term Liberal incorrectly to identify these snakes in the grass. Most of the readers here will agree that we should properly identify our Muslim enemy as Islamic terrorists, I believe that the same philosophy should be applied to the Progressive enemy, especially the enemy within.

    Progressives come in a variety of “flavors”, there are far out crazy Progressives like Bernie Sanders, vile Progressives such as Hillary Clinton, obviously Democrats who are at least honest and open about their Progressive ideology. But the real snakes, the ones who disguise their Progressive beliefs and pretend to other than what they are in order to subvert society are the Progressives who are hiding in and now control the Republican Party. Faux-conservatives such as John Boehner, Mitch McConnell, John McCain and Donald Trump and his cult followers are the lowest of the enemies we face today. They whoop and screech and sling their verbal feces everywhere, demanding compliance, obedience, fealty and submission, just as any Progressive from the D party would do. They demand you march in lock step with them and their cult of personalty candidate. A cult of personalty is also a Progressive trait. They also exhibit their racism here regularly as all Progressives are natural born racists. It is an extension of their elitist views of themselves which is the mechanism they use internally to justify enslaving those who are “beneath” them. These traits are common to all Progressives and can be used to identify them, quite easily. Take out resident senior fascist Progressive, “kirklesworth”. Read his posts and you can easily spot these traits. As unwelcome as I have tried to make him feel, he still persists in coming here daily to spew his ideology wherein you will convert or die, just as the Islamofascists do in other parts of the world.

    I urge each of you to stop using the term “liberal” when referring to Progressives. That only strengthens their argument and helps to hide their true nature. I also urge you to start identifying the Progressives in our midst as such, regardless of their proclaimed party affiliation. Allowing them to continue their camouflaged existence only drags out the inevitable and helps further their campaign of deceit. No pressure though, only the fate of Western Civilization and the liberty of generations yet unborn hang in the balance.

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  5. depwavid says:

    Could not have said it better! The reason they dropped ‘Progressive’ was that Woodie Wilson and his cronies stunk it up so badly they needed another label with a lower negative index.

    Now, they’re trying to pick it up again, but this thing called the internet makes their cover-ups about as effective as a cat on marble…

  6. 762x51 says:

    Which is why they must destroy the Internet, can’t have all that information running around. How would the Ministry of Truth ever sanitize all those records?

    But these Progressives that skulk around pretending to be Conservatives are the absolute worst. They are vile beyond even Hillary Clinton, think about for a minute. I can understand an enemy on the battlefield and can accept that enemies actions and even their surrender, but not these snakes. For them there is no surrender accepted.

  7. depwavid says:

    I really don’t get the ones that endorsed Hildawg. Would not the Constitution Party(William Weld queered the Libertarian ticket for me this election cycle with his authoritarian stance on 2A) be a better choice?

    I do, however, share your opinion about what to do with them…

  8. 762x51 says:

    I suppose the Constitution Party would be good for one to stand by their principles and vote their conscience. Not only did that asshat Weld hose down the Libertarian ticket, old Gary Johnson finally came out of the closet and exposed himself as a Progressive, Weld is obviously one as well. So do you vote the D – Progressive candidate, the R – Progressive candidate or the L – Progressive candidate?

    Hmmm, decisions,decisions . . .

    What is most important to remember is that regardless which Progressive wins, the long brewing civil war will be upon us. I recognized that months ago and so haven’t worried about it. I doubt I will survive so I don’t worry about that either. I learned I wasn’t afraid to die many years ago and have cheated death several times over the years. He knows when he comes for me to come early because it’s going to be a long day.

  9. depwavid says:

    I wish I could remember that Winston Churchill quote about fighting the hopeless fight because it’s better to die fighting than live as a slave. Sadly, I think it’s too long for a bumper sticker.

    I can take it as some consolation that the Proggies will pay too high a price in treasure and blood for their follies. Unfortunately, so will the rest of us…

  10. 762x51 says:

    That’s why it’s the blood of tyrants AND Patriots that must water the tree of liberty. Freedom ain’t free, as they say.

    Think of how many have died since 1776 to pass to you the freedom you enjoy today. Literally millions of lives have been spent to ensure that the NEXT generation has the same liberty we have enjoyed all our lives. You and I didn’t earn that, the men who gave their lives at Lexington and Concord, at Gettysburg, in the Ardennes, at Normandy, Iwo Jima, Anzio, Guadalcanal, Chosin Reservoir, the IaDrang Valley, KheSan, Fallujah, Ramadi, the Hindu-Kush, those are who paid for the liberty we have today. It sickens and disgusts me that many, perhaps too many, would waste those sacrifices for their own petty cowardice. Trading the liberty of future generations for a way out of doing their duty to those who sacrificed before. I’ll not dishonor the fallen for my own safety nor will I evade my duty to the future. Evil can only be defeated by force of arms, it is the only way it has ever been done.

  11. depwavid says:

    I’d like to shift the fertilizer mix heavily in the tyrant direction.

    My dad was one who came back(WWII, Korea) with more than one notch on his rifle and his 155s. After Army retirement, he continued to serve his country at what is now Lockheed Martin. His last work for them led to the development of the Copperhead rounds that ate Saddam’s armor for lunch in ’92 and times later. He went to the ages in 2011, at 94 years.

    Had he not come back, I wouldn’t be here. I aspire only to acquit myself as well as he did and, should I have to put it on the line, to take out as many tyrants and their lackeys as he put down before the curtain falls.

    Question: is the Ruger Mini-14 in .300BLK worth the expense? It’s the only version I can find within striking distance of my budget.

  12. 762x51 says:

    Sorry, been a little busy.

    The only downside to the 300BLK is ammo availability, the solution is to have a second upper for the AR pistol in 5.56/.223, problem solved.

    I like the Ruger brand in general and have had Mini14’s in the past, good rifles. I didn’t price shop them, just a quick look, seems like the spread is $850 – $1,100 for the current price point. The rifle weighs 6.7lbs and is 36.25″ OAL.

    You can build an AR-15 “pistol” for around the same price if you stay away from high end manufacturers. A good quality stripped lower receiver(the only part you need an FFL dealer for) like Adcor makes can be purchased for $99 and a lower parts kit runs around $85 for a decent kit from say, DPMS. A Thordsen “stock” will run you between $65 and $85 plus a carbine length recoil spring $9.00, and H2 buffer $28.00. That completes the lower for about $310.

    The upper is the most expensive part of any AR-15 as it houses the operating system. Prices for a decent complete upper run from $325 – $465 plus a BCG and charging handle which will add another $125 – $275. So the upper, with a 8.5″ – 10″ barrel will run you between $450 and $665 plus sights, Magpul Gen2 MBUS can be bought off Amazon for $75, front and rear as a set. I use A.R.M.S. Inc. #40 L-SP on my rifles but they run about $285 a set.
    That should get you a shooting rifle, I didn’t go into optics, slings, etc because those will run the same money regardless of which way you go, Mini 14 or AR-15.

    That AR “pistol” will weigh about .5 to 1 lb less than the Mini14 and it will be 10″ – 14″ shorter for getting in and out of vehicles, slinging under a coat, etc. The total cost should be between $785 and $900.

    Magazines. They are the greatest strength and biggest weakness of any semi-auto, rifle or pistol.There are lots of them made by lots of companies, most are crap. The Mini14 mags are mega expensive with good quality ones ranging from $18 to 4$0, EACH! The $18 ones are 20 round mags. The AR on the han wins decisively here. There are no better magazines made than the Magpul Pmag, they are indestructible and grunts can break anything. The 30 round Pmags can be bought for $12 to $16 all day long. When I fight I carry 6 magazines plus one in the gun and two in my pack. You will need a minimum of 10 magazines, 20 is better so figure a minimum of $300 for Mini14 magazines and $140 for the AR magazines.

    One last thing, no rifle today is more customizable than the AR-15. There are lots of aftermarket items for the Mini14 to be sure but they pale compared to the AR. You can start with the $800 – 950 base gun and upgrade parts as you can afford them. Better sights, springs, trigger, etc. Think about how will actually “use” the weapon, combat and target shooting are completely different. Will you use a plate carrier? Battle Belt?, will you fight CQC style or is the plan to move when no one is around and only fight when all else fails(defense vs. offense), the Mini14 does not sling and carry in a combat position well unless you change out the buttstock to handle single point slings. That will directly impact how you carry the weapon and fight and how you can respond to things that wrong in a gunfight. I use the Magpul Mission Adaptable Slings which can be configured as either one or two point slings. Will you be using vehicles? Does a pound of weight matter? it does to me, ounces are pounds and pounds are pain.

    Here are a few of the companies I trust for the majority of the parts I mentioned. I hope this helps.

    http://www.thordsencustoms.com/ar-pistol/?p=1

    https://www.hardenedarms.com/ecProduct_187_31

    http://aeroprecisionusa.com/m4e1-300-8in-complete-upper.html

    https://www.adcordefense.com/

  13. depwavid says:

    Thanks! I like the pieces-parts approach and so does my budget!
    Going to save your post to file for future reference!

  14. depwavid says:

    I’m going to be a Sneaky Pete under the assumption that stealth keeps you alive, Swamp Fox style. That tips me toward concealability and the pistol configuration…

  15. 762x51 says:

    Glad I could help. I know those parts work together, I’ve used them before. Don’t take too long, time is up, this could start almost any day now

  16. depwavid says:

    What do you think of FN’s midrange AR offering?


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