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Apr 192017

A bit of WWII history: “After visiting Moscow in the winter of 1941–1942, British Foreign Minister Eden had already advocated sacrificing the free and independent Baltic states to secure Soviet cooperation in the war.” Prime Minster Churchill and President Roosevelt went along with Stalin taking over Lithuania. Against the bigger, murderous Soviet Union Lithuania had no chance for freedom.

The Soviets took Lithuania on June 14, 1940 just as they recently took Crimea; sent tens of thousands of Lithuanians to Siberia and took away the freedom of the Lithuanians. Today, the Lithuanian language has been “Russiafied”.

What did the rest of the world do while Russia was taking over control of Lithuania? Nothing. The U.N. did nothing. Great Britain? Nothing. Europe? Nothing America? Nothing. Shameful.

In the final days of Gorbachev’s rule he sent the Soviet Military into Lithuania where they murdered 11 innocent Lithuanians:
VILNIUS, Lithuania, Sunday, Jan. 13, 1991 — A column of Soviet Army tanks, plowing through a street crowd of civilians and a cordon of parked cars, seized the television broadcast center of Lithuania in the early-morning darkness today in a fusillade of cannon and gunfire. At least 14 civilians were killed and 700 or more were wounded.

Today, Lithuania’s defense minister and military communications officials told The Guardian that they were “taking very seriously” Russia-organized propaganda efforts to undermine stability in the Baltics, which consist of Lithuania and its northern neighbors, Latvia and Estonia.

“Russia is a threat,” Lithuanian Defense Minister Raimundas Karoblis told The Guardian. “They are saying our capital Vilnius should not belong to Lithuania because between the first and second world wars it was occupied by Poland.”

“There are now reports that Klaipeda never belonged to Lithuania, that it was a gift of Stalin after the second world war,” Karoblis said. Klaipeda is Lithuania’s third-largest city.

“There are real parallels with Crimea’s annexation [from Ukraine] … We are speaking of a danger to the territorial integrity of Lithuania,” Karoblis added.

Lithuanian officials said attempts to dispute or alter history could be a prelude to offensive action, similar to more than a decade of such disinformation efforts in Ukraine that led to Russia’s annexation of the Crimean peninsula.

Last year, (2016), NATO jet scrambled in response to Russian warplanes venturing close to NATO-member airspace 800 times, a huge jump from the 400 tallied in 2014 and 2015.
The Lithuanian Embassy in the United States continued to operate during the NAZI, Soviet and Russian occupation. America never recognized Russia’s claim to be the legitimate ruler of Lithuania. While it didn’t mean much in practical terms, it was a great symbolic gesture towards free and independent Lithuania. With Putin’s aggressive leadership Russia remains a problem for Lithuania so it’s very conceivable that President Trump may have to get involved against Russia and Putin.




Apr 192017

No one counted the shots he fired at people.
Some people just don’t get this “Law ‘n Order stuff. Hernandez didn’t. A World Class football player, Hernandez was a great example of how to ruin your life. Found guilty of at least one murder he hung himself in jail. Good riddance.
He had mental problems. No one could be so wrong so often and done so many wrong things without having an intellectual defect.
Why did he hang himself? No reason. No answer. His name will be erased from as many places as possible.
An unmarked grave would be a fitting place for someone so wrong. He becomes yet another example of an evil person.

Apr 102017

Beyond the Bell Curve which violated the taboo that everyone is equal, the Bell Curve set off alarms in every thinking Liberals soul because it not only showed how intelligence varies consistently by race, it used data from the United States government to do it.
But the other shoe of the differences in intelligence by race is the differences in the achievement of rich people and poor people because of the differences in intelligence.

That much is not to be proven with anything more than eyesight and thought as it has been. Nevertheless, Murray couldn’t let things be. He had to write a book to show the obvious but it’s worse than that. A moral principle reveals itself. TRUMP.
The legitimate government of Barack Obama caused President Trump for certain. You don’t need a book to prove it.
Consider that Muslim terrorists attacked America in America. Obama refused to even say those words. One race of Americans announce an open insurgency. Many were rewarded by welfare.
Much of America is sick of open borders, but the government has supported it. That’s how government becomes just another enemy.

In 1955 America in people left their doors open at night. they were unafraid. Not anymore. In came Trump.
Today in America almost everyone is angry. Civilization has been reversed. We watch as mobs routinely storm campuses and prevent guests from speaking. Rioters burn cities, hunt polar bears and loot malls.

Murray’s books explain some of that. More is explained as it’s realized Trump was elected out of frustration against bad people who can act out and ruin things. What explains that? When does it end? How?

A good ending is hard to imagine. Race antagonism has been growing. Gun sales increase for good reason as people become more afraid, lock their doors and hope for change. That caused Trump. Murray showed why. Too many people became fed up with the injustice. The words on the Statue of Liberty haven’t worked out well at all. It will be realized they were a fake slogan. We don’t need the weatherman to know which way the wind is blowing.

Apr 092017

Fox News host Shepard Smith’s attempts to attack President Trump on 4/6 went horribly wrong as smith (small s in disrespect of smith) was shot down by a retired general who was a guest on Smith’s show.Smith’s opposition to Trump was rejected by retired Gen. Jack Keane, a former vice chief of staff of the U.S. Army who let smith know he was sitting on the outside rendering opinions. Wrong opinions.
Why watch smith? No reason. He’s so over until another Democrat becomes president. We’re changing our schedule so we have dinner when smith in on. We turn off FOX because smith is a turn-off.

In early 2012, smith began courting Penn State grad and Fox Business producer Giovanni “Gio” Graziano. “Gio” is the man with whom Smith frequents Bathtub Gin. They are a couple.

“Yes, that’s Shepard’s boyfriend,” Katya Minskova, the Bathtub Gin waitress Smith berated in March, confirmed. Another source who had seen them together at the Chelsea speakeasy confirmed Graziano’s identity as well. Both sources say they saw Graziano and Smith together at the bar on multiple occasions, and that they appeared to be romantically involved..

Apr 082017

Is there a limit to the retaliatory use of force against religion based fighters and terrorists? 

Religion is the most protected behavior in existence. America enshrined religious protection in the Constitution which preserved the founding principal of protection of each individual when it wrote: “Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof.”

But it violates the responsibility of each individual to do no harm to any other individual when any person or group who seeks to harm or actually harms anyone in the name of their religion. At that point they become outlaws to America and to individual Americans. They cannot claim their harmful behavior is protected because their religion requires them to harm certain people. Members of any such group cannot claim the protection of America law because they are admitted outlaws who no only must not be protected, they must be brought to justice.

From Justia: The Supreme Court has cited three “reasons why threats of violence are outside the First Amendment”: “protecting individuals from the fear of violence, from the disruption that fear engenders, and from the possibility that the threatened violence will occur.”980 In Watts v. United States, however, the Court held that only “true” threats are outside the First Amendment.981 The defendant in Watts, at a public rally at which he was expressing his opposition to the military draft, said, “If they ever make me carry a rifle, the first man I want to get in my sights is L.B.J.”982 He was convicted of violating a federal statute that prohibited “any threat to take the life of or to inflict bodily harm upon the President of the United States.” The Supreme Court reversed. Interpreting the statute “with the commands of the First Amendment clearly in mind,”983 it found that the defendant had not made a “true ‘threat,”’ but had indulged in mere “political hyperbole.”984

In NAACP v. Claiborne Hardware Co., white merchants in Claiborne County, Mississippi, sued the NAACP to recover losses caused by a boycott by black citizens of their businesses, and to enjoin future boycott activity.985 During the course of the boycott, NAACP Field Secretary Charles Evers had told an audience of “black people that any ‘uncle toms’ who broke the boycott would ‘have their necks broken’ by their own people.”986 The Court acknowledged that this language “might have been understood as inviting an unlawful form of discipline or, at least, as intending to create a fear of violence ….”987 Yet, no violence had followed directly from Evers’ speeches, and the Court found that Evers’ “emotionally charged rhetoric . . . did not transcend the bounds of protected speech set forth in Brandenburg… An advocate must be free to stimulate his audience with spontaneous and emotional appeals for unity and action in a common cause. When such appeals do not incite lawless action, they must be regarded as protected speech.”988 While holding that, under Bradenburg, Evers’ speech did not constitute unprotected incitement of lawless action,989 the Court also cited Watts, thereby implying that Evers’ speech also did not constitute a “true threat.”990
980 R.A.V. v. City of St. Paul, 505 U.S. 377, 388 (1992).

981 394 U.S. 705, 708 (1969) (per curiam).

982 394 U.S. at 706.

983 394 U.S. at 707.

984 394 U.S. at 708.

985 458 U.S. 886 (1982). Claiborne is also discussed below under “Public Issue Picketing and Parading.”

986 458 U.S. at 900, n.29. See id. at 902 for a similar remark by Evers.

987 458 U.S. at 927.

988 458 U.S. at 928.

989 Brandenburg v. Ohio, 395 U.S. 444 (1969). Brandenburg is discussed above under “Is There a Present Test?”

990 Claiborne, 458 U.S. at 928 n.71.

In Planned Parenthood v. American Coalition of Life Activists, the en banc Ninth Circuit, by a 6-to-5 vote, upheld a damage award in favor of four physicians and two health clinics that provide medical services, including abortions, to women.991 The plaintiffs had sued under a federal statute that gives aggrieved persons a right of action against whoever by “threat of force . . . intentionally . . . intimidates any person because the person is or has been . . . providing reproductive health services.” The defendants had published “WANTED,” “unWANTED,” and “GUILTY” posters with the names, photographs, addresses, and other personal information about abortion doctors, three of whom were subsequently murdered by abortion opponents. The defendants also operated a “Nuremberg Files” website that listed approximately 200 people under the label “ABORTIONIST,” with the legend: “Black font (working); Greyed-out Name (wounded); Strikethrough (fatality).”992 The posters and the website contained no language that literally constituted a threat, but, the court found, “they connote something they do not literally say,” namely “You’re Wanted or You’re Guilty; You’ll be shot or killed,”993 and the defendants knew that the posters caused abortion doctors to “quit out of fear for their lives.”994

The Ninth Circuit concluded that a “true threat” is “a statement which, in the entire context and under all the circumstances, a reasonable person would foresee would be interpreted by those to whom the statement is communicated as a serious expression of intent to inflict bodily harm upon that person.”995 “It is not necessary that the defendant intend to, or be able to carry out his threat; the only intent requirement for a true threat is that the defendant intentionally or knowingly communicate the threat.”996

991 290 F.3d 1058 (9th Cir. 2002) (en banc), cert denied, 123 S.Ct. 2637 (2003).

992 290 F.3d at 1065.

993 290 F.3d at 1085.

994 290 F.3d at 1085.

995 290 F.3d at 1077.

996 290 F.3d at 1075.

Judge Alex Kozinski, in one of three dissenting opinions, agreed with the majority’s definition of a true threat, but believed that the majority had failed to apply it, because the speech in this case had not been “communicated as a serious expression of intent to inflict bodily harm….”997 “The difference between a true threat and protected expression,” Judge Kozinski wrote, “is this: A true threat warns of violence or other harm that the speaker controls…. Yet the opinion points to no evidence that defendants who prepared the posters would have been understood by a reasonable listener as saying that they will cause the harm…. Given this lack of evidence, the posters can be viewed, at most, as a call to arms for other abortion protesters to harm plaintiffs. However, the Supreme Court made it clear that under Brandenburg, encouragement or even advocacy of violence is protected by the First Amendment….”998 Moreover, the Court held in Claiborne that “[t]he mere fact the statements could be understood ‘as intending to create a fear of violence’ was insufficient to make them ‘true threats’ under Watts.”999

997 290 F.3d at 1089 (emphasis added by Judge Kozinski).

998 290 F.3d at 1089, 1091, 1092 (emphasis in original).

999 290 F.3d at 1094.

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Apr 072017

He’s not the only one who is incorrect about the powers of the president to use the military. Danial Pipes who is usually correct in his judgments and conclusions said: “The immense resources of the United States should be…to . . reduce human suffering with blankets and soup.” Pipes is an appeaser. He has consideration for and compliance with. . . the unjust, irrational and evil feelings of others.
In any compromise between good and evil, it is only evil that can profit.

“Justice is the recognition of the fact that you cannot fake the character of men as you cannot fake the character of nature, that you must judge all men as conscientiously as you judge inanimate objects, with the same respect for truth, with the same incorruptible vision, by as pure and as rational a process of identification—that every man must be judged for what he is and treated accordingly, that just as you do not pay a higher price for a rusty chunk of scrap than for a piece of shining metal, so you do not value a rotter above a hero—that your moral appraisal is the coin paying men for their virtues or vices, and this payment demands of you as scrupulous an honor as you bring to financial transactions—that to withhold your contempt from men’s vices is an act of moral counterfeiting, and to withhold your admiration from their virtues is an act of moral embezzlement—that to place any other concern higher than justice is to devaluate your moral currency and defraud the good in favor of the evil, since only the good can lose by a default of justice and only the evil can profit—and that the bottom of the pit at the end of that road, the act of moral bankruptcy, is to punish men for their virtues and reward them for their vices, that that is the collapse to full depravity, the Black Mass of the worship of death, the dedication of your consciousness to the destruction of existence.” Thanx Ayn Rand.

Apr 062017

Liberal Website The Hill reported “Almost half of Americans believe Russia interfered in the 2016 presidential election, according to a new poll,” which means almost half of Americans are insane. Russia did not interfere unless dumb people figured out how to stop themselves from thinking. 

Russia didn’t vote once in the election. Only registered voters voted. If they were dumb enough to ask someone else for whom they should vote they shouldn’t have voted. If they did that the American nation, — which is based on the idea that adults are sane, meaning they can control themselves, –is over. 

Apr 052017

Here are some photo’s taken around just the Northern part of Ireland. the beauty of Ireland is far greater than just these 41 photo’s but the 41 give you some idea of the beauty of the island.
Here’s our favorite pub in Dublin because of the name. Living in a beautiful place doesn’t go well when the government is hell bent to make your life miserable as the English government did in Ireland.

But Ireland is one of the most beautiful palces on the earth. You are encouraged to visit this wonderful island and it’s culture, two cultures really because the rest of Ireland is different than the North because the British influence has almost disappeared.

Here’s some photo’s of the rest of Ireland. The flight from Boston to Shannon, a town on the West side of Ireland is shorter than going to Los Angeles from Boston. Rent a car and drive around the island if you have the time. they drive on the other side of the road but you can learn to do that quicker than you would think because sitting on the wrong side of the car makes you aware that somethings diffferent. Exercise a bit more caution than normal but by all means at least give it a try. It’s much, much easier to get around Ireland by car. In addition your time is your own so if you want to linger a bit you don’t have a schedule to keep. Ireland is the place to linger.

The beauty of Ireland appeals to most people but you may begin to question why the Irish left such a wonderful, almost magical place. The answer was: a bad government.

Apr 052017

Russia is not the Soviet Union. Neither is it the home of the Socialists who have taken over so much of America’s intellectual world. America is Marxist because of Marx and America’s Liberals, . . not because of anything Vladimir Putin did to America.

Obama, not Putin botched up Syria. Trump had nothing to do with it. Same for Iran, Iraq, Libya and “The Arab Spring”. Those are Obama failures,.. aided and abetted by Hillary and people like Dr. Evelyn Farkus who get policy all balled up with their ignorance and praise of Socialism.

President Trump and Vladimir Putin can easily and certainly join together like President Roosevelt and Josef Stalin did against the NAZI’s. Stalin ruled by terror, and millions of his own citizens died during his brutal reign. Putin has no similar history so it’s far easier for President Trump to work with Putin, Russia and the Russians to defeat ISIS, Al Qaeda and the entire bunch of terrorists in the Middle East and around the world.  

This is not hard stuff but don’t get all twisted up in the anti-America/anti-Russia rhetoric of the American left and let this opportunity pass.
Obama was intellectually challanges so he couldn’t deal with Putin. President Trump has the capability to handle Putin and get Russia’s help to defeat the Middle East problems. It’s a unique and historic opportunity.