Gloves Off

So here’s a cute little thing on Twatter:

What amuses me is that the people who post shit like this are not going to be the ones throwing bricks.

Okay.  So if you’re going to resort to hurling dangerous-if-not-lethal objects at us, then you’ll have no problem with us using dangerous-if-not-lethal bullets against you?

I repeat, for the umpteenth time:  are you Leftist lunatics absolutely sure  you want to start down this road?

16 comments

  1. I would suggest if physical violence against another, for saying something you disagree with is acceptable, then use of lethal force to defend yourself against masked thugs is equally acceptable.
    It doesn’t matter if they are in white hoods or black hoodies…

  2. Any physical attack must ALWAYS be met with overwhelming counter force. The details are irrelevant. Warriors know this, sissies nibble around the edges. The thing that keeps all this nonsense in motion is that both sides are sissies. Warriors do not participate in such nonsensical activities. We stay busy honing our edges, biding our time, staying focused, securing the compound. Let them come to us.

  3. But Sarah Palin was personally responsible for the shooting of Gabby Giffords because she posted a graphic which showed a cross-hair over her district.

    This comes to mind:

    It was not part of their blood,
    It came to them very late,
    With long arrears to make good,
    When the Saxon began to hate.

    They were not easily moved,
    They were icy — willing to wait
    Till every count should be proved,
    Ere the Saxon began to hate.

    Their voices were even and low.
    Their eyes were level and straight.
    There was neither sign nor show
    When the Saxon began to hate.

    It was not preached to the crowd.
    It was not taught by the state.
    No man spoke it aloud
    When the Saxon began to hate.

    It was not suddently bred.
    It will not swiftly abate.
    Through the chilled years ahead,
    When Time shall count from the date
    That the Saxon began to hate.

    The Wrath of the Awakened Saxon
    by Rudyard Kipling

  4. The simple solution to the “milkshake” problem is, when you catch some Antifa types with milkshake cups in their hands, make them drink it.

    If they refuse to drink, pour it down their pants.

    That will discourage the use of toxic additions, at the very least.

  5. The problem is antifa, it is the leftist governments in their strongholds that protects them and hammers anyone who defends themselves against them. And by extension, it is the leftist voters that elect those governments. We will never be safe until we get the leftist strongholds out of our country.

  6. I’ve heard they’ve already crossed that line as some of the “milkshakes” used lately were in fact quick drying cement…

  7. Sarah Gailey has a little gender/pronoun confusion. From Wiki:
    Sarah Gailey is an American author. Their alternate history novella River of Teeth was a finalist for the 2017 Nebula Award for Best Novella, the 2018 Hugo Award for Best Novella, and the 2018 Locus Award for Best Novella. In 2018, they also won the Hugo Award for Best Fan Writer.

  8. “…are you Leftist lunatics absolutely sure you want to start down this road?”
    wadu mean “..want to start…” The silly little pajama boys have already started, in Portland; appears as though it’s going to be the nexus.

  9. I’ve been expecting street violence since the summer of 2017. Looks like 2019 may be the year.

  10. Sadly, the masked thugs will ultimately find the wrong (right?) person that will correctly perceive a deadly threat when assaulted by masked assailants with bricks, cement, acids etc. There will be a few loud noises and then the REAL loud noises will begin. The SCREAMING, HOWLING, totally unhinged leftist mob will be the headlines of every newspaper, TV news spot, radio commentator, etc. ” MURDER, MURDER, MURDER, PEACEFUL DEMONSTRATION, MURDER, MURDER, MURDER, PEACEFUL DEMONSTRATION!”
    They won’t, however get too close to the poor bastard that defended him or herself from the thugs.
    They might be able to learn that much.

  11. I really, really, really wish it were not so, but I see a severe “shit through a goose” moment coming, and it will not be confined to a few blocks in downtown Portland.

    It will be unpleasant for the Republic but I’m afraid the switch of which Mr. Corriea spoke is about to flip.

  12. We’re past the time where taking a full-step forward is necessary. No more foot shuffling or shifting thumbs from one orifice to the other.
    I don’t fret over doing the needful, my concern is that US will become that which we oppose.

  13. a)
    Tuesday, I was at Coastal Farm And Ranch Supply here in Eugene Oregon.

    Chatting with four of the staff near the excellent wood-stove display room, we got to talking about Portland (two hours north of us on the Pan-American highway).

    Then other customers joined in. To a person, nobody would travel to, through, or over Portland Oregon. Ever.

    OK, maybe heavily-armed in a convoy at 3am. Full-throttle, not slowing for anything. Why? Every face-to-face report says Portland is a war zone. Drivers rarely stop at stop signs or traffic signals because that makes them an easy target. Everything not welded to something too big to move becomes a weapon… signs, sidewalk-cafe chairs. The new big trend is grabbing a leashed dog from its walker, then tossing the dog into traffic.

    Of course, none of us would go behind enemy lines into south California or Frisco California, either. Lost causes.

    * * * * *

    b)
    A real concern is the subduction zone a few miles off the Oregon coast. A sizeable earthquake and resulting tsunami would turn three million portlanders into refugees. They can’t go north because the bridges across the Columbia River would be destroyed. East along the river is desert, nothing much except cowboys and casino Indians, neither would be welcoming.

    That leaves several million Portland refugees walking south a hundred miles to Eugene. Why walk? Bridges and overpasses would fail. Electric lines will fall. Underground fuel tanks will rupture. Railroad crews will recognize the danger of unstable soil under tracks. Zero transportation other than walking, walking a bicycle, or equine… and the horses will be ate.

    Utility crews cannot access downed lines or busted dams, and have only the fuel in their trucks to do anything.

    Law Enforcement Officials will call in sick.

    Our little town of Eugene Oregon has two rivers; our thirty-one bridges and overpasses will fail. Our sewage treatment plant sits on the river going to Portland. None of that water is drinkable now; after the quake, we anticipate a 99% population reduction from disease. Then, those corpses instantly turn into disease factories.

    We are on our own.

    But what about the managers and administrators of federal emergencies aka FEMA? They designated the safe zone to be the airport near Bend Oregon. From Eugene, that is 140-miles, over two mountain ranges and past several volcanoes and through a desert… and over two dozen bridges and dams on a twisty two-lane country mountain road. Winter means twenty feet of snow.

    How about you? Are you on your own, too?

  14. They tried to get all frisky in Austin a couple of years ago. Didn’t work as the DPS and police didn’t play. I can see a great game of Cowboys and Commies if they try it most places in Texas.

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