It is worth noting that almost every instance of an ordinary citizen going crazy and killing government agents has come as a direct assault on his property rights. In some cases it’s been linked to eminent domain seizures — e.g. that farmer in Missouri who gunned down two local government surveyors (and then shot himself immediately after) over a “right of way” infringement on his land. (I can’t find a link to the incident, but it happened at least ten years ago and I still remember the salient details.) Here’s a more recent situation of Gummint getting too big for its britches (although as yet, there’s been no gunplay because Amish).
Anyway, all that’s unimportant to this post, because enter Fuckface Kerry:
John Kerry claimed that US farm confiscations are not off the table, as he stated that small farms contribute significant greenhouse gasses.
And no doubt he got his loony idea here:
Recently, the governing body of the European Union officially endorsed measures to compel farmers to vacate their lands as part of the EU’s Natura 2000 scheme, which categorizes farms as significant emitters of nitrogen. Under the plan, farmers would be offered 120 percent of their farm’s value through a “buyout” program. However, those who decline this offer would face the risk of being forcibly removed from their land without any financial compensation.
Farmers in Holland are undergoing the most radical regulations that are causing the culling of herds and destroying crops.
Because the Dutch farmers are unarmed, of course they have to resort to peaceful protests by blocking highways with their tractors.
Our American farmers (and their many supporters) are not similarly disadvantaged, and I think that anything that Fuckface starts is going to make the Cliven Bundy episode look like a Sunday church picnic.
Pass the popcorn, Simon.
From the Department of Child Abuse comes this cheery little thought:
Teachers know what is best for their kids because they are with them every day.
We must trust teachers.
— Secretary Miguel Cardona
Yeah… trust our kids with teachers. Like this teacher, or this teacher, or this teacher, ad seemingly infinitum.
Now let’s talk about teachers showing kids porno in classrooms…
Frankly, when it comes to criminal abuse by authority figures, I see little difference between fucking a kid’s body and fucking up a kid’s mind with this evil shit.
Glenn said it best: leaving your kids in the care of the public school system is nothing short of child abuse.
And they’re not even being educated — except, it seems, with trannie agitprop and blowjob lessons in the curriculum.
It’s not often I chortle just be reading a headline, but this one got me, oh yes it did:
And here’s the story:
Highway chiefs are hunting a phantom pothole filler after an enraged motorist poured concrete into a huge crater that closed the road for months. The work was carried out in Lostwithiel, Cornwall, as the mystery volunteer decided to patch up the road which has been shut since April.
But Cornwall Highways said the work was done ‘without consent’.
Colin Martin, Cornwall councillor for Lostwithiel and Lanreath, said: ‘The latest is that the road has been closed again and will remain closed until it is ‘properly’ repaired by Cormac, but they say this could be weeks away as all available teams have been diverted to filling smaller potholes on roads which are still open.
Here’s the pic of the vengeful road re-closing:
I’m just waiting for the metal screens to “disappear”… not that I would want anything like that to happen, of course.
I love it when officialdom gets a busted nose for their inefficiency. And I love it more when they get upset about it.
Here’s the background to all this:
So now you know.
From Steve Kruiser:
“The radical leftists don’t have the numbers on any issue, they merely have volume.”
He’s writing in the present tense specifically about the trannie issue, but the truth of the matter is that the radical Left has never had the numbers on any issue, ever.
Which is why they try to rule with a Vanguard, or an unelected Politburo, or by bureaucratic regulation when they can’t get their laws passed.
Always a minority, posing as a majority — just another of their parade of lies ever since they began.
…and about time, too:
It appears the Biden Administration has ceded to increasing calls for an onerous COVID vaccine mandate to end for international air travelers, along with federal workers and contractors.
Stuff doesn’t seem to have worked, caused possibly thousands of unnecessary deaths all by itself, and was the basis for so much governmental overreach and, in some cases, outright thuggery.
Good riddance, and don’t bother doing it again, no matter how scary the poxes and plagues look. We’re not going to be panicked, or bullied, next time.
I think I’m correct in saying that alone among the lower 48 states (i.e. the ones which have interstate highways running through them), Illinois is the only one which still stubbornly enforces a 55mph speed limit on its various highways. It’s a huge PITA — like so many things about traveling through Illinois — and we all know that it’s not just Sammy Hagar who can’t drive at 55.
Anyway, the lower speed limit didn’t seem to help much (if at all) a couple days back:
A fiery 60-car pile-up happened late Monday morning on I-55 in central Illinois. The horrific wreck appears to have been caused by loose dirt and high winds. Normally, dust storms connote the deserts of the Southwest, but the combination of dry conditions, loose soil from freshly-plowed fields, and high, gusty winds resulted in extremely low visibility which led to multiple collisions along the stretch of interstate south of Springfield, Illinois.
I’ve driven through this kind of dust storm before — the ones I hit in southern Idaho, South Dakota and South Africa’s Orange Free State and Karoo desert come to mind — and it’s no small danger. Typically, I’ve driven at 10mph or slower under those conditions, the problem being other drivers, who seem to have sooper-dooper x-ray vision and don’t have to slow down until they collide with your car’s rear end.
The same is true of snow storms, of course, the only difference being that snow doesn’t invade every crevice in your car and cause you to choke helplessly while peering through the suddenly-opaque windshield. Then again, you’re unlikely to freeze to death in a sandstorm, so I guess it’s a crap shoot.