November 19, 2014

Ferguson Residents Discover Truth

http://www.foxnews.com/us/2014/11/19/some-gun-dealers-report-brisk-sales-ahead-grand-jury-decision-in-ferguson/
Gun dealers in parts of the St. Louis suburbs have reported brisk sales, especially among first-time buyers, as local residents wait for a grand jury decision on whether to indict the Ferguson police officer who fatally shot teenager Michael Brown this past August.




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November 18, 2014

The Animal Farm At Ferguson

If you look at the events in Ferguson, they follow a script that has been played out many times.  Two privileged minority groups butted heads, with the "victim" discovering that the ultimate truth comes out of a barrel at 1200 feet per second, 155 grains at a time.  The sides have been picked according to a well-known and perpetually used script.  One side believes the deceased is a victim of racism and police brutality.  The other side feels the deceased was a criminal savage and that the law enforcer acted appropriately, and quite possibly in legitimate self defense.  As always, the adherents of the former view identify as "Democrat", "Liberal", and "Progressive". Those with the latter view are "Republician" and "Conservative".

The reaction could have been predicted by anyone.  Supporters of the deceased and assorted hangers-on engaged in "peaceful protest" and "civil disobedience" that rapidly escalated into a full civil disturbance,  likely egged on by socialist/communist and "anarchist" agitators.  The "protesters" are always more than willing to crank it up a notch so they can get a new Television for free in the name of social justice. Now a jury is deciding the fate of the law enforcer by figuring out which animal in the barnyard is the more equal of the two.

Both sides are now lining up for another engagement, hinging on the majority decision of 12 random people.  Looking at the current battle map, most of the future engagements seem to be happening in "Blue Country", and more than a few in fairly affluent areas. Number of "protests" in the American Redoubt: 0.

It has been said that a prosecutor could get a grand jury to indict a ham sandwich.  I suppose that saying takes on a new meaning when it is a police officer who might become the system's latest "lunch".  With that in mind, it is very likely that the officer will get indicted, thus temporarily satisfying the the social justice forces' lust for blood.  If not, they are ready and willing to listen to their messiah and "stay the course".

Either way, it is time to observe, take notes, and learn.  Eventually some of you will find yourself on one side of that line, or the other.

 

November 10, 2014

Connecticut



The fat lady has sung, and Commissar Dannel Patrick Malloy remains as the Governor of Connecticut, a state in FEMA Region 1, despite the best(?) efforts of his opposition.   The Associated Press put the final results at 528,248 (50.78%) for Malloy and 521,645 (48.24%) for Folley.  Third candidate Visconti, despite a last minute pullout, still garnered 1.06% of the votes from 11,422 voters who either failed to get the message, or just decided to protest vote.  Connecticut, as of last year, has 2,172,400 registered voters. That means 48.3% of the registered voters, a little less than half, decided to come out and vote this past Election Day.  Congratulations Connecticut,  you got to keep your old Commissar with a mandate of only 24.3% of those registered to vote; less than a quarter.

Republican political social media activists, after the usual garment rending,  have vowed to make a comeback in the next election.  However, the numbers are against them.  The number of registered Republicians in this state, according to the latest statistics, is 436,550. Compare that to 798,478 Democrats.  The remaining voters are unaffiliated, or members of a minor party, but we can guess from the last election results how many, if not most, of the "unaffilated" voted.

With Democrats outnumbering Republicans by a factor of almost 2-1, prospects in the "Constitution State" are pretty dark, especially considering the social, economic, and political factors that make this state an unwelcome place for Conservative Republicans, and attractive for welfare types.  That leaves the final peaceful action that like-minded individuals can take if they are currently located in Connecticut, get out of here.  There are plenty of places with lower taxes and higher freedom, and will welcome prepper types with open arms.