26 April, 2007

BPA Arturo Lorenzo

The video of the attack upon him, and presumably his partner, has become very popular- and is permanently added to the VIDEOS section, which is nearly at the bottom. You can either click on this posts title or scroll down and to the right to access it (just remember to RIGHT CLICK and then SAVE AS to keep it).


24 April, 2007

Border agent charged with murder

And another one:
By EDUARDO MONTES, Associated Press Writer
Mon Apr 23, 8:29 PM ET

PHOENIX - A Border Patrol agent was charged Monday with first-degree murder in the shooting of an unarmed illegal immigrant at the border in January.
An unarmed illegal immigrant? No Mr. Montes, each one of the Mexicans are illegal aliens.
An investigation found that Agent Nicholas Corbett's killing of Francisco Dominguez-Rivera, of Puebla, Mexico, was not legally justified, said Cochise County prosecutor Ed Rheinheimer.

Corbett is also charged with second-degree murder, manslaughter and negligent homicide. A judge will determine which of the charges the evidence supports best, Rheinheimer said.

"We have concluded that the evidence shows that at the time he was shot, Mr. Dominguez-Rivera presented no threat to agent Corbett," Rheinheimer said.
Excuse me Mr. Rheinheimer, is not the job of a prosecutor to make the decision of what charges to file, or is this really a case of throw as many charges against this man to see which ones stick?
His attorney, Daniel Santander, didn't immediately return a message left Monday afternoon by The Associated Press. The Border Patrol said it would make a statement Tuesday.

The shooting, which drew condemnation from the Mexican government, occurred while Corbett was trying to apprehend Dominguez-Rivera and three others who were trying to enter the country illegally.

In the days after the shooting, the Border Patrol said that a scuffle had led to it and that the agent had "feared for his life."

More than 300 pages of documents later released by prosecutors revealed that Corbett's account didn't match witness testimony or forensic evidence.

Corbett told colleagues he shot at a man who looked like he was going to throw a rock.

But three witnesses who were being apprehended along with Dominguez-Rivera — his two brothers and a sister-in-law — told investigators Corbett fired while pushing Dominguez-Rivera to the ground.

Corbett remains an agent but is not working in the field, said Gus Soto, a patrol spokesman.
Three hundred pages eh? Heck, I thought most government agencies generate that everyday to verify that someone actually showed up just so you can their employment to begin with and it is not like we have seen forensics falsified and faked before now have we? In fact, we have seen men convicted and put on trial at the behest of the Mexican government before.

As I said in the last post, our so-called leaders truly intend to see the Republic cast over and if you care to see what the Border Patrol faces daily, then RIGHT CLICK here (WARNING - 11.4mb AVI) and SAVE AS the file to your system. The video is of a recent attack on Border Patrol agent Arturo Lorenzo, and watch it over a few times, and think again about Agent Corbett...


Michael New - Soldier of these United States

Inside Politics

By Greg Pierce
April 24, 2007

No appeal

The Supreme Court yesterday rejected an appeal by a U.S. soldier who received a bad-conduct discharge after refusing to serve on a United Nations peacekeeping mission in the former Yugoslavia.

Former Army medic Michael New has been fighting his discharge for the past 11 years. Mr. New argued that he was not afforded all his legal rights in the course of the court-martial that stemmed from his refusal to wear the U.N. insignia on his Army uniform.

He was supposed to be among a few hundred soldiers who were sent to Macedonia, a former Yugoslav republic, to guard against the spread of unrest from other areas torn by ethnic turmoil. The justices declined to hear his case without comment, the Associated Press reports.
The lesson to be learned here, our so-called leaders would rather wiper their asses with the Constitution than do right as the goal is the complete over-turning of the Republic.


21 April, 2007

The Battle of San Jacinto

"We view ourselves on the eve of battle. We are nerved for the contest, and must conquer or perish. It is vain to look for present aid: none is at hand. We must now act or abandon all hope! Rally to the standard, and be no longer the scoff of mercenary tongues! Be men, be free men, that your children may bless their father's name."

—General Sam Houston, Before the Battle of San
Eighteen minutes that secured the Republic of Texas its independence- an event that changed the World, and with that said, remember always:

"Their actions were recorded in BLOOD -
their names should be written in


19 April, 2007

April 19th

The following post is nearly (except for last sentence) an exact copy from last year, and if you have not read it, enjoy, if you have, then perhaps you have forgotten- either way, it is worth the read.

This day in American History has had many occasions to recall:
  • In 1933 - The traitor FDR announced he was further working towards destroying the economy by announcing the US will leave the Gold Standard.
  • In 1861 - Riots occurred in Baltimore, Maryland and the illegal union blockade of the Confederate states starts.
  • In 1995 - The Alfred P. Murray Feral Building, in Oklahoma City is nearly destroyed. (That took extra feral demolition teams to finish the job.)
  • In 1939 - After 148 years, Connecticut approves the Bill of Rights.
  • In 1989 - USS Iowa's gun turret explodes killing 47 crewmen.
  • In 1943 - Though, not US history, the Warsaw Ghetto uprising happens and the starving Jews kick some Nazi ass.
  • In 1993 - The might of the united States government sweeps in with the winds and ends their 51-day siege upon a Church, founded and run by it's citizens in Waco, Texas. Seventy-four (74) men, women and children died from gas, gunshot, and fire by feral agents acting in the name of "We the People." These feral agents received NO punishment for the crimes, as "We the People", though filled with righteous indignation, did nothing, even unto this day.
  • In 1775 - Feral agents of the government came to take our arms away and the "Shot heard round the World" was answered by many great men. One in particular needs mentioning, as I am sure if he had been alive in 1993, he would have done the same thing.
His name was Sam Whittemore and:
"There, before the eyes of his astonished family, Sam methodically loaded his musket and both of his famed dueling pistols, put his powder and ball inside his worn and well-traveled military knapsack, strapped his French saber around his waist, squared his grizzled jaw and, as he strode briskly out the door, simply informed his worried family that he was "going to fight the British regulars" and told them to remain safely indoors until he returned.

Whittemore walked to a secluded position behind a stone wall on Mystic Street, near the corner of what is now Chestnut Street in Arlington, and calmly settled in. Some of the Minutemen pleaded with Whittemore to join them in their safer positions, but he ignored their admonitions. Soon the 47th Regiment of Foot, followed by the main body of British troops, appeared in view. On both sides of Whittemore, Minutemen were shooting at the approaching Redcoats and then sprinting away to where they could reload in safety.

Waiting until the regiment was almost upon him, Whittemore stood up, aimed his musket carefully and fired, killing a British soldier. He then fired both dueling pistols, hitting both of his targets, killing one man outright and mortally wounding another. Not having time to reload his cumbersome weapons, he grabbed his French saber and flailed away at the cursing, enraged Redcoats who now surrounded him. Some of those infuriated soldiers were probably less than one quarter of Sam's 80 years; few, if any, were even half his age.

One Englishman fired his Brown Bess almost point-blank into Whittemore's face, the heavy bullet tearing half his cheek away and knocking him flat on his back. Undaunted, Whittemore attempted to rise and continue the fight, but received no less than 13 bayonet wounds from the vengeful Redcoats. They also mercilessly clubbed his bleeding head and drove their musket butts into his body as they ran by.

When the last Britisher had left the scene and was far enough away for them to come out in safety, the villagers who had seen Whittemore's last stand walked slowly toward the body. To their astonishment, he was still alive and conscious--and still full of fight! Ignoring his wounds, he was feebly trying to load his musket for a parting shot at the retreating regiment.

A door was used as a makeshift stretcher and Whittemore was carried to the nearby Cooper Tavern. Doctor Nathaniel Tufts of Medford stripped away Sam's torn, bloody clothing and was aghast at his many gaping bayonet wounds, the other numerous bruises and lacerations, and his horrible facial injury. According to every medical text Tufts had ever studied and all of his years of experience treating injured people, the old man should have bled to death from internal injuries."
That old glorious bastard did not die though, he lived another eighteen (18) years and when asked if he ever regretted his actions, Sam replied:
"No! I would take the same chance again!"
I no longer wonder how many Sam Whittemore's there are today- Monday showed us how many...


17 April, 2007

And one that sums up my attitude at this point.

Perpetual Shorty:
We Are A Nation Of Cowards.


Oh my fucking God.

I cannot express the anger I have right now. Anger at the fact that the blame not only rests on the shooter, but the thousands of "public servants" who have disarmed citizens; created free fire zones in our malls, schools, churches, and restraunts; and conditioned two full generations of Americans to not fight back in the face of danger, but flee.

"Lock yourself in your classroom/ bedroom/ office and wait for the police to arrive."


Postings on the VT Heinous Crime

I found the following postings particularly relevant:

  1. Of Arms and the Law
  2. The War on Guns
    • "My editor at GUNS Magazine is going to bump one of my articles in the queue to make way for "A Very Sound Policy," which focuses on Virginia Tech's weapons prohibition policy and the comments of its spokesman, Larry Hincker. Still, it will be a while before it hits the stands--magazine columns are poor places to discuss breaking news stories, but this one couldn't go ignored."
  3. Publicola
Read each link completely as these men have penned some fine words that make some decidedly cogent points.


Sixty+ Victims

And who is responsible? Of course, the one who pulled the trigger is responsible; nevertheless, there are a number of others who share responsibility.

Guilt is shared by the Virginia House Committee on Militia, Police and Public Safety and their predecessors in the Virginia government along with the governing body of Virginia Tech that worked to create these victims and is displayed in the following:
A bill that would have given college students and employees the right to carry handguns on campus died with nary a shot being fired in the General Assembly.

House Bill 1572 didn't get through the House Committee on Militia, Police and Public Safety. It died Monday in the subcommittee stage, the first of several hurdles bills must overcome before becoming laws.

The bill was proposed by Del. Todd Gilbert, R-Shenandoah County, on behalf of the Virginia Citizens Defense League. Gilbert was unavailable Monday and spokesman Gary Frink would not comment on the bill's defeat other than to say the issue was dead for this General Assembly session.

Virginia Tech spokesman Larry Hincker was happy to hear the bill was defeated. "I'm sure the university community is appreciative of the General Assembly's actions because this will help parents, students, faculty and visitors feel safe on our campus."

Del. Dave Nutter, R-Christiansburg, would not comment Monday because he was not part of the subcommittee that discussed the bill.

Most universities in Virginia require students and employees, other than police, to check their guns with police or campus security upon entering campus. The legislation was designed to prohibit public universities from making "rules or regulations limiting or abridging the ability of a student who possesses a valid concealed handgun permit ... from lawfully carrying a concealed handgun."

The legislation allowed for exceptions for participants in athletic events, storage of guns in residence halls and military training programs.

Last spring a Virginia Tech student was disciplined for bringing a handgun to class, despite having a concealed handgun permit. Some gun owners questioned the university's authority, while the Virginia Association of Chiefs of Police came out against the presence of guns on campus.

In June, Tech's governing board approved a violence prevention policy reiterating its ban on students or employees carrying guns and prohibiting visitors from bringing them into campus facilities.
Read it again- particularly Larry Hickner's press statement once more. Have those words sunk in yet? Remember them, as that sentiment is just as evil as the act committed by the nut...


15 April, 2007

"Sic Semper Tyrannis"

This is a great post penned by Mr. Sharkey two years back and I repost it today:
It was on April 15th, 1865, the hand of Justice pushed the American Lenin into Cocytus' icy grip where all traitors to country go. With the immortal battle cry of all who would strike down the tyrant, "Sic Semper Tyrannis", Abraham Lincoln was struck down.

It was the politics of Lincoln which drove this nation into it bloodiest conflict and set the foundations of the tax you were forced to pay and the other infringement and violations of the Constitution we endure daily from a central Federal Government. Of that Civil War and the politics behind it the historian Jeffrey Hummel wrote in Emancipating Slaves, Enslaving Free Men, "The Civil War represents the simultaneous culmination and repudiation of the American Revolution."

If you should suffer from a terminal case of Lincoln worship, I suggest for an antidote read, The Real Lincoln: A New Look at Abraham Lincoln, His Agenda, and an Unnecessary War by Thomas Dilorenzo. For a taste of what it contains see Walter William's comments on it, "Delorenzo is Right About Lincoln".

In memory of this great day, I flew the Bonnie Blue flag of Secession and the South Carolina flag of Sovereignty and thought how this county might have been had not the American Lenin come to power. Remember, "Sic Semper Tyrannis" and rejoice!!

11 April, 2007

Ron Paul for President

Platt & Matix Day seems like the proper day for me to mention the only man I consider worth paying attention to, giving money to, and in nineteen months voting for at this start of this latest season of stupidity and hyperbole- Ron Paul.


Happy Birthday

Mr. Sharkey.


Happy Platt & Matix Day!

Paraphrasing myself from two years ago, twenty-one years ago today brought us this made for TV movie, the Feral Bumbling Idiots to tears and the rage of the Wonder-Nine.

More on this can be found here and there.

Just remember this, as from all incidents such as this (the rending of cloth, the flowing of tears and the cries of anguish echo) comes knowledge...


08 April, 2007

Leonard and Dorothy Saye Day- Eleven Years Today

"On April 8th 1996, the FBI and the Las Vegas Metro Police Dept. came to Leonard's home, busting the door in, spraying the house full of chemicals. In the house was Leonard (70 yrs. old), Dorothy (67 yrs. old AND blind), their oldest granddaughter, with her two youngest children."
Who were the Saye's you ask? More about them may be read by clicking the title and here.


05 April, 2007

Taking the Fifth

This just disgusts me:
What do Bill Clinton, Roger Ailes, Sean Hannity and Ruth Bader Ginsberg all have in common?

They're among a prestigious group of Beltway insiders who have signed a leather-bound, pocket-size U.S. Constitution that ABC Radio executive Chris Berry keeps in his breast pocket as he makes his way through official Washington circles.
However, this disgusts me the most:
Mr. Berry insists he's no star-struck autograph collector, but rather his career has allowed him access to hundreds of household names over the years. The Constitution, he says, "resonates with Washington power-brokers, all of whom gladly add their names to the pages of this document of freedom."
One must ask himself why it resonates with them, and I answer simply because the happily shit on it every day knowing they could not have written it themselves...