Sunday, December 23, 2012

A PLEDGE

History teaches us gun control is always the first step to absolutism. I am a witness to that.
Absolutism unavoidably leads in order to:

1. government perpetrated mass murders,

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2. revolution,when people have had enough of the tyrants

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3. and finally, the inevitable demise of tyrants and proponents of absolutism.

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December 21, 1989.
I was 26 years old and barely married for two months when what you see in the pictures above happened. I was in Romania, carrying an AKM-47 as a Navy reservist. I didn't really cared if I was to live or to die - living my entire as a slave under communism really made me indifferent to the perspective of dying during those blood soaked days of Christmas. In fact, I was ready to put a bullet in my head if the revolution wouldn't have succeed. We all knew they would come after us and shoot us anyway if we failed.

My father once told me: son, the single biggest mistake me and your grandad did was to surrender our guns in 1949 when the communists made gun ownership illegal. You paid for our mistake and I am sorry for that.

Now I have a 22 year old son and I am making ANYONE who wants to come to my home take my guns away A PLEDGE:

YOU WILL NOT TAKE MY GUNS. BE READY TO DIE IF YOU TRY AS I AM ALREADY PREPARED TO GIVE MY LIFE TO STOP YOU.
I WILL NOT MAKE THE SAME MISTAKE MY FATHER AND GRANDFATHER DID.
I WILL NOT LET MY SON TO LIVE IN SLAVERY LIKE I DID. I WILL NOT LET HIM RISK HIS LIFE FIGHTING ANOTHER REVOLUTION TO OVERTHROW ANOTHER DICTATOR BECAUSE I WAS A COWARD AND GAVE UP INTO YOUR DEMANDS.

I owe that to my son. And I owe it to all the people who died for liberty in December 1989.

So help me God.

Thursday, December 20, 2012

Damn Right

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A Picture Of Sheep

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A crazed bloodthirsty hyena killed 26 lambs. Grief stricken sheep blame the sheepdogs. "Their tooth are dangerous" the sheep bleat.
Meanwhile, the pack of wolves who run the forest are salivating. Pretty soon the sheep will succeed in their pursuit of leaving the sheepdogs toothless.
And then, the entire flock will be theirs for the slaughter.



http://www.politico.com/story/2012/1...334_Page2.html

Monday, December 10, 2012

Just great: hipsters who hunt


Like the price of guns and hunting gear wasn't high enough...

http://www.slate.com/articles/health...nt.single.html



Quote:

I think the evolution of the new lefty urban hunter goes something like this:

2006: Reads Michael Pollan’s The Omnivore’s Dilemma, about the ickyness of the industrial food complex. Starts shopping at a farmer’s market.
2008: Puts in own vegetable garden. Tries to go vegetarian but falls off the wagon.
2009: Decides to only eat “happy meat” that has been treated humanely.
2010: Gets a chicken coop and a flock of chickens.
2011: Dabbles in backyard butchery of chickens. Reads that Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg decided to only eat meat he killed himself for a year.
2012: Gets a hunting permit, thinking “how hard can it be? I already totally dominate Big Buck Hunter at the bar.”

Hunting is undeniably in vogue among the bearded, bicycle-riding, locavore set. The new trend might even be partly behind a recent 9 percent increase from 2006 to 2011 in the number of hunters in the United States after years of decline. Many of these new hunters are taking up the activity for ethical and environmental reasons.

“It feels more responsible and ecologically sound to eat an animal that was raised wild and natural in my local habitat than to eat a cow that was fattened up on grain or even hay, which is inevitably harvested with fuel-hungry machines,” writes Christie Aschwanden, a self-described “tree-hugging former vegetarian.”

A recent spate of books with titles like The Mindful Carnivore and Call of the Mild chronicles the exploits of these first-time hunters.   

More here
Look at the bright side: hipsters only go hunt as far out as there is 4G data coverage for their I-phones