Wednesday, March 22, 2017


Terrorism is, in its broadest sense, the use of intentionally indiscriminate violence as a means to create terror or fear, in order to achieve a political, religious, or ideological aim….It is also considered a war crime under the laws of war when used to target non-combatants, such as civilians, neutral military personnel, or enemy prisoners of war.


"Turkey is not a country you can pull and push around, not a country whose citizens you can drag on the ground," Erdogan said at an event for Turkish journalists in Ankara, in comments broadcast live on national television.

"If Europe continues this way, no European in any part of the world can walk safely on the streets. Europe will be damaged by this. We, as Turkey, call on Europe to respect human rights and democracy," he said.


  1. I am glad you mentioned this BM since I was going to find a relevant post of yours to bring it up myself.

    This proves the point I was trying to make at Hornberger ("to" would be an incorrect description since he does not actually engage but suspiciously avoids the point).

    Namely, immigration can be, and often is, a POLITICAL WEAPON. As such it poses a challenge to the liberal worldview where everything is economic and there is no political. People like Hornberger even deny the existence of "group migration" (colonization) because it mucks up their narrative of peaceful individual entrepreneurs seeking a "better life."

    Here you have it. Plain as day. A foreign head of state, representing a people who have historically been hostile to Europe, essentially admitting to being the leader of a 5th column invasion force already inside of Europe.

    We see the same thing with Mexico. The same thing with Saudi Arabia. The same thing even with China!

    Just because the West has lost a sense of itself and can no longer distinguish friend and enemy does not mean that the rest of the world has swallowed the liberal poison. Nope. They are exploiting it.

    This is simply a declaration of war. However since nations are a social construct there is no such thing as war, invasion, or colonization. There are only individuals "seeking a better life." Like the Han Chinese in Tibet or the Jews in the West Bank. They just want better lives and to stop them would be to have a police state. Do you want a police state? Seems like you have two choices in this (definitely not false) dichotomy: race war or police state.

    There is certainly no way that the racial conflict tinder box could ever lead to an increased police state. No that is not possible. In fact I read Jeffrey Tucker saying that more multiculturalism means less government. Tucker is a wise man.

    Sarcasm aside, I am really sick of these liars who pretend this isn't happening. This is where libertarians become useful idiots for The Beast. Sad!

    There are some libertarians I still respect, and while part of me hopes they can hold the line another part of me wants libertarianism to fall to the cultural marxists so we can go beyond petty ideological dogmatism and form a united front against this monster.

    In the end we will win and there will be peace rather than perpetual war by deception. Hail Victory.

  2. Here is Hornberger's recent post:

    He says "prepare now for blowback," which means that Arabs are going to commit acts of terrorism in the West and its our fault.

    Its impotent wailing about how we have to "stop these wars." No sh*t. Yet crying about it doesn't make it so.

    The reason I am bringing this up is twofold. First it demonstrates the MO of these people. LOW HANGING FRUIT. Wouldn't the reasonable intellectual position be (even if you are an open borders traitor) lets stop these wars and hold off on immigration from the places we are bombing? If you are admitting that some of these people are going to blow up why would you insist that they be allowed in? Albeit people like Hornberger will have zero effect on policy either way but the point still stands.

    Secondly there is a very interesting line in Hornbergers piece:

    "...[Trump is] keeping the entire NSA surveillance machinery fully intact and operational."

    Now lets unpack this a little. I will be blunt. This man is either stupid or up to something. You decide. If you have been following what has been going regarding General Flynn and the leaks etc, it is very clear that the Deep State is blocking Trump from actually taking power. The idea that he could just shut down the NSA is absurd. If Trump was able to get control of the apparatus would he shut it down? I don't know, no one does. However, the point is that Trump is not actually in full control of the State and permanent bureaucrats are working around the clock to undermine his will (which is the people's will). The spy apparatus is in service of these ends. Whether by design or by accident Trump is exposing his base to this problem in a way that forces them to take it seriously. Even Hannity is talking about it.

    What the hell is this Hornberger character up to? I submit he cant be that stupid, especially considering one of his wheelhouses is JFK and his conflicts with the burgeoning Deep State of his era. Conflicts that eventually cost him his life.

    If Trump was to be assassinated would Hornberger call it blowback?