WNB July 2, 2013
- This is way past due.
... it should also be noted this is the same autopsy Trayvon Family Attorney
Benjamin Crump filed previous court orders (March 6th-7th) to keep out of
public review. Crump filed filed injunctions to seal school records,
attendance records, disciplinary records, and law enforcement contact
records as well as the autopsy.
We have outlined the lies, falsehoods and specific manipulations by various parties associated with the false narrative. For this update, against the backdrop of the autopsy discovery, we will revisit the lies by Trayvon Family Funeral Director Richard Kurtz, and show the agenda driven intent.
- Any lie will suffice. It's all about using the minorities to further the
Explains why the Marines' YouTube channel blocked me, as if I didn't already
know. And I still call them ragheads because I have negative respect for
If you think millions of sheeple in this country couldn't easily be convinced to kill millions of people you're in fantasy land. Time to grow up.
The other end of this stick is blind pacifism, which our domestic blood enemies have been very successful in instilling in the libertarian, conservative, rightwing, whatever movements
That the "Only Ones" are exempt is an interesting, but probably moot point,
because no one seriously thinks a police union would allow such mandates to
be imposed on their troops anyway.
The dilemma facing private gun owners is what to do to keep it from being imposed on them. The Luddites pretty much demonstrated that technology cannot be stopped, it can only be controlled, and if a manufacturer wants to make “smart guns” and a consumer wants to buy them, why should anyone have authority to interfere?
With this victory behind them, the Marcum family is now considering legal
action against the school district. GOA will be watching these efforts
closely and will keep you updated.
In similar news, GOA is working with a Congressman in Washington to cut-off federal funds to any school district that imposes a zero-tolerance policy that punishes (e.g., suspends) children for wearing shirts containing a pro-gun message ... or for playing cops-and-robbers during recess … or for turning their pop tarts into “weapons” … or extending their fingers to resemble a gun, etc.
- Sue them until they can't pay their commie teachers.
I jus' voted for him 'cause he's black
We still let them vote?
And that makes a Rasmussen poll published last week all the more
enlightening, when it reports “Half of all voters consider radical Muslims
the bigger terrorist threat facing the nation, but supporters of President
Obama consider the Tea Party to be as big a danger … Among those who
Strongly Approve of the president, more fear the Tea Party than radical
In a way, bias, ignorance and blinders notwithstanding, they’re probably right to feel that way if the question is who poses the greatest impediment to so-called “progressives” and their agenda.
- It's hard for me to accept that so many brain dead morons in this country
still think our biggest enemies are hiding in a cave on the other side of
In many cases, the records show the ATF accomplished precisely what it set
out to do, arresting men outfitted with heavy weapons and body armor, and
linked to repeated, and sometimes bloody, crimes. In the process, however,
the agency also scooped up small-time drug dealers and even people with no
criminal records at all, including Army Rangers. It has offered would-be
robbers the chance to score millions of dollars of cocaine for a few hours
of work. In at least one case, the ATF had to supply its supposed armed
robbers with a gun.
The stings are the latest and perhaps clearest reflection of a broad shift by federal law enforcement away from solving crimes in favor of investigating people the government thinks are criminals. Such tactics are common in law enforcement's efforts to prevent terrorist attacks, but they are also becoming a staple of its fight against everyday street crime.
- To the trash with a badge you're a criminal if you don't go along with
their evil laws. Right and wrong has nothing to do with it.
Zeus now whistles in a different octave
Deep in the oceans, hundreds of cables carry much of the world's phone and
Internet traffic. Since at least the early 1970s, the NSA has been tapping
foreign cables. It doesn't need permission. That's its job.
But Internet data doesn't care about borders. Send an email from Pakistan to Afghanistan and it might pass through a mail server in the United States, the same computer that handles messages to and from Americans. The NSA is prohibited from spying on Americans or anyone inside the United States. That's the FBI's job and it requires a warrant.
Facebook said it received between 9,000 and 10,000 requests for data from all government agencies in the second half of last year. The social media company said fewer than 19,000 users were targeted.
Any company in the communications business can expect a visit, said Mike Janke, CEO of Silent Circle, a company that advertises software for secure, encrypted conversations. The government is eager to find easy ways around security.
Prism, as its name suggests, helps narrow and focus the stream. If
eavesdroppers spot a suspicious email among the torrent of data pouring into
the United States, analysts can use information from Internet companies to
pinpoint the user.
With Prism, the government gets a user's entire email inbox. Every email, including contacts with American citizens, becomes government property.
In that way, Prism helps justify specific, potentially personal searches.
But it's the broader operation on the Internet fiber optics cables that
actually captures the data, experts agree.
"I'm much more frightened and concerned about real-time monitoring on the Internet backbone," said Wolf Ruzicka, CEO of EastBanc Technologies, a Washington software company. "I cannot think of anything, outside of a face-to-face conversation, that they could not have access to."
Years after decrying Bush for it, Obama said Americans did have to make
tough choices in the name of safety.
"You can't have 100 percent security and also then have 100 percent privacy and zero inconvenience," the president said.
- Only a complete moron or a lying piece of statist shit expects 100 percent
security anywhere. The government has clearly become the enemy. If you're
too stupid to see that you don't belong in this country.
But the "Liberal"(commie) trash would rather the entire family be disarmed
so they can be robbed, raped, tortured and murdered with no way to fight
back. No comparison.
Weeks after Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley signed one of the strictest gun
control laws in the nation, a bloodbath continues in Baltimore where June
ended with dozens of shootings, prompting the Citizens Committee for the
Right to Keep and Bear Arms to ask gun control proponents what they really
“Maryland lawmakers passed fingerprinting and licensing to prevent criminals from getting guns and thus reduce gun violence,” noted CCRKBA Chairman Alan Gottlieb. “Evidently, criminals didn’t get the message.”
- Leave them alone. The number of "Liberal"(commie) citiots and gang bangers
is declining. That's a good thing.
Although the National Park Service (NPS) Handbook requires agencies under
NPS control, including USPP, to acquire only those firearms needed for
law-enforcement purposes, OIG “discovered more than 1,400 extra weapons,”
including “477 military-style automatic and semiautomatic rifles” and some
that “fulfilled no operational need” — all this for an agency with just 640
USPP’s inventory controls are “incomplete and poorly managed,” wrote OIG. Inventories are conducted on a semiannual basis, but no one verifies that the contents of the submitted inventory forms are accurate. USPP could not supply a current weapons inventory to OIG because it was unable to access an Interior Department database. The current USPP firearms custodian maintains his own inventory document and is trying to bring it up to date, but given “numerous errors on past official inventory records,” he “had no idea how many firearms USPP possessed as of the date of our interview,” said the report.
- Oh that's hilarious. Somebody call chuckie schemer and bloomerhead.
Traitor or champion of freedom?
Posted this for the second half of the vid. See the link to this commie Brit
newswhore's article below. Remember what Hitler said: "The truth is the best
propaganda." And don't miss alt. versions below of what Snowden's real
purpose may be.
Signed by Oregon’s Ron Wyden and Washington’s Patty Murray and Maria
Cantwell, the letter is a bipartisan product from 26 senators to National
Intelligence Director James Clapper. Considering the paragraph under the
focus of gun owners, it is surprising to see the names of three “F”-rated
Democrats on that list. Here is what the letter says, in part:
Furthermore, we are troubled by the possibility of this bulk collection authority being applied to other categories of records. The PATRIOT Act’s business records authority is very broad in its scope. It can be used to collect information on credit card purchases, pharmacy records, library records, firearm sales records, financial information, and a range of other sensitive subjects. And the bulk collection authority could potentially be used to supersede bans on maintaining gun owner databases, or laws protecting the privacy of medical records, financial records, and records of book and movie purchases. These other types of bulk collection could clearly have a significant impact on Americans’ privacy and liberties as well.
This data copying and snatching would prove that the named seven technology
companies were not in fact handing data over to the NSA, voluntarily or
forcibly, without an appropriate warrant.
The named seven companies — AOL, Apple, Facebook, Google (and YouTube), Microsoft (and Skype), Paltalk, and Yahoo — scrambled immediately after the first disclosure to counter the claims mistakenly made by some that they gave the NSA "direct access" to their systems.
- So now we can go back to blindly trusting them. OKaaaayyyy....
Psychology of control
In a recent study orchestrated by the CDC and carried out by the Institute
of Medicine and National Research Council, it was found that individuals
involved in violent crimes who defended themselves using techniques other
than carrying a gun were more likely to be injured when compared to those
who were carrying a concealed firearm.
All-in-all, the Obama ordered report ended up finding more pros than cons in regards to the right to an open or concealed weapon. The report also reminds us of the numerous causes of gun deaths, citing that most gun deaths are at the hands of those who used a gun for their suicide — not homicide. The report highlights the poor state of America’s suffering mental health. The report states that suicide by guns outweighs the amount of deaths caused by violent crimes by 61%.
Jared Marcum, 14, was charged with obstruction following the April 18
incident after police who were called to Logan Middle School school said he
refused to stop talking. The case generated national headlines, as Marcum’s
family and attorney, Ben White, claimed the demand that he remove the NRA
shirt violated his right to freedom of speech. On Thursday, Logan County
Circuit Judge Eric O’Briant signed an order dismissing the charge.
Yet another attack
In a free country there's no such thing as a group whose motives cannot be
At first blush, the final tally might seem like an overwhelming loss for our
side, but the fact is, it represents the proverbial “kiss of death” for
Chuck Schumer’s anti-gun, amnesty forces.
Senator Schumer & Co. fell far short of the goal they set for passing the amnesty bill -- a goal they HAD TO ACHIEVE if they were going to have ANY momentum at all in the House.
- What a sad shell game. Why haven't we executed them for treason yet? There are no men in this country, that's why.
The statements “lol” and “jk” — meaning “laughing out loud” and “just
kidding” — indicate that Justin’s statement was entirely sarcastic, said his
But a Canadian woman who saw the post looked up Carter’s Austin address, determined that it was near an elementary school, and called the police. Carter was arrested one month later, and has been in jail ever since. He recently celebrated his 19th birthday behind bars.
Authorities charged him with making a terrorist threat. If convicted, he will face eight years in prison.
- Strike another one up for the mindless pacified brain dead cows of the
world. May she be shot into a ditch by the government she so slavishly
Thus, I am left with basically nothing. Too trapped in a war to be at peace,
too damaged to be at war. Abandoned by those who would take the easy route,
and a liability to those who stick it out—and thus deserve better. So you
see, not only am I better off dead, but the world is better without me in
This is what brought me to my actual final mission. Not suicide, but a mercy killing. I know how to kill, and I know how to do it so that there is no pain whatsoever. It was quick, and I did not suffer. And above all, now I am free. I feel no more pain. I have no more nightmares or flashbacks or hallucinations. I am no longer constantly depressed or afraid or worried
- One wonders what kind of mind control or drugs may have been applied to
these men to cause so many suicides?
Now think this through: these warmongering evangelicals beat the war drums;
they encourage the young men from their churches to go off and fight these
“holy” wars; they work tirelessly to elect pro-war politicians; and they
twist Old Testament Scripture to fit these modern crusades. Then, the
politicians whom the warmongers helped elect send the US military to invade,
bomb, and kill hundreds of thousands of people, the vast majority of whom
are innocent people. After which, these same warmonger-preachers get up in
their pulpits and cry and weep about how we need to send missionaries to
preach the Gospel to the same people they just got done trying to
Exactly who is it that the missionaries are supposed to reach? The ones lucky enough to escape death and destruction from US bombers and drone attacks, I guess. And exactly what is the message our missionaries are supposed to deliver? “I’m from America, and I’m here to tell you about the love of God.” Oh, that is going to play really well with the loved ones of those family members we just destroyed.
- All religion is based on fear of the unknown among the masses and the
desire for manipulation among the elites.
Your right and your duty
I've seen so much stuff like this before. It's gonna have to get a lot worse before it gets better. The upper middle class will have to figure out there ain't no more corn in the trough.
Millions will dig the ditch they are told to dig then wet their pants when the machine gun bolts slam home and die stupidly wondering “How did this happen to me?” The tiny minority will have to do what will be required.
It’s time to stop arguing over the culture war. It’s time to stop hunkering down for the apocalypse. It’s time to stop waiting to get beamed up. It’s time to start thinking Normandy.
If you sit home waiting your turn you deserve to have your gun taken from your cold dead hands.
The Founders didn’t wait for the Brits to knock down their doors. They gathered at the green and stood up like men and they killed government employees all the way back to Boston.
What will you do when it’s time to hunt NWO hacks, republicrats and commies(“Liberals” and ‘progressives’)?
The FBI wants a new law that will make it easier to wiretap the Internet.
Although its claim is that the new law will only maintain the status quo,
it's really much worse than that. This law will result in less-secure
Internet products and create a foreign industry in more-secure alternatives.
It will impose costly burdens on affected companies. It will assist
totalitarian governments in spying on their own citizens. And it won't do
much to hinder actual criminals and terrorists.
As the FBI sees it, the problem is that people are moving away from traditional communication systems like telephones onto computer systems like Skype. Eavesdropping on telephones used to be easy. The FBI would call the phone company, which would bring agents into a switching room and allow them to literally tap the wires with a pair of alligator clips and a tape recorder. In the 1990s, the government forced phone companies to provide an analogous capability on digital switches; but today, more and more communications happens over the Internet.
SAF founder and Executive Vice President Alan Gottlieb took the action after
press revelations that the city server was being used to host the MAIG
website, and it is being administered by city employees. He is also alarmed
at reports that a special counsel in Bloomberg’s office was sent to Nevada
to lobby for a gun control law on behalf of the anti-gun MAIG group.
“The public has a right to know what’s been going on between Bloomberg, the city and MAIG,” Gottlieb explained in a press release. “Gun control is Bloomberg’s pet peeve, and he’s been pushing an anti-gun agenda since sending so-called private investigators on a sting operation to gun shops all over the country, which got him in trouble with the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives.”
- Our goal should be that some day anyone can walk into the New Yawk City
mayor's office with any kind of Second Amendment weapon(equal to that
carried by any soldier or Marine) and the "Liberal"(commie) trash won't be
able to do a damn thing about it but whimper for mercy, which they won't
More serious manner
Commies admitting their propaganda 'spectacularly wrong?': The limits of panic
In the early 1970s, the flush of technological optimism was over, the
Vietnam War was a disaster, societies were in turmoil, and economies were
stagnating. Rachel Carson’s 1962 book Silent Spring had raised fears about
pollution and launched the modern environmental movement; Paul Ehrlich’s
1968 title The Population Bomb said it all. The first Earth Day, in 1970,
was deeply pessimistic.
The genius of The Limits to Growth was to fuse these worries with fears of running out of stuff. We were doomed, because too many people would consume too much. Even if our ingenuity bought us some time, we would end up killing the planet and ourselves with pollution. The only hope was to stop economic growth itself, cut consumption, recycle, and force people to have fewer children, stabilizing society at a significantly poorer level.
- Does this mean they'll soon stop lying about 'global warming?' Don't hold
your carbon credits.
Representative Mike Kelly (R-Pa.) offered an amendment to the NDAA (HR 1960)
that would prohibit federal funding for the implementation of the United
Nations Arms Trade Treaty (ATT) for one year.
Remarkably, the House unanimously passed Kelly’s amendment, and it was included in the final passage of the NDAA. Subsequently, Kelly voted in favor of the NDAA.
- So close, yet so damn far.
Look around, it's already here
Michael Silverman of the Transgender Legal Defense and Education Fund, which
filed the complaint on behalf of the family, was predictably pleased with
the ruling against the common-sense actions of the school officials,
declaring that it “sends a loud and clear message that transgender students
may not be targeted for discrimination and that they must be treated equally
Silverman noted that the decision by the Colorado discrimination authorities “is the first ruling in the nation that holds that transgender students be allowed to use bathrooms that match who they are.” He claimed that there are “thousands of families like the Mathises who are feeling relieved and vindicated that the commission ruled that Coy is a girl just like any other girl.”
Britain and the US have boasted of their democratic virtues for generations
and they also gave the internet to the world – the Americans providing the
network and the British the idea. But now the two countries are rapidly
perfecting a surveillance system that will allow them to capture and analyse
a large quantity of international traffic consisting of emails, texts, phone
calls, internet searches, chat, photographs, blogposts, videos and the many
uses of Google.
The system is currently vacuuming signals from up to 200 fibre- optic cables at the physical points of entry into the country, and will eventually allow for the shift that will occur in internet traffic with the continued rise of Asia. Mastering the Internet treats the rights of billions of foreign web users, the possible menace to the privacy of British and American citizens and the duties of their legislators with equal contempt. After Iraq and the banking crash, the world may come to see MTI as further evidence of a heedless delinquency in two of the world's oldest democracies.
Ban guns, knives, hammers and nails
Please let me see that trash during "Liberal"(commie) season.
The operations of secret intelligence agencies aiming at the manipulation of
public opinion generally involve a combination of cynical deception with the
pathetic gullibility of the targeted populations.
There is ample reason to believe that the case of Edward Joseph Snowden fits into this pattern. We are likely dealing here with a limited hangout operation, in which carefully selected and falsified documents and other materials are deliberately revealed by an insider who pretends to be a fugitive rebelling against the excesses of some oppressive or dangerous government agency.
The "tell" is the publicity, especially in The Guardian, and other
Rothschild house organs like Democracy Now. There have been many leaks about
NSA spying over the years. Why did this one get so much attention?
The Illuminati bankers work both sides against the middle. Daniel Ellsberg is a good example. The bankers got the US into Vietnam; and then they attacked US policy when Ellsberg leaked the Pentagon Papers to the New York Times.
The Illuminati purpose : Degrade and discredit the US and alienate youth from their government. Snowden's unwitting role is to increase alienation, division and polarization in US society as in the 1960's. In other words, they have turned up the heat. Think cooking frogs in a pot.
Like slaves and robots
Nameless thugs indeed. How much longer until we all come back with much more
than a shotgun?
Standing on its policy, Facebook is refusing to allow users to have control
over their own personal information.
Facebook policy in this area is that your data is not yours; it belongs to your friends, and by its rules your friends - or merely peple you know - have more control over your data than you do.
Packet Storm praised Facebook for acting swiftly to patch the bug.
The security company emphasized that it is not Facebook security that is broken, but instead it is Facebook policy that is broken, and their disclosure is not meant to cast a negative light on the company.
Packet Storm remarked, "It was clear that Facebook attacked the disclosure flaw properly, but concerns still remain about the fact that dossiers are being built on everyone possible."
There is something ironic about exposing spying in order to be charged with
espionage. However, as reported by The New York Times, the situation plunges
deeper than including only one individual. Not only has Snowden left an
enraged, sleep-deprived government in his wake, but he may be the cause of
future headaches for the next generation of IT staff.
The situation between Snowden and the National Security Agency has placed scrutiny on information technology and system administrators worldwide. These IT staff are required to keep systems functional and working smoothly, and so often have unrestricted access to every part of a network.
It's all distraction. We need to focus on taking our country and governments
back so we can figure out who to hang.
The report comes from the Institute of Medicine and National Research
Council for the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on order from
President Barack Obama. According to the report on Page 15, “Defensive uses
of guns by crime victims is a common occurrence, although the exact number
remains disputed.” Estimates range from 500,000 to 3 million such uses
On the following page, the report also notes, “Studies that directly assessed the effect of actual defensive uses of guns (i.e., incidents in which a gun was “used“ by the crime victim in the sense of attacking or threatening an offender) have found consistently lower injury rates among gun-using crime victims compared with victims who used other self-protective strategies.”
- The crime argument is a red herring. Even if 'gun control' could be proven
to reduce crime it would still be evil. It's about
our right to kill
those who would enslave us. That means
we must have the same
or better weaponry as carried by the common infantry soldier or Marine.
Common Core’s subpar English Language Arts (ELA) standards are intended to
remove the great British and American literary works of William Shakespeare,
John Bunyan, Herman Melville, Mark Twain, T.S. Eliot, and C.S. Lewis from
school curricula. These literary classics will be replaced with simple
brochures, restaurant menus, technical manuals, and government pamphlets
about the environment and sustainability from the Environmental Protection
The purpose of literature will no longer be to expand children’s creative thinking and vocabulary skills but rather to make them practical components of a managed world economy and labor market. As a result of the poor quality of Common Core’s ELA standards, Dr. Sandra Stotsky of the University of Arkansas, who served on the Common Core Validation Committee, refused to sign off on them.
Blatant lies in the face of reality
The Marxist mutt has sold more guns and ammo than the klintons ever thought
(Make sure you go watch the vid. It won't embed here. If it doesn't enrage you you're too stupid to breathe on your own.)
EPIC also is suing the FBI to learn more about its development of a vast
biometric identification database. It references the “Next Generation
Identification” system, which reportedly aggregates fingerprints, DNA
profiles, iris scans, palm prints, voice identification profiles,
photographs and other identifying information.
“The FBI will use facial recognition to match images in the database against facial images obtained from CCTV and elsewhere,” the organization explained, noting there are an estimated 30 million cameras recording Americans already.
- That CEO needs to be put on the list for the war crimes trails. I'll
happily shoot it into a ditch if no one else volunteers.
Driver's licenses have always been about the state being able to find us when it thinks we owe it money or time. 'Safety' is the excuse.
The upside is we can use this system to hunt down our natural born traitors.
The NSA plays a prominent role in deliberations over whether such products
can be exported. It routinely turns down any requests above a megabyte level
that exceeds NSA’s technical capacity to decrypt it. That’s been the
standard for years for NSA, as well as the departments of Defense, Commerce
Computer security specialists say the Windows software driver used for security and encryption functions contains unusual features the give NSA the backdoor access.
- They're closing the loopholes one by one. The government has become the
Kentucky makes Russia Today
As always, the drug war continues because the right people profit from it.
In 2010, Daniel Glowacki was thrown out of class for objecting to activities
surrounding an 'Anti-bullying Day.' His teacher made him leave the classroom
after Glowacki stated he didn't accept gays because of his religious
A judge sided with Glowacki, saying he was protected by the First Amendment.
- That's the bottom line, they want to force us to lie about their
Continuing research that began in 2009, Siyaram Pandey, a biochemist at the University of Windsor, and his research team are finding that dandelion root extract is turning out to be a very aggressive natural remedy for cancer cells associated with Leukemia. The extract of dandelion root has been shown to cause chronic monocytic myeloid cells to commit suicide. Due to this initial success, the team has recently been issued a $157,500 grant (totaling $217,000 overall) to discover how this natural remedy can treat Leukemia altogether.
- And to think of all the money the average idiot wastes on herbicides just
to keep them out of their manicured lawns. The human race is insane.
The greatest holocaust
If the mainstream is telling you to ignore someone because they're 'bad,' or 'racist' or 'can't win,' guess what, that's probably the person you should be paying the most attention to.
In a free country there's no such thing as a group whose
motives cannot be questioned.
Events, alerts, actions and groups you should be involved with:
- July 4 Open Carry march on Washington - Which has apparently now been canceled and moved to every state capital?
legislator email addresses
You fight as you train
Candidates worth voting for:
Something to make you feel better, or not.
Part of me wants to hope he paid all those sheeple to
act stupidly. The other part wants commiefornia to slide into the ocean very
Commie/NWO site of the week: Hope Not Hate
Commie of the week: Lily Montagu
Patriot site of the week: US Observer
Word(or phrase) for the times: Dialectic
Quote for the times:
"Fraud, falsehood, trickery, and deceit in national affairs are the signs of
decadence in States and precede convulsions or paralysis. To bully the weak
and crouch to the strong, is the policy of nations governed by small
mediocrity. The tricks of the canvass for office are re-enacted in Senates.
The Executive becomes the dispenser of patronage, chiefly to the most
unworthy; and men are bribed with offices instead of money, to the greater
ruin of the Commonwealth. The Divine in human nature disappears, and
interest, greed, and selfishness takes its place. That is a sad and true
allegory which represents the companions of Ulysses changed by the
enchantments of Circe into swine." -
Albert Pike in "Morals
and Dogma," Chapter 3.
"Prudence, indeed, will dictate that governments long established should
not be changed for light and transient causes; and accordingly all
experience hath shown that mankind are more disposed to suffer, while
evils are sufferable, than to right themselves by abolishing the forms
to which they are accustomed. But when a long train of abuses and
usurpations, pursuing invariably the same object evinces a design to
reduce them under absolute despotism, it is their right, it is their
duty, to throw off such government, and to provide new guards for their
future security." -
The Unanimous Declaration of the Thirteen United States of America,
Adopted by Congress on July 4, 1776
(To the Founders, 'state' meant independent sovereign nation state,
that was voluntarily entering into the union and could theoretically un-volunteer later.)
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It's time to bring back the old
saying: "Better dead than red."
Only we need to apply it to Amerika's reds.