WNB June 24, 2013
Judge Debra Nelson on Saturday ruled that the audio experts recruited by the
state of Florida would not be allowed to testify in court.
In a hearing that began on June 6, 2013, the state presented evidence from two audio experts, Thomas Owen and Alan Reich. The state had hoped to tell the jury that their scientific analysis of the screams for help on the night of the shooting prove that the screams came, in fact, from Martin.
- Will they railroad him into prison anyway in the name of preventing black
France has a population of around five million Muslims, the highest of any
Le Pen told supporters: 'For those who like to talk about World War II, to talk about occupation, we could talk about, for once, the occupation of our territory.
'There are no armoured vehicles, no soldiers, but it is an occupation all the same and it weighs on people.'
- The fundie ragheads didn't write the laws that made this possible, their "Liberal"(commie) trash did. Our real enemies, like theirs, were born within our own borders and have white skin. Our real enemies are right here, not hiding in a cave on the other side of the world.
And it's not about 'race.' That's just a key term the commies use to
control/manipulate the sheeple. It's not really even about religion, it's
about culture. The ameri-commie culture will bring about the complete
destruction of western civilization in their efforts to force their evil
upon us all. The fundie ragheads are just another of their tools in this
Not the end of the world
Nope, it's probably not
And what about our stellar Republican leadership in Congress? Are they up in
arms about this? Are they determined to bring articles of impeachment
against Obama in the House and then conduct a trial in the Senate on the
merits of the charges against him and a plethora of shady administration
officials who have also lied, such as Hillary Clinton, Eric Holder, Janet
Napolitano, and Kathleen Sibelius?
Well, no, they are not, at least not most of them. Instead they, like their Democrat counterparts, are pitching hissy fits over Edward Snowden, the snarling demon from hell who wickedly ratted out the lying government jackbooted thugs who engaged in illegal activity by monitoring the movements of over 100 million American citizens without any legal authority to do so.
- No. It will take an extensive and thorough "Liberal"(commie) season to fix
this mess if it can be fixed, with treason trials to follow.
Chaney’s bikini photo was allegedly shown by the Fayette County School's
technology administrator as an example of what not to post on social media
as the caption below her photo in the assembly allegedly stated “Once it’s
there – it’s there to stay.”
The concerns of Ms. Chaney and her parents include the facts that Ms. Chaney was only 17 years old at the time the photo was taken, and the school did not have the young lady’s or her parents’ permission to use the photo publicly. It appears as though the school official who used the photo failed to even attempt to obtain permission to use the photo.
- Once on the net, always on the net. Facebook claims rights to what you post there.
Our society pretends they're asexual creatures until they turn 18 then it's
OK for them to turn into insta-sluts. One extreme vs. another. The human
race is insane and we still exist in a very dark age.
Much of the debate between Foster and Assistant District Attorney
Christopher Ryan seems for now to revolve around whether or not the police
could have seen the vest that supposedly prompted the initial stop. That
debate seems to miss a larger point: why is strictly defensive behavior
considered justification to subject the "perpetrator" to the indignity of an
intrusive search--why is it "probable cause" for violation of the people's
right to be secure in their persons?
While federal law bans possession of body armor by felons (a topic worthy of its own discussion), and New York law bans the wearing of body armor while armed and committing a violent felony (an attempt in New York a couple years back to simply ban body armor sales to private citizens failed to pass), neither federal nor state law (and nothing this column could find in New York City law) seems to provide any justification for the presumption of "probable cause" to suspect a crime based on merely the wearing of body armor.
- Not the first time the "Black Panthers" have
ran afoul of 'gun laws.' In a police state such as New Yawk City 'probable cause' is whatever they
claim it was.
Hastings also talked about government attempts to control the internet. “On
the one hand, we’re already bombarded with so much government propaganda, it
might be hard to notice,” he wrote. “But I think we’d definitely see a more
direct targeting of certain communities within the U.S. with propaganda that
was produced overseas. I think what we’d also see is all sorts of disturbing
online and internet initiatives produced by the government. The Pentagon is
already trying to do this.”
Prior to his death, Hastings was working on a story about Jill Kelly, the military socialite who received email messages from Paula Broadwell, the biographer who had an affair with former general and CIA director David Petraeus. Kelly believes the FBI leaked her name to the media to discredit her.
Money and media decides
As they take us into hell on Earth millions are prepared to kill millions
more over whose sadistic god will get to burn the vast majority of humans
who ever existed alive in fire forever.
A key vote in the Senate will be occurring late on Monday or early
Tuesday. Please call your Senators at 202-224-3121 to register your opinion,
and if you live in a state with two anti-gun Senators, then use the contact
list below to call Senators who are on the fence. Urge your pro-gun friends
and family to do the same.
Mueller made the revelation before the Senate Judiciary Committee after
being questioned by the panel’s ranking member, Sen. Chuck Grassley
(R-Iowa). The news comes amid a debate over National Security Agency
programs used to collect U.S. phone records and overseas Internet data.
Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.), the chairwoman of the Senate Intelligence Committee, told Mueller that she believes drones are the most dangerous threat to the privacy of Americans, particularly the use of drones by private companies.
The cover is off
In a free country there's no such thing as a group whose motives cannot be
Imagine the scenario: A federal agent attempts to arrest someone for
illegally selling a machine gun. Instead, the federal agent is arrested —
charged in a state court with the crime of enforcing federal gun laws.
Farfetched? Not as much as you might think. The scenario would become conceivable if legislation passed by Missouri's Republican-led Legislature is signed into law by Democratic Gov. Jay Nixon. The Missouri legislation is perhaps the most extreme example of a states' rights movement that has been spreading across the nation. States are increasingly adopting laws that purport to nullify federal laws — setting up intentional legal conflicts, directing local police not to enforce federal laws and, in rare cases, even threatening criminal charges for federal agents who dare to do their jobs.
- If we had men in this country that's exactly what would happen,
Under existing United States Code, “It shall be unlawful for any person …
who, being an alien … is illegally or unlawfully in the United States … to …
possess … any firearm or ammunition which has been shipped or transported in
interstate or foreign commerce.”
That appears to mean, unless that law is changed, untold millions who have willfully violated federal immigration laws -- for years -- could become eligible to own and carry guns, because there is nothing in U.S. Code prohibiting "provisional immigrants."
- Guess this means we won't get sent to a Mexican prison if we cross over
with a stray bullet under out car seat? Guess again.
Who would expect?
Those who pay attention would. We should already have a militia force in
every state to deal with this evil. Those behind it should be hunted, tried
for treason and executed. Where are the men in this country?
In just over eight hours, six men across Staten Island and Brooklyn were
hospitalized as victims of various incidents of raucous gunfire that erupted
It started at 5:20 p.m. in Grymes Hill, Staten Island, where a man, 40, was shot in the left armpit at Clove Avenue and Howard Avenue, cops said. The victim was transported by private vehicle to Richmond University Medical Center, while police said the suspect fled the scene. Police described the suspect as heavyset and wearing a green shirt and dark jeans, and said the investigation was ongoing.
- Their Sullivan Law
seems to be doing much good.
Attorney Larry Klayman has filed the first lawsuits in the NSA spying case
and they are receiving a lot of attention.
In this exclusive interview, Klayman tells WND how the lawsuits could affect every American.
Klayman is a WND columnist, the founder of both Judicial Watch and Freedom Watch, a prosecutor in the Reagan administration Justice Department and a member of the trial team that broke up the AT&T monopoly.
Process of extradition
Of course Snowden has skipped Hong Kong for parts yet unknown...
The website for Mayors Against Illegal Guns, the anti-gun, pro-background
check coalition of more than 950 mayors spearheaded by New York City Mayor
Michael Bloomberg and Boston Mayor Thomas Menino, is hosted on New York City
government servers, according to blogger John Ekdahl and confirmed by
BuzzFeed. The revelation puts the city and the group in an ambiguous legal
and ethical conundrum.
Blythe said she feels the school’s reasoning is absurd, telling WXIA: “I
think it’s absolutely ridiculous. It shouldn’t be held against Maddy that
the boys can’t control their urges and their thoughts. They need to learn
how to handle what’s going on with them just like she needs to learn how to
handle what’s going on with her growing up, and I think it could be a good
learning experience for both the boys and any girls that decide to play at
When asked about the possibility of lusting in non-sports activity, such as walking down the school halls, Blythe says the school had no explanation.
- What idiot came up with the idea that boys have to be 'taught' to have
'impure thoughts,' whatever exactly those are? I guess if one was in Saudi
Arabia it might be about what her nose really looks like.
The human race is insane, and we still exist in a very dark age.
The world won't end if she plays, and it won't end if she doesn't. When the NFL starts allowing women players it might begin to mean something. We have bigger fish to fry.
Drugs are everywhere...
...and they're illegal because the right groups are making money from them.
One example of severe stupid: in 2011, the US gave wealthy Mexico $411
million in foreign aid. Meanwhile, Mexico currently ranks #14 for GDP among
nations — it’s rich! Forbes’ March 2013 list of billionaires counted 11 from
Even with economic improvements however, Mexican pols are addicted to the cushion of easy-money remittances from their expats ($24 billion in 2012).
I’ve been writing since 2003 that Mexico is a very wealthy country and didn’t need transnational welfare from Uncle Sucker. The country has had a big population living in poverty but also has the financial resources to improve the well being of its citizens by investing in education and infrastructure.
The Department of Homeland Security on Monday issued new regulations that
will allow more Syrian refugees to temporarily settle in the United States.
The department estimates that about 9,000 people will be eligible to come to America under the 18-month extension to March 2015 of the Temporary Protected Status (TPS) for Syrians. Another 2,600 or so Syrians already here will be able to apply to renew their status. The Obama administration first gave TPS designation to Syrian citizens and residents last year, and the status was set to expire on Sept. 30.
Despite his personal feelings toward the president, with whom he was closely
associated during Obama’s years in Chicago, Ayers stated that on the whole,
“I’d give him a failing grade” for his presidency. “But then,” he continued,
“you’d have to compare that to the grades I gave all the other presidents in
my lifetime,” all of which were F’s with “some F-minuses in there.”
Ayers, a self-described “small ‘c’ communist,” apparently believes that Obama is a failure as chief executive because he hasn’t been radical enough — not that Ayers is surprised by this.
- Small 'c' communist? Does that mean they shoot us into ditches with
According to a statement posted on the company’s website Friday, June 14,
government agencies — including federal, state, and local authorities —
requested user data on between 18,000 and 19,000 account holders.
The remarkable disclosure of government requests for users’ private information follows successful negotiations between Facebook and other tech giants and the federal government.
- They are waging war, against us. The government has become the enemy.
The commies in the government schools can't take the chance that the kids
might learn that it's their right, duty and responsibility to fight back
Gun Owners Foundation has come to the defense of a West Virginia teenager
who is actually being prosecuted (a.k.a., persecuted) for his pro-gun views.
Jared Marcum wore a T-shirt to his Logan County middle school in West Virginia on April 18 -- a decision that has since sparked a national controversy.
No, Jared’s T-shirt did not depict a Muslim beheading a victim while shouting Alahu Akhbar! Such depictions of violence would violate the school’s dress code.
Jared’s T-shirt depicted a hunting rifle with the message: “Protect Your Right.” And now, he faces up to a year in jail for doing so!
- All the more reason to get the commies out of the government
indoctrination centers. Oh, wait, that's why they were built, to make more
efficient and more obedient slaves.
While pro-gun House members held an anti-amnesty press conference, your
calls and e-mails to “swing” senators lowered the chances that key members
of the Senate GOP might go for a do-nothing sell-out “compromise.”
As Senator Ted Cruz told Rush Limbaugh yesterday, “[There] is nothing more powerful than the conservative grassroots when we are engaged and letting our voice be heard.”
All the while, House Speaker John Boehner told reporters, to their horror, that he wouldn’t bring an anti-gun amnesty bill to the floor over the objections of a majority of House Republicans. According to anti-gun reporter Anne Kornblut of The Washington Post: “That’s a real tough one.”
- Click on the link, fill out the form. See my addendum below.
In a free country there's no such thing as a group whose motives cannot be
Earlier, he expressed his fervent hope that fellow rabid forcible citizen
disarmament advocate NYC Mayor Mike Bloomberg would come to his rescue with
a nice fat infusion of Bloomberg Bucks. From the Denver Post:
The NRA already is active in the recall effort [according to another Denver Post article, the NRA's contribution has so far come to $985], and Morse said he believes he could receive help from New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg's group, Mayors Against Illegal Guns, if there is an election.
- If the NRA was doing it's real job this creature would have already been
arrested, tried for treason and executed.
While the solstice is commonly called the longest day of the year, it is not
the date of earliest sunrise or latest sunset. The earliest sunrise occurs
about a week before the solstice and the latest sunset about a week after.
This results from a combination of Earth’s changing speed as it orbits the
Sun and the tilt of its axis.
As Earth orbits the Sun each year, the Summer Solstice marks the position of Earth where the Northern Hemisphere is leaning most in the direction of the Sun, and the Southern Hemisphere is leaning most away from the Sun. For inhabitants of the Southern Hemisphere this is the beginning of winter.
- The days will soon be getting shorter but the northern hemisphere is still
Federal Bureau of Exoneration
It has top speed of 2,400 km/h, a 3,600 kilometer range, an 18
kilometer ceiling, and an advanced radar system to detect large targets from
as far as 400 kilometers.
Probably the only major feature that the Su-35 lacks - and which prevents it from being labeled fifth-generation - is limited stealth capability, as only some parts of its airframe are made of composite material. Nonetheless, it can detect stealth aircraft such as the US’s F-35 at a distance of over 90 kilometers.
- Does that red star
have some meaning I'm not familiar with?
A political theme being advanced by “progressives,” that pro-gun support is
going to cost politicians their seats, got a harsh reality check Tuesday
when Republican Samuel Belsito captured the Connecticut State Legislature’s
53rd House District. The special election, held to replace Democrat
representative Bryan Hurlburt, who resigned to take a job with the U.S.
Department of Agriculture, marks the first time a Republican has won the
district in 40 years, The Journal Inquirer reported.
For those gauging the impact of the gun issue, Belsito “said he would have voted against the recent gun control legislation.” Importantly, his opponent, Democrat Anthony Horn, felt the same way.
- Not that you can trust what any of them say
during a campaign.
No such thing as doomsday
Some opponents of the immigration reform measures, meanwhile, are even
arguing that the future of America’s constitutional Republic could be at
stake if the controversial legislation gets through. More than a few
Republicans have also argued that if the bill becomes law, aside from
rewarding illegal activities, Democrats may be creating enough new voters to
completely seize control of the federal government. Homeland Security boss
Janet “Big Sis” Napolitano even predicted that immigrants would turn the
Republican stronghold of Arizona into a Democrat-dominated state.
In a strongly worded letter to Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) this week, the Law Enforcement Officers Advocates Council (LEOAC) joined the growing chorus of opposition voices, laying out multiple arguments against what the group blasted as “the U.S. Immigration Capitulation Act of 2013” and “Shamnesty.” According to LEOAC, which is asking for its criticism to be entered into the congressional record, border security is already an abject failure after being sabotaged by top officials from the Bush and Obama administrations — and the amnesty legislation would make the problems worse.
- This won't be fixed until enough develop the resolve to do what will be
In 1986, Ronald Reagan signed the Simpson-Mazzoli amnesty bill. The supposed
trade-off was that illegal aliens would be granted amnesty, but illegal
immigration would be stopped.
Illegal aliens were, in fact, granted amnesty. But, fueled by this first round of amnesty, 11.5-20 million more illegals flooded into the country. The border was never secured.
Now, Chuck Schumer is telling Marco Rubio, that this new bill will grant amnesty, but, in return, secure the border. But when Grassley and Cornyn offer amendments to require border security before amnesty, what does Schumer say? In effect, "border security is unachievable, so Schumer's supposed wonderful amnesty program would never happen under that condition."
- Here's my addendum to GOA's message: The commies want the illegals here so they can get them to vote commie. Fences work both ways. The border patrol needs to patrol the voting booths during election time and check for illegals and dead sheeple. We need to require proof of citizenship, literacy in English and a basic test of history and the form of government we're supposed to have here before anyone is allowed to vote.
And why hasn't chuckie schemer et al. been arrested, tried for treason and
Tracking the sun
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:
It always amazes me when I hear people(not sheeple)
talking about leaving the country to escape what's coming. There will be no
where to hide from the NWO. We must fight it head on or be prepared to kiss
what ever it sticks in our faces.
Commie/NWO site of the week: Defend the Right to Protest
Commie of the week: Daniel Patrick Moynihan
Patriot site of the week: Womens International Media Group
Word(or phrase) for the times: panopticon
Quote for the times:
"There is a well-reasoned argument that in international law, a declaration
of war is passé, a policy relic of a not-so-distant past. That is because
the U.N. Charter, ratified by the United States and thus the law of our
land, requires that U.N. members "refrain in their international relations
from the threat or use of force" unless directed by the United Nations. That
provision prohibits force against "any state." Other charter provisions
require that members "settle their international disputes by peaceful
means." Those provisions, taken together, indicate little room today for a
state's unilateral declaration of war." -
Gary D. Solis in
his article 'Are We Really at War?' published in Naval Institute
Proceedings, Dec. 2001 and republished in a military science textbook
'American Military History' by James M. Morris.
"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.